Since the kidneys play a vital role in the body, one of the first steps in detecting kidney disease is to monitor its functionality by performing routine blood tests. If the kidney functions properly, Knowing the signs of kidney disease can also be helpful to detect the disease as early as possible. Here are 10 warning signs of kidney disease that you should never ignore. We divide the article into several pages so please click on the Next button below the article to read the rest.
1. Blood in the urine:
Another one of the signs of kidney failure that involves blood in the urine is hypernatremia, which means high amounts of calcium in the bloodstream. People who are suffering from hypernatremia may actually show no symptoms, as the high levels of calcium can only be detected through a special test called an anemia blood test. There are also cases where hypernatremia may cause abdominal pains, vomiting, weakness, and cramps. Another common sign of kidney problems is the onset of chronic renal failure, which occurs when the kidney fails to keep up with the required amount of sodium in the bloodstream…
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