7 signs of kidney failure

7 signs of kidney failure
7 signs of kidney failure



The loss of basic functions of the kidneys has been associated with the appearance of some signs in the urine that indicate this, as the kidneys work to purify the blood and expel toxins, and send those toxins to the bladder to be disposed of during the urination process.

In the following context, "MARKETHEALTHFITNESS" explains the most prominent signs that appear in urine and indicate kidney failure, according to what was stated in the "Healthline" website.


Signs in the urine that indicate kidney failure

Although kidney failure may not have any symptoms, especially in its early stages, with the worsening of the disease and its severity, some signs may indicate it, including a high level of creatinine or urea in the blood.

The function of the kidneys is also closely related to the production of urine, and with the gradual loss of its functions as a result of the severity of the disease, some signs of it may appear, which are related to urine, including the following:


1- Pain or burning during urination.


2- A decrease in the amount of urine production.


3- Turbid, foamy or discolored urine.


***Other signs of kidney failure


1- swelling

The kidneys remove excess fluid from the blood, and when this does not happen, the fluid builds up in the body, causing swelling in the ankles, legs, feet, hands, face, and around the eyes. Swelling can also occur in the lungs, but in this case it causes shortness of breath.


2- Back pain

You can feel kidney pain, through back or side pain, usually in the middle of the back or just below the rib cage.


3- Skin rash or itching

The buildup of waste products in the blood can cause the skin to react, resulting in a rash or severe itching.


4- Fatigue and extreme fatigue

The secondary function of the kidneys is to help form red blood cells that carry oxygen throughout the body.


5- Loss of appetite

Loss of appetite is common in people with advanced kidney disease, and this can lead to nutritional deficiencies and weight loss, so people with kidney disease should speak with their medical professional to follow a proper diet.


6- Nausea or vomiting

Vomiting can occur when metabolic wastes build up in the blood, and patients may feel nauseous even at the thought of eating.


7- Muscle cramps

Painful muscle cramps, especially leg cramps, can occur with kidney disease.


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