Many people may be in the early stages of kidney disease and not have any indication something is wrong with their kidneys. There are certain symptoms, however, that could be a sign you have kidney failure, whether it is acute renal failure or hereditary such as polycystic kidney disease. When kidney failure is detected in the early stages, there are steps you can take to help slow the progression of kidney disease and improve your quality of life. Below are lists of kidney failure symptoms that are grouped in categories based on a typical cause. If you have any of these renal failure symptoms, you should make an appointment with your doctor as soon as possible and ask that your kidneys be checked.
Kidney failure symptoms from buildup of wastes in the body that includes a metallic taste in the mouth or ammonia breath, protein aversion , nausea and vomiting, difficulty concentrating, loss of appetite and also they will suffer by Itchiness. In case of Kidney failure symptoms from buildup of fluid in the body swelling in the face, feet or hand and Shortness of breathe. Kidney failure symptoms from damage to the kidneys are making more or less urine than usual, Blood in the urine and the urine that is foamy or bubbly. If you are suffering from anemia, you will face the symptoms of Fatigue, shortness of breath, Weakness, mental confusion, feeling cold all the time, and desire to chew ice, clay or laundry starch.
Often, early kidney problems don’t have many symptoms but if you are experiencing any of the ones mentioned above, you will want to your doctor to determine if your signs are caused by kidney failure. Whether you discover that your kidneys are okay or if you learn you have kidney problems, knowing about it sooner may ease your mind and allow you to take steps to slow the progress of kidney disease, including delay or prevent dialysis or a kidney transplant.