Kidney Damage Symptoms That You Should Watch Out

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Kidney damage is not new here in Singapore. Many people suffer from this and what is disturbing is that it could be less serious if the patient noticed the symptoms at the onset. It is important that you identify the signs at the onset so you can effectively describe it to the doctor. Remember that early detection can be the difference between life and death.

Do not underestimate kidneys. Kidneys are in fact one of the most important organs in the body. Doctors appreciate people who come early. If the signs are detected early, there is a big possibility of a successful treatment. You have to know that warning signs start to appear long before the development of the disease. This is the reason why detection for a successful treatment is imperative.

Do not let the kidneys get damaged because it can threaten your life at the end of the day. You have to keep your body healthy and strong. Here are the symptoms that you should watch out:

  • Low back pain: Low back pain signifies kidney damage. If you experience low back pain and is usually accompanied by aching urination, you should go to the doctor immediately. That is not normal. Do not risk it by simply ignoring it. Many people simply ignore it because the pain slowly eases after waking up in the middle of the night.

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  • Skin diseases: Some people see skin disease and immediately consult their dermatologist. That is good but the wisest thing to do is meet with your physician. If you are suffering from beyond-normal itching and dryness of the skin, you have to consult your doctor right away. Kidneys are capable of eliminating toxins. If the toxins are accumulated in the blood, it will make your skin dry and irritated.

 

  • Body swelling: No matter how hard you convince yourself that your swelling is normal, the body knows if there is something wrong with it. If kidneys do not remove the excess fluid in your body, it will lead to swelling of hands, feet, face, legs and ankles. This is surely a sign that wastes inside the body are starting to accumulate.

 

  • Color of the urine: Watch out for your urine too. When the kidney is damaged, the color of your urine will change. If the color is beyond normal, you should be concerned. It does not end there, if you notice that your urine become concentrated and foamy, it is time that you seek the help of doctors immediately. Do not delay it.

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