7 Early Signs of Kidney Failure to Watch For SUBSCRIBE: https://youtu.be/nE2uhv-ZCSw : Everyone knows that good kidney health helps us have a great quality of life.
Even though most of us ignore the importance of our kidneys, they are constantly getting rid of the fluids and toxins that make our body sick.
Due to this, kidney failure can cause serious health consequences.
In most cases the disease is not detected and the main symptoms such as blood in your urine, high blood pressure and fatigue, only appear when the renal insufficiency is already advanced.
Some people only realize that they have kidney problems when their kidney function is 25% below normal.
Because of this, it’s important to detect the symptoms as soon as possible, to keep the chronic problems from developing.
Here are 7 symptoms that will start to appear when something is not completely right with your kidneys:
1. You start peeing more often
2. Your urine changes
3. Fluid retention or inflammation
4. Lower back pain
5. Extreme fatigue
7. High blood pressure
Do you have any of these symptoms?
Now that you know about these warning signs, you’ll be able to take better care of your health because the sooner you diagnose the problem, the better your recovery will be.
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