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Kidney Failure, Symptoms, Complications

You may experience various symptoms or signs with kidney failure like proteinuria, nausea, vomiting, skin itch, tiredness, anemia and reduced urine volume and so on.

What Happens with Frothy Urine and Right Flank Pain

If you have frothy urine and right flank pain, unfortunately, you maybe have kidney disease. You should go to see doctors to do some tests for sure immediately. Here we mainly intro...

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What Happens If Patients with Diabetes Have Proteinuria

Proteinuria means that there is much protein occurring in urine. This is because kidney is impaired, making protein get out of glomerular filtration membrane. Then, for patients wit...

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My Protein Level is 6.5, What Does That Mean

Protein level in urine is an important indicator in health test. If my protein level is 6.5, what does it mean? Next, we will explain why urine has protein and how to help alleviate...

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What Happen with High Microalbumin and Swelling

Recently, a person who has microalbumin and swelling in feet consulted us and wondered what happened to him. Here we will give a detailed explanation about his conditions and effect...

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Why Does Person with Chronic Kidney Disease Have Gastrointestinal Symptoms Such as Vomiting, Epigastr

Patients with chronic kidney disease can have gastrointestinal symptoms, especially vomiting and epigastric pain. Here we will mostly introduce how these happen on patients with CKD...

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If I Have Foamy Urine, Does It Mean Kidney Disease

Foamy urine is one of common symptoms of kidney disease, and foamy urine means there is much protein in urine, making it seem foamy. How does foamy urine happen in kidney disease? I...

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Do You Have Symptoms of Kidney Failure

In the early stage, if you get kidney failure, you wont have any obvious symptoms. As it develops, many symptoms can occur. Here we introduce some typical symptoms of kidney failure...

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CKD Raises Bleeding Peptic Ulcer Disease Risk

According to research and statistics, patients with CKD have the risk of bleeding peptic ulcer, especially for patients with end stage kidney disease. How does it happen? For patien...

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What Happens to My Body When I Have ESRD

Chronic kidney disease is a very tough disease, if it is not managed well, conditions deteriorate very seriously. End stage kidney disease can be resulted in finally. In ESRD, many ...

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The Relationship Between Potassium and Chronic Kidney Disease

This time we will give a detailed introduction of relationship between potassium and chronic kidney disease. Potassium in body can manipulate nerve and muscle function. In addition,...

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Successful cases of PKD

There is no cure for PKD, but believe in us and we can control it well.

Annoyance of The Young Couple

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