About Chronic Kidney Disease Stage 3 information
Symptoms of Chronic Kidney Disease in stage 3
With stage 3 Chronic Kidney Disease, people usually have glomerular filtration rate ranging from 30 mL/min/1.73 m2 to 59 mL/min/1.73 m2. Glomerular filtration rate reflects the stand or fall of renal function, so on the basis of it, we can have general information about our kidneys. Decreased glomerular filtration rate means impaired kidney function. Therefore, suffers from stage 3 Chronic Kidney Disease have s series of abnormal signs as their kidneys can not help them maintain the basic activities. The possible symptoms appearing among people with Chronic Kidney Disease stage 3 include foamy urine, hematuria (Hematuria and Kidney Disease), swelling, urination change, fatigue, back or flank pain, vomit, nausea, skin itch and lower appetite. Due to the different causes of renal damages, people with stage 3 Chronic Kidney Disease may just have some of these symptoms.
What does stage 3 Chronic Kidney Disease mean?
Our kidneys have great reserve capacity, so people usually have no obvious symptoms in the early stage of Chronic Kidney Disease, which leads to the stealthiness of it and it is very due to this, Chronic Kidney Disease in early stage, say stage 1 and stage 2, is not easy to be found. Therefore, occurrence of a series of symptoms usually indicates that kidneys have been damaged greatly. That is to say, Chronic Kidney Disease in stage 3 actually already is very serious. Therefore, people with stage 3 Chronic Kidney Disease should receive treatment as soon as possible; otherwise, they will face kidney transplant or dialysis.
People with stage 3 Chronic Kidney Disease are usually not very worried as they think their disease is not so serious or dangerous. Actually, if they just leave their disease alone, Chronic Kidney Disease will eventually develop into end stage and be life-threatening. Any questions, please email to me or consult our consultant online.