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What Happens When Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Get Worse

Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), which is associated with an increase risk of cardiovascular disease, refers to the progressive loss of renal function. With effective treatment, CKD can be stopped from developing into end stage, then, if we just leave it alone, what will happen?
Before we talk about the series of consequent action, let’s make clear what the functions of kidneys are.
First of all, kidneys have the ability of excreting the internal metabolin of our body such as creatinine(High Creatinine Levels), urea and organic acid.
Secondly, kidneys can help us regulate the balance of water and electrolyte by regulating the generation of urine.
Thirdly, kidneys are helpful in maintaining the stability of inner environment.
Fourthly, kidneys also have endocrine function such as secreting renin, prostaglandin, and erythropoietin and so on.
With joint action of these functions, our life can go smoothly, however, once Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) occurs, which means our kidneys can not perform their functions well, a series of symptoms will appear there with.
Above all, as kidneys are damaged, the regulation function may not work, so the balance of water and electrolyte will be broken. As a result, symptoms such asfrequent urination, foamy urine, swelling(Swelling and Kidney Disease) and hyperkalemia will appears someday.How Can I Improve Stage 4 Kidney Failure and Treatment Options for Stage 4 Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)
Besides, as kidneys are damaged further, the excretion function will be broken gradually, so elevated level of creatinine and urea nitrogen will appear sooner or later. Some of the metabolins are toxic. With the accumulation of these toxins, symptoms such as vomit and itchy skin will appear eventually.
Moreover, with impaired secretion function, high blood pressure(High Blood Pressure and Kidney Disease) will definitely occurs.

Kidney is composed of different functional cells and other parenchyma. Different renal tissues play different functions in our activities, so damaging any part of them will cause abnormalities. Due to the difference of local lesion and severity of renal damage, people with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) will have different symptoms. They may have some of these symptoms or all of them. However, no matter you just have some of them or all of them, once the similar symptoms appear, you should go to hospital to do examination as quickly as possible. If you have other questions about Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), you can email to me or consult our consultant online.

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