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Symptoms of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) in Stage Three

Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) is a progressive disease with five stages, which could be diagnosed by measuring the Glomerular Filtration Rate. Many patients with CKD usually have no obvious symptoms during stage 1 and stage 2, while a lot of symptoms appear in stage 3, also called Moderate Chronic Kidney Disease. Stage 3 is followed by Severe (Stage 4) and End Stage (Stage 5).
A person who is in stage 3 of Chronic Kidney Disease will have a moderate decrease in GFR with 30-59 ml/min. If renal function continues declining, the disease will develop into Uremia with GFR of less than 10ml/min, which is roughly equivalent to the stage 5. Therefore, stage 3 CKD is an important stage for the treatment of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) sufferers. Timely drug therapies and lifestyle modifications can help slow down the progress.
It is significant to learn the symptoms of Stage 3 ckd. If you have some sign of the following symptoms, you must be on alert and go to have an examination as soon as possible.Stem Cell Therapy Treats Kidney Disease and Acupuncture for Kidney Disease in Huaxia Nephropathy Research Institute
Fatigue: Feeling tired all the time is common for people who suffer from Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), and it is often caused by anemia, a complication of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD). If you have anemia, your blood don’t have enough hemoglobin that carry oxygen to all parts of body, thus resulting in oxygen deficit in your body. So your organs and tissues don’t work well and you feel tired.Kidney Failure With Severe Anemia
Too much fluid retention: Kidneys lost their control to the amount of fluid that could stay in the body, so too much fluid is kept in the body. With too much fluid, a person may find swelling in his lower legs, hands or face around the eyes and even feel shortness of breath.
Urination changes: The patients may urinate more or less than normal. Some patients probably urinate frequently at night. Besides, urine can be foamy, dark orange, brown, tea colored or red, if protein or blood contained in it.
Back Pain: Patients with kidney diseases often feel pain in their lower and middle back, where the kidneys are.
Sleep problems: Some of Chronic Kidney Disease sufferers have trouble in falling asleep or staying asleep. They may experience itching, muscle cramps or restless legs, which could interfere with their sleep.

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