The Early Symptoms, Prevention and Treatment of Chronic Kidney Disease
Most Chronic Kidney Disease Patients may have no or less symptoms in the early stage. As the disease develops, patients with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) may have other different symptoms to some extent. In the early stage the symptoms include feeling weak and tired, edema on eyelid, face and lower extremities, great mass of foam in urine, abnormal urinary color, micturition pain, dysuresia and frequent micturition at night etc. when patients with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) have Nephrotic Insufficiency, they have the following symptoms obviously:
Feeling weak and tired, bad appetite, nausea and vomit, more nocturnal urination, hyposarca, increasing blood pressure, urine smell in breath, ostalgia, pruritus, muscle crick, numb hands and feet, somnolence and lags in response etc.
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Chronic Kidney Disease will develop into uremia if it is not treated earlier, which will do harm to patients’ health and labor ability, bringing great agony and threat to patients’life and imposing economic burden on patients’family and the society. About 20%-30% Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) patients were found in the irreversible stage when they went to see a doctor.