Ten Main Symptoms of Chronic Kidney Disease

What are the main symptoms of Chronic Kidney Disease? In this passage, we will introduce for you in detail.

1. abnormal urine. Patients are most of time can not urinate.

2. oliguria or anuria. Generally, oliguria means the urine per 24 hours is less than 500ml, and anuria means the urine per 24 hours is less than 100ml. Patients with anuria usually feel hopeless and think that they can not stop forever. As a matter of fact, 100 ml urine can also give doctors hope for as long as there is urine, it proves that there is blood which flows through kidney. Doctors can take measures and remedy can be delivered into kidney, which can extend the blood vessels.

3. diuresis. Diuresis is rarely seen in clinic compared with oliguria and anuria for patients with chronic kidney disease.

4. enuresis nocturna. We can not judge only by the times of patients urinate but the total amount of urine during the night. Generally, the proportion of urine in the day and at night should be 3: 1 or 4:1.

5. renal swelling. Swelling is a common symptom which makes patients go to see a doctor.

6. renal high blood pressure. Renal high blood pressure is a symptom which appears when kidney function deteriorates. In addition, we should also distinguish from primary high blood pressure.

7. protein in urine. Generally, when protein appears in urine, the surface of the urine will have foam, which does not disappear.

8. hematuria. Hematiria can be divided into gross hematuria and microscopic hematuria. Gross hematuria means that the urine looks like water where flesh is washed. Red blood cells are more in gross hematuria. Microscopic hematuria means that with the help of microscope, there are at least 3 red blood cells per high power field.

9. swollen kidney. Swollen kidney is mostly seen in PKD.

10. backpain.