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How Can You Know If Your Kidney Function Are Decreasing

How Can You Know If Your Kidney Function Are DecreasingHere we will introduce some symptoms or cautions which can help you identify if your kidney function decreases. As is known to us, we don’t realize we suffer from some disease until this disease becomes very severe. In the similar way, when people get kidney problems, they won’t feel some obvious symptoms. But when they feel their kidney has something wrong, end stage kidney disease may have been resulted in. Then how to judge kidney problems? Now please see the below:

1. Diabetes or high blood pressure

For patients with diabetes or high blood pressure, they are very likely to suffer from kidney problems. Because high blood pressure and high blood sugar can do harm to kidney, causing kidney disease. Thus, patients with diabetes and high blood pressure should control their disease well, and go for examinations regularly, preventing kidney disease.

2. Family history of kidney disease

Although kidney disease are not hereditary, except PKD, some kidney disease can be inherited by next generation accord to research. So, if your family has kidney disease, you should go to kidney hospitals to have a test.

3. Symptoms of kidney disease

Bubble urine or blood in urine, nausea, vomiting, fatigue, bad appetite, back pain, swelling, anemia, and bone problems are all very common symptoms of kidney disease. If you find you have some of these symptoms for a long time, you should go to hospital immediately.

4. Kinds of examinations for kidney disease

The below examinations can be useful to test kidney disease:

Routine blood test

Routine urine test

CT scan

B ultrasound

The above suggestions are very helpful for you to know if you have kidney problems. If you have any question of want to know if you have kidney problems indeed, contact us freely, telling us your conditions and we will try our best to give you a scientific and definite answer.

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