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What are the Symptoms of Chronic Kidney Failure

What are the Symptoms of Chronic Kidney Failure

Chronic kidney failure is the end stage of various chronic kidney disease and the main clinical symptoms are loss of appetite, metabolic acidosis, acute heart failure, metabolic disorders. Here I will mainly take about what kind of metaboli...Read More

Renal Atrophy Can Be A Spell of Kidney Failure

Renal Atrophy Can Be A Spell of Kidney Failure

Renal atrophy is an abnormal medical condition referring to kidney is relatively smaller than others. It has related with patients age, sex, height and body weight. Renal atrophy can be congenital and also can be caused by kidney failure. T...Read More

Oliguria (Anuria) in Kidney Failure

Oliguria (Anuria) in Kidney Failure

Oliguria, also known as anuria, is a medical term referring to 24h urine output less than 400ml. Our kidneys are filtering organs that discharge toxins and excessive water in the form of urine. Oliguria is a symptom in kidney failure patien...Read More

Will Kidney Failure Cause Nausea

Will Kidney Failure Cause Nausea

Many Kidney Failure patients feel nausea, particularly when they get up in the morning and they wonder if this symptom is related with their kidney problem. As a matter of fact, kidney failure causes nausea and especially when it develops t...Read More

How to Lower High Blood Urea Nitrogen With Kidney Failure

How to Lower High Blood Urea Nitrogen With Kidney Failure

Blood Urea Nitrogen, also can be shorted as BUN, is the end product of protein and always measured to reflect kidney function. Excessive blood urea nitrogen is normally excreted by our kidneys, so almost all the kidney failure patients have...Read More

Muscle Cramps in Chronic Kidney Failure(CRF)

Muscle Cramps in Chronic Kidney Failure(CRF)

What are the causes of muscle cramps in chronic kidney failure? As is explained by expert doctors, the main reason for muscle cramps in chronic kidney failure is hypocalcemia, or low blood calcium. In the following we will introduce the det...Read More

Itchy Skin and Kidney Function

Itchy Skin and Kidney Function

Itchy skin can be a symptom of decreased kidney function, especially in cases of Kidney Failure. It is a bothersome symptom, and to remove it effectively, it is necessary for us to find out why decreased kidney function can cause itchy skin...Read More

Bad Taste in Mouth Can Be a Symptom of Kidney Failure

Bad Taste in Mouth Can Be a Symptom of Kidney Failure

You may suffer from bad tastes in the mouth if you are living with kidney failure. Many patients describe the taste as drinking iron. It is a bothersome symptom as it always makes foods taste bad. Although bad taste in mouth is a spell of k...Read More

How to Alleviate Muscle Twitching in Kidney Failure

How to Alleviate Muscle Twitching in Kidney Failure

Kidney Failure causes muscle twitching directly. Muscle twitching can be painful and sometimes disableing. So alleviating muscle twitching caused by Kidney Failure is very beneficial for patients. Muscle twitching also can be called cramp a...Read More

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