Kidney is innate, so we need to be particularly protective. Do you know the signals of kidney disease? Let's take an inventory for you.
1. No energy
When kidney function is poor, many wastes are difficult to discharge from the urine, resulting in feelings of lethargy, fatigue, and fatigue. Some patients may overlook kidney problems due to overwork or other reasons.
2. Don't want to eat
Anorexia, even nausea and vomiting, are also common symptoms of kidney disease. Some patients always think that this is a stomach problem and feel that there is nothing wrong, so they just leave it alone. I didn't know that this might be a sign of kidney disease, which delayed the condition.
3. Foam urine
There are many reasons for foam in the urine. If the protein leaks from the kidney to the urine, there will be a lot of foam in the urine.
The location of the kidneys is on both sides of the lumbar spine, so when the kidneys are sick, they can feel low back pain.
A healthy person urinates approximately 4-6 times a day, with a urine volume of approximately 800-2000 milliliters. If the frequency of urination and the volume of urine are too high or too low, it may be a kidney disease.
If there is sudden edema of the eyelids, lower limbs, and the whole body, it is necessary to consider whether it is kidney disease.
7. Urinary protein and occult blood
Regular physical examination to check whether the urine routine protein and occult blood are negative. If there is a positive result, please seek medical attention in a timely manner!
When we experience anemia, we naturally think of a blood problem. In fact, in addition to excreting waste and other functions, the kidneys can also secrete hematopoietic hormones. When kidney function is damaged, it can also cause anemia.
Diabetes nephropathy is one of the most serious complications of diabetes. Diabetes nephropathy is divided into five stages. The treatment effect is good in the early stage. Once it is late, it is difficult to treat and will develop into uremia. Therefore, patients with diabetes must often see the nephrology department.
High blood pressure can cause hypertension and kidney disease, so people with hypertension should pay more attention. Of course, kidney disease can also lead to high blood pressure. If blood pressure is high, be careful if you have kidney disease.
11. Gout, hyperuricemia
Gout and hyperuricemia are both caused by excessive uric acid in the blood. People with high levels of uric acid in the blood can deposit uric acid in the kidneys, causing damage to renal function.
12. Urinary tract infection
People with frequent urinary tract infections may have renal insufficiency over time. Many people have missed the best treatment opportunity when it is discovered that early treatment is not timely and thorough, and they do not understand that it can lead to kidney disease.