In clinical practice, each kidney disease patient will experience corresponding typical symptoms at different stages of onset. Therefore, it is important to pay active attention to the staging and manifestations of kidney failure patients, in order to accurately identify these symptoms. Prepare for targeted treatment of renal failure and prevent patients from being threatened with their lives and health.
1、 Early stage of renal failure
In clinical practice, the physical abnormalities of renal failure patients who are usually in this stage can only be detected through routine examinations, so it is difficult for patients to self diagnose the disease during this period.
2、 Mild to moderate renal failure
Patients at this stage of onset may have some obvious discomfort, and may need to urinate multiple times at night, affecting their sleep. In clinical practice, this is the symptom of frequent urination and increased nocturia in patients with renal failure. Meanwhile, patients with chronic kidney failure are often accompanied by symptoms of hypertension and edema, as their kidneys cannot excrete excessive salt and water.
3、 End stage renal failure
During this period, patients with kidney disease will face life-threatening conditions, so it is necessary to control the condition well and avoid developing to this stage. Patients with kidney failure will have a continuous increase in toxic substances in their blood, causing symptoms such as physical weakness, fatigue, and delayed reactions. As toxic substances gradually increase, patients may experience muscle and neurological symptoms, including muscle twitching, muscle weakness, and spasms. At this point, patients with renal failure will experience needle like pain at the ends of their limbs and may even lose any sensation in certain parts of the body.
Through the above content, we should all have a general understanding of the different stages of renal failure. At the same time, renal failure patients should also pay attention to identifying their own symptoms, timely controlling the development of the disease, and avoiding serious health damage.