Symptoms, Causes, and Types of Kidney Failure

Kidney failure

Kidneys filter your blood and remove toxins from your body. they send toxins to your bladder, which your body later removes toxins during urination.

Kidney failure happens when your kidneys lose the ability to sufficiently filter waste from your blood. So there are many factors that can interfere and plays the main role with your kidney health and function, such as:

  • Toxic exposure to environmental pollutants or certain medications.
  • Severe dehydration.
  • kidney trauma.
  • Overloaded toxins in the body if the kidneys can’t do their regular job.
  • Certain chronic diseases.

Symptoms of Kidney Failure

Usually, symptoms of kidneys failure can appear. Sometimes no symptoms are present, but there are some possible symptoms include:

  • Urination deficiency.
  • Swelling of the body particularly in the legs, ankles, and feet from retention of fluids caused by the failure of the kidneys to eliminate water waste.
  • Shortness of breath.
  • Excessive drowsiness, fatigue, or confusion.
  • Persistent nausea.
  • Feel pain or pressure in your chest.
  • Seizures or coma.

Early signs of kidney failure

Symptoms of early-stage kidneys failure may be difficult to pinpoint or appear. So they’re often hidden and hard to identify. If you experience early signs of kidney disease, you may notice these potentials symptoms:

  • Decreased urine.
  • Fluid retention that leads to swelling in the body.
  • Shortness of breath and feeling tired.

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