Early Symptoms of Kidney Disease

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Early Symptoms of Kidney Disease

1. Frequent urges to urinate.
2. Swelling or puffiness of the face, ankles, legs, feet, & hands.
3. Extreme fatigue or anemia.
4. Skin eruptions or excessive itching.
5. Bad breath.
6. Memory loss & dizziness.
7. Back pain.
8. Nausea.
9. Breathlessness.
10. Feeling cold, even in hot weather.

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Source: CureJoy

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One thought on “Early Symptoms of Kidney Disease

  1. Useful information. I get my creatinine checked regularly because I take lithium, and it’s been hovering slightly above normal for a while now. It would be just my luck to end up with kidney disease.

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