When your kidneys can not perform their function, your health is in serious danger. This is why you should identify any potential threats and potential damage.
We give you the most common indicators of kidney damage:
When the kidneys start to not do their “job”, they can lower release excess fluid, but it will make your face, joints and limbs puffy and swollen.
- Changes in urination
These are usually the earliest symptoms that something is wrong with your kidneys:
- Problems with urination
- Pressure in the process
- Dark urine, less frequent urination in small amounts
- Pale color of urine, often in large quantities
- Frequent urination at night
- Skin Rashes
The accumulation of waste in our body can be associated with kidney failure – there is rash and itching. The skin looks unhealthy, dry and irritated.
If the kidneys are healthy they produce EPO (erythropoietin), a hormone that makes more red blood cells that deliver oxygen. If the number of red blood cells drops, you will experience fatigue. This is a sign of severe anemia.