Chronic kidney disease(CKD) mainly does worse kidney slowly, and symptoms of CKD can not appear until the patient kidneys are badly damaged. In the late stages of Chronic Kidney Disease, your kidney might be a failure (ESRD).
The patient can notice symptoms that are caused by waste and extra fluid building up in your body.
What are the symptoms of kidney failure?
There are less or no symptoms in mild to moderate kidney failure. Thus, early or even late kidney failure is usually detected on a preventive health check-up.
Swelling over body sometimes it is first noticed over feet (around ankles) or over face (around eyes). Nausea, vomiting, hiccoughs. Breathlessness on exertion or physical activity. Low sugar levels (hypoglycaemia) in the case of diabetic-related kidney failure. Generalized weakness, easy fatigability.
How to delay chronic kidney disease progression?
Dr. Kailash N Singh is Senior Consultant & Incharge, Nephrology & Multi-organ Transplant Unit,
Co-ordinator Dialysis Services, Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, New Delhi