10 Warning Signs You Might Have Kidney Disease
Twenty-six million Americans-more than the entire population of New York state-suffer from chronic kidney disease.
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#1 Aug 7, 2008
#2 Apr 28, 2013
Kidney disease is not a condition to be undermined. It may lead to complete renal failure which, without proper treatment, may greatly affect a patient's survival, or even lead to death. Most patients rely on dialysis while waiting for a donor kidney which could take months, or even more. However, while dialysis has been most beneficial, I found out from http://www.dialysisinjuryhelpline.com/ that some drug solutions used in dialysis treatment also carry their own risk of side effects.
Since: Apr 13
#3 May 29, 2013
10 Symptoms of Kidney Disease
Changes in urination
Swelling of face, hands, and/or feet
Feeling more tired than usual
Headache, feeling dizzy
Having trouble thinking clearly
Severe itching not related to a bite or rash
Shortness of breath, or feeling that you can't catch your breath
Loss of appetite, or change in the way foods taste
High blood pressure
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