The final stage of kidney failure is uremia. People were usually shocked when they were diagnosed as uremia the first time they went to a kidney hospital. They argue with their doctor for their clear urine and asymptomatic body condition. So, what happens and what goes wrong? People know little about uremia symptoms so they are more likely to pay little attention to their health condition and miss the perfect time of treatment. Here are some foreshadow of uremia.
The most obvious foreshadows are symptoms like sour regurgitation, abdominal distention, anemia, fatigue and inappetence. People are inclined to take gastrointestinal examinations, but they’ll find nothing abnormality. Further examinations like serum creatinine and urea nitrogen are needed to have a comprehensive understanding of our health condition.
The next symptom is wax like face. Normally it’s caused by anemia and a sallow face always suggests kidney dysfunction. For the low process of anemia, people are very likely ignoring their health condition. So, pay close attention to your health condition and keep in touch with your doctor.
Edema is another symptom which can be found in its early period. Redundant water that can not be discharged by kidneys will lead to edema. Ankle or eyelid edema will disappear if people have a good rest. Once edema becomes continuous or systemic, it will turn to typical uremia.
Physical fatigue is the earliest foreshadow of uremia, but it always goes to be ignored. There are many reasons that can cause, especially for workaholic. Physical fatigue is very common, thus people won't pay much attention on it. The clinical symptoms of chronic renal failure are changeable and various. Besides, people may have other symptoms. A routine urine test is needed for those who have no symptoms. Only in this way, can they find the disease and treat it timely.
Pay close attention to changes of your uremia for those changes may cause serious results without a timely treatment. Expert’s tips: attach enough attention to symptoms in the early period of uremia. The earlier you find it, the easier you can deal with it. And then you can take some preventive measures.
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