10% of the world population have Chronic Kidney disease, mostly silent, without any symptoms.
The often symptoms of Kidney disease are general and vague, therefor the disease is not diagnosed at in the early stage.
Common Symptoms of Kidney diseases include
- Swelling of face, feet or abdomen,
- Loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting and hiccups,
- High blood pressure- Hypertension,
- Anemic and weakness- generalized weakness, early fatigue, poor concentration in work and pallor,
- Nonspecific complaints like- law back pain, itching, body ache, Leg cramps, and
- Urinary complaints: Common urinary complaints are:
- Reduction in volume of urine,
- Burning sensation in urine,
- Frequent urination,
- Difficulty and straining in voiding urine, and
- Passing blood or pus in the urine.