What are the Symptoms of Kidney Disease?

You might not notice any problems if you have chronic kidney disease that’s in the early stages. Most people don’t have symptoms at that point. That’s dangerous, because the damage can happen without you realizing it.
If your chronic kidney disease is already more advanced, you may:
• Be vomiting or often feel like you’re going to
• Pee more often than normal, or less often
• See “foam” in your pee
• Have swelling, particularly of the ankles, and puffiness around the eyes
• Feel tired or short of breath all the time
• Not feel like eating
• Not be able to taste much
• Have muscle cramps, especially in your legs
• Have very dry, itchy skin
• Sleep poorly
• Lose weight for no obvious reason
A child with chronic kidney disease may also feel worn out and sleepier than usual, have less appetite than normal, and not be growing as expected.

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