Tuesday, March 28, 2017

If You Notice Any of These Symptoms, Check Your Kidneys Immediately - NEVER IGNORE THIS!

Our kidneys are one of the most important organs in our body – they are located below the ribs and their function is to filter 120 – 150 quarts of blood each day.

Healthy kidneys can keep our blood stable. And can also prevent buildup of waste in our body and some extra fluids.

They also keep the levels of electrolyte stable, produce red blood cells, regulate the blood pressure and help our bones stay healthy and strong.

However, our health can be in danger if our kidneys are damaged. In case our body is experiencing kidney damage, we must know how to recognize the signs, so that we can have a strong and healthy body.

Common symptoms that your kidneys are being damage:

  • Upper back pain
It is one of the most common symptoms that you suffer from kidney damage. This kidney pain is usually a one-sided ache in your upper back and is commonly accompanied by fever urinary and changes. Kidney infections or kidney stones can be the case if you have spasms or severe pain.


  • Swelling
Swelling without any obvious reason could be linked to damaged kidneys. In case the kidney function is compromised, you won’t be able to remove the waste buildup, which will lead to swelling in your hands, feet, face, legs and ankles.

  • Skin Rash
Kidney failure mostly appears because of the waste buildup in your body. It can cause rashes and itchy skin. If the kidneys can’t filter our blood and remove the waste build up, our skin will start to look dry, unhealthy and irritated. However, the situation can be eased with the help of creams and lotions, but if the rash or skin problem is caused by kidney problems, they can’t help and you’ll need a proper treatment.

  • Metallic Taste In The Mouth
The waste deposits we have in our blood may also cause the appearance of bad breath or changed taste in the mouth. If your kidneys are damaged, you’re also likely to experience a great change in the taste of some foods, but also poor appetite.

  • Fatigue
Healthy kidneys produce EPO (erythropoietin) – a hormone that produces red blood cells, which we need because they supply the oxygen we need for our body to function properly. If the number of your red blood cells is lowered, you’ll experience brain, fatigue and also muscle damage. Moreover, severe anemia also appears with these signs.

Here are some of the most obvious and early signs of kidney damage:
  • Pale color of urine, frequent and in large amounts.
  • Foamy urine.
  • Trouble urinating.
  • Dark urine, less frequent urinating and with small amounts.
  • A great urge to urinate during the night.
  • Urination changes.
  • Pressure during the process.