Here are the 7 most common symptoms of kidney disease that every woman should pay attention to
How does the body cleanse itself of all the waste and toxins that we constantly put into it? Our body has several ways to get rid of harmful factors and waste products, and the kidneys are one of the most powerful parts of the body’s “cleansing system”. These bean-shaped organs are located in the lower back on either side of the spine. The main function of the kidneys is to control the fluid content in the body and the level of electrolytes. Come to think of it, these two organs alone are capable of filtering about 200 liters of blood per day and producing about 2 liters of urine!
All kinds of substances, medicines, foods, and supplements pass through the kidneys every day. So it is not uncommon for the kidneys to lose function and lead to the accumulation of waste products, toxic elements and extra fluids in the body.
Many factors can be responsible for kidney failure, such as diabetes, uncontrolled high blood pressure, kidney stones, glomerulonephritis, pyelonephritis, etc. Furthermore, there are drugs like ibuprofen, acetaminophen, and naproxen that can lead to kidney disease, if taken regularly for a long time.
The biggest problem here is that CKD can progress gradually without causing symptoms because the kidneys can still compensate for the dysfunction.
But don’t worry, there are warning signs of kidney problems. So if you notice any of these symptoms on your own, see your doctor: