CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE, STAGE III

    This is also known as [CKD], it occurs when your estimated glomerular filtration rate falls between 30-59, indicating moderate kidney damage and also noticeable loss of kidney function.

           CAUSES OF CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE.                                                            Most chronic kidney disease in the U.S has one of two causes either type 2 diabetes or blood pressure or both at the same time.

These two causes 70% of all kidney failure in the U.S. They also cause heart disease and stroke. so keeping one’s blood sugar and blood pressure in check can help.

  • fatigue– being tired all the time
  • feeling cold- when others are warm
  • feeling dizzy or weak
  • swelling in hands or feet
  • swollen or puffy face
  • Ammonia breath
  • foamy or bubble urine
  • much pressure when making urine
  • Upset stomach, nausea, vomiting
  • Getting up during the night to make urine [often].

      OTHER HEALTH PROBLEM THAT MAY LEAD TO C.K.D.

  • GLOMERULAR: It attack blood vessels in the nephrons.
  • LUPUS: Attacking of the skin, kidney, brain ,and joint.
  • Tumors or cancer in the kidney.
  • TYPE 1 DIABETES: In this, the immune system destroys cell that make the hormone that controls blood sugar level.
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