End-stage Renal Disease Symptoms
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Symptoms of End-stage Renal Disease
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As kidney failure progresses, some or all of the following signs and symptoms may develop:
- Loss of appetite
- Weight loss
- Itchy skin
- Trouble concentrating
- Swelling throughout the body
- Low urine output
- Generalized weakness
- Multiple bruises
- Frequent infections
- Numbness and tingling in the extremities
- Decreased libido
- Menstrual irregularities
- Muscle cramps and twitches
- Shortness of breath
- High Blood Pressure
- Weak, brittle bones
- Yellowish-brownish skin tone
- Easy bruising of the skin
- Frequent hiccups
If kidney failure is untreated, the accumulated waste products and fluid can result in:
What It Is
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