The symptoms of kidney disease can vary depending on the stage and type of kidney disease, but some common symptoms are:
Changes in urination, such as increased or decreased frequency, urine that is dark or foamy, or difficulty urinating.
Swelling in the hands, feet, ankles, or face due to fluid buildup.
Fatigue, weakness, or lack of energy.
High blood pressure.
Loss of appetite and weight loss.
Nausea and vomiting.
Itching or numbness due to nerve damage.
Muscle cramps or twitching.
Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing.
It’s important to note that some people with kidney disease may not experience any symptoms in the early stages. That’s why it’s important to get regular checkups and blood tests to monitor kidney function, especially if you have risk factors such as diabetes, high blood pressure, or a family history of kidney disease.