Advertisement
Advertisement

. Common Symptoms

Kidneys that functioned well for years can fail suddenly; the best line of defense is to become familiar with the symptoms of kidney failure and seeing a doctor when problems arise. Your kidneys perform important functions for your body including cleaning waste out of the blood and regulating blood pressure. When your kidney's start to fail, treatment is essential to prevent further damage to many of the major organs.

Scroll Down

to Check your Symptoms

logo

Symptom Checker

Compare your symptoms to our database and identify potential factors and possible treatments.

This tool does not provide medical advice and does not replace professional medical consultation. The information provided is a list of possible causes but is not an actual diagnosis. All users should seek advice from a qualified healthcare professional for a diagnosis and answers to their medical questions. By using the Symptom Checker, you agree to the Facty.com Terms of Website Use and its Privacy Policy.
Age
Advertisement

Symptoms of kidney failure appear when the kidney is no longer able to filter waste and the waste starts to leak into the rest of your body. Kidneys can fail for a variety of reasons. There are several treatments for kidney failure, but even the most aggressive treatments are sometimes unable to restore full kidney functionality. In these cases, patients must undergo regular treatments for the rest of their life. Other forms of kidney failure are completely curable. Kidney functionality decreases as the human body ages, so active prevention of kidney failure can keep these vital organs in good shape as you age. Maintaining healthy blood pressure and following a healthy diet can keep kidney failure at bay.

  • Appetite Loss
  • Red Eyes
  • Fatigue
  • Chronic Itching
  • Sleep Problems
  • Advertisement

    More on Facty Health

    Disclaimer

    This site offers information designed for educational purposes only. You should not rely on any information on this site as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, treatment, or as a substitute for, professional counseling care, advice, diagnosis, or treatment. If you have any concerns or questions about your health, you should always consult with a physician or other healthcare professional.