Chronic Kidney Disease

Chronic kidney disease, also known as chronic kidney failure, is characterised by a progressive loss of kidney function. Wastes and excess fluids in your blood are filtered by your kidneys and excreted in your urine. Advanced chronic kidney disease can result in dangerously high levels of fluid, electrolytes, and wastes in your body.

Symptoms Of Chronic Kidney Disease

If kidney damage progresses slowly, signs and symptoms of chronic kidney disease develop over time. Chronic Kidney disease can result in a build-up of fluid or waste, as well as electrolyte imbalances. Depending on the severity, kidney function loss can result in:

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