Kidneys  are vital parts of the body that are located right below the rib cage. They cleanse or filter 120-150 quarts of blood every day. They are essential for every function in the body and keep your blood stable. Kidneys eliminate excess fluids and waste material from the body. These organs regulate electrolyte levels and thus keep your bones strong, produce red blood cells and normalize blood pressure.
When your kidneys fail to carry out their function, your health is in serious danger. This is why you should recognize any potential threat and potential damage. We give you the most common indicators of kidney damage-

The most common symptoms they are being damaged:

1. Swelling

Kidney malfunction results in inability to eliminate excess fluids, which causes swelling in face area, joints and limbs. Any unexpected swelling may indicate kidney failure. If you notice an unexpected swelling, it may possibly be reason for kidney failure.

2. Changes in Urination

An early warning sign of kidney failure is change in urination. Here are some changes that can occur:

    * Trouble urinating and unexplained pressure
    * Bloody urine
    * Dark urine color, less frequent urination in small amounts
    * Pale urine color, frequent urination in large amounts
    * Foamy urine
    * Urges to urinate in the middle of the night

3. Skin Rash

When kidneys are in failure, they are not able to remove the waste from blood, which can cause skin rash or severe itching.  Waste material tends to accumulate in the blood, and thus make the skin irritated and dry. Ointments and creams may help on the surface, but putting on the rash isn’t solving  problem if it is related to kidney damage.

4. Fatigue

Healthy kidneys produce EPO or erythropoietin, a hormone that participates in the production of red blood cells that deliver oxygen. Kidneys lead to a decreased number of red blood cells, and cause sort of a fatigue that affects brain and muscles. Eventually, this results in anemia.

5. Shortness of Breath

It may be a sign of kidney damage. The body lacks oxygen, because of the lower number of blood cells that carry oxygen. The number of these blood cells is largely affected by harmful buildups in the lungs.

6. Metallic Taste in the Mouth

This is when waste accumulates in the blood and could be symptom of kidney damage if there is a change in your food preferences or loss of appetite.

7.  Pain

Damaged kidney can cause pain in upper back or on side. Moreover, kidney infections or kidney stones are causing spasms and severe pain.

8. Trouble Concentrating and Dizziness

Anemia is related to kidney damage because then the brain is not getting enough oxygen as it needs which causes this condition to occur. As a result, it comes to trouble with concentration, dizziness and memory loss.

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