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Renal deficiency is a progressive disease characterized by an increasing kidney function loss. In clinic, Renal Deficiency is divided into four stages. Therefore, stage 3 renal deficiency is progressive. This article is an overview of this

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Is Stage 3 Renal Deficiency Progressive

2014-06-11 06:18

Is Stage 3 Renal Deficiency ProgressiveRenal deficiency is a progressive disease characterized by an increasing kidney function loss. In clinic, Renal Deficiency is divided into four stages. Therefore, stage 3 renal deficiency is progressive. This article is an overview of this kidney disease. I hope you will benefit from these words.

What does renal deficiency mean?

Renal deficiency means that your kidneys have been losing the function of discharging wastes and toxins and keeping electrolyte and acid-base balance

What are the four stages of renal deficiency?

Stage 1: Renal compensatory period. As kidneys have a very strong compensatory ability, even they are damaged, they can still discharge fluids and wastes and keep electrolyte and acid-base balance. There are no symptoms in clinic. The urine and blood test is still abnormal or a little higher.

Stage 2: About 60%-70% glomeruli are damaged, and kidney cannot work normally. The levels of creatinine and blood urea nitrogen become elevated. Patients at this stage may experience anemia, fatigue, weight loss, bad memory and so on. However, those symptoms are always ignored.

Stage 3: This stage is called renal failure. About 75%-90% glomeruli are affected and kidney function is severely damaged. Symptoms at stage 2 become worse and urine output increases. Acidosis is always seen in this stage, and thus stage 3 of renal deficiency is also known as Acidosis Period.

Stage 4: Without timely treatment, it will be easy to progress into stage 4 renal deficiency. And the end stage is reversible as more than 95% glomeruli have been destroyed. Moreover, the damaged even involves other systems and organs. As a result, many terrible complications like vomiting, nausea, swelling, hypertension, heavy anemia and itchy skin are caused.

In a whole, stage 3 renal deficiency is possibly progressive without timely and effective treatment. Anyone who is at this stage should pay high attention on their condition. Making a regular test and receiving proper treatment are both necessary. You can get help from us. Leave a message below, and you will get an answer within 48 hours.

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