Renal Parenchymal Disease Symptoms

Renal Parenchymal Disease is not a single disease, it refers to kidney damage that formed in renal cortical and medullary areas. As the disorder develops, a number of symptoms will come into being. If you are not clear about this, please re

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What Are the Symptoms of Renal Parenchymal Disease

2014-04-19 02:26

What Are the Symptoms of Renal Parenchymal DiseaseRenal Parenchymal Disease is not a single disease, it refers to kidney damage that formed in renal cortical and medullary areas. As the disorder develops, a number of symptoms will come into being. If you are not clear about this, please read on to find the answer.

Frankly speaking, renal parenchymal disease can be caused by a number of factors. Such as, urinary tract obstruction, polycystic kidney disease, autoimmune disorder, diabetes, chronic pyelonephritis and so on. As the causes varies, symptoms of renal parenchymal disease may different from person to person.

High blood pressure It can be caused by three factors, such as, additional pressure to the walls of blood vessels induced by high blood sugar level; a drop in kidney function; inadequate filtering and excess fluid in the body.

Swelling Due to decline in renal function, extra fluid and salt will not be excreted as normal. In this condition, edema is more likely to occur. And this abnormal sign can be found around the feet, legs, arms as well as faces. In serious cases, it may spread to the lung, resulting in pulmonary edema.

Protein or blood in urine As the glomeruli became inflamed and thickened, useful substances like protein or red blood cells will not stay in the and leak into urine, so patients may experience foamy urine or dark urine.

Infections In people with kidney stones, they usually at high risk of urinary tract infections. Meanwhile, it is also another cause of blood in urine.

Additionally, other symptoms like fatigue, nausea, vomiting, increased creatinine level, urinary tract obstruction, loss of appetite, etc can also be seen.

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You can take a look at this patient's report. His creatinine was 1028 and urea level was 39.7 on 2018-12-11; creatinine level was reduced to 331 and urea was 16.1 on 2019-1-5. After about 25 days' treatment in our hospital, his creatinine level was reduced by 697, and urea was reduced by 23.6. Hope his condition gets better and better.

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Proteinuria is a common symptom of kidney disease

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It can make your urine foamy. Although it does not make you feel uncomfortable, it can impair your renal function and make your kidney disease worse. Conventional treatment such as steroids and immunosuppressants can hardly make it negative. In our hospital, systemic Chinese medicine treatment can help you turn it negative. Look at this picture, bubbles in urine become less and less with our treatment going on.