There are three major manifestations in the body of kidney disease patients, most of which indicate that uremia has come, and it is necessary to seek medical treatment in time!

Uremia is a series of self-toxic diseases caused by water-electrolyte, acid-base balance disorders, and renal endocrine disorders.

The disease is mainly caused by various kidney diseases. Generally, kidney diseases can be divided into three categories: primary, hereditary and secondary. Different types of kidney disease have different degrees of disease.

Once you have the disease, you can experience a variety of symptoms in your body. So what are the main symptoms of these symptoms?

1. Yellow complexion

Patients with this condition have a yellowish, pale complexion. This symptom is mainly related to the accumulation of toxins in the body and the decline of hematopoietic function. This symptom can easily be misdiagnosed as iron-deficiency anemia, sometimes considered anemia and ignored, and then miss the best time for treatment.

Therefore, if the complexion is often yellow and white, it is recommended to do a systemic examination, such as renal function, renal B-ultrasound, etc., to be alert to the possibility of the disease.

2. Abnormal urination

People with this condition may experience abnormal urination, such as decreased urine output, proteinuria, or blood in the urine. Among them, the decrease in urine output is related to the disease affecting the filtering function of the kidneys, and patients will have symptoms of significantly decreased urine output or anuria.

Proteinuria is primarily associated with decreased kidney function, which prevents protein from being reabsorbed. The hematuria is mainly related to the serious damage to the kidneys, which can lead to renal hemorrhage.

Therefore, if the urine volume decreases and the color changes during urination, you must be alert to the possibility of uremia and conduct a comprehensive examination in time.

3. Body swelling

Patients suffering from this disease will suffer from severe damage to the kidneys, resulting in abnormal metabolic function, and the water in the body cannot be metabolized to stay in the body, resulting in edema throughout the body.

In addition, the kidneys have the function of metabolic detoxification. If the kidneys are damaged and their function is reduced, the toxins in the body cannot be excreted, which will aggravate the symptoms of edema. Therefore, if the body has symptoms of abnormal swelling, we must be alert to the possibility of kidney damage.

In addition, the disease can cause blood, cardiovascular, respiratory and other systemic disorders, and then cause a series of symptoms. Among them, in the blood system, the patient will have anemia and bleeding tendency, and abnormal white blood cells may be prompted during the examination.

Anemia is related to various factors such as lack or relative deficiency of EPO, shortening of red blood cell survival time, lack of iron and protein, inflammation and so on. The bleeding is mainly related to the significant decrease in platelet function and the decrease in the number.

The main manifestation of the cardiovascular system is angina pectoris and other related symptoms, including dyspnea, arrhythmia, cardiac arrest or sudden death. Heart failure unresponsive to changes in dry body weight, asymptomatic ischemia, etc., may also sometimes occur.

The main manifestations on the respiratory system are abnormal bad breath and ammonia in the mouth. These symptoms involve various systems and have a great impact on the patient’s body and daily life. Therefore, once found, it is recommended that patients undergo a systemic physical examination.

It can be seen from the above that when uremia occurs, the patient’s body generally has various symptoms such as body swelling, yellow complexion, and abnormal urination. Paying attention to these symptoms can facilitate early detection of the disease, early examination and treatment, improve the effect of treatment, and prolong a certain survival period.

Generally, the patient is mainly treated for the underlying diseases that cause kidney damage. At the same time, it is necessary to control the complications and protect the residual renal function. In addition, patients usually need to pay attention to daily care to limit protein intake and avoid high-salt and high-potassium diets.