What is the early stage of uremia?2017-05-05 19:06
First, nocturia increased.
In the early stage of renal failure, it has a high specificity, which is characterized by the frequency of urination in the night, the volume of urine, and the performance of thirst.
Because the kidneys have a row of sodium, drainage function, kidney damage occurs when the body will be sodium and water retention, in addition, at this time the kidney will secrete some of the substances raised hypertension. As a result, 90% of patients with Early Uremia will show high blood pressure.
If you have hypertension and blood coagulation mechanism difference may cause epistaxis or bleeding gums, to attract attention. Such as arteriosclerosis, hypertension, rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes, hyperuricemia, Sjogren's syndrome and other diseases, to detect the various indicators of renal function.
Three, edema, urine volume change.
This is a relatively easy to detect, but also the late symptoms of renal failure. It is because the kidneys can not clear the body of excess water and lead to fluid retention in the body tissue gap, only in the early days of swelling in the ankle and eyelids, and then developed into persistent or systemic edema. So you need to see a doctor right now.
In conclusion, if we can pay close attention to the details of the physical changes, timely visits to the hospital or comprehensive, can do early prevention, early examination, early treatment, which can significantly reduce the incidence of uremia, beneficial to human health and family happiness!
Four, sleepy, fatigue, yellow complexion, poor appetite.
These are the early manifestations of the disease, almost 100% of patients will appear, is also the most easily overlooked performance, when this happens, people tend to be linked to fatigue, ignoring the diagnosis and treatment. In this case, we should always ask ourselves, "why not others?"
Therefore, when the emergence of fatigue weakness, unexplained anemia or poor appetite, we must always go to the hospital to check renal function.