Chronic Kidney Diseases

Chronic kidney disease is a degenerative disorder that worsens with time. A typical cause is high blood pressure. In the early phases of chronic renal illness, you may have few indicators or symptoms. Chronic renal disease may not be apparent until your kidney function is substantially compromised.

Chronic kidney disease normally progresses gradually, and symptoms may not appear until the kidneys have suffered substantial damage. If you have CKD and are nearing renal failure, you may have symptoms caused by waste and excess fluid stacking up in your body.

Chronic renal disease therapy aims to slow the course of kidney damage by treating the underlying cause. Chronic kidney disease can progress to end-stage renal failure, which is lethal if dialysis or a kidney transplant are not used.

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