Kidneys: 10 Signs That Your Kidneys Aren’t Working Properly

10-Dry and itchy skin :

10 Signs That Your Kidneys Aren’t Working Properly

your kidneys are constantly working they get rid of harmful elements remove excess fluid from your body take part in the production of blood and support the body’s mineral balance, they also help to keep your bones strong dry or itching skin hyperpigmentation rashes and jaundice an illness that affects the liver and makes the skin yellow may indicate that your kidneys aren’t working as they should if you have extremely dry skin that itches there’s a chance that you suffer from a mineral and bone illness. this often goes together with kidney diseases when the kidneys can’t support the popular balance of nutrients and minerals in the blood such unpleasant symptoms may also appear, because of an excessive amount of phosphorus that can’t leave your body one more reason can be an intoxication.

9-always feeling cold no matter what the temperature :

many people know from their own experience that shivering tiredness difficulty breathing insomnia and weakness can all be signs of anemia.
how maybe a lack of red blood cells connected with the kidneys?
well, kidney problems might hamper the assembly of the hormone erythropoietin this hormone stimulates the production of red blood cells within the bone marrow these blood cells later carry oxygen through your body, therefore, chronic anemia may be a sign that the kidneys aren’t functioning properly, in fact, it’s bound to develop when a person has 20% to 50% of normal kidney functions in a very case where anemia is caused by kidney problems and a lack of erythropoietin doctors prescribe special hormones.

8-unpleasant breath :

unpleasant breath can be caused by many different diseases including problems with the teeth or stomach but one of the most serious causes is a urinary tract infection the main danger is that this infection can easily spread to the kidneys when a person has kidney problems their metabolism products don’t leave the body as quickly as they should they may go into the gastrointestinal tract then cause a metallic taste in the mouth and a faint smell of ammonia see or doctor immediately if in addition to bad breath you experience

  • a constant urge to urinate
  • pain in the pelvic region
  • fever
  • pain when you urinate

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