The kidneys are two organs located in our abdominal cavity on either side of your spine in the middle of our back, just above the waist. They perform several life-sustaining roles: They cleanse our blood by removing waste and excess fluid, maintain the balance of salt and minerals in our blood, and help regulate blood pressure.
When the kidneys become damaged, waste products and fluid can build up in the body, causing swelling in ankles, vomiting, weakness, poor sleep, and shortness of breath. If left untreated, diseased kidneys may eventually stop functioning completely. Loss of kidney function is a serious - and potentially fatal - condition.
Early detection is the first step in treating chronic kidney disease. The symptoms of kidney disease may include: Nausea and vomiting Passing only small amounts of urine Swelling, particularly of the ankles, and puffiness around the eyes, unpleasant taste in the mouth and urine-like odor to the breath, persistent fatigue or shortness of breath, loss of appetite, increasingly higher blood pressure, muscle cramps, especially in the legs Pale skin, increased creatinine level and many more are symptoms of impaired function of kidney.
Healthy kidneys handle several specific roles:
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