Symptoms of Chronic Kidney Disease - Health Channel


Symptoms of Chronic Kidney Disease |

Urinating too frequently or not urinating enough, especially in elderly males, are symptoms of issues with the prostate, says Dr. Samantha Taghva, Internal Medicine Physician with Baptist Health South Florida.

Those are two of the most common symptoms of kidney failure is looming, she says, and is it probably the patient’s progress into the CKD (Chronic kidney disease).

Dr. Juan Kusnir, Nephrologist at the same place, advises drinking a lot of water and staying hydrated, because the kidney looks for body equilibrium.

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