Signs Of Kidney Disease

Dr. Juan Kusnir, Nephrologist with Baptist Health South Florida, says it is possible for someone not to have any symptoms of a kidney disease, but they may have the condition. A visit at the primary care physician can help to discover it. But there are symptoms, such as swelling, sudden increase in blood pressure and blood in the urine.

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