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Symptoms that indicate your kidneys are unhealthy and what you should do immediately

The early warning signs of kidney issues are often disregarded because of a lack of awareness. You may be experiencing these symptoms because your kidneys are damaged or failing and your body is trying to warn you that they may soon quit working.

Healthline asserts that maintaining healthy kidney function is essential to one's overall health and well-being. However, you should be aware of a few warning signs that could indicate whether or not your kidneys are actually unwell and require medical attention.

This article will explain the three signs that your kidneys aren't working properly or are unhealthy, as defined by Clevelandclinic, and what you can do immediately or right away to cure the problem. If you're experiencing any of these signs, you should see a doctor right away.

It's worth noting that naturally thick lower extremities, like the abdomen, are rather common. But, renal dysfunction may be present if you feel leg swelling and pain. This is a sign that something is wrong with the kidneys. Also, it may limit lung capacity, leading to shallow breathing and fatigue. The length of your limbs and the width of your ankles are about the same as average for a person of your height and weight.

If either of your kidneys isn't functioning, you may have frequent convulsions and feel like there's a weight on your chest.

Dizziness, fainting, nausea, and the urge to urinate through the mouth are just some of the symptoms that can result from drinking even a tiny amount of urine, according to WebMD. Also, you can feel like spitting out liquids. Nausea is the medical term for this condition, and vomiting is what happens when your body reacts to the nausea.

In the event that you have any of these three symptoms, you should not delay in seeking medical attention. In order to get checked, have a kidney function test performed, and start treatment as soon as possible, you should travel alone to the nearest hospital or your doctor's house. Renal illness sufferers should limit their intake of sweets, red meat, and alcohol. Your doctor may recommend a specific diet or list of items, such green, leafy vegetables and some fruits, to aid in the recovery of damaged kidneys.

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