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Is having a temperature a symptom of kidney disease? Aswell as blood in urine and severe stomach pains in the side of the stomach?
Kidney problem: Blood in urine can appear from kidney, ureter, or bladder. Fever is not a typical symptom of kidney disease. Severe stomach pain is not either; but kidneys can be painful and this pain is usually in the flank. You may have a stone causing pain and bleeding- get checked asap. ...Read more
Could be: Normal individuals excrete a small amount of protein (up to 100 mg for children, 150mg for adolescents, and 200 mg for adults in 24 hours). Significant proteinuria is associated with a whole host of kidney diseases, not necessarily serious though. Orthostatic proteinuria is an example of benign one. ...Read more
I have been diagnosed kidney disease (CIN-CKD, HYPERURICEMIC, DISLIPEM). my creatinine flexuates from 1.5 to 1.8 and my ua remains 8-10,?
Renal Ultrasound: Polycystic kidney disease is usually diagnosed by taking a renal ultrasound of your kidneys to determine the number of cysts that are on each kidney. Usually, a person presnts with bloody urine or multiple UTI that will lead to a doctor taking a patient of the kidneys and diagnosing the issue. ...Read more
Unlikely: In the absence of other disease or treatment emergent complications CML is not associated with kidney injury. ...Read more
Does a low GFR always mean kidney disease? Sle pt. In hosp 4months ago. Dark brown urine and +4 protein but dr said kid fine. Hep dr just found GFR 43.
GFR of 43: If real GFR is 43, you have stage 3 ckd. If may be caused by your proteinuria. Speak to a nephrologist to see if your proteinuria is caused by a disease that can be treated. After finding out its cause, see if you can preserve or recover some kidney function, or not lose any more by some form of treatment of the underlying disease causing your proteinuria. Good luck. ...Read more
The kidneys are paired organs that lie on either side of the vertebral column. Part of their critical functions include the excretion of urine and removal of nitrogenous wastes products from the blood. They regulate acid-base, electrolyte, fluid balance and blood pressure. Through hormonal signals, the kidneys control the ...Read more