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Symptoms Of Ckd Stage 3
Chronic kidney disease (CKD), also known as chronic renal disease, is a progressive loss in renal function over a period of months or years. Chronic kidney disease is identified by a blood test for creatinine. Higher levels of creatinine indicate a decreased capability of the kidneys ...Read more
CKD prognosis: The prognosis for the progression of ckd would depend on the causes of ckd and how well controlled the underlyng conditions are. All cause mortality increases as kidney function worsens. The leading cause of death in patients with ckd is cardiovascular disease, regardless of whether there is progression to stage 4 and 5. It's important to minimize cardiovascular risks and avoid nephrotoxic drugs. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have ckd, stage 3, I have noticed my hear is falling off since after diagnosis, has it anything to do with ckd? What am i supposed to do?
Hair loss happens: Hair loss is common. Mild/moderate chronic kidney disease is also common. The two are not usually connected to each. Scenarios where they could be connected would be: if both were due to chemotherapy, if both were due to radiation, if both were due to an autoimmune disease. Good luck. ...Read more
Drink Normally: Drinking more water may help some with CKD but not that much if you have CKD chronically already. Definitely drink a normal amount of fluid daily regardless and if you exercise drink more. The routine guidelines are about 6 glasses of water/fluid a day but that is not a hard rule. Also avoid NSAID medication like Ibuprofen and Naproxen and stick with tylenol (acetaminophen) which is liver eliminated instead. ...Read more
I'm 58yrs I have stage 3 ckd, creatinine has averaged 160 for last 7yr and efgr averaged 36-42. Is it predictable to say if kidneys will last.
CKD stage 3: You need to be seen by a nephrologist (n) for an accurate answer. Your egfr is an estimate. You need to have a 24 hour for creatinine clearance and protein, as well as having some blood work taken. You may have hypertension and/or diabetes. If you have both, your kidneys may not last as long as if you had hypertension. After the n reviews your data, a more informed answer can be given to you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Herbal products: Hi. Herbal products are for the "worried well", healthy people who obsess about their health. For them, herbals are fine as long as they do no harm. You, on the other hand, have real disease. Since you're taking insulin, I assume your CKD is diabetic nephropathy. Control your diabetes and blood pressure aggressively. Take real medicine for real disease. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
CKD & anal pain.: 35 F has CKD stage 3 and feels pressure on anus while urination? I assume you are asking if these high be related? ANS: I have been doing kidney medicine for 50 years and cannot think how the two might be related. Please discuss with your Dr. as they know you best. Happy to 2nd opinion to help figure out what is the problem and available now. ...Read more
Stage 3 ckd, what foods should be avoided to help prevent progression? Pt not diabetic CKD cause still unknown
Low Sodium !!!!: A low sodium diet will lower blood pressure and theoretically decrease the pressure inside the kidney filters (glomeruli) slowing the loss of kidney function. Most kidney doctors recommend a low protein diet. The lab data supports this but human studies (mdrd) have not fully validated this recommendation. A new study reports that higher phosphorous levels associate with faster decline in functi. ...Read more
"if" nsaids caused me to have stage 3 ckd, and i stopped using them altogether could the egfr number & disease improve? Or is it likely too late?
I have Stage 3 CKD. My creatinine is 1.27 and my GFR is 53. I also have HBP and take 10MG Novasc. I'm 28 yrs old and want kids. Should I have kids?
High risk: Only you can make that decision, but you certainly an make an informed one. The pregnancy is going to be quite high risk, and could certainly put extra strain on your current conditions. However, these can also be managed if you want kids. You need to start working with a maternal-fetal medicine specialist at least six months before conception to ensure your body is optimal for a pregnancy. ...Read more