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Do you feel pain in kidneys when renal insufficiency develops?

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Dr. Anthony Cusano
Internal Medicine - Nephrology & Dialysis
3 doctors agree

In brief: Kidney failure pain

Although some cases of urine obstruction or kidney infarction can cause pain with renal failure, the vast majority of cases of renal insufficiency are not associated with any kind of pain, or any symptoms until it is far advanced.

In brief: Kidney failure pain

Although some cases of urine obstruction or kidney infarction can cause pain with renal failure, the vast majority of cases of renal insufficiency are not associated with any kind of pain, or any symptoms until it is far advanced.
Dr. Anthony Cusano
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Dr. Samuel Lee
Urology
2 doctors agree

In brief: Not necessarily

Chronic renal insufficiency he occurs over a long period of time and may be without symptoms such as pain

In brief: Not necessarily

Chronic renal insufficiency he occurs over a long period of time and may be without symptoms such as pain
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