Symptoms of Chronic Kidney Failure

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Overactive bladder

Decreased urine output

Swelling and pain in the legs

Fluid retention, causing swelling or numbness in the hands, face and legs

fatigue

Tiredness

anemia, glóbulos rojos bajos

Anaemia

itchy skin

Itchy skin

bad breath, bad taste in mouth, halitosis

Metallic or unpleasant taste in the mouth

Closed stomach, Loss of appetite

Loss of appetite

nausea vomiting

Nausea and vomiting

presión arterial alta, hipertensión, arteria

High blood pressure

Snowflake

Increased sensitivity to cold

shortness of breath or dyspnoea

Difficulty breathing or dyspnoea

Substantiated information by:
Marta QuintelaNurse — Nephrology DepartmentManel VeraNephrologist — Nephrology DepartmentÁngeles MayordomoPeritoneal Dialysis Nurse — Nephrology DepartmentMaría Teresa LópezNursing of Vascular Access — Nephrology DepartmentBárbara Romano AndrioniNutritionist — Dietetics and Endocrinology DepartmentAnna YugueroPhysiotherapist — Nephrology DepartmentMontserrat MonereoSocial Worker — Nephrology Department

Published: 20 February 2018
Updated: 20 February 2018

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