Do you suffer from low or decreased urine output from past few months?
Are you experiencing loss of appetite coupled with constant tiredness?
If yes, it could indicate a renal problem and in the worst case might be an indicator of kidney failure.
A healthy kidney cleanses the blood by removing harmful or toxic waste. However, when the kidneys are damaged these toxic wastes are accumulated, which increase your blood pressure and also retain excess fluid leading to renal failure.
Unlike kidney disease in which the condition can be treated with the help of medication or surgery, renal failure might require transplantation if the kidneys fail to function properly. This is the reason a person with renal infection or inflammation is advised to visit a doctor every three months, explains Dr Suresh Chandra, Consultant- Department of Nephrology, Fortis Escorts Hospital, Faridabad. Here’s what you need to know about kidney failure.