Kidney Diseases: My Shock To Discover I Am Suffering a Serious Kidney Disease…
Take Care of Your Kidneys: Know and Identify Serious Kidney Diseases!
You May Be Suffering a Serious Kidney Ailment without Realizing It?
I think I have been through just about every medical test you can think of in the last few weeks. Drawing blood has made me look like a pin cushion, and the tests were no fun besides the waiting each time which took many hours in some cases. I have had cameras shoved down my throat, up my rear end, have drank copious amounts of Barium, had to crap my lungs out from those treatments which was terrible, and a whole lot of other stuff besides.
In hindsight, if I had been able to read the symptoms properly during all my online research, I would have realized I was suffering from a kidney disease, and needed to see a specialist urologist which is now my last stop, whereas it should have been my first. That’s still to come by the way and I know what sort of tests they are going to be….
You can imagine how many hours I spent researching my symptoms online, and the thoughts going through my mind that my days were numbered. Well it’s not over yet for me, but I felt it wise to share some insight on what everyone should know about kidney diseases and what can go wrong with these important organs in your body.
There is a whole lot that can go wrong and your body suffers all sorts of spin off symptoms which are painful and unpleasant. Some examples of kidney diseases you can get can be seen below:
Complete Kidney failure, chronic kidney disease, Polycystic kidney disease, Acute kidney injury, Kidney stones, Glomerulonephritis, Pyelonephritis, Cysts and growths, Diabetic nephropathy, Nephritis, Urologic disease, Urinary tract infection, Gallstone, Hematuria, Renal cysts, Nephrotic syndrome, Uremia, Autosomal Dominant Polycystic Kidney Disease, Kidney cancer, Lupus nephritis, Amyloidosis, Renal tubular acidosis, Cystic kidney disease.
Those aren’t all of the kidney diseases you can get either…Scary huh?
Taking Care of Your All Important Kidneys.
It doesn’t really take a lot to look after your all important kidneys, and prevent kidney diseases, and by looking after them can mean complete well being and health. Did you ever think you would have someone tell you that you can reverse kidney disease or improve impaired kidney function? It sounds like a death sentence and it’s terrible when you feel like you have no hope of living a fully active, healthy life. Thoughts and pictures of being strapped to a dialysis machine, or looking for a kidney transplant come to mind right?
You would be shocked to know how many people suffer from kidney disease in the United States, United Kingdom and many other countries besides all blissfully unaware they are suffering kidney diseases. Unfortunately when you do get symptoms like I had you are already close to the critical stage and I am going to end up in hospital shortly.
Some Symptoms Linked to the Possibility of Kidney Diseases.
Perhaps you will visit the doctor suffering with some of these symptoms:
- Fatigue and Tiredness
- Depression High Urea
- No Libido or sex drive
- Creatinine and Potassium Levels; (Blood Tests Check this)
- Loss of Appetite
- Sore Lower Back or under your ribs
- Itchy Skin and excessive dryness
- Difficulty Breathing
- Anemia and paleness
- Headaches & Migraine
- Sore Muscles
- Excessive sweating and Night sweats
- Burning sensation while urinating
- Getting up at night a lot to empty your bladder…
- Pain in the left or right side and irregular digestion
- *When you see Blood in your urine means things are getting serious!
You will probably be diagnosed with something else but in reality your kidney functions are down. I was given three courses of antibiotics which never solved the problem, but the third trip to the doctor is what started the battery of tests I have had up until now. What a nightmare that has been and I am not out of the woods yet…
Take care of your kidneys and live healthier balanced lifestyles to decrease the strain on these precious organs which keep your blood clean. I have invested in this course for kidney care and maintenance and once I have been treated in hospital I will make certain to take better care of my kidneys because the suffering I have been though in the last months has been a complete nightmare.