Stage 5 Kidney Failure, Hard to Pee, Appetite Loss2013-06-24 10:37
Stage 5 Kidney Failure, or known as CKD Stage 5 is the end stage of Kidney Disease in which severe kidney function decline causes many symptoms, including hard to pee and appetite loss. If you need any personal answer based on your own conditions, please consult our free online service directly, or leave a message below this article.
Hard to Pee and Kidney Failure
Each of us depends on the process of urination for removal of certain waste products in the body. The urine output is vital to the health of the body. Maybe you never thought of urine as valuable, however, it is true that you cannot survice if you fail to produce it and eliminate it.
Each kidneys have numerous renal filters which filter through the blood throughout the body. Healthy kidneys will help filter out the waste products and excessive water which will be removed as urination.
At Stage 5 Kidney Failure, most of the renal filters are damaged and scarred, which causes kidneys loss it functions to form urination. This is why your urine output decrease or you feel hard to pee.
Appetite Loss and Kidney Failure
Speaking of appetite loss, it is also related with the damaged kidneys. Usually, it is hard to find symptoms in Kidney Failure patients, because most of the symptoms are slight or similar with other ailments. For patients with Kidney Failure, they may also suffer from fatigue, back pain, insomnia, anemia etc.
As mentioned above, kidneys are important filtering organs which remove the excessive water and waste products. When the kidneys cannot function well, the excessive water will stay in the body, causing swellings in different organs. When the digestive organs are swollen, patient may feel nausea and loses the appetite.
Is There Any Suggested Treatment for Stage 5 Kidney Failure?
To deal with both hard to pee and appetite loss, the root cause--kidney damage--should be done with. Chinese Herbal Medicine is suggested here, because there are some herbs which can help repair the damaged kidney tissues and improve kidney functions. If you have interest in herbs list, you can email to firstname.lastname@example.org
As long as the kidney function improvement is achieved, the hard to pee and poor appetite will be alleviated spontaneously. Any help, please leave a message below.
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