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What are the symptoms of kidney diseases?

Most people have no symptoms until CKD is advanced. A person can lose up to 90% of their kidney function before experiencing any symptoms.

Signs of advancing CKD include swelling of legs or face, shortness of breath, easy fatiguability, difficulty concentrating, decreased appetite, vomiting, itching, low back pain, blood in the urine and foamy urine.