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Metabolic Acidosis: Kidney Symptom or Something Else?

Individuals who are not familiar with complicated medical terms may feel a little lost when their doctor tells them that their tests have come back and some unpronounceable term has become a problem. In the case of metabolic acidosis (a kidney disease symptom), which can be pronounced if not readily understood by the lay person, […]

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Kidney Symptoms: Urine Elimination Changes and What They May Mean

Healthy individuals will urinate several times daily and some will also go one or two times during the night. If you have noticed an increase in the frequency of urination, or at the other end of the spectrum, not as frequent urination as is normal for you, then there may be some problems within your […]

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Kidney Symptom: Could Your Kidney Problems Be The Cause Of Your Fatigue?

Many people seem to feel that they never have enough energy and are tired all of the time. There are various reasons a person would have fatigue even after they have had adequate sleep. The body requires seven to eight hours of sleep per night, adequate exercise and a healthy diet to stave off fatigue. […]

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Kidney Symptoms: Skin Changes Caused By Kidney Disorders and Disease

It is estimated that over thirty-five million people suffer from kidney disease in the United States alone. The numbers climb astronomically when the estimate includes the rest of the world. One of the early symptoms of kidney disease is changes in the skin. The skin is an organ, the largest of the human body. When […]

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Kidney Symptoms: Gout is Not Just a Rich Man’s Disease

In bygone days gout was considered a rich man’s disease. When you take a look at the dietary causes, it will be much easier to understand why doctors or healers believed that only rich people got gout. In reality, around ten percent of the world’s population suffers from gout. Men get gout more often than […]

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