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What are the symptoms of kidney damage from hypertension?

2017-08-16 18:17
What is hypertensive kidney damage? The changes of renal structure and function caused by primary hypertension are called hypertension kidney damage, which is one of the important causes of end-stage renal disease. Symptoms of kidney damage from hypertension can cause great harm to the human body. So what are the symptoms of kidney damage from hypertension?
In the early stage of hypertensive renal damage, there is usually no obvious symptom. With the development of the disease in patients with hypertensive nephropathy will gradually appear nocturia, the renal tubular function begins to decline, but still can work normally; renal damage of hypertension patients also have different degrees of proteinuria, the severity of hypertension and proteinuria is proportional to the part of the patient may also have hematuria symptoms.
What are the symptoms of kidney damage from hypertension? Hypertensive patients with kidney damage may also appear edema, mainly manifested in the morning after rising eyelids or facial edema, afternoon more subsided, tired after the increase, rest after the relief. Severe edema can occur on both sides of the ankle, lower extremities, lumbosacral, and so on.
What are the symptoms of kidney damage from hypertension? The above details are described in detail. If the above symptoms, but also do not panic, not all of the above symptoms are hypertensive kidney damage. So, as long as the patient actively checked, diagnosed the condition, and actively treated, there will be no big problem.

 What are the symptoms of kidney damage from hypertension

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