With the life style changing, more and more people are diagnosed with Kidney Disease. For the different physical features of men, the female patients with Kidney Disease have the following clinical symptoms.
1. Edema: In the morning, the female patients with Kidney Disease often have
edema around eyelids or face in the morning and it may disappear in the
afternoon. Moreover, after heavy work, it will aggravate. In severe case, the
patients can have edema in the inner side of ankles, lower limbs and even
2. High blood pressure: High blood pressure caused by Kidney Disease is
called renal hypertension. It covers 5~10% of adult high blood pressure. If the
female patients with Kidney Disease suffer from high blood pressure, they will
have headache, dizziness, tinnitus and other symptoms. However, some patients
may keep high blood pressure for a long term and their tolerance to those
symptoms has increased, they may not have any abnormal symptoms at all.
3. More or less urine output: In normal case, the urine output volume is
1000~2000 ml per day. When the urine output rises or declines, it may be an
early symptom of Kidney Disease. Especially they have increased urination at
night, they should do some check to find if they have Kidney Disease.
4. Abnormal urine test: For the female patients with Kidney Disease, the
urine routine test shows that there is protein, red blood cells, white blood
cells, urine sugar and so on in urine. In your daily life, you can also observe
if there are abnormalities in your urine. You can mix your urine with a cup of
water. If the water is still clear, it proves that you are healthy. However, if
the water becomes feculent or there is oiliness appearing on the surface of
water, it proves that there may be something wrong with your kidneys.
The above article has introduced the main clinical symptoms of Kidney Disease
in female patients. If you or your loved ones have one or several symptoms above
and want to get a definite diagnosis of the disease, please consult us on line
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