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Proteinuria And Tingling In Fingers In CKD Patient

Proteinuria And Tingling In Fingers In CKD PatientChronic kidney disease (CKD) can cause patient to have many symptoms in their body, among which patient may have proteinuria and tingling in fingers. While, why patient has these symptoms?is there any relationship between them?

Why CKD patient has proteinuria and tingling in fingers?

1.Cause of proteinuria:

Proteinuria in patient with CKD is mainly caused by the damage in patient’s glomerular filtration membrane, which has the function of filtrating out the wastes from patient’s blood and keeping the nutrients that are needed in patient’s body.

While patient’s kidney disease can damage patient’s glomerular filtration membrane, and increase its permeability, so the macromolecular substances will leak out through urine, and when excess protein leaking out in this process, that will lead to proteinuria.

2.Cause of tingling in fingers:

As a matter of fact, a major cause of tingling in patient’s fingers is damage in patient’s nerve system,which is caused by the accumulation of toxins and metabolic wastes in patient’s blood. In fact, some toxins can damage patient’s nerve system severely, and cause obvious symptom in patient’s body.

Besides, kidney damage can cause patient to have the metabolic disorder of potassium in his body, and hyperkalemia can also cause patient to have tingling in his fingers.

Is there any connection between these symptoms?

It looks like these two symptoms are caused by different reasons, and that have no direct relationship.

But proteinuria is a dangerous complication, because if it has not been well controlled, it can aggravate patient’s kidney damage severely, and that will promote the speed for patient to have kidney failure, which can cause patient to have nerve problem more quickly.

In the end, if you have any trouble in dealing with kidney disease, you can contact our online experts, and we can provide the guidance that you need.

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