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What Symptoms Can Appear When Patients Have Too High Creatinine Level

What Symptoms Can Appear When Patients Have Too High Creatinine LevelKidney is an important organ for our body, which is in charge of our body’s internal balance, so it can cause many health problems in the body of patients with kidney disease.

High creatinine is a dangerous sign for patients with kidney disease, which indicates severe kidney damage. As a result, patients with high creatinine can have many symptoms in their body. Well then, if a patients’ creatinine level is too high, what symptoms can appear in their body?

In fact, the higher patient’s creatinine level is, the lower kidney function patient has. When patients’ creatine level is too high, many symptoms can appear in their body.

1. Fatigue:

Fatigue is common in patients with kidney disease, and it can be more obvious in patients whose creatinine level is too high.

Fatigue is mainly caused by anemia, which can be caused easily if patient’s kidney is damaged.

2. Hypertension:

Patients with kidney disease should deal with hypertension carefully, because high blood pressure can aggravate patient’s kidney damage obviously.

Hypertension is common in patients with kidney disease, and it can appear more easily when patients have severe kidney damage.

3. Urine change:

Patients can have obvious changes in his urine, because a major function of kidney is producing urine.

Patients with too high creatinine may have abnormal urine color, foams in his urine, frequent urine at night, etc. Besides, if patient is in the end stage of kidney disease, he may even have oliguria.

4. Renal osteopathy:

Renal osteopathy is a severe complication, and it often appears in the late stage of kidney disease. For patients with too high creatinine, it is very likely for them to have this complication, which can cause patients to have bone pain, bone fracture, osteoporosis, etc.

5. Nerve problems:

When patients have too high creatinine level, they are very likely to have many nerve problems, which is caused by the accumulation of metabolic wastes and toxins in patients’ body.

The common problems caused by nerve damage are headache, dizziness, drowsiness, loss of appetite, tingling in limbs, etc.

Besides, patients with too high creatinine can also have many other symptoms in their body, like nausea and vomiting, itching, muscle cramp, hard breath, swelling, etc.

These above are the common symptoms that can appear in patient’s body when their creatinine level is too high. But different patients will have their own condition, and some patients may have well tolerance to toxins, and they may have no obvious symptoms even they are in the late stage.

Kidney disease is very dangerous, so if you have any trouble in dealing with kidney disease, you can leave us a message, and we will do what we can to help you.

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