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Numbness in Toes with Stage 3 CKD: Should I Be Alarmed

Numbness in Toes with Stage 3 CKD: Should I Be AlarmedWhen chronic kidney disease develops into stage 3, some kidney-related symptoms begin to appear. Numbness in toes isn’t quite common for patients with Stage 3 CKD, so patients must be worried when they have this feeling.

Do you have a similar case?

One of our patients was diagnosed with CKD Stage 3 several years ago. Recently, he has started experiencing numbness in his toes, so he asked whether he should be seriously alarmed. More luckily than other people, this patient stayed at stage 3 kidney disease for many years. Other patients’ kidney problem may aggravate into stage 4 or stage 5 quickly.

Why do patients with Stage 3 CKD have numbness in toes?

Several conditions can trigger numbness in toes, so patients should find out the underlying cause and then accept correct treatments to manage it. Of course, it is also important for kidney disease patients to protect their remaining kidney functioning tissues and prevent the aggravation of kidney condition. (To get these therapies to improve patients’ kidney function, you can leave a message to

- Foot neuropathy: Diabetes is one leading cause of chronic kidney disease. If high blood glucose level is uncontrolled effectively, it may attack neuropathy, causing diabetic neuropathy. Pain, numbness, burning sensation, change of skin color, etc, are symptoms of this problem.

- Swelling: Swelling in legs and feet can cause less blood flow into this region and poor blood circulation in this part of the body. Lack of blood and oxygen will induce numbness in feet as well as toes easily.

- Accumulation of harmful substances: In stage 3 chronic kidney disease, kidneys fail to filter blood efficiently. The accumulation of waste products and toxins can also damage the nerve endings, resulting in numbness.

In summary

From the above analysis, we can know numbness in toes can reflect some disorders for kidney disease patients, so patients should take action to manage these problems immediately. If you need, doctors from Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital can give you some suggestions for free.

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