About Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Stage 3 Information
Firstly, knowing the symptoms of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Stage 3 is very necessary. Our kidneys are composed of tens of thousands of renal intrinsic cells and it is very these renal tissues that play their functions every minute so as to make us live normally. When the renal tissues are damaged and can not play a part in maintaining our life, then a series of abnormal signs will appear. First and foremost, great amount of proteinuria which is the typical manifestation for patients with Chronic Kidney Disease is inevitable. Other symptoms such as fatigue, swelling and urinary changes are the symptoms that we can feel or see. Urinary changes may show as frequent urination at night, foamy urine, oliguria and hematuria (Gross hematuria is visible, which manifested with red urine. Detection of microhematuria needs the help of microscopy). Apart from these, patients with Polycystic Kidney Disease which also belongs to Chronic Kidney Disease usually have backache.
Secondly, find out how to treat Chronic Kidney Disease stage 3 correctly is the key point. According to the international standard, glomerular filtration rate of Chronic Kidney Disease in stage 3 ranges from 30 ml/min/1.73m2 to59 ml/min/1.73m2. In this stage, more than half of the renal tissues have been damaged, so excessive electrolyte, toxic substances and waste products which should have been excreted by these tissues can not be removed, causing the appearance of different symptoms. Therefore, if we want to get these symptoms disappeared radically, we should stop our renal tissues from being damaged and then repair the damaged tissues. As for the necrotic tissues, we can use new and healthy renal tissues to replace them. Only in this way, can our kidney replay their function, so that we can live the normal life. Furthermore, patients with Chronic Kidney Disease in stage 3 ought to receive treatment as soon as possible, so as to avoid the aggravation of their disease.