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Symptoms and Its complications of ADPKD (Autosomal Dominant Polycystic Kidney Disease)

Polycystic kidney disease is a condition in which numerous cysts grow in the kidneys. ADPKD is the commonest in patients with PKD which is an inherited disorder. If someone in your family gets ADPKD, you should pay more attention to the members of your family because they are likely to inherit. The following is an introduction of symptoms of ADPKD which may help you to find whether you are at risk.
People with ADPKD often experience the following symptom
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●Elevated blood pressure (the earliest symptom of ADPKD)
High blood pressure is a sign of ADPKD onset. Poor control of blood pressure can give rise to heart disease or stroke which are life-threatening.
●Blood in the urine.
About 50% patients may experience hematuria (blood in the urine). The color of urine may be pink, red or brown. Hematuria can last for one day or more. Hematuria may remit after having a rest on bed.
●Back and abdomen pain.
Persistent back pain is the most common in ADPKD patients. Occasionally, they may have stomach pain.
Complications of ADPKD
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●Urinary tract infection.
Urinary tract infection is caused by bacteria which enter the kidneys or cyst. Urinary tract infection is more common in women patients, the primary symptoms of which are odynria, urgent urination. When your kidneys or cysts are infected, sudden fever and back pain are likely to come on you.
●Kidney stone.
About 20-30% of ADPKD paients develop kidney stone. One reason of which is that cysts block the renal tubule preventing the normal excretion so that urine maintained for too long time in body will crystallize give rise to the form of a stone.
● Abnormal heart valves
● Liver and pancreatic cysts
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The above is the information about ADPKD. If you have are an ADPKD patient or you have a familial history of ADPKD, you can consult our experts online about your concerns such as the new treatment, or tests for a diagnosis. We are glad to help you!

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