Hypertensive Nephropathy often don not have symptoms, except high blood pressure, in the early stages. When it does have signs, they vary from person to person.
If you do have symptoms, they may include:
● High blood pressure
● Edema (fluid retention), especially in the lower legs.
● Decrease in amount of urine or difficulty urinating.
● Frequent urination, especially at night.
● Foamy urine or protein in urine
● Blood in urine
● Increase of creatinine level
● Back Pain
There symptoms do not always mean you have hypertensive nephropathy. However, if you have chronic high blood pressure, it is important to discuss any above symptoms with your doctor, since hypertensive people have a higher risk to develop into kidney disease than others.
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