There are five stages of Chronic Kidney Failure (CKF), also called Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), according to the creatinine and glomerular filtration rate (GFR) levels. Read this article to learn more about Stage 3 Chronic Kidney Failure.
What does Stage 3 Kidney Failure mean?
Stage 3 Kidney Failure is most common in the elders. It means your kidneys are moderately damaged, indicated by glomerular filtration rate ranging from 30 ml/min to 60 ml/min.
It is irreversible. That is to say, there is no cure for Stage 3 Kidney Failure. What you can do is to control symptoms and protect remaining kidney function.
What will happen if I have Stage 3 Kidney Failure?
When your kidneys are moderately damaged, they cannot remove wastes in the blood and excess fluid inside the body. As a result, patients with Stage 3 Kidney Failure may experience some symptoms such as swelling, fatigue, nausea, itchy skin, headache, protein or blood in urine, etc.
Of course, the above problems can be caused by other underlying conditions, so you need to take blood test and urine test to check your renal function.
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What can I do for Stage 3 Kidney Failure?
The earlier treatment, the better. Do not wait when symptoms occur and you start take action. I recommend you to take traditional Chinese medicines. They are herbal medicines, most of which are plants. The effective ingredients can increase blood circulation so that kidneys can get enough blood volume and oxygen to function well. To purify the blood is the key to prevent kidney disease progression.
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