TRIBUNJAMBI.COM – Kidney disease is a functional disorder of the kidney that is divided into two parts, namely, acute and chronic.
Chronic kidney disease is one of the diseases that does not require small medical expenses. This disease not only attacks adults but can also affect children.
Based on the Health Ministry (Kemenkes) website, actual chronic renal failure can be prevented early in the prevention and control of hypertension, diabetes and obesity.
What are the symptoms of kidney failure? The official website of the Ministry of Health has been reviewed here.
Symmetrical swelling in the right and left legs
One of the symptoms that can be seen and directly linked to the urinary tract is the symmetrical swelling of the right and left legs.
This is due to improper removal of the urine, which means that both legs have a tough fluid that is swollen.
Pediatric Eka Laksmi Hidayati said that this symmetrical swelling could be one of the symptoms of kidney problems.
"If swelling is symmetrical, it is a symptom of fluid build up due to poor kidney function," Eka said.
2. Urinum has blood (Hematuria)