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Hypertensive Kidney Disease is a secondary kidney disease. It is common among the middle-aged. As one of the main complications of high blood pressure, Hypertensive Nephropathy does great harm to human health. In daily life, we should prevent hypertension and stay away from Hypertensive Kidney Disease and live a healthy, happy life.
The followings are main symptoms of Hypertensive Kidney Disease:
Changes of urine volume
Chronic High Blood Pressure
Frequent urination at night in early stage
Nausea and vomiting and other digesting symptoms
Patients are more irritable, sensitive and excited.
Mostly occur among the middle-aged( above 40 to 50), more than 5 to 10 years history of high blood pressure
Dizziness, mostly in female patients. Feelings of imbalance and difficulty in walking.
Inability to concentrate, difficult to remember the recent thing but the things that have past still remain flesh in one’s memory
Insomnia, and it is mainly characterized by sleep difficulties, early awaking or easy to nightmares. Actually, this is related to the autonomic imbalance
Massive proteinuria and often accompanied with hematuria, foamy urine and swelling
Coronary heart disease, heart failure, cerebral arteriosclerosis, arteriosclerotic retinopathy, left ventricular hypertrophy
Temporal gross hematuria caused by broken capillaries(for individual cases)
Slow progression of disorder, fewer develop into kidney failure, the majority present mild kidney damage and abnormal urine routine.
Symptoms of Hypertensive Kidney Disease have been listed above and they can help your GP to make a further diagnosis. In addition, be attentive to the treatment and avoid more serious harm. If you have any other doubts about symptoms of Hypertensive Nephropathy, we are here to help. Email us:firstname.lastname@example.org for more information this disorder. Take care!