First of all, you have to know that your kidneys are one of the most important organs in your body because they are involved in many vital processes which sustain your hemostasis.
Here you will find the most common 5 signs:
A healthy kidney produces erythropoietin which is a vital hormone who increases the red blood cell number. A decrease of your red blood cells number can lead to anemia and fatigue.
If you feel any pain in the kidney surrounding area you may have kidney stones or any kind of urinary tract infection.
If your kidney does not work properly the excess fluids will stay in the blood and this fact can cause swelling of the face, joints and limbs.
- Urine changes
If your kidneys are in danger, your urine can be pale color, foamy or dark. Also you can urinate in small or large amounts frequently and you may feel some pressure during urinating.
- Shortness of breath
Shortness of breaths is caused by the low red blood cells number. If you do not have enough red blood cells, you will get a smaller amount of oxygen in your body and this will lead to shortness of breaths.