CKD often has no symptoms in the early stages and is only picked up through routine tests. As the damage to the kidney’s progresses, you may notice: Tiredness Swollen ankles, ... [continue] What are the symptoms of CKD?
We usually diagnose CKD by using blood and urine tests. The blood test, called eGFR, estimates the amount of blood cleaned by your kidneys each minute. The urine test looks ... [continue] How is CKD diagnosed?
Chronic kidney disease cannot always be prevented but there are things that we can do to reduce your risk of developing it: Monitoring conditions – if you have a condition ... [continue] Can I prevent CKD?
There’s no cure for CKD. However, when you are diagnosed with CKD, there are treatments to help with symptoms, to slow or stop disease progression and to reduce the risk ... [continue] Can CKD be treated?