What is the first main symptom of kidney damage?

Early kidney damage often causes persistent fatigue due to toxins and impurities in the blood



Fluid retention from impaired kidney function can cause swelling in the ankles, feet, and hands

Changes in Urination

Frequent urination, especially at night, can be an early sign of kidney damage

Blood in Urine

Blood in the urine, turning it pink, red, or brown, can indicate kidney damage

Shortness of Breath

Kidney damage can cause fluid buildup in the lungs, leading to shortness of breath

Loss of Appetite

Accumulation of toxins due to kidney damage can reduce appetite and cause nausea