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Treatment for kidney disease depends on the underlying cause, but medications such as those used for treating fluid retention, swelling, high cholesterol or anemia can reduce symptoms and slow kidney disease progression,... More »

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Treatment for kidney disease focuses on preventing and slowing further damage to the patient's kidneys, which is accomplished by controlling the underlying conditions that caused the kidney damage, according to WebMD. Co... More »

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Dialysis is a common treatment for kidney disease, but it comes with several risks and side effects, warns Healthline. Its associated risks include bleeding at the access site, low blood pressure, infection, nausea and a... More »

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Stage 3 kidney disease causes fluid retention, kidney pain, sleep problems, fatigue and swelling of the extremities, states DaVita HealthCare Partners. A person with stage 3 kidney disease may also have brown urine, foam... More »

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Risk factors for developing kidney disease include diabetes, heart disease, obesity, high blood pressure, smoking, high cholesterol and being over the age of 65, according to Mayo Clinic. Another risk factor is being of ... More »

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Treatment for kidney disease focuses on preventing and slowing further damage to the patient's kidneys, which is accomplished by controlling the underlying conditions that caused the kidney damage, according to WebMD. Co... More »

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Some symptoms of kidney disease include edema in the lower legs, fatigue, nausea, muscle cramps and loss of appetite, states Mayo Clinic. Other symptoms can include vomiting, muscle twitches, weakness, hiccups and high b... More »

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