Nephritis according to the etiology and symptoms can be pided into acute nephritis and chronic nephritis. Nephritis is often found in the middle or late, if you can find early symptoms, it will be very helpful for the treatment. Then what are the early symptoms of nephritis patients !
Infection: acute glomerulonephritis and chronic glomerulonephritis in patients with acute attack often associated with pharyngitis, tonsillitis, upper respiratory tract and skin infections. Therefore, when suffering from the above-mentioned infectious diseases should check the urine routine.
Changes in urine output: chronic renal insufficiency in patients with early may only show the number of nighttime urination and urine output increased. Healthy people do not drink plenty of water before going to bed, you should not urinate or urinate only 1 times after sleep at night, if often urinate more than 2 times during the night, should go to the hospital to check urine and kidney function.
Edema: glomerulonephritis patients, although the lack of specific symptoms, but early often fatigue, fatigue, low back pain, eyelid, facial, ankle swelling, increased urine foam, urine abnormalities. Therefore, when these symptoms occur, should go to the hospital to check urine routine.
Hypertension: about 1/3 of patients with glomerulonephritis may have elevated blood pressure, characterized by headache, loss of memory, and poor sleep. Patients who have been treated for these symptoms and who have elevated blood pressure must check their urine routine, especially among younger patients.
Anemia: patients with moderate or chronic renal failure often suffer from anemia, weakness, dizziness, pallor and other symptoms. Patients with anemia, such as those with no hematologic diseases, should pay attention to the presence of chronic renal failure.