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    What are the signs and symptoms of chronic kidney disease?

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    Dung Pham

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    Dung is an Accredited Practising Dietitian who currently works in Community Health and Private Practice as a HACC/CH dietitian and Health Coach. She has also … View Profile

    Signs and symptoms of chronic kidney failure include:
    -nausea and fatigue
    -anorexia
    - malnutrition
    -oedema ( fluid retention)
    - constipation
    -hypoalbuminaemia
    -hyperkalaemia ( high potassium ) or hypokaemia ( low potassium)
    -anaemia
    -hyperphosphataemia ( high phosphate levels) leading to bone pain, red eyes, fractures, soft tissue damage and itchiness 

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