Causes of Chronic Kidney Disease

Chronic kidney disease is defined as having some type of kidney abnormality, or "marker", such as protein in the urine and
having decreased kidney function for three months or longer. There are many causes of chronic kidney disease. The kidneys may be
affected by diseases such as diabetes and high blood pressure. Some kidney conditions are inherited (run in families).

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Some health tips and advises for some of the most common symptoms and health problems faced by Kidney disease patients such as:-


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