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Stages 1 and 2 CKD

In stage 1 CKD (Chronic Kidney Disease), GFR (Glomerular Filtration Rate) is no less than 90 ml/min and kidney function is normal, but there is pathological abnormalities or markers of damage, including abnormalities in blood or urine test or imaging studies. Similar with stage 1 CKD, stage 2 CKD (60

In many countries or areas, both stage 1 CKD and stage 2 CKD are considered as normal condition. They are ignored easily, as usually no symptoms are caused during these two stages. However, in rare cases of stage 2 CKD, some symptoms like high blood pressure, blood urine and protein urine may occur. Although these abnormal conditions occur because of kidney damages, in turn, they worsen kidney problem. Thereby, it is beneficial to control CKD symptoms.

Compared with advanced stage kidney disease, both stage 1 CKD and stage 2 CKD can be stopped easily, which means there will be a good prognosis, if the treatment is effective and timely. Also, this is the reason why CKD patients are suggested to have timely diagnosis and treatment. According to clinical study, people with high blood pressure and high blood sugar are especially easy to suffer from Chronic Kidney problem. So it is of primary importance for diabetics and Hypertension patients to do kidney disease screening every year.

Many factors can accelerate CKD, so to receive full recovery or avoid further kidney damages, the following measures need to be taken in time:

1. Prevent infection and cold which are the two leading factors that can accelerating CKD.

2. Scientific diet

·Low-salt diet, which is helpful for controlling high blood pressure and swelling.

·Low-protein diet, usually 0.8grams protein per kilogram body weight per day. And it helps to avoid extra renal burden.

·Consume adequate calories

·Eat more vegetables and fruits

·Limit fat intake

Regularly physical tests, so as to know clearly whether there is further kidney damage

Keep blood pressure and blood sugar at a healthy level

There is no cure for kidney disease, but fortunately Chronic Kidney Disease, especially CKD in stage 1 and stage 2 can be stopped effectively. Once an individual is diagnosed with CKD, going to nephrologist or kidney disease doctor regularly is necessary. Also, if you are too busy to see any doctor, you can leave you describe your illness condition to us, our kidney experts will offer you useful suggestions with free of charge.

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