Renal failure is a condition in which your kidney can not work normally as what it used to be. Healthy kidneys can remove the waste and excessive fluid from the blood to maintain healthy. But when your kidney is damaged, your kidney can not filter the toxins building up in your body causing a lot of symptoms and affecting people's normal life. What causes renal failure?
1. Various primary glomerulonephritis.
Various primary glomerulonephritis plays a role in the onset of renal failure including mesangial proliferative glomerulonephritis, acute nephritis, mesangial nephritis and focal glomeruloscerosis. These diseases can greatly harm patients' health. Renal failure belongs to a systemic disease which can damage other organs. People with renal failure can experience the itching skin, loss of appetite, headache, and heart disease etc.
2. A delayed treatment.
In some cases, a delayed treatment for kidney disease leads to a rapid decline of kidney function. They don't receive prompt treatment so that they have a higher chance of renal failure. For instance, chronic pyelonephritis can lead to a renal failure. The cause of renal failure is complicated. Besides these mentioned above, PKD, inherited nephritis can cause renal failure.
3. Other disease causing renal failure.
Besides these disease and a delayed treatment, there are other disease in clinic can cause renal failure. People need to pay more attention to the daily life to avoid some diseases such as chronic tract obstruction, stone, tumor etc.
4. High blood pressure.
Kidney disease can cause high blood pressure. On the other hand, high blood pressure can further damage your kidney. High blood pressure is very dangerous because it make people have higher risk of heart disease, stroke etc. People with kidney disease need to control blood pressure and make it at a normal level.