Why Do Kidneys Fail?


Why Do Kidneys Fail?

The reason for the chronic kidney disease could vary from the people and varies the condition in every person. The causes may be different but in totality a number of things which can damage kidney function, includes:

  • Diabetes
  • High blood pressure
  • • Glomerular diseases (diseases that attack blood vessels in the kidneys)
  • Poison
  • • Trauma any physical
  • • Or Long-term use of some painkillers

Genetic disorders can also affect the kidney disease.

At the same time Kidney disease can also be congenital, which means it has been developed while a baby is still inside the womb.

Most kidney diseases attack nephrons, causing them to lose their filtering capacity. Damage to the nephrons may happen quickly, often as result of injury or poisoning. But most kidney diseases destroy nephrons slowly and silently. It may take years for damage to become apparent.

Out of the above, the most of the common reason to develop kidney disease is Diabetes and High Blood Pressure. Diabetic Nephropathy that keeps body from using sugar, as it should. If sugar stays in blood instead of breaking down, it can act like a poison. Damage to nephrons from unused sugar in blood is called diabetic nephropathy. If one keeps blood sugar levels within range, there is a possibility to delay or prevent diabetic nephropathy.

High Blood Pressure may damage small blood vessels in kidneys. Damaged vessels cannot filter poisons from blood as they are supposed to. Inherited and Congenital Kidney Diseases result from hereditary factors.

A number of things can cause kidney failure, but post renal acute renal failure in particular is caused by anything that interferes with the flow of urine out of your kidneys. All of the blood in your body goes through the kidneys, where waste is usually filtered out and excreted from the body as urine. However, in people with post renal acute renal failure, something interrupts the urine flow from the kidneys, which means waste can’t be filtered or disposed of correctly and waste builds up in the blood. Usually, post renal acute renal failure is caused by some kind of obstruction in the bladder or its related passageways. Kidney stones or tumors in the ureters (the tubes connecting your kidneys to your bladder) can block waste from passing into the bladder. Also, anything that causes an obstruction in the bladder itself, such as an enlarged prostate, a bladder stone, or a blood clot, may stop urine from properly passing out of the kidneys and through the bladder.

Polycystic kidney disease (PKD) is a genetic disorder in which many cysts develop in kidneys. These cysts may slowly replace much of mass of kidneys, reducing kidney function and leading to kidney failure. A child may grow unusually slowly, may vomit often, or may have back or side pain. Some kidney diseases may be “silent” for months or even years. The first sign of a kidney problem may be high blood pressure, low number of red blood cells (anemia) or blood or protein in urine. Some hereditary kidney diseases may not be detected until adulthood.

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2 thoughts on “Why Do Kidneys Fail?

  1. Suresh Kumar says:

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