Symptoms of kidney damage are typically very subtle, and by the time you notice them, there is usually already serious harm done. It is also possible to lose as much as 90% of kidney function without having any overt symptoms as stated by Jeremy Allen, DO, a board-certified family practitioner with American Family Care. Here are what to look out for preventive measures:

- Weight gain and swelling from fluid buildup (edema)
- Urinating less than normal
- Your energy levels to plummet
- Feeling nauseated, having trouble thinking clearly or losing your appetite
- Rising blood pressure
- Having palpitations (due to potassium buildup)

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