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At what stage or condition would someone be enforced on hospice?

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Do people have pain w/ kidney diseases and where?

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Severe foot pain: what can be done?

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I have stage 3 CKD. How long does it take to reach dialysis stage?

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what does stage 3 kidney mean

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Is gluten bad for kidney disease(stage 4) & how can I eliminate it from our diet?

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My husand takes a lot of very strong pain med, is he at risk for kidney failure?

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want to know about stages of kidney disease

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a cyst is building on the kidney, how serious or dangerous is it?

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Where might a health care provider find more information about diet for kidney disease when on duty?

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On my last visit to my Doctor, he mentioned my bun test has changed from 40 to a 30, in 18 months.

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How long can a person live with their kidney operating at 5%?

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Is Kidney Disease and Kidney Cancer the same thing?

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In the last few days, I have been itching up a storm! ALL OVER. No bugs. Is this from my CKD?

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How many people get ESRD and require dialysis for the first time in their lives?

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I'm diabetic and was diagnosed with stage 1 kidney disease.

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Am I at risk for kidney disease?

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My son had one kidney removed and has been diagnosed with stage 3 kidney cancer.

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Is itchy skin common with nephrogenic diabetes insipidus and what to do about it?

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Can exposure to radar cause kidney disease?

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Can I care for my mother at home with kidney disease? She is 88.

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i have stage 3 diease in my right kidney stage one in my left ,how many stages are there

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my doctor just gave me the results of my bloodwork and tests .

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Could I have a Kidney problem

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what about agent orange ?

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how long does a transplant take? what is the out of work time for the donor?

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I am a diabetic with 50% kidney function, what are my options at this point?

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my urine creatinine is 1.35. what does this mean?

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My doctor said I am in an early stage of kidney disease, but my kidneys don’t hurt. Does that mean he might be wrong?

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Is there only one kidney disease, or are there many types of kidney disease?

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