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  • 3 days ago

    Constant Urination

    Hi, I have having Constant urination for almost 5 months now. As soon as i drink water it comes out in 15 mins. What does this mean? I have checked for diabetics , but the test shown no sign of diabetics. Please do reply. Thanks.
  • 4 days ago

    Conditions That Can Affect Your Kidneys

    Your kidneys have a lot of work to do...They remove waste and extra fluids from your body, keep your salt and potassium levels in check, and produce hormones that make red blood cells and help keep your blood pressure under control. But as you may know, there are a number of health problems that can affect how well your kidneys work. See what they are, and how they can be treated, here:
  • 10 days ago

    kidneys, potassium citrate and osteoperosis

    i have kidney disease, had kidney stones a few years ago and the dr. put me on potassium citrate, 1080 mg, 3x a tests vary from test to test but i had run out of the potassium citrate and for some reason my test improved..i just had a bone marrow test which showed i have osteoperosis and was wondering if the potassium citrate has anything to do with that, thats it depleting calcium..
  • 11 days ago

    Surprising Things That Can Hurt Your Kidneys

    Could you be harming your kidneys without knowing it? For example, did you know that drinking two or more diet sodas a day could make you more likely to get kidney disease? See what other things could be hurting your kidneys: Which of these was most unexpected to you?
  • 18 days ago

    It's World Kidney Day! Here's How to Keep Your Kidneys Healthy

    March 9th is World Kidney Day, and this year’s theme is ‘Healthy Lifestyle for Healthy Kidneys.’ Your kidneys work hard for you, day in and day out, so it’s important that you’re taking good care of them. From shaking the salt habit to making sure you’re getting just the right amount of water, here are eight healthy lifestyle guidelines that can make a big difference in your kidney health: How many of these healthy habits are already a part of your routine?
  • 18 days ago

    Ketosis & Rhabdo

    Not sure if this is the correct message board for this or not. I have a history of rhabdomyolysis (2 episodes, 10 months apart), cause unknown. I've recently started the keto diet and have been noticing a few changes (including intermittent pain on L side of lower back, oily film on water after BM). After doing a little research, I've seen mentions of ketosis and rhabdo together, but nothing really substantial. Can the keto diet cause another episode of rhabdo? Should I be worried? *not experiencing....
  • 18 days ago

    Doctor is recommending removal of my kidney

    And I want to get as many opinions as I can before committing to this. A solid, fibrosis mass showed up on a CT scan. I had the biopsy a cpl weeks ago, but my urologist had to send the samples out to another lab for more testing. Anyway, was looking for some feedback on the biopsy results so far. Should I type out the biopsy results or scan the paperwork? Thanks in advance.
  • 23 days ago

    Kidney stones & infections

    When I go to the bathroom when I have a infection my hand tingle and hurt two dr has told me this has nothing to do with the infection but I know other ladies who complained With this also
  • 25 days ago


    Female 18, no serious health issues except anemia been having some abnormal liver and kidney results but nothing diagnosed, Also undiagnosed gastro pain and unexplained 20 pound weight loss in two months (now 120). Since first week on feb 2017 started to feel on and off extreme needle pain on the bottom of both my feet, I thought it might be symptom of my undiagnosed celiac disease so I ignored it. On the night of feb 23 2017 , with minimal walking all day, absolute no injuries was studying in library....
  • 25 days ago

    How Well Do You Know Your Kidneys?

    In honor of National Kidney Month, we thought we’d challenge you to see how much you really know about these bean-shaped organs. Take this quiz and let us know how you do below: Did anything surprise you?