Kidney Pain Symptoms and Causes
Urology

Kidney Pain Symptoms and Causes

    Kidney Pain Symptoms and Causes

    Kidneys are vital organs located near the spine. They filter blood and produce urine. Learn about kidney pain symptoms and causes here!

    Kidney pain is often caused by an infection in the urinary tract, which includes the bladder and ureters. Other possible causes include stones, tumors, cysts, and inflammation.

     

    Kidney Stones

    Kidney stones are small pieces of mineral deposits that form inside the kidneys. Most people who develop kidney stones pass them without treatment. However, some people need medical intervention to remove the stones.

     

    Kidney Infection

    If you notice any of these signs and symptoms, see your doctor immediately. You should also tell him or her about any other symptoms you might be having. These include fever, chills, nausea, vomiting, stomach cramps, backache, joint pain, and fatigue.

     

    Kidney Cancer

    A kidney tumor is a type of cancer that starts in one of the kidneys. It usually grows slowly and does not spread to other parts of the body. However, some tumors do spread to nearby tissues and organs. This is called metastasis.

     

    Kidney Failure

    If you suspect that you have kidney failure, contact your doctor immediately. He or she will perform tests to determine whether you need treatment. There are several options available to treat kidney failure. These include dialysis, transplantation, medication, and dietary changes.

     

    Kidney Disease

    Kidney disease is a condition where there is damage to the kidneys. This damage can cause serious complications such as high blood pressure, anemia, and fluid retention. It also makes it difficult for the body to remove toxins and waste products.

    The content of the page is for informational purposes only, please consult your doctor for diagnosis and treatment.