There is a connection between kidney disease and hepatitis B. without a good control of the progression, hepatitis B can lead to kidney problems. While, people with kidney failure may get hepatitis B from hemodialysis, via blood infection. Thereby, it is necessary to know symptoms of kidney disease caused by hepatitis B. when you start to realize the symptoms, you’d better to talk with doctors for further diagnosis and treatment.
Firstly, let’s talk about why hepatitis B trigger kidney problem? Hepatitis B is not only a liver problem, even it may start from liver function decline. If it can be treated well, it presents as only liver disease. However, without a proper and timely medical management, the complex of hepatitis B virus may build up in kidneys, which cause kidney damage.
What are the symptoms of kidney disease caused by hepatitis B?
In normal condition, people many find the foams in urine. However, the bubbles will go away by their own within 20 seconds. However, for people with kidney disease caused by hepatitis B, the bubbles will last for a longer time due to the leakage of protein from your body.
Blood in urine
When you are experiencing a hepatitis B associated kidney disease, you may see blood in your urine. The urine presents as meat-washing water. But in some cases, the blood cells are not visible. But under the microscope, the doctors can find the blood cells in your urine. Besides, you may feel painful when you are peeing.
In addition, other symptoms may also follows, such as back pain, fatigue, swelling.
Actually, hepatitis B is not the only trigger for kidney problems, other hepatitis, such as hepatitis C, also can lead to kidney disease. Thereby, people with chronic hepatitis are suggested to take medical test on kidney function every half year. What tests to choose, you can leave your medical condition below and you will get a to-test-list within 24 hours. Or just email to firstname.lastname@example.org