Can Dehydration Cause Kidney Problems?

Q:

Can dehydration cause kidney problems?

 

A:

Dehydration can cause kidney failure, but this kind of kidney problem can be treated well if detected and treated in the initial stage. For people with kidney failure caused by dehydration, besides the common symptoms of dehydration, he or she may also suffer from bubbly urine, poor appetite, nausea, vomiting, insomnia, itching skin, muscle cramp and poor concentration, etc.

 

 

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