Category Kidney

Kidney pain - causes and therapy
Kidney

Kidney pain - causes and therapy

Kidney pain is felt to the left and right of the spine approximately in the area between the twelfth thoracic vertebra and the third lumbar vertebra. They are also described as flank pain and can occur on one or both sides. In view of the symptoms, many affected people mistakenly think of back pain or complaints of the musculoskeletal system instead of a kidney disease.

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Kidney

Increased creatinine levels

Increased blood creatinine levels indicate kidney problems. If kidney disease is suspected, creatinine is always checked. Creatinine Creatine is the form of excretion of creatine. Creatine is important for muscle contraction and is also found in the muscles. What muscle mass a person has, what kind of life he leads, how old he is and how he eats, all of this affects the amount of creatine.
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Kidney

Kidney pain - causes and therapy

Kidney pain is felt to the left and right of the spine approximately in the area between the twelfth thoracic vertebra and the third lumbar vertebra. They are also described as flank pain and can occur on one or both sides. In view of the symptoms, many affected people mistakenly think of back pain or complaints of the musculoskeletal system instead of a kidney disease.
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Kidney

Bladder pain - causes, symptoms and therapy

When the bladder hurts, we usually notice it directly above the pubic bone, or, much more unpleasantly, in the entire lower abdomen. Bladder pain can have different reasons. The treatment of the complaints is also diverse: the bladder lies on the pelvic floor and collects the urine. At more than 350 milliliters, we feel the urge to urinate, but a healthy bladder also stores up to a liter.
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Kidney

Kidney bruise - causes, symptoms and therapy

Bruised kidney treatments and signs Compared to many other kidney diseases, which can sometimes be life-threatening, a kidney bruise (kidney contusion) in most cases only means minor lesions that can be easily resolved by suitable treatment measures.
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