Treatment for Childhood Kidney Problems

“Children Respond to Medicines and Treatments related to Kidney differently than Adults.”

The way to get the best Kidney Problems treatments for children is through research designed specifically for them.

If the early symptoms are ignored or left untreated, it can lead to serious kidney problems.

Swelling over body/ puffy eyes

​You may see swelling around your child’s eyes in the morning. Often, that’s the first sign. As time passes, the swelling may last all day, and you may see swelling in your child’s ankles, feet or belly.

Children of all ages can develop nephrotic syndrome. But the condition most often affects children who are 2 to 7 years old.

Protein leak / Blood Leak in Urine

Healthy kidneys do not remove proteins and other important nutrients, which pass through and return to your blood. But when Kidneys are damaged, they may let this protein leak into your urine.

The leaking of protein and blood cells into urine signals serious problem to the kidney

Bed Wetting

Passage of urine in the undergarments either in day or night time beyond the age of 5 years may indicate some problem.

​Bedwetting in children could be linked to kidney disease.

Excessive Urination

Children who produce excessive amounts of urine also need to urinate frequently, these two symptoms are often considered together.

Certain kidney disorders or kidney damage may led to urinate excessively and the disorders also decrease the amount of fluid reabsorbed by the kidneys.

Urinary tract Infection / Kidney Infection

Most often in a UTI, the linings of bladder, urethra, ureters, and kidneys become red and swollen.

Children may complain of pain in the low stomach area or back, or Urinate often or may cry when he or she urinates, or complain that it hurts to urinate and pass only a few drops.

Non-Healing Ricket

If a child has a bone deformity caused by rickets, such as bowed legs or curvature of the spine it may occurs due to Kidney Problem.

When kidneys don’t properly work, it alters the Vit D action on bones despite adequate levels. Specific kidney related management leads to healing of rickets.

Kidney Stone

The pain of a kidney stone may last for a short or long time or may come and go in waves. Along with pain, a child may have Nausea & Vomiting, Other symptoms include Fever & Chills.

Kidney stones are a risk factor for CKD, and studies are warranted to assess screening and preventive measures for CKD in stone formers.

Pediatric Hypertension

A child is diagnosed with hypertension when their average blood pressure is higher when measured multiple times over three visits or more.

Kidney disease is a main cause of high blood pressure and hypertension in children, there is a high risk that these children may eventually have heart problems and a worsening of CKD.

Short Stature with High urea & Creatinine

Kidneys play an important role in a child’s growth, when the kidneys are damaged, growth can be slowed.

Risk for poor growth in children increases when the loss of kidney function is more severe.

Kidney Failure

Kidney failure is when your kidneys have stopped working well enough for you to survive without dialysis or a kidney transplant. Kidneys have lost their ability to filter waste from your blood.

Kidney failure is usually caused by other health problems that have damaged your kidneys little by little for many years.

Decreased urine output

Decreased urine output, or no urine output, may occurs in the setting of Kidney failure and urinary obstruction.

As the kidneys fail or are compromised in their ability to function, the kidneys lose the ability to regulate fluids and electrolytes and to remove waste products from the body.

Acute Kidney Injury

Acute kidney injury (AKI) is where your kidneys suddenly stop working properly. It can range from minor loss of kidney function to complete kidney failure.

AKI normally happens as a complication of another serious illness. It’s not the result of a physical blow to the kidneys.