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In most cases, there are no symptoms or signs pointing to CKD. So a routine blood test is the most common way of diagnosing CKD. 

  • Hypertension.
  • Anemia.
  • Fatigue or tiredness.
  • Decreased urine output. 
  • Bloody urine, in some cases.
  • Dark urine, in some cases.
  • Family history of kidney disease.
  • Being older.
  • Having obesity.
  • Having heart disease.
  • Having sustained previous damage to the kidneys.
  • Taking medications that can harm the kidneys.

Stage 1- GFR > 90 with kidney damage

Stage 2- GFR 60-89 with kidney damage

Stage 3- GFR 30-59

Stage 4- GFR 15-29

Stage 5 - GFR < 15

GFR= Glomerular filtration rate (how much the kidneys are filtering)

Kidney damage may present as protein or blood in the urine; or damage on imaging.

Our methods are backed up by science. And they have helped thousands of people over the years and in many countries improve their kidney function and avoid dialysis or transplant.

We're confident that it can help you too.

If you're ready to take charge of your health and improve your kidney function, sign up for our course today. We'll show you how easy it is to reverse CKD with my simple, natural methods.

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