Kidney diseases kill approximately 2 million people annually, according to World Heath Organization.
Kidney is one of the most important organ in the body. It's important in excretion of harmful metabolic products e.g urea and excess salt. According to scientists, there are some kidney diseases that may affect you without your knowledge.
In this article I will reveal some kidney diseases that may affect people without their knowledge since they are genetically inherited.
1)Polycystic Kidney Disease(PKD)
Polycystic Kidney Disease is an inherited disease that commonly affects both adults and children.
The disease may not be noticeable since at it's early stages it has no visible symptoms. As the disease develops, a person may have high blood pressure, back and side pain and, swollen abdomen. It's common for people to have PKD disease for a long time without their knowledge.
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