Chronic Renal Failure the progressive loss in kidney function over a period of time. It generally occurs as the result of a disease. Symptoms include weight loss, reduced appetite, general feeling of unwellness, nausea/vomiting, fatigue, headache, change in urination patterns, excessive thirst, and nail abnormalities. Controlling the associated disease will treat Chronic Renal Failure as well as dialysis, kidney transplants, monitoring food and liquid intake and medication.
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