Chronic Kidney Infection Symptoms

Chronic kidney infection symptoms shows that kidney infection has progressed into advance stage and that the person suffering chronic kidney infection could damaged the kidney permanently if not treated as soon as possible and life at risk. The 2 most common bacteria that cause kidney infection are glomerulonephritis and pyelo-nephritis. Strep infection is one of the common cause of glomerulonephritis, while pyelo-nephritis could be cause by any other organisms which causes lower UTI (urinary tract infection).

Chronic kidney infection Symptoms

Chronic kidney infection symptoms normally will display some of the less severe urinary tract infection symptoms (UTI). Chronic kidney infection symptoms include foul smelling urine, cloudy urine, pain when urinating and the need to urinate frequently.  While the below shows the real chronic kidney infection symptoms.

High Fever

A high fever could be lead indicator of a severe kidney infection symptom. NIH (National Institutes of Health) advices that severe kidney infection could cause the body temperatures to exceed 102 degrees and this will last for some days.

Night Sweats and chills

People suffer from chronic kidney infection will also experience chills which will cause the sufferer’s body to shake, and followed by sweating at night.

Vomiting & Nausea

NIH (National Institutes of Health) has also found out that the symptoms of kidney infection which include vomiting with feeling nausea could indicate the infection has already spread to kidneys and has progressed severely.

Back Pain

Chronic kidney infections will also cause intense back pain on the lower. The whole area near groin may also suffer the painful effect.

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