How early symptoms of nephritis

How to look at the early symptoms of nephritis? Men and women in how the early symptoms of nephritis, there is a certain difference. Nephritis early symptoms in addition to latent nephritis, other nephritis early symptoms are a common characteristic, that is, facial swelling.
How to look at the early symptoms of nephritis?
Edema is one of the first symptom of nephritis, face, and then spread to the lower extremity. Sometimes the eyelids, hands and feet will have the swelling, edema is the first symptom in most nephritis, the first since the facial, and then spread to the lower extremities, severe eyes open, eyes closed, fist, walk to both the swelling of the eyelids, hands and feet. Next, look at the early symptoms of male
Many of the early symptoms of female nephritis with early symptoms of nephritis in the general case is very similar, such as proteinuria, hematuria, edema, hypertension, decreased renal size, renal dysfunction, renal damage was irreversible, all end-stage renal bad cases, about 60% is caused by female nephritis.
Nephritis of the early symptoms of the contents of nephritis patients. Early treatment to avoid nephritis, renal failure, the occurrence of uremia.
Early symptoms of male nephritis oliguria. Sometimes with edema at the same time, some hematuria, generally middle-aged men in this case multiple. Acute and progressive glomerulonephritis, oliguria and edema appear, and dark urine, daily urine output may be less than 400 ml, individual patients and even anuria. Otherwise about 1/3 of patients with hematuria to the naked eye can be found urine Secheng tea color, generally last for several days or even weeks. Rapidly progressive glomerulonephritis with oliguria characteristics, accompanied by nausea, fatigue, and loss of appetite, early onset of symptoms. The class nephritis multiple violations of the middle-aged men. Urine of chronic nephritis, the proportion is low.
Patients with rapidly progressive glomerulonephritis in 1 to 3 weeks before the disease often have respiratory or skin infections as a symptom, such as rapidly progressive pharyngitis, tonsillitis, gum abscess, scarlet fever, chicken pox, measles, skin abscess.The majority of the chronic nephritis without a history of rapidly progressive glomerulonephritis or streptococcal infection, and for this reason is difficult to determine.Latent nephritis with chronic nephritis, usually no acute, chronic nephritis, or kidney disease history.