When your kidneys stop functioning on their own, you may have renal failure in one or both of them. Acute renal injury, diabetes, and high blood pressure are among the causes. Fatigue, nausea, vomiting, oedema, irregular bowel movements, and mental fog are among the symptoms. Dialysis or a kidney transplant are options for treatment. When one or both of your kidneys are failing to work properly on their own, you have renal failure. Acute kidney failure can occur suddenly and be transient. In other cases, it's a chronic (long-term) illness that deteriorates gradually. The most serious stage of renal disease is kidney failure. Without treatment, it is lethal. You might make it through a few days or weeks without treatment if you have kidney failure. The kidneys are around the size of your fist, bean-shaped organs. They are positioned toward your back, beneath your ribs. The majority of people have two functioning kidneys, but if your single kidney is in good condition, you can survive with only one.


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