The waist is bad, is it the kidney?

  Many people think that poor waist is a kidney problem. The waist is not good, is the kidney really to blame? The following common kidney diseases can cause low back pain.
   Kidney tumors or cysts When a cyst or tumor increases in size, it will involve the renal capsule and renal pelvis, compressing the muscles of the posterior abdominal wall and lumbar nerves, etc., causing persistent pain or dull pain in the waist. When the pain becomes more and more obvious, you must seek medical attention in time to avoid bleeding and hematuria caused by tumor or cyst rupture. In severe cases, it can lead to severe anemia, decreased renal function, and even uremia and other serious consequences.
   Infectious kidney disease such as acute pyelonephritis, renal abscess, perirenal abscess, etc., the early symptoms are mostly low back pain on one side (mostly throbbing pain), aggravated by pressing and percussion, and there are signs of infection at the same time, such as fever and chills , dysuria and other symptoms.
   Kidney disease caused by glomerulopathy Acute glomerulonephritis or rapidly progressive nephritis may cause low back pain. Glomerulonephritis is usually caused by acute streptococcal infection caused by a cold or unhygienic diet. Some patients have eyelid or lower limb edema shortly after catching a cold, and foam in urine increases; some patients have hematuria or elevated blood pressure, and urine routine tests often indicate occult blood or protein with “+”; some patients have elevated biochemical serum creatinine .
   Because the glomeruli are inflamed, the kidneys will swell and expand, and the capsule around the kidneys will be pulled. This type of low back pain often manifests as persistent pain or dull pain in the waist and kidneys. If this kind of low back pain becomes more and more serious, accompanied by edema, high blood pressure, and increased urine foam, you must see a doctor in time to avoid rapidly progressive nephritis, which will lead to a sharp deterioration of renal function in a short period of time, and even develop into uremia.
   Kidney stones, renal tuberculosis, renal papillary necrosis and other necrotic tissues of the kidneys fall off and block the urinary tract, which can induce pain. At this time, it is mainly paroxysmal unilateral colic, radiating to the lower part, with severe pain, which is common in kidney stones, renal tuberculosis, and renal papillary necrosis.
  Low back pain is one of the distress signals sent by the kidneys, and timely examination should be performed for unexplained low back pain.