A person who’s had a kidney transplant may develop signs of the disease, and can develop symptoms over time, including a loss of appetite, weakness, or weight loss.
There are two main symptoms that can occur with chronic kidney failure:The first is a loss in urine and stool volume.
People with chronic renal failure have a reduced urine volume, and a loss is often described as a “dry, sticky” smell.
The second symptom is a lack of appetite.
The disease affects about 4 to 10% of people with chronic failure, according to the Mayo Clinic.
Symptoms of chronic kidney loss: