When is a Kidney test required? A Kidney test is necessary when you have the symptoms of Kidney Disorder or Kidney Failure. It includes diabetes, urinary tract infection, high blood pressure, excessive painkillers, and kidney stones. What are the common symptoms of Kidney Disorder or Kidney Failure? Blood or pain while passing urine, frequent urination, swelling of hands and feet are common symptoms.
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NO, you do not require to fast. A function test will take the measurements of kidney, thyroid, and liver functions, it also includes the blood counts, and it doesn’t require any fasting. However, fasting is necessary for accurate results before the standard glucose tests (blood sugar) and triglycerides (part of the lipid, or cholesterol, panel).
Various disorders such as diabetes or high blood pressure can affect your kidney function. A kidney function test is essential to rule out the possibility of an infection. Kidney function tests include blood tests or urine tests. Typically, you will get your results within 24 hours to 48 hours.
There are various signs and symptoms of acute kidney failure:
fluid retention (it causes swelling in your legs, feet, and ankles). Decreased urine output (it only happens occasionally, but urine output remains normal). It includes fatigue, shortness of breath, nausea, confusion, irregular heartbeat, and weakness.