A study showing why women develop kidney disease after thirty

A study showing why women develop kidney disease after thirty

A study showing why women develop kidney disease after thirty

A recent study conducted by researchers at the “Manipal Banner” Medical Center in India revealed the reasons for the increased chances of women after the age of thirty developing kidney diseases and problems, and how they can be confronted and prevented.

The study indicated, according to the Indian newspaper “timesofindia”, that hormonal changes, dietary habits and genetic predisposition contribute to the formation of kidney stones, whose symptoms include back and abdominal pain and the appearance of blood in the urine.

She added that urinary tract infections occur in women due to the entry of bacteria into the urinary tract, which leads to infection, as symptoms include: a burning sensation during urination, frequent urination, bloody urine, and pelvic pain.

She pointed out that the most common kidney problems and diseases can be prevented, by following a healthy diet, drinking plenty of water, and avoiding eating salty, fatty and spicy foods.

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