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Tiredness, headache, lower back pain, light headed. Are these related to any kidney disease ?

I ve been feeling really tired the past 8 months. I was under a lot of stress and just assumed it to be that. As time s gone on I ve noticed some other symptoms. my ankles get a little swollen at work (I m not extremely over wieght or anything). My lower back started hurting. I ve also noticed over the past three months that I go to the bathroom a lot more and my urins been really clear. More recently I ve been feeling light-headed and unable to focus. I keep trying to tell myself it s just stress and for the most part I ve ingnored it, I m just a little concerned because none of the symptoms have gone away.
Asked On : Thu, 27 Jan 2011
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hi welcome to HealthcareMAGIC forum
from the problems you have mentioned it seems that you should consult a physician as soon as possible and get yourself checked up
diagnosis is possible only after clinical examination and investigations
wishing you a good health
Answered: Thu, 27 Jan 2011
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