Renal (kidney) complications

Eating disorders can adversely impact renal [kidney] function in several ways. Continuous medical monitoring should include frequent urinalysis and blood serology studies for all patients. Indications of renal complications include: changes in urination, generalized fatigue, skin rash or itching, paleness, loss of appetite, swelling among other signs and symptoms.

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