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Bernadette Korey


Are puffy eyes a symptom of kidney disease?

Can puffy eyes a sign of kidney disease? Or what does it mean? How can i reduce it?
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  • Josh


    Yes, puffy eyes can be a sign of kidney disease. Kidney disease can cause some inflammations in your body, puffy eyes is just one of the result of the inflammations. You can use Anti-Inflammatory creams and cucumbers to reduce it. Also, you can gently tap your puffy eyelids, which can help built-up fluid release and drain.
  • Trinity rose


    Well, yes, puffy eyes can be a sign of kidney disease. According to some researches, kidney disease can just lead to some eye problems. For example, some chronic kidney problems can cause your dark circles under your eyes. Or puffy eyes can occur because of it. For this situation, you can just have some warm compresses on your eyes. And just repeat it for many times. And then, it will just do a good job for your eyes. Also, you can just take some foods which are rich in vitamin a. or just do and see the eye doctor.