- Understanding Chronic Kidney Disease
- Kidney Disease Stages
- What to Expect with CKD
- Managing Kidney Disease
- Understanding Acute Kidney Injury
- How Kidneys Work
- Take a FREE CLASS on Kidney Disease
Chronic Kidney Disease Stage 2—Early Stage CKD
Kidney damage with mild loss of kidney function, eGFR of 89–60
- Identify and treat any underlying conditions, including high blood pressure, diabetes and/or infection.
- Slow down the progression of chronic kidney disease (CKD) to reduce the risk of complications.
What you can do:
- At stage 2 kidney disease, see your primary care physician (PCP) regularly to monitor your health. Ask for your current eGFR and monitor your rate regularly.
- Learn all you can about chronic kidney disease—and consider taking a class.
- Make healthy lifestyle choices—quit smoking, exercise, eat well, reduce stress and get enough sleep.
- Take all medications exactly as prescribed and talk to your PCP before taking any
- Check out additional resources for CKD information.
- Get support from your family, friends, doctor and your counselor (if you have one).
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