David Scott family had a history of migraine and he too had it. At the age of 30, the migraines were more frequent. He was vomiting a lot, couldn’t sleep, was often thirsty, had blurry vision and was fighting chronic fatigue. Shortly, Scott was diagnosed with end-stage renal failure, a total shutdown of his kidneys. His blood pressure was too high that doctors were surprised he hadn’t had a stroke yet. He needed a kidney at the earliest and would require many long hours of dialysis. With advancement in research, medications to treat kidney disease and ways to diagnose the disease earlier, the options for treatment and management of the disease have improved.
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