ibuprofen is filtered though the kidneys. If you have healthy kidneys, using it as directed on the bottle or by your doctor will not harm them. If you have a history of kidney problems, you should check with your doctor before using.
Vesicoureteral reflux causes damage to the kidneys in two ways:
Trichomoniasis does not damage the kidneys.
Not drinking enough liquids.
Renal damage is the same as kidney damage. Anytime you see the word "renal" it has to do with the kidneys.
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Yes. It can damage the kidneys.
No, they contain a toxin which can damage the kidneys.
If you look on the label of the most common over-the-counter painkillers (acetaminophen, aka Tylenol, and ibuprofin, aka Advil or Motrin IB) it says that too much ibuprofin can cause stomach bleeding, and too much acetaminophen can cause liver damage.
mostly a risk of diabetic & risk of hypertension may causes to kidney damage.
There is no evidence of protein intake causing kidney damage.
Signs of kidney damage can include blood in the urine, incontinence, and enlarged kidneys
Magic mushrooms have been shown to have negative effects on the kidneys. The effects of the mushrooms on the kidneys have ranged from damage to acute kidney failure.
Soft drinks do damage the kidneys because of all the caffeine they will have to work more harder and eventually they will stop working so DON'T DRINK TOO MUCH!
Alcohol can cause all kinds of damage to the kidneys. These effects can range from cell damage and enlargement of the kidneys to alcohols' impact of the various hormones that control kidney function. Alcohol creates an ionic imbalance in the body that can negatively affect many metabolic processes
Damage to the liver or the Kidneys may cause a build up of Bilirubin.
Amlodipine besylate has the potential to affect your kidneys. It is recommended while taking amlodipine besylate that renal function tests be performed regularly.
No it is not save it can damage the Kidneys
it can damage the kidneys