Is there a chance of any complications? And if there are certain risks, when they will most probably show up? To begin with, the complications are always serious when it comes to uremia. Sometimes, it is only possible to solve the problem by implementing complicated and time-consuming treatment like dialysis or transplant. Often, there is no way to avoid surgery.

Some people suffer more (e.g., those diagnosed with diabetes or kidney stones/failure). Mind the cardiovascular problems and possible heart attacks when evaluating the complications. The imbalance of vitamins might lead to complications as well. You may be surprised, but such common thing as depression along with other mental disorders may cause complications of uremia. The final reason for complications to happen is amyloidosis, which makes the joints suffer from severe pain due to the stored fluid.