The symptoms look different when the disorder is in kidneys. The person may notice: blood when he or she urinates as well as more frequent visits to WC; blood pressure much higher than it should be; burning sensation when trying to pee; harsh ache in the back; swelling sensation in the extremities. In some severe cases, the patient ends up with the internal bleeding in lungs or kidneys, depending on the main area of injury.
The secondary symptoms more dangerous, signs to show up – visit the closest hospital to see whether it is the Goodpasture’s syndrome. There are several useful examinations that help to detect the problem:
Analysis of urine. The doctors should check protein and red blood cells level to evaluate the health of our kidneys. Blood exam. Are there any harmful antibodies? Biopsy refers to the examination when the health care provider grabs a tiny sample of tissue. He or she defines whether the harmful antibodies are present. It’s a perfect way to test kidney in any situation. Chest X-ray. The doctors usually try to detect the abnormal white patches. Conduct this test only if you suspect your lungs to be damaged.