What are the symptoms seen in kidney failure patients? The symptoms vary based on the degree of kidney failure. The most common symptoms of kidney failure are as follows:

Reduced urine volume

Swelling (edema)

Not enough urine is produced as the kidneys do not filter the blood. When urine is not produced, the excess fluid accumulates in the body. Swelling occurs in feet, ankles, legs and eyelids.

Dyspnea (shortness of breath)

Lethargy, tiredness, fatigue

Nausea

Seizure

Coma