10 Signs Your Kidneys Are in Big Trouble

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Sign: Fever

Bladder infections don’t normally cause a fever; running a temperature could indicate the infection has traveled up to your kidneys. Certain types of kidney stones can also cause infections—and fevers. “When the kidney gets obstructed, it can lead to fever because there can be backup of urine and that can lead to an infection,” says Dr. Coogan.

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