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6 Conditions K

Kawasaki disease

Symptoms Include:
Temperature | Rash | Glands up | Redness


Kawasaki disease is an uncommon disease that affects mostly children under the age of five. Mucocutaneous lymph node syndrome is another name for it. If your child is sick and exhibits the symptoms listed, see your doctor.

Keratosis pilaris

Symptoms Include:
Dry skin | Lumps | Itch


Keratosis pilaris is a harmless skin disorder that causes little bumps to form on your skin. It might last a long time, but there are several things you can do to help your skin look better. Keratosis pilaris is usually treated without medical intervention.

Kidney cancer

Symptoms Include:
Blood in urine | Pain | Tiredness | Fatigue | Weight loss


One of the most frequent types of cancer in the United Kingdom is kidney cancer, often known as renal cancer. Adults in their 60s and 70s are most commonly affected. If you have any of the symptoms listed below, you should see your doctor. Even if you don’t think you have cancer, it’s a good idea to have your symptoms looked out for.


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Kidney infection

Symptoms Include:
Pain | Peeing more | Temperature | Nausea


A kidney infection is a painful, unpleasant illness usually caused by bacteria travelling from your bladder into one or both of your kidneys.


Related Conditions:
Blood in urine (haematuria)

Kidney stones

Symptoms Include:
Pain | Blood in urine | Nausea | Peeing more


Kidney stones can form in either one or both of the kidneys. They’re really common. They primarily afflict persons in their forties and fifties. Kidney stones are discussed on this page, along with their symptoms, causes, and treatment options.


Related Conditions:
Blood in urine (haematuria)

Knee pain

Symptoms Include:
Pain | Swelling


Knee discomfort is frequently treatable at home. In a few days, you should start to feel better. If the pain is severe or persists for an extended period of time, you should consult a doctor.


Related Conditions:
Joint pain