What are kidney cysts?

The kidneys remove waste from your blood. They do this by filtering the blood and making urine. As people get older, sacs filled with fluid can form in the kidneys. These sacs are called “cysts.” They are usually small, oval or round thin-walled sacs with watery fluid in them.

Symptoms of kidney cysts

If you have kidney cysts, you may have these symptoms:

1. Pain on your side between your ribs and your hip.

2. Pain in your belly or back.

3. A fever.

4. Frequent urination.

5. Blood in your urine or dark urine.

If you’re having any of these symptoms, you should contact Urologist doctor.