Your eGFR is above 90ml/min (normal) but some other tests suggest you may have some kidney damage – for example, you have protein in your wee.
How you might feel: As your kidneys are still working well, you’re unlikely to have symptoms. But some people have high blood pressure, some swelling in their hands and feet and urinary tract infections.
How doctors will treat you: They’ll try to slow down kidney damage for as long as possible. That will probably involve making sure underlying conditions, like high blood pressure and diabetes, are well managed. You may also be given lifestyle advice to help you support your kidneys.