Your eGFR is 60-89ml/min, plus you have some other signs of kidney damage. Tests may show protein and blood in your wee, and kidney damage may show in a test like an ultrasound or CT scan.
How you might feel: Your kidneys should still be able to filter your blood so you may not notice any signs of a problem. But, as in stage 1, some people have a few of the tell-tale symptoms.
How doctors will treat you: Again, at this stage it’s all about slowing down the damage. This will mean keeping your blood pressure in a healthy range and managing your blood glucose if you have diabetes.