Following are given the early signs and symptoms of the kidney cancer, which you need to keep in mind. The appearance of these symptoms doesn’t not mean that you have a kidney cancer. But these symptoms help you to keep you safe from upcoming major problems.
– Red, light pink and Cola colored blood in the urine
– Regular and recurrent backache
– If your are losing weight gradually
– Exhaust or lethargic feelings
– Sporadic fever and vomiting with night perspires
– Formations of larger amount of kidney mass in the abdominal region
– Swelling in the legs, ankles and arms
– Pain in genitals
– Feeling pain while urination
– Uneven sleeps
– Headaches and confused stat of brain
– Loss of edema (serum protein ‘Albumin’)
– Signs of anemia due to lack of red blood cells
– Hair loss due to malnutrition
– Infection in kidney tissues
– Toxicity due to consumption of drug
– Difficulty in breathing
– Wetting up of beds
– Unwanted and unpredicted depression
Orthostatic hypotension (OSH) is condition in which the postural changes (lying to sitting or standing) that results to a decrease in one’s blood pressure causing dizziness. According to some medical literature, the decrease can be greater than 30mmHg from the average of 120/80mmHg in a healthy adult.
Our body is so programmed that it has blood vessels that constrict in the lower extremities to keep the blood pressure and make certain adequate perfusion in our body organs, especially heart and brain during standing up or getting up from lying position. Due to prolonged immobility sessions, the response from blood vessels becomes inactive. As a result blood pressure drops and perfusion is compromised, person feel light-headed or faint in many cases. To compensate and protect the brain from inadequate supply of blood, the heart rate increases. There are many other symptoms which can be caused due to OSH like the malfunction in the autonomic nervous system, diabetes, dysautonomia, and atherosclerosis. It can either be as a response to some drug side affects like in case of alpha blockers (vasodilators), diuretics and analgesics. Orthostatic hypotension signs increases with age.
Orthostatic hypotension can be controlled in a number of ways. There are certain medications to maintain the fluid and improve constriction of the blood vessels. Proper hydration can also be of great help. You can manage orthostatic hypotension by rising slowly from bed, gently sloping on your sides and sitting up calmly and eventually hanging or dangle your feet down to bed. This can help to give ample time to blood vessels to constrict well.