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Kidney Cancer Signs You Should Know About

 Kidney Cancer Signs You Should Know About
Blood in the urine and shedding a lot of weight, feeling a persistent sense of tiredness and suffering from constant back aches are common symptoms of kidney cancer. Tumors caused by kidney cancer may lead to electrolyte and calcium imbalances and anemia.

The good news is that kidney cancer is something you can prevent, provided it’s detected in its early stages. However, most of us aren’t aware of the signs and symptoms and usually end up ignoring the problem till it festers and eventually becomes chronic.

Unless you want that happening, here are 5 not too evident, nevertheless important signs that you may want to be aware of.

 Kidney Cancer Signs You Need To Know About

 Red Urine
Passing blood through your urine is the first sign of kidney cancer. If in this stage, the blood running out through your pee is bright colored and looks fresh, it means there’s a lot of bleeding. If on the other hand, it’s a darker shade, it means the bleeding is slow and that the blood has had enough time to oxidize. Therefore, the color of the blood can’t be a reliable clue.

Back And Sides Start To Hurt
Any kind of discomfort or pressure in the back or sides can be a sign of kidney cancer. When this happens, it usually means that the kidneys have enlarged in size and it pressing into the neighboring tissues to cause you that pain.

Also, interestingly enough, many people have to go through an MRI or a CT scan to find out the cause of their back or side or even abdominal pain only to learn about having kidney cancer. In most of these cases, it is actually some other issue that is causing this pain and discovery of the kidney tumor is purely incidental.

Always Feeling Tired

As is the case with most many other diseases, a feeling of constant fatigue and weariness is linked with kidney cancer.

As is the case with most many other diseases, a feeling of constant fatigue and weariness is linked with kidney cancer. Since this is a symptom that may be associated with so many diseases and infections, there is no reason you should panic thinking you have kidney cancer just because you’re feeling lethargic and low. However, if you continue to feel wiped out, do consult a doctor to find out what the real cause is.

 Shedding Lots Of Weight

Kidney damage can manifest itself in the form of loss of appetite, which in turn, can result in weight loss.Your kidneys are an integral part of the digestive system and help facilitate digestion and metabolism. If your kidneys suffer damage, it could interfere with your ability to break down, soak up, and get rid of food waste. This could manifest itself in the form of loss of appetite, which in turn, can result in weight loss. However, once again, this is a non-specific symptom and could also be the symptom of autoimmune disorders. So if you’re worried about losing weight far too rapidly, visit a doctor and see what he says.

Imbalanced Blood Composition

Tumors caused by kidney cancer may lead to electrolyte or calcium imbalances, anemia, and various other blood-related issues.

Tumors caused by kidney cancer may lead to electrolyte or calcium imbalances, anemia, and various other blood-related issues. At the risk of being annoyingly repetitive, this symptom is not specific to kidney cancer, and even if it does turn up kidney cancer is probably not the most likely cause.

P:S with all these signs seek medical advice

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