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What do you understand by Kidney Cancer?

Renal cancer, commonly known as kidney cancer, is a cancer that begins in the kidneys. Cancer is a disease in which cells in the body grow uncontrollably and create a tumor. Renal cell carcinoma is the most prevalent form of kidney cancer among adults. Wilms’ tumor is the most common type of kidney cancer in children.

Symptoms Observe During Kidney Cancer-

  • Anemia
  • Blood in urination
  • Swelling in your ankles or legs
  • Continual or escalating side pain
  • A lump in the side or abdomen
  • Weight loss that occurs without explanation
  • Having less hunger than usual
  • Long-lasting fever that is not caused by a cold or another illness.
  • Feeling really exhausted

Kidney cancer that has progressed to other organs might produce other symptoms, such as:

  • Difficulty in taking a deep breath
  • Expelling blood
  • Ache in the bones


How can I tell if I have a Kidney Cancer?

Occasionally, kidney cancer is discovered during examinations for other diseases, prior to the onset of symptoms.

  • In addition to other exams, a physical examination that measures your height and weight, takes your blood pressure, and listens to your heart.
  • Blood tests to determine the functionality of your kidneys
  • Urine tests to detect blood or other indications of a problem
  • Tests such as an ultrasound, CT scan, x-ray, or MRI are used to examine the kidneys.
  • A kidney biopsy is a process in which a little bit of your kidneys is removed and examined under a microscope.

If these tests reveal that you have kidney cancer, you will need to see a doctor to discuss your treatment choices and choose a course of action.

Prevention From Kidney Cancer-

It is not always feasible to avoid kidney cancer; however, you can reduce your risk by taking the following measures:

  • Stop smoking and tobacco use.
  • Maintain a healthy weight. Discuss with your doctor what a healthy weight for you would be.
  • Follow your treatment plan if you have hypertension. If you are taking blood pressure medication, take it exactly as prescribed by your doctor and do not skip doses.

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