fluid retention


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fluid retention

Edema, see there.
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| Avoid excess salt which promotes fluid retention. | Support socks and stockings are available but should be fitted properly (ask a pharmacist).
Substantial research showed that fluid retention is closely related to AQP2 and [alpha]ENaC proteins [6, 7], and in vitro experiments indicated that the expression of AQP2 and [alpha]ENaC is upregulated after PPAR[gamma] agonist treatment [8, 9].
A What you describe sounds like fluid retention, also known as edema, which can result from something as simple as excess salt in your diet.
A cardiologist who treated Sikandar had earlier told XPRESS: "To stop fluid retention, his heart needs to be treated but it is too weak.
These wastes and excess fluids, which normally get excreted, start building up in a patient's body leading to serious complications like swelling of arms and legs due to fluid retention, fluid retention in lungs, anemia, cardiovascular diseases, damage to central nervous system and kidney failure.
This causes fluid retention which disappears after the menstrual period.
Canned foods are high on sodium content which can lead to fluid retention in people undergoing dialysis.
Hormone imbalances, your genes, excess weight, circulation problems, inflammation, a sluggish lymphatic system, fluid retention and stress all play a part.
QMY GP won't give me water tablets for fluid retention - why not?
'Lauren', a 24 year old speech pathology graduate, presented with bilateral fluid retention in her ankles.
Versatile and portable, Portadam is a temporary cofferdam, water diversion or fluid retention system for use in open water up to 12 feet deep.
They noted that postrenal acute renal failure can lead to acute pulmonary edema as a result of fluid retention and cardiac arrest from hyperkalemia (excess potassium).