fluid retention


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fluid retention

n. retención de líquido.
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His blood pressure was severely elevated, and he was suffering from a headache, light sensitivity, chest pain, fatigue and fluid retention in the calves.
And, limit your salt intake--excess sodium increases fluid retention and can produce swelling.
? Crash dieting, stress, chronic illness, injury or drugs, such as aspirin or fluid retention pills may also cause gout.
Based on the pharmacokinetic results, modelling predicts that a 15mg dose of PXL065 may provide a similar exposure of R-pioglitazone as a 45mg dose of the parent drug, pioglitazone (Actos), which suggests it should indicate similar efficacy with an improved safety profile, including reduced weight gain and fluid retention.
By excluding patients at risk of fluid retention and monitoring patients carefully, bardoxolone was well tolerated.
Lymphedema is a condition characterised by localised fluid retention and tissue swelling and is caused by a compromised lymphatic system.
Other causes of swollen ankles include circulatory changes when pregnant, side effects of medication that cause blood vessels to dilate, fluid retention or changes in the blood fluid composition due to kidney problems or liver disease, blood clots (DVT), swelling of lymph drainage vessels, or swelling due to compression of blood vessels.
Ongoing fluid retention contributes to cardiovascular disease and, thus, increases morbidity, making this a prime reason to achieve prescribed GWs.
However, long-term clinical observations have revealed that ROS has the side effect of fluid retention, which leads to heart failure [2, 3].
Alternately, they may have gluten sensitivity, and removing gluten from their diet reduces inflammation and fluid retention. But certainly not everyone who follows a gluten-free diet will find that it helps them lose weight--moreover, by removing sources of gluten from your diet, you'd be missing out on whole grains that may help protect against disease.
Before increasing your fluid intake, you need to check with your doctor, especially if you have a problem with fluid retention, or suffer from any heart, kidney, liver diseases, or from epilepsy.