Cancer Symptoms

Kidney Cancer Symptoms : Renal Cancer Symptoms

What are the symptoms of kidney cancer?

Kidney cancer rarely causes signs or symptoms in its early stages. In the later stages, the most common sign of both renal cell and transitional cell cancers is blood in the urine (hematuria). Kidney cancer symptoms often do not become apparent until the disease has progressed beyond the initial stages. As the disease progresses, some kidney cancer symptoms may begin to become apparent.

Following are the potential kidney cancer or renal cell carcinoma symptoms :

  • The most obvious of the kidney cancer symptoms to recognize is blood in your urine. Other kidney cancer symptoms may include weight loss and fatigue. If you feel that you are at risk for kidney cancer or if you are experiencing any of these kidney cancer symptoms please make it a priority to visit a doctor.
  • A mass in the area of your kidneys discovered during an examination can be a one of the kidney cancer symptoms.
  • The patient may experience persistent pain in te lower back just below your ribs.
  • Fever that is not due to cold or flu is also a symptom of renal cancer. The patient may also experience swelling in the ankles and legs.
  • Other than these symptoms, other renal cancer symptoms may include chronic fatigue, weight loss and intermittent fever and hypertension (high blood pressure). There may be pain in other parts of your body if the cancer has metastasized.

Although in many cases, these possible kidney cancer symptoms can be attributed to other ailments, it is important to see your doctor. They can help you determine if your kidney cancer symptoms are the result of kidney cancer.

kidney/renal cancer symptoms : verticle section of kidney

Summary of kidney cancer symptoms :

  • Blood in urine.
  • A pain in your back just below your ribs that doesn't go away.
  • A mass in the area of your kidneys that's discovered during an examination.
  • Intermittent fever that is not due to a cold or flu.
  • Swelling of the ankles and legs.
  • Chronic fatigue.
  • Unexplained, rapid weightloss.
  • Pain in other parts of your body if the cancer has metastasized.
  • Wilms' tumor usually has no symptoms. Doctors often discover this condition when examining a child's abdomen.

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