Between my own hospital visits and continued tests for Henry, it's been a hectic and emotional few weeks (hence my silence) I try to do things with him on our down time when we aren't waiting for results or spending hours at the hospital, but my anxiety took over for a while. Nevertheless, we laugh and smile because it helps with the healing - for both of us. PS it also takes about 100 shots before we get one that's not blurry, showing food in his mouth, eyes closed or extra silly faces.... all part of the laughs. PPS Truth- I am not fond of myself in fond of the lens but I love seeing how we are growing together. Do you avoid pics with your littles or do you try to be in the shots too? Happy Friday Loves. #nothingisordinary#smilethroughit#mybeautifulboy#motherandson
El riñón es productor de prostaglandinas, que se sintetizan, fundamentalmente, en las células epiteliales de las arteriolas, en las células mesangiales y yuxtaglomerulares y en las células de la rama gruesa ascendente del asa de Henle. En condiciones normales, el papel de las prostaglandinas es poco relevante para el riñón, pero cuando la perfusión renal se ve comprometida –como ocurre en la isquemia, en la deshidratación, en la enfermedad renal o en el riñón senil– las prostaglandinas adquieren importancia para activar los mecanismos hemodinámicos compensatorios.
Las prostaglandinas derivadas de los acidos grasos omega 3 mantienen una acción vasodilatadora, modulan la acción de la angiotensina y la actividad fagocícita de las células mesangiales, mejoran el flujo sanguíneo renal y, por tanto, pueden disminuir el daño renal.
Por otra parte, la dislipemia está presente desde los primeros estadios de la enfermedad renal y condiciona la progresión de la afectación renal; a su vez este hecho favorece la aparición de Enfermedades Cardiovasculares .
This is why. Well one of the reasons why. Why I'm doing everything I possible can to prolong the start of dialysis. Right here. Why I'm prioritising self care, meditation & eating kale. Along with taking a crap load of other medications from my specialist. Why I've quit coffee, sugar, alcohol among other things. This right here is why. For my loves. For my tiny, always dreaming & (always eating) dancer. Xx #islaoneill
In a way it was a huge relief for me finding out I have kidney disease. For years I felt unmotivated, lazy and tired. I always was hard on myself for not having the energy and motivation like my peers around me.
Kidney disease can creep up slowly which it did in my case because I had the disease for years without knowing.I became so accustomed to the fatigue I thought it was normal. I couldn't understand how people had the energy to do things when I would be tired out so quickly.
In elementary school running was difficult. In high school we had a pe final where we had to finish a mile in less than 13 minutes and I failed. #oops 🏻♀️🏻♀️
If you feel that something is off with your body don't be afraid to go to the doctor.Annual blood tests are important and I hadn't gotten one in years. Now it's every month to monitor all my levels. I'm really happy I found out the cause of my "laziness" that wasn't even truly laziness.
☄️Now I'm working towards a better and healthier future where I can find the energy I feel I never had.☄️