My friend had a brain attack and went to the hospital for examination and found out the left kidney clear cell carcinoma, then he was hospitalized for two weeks to treat the brain attack and went home, the doctor said he needed to wait for three months to have surgery to remove the tumor, now he has been home for four days, he feels pain on both sides of his waist and hip, it is a paroxysmal feeling, is it metastasis?I want to know what should I do now?I am disturbed every day and have trouble sleeping and eating.Should I continue to wait or have surgery?
This tumor is a bit big, and the whole kidney has to be removed together with the surgery. It is definitely unbearable for the anesthesia now after the cerebral infarction, but this tumor will not metastasize so soon, which is not very likely.It is possible that the psychological pressure is relatively large.
If there is no obvious sequelae of cerebral infarction, clear cell carcinoma of the left kidney needs to be treated by surgical resection as soon as possible, urology consultation and examination, and whether targeted therapy immunotherapy is needed after surgery according to pathological diagnosis, and traditional Chinese medicine conditioning to help eliminate evil.
The stabilization period of cerebral infarction usually takes three months as well, which is the safest case.Considering that there is a tumor that needs to be surgically removed, then this is a situation where you can consider whether you need to take a risk and try to do the surgery sooner.He is now this.This is a symptom of anxiety, that is, anxiety about this tumor of his.In this case, we can ask the oncology department and neurology department to discuss together and try to hope for an early stage and strive for surgery.Surgery itself can also lead to recurrence of cerebral infarction, which you need to think clearly.