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547 Possible Causes for Aldosterone Increased, Weight Gain

  • Adrenocortical Carcinoma

    From the 24-h urine collection sample, urine aldosterone and urine cortisol levels were greatly increased.[] A 9-year-old Japanese girl was hospitalized, because of the unstable emotions and excessive weight gain.[] Symptoms of these tumors include: weight gain fluid retention (leading to bloating) unusual excess hair growth unusual skin changes If the tumor presses against other organs[]

  • Hydrochlorothiazide

    Plasma renin activity and plasma aldosterone increased markedly following HCTZ but urinary prostaglandin E (PGE) excretion was unchanged.[] Can hydrochlorothiazide cause weight gain, if so, why?[] There was an increase in aldosterone levels with canrenone 50 mg. No changes in BNP or galectin-3 were recorded.[]

  • Intranasal Administration

    Consistent with the previous study, serum cortisol and aldosterone increased after IN administration of ACTH(1-24), peaking 30 min after administration.[] We observed that daily administration of LL-lep to these mice significantly reduced body weight gain and food intake.[]

  • Feminization

    […] and increased 24-hour urinary 17-ketosteroid and free cortisol excretion.[] […] evaluation revealed elevated serum concentrations of estrogen, estrone sulfate, androstenedione, dehydroepiandrosterone, dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate, deoxycorticosterone, and aldosterone[]

  • Etomidate

    In cells from primary aldosteronism, increasing concentrations of etomidate (10(-11)-10(-5) M) produced a dose-dependent decrease of basal and ACTH-stimulated cortisol, aldosterone[] One of its main features is abdominally centered weight gain accompanied by features of the metabolic syndrome like hypertension and insulin resistance.[] The parents described hypotonus from 8 months of age, weight gain in the last four months, and recent rejection of food intake.[]

  • Low Sodium Diet

    To study the mechanisms underlying renin and aldosterone increase during low sodium diet, eight normal subjects were studied during normal sodium diet (5 g of NaCl per day[] In the women on the low sodium diet non-significant reductions in weight gain (1.5 kg) and fat mass gain (0.9 kg) over pregnancy were observed.[] Renin increased 1.60 ng/mL/hour (55%); aldosterone increased 97.81 pg/mL (127%); adrenalin increased 7.55 pg/mL (14%); noradrenalin increased 63.56 pg/mL: (27%); cholesterol[]

  • Ovarian Cyst

    The most common form, 21-hydroxylase deficiency (21-OHD), leads to decreased production of cortisol and aldosterone with increased androgen secretion.[] An increase in the need to urinate Excessive bleeding during menstruation Irregular periods Unexplained weight gain Increase in the rate of hair growth Absence of menstrual[] Other less frequent symptoms include: Pelvic pain Pain during sex Frequent need to urinate Unexplained weight gain Pain during your period Unusual vaginal bleeding Breast[]

  • Adrenal Insufficiency

    The renin-angiotensin system stimulates aldosterone release. Increased potassium stimulates aldosterone production, and decreased potassium inhibits production.[] MA has also been used to promote weight gain in malnourished elderly patients, in patients with immunodeficiency virus and in cancer-induced cachexia.[] Thereafter, she developed a swollen face, had unexplained weight gain, and fatigue. Cosyntropin stimulation test was positive for adrenal insufficiency.[]

  • Metoclopramide

    increased the relative aldosterone secretion index on both sides and, therefore, failed to increase the lateralization index.[] She subsequently experienced dramatic and unintended weight gain.[] Sudden weight gain is more rare in otherwise healthy adults taking metoclopramide.[]

  • Inferior Vena Cava Syndrome

    , increased water and sodium retention, acute hepatic vein occlusion due to rapid progressive ascites, hepatic encephalopathy and death, inferior vena cava syndrome Most patients[] Gender differences in neonatal subcutaneous fat store in late gestation in relation to maternal weight gain. Ann Hum Biol. 2002;29: 26–36.[] […] manifestations similar to acute or chronic extrahepatic (Chiari-Budd syndrome) occlusion, manifested as ascites, liver Large, liver dysfunction, often associated with high aldosteronism[]

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