What is Agent Orange?
                  Summary of Reported Agent Orange Symptoms and Effects

    1.        chloracne
    2.        liver dysfunction
    3.        severe personality disorders
    4.        cancers
    5.        birth defects

    Cancer:
    1.        tumors
    2.        liver
    3.        lung
    4.        testicular
    5.        ear duct
    6.        soft tissue sarcoma
    7.        non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma (NHL)

    Cardiovascular:
    1.        elevated blood pressure
    2.        blood deficiency (anemia)

    Endocrine:
    1.        enlarged male mammary glands (gynecomastia)
    2.        excessive milk flow from nipples (galactorrhea)
    3.        decreased sexual desire
    4.        difficulty maintaining an erection

    Family:
    1.        child deaths
    2.        birth defects:
    3.        cleft palates
    4.        open eye
    5.        kidney abnormalities
    6.        enlarged liver
    7.        enlarged head
    8.        club foot
    9.        intestinal hemorrhage
    10.      missing or abnormal fingers, toes
    11.      missing or abnormal reproductive organs
    12.      missing, abnormal or displaced body parts
    13.      miscarriages

    Gastrointestinal:
    1.        loss of appetite (anexoria)
    2.        nausea
    3.        vomiting
    4.        diarrhea
    5.        constipation
    6.        yellowing of eyes, skin and urine (jaundice)
    7.        liver inflammation (hepatitis)
    8.        vomiting blood (hematemesis)
    9.        abdominal pain
    10.      gastric hyperplasia
    11.      gastric ulcers

    Genitourinary:
    1.        stones
    2.        burning
    3.        bloody urine (hematuria)
    4.        dribbling
    5.        brown urine
    6.        bladder discomfort
    7.        kidney pain
    8.        hearing loss

    Metabolic:
    1.        fatigue
    2.        rapid weight loss
    3.        spontaneous fever
    4.        chills

    Neurological:
    1.        tingling
    2.        numbness
    3.        dizziness
    4.        headaches
    5.        twitching, fidgeting, etc. (autonomic dyscontrol)
    6.        suspension of breath (sleep apnea)
    7.        incoordination
    8.        unnaturally drowsy (hypersomnolence)
    9.        loss of sensation in extremities

    Psychiatric:
    1.        violent
    2.        irritable
    3.        angry
    4.        severe depression
    5.        suicide
    6.        frenzied (manic)
    7.        tremulous
    8.        memory loss
    9.        loss of concentration
    10.      severe personality changes

    Respiratory:
    1.        difficult or painful breath (dyspnea)
    2.        shortness of breath

    Skin:
    1.        chloracne
    2.        rash
    3.        increased sensitivity (heat)
    4.        increased sensitivity (sun)
    5.        altered skin color
    6.        loss of hair
    7.        brittle nails
    8.        porphyria cutanea tarda

    Visual:
    1.        blurring
    2.        burning


       
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