5.09.2011

Agent Orange Symptoms

The most distinguishing effects of Agent Orange (Dioxin) Poisoning:

a. chloracne
b. liver dysfunction
c. severe personality disorders
d. cancers
e. birth defects

The following is a list of reported Agent Orange symptoms and effects:

Gastrointestinal
loss of appetite (anorexia)
nausea
vomiting
diarrhea
constipation
yellowing of eyes, skin, and urine (Jaundice)
liver inflammation (Hepatitis)
vomiting blood (Hematemesis)
abdominal pain
gastric hyperplasia
gastric ulcers

Genitourinary
stones
burning
bloody urine (Hermaturia)
dribbling
brown urine
bladder discomfort
kidney pain

Neurological
tingling
numbness
dizziness
headaches
twitching, fidgeting, etc. (Automatic dyscontrol)
suspension of breath (sleep apnea)
incoordination
unnaturally
drowsy (Hypersomnolence)
loss of sensation in extremities

Psychiatric
violent
irritable
angry
severe depression
suicide
frenzied (Manic)
tremulous
memory loss
loss of concentration
severe personality changes

Metabolic
fatigue
rapid weight loss
spontaneous fever
chills

Cardiovascular
elevated blood pressure
blood deficiency

Skin
chloracne
rash
increased sensitivity (heat)
increased sensitivity (sun)
altered skin color
loss of hair
brittle nails

Cancer
tumors
liver
lung
testicular
ear duct

Family
miscarriages child's deaths---birth defects
a. cleft palates
b. open eye
c. kidney abnormalities
d. enlarged liver
e. enlarged head
f. club foot
g. intestinal hemmorage h. missing or abnormal fingers, toes
i. missing or abnormal reproductive organs
j. missing, abnormal, or displaced body parts

Endocrine
enlarged male mammary glands (Gynecomastia)
excessive milk flow from nipples (Galactorrhea)
decreased sexual drive
difficulty maintaining and erection

Visual
blurring
burning

Hearing Loss

Respiratory:
difficulty or painful breath (Dyspenea)
shortness of breath


also see information supplied by Veterans Service Officers of the Texas Veterans Commission on Presumptive Service Connection

Agent Orange Exposure | Agent Orange Symptoms
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