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Is Proteinuria in Diabetes Reversible

Is Proteinuria in Diabetes Reversible

After years of diabetes, it is likely for you to have proteinuria. Do you know why? Years of uncontrolled diabetes can cause kidney damage, leading to Diabetic Nephropathy . In the early stage, you may have microalbuminuria. With the progre...Read More

Diet for Increasing Heamoglobin for Diabetic Nephropathy Patient on Dialysis

Diet for Increasing Heamoglobin for Diabetic Nephropathy Patient on Dialysis

Hemoglobin (Hgb) is the protein in red blood cells that carries oxygen from the lungs to the cells of the body. Diet for increasing heamoglobin for Diabetic Nephropathy patient on dialysis is limited, because it cannot solve the underlying...Read More

How to Increase Hemoglobin Level for a Diabetic

How to Increase Hemoglobin Level for a Diabetic

Low hemoglobin level means that red blood cells amount reduces, which has a medical term called Anemia. Anemia is a common complication of diabetic. I will tell you some ways to increase hemoglobin level for a diabetic. Any questions, you c...Read More

What Causes Diabetics to Have Excessive Sweating

What Causes Diabetics to Have Excessive Sweating

Excess sweating is a bad symptom of diabetes. Knowing the causes of it is helpful for you to receive timely and proper treatment. Read this article and you can find what you want. Causes of excess in diabetes ● Hypoglycemia (low blood sug...Read More

How to Get Rid of Swollen Feet for CKD and Diabetic

How to Get Rid of Swollen Feet for CKD and Diabetic

Swollen feet is one of the most common symptoms in diabetic and CKD (Chronic Kidney Disease) patients. This problem has its underlying causes. You can get more facts about this condition from this article. Any questions, please email to us...Read More

Other Options Than Medicines to Reduce Proteinuria in Diabetics

Other Options Than Medicines to Reduce Proteinuria in Diabetics

Treatment for diabetes is comprehensive. It include diet restriction, exercise and medication. All the three aspects are necessary. There are indeed some other options for reducing proteinuria in diabetics. Here is a general introduction. A...Read More

Will Swelling Go If Diabetic Nephropathy Patients Take Dialysis

Will Swelling Go If Diabetic Nephropathy Patients Take Dialysis

Will swelling go if Diabetic Nephropathy patients take dialysis? I cannot tell you for sure, since dialysis cannot work as well as healthy kidneys. Effects of dialysis on Diabetic Nephropathy When this kidney disease develops into Kidney Fa...Read More

Diabetic Nephropathy, Creatinine 5.56, Swollen Legs and Back Pain

Diabetic Nephropathy, Creatinine 5.56, Swollen Legs and Back Pain

Diabetic Nephropathy is a complication of diabetes. It is caused by uncontrolled high blood sugar level. Creatinine 5.56, swelling in the legs and back pain are all the symptoms of kidney disease. Creatinine 5.56 and swollen legs It is such...Read More

Bilateral Pedal Edema with Diabetic Nephropathy

Bilateral Pedal Edema with Diabetic Nephropathy

Pedal edema is the fluid accumulation in the feet and lower legs. If you are also Diabetic Nephropathy and have bilateral pedal edema, do not worry, you can get help from this article. Here is a general guidance, so you can email to us at k...Read More

Treatment for Diabetics With Creatinine 4.54

Treatment for Diabetics With Creatinine 4.54

It is very common that many people with high blood pressure and diabetes find that they have high creatinine, which is always related to kidney problems. Creatinine 4.54 is very serious that you should be concerned. How does diabetes cause...Read More

Legs Swelling Related to Nephrotic Syndrome

Legs Swelling Related to Nephrotic Syndrome

Nephrotic Syndrome is not a independent kidney disease but a group of kidney disorders. It is characterized by edema, proteinuria, hypoalbuminemia and hyperlipidemia. Leg swelling is so common but need your high attention. Cause of leg swel...Read More

Excess Microalbumin in Diabetic Nephropathy

Excess Microalbumin in Diabetic Nephropathy

High blood pressure and diabetes are common causes of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD). Then high blood sugar level cause kidney damage, Diabetic Nephropathy occurs. Excess microalbumin is a common symptoms of diabetes What does it mean? How to...Read More

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