Diabetic Nephropathy Symptoms

High blood pressure, proteinuria, back pain, etc, are commonly seen as Diabetic Nephropathy symptoms and signs. Learn to manage them with doctor’s help.

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Kidney Treatment Group Invite Links.We have doctors to answer you. Besides, we will provide you some information about diet and treatment regularly to help you fight against kidney disease.

Diabetic Patient Appears Microalbuminuria, Is It Diabetic Nephropathy

Diabetic Patient Appears Microalbuminuria, Is It Diabetic Nephropathy

With kidney disease, your microalbumin can exceed 20mg/L. But if your microalbumin exceeds 20 mg/L, it does not mean you must have kidney disease....Read More

5 Signs of Diabetic Nephropathy

5 Signs of Diabetic Nephropathy

Diabetic Nephropathy has five signs. If you have more than four, it indicates that uremia has developed....Read More

How Should Diabetic Nephropathy Patients Prevent Infection

How Should Diabetic Nephropathy Patients Prevent Infection

Infection is a trouble for almost all kidney patients, because it can trigger the relapse of disease or even make it worse. How should Diabetic Nephropathy patients prevent infections? In this article, we will teach you....Read More

How Does Diabetes Mellitus Cause Nephrotic Syndrome

How Does Diabetes Mellitus Cause Nephrotic Syndrome

Nephrotic Syndrome is a group of clinical symptoms which can be caused by many diseases, such as diabetes mellitus. How does diabetes mellitus cause Nephrotic Syndrome? Read on to learn more information. Causes of Nephrotic Syndrome for pat...Read More

How to Treat Hypoalbuminemia from Diabetic Nephropathy

How to Treat Hypoalbuminemia from Diabetic Nephropathy

Diabetic Nephropathy is a kind of kidney disease caused by years of uncontrolled diabetes. When kidney function is impaired, you may have a series of symptoms, such as hypoalbuminemia. How to treat hypoalbuminemia from Diabetic Nephropathy?...Read More

What Does It Mean for A Diabetic to Spill Protein

What Does It Mean for A Diabetic to Spill Protein

With diabetes, you should observe your urine regularly. Once there are any changes, importance should be attached. What does it mean for a diabetic to spill protein? Read on to learn more information. ...Read More

Reversal of Proteinuria in Diabetics

Reversal of Proteinuria in Diabetics

After years of diabetes, not a few patients begin to have proteinuria. It means that kidneys fail to work normally. Constant proteinuria can cause further kidney damage, so you need to take treatment timely to control it. ...Read More

Is It Normal for A Diabetic Patient with Creatinine Level 2.7

Is It Normal for A Diabetic Patient with Creatinine Level 2.7

After years of diabetes, you may also find that creatinine level increases gradually. Is it normal for a diabetic patient with 2.7 creatinine level? After reading this article, you will find out the answer. It is abnormal for diabetic patie...Read More

How Can I Reduce Urine Protein with Diabetic Nephropathy

How Can I Reduce Urine Protein with Diabetic Nephropathy

Proteinuria is a typical symptom of Diabetic Nephropathy. In the early stage, it is so slight that you may hardly observe it, but with the progression of the disease, protein in urine will become massive. How can I reduce urine protein with...Read More

Diabetes, Creatinine 2.1 and Weakness: What Should I Take

Diabetes, Creatinine 2.1 and Weakness: What Should I Take

Question: I am diabetic from last 40 years and now I have a high creatinine 2.1 . I feel so much weakness . I want to know what should I take in my diet to overcome weakness. I am taking all medicines doctors told me. Answer: Creatinine lev...Read More

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

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