Diabetic Kidney disease or Diabetic Nephropathy


Diabetic Nephropathy is a condition mainly caused due to diabetes affecting the kidneys. Sometimes, it may also lead to kidney or renal failure. The waste from the blood is eliminated by the blood vessels present in the kidney, which can also be destroyed by high blood sugar levels. The body usually retains excess water and salts leading to improper weight gain and swelling of ankle which may in turn leads to kidney or renal failure. In the earlier stages, no symptoms are seen. But the regular urine tests are required to detect the damage. The high blood sugar levels may also lead in the damage of nerves, which in turn lead to difficulty in emptying of the urinary bladder. The long-term retention of urine in the urinary bladder causes infectious bacterial growth with high blood sugar levels.



 


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