Kidneys are the vital components of the kidneys and work to remove the dirt collected from the blood in our body and maintain the balance of water and minerals. Inability to work in this body is called kidney failure which is a serious condition. Due to the adverse effects of diabetes, the problem of the kidney is becoming commonplace. Generally, between 20 to 30 percent of diabetic patients, kidney failure, ie diabetic naphroopathy.
From kidneys, it is usually purified by circulating 1200 ml of blood every minute. If the diabetes is not controlled, the amount of blood flowing through the kidney increases up to 40 percent, due to which the kidney has to work harder and it is damaged. If the kidneys have to undergo such pressure for a long time, blood pressure increases and kidney damage is greatly damaged.
Swelling around the face, feet and eyes, loss of appetite, weakness, vomiting, fatigue, high blood pressure at the young age, blood pressure lower in the waist and lower ribs, etc. can be symptoms of kidney disease. If such symptoms come in, they should be immediately consulted and treated with specialist doctors.
It is not necessary to get rid of this disease after the diagnosis of kidney failure due to diabetes, but soon after due diligence and treatment, expensive and difficult treatments such as Dialysis and Kidney Transplant can be avoided for a long time.
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