How does diabetes affect your kidneys

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The main source from which we get the power to do our daily job efficiently is blood glucose, also known as blood sugar. The power is generated by the food you consume every day. Diabetes mellitus is a condition where the insulin hormone, which transforms the energy in the blood, can not be composed by your body. If the energy is saved in our blood, the diabetic will be seen on a long-term basis. The best Urologist in Bangalore explains that this disease is not completely curable but can be managed with a proper diet and medication.

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How does Diabetes affect your kidneys

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Agenda Layout 1 2 3 4 Introduction Type of Diabetes Effects upon kidneys Risks of the disease upon Kidney

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Welcome

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Our Team Dr Mohan Keshava murthy Dr Prem Kumar Dr Shakib Tabrez Dr Shreeharsha Harinatha Director Urology Uro-onco logy Andrology Transplant Robotic Surgery Consultant Urology Uro-o ncology Andrology Transp lant Robotic Surgery Consultant Urology Andrology Consultant Urology Uro-o ncology Andrology Transp lant Robotic Surgery

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Introduction • Themainsourcefromwhichwegetthepowertodoourdailyjobefficientlyisbloodglucosealsoknown asbloodsugar. • Thepowerisgeneratedbythefoodyouconsumeeveryday.Diabetesmellitusisaconditionwherethein sulinhormonewhichtransformstheenergyinthebloodcannotbecomposedbyyourbody. • Iftheenergyissavedinourbloodthediabeticwillbeseenonalong-termbasis. • The best Urologist in Bangalore explains that this disease is not completely curable but can be managed withaproperdietandmedication.

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Type of Diabetes • Diabeteskindsforexampletypeoneandtypetwoexist.Typeonemostlyoccursinchildrenwheretheyc annotgeneratesufficientinsulinhormonesbythemselvesandanexternalsourceinjectsartificialinsulin. • Thesecondisaprevalentdiabetescalledtypetwomainlyinpersonsover40yearsandolder.Inthiscasei nsulinisproducedperfectlybythebodybutinsulincannotbeusedcorrectlyforbloodglucoseuse.Peopl ewithtype2diabetesshouldtakemedicationandtakeartificialinsulininsomeoutstandingcases.

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Add Text Effects up on Kidneys ✓ Ifdiabetesisoneortypetwoitdoesntmatterbecauseitcancauseheavyharmtothekidneyinboth instances.Thekidneyisoneofourmajorbodiesinthebodyandthechancesofa30renaldysfuncti onorillnessintype1diabetesandtype2diabetesareincreasedby40. ✓ Diabeticdiseaseofthekidneythatoccursinaindividualwithdiabetes. ✓ Thehumanbodysuffersgreatlyfromthismedicalconditionasthismayleadtokidneyfailure. ✓ Adiabetic patient is verycommonlyillbecauseUrologyHospitalsinBangaloresayabout thirdperso nsarevisitingtheirclinics.Thisisamedicalcondition.

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Early-stageintheDiabeticnephropathycanbedetectedwithsymptomslike ●Conflictsinsleepandconcentration. ●Uncertainitchingproblems ●Lessinterestisappetite. ●Thefeetelbowsandanklesappeartobewidened. ●Higheruricacidcontentintheurine.

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Risks of the disease upon Kidneys 1. Thekidneyistheorganinourbodythatpurifiesourbloodanditisimpossibleforthekidneytodosoin thismedicalsituationthisleadstoahighpossibilityofinfectionwithUTI. 2. Thekidneyusuallyoperatesduringthefirstphaseofthemedicalconditionbutdamagecanbedetected andtheGFRrateis90. 3. ItexpandsgraduallytoGFRlessthan15renalfailure. 4. Diabeteshasanegativeimpactonourbodiesbutitcanstillbetreatedandpreservedwiththeassistanc eofadequatetherapy. 5. There are many treatments for diabetes-related kidney disease. Henceforth if you notice any sign of the diseasegoestoadoctor.

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