Category: DN-Symptoms

How to Know Diabetics Have Renal Damage

How to Know Diabetics Have Renal Damage

1. After Diabetic Nephropathy develops into the fourth stage, the patients will have proteinuria. In the early stage of renal damage, the urine protein is mild and appears intermittently. However, as the disease development,...

Early Clinical Signs and Symptoms of Childhood Diabetic Nephropathy (Diabetic Kidney Disease)

Early Clinical Signs and Symptoms of Childhood Diabetic Nephropathy (Diabetic Kidney Disease)

Children are more vulnerable to factors that may cause Diabetic Nepropathy. The signs can be very obvious at the onset of Childhood Diabetic Nephropathy. Nearly all children will experience excessive thirst, excessive urine, and...

Overview of Diabetic Nephropathy Stage 4

Overview of Diabetic Nephropathy Stage 4

The features of stage 4 are large amount of proteinuria, or persistent proteinuria (over 0.5g per day), high blood pressure and 36% damaged glomerulus. In this stage, it is different from other kidney disease...

Patients with Diabetic Nephropathy Need to Control Blood Pressure

Patients with Diabetic Nephropathy Need to Control Blood Pressure

“I have diabetes and high blood pressure for 12 years. Recently, my examination results showed that my kidneys are damaged. My doctor told me kidney problems was due to my diabetes and high blood...

Causes and Symptoms of Nephrotic Syndrome

Causes and Symptoms of Nephrotic Syndrome

In our body, Proteins are responsible for soaking up water from tissues. Normally, proteins are blocked from leakage by a kidney filtrating units called as glomeruli. When glomeruli get damaged, the protein is excreted...

Diabetic Nephropathy – a Serious Complication of Diabetes

Diabetic Nephropathy – a Serious Complication of Diabetes

People with diabetic nephropathy may experience the following symptoms. But different people will have different symptoms. In the early stage, it is asymptomatic so that people may be not realized that the kidneys have...