Category: DN-Symptoms

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...

Proteinuria (Protein in Urine) and Diabetes Kidney Disease (Diabetic Nephropathy)-Diabetes Mellitus

Proteinuria (Protein in Urine) and Diabetes Kidney Disease (Diabetic Nephropathy)-Diabetes Mellitus

For normal people, the amount of protein in urine is less than 300mg/24h. Young people may have a little more protein in urine somtimes, but the amount is no more than 300mg/24h. When the...

Diabetic Nephropathy Symptoms

Diabetic Nephropathy Symptoms

In the early stage of diabetic nephropathy, there are no symptoms. People will not feel any discomfort. Maybe the only sign of kidney damage is small amounts of protein leaking into the urine. Diabetic...

The Early Stage of Diabetic Nephropathy

The Early Stage of Diabetic Nephropathy

Often, there are no symptoms as the kidney damage starts and slowly gets worse, which often leads to miss of the best time for treatment. People need to pay more attention to your kidneys....

Edema in Diabetes Patients

Edema in Diabetes Patients

Edema in diabetes is due to the long-term high blood sugar which results in blood stick consistency and low blood flow in the kidneys. When your kidneys are damaged, glomeruli can not work normally...

Why Does Diabetes Cause Azotemia

Why Does Diabetes Cause Azotemia

Azotemia is characterized by high levels of NPN such as creatinine, urea, various body waste compounds and other nitrogen-rich compounds in the blood. Azotemia is largely related to the kidney damage.