Category: D-Symptoms

What are the Specific Symptoms of Diabetes in Women

What are the Specific Symptoms of Diabetes in Women

Unexplained loss of weight is one of the common type 1 diabetes symptoms in women. The reason is that the body is unable to use all the calories provided by the food, even after...

Early Symptoms of Diabetes Mellitus in Men

Early Symptoms of Diabetes Mellitus in Men

Diabetes is a common disease which the obese people are more likely to get. The illness condition is easy to be under control if it is confirmed early. Some patients especially those elder ones,...

Sweet Taste in Mouth in Diabetics

Sweet Taste in Mouth in Diabetics

Sweet taste in mouth is often common in people with digestive system disorder or diabetes. Digestive system disorder can cause abnormal secretion of various digestive enzyme especially the increased amylase in the spittle which...

What are the Differences between Type 1 Diabetes and Type 2 Diabetes?

What are the Differences between Type 1 Diabetes and Type 2 Diabetes?

1. If you obviously gain some weight when you have Diabetes, it mostly belongs toType2 Diabetes. The more obvious of the fatness, the easier of people to acquire Type 2 Diabetes. At the beginning...

Symptoms of Children Type 1 Diabetes

Symptoms of Children Type 1 Diabetes

For Type 1 Diabetes, most of them are children and youngsters. What are the symptoms of Type 1 Diabetes? In this article, doctors in Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital will introduce it for you in...

What’s the Damage of Diabetic Nephropathy?

What’s the Damage of Diabetic Nephropathy?

Diabetic Nephropathy is a common disease for people having ten years of Diabetes, and it affects diabetics’ health seriously, let’s have a look at the damages of Diabetic Nephropathy below:

What Does Rapidly Raised Creatinine Mean for a Diabetic

What Does Rapidly Raised Creatinine Mean for a Diabetic

Creatinine is break-down product of creatine phosphate in muscle, and is usually produced at a fairly constant rate by the body. It is chiefly filtered by kidneys which are very important organs to remove...

Hyperlipidemia-One Fatal Complication of Diabetes

Hyperlipidemia-One Fatal Complication of Diabetes

However, when dysfunction of insulin secretion and reception system occurs, glucose can not be transmitted into cells, which means that cells can not get energy through protein synthesis metabolism. And lipid is the very...

Do You Know the Connection between Proteinuria (Protein in Urine) and Diabetes

Do You Know the Connection between Proteinuria (Protein in Urine) and Diabetes

There is no exclusive connection between proteinuria and Diabetes, since proteinuria can be caused by medical conditions other than Diabetes, among which some have serious or even life-threatening consequences, such as the toxic lesions...

Notes for Diabetes Mellitus Patients with High Proteinuria( Protein in Urine)

Notes for Diabetes Mellitus Patients with High Proteinuria( Protein in Urine)

1. Prevent from cold: once one gets cold: it is easy for them to get infection, which will cause great damage to the kidneys. The decrease of the immunity will cause the immune globulin...