How to Know If You Have Diabetic Nephropathy (Diabetic Kidney Disease)

There are five stages of Diabetic Nephropathy in clinical. Throughout its early stages, there has no symptom. Kidney damage can begin 5 to 10 years before symptoms start. They develop in late stages and may be caused by excretion of large amount of protein in the urine or result from Renal Failure:

Swelling (edema) occurs in the feet and legs first and later throughout your body.

Poor appetite.

Weight loss.


Feeling tired most of the time or worn out.


Nausea or vomiting.

Trouble sleeping.

Generalized itching.

With symptoms above, you may have the risk of Diabetic Nephropathy. Early detection and timely treatment are very necessary for you to avoid further deterioration.

Stem Cell Transplantation, the most advanced therapy, can repair the pancreas islet and renal function of patients with Diabetic Nephropathy to the normal degrees. In this case, patients can return to the normal life again. You can consult our online experts for more detailed information.

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