Reduced Urination in Diabetics

Chronic kidney disease

It is a complication of diabetes

Glomerulonephritis

Glomerulonephritis is a type of kidney disease and cause swelling, abnormal urine, fever, and more.

Hemolytic uremic syndrome

Hemolytic uremic syndrome destroys red blood cells and causes vomiting, bloody diarrhea, weakness and more

Acute renal failure

It is a sudden and can cause swelling, frequent dark urination, fatigue, nausea and more.

The above is some of causes of reduced urination. Actually, kidney disease is one of commonest diabetic complications. Therefore, kidney disease is the main content of this article.

Diabetes is characterized by high blood glucose which increases much more blood flow through kidneys. Overtime, kidneys are damaged due to overwork. Kidneys are very crucial organs which remove the wastes and fluid out of body to keep people healthy. When kidneys fails to work, less urine may occur.

When developing diabetes and kidney disease, they may experience some symptoms including:

Protein in the urine

Blood in the urine

Frequent urination at night

Anemia

Fatigue

High blood pressure

Swelling in the limbs or eyelids due to build-up in the tissues (oedema)

If you have one or more of the symptoms mentioned above, you have to see a doctor to get a confirmed diagnosis. The reduced urine often indicate serious problems.

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