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 more urine at night etc. What is more, children can have an increase in appetite to some extent, however, they will be thinner and more fatigued.

The early symptoms are caused by the damage of pancreatic β cells, leading to the lack of insulin secretion. When 90% of the β cells are damaged, symptoms of Diabetic Nephropathy will present. The symptoms can attack very suddenly. That is why many parents can recall the specific time when their children start to present symptoms.

Most Childhood Diabetic Nephropathy cases are secondary to Type 1 Diabetes. Their pancreatic B cells have been greatly damaged at the onset of Diabetic Nephropathy.

Therefore, parents should find ways of coping with Childhood Diabetic Nephropathy once their children are diagnosed with Diabetic Nephropathy. Do not wait till the illness condition is worsening to a point where they can no longer compensate.

Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy and Stem Cell Transplant can treat Childhood Diabetic Nephropathy effectively. Many patients have a good prognosis after they receive the combined therapy. You are always welcome to click our online consultation service to know more.

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