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Will kidney disease from diabetes cause problems if pregnant?

Will kidney disease from diabetes cause problems if pregnant?

Yes: See your endocrinologist immediatly if you have diabetic kidney disease and think you are pregnant! ...Read more

Dr. Sandra Lora Cremers
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Diabetic Kidney Problems (Definition)

The diabetes Melitus affects the part of the kidney which filter urine. These are called glomeruli. The dibetese causes the fine blood vessel in the glomeruli to close down, resuting in that filterstion function gradualy decreases to a point that both kidneys stop working. Therefore urine accumulates in the blood. it can be detected by doing blood tests( ...Read more


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Does diabetes cause kidney pain?

Does diabetes cause kidney pain?

Usually not: Always try to distinguish between "kidney" pain and back pain. The kidney lies behind lots of back muscles that are usually more likely to cause pain than the kidneys themselves. Of course problems like kidney stones could cause kidney pain but diabetes is not know to be a cause of kidney pain despite its ability to cause kidney disease. ...Read more

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Can diabetic eye disease worsen during pregnancy?

Can diabetic eye disease worsen during pregnancy?

Yes: During pregnancy there are lots of growth factor which are present. As such, diabetic changes in the eyes can develop during pregnancy and can get worse during pregnancy. It is important if you are diabetic, to have your eyes checked in the first, second, and third trimester. This will insure that if there are changes, they can be treat right away to prevent vision loss. ...Read more

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Can diabetic nephropathy cause a miscarriage?

Can diabetic nephropathy cause a miscarriage?

Miscarriage: I have not heard not read studies regarding this. I would discuss with your primary or obgyn. ...Read more

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Does diabetes cause fetal deformities?

Does diabetes cause fetal deformities?

Yes: Uncontrolled diabetes in the first trimester can cause birth defects in the baby, typically heart or skeletal defects. Gestational diabetes acquired later in pregnancy is typically not associated with fetal deformities, but can also cause problems such as a big baby or problems with the amniotic fluid. ...Read more

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Does hypothyroid disease lead to diabeties?

Does hypothyroid disease lead to diabeties?

Related, not cause: Hypothyroidism does not "lead" to diabetes. However, the two disorders frequently occur together and there is an autoimmune link between them. That does not mean one causes the other to occur. ...Read more

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How does diabetes mellitus causes placental insufficiency ?

How does diabetes mellitus causes placental insufficiency ?

Blood flow: Diabetes is a glucose control disorder that affects blood vessels. If diabetes is well controlled then the injury to blood vessels is negligible. When blood vessels are narrowed or compromised-then the fetus receives less blood flow and nutrients which may be associated with newborn problems. ...Read more

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Does end-stage renal disease cause mental problems?

Yes: From uremia or electrolyte/mineral abnormalities or fluctuating drug levels (due to reduced renal clearance) among several possible causes. ...Read more

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I have diabetes, will sepsis cause complications?

I have diabetes, will sepsis cause complications?

Yes: Sepsis causes diabetes to become uncontrolled, sometimes causing severe hypoglycemia (low blood sugar). Diabetics have a higher risk of sepsis and dying from sepsis. ...Read more

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Does diabetes cause kidney problems?

Does diabetes cause kidney problems?

Diabetic nephropathy: Diabetes causing high blood sugar can damage kidneys because sugar is filtered by kidney glomeruli. High blood sugar damages the filters so that larger molecules such as protein, which normall are retained, escape through the filters causing proteinuria or albuninuria which damages kidneys firther.Kidney damage causes hypertension whichs adds to damage.Early diagnosis & treatment can slow disease. ...Read more

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Can chronic kidney disease cause peripheral neuropathy.?. I have normal blood sugars.

Can chronic kidney disease cause peripheral neuropathy.?. I have normal blood sugars.

Potentially yes: Peripheral nerve problems could be due to secondary metabolic imbalances due to the renal issues, but also could be complication of medications you are using, and of course could be due to a co-morbidity associated with an additional disorder. There may well be one unitary disorder causing both kidney and nerve dysfnctn. ...Read more

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Does streptozotocin cause diabetes?

Does streptozotocin cause diabetes?

Yes: Hi. Yes indeed it does. It is highly toxic to the pancreas cells that make insulin. Stay away from the stuff! Why do you ask??? ...Read more

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Does having pulmonary hypertension while pregnant cause complications?

Does having pulmonary hypertension while pregnant cause complications?

See Cardiology, GYN: Primary pulmonary hypertension is one of the rare conditions that makes specialists in mfm and cardiology say, "don't get pregnant" some studies have shown that around half the women with it die during or shortly after pregnancy. Women should 1) see their heart specialist for regular exams and get records, 2) visit their gynecologists for birth control, 3) ask them to collaborate on care and meds. ...Read more

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Why does anemia cause progression of chronic kidney disease?

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Why does anemia cause progression of chronic kidney disease?

Reversed sequence: Progression of chronic kidney disease results in development of anemia because kidney is no longer able to produce erythropoietin, a hormone enhancing red blood cell production from bone marrow. ...Read more

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Diabetes and high blood pressure. Does it cause organ failure if diabetes is poorly controlled ? What diet should be followed to control high blood pr

Diabetes and high blood pressure. Does it cause organ failure if diabetes is poorly controlled ? What diet should be followed to control high blood pr

Yes Diabetes does: Uncontrolled diabetes commonly causes kidney failure that can lead to dialysis as it is number 1 cause of people on dialysis.It can also cause heart disease leading to heart failure and blondness. Dash diet is the ideal diet for controlling bp.It consists of eating more fruits and vegetables;low fat diary foods. Eating more whole grains;nuts less red meat;sweets cutting back on saturated fats. ...Read more

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How does preeclampsia up the risk for heart disease?

How does preeclampsia up the risk for heart disease?

Stress test for body: Consider any pregnancy a stress-test for the body and the female heart and vessels. The preeclamptic women fail that test and are at increased risk for chronic hypertension and heart disease down the road - not as a consequence of preeclmapsia, but rather because of their genes, lifestyle, weight, activity and diet. ...Read more

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Is there any chance that Urinary Tract Infection and high levels of diabetes leads to bulky kidney?

Is there any chance that Urinary Tract Infection and high levels of diabetes leads to bulky kidney?

Unclear question: Bulky kidney is not a medical diagnosis. However, in some circumstances either urinary infection or diabetes alone can cause enlarged kidneys. A combination of diabetes and urinary infection is doubly serious and you should consult a doctor. ...Read more

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Diabetic Nephropathy (Definition)

a progressive damaging effects to capillaries in/near glomeruli leading to local inflammatory change and scarring with subsequent malfunction in filtering the blood for reabsorbing useful blood components and excreting the unwanted metabolic wastes, which exact causes are still unclear, though, long-term high blood sugar is the culprit. This is usually a slow ...Read more


Kidney (Definition)

The kidneys are paired organs that lie on either side of the vertebral column. Part of their critical functions include the excretion of urine and removal of nitrogenous wastes products from the blood. They regulate acid-base, electrolyte, fluid balance and blood pressure. Through hormonal signals, the kidneys control the ...Read more