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Patients Diabetes Develop Albuminuria
Kidney disease.: People with long-standing diabetes can develop nephropathy, or kidney disease. When the kidneys are functioning properly, there is only tiny amount of a protein called Albumin found in the urine. As the kidney filtering fails in diabetic nephropathy, there will be more and more protein spilled into the urine, causing albuminuria (high amounts of Albumin in the urine). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Maybe, maybe not: Curable is probably the wrong word, as albuminuria is not a disease. It's a sign that the kidneys are not filtering properly. You can reduce the amount of Albumin that your kidneys spill into your urine by taking a medicine called an ace inhibitor or an arb. The dose may need to be titrated up to get your blood pressure down and to reduce the albuminuria. This helps to protect the kidneys. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Lifestyle changes: For type 2 diabetes mellitus (the most common kind), first steps in treatment center on learning about diabetes, and making changes to the diet and adding in regular exercise. Medications are sometimes needed from the outset and that depends on the clinical situation. Keep in mind that by the time diabetes is diagnosed, many times there are already complications from it, so don't wait! ...Read more
Low carbohydrate: To improve diabetes, completely stop high carb foods (grains, lentils, potatoes based items). Also avoid milk protein since it causes insulin resistance. Low carb food items such as eggs, fish meats, non starchy vegetables, avocados, saturated fat (butter, ghee, coconut oil), olive oil normalize blood sugars and may reduce need for med. Read: https://www.kaushikmd.com/get-started/ ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Protein containing: food such as eggs, chicken and lean meats. Fruits in moderation and lots of green. Enjoy. ...Read more
Probably: If you pay attention to a good diet with carb restriction, lose weight and have a regular exercise routine the diabetes will be controlled to the point that the sugars would be normal. This means that the condition is controlled, but can become obvious and out of control if all the above is not followed on a consistent basis. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My fasting is 7 mmol and HbAic is 8% . Have I become a patient of diabetes or can I control it by diet and exercise?
For what reason might it be that patients with diabetes have prolonged recovery compared to patients without diabetes?
MultipleBloodFlowEtc: Dm degrades both macrovascular (accelerates atherosclerosis) & microvascular blood supply to tissues & increased sugar changes/interferes with the function of most cellular proteins. This is a complex issue with many addditional factors, many still poorly understood. ...Read more
I am a diabetes patient for the year 2000 and my sugar before dinner is high and I am no active for any days plz solve problem?
What's something from the patient's history and/or investigations used to accurately distinguish between type 1 and 2 diabetes?
GAD antibodies: Type 1 diabetes has anti-islet antibodies or anti-gad antibodies; these can be measured if the precise diagnosis is important. Type 1 diabetics are "younger", require Insulin from the beginning, are thinner, and are prone to ketoacidosis. Type 2's usually don't require Insulin initially, are heavier, older, and often have a stronger family history. There are some people who are hard to classify. ...Read more
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