Will I lose my eyes and kidneys as I have diabetes type 2?

No. If your diabetes and associated medical problems (e.g. Hypertension, cholesterol) are kept in control and managed appropriately, you should not lose your sight and develop failing kidneys. It is not inevitable. Control of all your medical problems through diet, exercise, medications, and follow-up is the key.

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How are my eye sight affected by diabetes type 2?

Depends. If you are lucky maybe not at all. You should have your eyes examined by an ophthalmologist(who knows you are diabetic) yearly.If you start to develop a problem on your retina your ophthalmologist will find it before you notice it and will recommend treatment when necessary(not usually in the beginning).Laser treatments are highly effective. If you get high blood sugar you may see blurring. Read more...
Sometimes. Diabetes can cause weakness of blood vessels in the back of the eye leading to occlusion, leakage and a risk of losing vision. You should keep you hbac1 below 6.5 if at all possible (work with your diabetes doctor). Acute elevations of blood sugar (about 600-800 )can disturb the focus and even cause reversible lens clouding. Diabetes is a major cause of vision loss. Read more...

Will my kidneys fail due to my diabetes type 2 disease?

Not necessarily. If your diabetes and other medical conditions (like high blood pressure) are adequately controlled, your kidneys should not fail. However, both diabetes and hypertension (high blood pressure) are the most common causes of kidney failure in adults but it is not inevitable that diabetics will develop failing kidneys. The key is diet, exercise, blood sugar control, and medication adherence. Read more...

Will my dark, velvety diabetes type 2 spots go away if I lose weight? If not, what can I do?

Most likely yet. Acanthosis nigricans, the dark spots you're explaining in most instances is a sign of Insulin resistance and high blood sugar in obese and diabetic individuals and with weight loss and control of blood sugar goes away. If it's due to another condition like growth hormone intake, birth control pill or genetics, then unless the condition is treated, it won't go away, i.e. In genetic cases it won't. Read more...

Could I use Rogaine for woman if I have diabetes type 2?

Yes. Yes however normal hair follicles shed and everyone has hair loss to some extent. If you are experiencing female allopecia there are medical specialists usually endocrinologist that can diagnosis the problem. Dermatologists or skin doctors can also be helpful in prescribing treatment. Start with your primary care doctor and go from there. Read more...
Not problem. Not aware of any interaction. Even if they do, the amount of Rogaine absorbed will not amount to much. Read more...

I have diabetes type 2 and need advice on how to treat this?

Seebelow. Type 2 diabetes is related to weight change. With the increase in childhood obesity in recent years there have been increasing reports of this form of diabetes in much younger age groups. Because type 2 diabetes is closely linked to obesity. You must reduce your weight.See your doctor, stop sugar food, soda, lower your carbs.Exercise, as nice walk, drink water, follow you doctors advice! Read more...