Life Expectancy of People with Diabetic Nephropathy
After Diabetic Nephropathy diagnosis, many people worry about their life expectancy. However, there is no a fast answer to the question as a number of factors which can affect the life expectancy of people with Diabetic Nephropathy.
In fact, the life expectancy of patients with Diabetic Nephropathy is mainly attributable to their illness conditions and treatment they choose.
If the patients are newly diagnosed with Diabetic Nephropathy and the protein in urine is mild as well as blood pressure keeps stable, they can live as long as general people if receiving proper treatment and keeping healthy physical activity and healthy diet.
Protein in urine is a very important factor in influencing the prognosis of Diabetic Nephropathy. The more protein is in urine, the poorer prognosis of Diabetic Nephropathy will be. If the patients can receive proper treatment before they have massive proteins in urine, their renal function can be reserved completely.
Besides preventing proteinuria, the patients with Diabetic Nephropathy should also control the cholesterol level and blood glucose level and prevent other complications of Diabetes such as heart disease, nerve disease etc.
The life expectancy of people with Diabetic Nephropathy is mainly up to the treatment the patients choose.
In China, we use the combination therapy of traditional Chinese medicine and advanced Immunotherapy, which has showed a significant improvement in treating Diabetic Nephropathy.
Traditional Chinese medicine can dilate blood vessels. On one hand, it can improve blood supply to systemic organs including kidneys and tissues. Therefore, it can relieve the complications of Diabetes such as Diabetic Foot, nerve disease, fundus disease etc. Also, once the systemic circulation is improved, it can promote the excretion of metabolic products out of body thus creating a favorable environment for restoring the impaired islet cells and kidney cells.
In treating Diabetic Nephropathy, immunotherapy will make the islet pancreas and kidneys work more efficiently than before.