Why Patients with Diabetes Have Reduced Urine Output
It is known to as Diabetes is featured with increased thirsty, increased hunger and frequent urination. However, some patients may have reduced urine output for no clear reason. Why does it occur? Is it good or bad to the patients?
If you are a diabetic and have reduced urine output for no clear reason, you should pay more attention to it because it may imply there is something wrong with your kidneys. Maybe you know factors affecting life expectancy in diabetic nephropathy patients.
The capillaries in kidneys are responsible for filtering blood and discharging the metabolic wastes and excess fluid in body by producing urine. However, if the blood sugar is controlled poorly, it will cause damage to the capillaries in kidneys. As a result, they will not be able to function normally as before.
If your urine output declines, it proves that your kidneys have been damaged badly. Besides reduced urine output, the patients may also have swelling, high blood pressure and protein in urine etc.
So, how to increase urine output effectively?
1. Usually, your doctors will prescribe some diuretic to help discharge fluid in your body.
2. You should limit water intake. As the urine output decline, much fluid intake can cause edema.
3. Reduced urine output results of impaired kidneys. If the kidney function improves and the kidneys can recover their normal excretion function, the excess fluid will be filtered out of body normally.
Therefore, the primary goal in increasing urine output for the patients with Diabetes is to restore the impaired kidneys.
Every year, more than 1000 patients come to Kidney Disease Hospital in China to receive Immunotherapy and more than 85% of them have a good recovery.
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