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Adult Diabetic Nephropathy Symptoms

For most adult patients with Diabetic Nephropathy, there exists no symptom in the early stages . If patients experience kidney impairment, they may have small amounts of protein which will leak into the urine. Normally, protein can not be found in urine except during periods of high fever, strenuous exercise, pregnancy or infection.

Not everyone with Diabetes will experience Diabetic Nephropathy. For patients with type 1 diabetes, Diabetic Nephropathy is more likely to develop between 5 to 10 years or more after the onset of Diabetes. People with type 2 diabetes may find out that they already have a small amount of protein in the urine when diabetes is diagnosed, because they may have suffered from Diabetes for several years.

As Diabetic Nephropathy develops, kidney function is impaired severely, and they can not work well. They can not clear toxins or drugs from the body. In addition, they can not balance the chemicals in the blood very well. Patients may lose more protein in urine, have higher blood pressure, and higher cholesterol and triglyceride levels. If Nephropathy gets worse, patients may have symptoms like edema, first in the feet and legs and later throughout the body, poor appetite, weight loss, weakness, feeling tired or worn out, nausea or vomiting, and trouble sleeping. If the kidneys are severely impaired, blood sugar levels may decrease because the kidneys cannot remove excess insulin or can not filter oral medicines which increase insulin production.