How Long Can I Live with Diabetic Nephropathy
Diabetic Nephropathy refers to a serious complication of diabetes. In recent years, the morbidity of diabetes is on the rise, accordingly, the risk of presenting diabetic nephropathy is elevated. In this text, we mainly talk about the life expectancy for people with diabetes and kidney disease.
Kidneys in our body work as blood cleaners and they can help excrete waste products out of the blood. In this disease, long-term high blood sugar level can cause decline of kidney function and lead to many complications. Without effective control, it will develop into kidney failure eventually. If this happens, their life span will be affected.
Life expectancy for patients with Diabetic Nephropathy
According to the data, about 75% sufferers will develop into renal failure in 15 years. In this case, they have to resort to dialysis or a kidney transplant. Then, is there any effective treatments?
How to prolong the life span?
Well control of blood pressure and blood sugar These two indexes are leading factors of DN, so it is necessary to bring them under control. Let’s take high blood pressure for example, medications like ACE Inhibitors, ARBs can be beneficial. For more info, you can click How to Treat High Blood Pressure in Diabetic Nephropathy.
Alleviate symptoms and restore kidney function The hot compress therapy recommended at our Huaxia Kidney Disease Hospital is a good choice. By extending blood vessels, promoting blood circulation, anti-coagulation and providing nutrients for the impaired kidneys, the treatment goal can be achieved eventually. Once kidney function is restored, patients can live longer.
If you happen to be a person with diabetic nephropathy and want to prolong the life expectancy, do not forget that we are always here to help. Anything unclear, you can click the Live Contact or leave us a message below. Keep well!
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