Swollen eyes can occur if there is abnormal accumulation of fluid around the eyes. This condition is commonly seen in diabetes. There is a number of medical conditions which can cause puffy eyes.Here are some possible causes. If you have any questions please ask our ONLINE DOCTOR directly for free.
Diabetic nephropathy, one of serious complications of diabetes, can cause swelling due to excess sodium and fluid retention. As the kidneys are impaired, they fail to remove fluid from body properly.
Puffiness may be a side effect of certain drugs,including the oral diabetes drugs. People sometimes experience mild edema when starting on insulin therapy,but this generally goes away within a few weeks.
How to relieve puffy eyes in diabetes?
As there is a variety of causes of puffy eyes in diabetes,to control it,the first step is to figure out the specific causes. Based on the causes,the targeted treatment will be adopted. Consult with our online doctor and get to know the cause of puffy eyes in diabetes.
Diabetic nephropathy commonly occurs among people with a history of diabetes for 5~10 years. If swollen eyes are related to
Kidney disease,the major treatment goal is to improve the secretory ability of the kidneys. Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy can stimulate the self-regeneration of impaired kidney tissues to enhance renal function.
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