Bubble in urine usually due to the increased surface tension of urine caused by the organic or inorganic substances in urine. We may see bubbles of varying sizes disappears soon,which means that we have no problem. However,for almost of patients with diabetes,they may find that it is often to see that there are some big bubbles that may disappear quickly,which is due to patients’ disease.
Why does Diabetic Nephropathy cause the bubbles in urine? ONLINE DOCTOR can help you get more information quickly for free.
Diabetic Nephropathy is mainly caused by diabetes and the long-standing high blood sugar may damage the human microcirculation and cause the kidney damage. Compared with other types of kidney disease,Diabetic Nephropathy is more terrible. It may not only cause the kidney damage but also will cause some severer complications that may influence patients daily life badly.
Creatinine can offer doctor the indicator about renal parenchyma injury so that they can make a definite diagnosis to take the specific measures. However,creatinine is not a sensitive indicator. It may increase obviously when the patients’ GFR (Glomerular Filtration Rate) drops into normal 1/3. That is to say,when you are diagnosed with high creatinine,it is necessary for you to do something to protect your kidneys.
For patients with diabetes,they may pay little attention to their urine because their own disease. But I want to tell you,you need the more regular physical examination and urinalysis to avoid the renal damage.
If you are interested in TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) or do not want to live your life depending on machine,we are responsible to recommend you to try Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy. It can remedy your kidney damage fundamentally compared with Kidney Dialysis or Kidney Transplant.
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