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Old 08-14-2010, 10:06   #1
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my Mother is a diabetes TYPE 2 patient....
Both her Kidneys r damaged & her BP always remains high..
Can any one guide me on this???

Any Further Questions on my Mother's condition is most welcomed..

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Hello, and welcome! What does your mother's doctor say about her situation? Is she on dialysis treatment? Is she taking any medications? If she can get good control of her diabetes, that will certainly help her kidneys. Good control should keep her kidney condition from getting any worse. A kidney specialist and her diabetes doctor (endocrinologist) will be able to make the right decisions. Good luck to you and your mother in the months ahead!

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Hello, and welcome! What does your mother's doctor say about her situation? Is she on dialysis treatment? Is she taking any medications? If she can get good control of her diabetes, that will certainly help her kidneys. Good control should keep her kidney condition from getting any worse. A kidney specialist and her diabetes doctor (endocrinologist) will be able to make the right decisions. Good luck to you and your mother in the months ahead!

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1) My Mother is a type 1 diabetic patient(Sorry SIR, i mentioned it as TYPE 2 in my previous post).
2) Doctor has asked her to go for her dialysis treatment but for some unstated reasons, she forbids to take it...
3) some details of her medications....
urea-101mg/dl
creatin-5.6mg/dl
Na-132 mmol/l
K- 5.4 mmol/l
serum uric acid- 8.5mg/dl
TSH-5.5
Free Thyroxine- 1.3 ng/dl
Free Tri iodo Thyronine -1.8 pg/ml
4) Injections:
Human Actrapid (before breakfast, lunch & dinner)
Human Insulatard(bed time)
WEPOX 4000 (haemoglobin injections given twice a week)

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