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Mother is diabetic & both her kidneys not working , please help

My mother is 68 yrs old and she is diabetic for last 12 yrs and she is taking insulin for last 7 yrs and now recently both her kidneys not working
Asked On : Fri, 10 Dec 2010
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Dietitian & Nutritionist 's  Response

During the course of time, this is what is progression of Diabetes.
Kidneys get damaged because of uncontrolled diabetes.

Do as follows:

1. Follow Appropriate Diet . Diet in this case has to be very tailermade considering her renal parameters as well as blood sugar readings.
2. keep checking her BSL and routine follow-up with diabetologists, nephrologists as well as dietitians.
3. Understand this situation and do co-operate with Dr. s if dialysis is suggested.
4. Balancing diet and other medications will help in reducing complications.

Feel free to drop in your further queries / feedback
Answered: Sat, 8 Jan 2011
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