Diabetes Complications

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Complications of Diabetes

We all know about diabetes, don’t we? Nowadays, many of the questions or some kind of fear is whether the Diabetes can be cured or pain continues for life?. Many traditional treatments that claim to cure this illness. Actually, once someone is diagnosed DM (Diabetes Mellitus), then the pain will be there in her lifetime, mean that this disease can not be cured?, To put it means the patient has healed completely free from the disease but it is not so, if the sugar content in the blood is controlled not continue with the diet and various drugs, the higher its sugar and cause various complications, which really is not cured but controlled sugar levels in the state.

Then how or what happens if not controlled sugar levels, this disease will be growing rapidly and affects nearly every organ of the body and cause complications.

One complication that occurs easily and often troublesome is the complication of the eye. Disorders that can happen is retinopathy (damage to the image capture area) and cataracts (eye lens damage). Once the eye is attacked he will not be able to recover back to normal like it came from. Then, how to treat it?

Treatment of these complications are only prevent the damage to the eye does not deteriorate rapidly or in other words slow the onset of complications.
In patients who experienced complications of cataract there is hope if want surgery or replace the lens.

Another minor complication that often arises is a sense of tingling or numbness (paraestesi) at the ends of your toes and fingers due to problems / complications in the peripheral nerves. Or it could also by the onset of itching.

Other complications are also common is the difficulty to recover in case of injury.


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