Diabetes kidney function
How I Reversed My Diabetic Kidney Disease & Completely Avoided the Pain, Discomfort & Expense That Accompany Dialysis & Kidney Transplant Surgery!
Approximately 30 percent of patients with Type 1 diabetes (also known as juvenile onset diabetes) and 10 to 40 percent of those with Type 2 diabetes (also known as adult onset diabetes) eventually suffer kidney failure, according to the latest statistics
If you are one of the unlucky ones, I can assure you what you probably already know – you don’t want to go through kidney failure. You should be doing everything you can to avoid it and I’m going to share with you a groundbreaking treatment that has proved successful for a number of diabetic kidney disease sufferers.
But First, Let Me Quickly Share With You My Story
I was diagnosed with diabetes when I was 8 years old and I have to admit looking back on my life I wasn’t as dedicated to eating right and exercising as I should have been.
As I got older I paid the price for my lackadaisical attitude when I began suffering from a number of different health problems the most serious of which was diabetic kidney disease.
As the doctor explained it to me, diabetes damages the small blood vessels in the body and when the blood vessels in the kidneys are injured it results in your kidneys being unable to properly clean your blood.
As a result, your body starts retaining more water and salt than it should, which results in weight gain and ankle swelling. In addition you may find protein in your urine and waste materials may also build up in your blood.
None of this is good for your health. Plus, diabetes can also damage your nerves. This is called diabetic neuropathy and one of the affects of this condition can be difficulty emptying your bladder. The pressure from a full bladder can then back up and further injure your kidneys. You may also develop an infection from urine that remains in the bladder too long.
Some of the early warning signs of diabetic kidney disease are an increased excretion of albumin in the urine, weight gain, ankle swelling, high blood pressure and the urge to urinate at night.
Later, as your kidneys begin to fail your blood urea nitrogen (BUN) levels will rise as well as the level of creatinine in your blood.
In addition you may also experience nausea, vomiting, a loss of appetite, weakness, increasing fatigue, itching, muscle cramps and anemia.
I Was Experiencing Several of These Symptoms
When I Went to See the Doctor
I still remember sitting in the doctor’s exam room as he told me the news –that I had diabetic kidney disease and that there was a very good chance that I would suffer total kidney failure in the not too distant future.
My heart sank and I felt sick to my stomach. I left the doctor’s office that day in a fog and the first thing I did when I got home was start searching the Internet for more information on diabetic kidney disease.
What I found there honestly scared me to death.
I read stories of intense suffering, of constant “brain fog” and moodiness, fatigue, swelling, headaches, depression and loss of appetite.
I read stories of the pain and discomfort of dialysis treatment. I read stories about having a fistula put on your arm so that you can undergo the dialysis treatments – that was something that I had never heard of before and I wish to this day that I never had heard of it.
I was shocked and worried.
I didn’t want to go through any of this. I didn’t want to feel tired and depressed. I didn’t want my legs to swell and I didn’t want to have transplant surgery.
At that time my future looked so bleak and scary that I broke down and cried.
Here I Was a 38-Year-Old Man Sobbing Like a Baby
I cried and I cried until I literally couldn’t cry any more. Then I just sat there, feeling spent, wondering what I was going to do. I asked myself what can I do? I really didn’t know what options I had, so I began doing more research online.
What I discovered during those long Internet searches ended up changing my life and saving me from the pain of long needles and cramping and all the other negatives that accompany dialysis.
What I found was an honest-to-goodness all-natural program that reverses Type 1 & Type 2 Diabetic Nephropathy so that you can avoid harmful drugs and dialysis!
This program worked for me and it’s worked for thousands of other people as well. If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with diabetic kidney disease I urge you to check it out today. Just click on this link – http://tinyurl.com/jsyfjg5