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Can Diabetic Nephropathy Cause Poor Eyesight

Can diabetic nephropathy cause poor eyesight? Yes, high blood sugar can cause blindness which is a common symptom from Diabetic Nephropathy. Well then, is there any treatment for that?

Can Diabetic Nephropathy Cause Poor EyesightRecently our hospital accepted a patient which is 33 years old and suffers from diabetic nephropathy. This news shocked him. Before coming to our hospital, his local doctor prescribed him some medications such as ciclosporin and valsartan. Although he was hospitalized for 15 days, he had no improvement at all. What’s worse, he felt there was something wrong with his eyes. His eyesight became poor. His doctor suggested him t change a specialized hospital for kidney disease. Then he came to our hospital-Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital.

When he just came to our hospital, his creatinine level was 561umol/L and uric acid was 520umol/L which has been in stage of kidney failure. He did not like dialysis treatment because he knew that once he began dialysis, he may need dialysis for his rest life. Actually the main treatment in our hospital is Chinese medicine therapies which aim to repair injured kidney tissues and improve renal function. Dialysis is just supporting not the major therapy.

Blurred vision is fundus lesions. Poor eyesight and high blood pressure are both complications from diabetic nephropathy. In severe case, it can cause blindness. The treatment include:

1. Dietary therapy

He must follow a strict diet plan including a low sodium, low potassium, low phosphorus, low but high quality protein intake.

2. Medical treatment

Our Chinese medicine treatment includes Medicated Bath, Medicated Full Bath, Moxibustion Therapy, Mai Kang Mixture, Medicinal Soup, Steaming Therapy and Enema Therapy, etc. These therapies first cleanse your blood before treating kidney disease. Toxins in your blood can reduce the effect of medication you take and also cause further kidney damage. Thus, the first step is to remove toxins out. When blood is purified, it can set up a clean blood environment for recovering renal function. The active ingredients can come into kidney lesion directly and helps repair injured kidney tissues and improve renal function. When kidney function is improved, high blood sugar and high blood pressure can be managed from the root. Then, poor eyesight can be treated radically.

After 10 days of Chinese medicine treatments in our hospital, his creatinine level is reduced to 398umol/L and uric acid is reduced 256umol/L. Blood pressure is reduced to normal range and he can see the world clearly.

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