Diabetes Complications: Human Organs

 Diabetes affects almost all the organs in humans. It severely affects the Cardiovascular System and the Urinary system. Also it affects nervous system. Retinopathy is caused by blood vessels in the back of the eye (the retina) swelling and leaking. High blood pressure is also a contributing factor for diabetic retinopathy. Diabetes contributes to high blood pressure and is linked with high cholesterol which significantly increases the risk of heart attacks and cardiovascular disease. Damage to the kidneys takes place over a period of years and can picked up by nephropathy screening before it gets too serious. The presence of nerve damage (neuropathy) is commonly noticed. An alternative cause of disturbed digestion can be the result of diabetes medication.

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