higher than 180 mg/dl,
spill sugar into the urine.
The higher the blood sugar, the more sugar comes out in the urine.
, but if you have diabetes, too much sugar can cause kidney damage.
the Hemoglobin A1C (HgbA1C) protein. The higher the blood sugar gets, the more sugar gets attached to this protein
A normal HgbA1C is less than 6% for someone who doesn’t have diabetes. As the HgbA1C gets higher, more damage is done.
lood vessels of the kidney and destroy the kidney’s filter
kidneys can’t clean the blood properly,
resulting in more water and salt being retained and waste materials building up in the blood.
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