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  The most common cause of kidney damage is diabetic nephropathy, which is caused by diabetes. Diabetes prevents the body from dealing with sugar, that also to say glucose, properly. High blood sugar level becomes dangerous because they damage blood vessels, including the tiny vessels in the kidneys, which are responsible for filtering waste and excess fluid.

  Damaged kidneys cannot remove excess water or waste efficiently from the blood which will deposit on the kidney, then causing more damage to the kidneys. Eventually, it will lead to the renal failure. Kidney failure due to diabetes happens slowly. A person may not recognize symptoms until their kidneys cannot function anymore, and dialysis or kidney transplantation is required. Regular doctor visits can help detect kidney problems early ,so progression of kidney failure can be managed to help kidneys work as long as possible.

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