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How does diabetes affect the eyes?

Diabetes mellitus and vision are interrelated, since an excess of glucose in the blood leads to the destruction of blood vessels (and the appearance of new ones) in the eyeballs, clouding of the lens, and retinal detachment. Most often, diabetics develop retinopathy , cataracts, and glaucoma. The progression of these pathologies can be stopped, as well as complete blindness…
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How to understand that you are starting diabetes? Explains the endocrinologist

Endocrinologist Valentina Shutova on what diabetes mellitus is, how do the two types of disease differ from each other, and by what signs can one understand that problems begin? Valentina Shutova,endocrinologist of the highest category Diabetes mellitus is a syndrome in which there is a chronic increase in blood sugar in the human body. The disease…
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“If diabetes is diagnosed early , there is every chance of getting rid of it or maintaining a good quality of life.”

“According to statistics , there are about 270 thousand people with diabetes in Belarus. About the same number of people suffer from it in a latent form. 95% of all patients have type 2 diabetes, which is associated in most cases with overweight. ”   Vladimir LapaDeputy Director of ALC ” Seisimed “, endocrinologist A little about the disease In simple and understandable terms, diabetes is…
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Avitaminosis and diabetes mellitus: what causes the blood vessels in the eyes to burst?

Sometimes, forgetting to go to bed on time or after watching a movie, we find redness of the eyes and blood vessels bursting in them. Fortunately, few people face the problem of bursting capillaries in the eyes. This state of the vessels is accompanied by redness and discomfort in the form of burning, because blood flows…
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More people with diabetes in Belarus

At the beginning of 2012, almost 224 thousand people were registered in Belarus suffering from this disease, of which 1.5 thousand were children. Diabetes is diagnosed in 21-22 thousand people annually. In 93% of patients with diabetes mellitus of the second type, in 5% – of the first type, the rest were diagnosed with other specific forms of this…
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WHO forecast: by 2040, one in ten will have diabetes

The seminar was attended by more than 120 health professionals in the field of endocrinology, endocrinologists and therapists who are directly involved in teaching the self-control of patients with diabetes. The problem of diabetes mellitus is relevant and poses a number of tasks for the country’s medicine. The most important of these are: achieving glycemic control…
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Diabetes insipidus: causes and symptoms, treatment in women and men

Diabetes insipidus causes Diabetes insipidus is a disease characterized by disorders in the urinary system and the hypothalamus. In most cases, the disease affects individual parts of the pituitary gland, which leads to improper production of the diuretic hormone vasopressin. The disease is often confused with diabetes mellitus, which is fundamentally wrong, since the pathologies differ from each…
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Stages of diabetes mellitus: from prediabetes to type 1 and 2 diabetes, complications

Diabetes mellitus is a disease that has many complications and, in some cases, may be asymptomatic. Prediabetes Prediabetes occurs when blood sugar levels are elevated. With the disease, the classical diagnosis is not made, but there is a great risk for the development of a chronic form. Disease symptoms: hunger; feeling of thirst; frequent urination; deterioration of vision.…
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Diabetes ulcers – treatment methods: ointments, folk remedies, surgery

Diabetes mellitus is a chronic disease and is often accompanied by various complications such as hypertension, decreased visual acuity, and circulatory disorders. Due to improper blood circulation on the body, trophic ulcers occur, which can lead to additional complications. With the disease, a gradual thinning and destruction of blood vessels occurs, which leads to necrosis of soft…
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Foot problems in diabetes mellitus – causes, stages of complications, treatment

Some diabetics suffer from foot diseases (diabetic foot). Typically, diabetes-affected legs are found in older people. Doctors recommend starting treatment immediately when symptoms appear, otherwise the situation only worsens, and the patient with diabetes risks remaining immobilized. Lower limb problems in diabetics There are several problems with the legs in people with diabetes mellitus for a long…
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