What are the Causes of Foamy Urine in Diabetes2016-11-22 16:23
Quite a number of diabetics complain there are foams in their urine, but they don’t know why. So today, i will give you the answer, hoping it can help you to solve your problem.
What are the causes of foamy urine in diabetes?
If you have a habit of delaying your urge to urinate, foamy urine may be something common to you even though you didn’t have diabetes. If this is the only cause of you having bubbly urine, you don’t need any worry.
Glucose in urine
For diabetics, some glucose may leak into urine. Glucose in urine can cause your urine to become bubbly, but the bubble is usually in various sizes and lasts shortly, it is more likely to indicate glucose leakage.
Kidneys are involved commonly in diabetes. If diabetes is uncontrolled effectively, high blood sugar is more likely to attack tiny kidney filters, called glomeruli, which is responsible for filtering blood and getting rid of waste substances. In this case, foamy urine may occur as a consequence of protein in urine that is an early sign of glomerulonephritis. This should attract your attention.
From the above analysis, you should firstly detect whether your foamy urine is an indicator of diabetic kidney disease, also known as Diabetic Nephropathy. Some tests such as urine test and blood test may be helpful for you.
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