How To Deal With Kidney Stones And Appendicitis In People With Diabetes?
Good afternoon, please enlighten me. My mother has diabetes, complications with stroke and suffers from shortness of breath, and today was diagnosed with kidney stones and appendicitis. How do you handle appendicitis and kidney stones?
DM is a condition where there is an increase in blood sugar levels in the body. High blood sugar levels for a long time can damage organs and blood vessels. Damage to blood vessels can cause various other diseases such as stroke.
Stroke often occurs in patients with diabetes mellitus. Stroke is a condition where there is disruption of blood flow to the brain.
If your mother is currently experiencing kidney stones and appendicitis, then this usually requires surgery. Appendicitis can be dangerous if not treated, it can rupture and can be life threatening.
Performing surgery on appendicitis and kidney stones can only be done in patients with DM and stroke. The doctor will usually perform therapy to stabilize your mother's blood sugar level first, and check other health status such as kidney function, liver function, blood clotting. Thus, the risk of surgery can be minimized.
Appendicitis and kidney stones generally require surgery, and it is recommended that you consult again with the surgeon who treated your mother. So that later the doctor can provide the best recommendation according to your mother's situation. Avoid consumption of any drugs, including traditional therapy that has not proven its benefits.
here is an article that you can read about appendicitis
may be useful. Thank you