Swollen Feet And Urination Is Not Smooth?
Happy mlm 3 days ago my mother suddenly had swollen legs. My mother had a history of blood sugar … just 3 days ago I checked it turned out that my mother had heart symptoms until her legs were swollen … and now her legs are even more swollen and her urine isn’t smooth. … that’s why then I have to give medicine to my mother so that the urine goes smooth again and her legs are flat again
Thank you for the question.
Diabetes (diabetes) is a disease that occurs when the body is unable to produce enough insulin or when the body is unable to respond properly to the activity of the hormone insulin, which causes blood sugar levels to rise, and cannot be used effectively by cells in producing energy. This condition, if not treated properly, can cause complications to various organ systems, including the kidneys, brain, heart, eyes, nerves, etc. Swollen feet and not urinating smoothly that your mother is experiencing, most likely indicates damage to the kidneys (nephropathy) due to the influence of diabetes.
It could also be swollen feet and not urinating smoothly that your mother experienced due to other factors, for example cellulitis, urinary tract infections, urinary tract stones, deep vein thrombosis, varicose veins, heart problems, nervous disorders, liver disorders, liver disorders, malnutrition, and so.
A comprehensive physical examination is needed to ascertain the exact cause of the complaints your mother has. Therefore, you should accompany your mother to check her condition directly to the doctor or doctor of internal medicine. Through blood tests, urine tests, x-rays, or other supporting examinations, often doctors are able to give him the best treatment, for example by being given drugs, injections, dialysis, and so on.
In the meantime, you should not panic excessively, Help reduce your mother's complaints by:
Remind him to take his diabetes medication according to doctor's advice. Let him rest more, position swollen feet higher. Give your mother enough drink, as recommended by doctors, especially water. Remind your mother to eat more fruits and vegetables. Limit consumption of foods containing simple carbohydrates. and excessive salt, multiply high-fiber and high-antioxidant foods Don't smoke Don't carelessly give your mother medicine before prescribed by a doctor