Wounds That Are Difficult To Heal Whether Diabetes?
good morning want to ask if you have a wound that is difficult to heal even the wound is widened and even if it has healed the scar is blackened, and if urinating sometimes smells strong is that a sign of diabetes? ? besides that exercise routine, consumption of water, vegetables and fruit regularly
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Diabetes is a condition of the inability of cells and body tissues to utilize glucose as a metabolic fuel. Diabetes has 2 types, namely type 1 which is caused by the inability of pancreatic cells to produce insulin which functions to transport glucose from blood to cells and tissues that need it. Type 2 diabetes is a condition where the body is unable to respond to insulin so that glucose cannot be utilized by cells and tissues.
Diabetes is caused by multifactorial causes, including genetic factors, excessive body weight, lack of physical activity, age, having comorbidities such as hypertension, having a nuclear family history of diabetes, having abnormal cholesterol and triglyceride levels. Some common symptoms experienced by diabetics include feeling hungry more often, feeling thirsty more often (wanting to drink), frequent urination. In addition, the diagnosis of diabetes can also be made by examining fasting blood sugar, 2 Jampost-prandial blood sugar, examination of HbA1c parameters.
Wound conditions that are difficult to heal can be one of the complications of diabetes caused by high sugar levels in the blood which is a factor influencing the slow recovery of the wound. For wound healing, it is important to consider the condition of your wound, the extent and depth of your wound, and the location of the wound. Wound healing through several stages of healing. The wound care method used also affects the speed of wound healing. It is advisable to consult a doctor related to the injury you have experienced, as well as the symptoms that you are experiencing whether it is necessary to do further tests related to the condition of diabetes that you suspect.
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