Warning Signs of Diabetes




Dr. Jorge Busse, Nephrologist with Baptist Health South Florida, explains if you are diagnosed with diabetes, it is not urgent to be referred to a nephrologist: “Most of the time the kidneys initially will not be affected and usually the primary care physician will determine whether you need referral to a nephrologist or not”.

He says there are symptoms that can be attributed to diabetes, for example, with high sugars you end up with frequent urination that results in being a little dehydrated; that is why thirst is a major issue in type 1. **************************************************************************************************************************************************************************
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