Uncontrolled diabetes can lead to chronic kidney disease (CKD), a serious condition that can result in kidney failure. Symptoms of CKD often do not appear until the disease is advanced, but common signs include frequent urination, weight gain and muscle cramps. Doctors can diagnose CKD through urine and blood tests. To prevent or slow the progression of the disease, it is crucial to manage diabetes and blood pressure, maintaining a healthy lifestyle and regular medication.
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