Diabetes and Kidney Disease Cause Impotence

Here is the news: diabetes and kidney disease can cause impotence. Both diseases affect hormones and blood circulation that cause impotence in men. Other diseases that cause impotence are spinal cord injuries and multiple sclerosis. Have a peek at this web-site to get more details about diabetes and kidney disease.

Diabetes and Kidney Disease Cause Impotence

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One function of the kidneys is to separate waste, which we eliminated in our urine, from the essential ingredients that need to be put back into our bloodstream. 

Proteinuria, a result of the various types of kidney disease, occurs when protein, mostly albumin, leaks out into the urine causing our protein levels in our blood becomes too low. 

We need protein in our blood to keep the fluid in the blood vessels, and without the leakage of fluid into the tissues and blood excreted through the urine. This is known as "nephritic syndrome".

Kidney stones may occur when a person has a buildup of too much calcium oxalate or uric acid in their urine, and it hardened into a crystal-like stone that can be very painful to pass. 

Hypertension, or high blood pressure, and drugs used to treat it, can cause kidney problems. A blockage of one or both arteries leading to the kidneys can develop, and the kidneys respond by releasing too much of a chemical called vasopressin which causes blood pressure to rise greatly.