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I have had Diabetes Type 2 for a few years now.
I recently went to GP surgery as I had symptoms of a urine infection.
As well as producing a urine sample I also had my blood taken.
Urine sample was clear but result of blood was more worrying.
My blood sugar is higher than it should be and it has started to affect my kidney function which is now at 45%.
They have changed one of my tablets and are monitoring me carefully.
The thing that concerns me most is my kidney function.
In 2017 I was diagnosed with kidney stones. Waited all year and eventually had PCNL surgery to remove the stones which was successful. I was a difficult and complicated case as I have horseshoe kidneys (they are joined together) which meant access to the stones was a lot more difficult.
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