Diabetes Can Lead to Poor Bladder Control
Type 2 diabetes is a major problem in the United States. The number of people that have diabetes that don't properly take care of their diabetes is very high. According to some doctors the number of patients who are not properly managing their diabetes is growing and more education is needed to help patients care for themselves. Not properly managing diabetes can lead to serious complications including amputation, death, heart disease, kidney problems, hypoglycemia, hyperglycemia and more. In addition to these risks, diabetes patients often don't realize that if they fail to take care of their diabetes, they may end up with poor bladder control or no control over their bladders at all.