Relation of Kidney Disease and Diabetes with HIV

People living with HIV are getting affected by Diabetes more, than people who do not have the virus. One study showed that diabetes was up to four times more common in people with HIV. Diabetes is a common health problem. There are many factors by which you can get it, including having diabetes in your family, being overweight, and being older.

Diabetes and high blood pressure are the major causes of kidney disease. Other factors that increase the risk of kidney disease include heart disease and a family history of kidney failure.




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