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Why does diabetes occur after renal transplantation?


With the continuous increase of renal transplant patients, the incidence of diabetes  after renal transplantation is increasing year by year. Diabetes after renal transplantation can increase the incidence of infectious diseases and cardiovascular complications, and also affect the long-term function of grafts. So, why does diabetes occur after renal transplantation?
Drugs used after kidney transplantation may lead to diabetes. The main drugs that cause diabetes are glucocorticoids, which are methylprednisolone and prednisone. These two drugs are used in every kidney transplant patient, which can cause hyperglycemia and lead to diabetes.
After kidney transplant, many people will improve their appetite and weight gain, while some patients worry about kidney transplantation and exercise less, which will increase the chance of diabetes. In addition, there are some family with genetic background, without the use of immunosuppressive drugs without performance for diabetes, and in the use of some influence on blood glucose and drug cases appear abnormal blood glucose, leading to the occurrence of diabetes.
Why does diabetes occur after renal transplantation? Through the introduction of the above content, I believe you all have a certain understanding, if you do not understand anything, you can consult our online doctor, or give us a message, we will reply to you as soon as possible.

Why does diabetes occur after renal transplantation

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