With diabetes there are a few urinary problems that can be encountered. One is passing of increased amounts of urine if glucose levels are too high. Another is pain and passing of small amounts if there is a infection present, and this infection can also cause a foul smell. A further problem is that of frothing if the kidneys have been damaged by high glucose levels over a long time resulting in increased leakage of protein in the urine. In patients with type 1 diabetes, they can develop ketones in their urine if glucose levels go to high. The medication used to treat diabetes doesn’t cause any problems.
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