About 1/3 of people with diabetes develop kidney disease, and diabetes is the most common cause of kidney failure. But there are steps you can take to prevent kidney disease by controlling your blood sugar and blood pressure, and getting your kidneys tested.
- Diabetes: Are You At Risk?
- Diabetes: Get Tested
- Diabetic Kidney Disease: What is it?
- Diabetes and Your Eyes, Heart, Nerves, Feet, and Kidneys
- Diabetes: A Major Risk Factor for Kidney Disease
- Ten Tips for Diabetes Self-Management
- Managing Blood Sugar for Kidney Health
- African Americans and Diabetes
- Hispanic Americans and Diabetes
If you have both diabetes and kidney disease, you can find tools and resources here to help you manage your health, whether you are in early stage kidney disease, on dialysis, or have a transplant.
- Diabetes and Kidney Disease (Stage 1-4)
- Diabetes and Kidney Failure (Stage 5)
- New Onset Diabetes: A Guide for Kidney Transplant Recipients
- Quality of Life With Diabetes and Chronic Kidney Disease
- Carbohydrate Counting with Chronic Kidney Disease
- Track Your Labs Spreadsheet (For People with CKD Stages 1-4)