The symptoms of type two diabetes can come on very slowly and the sign are often dismissed as simply getting older.
That why you should learn how to spot type 2 diabetes symptoms.
Even if you found out that you are a prediabetic the chances of heart diabetes increase like type 2 or Type 2 diabetes.
Below are some of the symptoms that you can experience if you have type 2 diabetes.
Increased thirst: When is comes to having type 2 diabetes, often the have no symptoms, but one of the first signs might bring very thirsty.
Frequent Urination: Urinating more often than normal, particular needing to do so during the night.
Increased hunger: Often feeling hungry, particularly if you feel hungry shortly after eating.
Dry mouth: Feeling abnormally thirsty.
Unexplained weight loss: Sudden weight loss or loss of muscle mass.
Fatigue: Feeling tired during the day, particularly after meals.
Slow Healing: Slow healing of cuts or wounds.
Genital Itchiness: Itching of the skin, particularly itchiness around the genitals.
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If you have a few of this type diabetes symptoms contact you health care provider, it is important to get diabetes testing and start a treatment plan early to prevent serious diabetes complications.
The test that will be performed are listed below:
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Understanding Prediabetes: Prediabetes or Borderline diabetes is a growing global problems that is closely linked to the obesity epidemic.
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Prediabetes, also commonly referred to as borderline diabetes, is a metabolic condition and growing global problem that is closely tied to obesity.
This diabetes information will teach you about the types, symptoms and how to mange your blood sugar.
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