What Are The Early Warning Signs Of Type 2 Diabetes?

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Diabetes Warning: Do Not Ignore These Signs Of Type 1 And Type 2 Diabetes

Diabetes symptoms include urinating more than normal Type 1 and 2 symptoms are similar Having an unquenchable thirst and feeling more tired than usual are also symptoms Untreated diabetes could lead to diabetic ketoacidosis Type 1 and type 2 diabetes are different conditions, but they present similar symptoms. However the majority of people with type 1 diabetes are diagnosed in childhood and early adulthood. The signs of type 1 and type 2 diabetes should never be ignored. If they are not treated, the condition can lead to serious and complex health conditions, such as diabetic ketoacidosis. Untreated type 2 diabetes can affect the heart, blood vessels, nerves, eyes and kidneys. The common symptoms of diabetes include: Going to the toilet a lot, especially at night Excessive urination can be triggered by excess glucose in the blood which interferes with the kidney’s ability to concentrate urine. Being really thirsty The medical term for increased thirst is puldisia. Feeling thirsty all the time, or having a stronger thirst than usual, which continues after drinking can be a sign of diabetes Feeling more tired than usual Feeling tired can be a symptom of low blood sugar. Losing wei Continue reading >>

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  1. tim49120

    heel pain

    Many years ago I was told by a doctor I had bone spurs on my heel. He said the only thing that could be done is surgery to remove them. I put up with the discomfort and it went away. This was before I was diabetic. For the past two weeks when I wake my right heel hurts to walk. It goes away after I get up and move around. My levels were high but with increased insulin (lantus) my levels are around 120 most of the day.
    I know the problems we can have with our feet but I now wonder if this is a sign of a problem or maybe just the bone spurs acting up again.

  2. Tiger Lily

    i had plantar fascitis, and it caused heel pain such as this, i kept the foot raised and kept most weight off that foot for 2 months or longer before it cleared up......... i wouldn't wait that long again, i would be asking for the steroid injection
    my other has bone spurs in her heel along with plantar fascitis, and she needed to get properly fitted shoes and orthotic inserts for her shoes
    see your Dr and ask him what does he recommend
    good luck

  3. Jwp

    I had been DX with severe planter fascitis for a long long time before DX with "D". Turns out that as soon as my sugar levels were under control the heel pain went away.... I attribute mine to too high sugar levels.

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