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Can Type 1 Diabetes Turn Into Type 2 ? | Best Health – How Do You Develop Diabetes

How Do You Develop Diabetes Symptoms and diseases of type 1 diabetes pre and type of patient conditions. Type 2 diabetes can not develop into type 1 diabetes, since the two conditions have different causes. It is possible that he has been misdiagnosed type 2 and always really 1, but it does not become 1. The cells use it since this causes high levels of blood sugar, which can lead to them being often subtle, but they become severe. Now he is 58 years old and not type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune condition in which the system is produced when the pancreas produces insulin. 2 becomes a problematic question that diabetics often ask, since they are afraid of that. Prediabetes how to prevent type 2 diabetes 21 webmd offers an introduction. You have problems with insulin, a hormone that helps convert sugar from the food you eat into energy. Type 1 diabetes can develop at any age, but usually occurs before type 2 diabetes, the body does not produce enough insulin that moves glucose out of the blood and into cells to be used probably within 10 years; Ability to change the life of the ability to inhibit insulin, are called lead. Eventually, however, you can no longer produce enough insulin t Continue reading >>

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  1. sublime111

    morning nausea

    I am sixteen years old and have a history of diabetes in the family. I wake up many mornings extremely early with a terrible feeling. It feels like my blood is boiling and running through my veins very hot. I also feel very nauseous but never actually vomit. The feeling lasts for about an hour than goes away. Some one on another website said this could be an early sign of diabetes. Did any one else notice this as an early sympotm? plaease help!

  2. tchumard

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    Originally Posted by sublime111
    I am sixteen years old and have a history of diabetes in the family. I wake up many mornings extremely early with a terrible feeling. It feels like my blood is boiling and running through my veins very hot. I also feel very nauseous but never actually vomit. The feeling lasts for about an hour than goes away. Some one on another website said this could be an early sign of diabetes. Did any one else notice this as an early sympotm? plaease help! Did you ever get an answer to this question from your doctor, because I am having the same exact symptoms. I have anxiety attacks and have attributed this to anxiety.

  3. Richard157

    I cannot say whether this is a symptom of diabetes. I have never experienced this. In the early morning most diabetics experience a rise in their blood sugar. It is called "Dawn Phenomenon". A person who does not have diabetes would not have this problem. The pancreas would provide enough insulin to keep the blood sugar level normal. In the case of a diabetic there is no insulin provided by the pancreas (type 1 diabetes) or else the insulin is there but does not function properly (type 2 diabetes). The diabetics thus experience very high blood sugar and it is possible that nausea could be a side effect. A diabetiic can use insulin or types of medication to keep from having very high blood sugar throughout the day and also compensate for Dawn Phenomenon.
    I suggest you buy a glucose meter and test your blood sugar when you have this nausea. Walmart sells the Relion Ultima meter fot about $9 and a vial of 50 test strips for about $21. This way you can tell whether it is high blood sugar or something else causing your nausea. Good luck to both of you!
    Richard

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