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5 Signs You Might Have Diabetes The Symptoms In Adults and Children 5 EARLY SIGNS OF DIABETES and For need more info about us then subscribe us also contact via below this link: JOIN WITH US: Subscribe Us : https://goo.gl/UOEsZy Fb Page : http://bit.ly/2c3tZ9n Follow Us: https://goo.gl/q0qaLr

11 Signs You Might Have Diabetes | Healthcentral

You might not have any symptoms that you have type 2 diabetes when you get it. In fact, researchers think that the average person already has it for 10 years when a doctor diagnoses it. This type of diabetes comes on slowly. I didnt have any symptoms, but the fact that I was way overweight should have given me the warning so that I could start to manage the disease. Are you thirsty a lot of the time? Having diabetes means that sugar builds up in your bloodstream causing fluid to be pulled from your body. As a result you will probably be more thirsty than normal. Having to pee a lot is another of the most common warning signs that you may have type 2 diabetes. You may notice this more at night when it interrupts your sleep. This is connected of course with being more thirsty and therefore drinking more. What goes in must come out. When you get diabetes, the sugar in your blood gets too high. This can pull fluid from the lenses of your eyes making it harder for your eyes to focus. Blurred vision seems to be the third most common warning sign that you have diabetes. Diabetes affects your bodys ability to heal. This can happen because all that sugar in our bloodstream damages our bloo Continue reading >>

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  1. kim94523

    Unexplained bruising...??

    Hi all, I just looked at my foot and the top of it is black and blue. I didn't do anything today that would cause it except walk maybe 100 yards (not up hill - just across the street) in flip flops with my son. The bruise was not there this morning--it literally just appeared. The whole top of my foot is black and blue. Online it says it can be from RA low platelet count or side effect of prednisone. I am newly diagnosed and haven't seen rheumy yet but my numbers are high and I have been in increasingly worse pain for months... I see rheumy Wednesday. But online it says this is a symptom not to ignore and to call doc right away. So does that mean I should go to urgent care on a Sunday or can this kind of thing wait until Monday? Thanks fellow fighters, Kim (rheumy newbie)

  2. kim94523

    P.s. I take 5mg of prednisome-just started that Wednesday (only 3 doses). I am not on anything else for RA yet. Even cut out the Advil this weekend.

  3. bronwyn97278

    Hi Kim; yep, perhaps it wouldn't hurt to go and have a Liver Function Test (or whatever the dr suggests) as if bruising is occurring for unknown reason, it needs to be checked out...even for some "relief" if nothing.....I always say, "if concerned, check it out"...also it will assist your rheumatologist too, to measure/check what dosage your body can tolerate??? but go and see someone today....aand let us know what the outcome is for all of us for future knowledge. regards

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Type 2 Diabetes: These Are The Early Warning Signs - Simplemost

According to the American Diabetes Association, 30.3 million people in the United Statesor 9.4 percent of all Americanshave diabetes. Type 2 diabetes accounts for 90 to 95 percent of all diabetes cases. In 2017, the group estimated that 7.2 million Americans have diabetes but havent been diagnosed. And its a very serious disease which kills about 80,000 people in the U.S. every year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention . The good news is that type 2 diabetes is highly treatable . In fact, there have been cases of remission , in which all signs and symptoms disappear. Learning about the risks, symptoms and treatment can help you watch for signs of and perhaps even reduce your chances of getting this deadly disease. When you have type 2 diabetes, your body is unable to use insulin properly. Initially, your pancreas produces extra insulin to compensate, but eventually it is unable to make enough insulin to control the glucose levels in your blood. Glucose builds up in your cells and can eventually cause eye, kidney, nerve or heart problems. Unlike type 1 diabetes, which is unpreventable and hits its patients at random, often at a young age , type 2 diabetes ca Continue reading >>

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    Over the last few days and night I've been sweating really bad (never sweated this much) and I've hardly had any sleep. What can be the issue??

  2. Juicyj

    HI @Type1Wonder_ What have your blood glucose levels been like as it sounds like a hypo ?

  3. Type1Wonder_

    Juicyj said: ↑
    HI @Type1Wonder_ What have your blood glucose levels been like as it sounds like a hypo ? It doesn't feel like a hypo I feel fine I think it's high I've read on the internet that it's could be call fight or flight? Or when my blood levels have been high for too long

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http://ehow2.co/diabetes-treatment - Visit the link and discover more about signs of diabetes in men and women. Signs of Diabetes - Signs of Diabetes in Men - Signs of Diabetes in Women & Adults | Diabetes Signs Signs of Diabetes Are you worried that you may have a diabetes? Having some of the signs of diabetes doesn't mean you definitely have the condition, but you should always contact your doctor, just to make sure. Most early symptoms are from higher-than-normal levels of glucose, a kind of sugar, in your blood. Common Symptoms The common symptoms of diabetes include: Going to the toilet a lot, especially at night. Being really thirsty. Feeling more tired than usual. Losing weight without trying to. Genital itching or thrush. Cuts and wounds take longer to heal. Blurred vision. Type 1 Diabetes Although the majority of people with Type 1 diabetes are diagnosed in childhood and early adulthood, the symptoms are the same at any age. Adults diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes may not recognise their symptoms as quickly as children, which in turn will prove detrimental as diagnosis then treatment may be delayed. High levels of glucose being passed in the urine are a perfect breeding grou

The 17 Warning Signs Of Type-2 Diabetes

Many people suffer from type-2 diabetes and don’t even know it. This is because some of the symptoms might not seem like much, but it is vital to know what could be a warning sign… Type-2 diabetes is a bigger danger than we often realize. This is because it is not only the ailment itself that is a problem, but it can also lead to various other serious health issues. If you are not careful, type-2 diabetes can lead to things like insulin resistance, heart disease, heart attacks, and stroke. Here are 17 warning signs that might tell you that you are already suffering from type-2 diabetes or are well on your way to it… Constantly feeling thirsty. Always feeling hungry, even after you have just eaten. Your mouth feeling dry the whole time. Frequently urinating. Unexplained weight loss, even while eating more. Feeling tired and fatigued. Blurry vision. Persistent headaches Occasional loss of consciousness. Sores or cuts that don’t seem to heal. Itchy skin, especially around the groin or vaginal area. Regular yeast infections. Fluctuations in your bodyweight. Acanthosis nigricans (Velvety dark skin patches in the neck, armpit, and groin) Numbness, tingling, or pain in the hands a Continue reading >>

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    I keep coming back to the same question; how long can a person live with type 2 diabetes? I'm 30 years old; I was diagnosed a year ago with type 2 diabetes. At the time I was diagnosed I weighed 155 pounds; I was not over weight by any means. I was fairly physically fit. Now only a year in already the metformin is not working well and my doctor has added glipizide to my treatment.
    I work very hard to eat healthy and I exercise like an absolute maniac, but I keep wondering how long I'm going to have. I know I'm not going to die tomorrow, but I wonder how long I can expect to survive with diabetes if nothing else (like a bus) gets me first.
    I've seen a few long term success stories, but they are always from Type 1 diabetics. I'm not sure the Type 1 diabetes survival rate applies to Type 2 due to the insulin resistance aspect. With the insulin resistance gradually getting worse over time, how long will insulin even be able to manage the blood glucose for some one with Type 2 diabetes?
    Is insulin resistance even an issue for Type 1 diabetics? I don't think it is, but maybe I'm not educated enough.

  2. robbytype2

    i plan on living right up till the day i die ....
    i was watching a dlife show on television i believe the man was in eighties he said something to the fact his diet was simple no white bread and no white sugar ,my grand mothers older brother i guess my great uncle you would call him is 77 i think maybe 78 and still kicking not sure if the guy on t.v was type 1 or 2 cant remember but my great uncle is type 2

  3. pdxdennisj

    In his office my Endo has pictures of patients of his with D that are sill going after 40+ years. With proper care I don't think there needs to be a limit.

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