9 Symptoms That Could Mean You Have Diabetes

Frequent urination – This is the common man sign or symptoms of
diabetic. Though, not all frequent urination is related to diabetics
but is one of the primary sign of diabetes. This is a result of

elevated or high glucose level which can cause more frequent urination
than normal. .

Increased thirst – Definitely , if you are urinating excessively, your
thirst for water will increase. Drinking more water than usual,
drinking literally all day, or having an unquenchable thirst can also
be a symptom of diabetes caused by high glucose levels. Urinating more
than usual will make you dehydrated and because of that you will want
to drink more water than usual in order to replace the one you have

Increased appetite for food – Unbalanced blood glucose can increase
your appetite for food more than normal , especially sugar-rich food.

Undue body weakness and fatigue – Glucose is needed for energy and
vitality. This energy make us to be active in our daily activities.
But in case of diabetes, the body will not be able to efficiently
utilize glucose as a result of insufficient insulin or inability of
the body to use insulin effectively. This will lead to undue body
weakness and fatigue.

Undue weight loss – Excessive urination will make you loss weight
because you are passing out sugar which an integral part of weight
building. Then, as the body cannot manufacture insulin, then the body
starts breaking down fat and muscle for the needed energy. However,
one does not need to be panic because staying lean is one of the best
way to manage diabetes.

Blurred vision – This can be a sign of diabetes as a result of
fluctuating glucose level. People with diabetes are advice to properly
manage their glucose level as this can turn them to early blind
person. If you have a family history of diabetes and you started
experiencing undue blurred vision, it is better you go for diabetes

Tingling or numbness in the feet – High levels of glucose in your
blood can damage your nervous system and affect your hands and feet
making you feel like you have pins and needle in your feet. I have
someone, experiencing this and it is called neuropathy. It is a
painful symptoms of diabetes especially in long time diabetic patients
who does not manage their condition/glucose level properly.

Unhealed wound or bruises – is also a serious symptoms of diabetes and
can be costly if not properly managed.

Other form of diabetes symptoms are gum or bladder infections, vaginal
infections, dry or scaly skin, low mood or irritability and
forgetfulness/ loss of memory. symptoms


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