8 Signs of a Diabetes Symptom

Discovering and taking notice of early diabetic signs gives you a fighting chance of preventing diabetes altogether. Look out for these 8 pre-diabetes symptoms…

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If you have two or more of these pre-diabetes symptoms you should seriously consider getting yourself checked out:

1-Excessively thirsty:

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If you find you are excessively thirsty, not just after extreme exercise or hot weather.

2-Dry mouth:

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You seem to constantly have a dry mouth – even if you’ve just had a drink.

3-Urinate frequently:

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You find you are having to urinate frequently.

4-Unexpected weight loss:

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You have unexpected weight loss or gain (even though you may be constantly hungry and eating well. Of course you may be eating the wrong things which would probably make your pre-diabetes symptom worse).

5-Feel lethargic:

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You feel lethargic. You always feel as if you’ve got no energy; you are weak and tired all the time.

6-Your vision is blurry:

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Sometimes your vision is blurry – be careful, untreated eye problems caused through diabetes can lead to blindness. You should have regular eye checks, especially as you get older because your eyes can be the early warning signal for many diseases ñ not just diabetes.

7-You have cuts or sores or bruises:

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You have cuts or sores or bruises (especially on your feet) that are slow to heal.

8-Excessive itching in the genital area:

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If you experience excessive itching or soreness in the genital area or yeast infections (which can be misdiagnosed as thrush) it may be a sign of too much sugar in your urine.

AT RISK FACTORS:

There are different types of diabetes; pre-diabetes, type 1, type 2, gestational and maturity onset. And, dependent upon your age, lifestyle and family history you may be more susceptible to developing diabetes.

Foe example you may be more prone to developing diabetes if any of these factors apply to you:

Your family background is African American, American Indian, Asian American, Pacific Islander, or Hispanic American/Latino.
You have a parent, brother, or sister with diabetes.
You are aged over 45 and are overweight you might be at risk of diabetes type 2
You have had gestational diabetes or have given birth to a baby over 9 pounds in weight.
You have high blood pressure.
Your cholesterol levels are not good.

If you are experiencing any of these symptoms see your physician as early as possible to get a blood test A1C to determine if you are pre-diabetic or your in a honeymoon phase.

 



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