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Friday, October 7, 2011

Diabetes Symptoms to Watch For

By Vania Kraft

There are many different symptoms of diabetes. You might show symptoms that are easily diagnosed. One set of symptoms can be more difficult to diagnose than another. The good news is that diabetes has a few very distinct symptoms that people should watch out for. This publication will discuss a few of the major symptoms. If you have any of these symptoms or know someone who does see your doctor.

One of the most obvious signs of diabetes is fatigue. Yes, fatigue is a sign of a bunch of different issues.

At times, it can be an indicator of a major sickness. Other times it just means you need to get more sleep. When it is being caused by diabetes however, the fatigue is extreme. Someone having to manage this type of tiredness probably gets more than enough sleep at night and, even if they are not very active, will often times feel totally drained. This is the type of sleepiness that is often thought of when mononucleosis is brought up and can be just as limiting. Keep an eye on your energy levels. If there is no reason for you to be feeling so exhausted, call your doctor and ask him to run some tests.

Generally, most cuts and scrapes, when taken care of properly, will take very little time to heal. Most will scab over and start to recover within a week. Some disappear in that little amount of time. However, when you have diabetes, even non-complex wounds might not be cured properly.

This is because your body's ability to send in healing white blood cells and rebuild the skin is affected by the lack of sugar and insulin in the blood. If you realize you've been having trouble healing, unlike the past, you should probably consult your physician. This is almost always a cue for a grievous problem.

How often do you go to the bathroom on a daily basis? This is probably something that you do not feel comfortable answering out loud. You should at least answer the question in your mind. While some may say that is it actually the excessive thirst diabetes sign that causes this excessive urination, physicians insist that it is a symptom all on it's own. It you recognize that you are always running to the bathroom--even if you aren't consuming much food or drink--you should talk to your medical professional about checking out your potassium and bladder functions. It is quite feasible that in the middle of the testing, the physician may find diabetes.

Diabetes is usually a challenge to diagnose. This is due to not everyone being aware of the chief indicators of diabetes so they don't know what to keep an eye out for. A good rule of thumb is if you are acting different than your normal self, it is time to contact your medical professional.

Don't forget the indicators that are directly related to diabetes are not usually exhibited outwardly. A blood test and test of your pancreas will be vital to give you a correct diagnosis. After you obtain the correct diagnosis, you'll be more apt to find out how to feel better and get back to your usual self.

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