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Sunday, November 13, 2011

Classifying Important Diabetes Symptoms

By Vania Kraft

Diabetes manifests in different people in different ways. Your friend may find their symptoms difficult to diagnose right away. Another person's diabetes symptoms might be more subtle and that person could be misdiagnosed a few times before a correct diagnosis is made. You need to know which symptoms are almost always diabetes related. We will go over a few of the more prominent symptoms in this article. If you or your loved ones experience any of these symptoms I urge you to see a health care provider immediately.

Fluctuating weight is one thing to watch for. Do you eat all the time and still lose weight? Are the weight changes a recent development? Was there no change in diet that could have triggered the weight fluctuations? This kind of dramatic weight fluctuation is the most obvious symptom that you are developing diabetes. Because diabetes messes with your potassium levels, the amount of water in your body fluctuates. The change in water levels causes the changes to your weight. If you find your weight fluctuating drastically and unpredictably, talk to your doctor.

Blurry vision is another prominent symptom of diabetes. This is something that you won't be able to see if it is happening to someone else. If this symptom occurs you should consult your physcian about insulin testing. Have you ever heard of the term Hyperosmolar hyperglycemia nonketotic syndrome, it's just the medical term for diabetes. This occurs when the fluid around the lenses of your eyes in the tissue there is drawn out. Focusing your eyes when this occurs is difficult. If you experience consistent blurred vision you probably just need to visit the eye doc for glasses. Watch out though, pay close attention to the timing, if it's constant see your eye doctor, if it's intermitent or comes and goes definately see your doctor.

How often do you go to the bathroom on a daily basis? This is perhaps something you don't feel is appropriate to answer out loud. You should at least answer the question in your head. 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. If you realize you are constantly running for the restroom--even if you are only eating or drinking a little bit--you should speak to your medical professional and ask them to check out your potassium and bladder functions. It is quite feasible that in the middle of the testing, the physician may find diabetes.

Diabetes is very difficult to diagnose. This is due to the fact that several of the symptoms mimic symptoms of other disorders, as well. The most direct symptoms can only be found after extensive testing. Still, there are things you can see physically and features of diabetes that you should be keeping an eye out for. Diabetes is a grave illness, especially if it isn't treated appropriately. The right treatment depends on a real diagnosis. So, if you happen to see that your body is acting a bit different, you should get a hold of your medical professional. What you are guessing is a cold could actually be diabetes.

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