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Friday, November 18, 2011

Diabetes Symptoms to Watch For

By Vania Kraft

Identifying the primary signs of diabetes can help you avoid complications with the disease. Sadly, a majority of the indicators of diabetes that present themselves outside of the body are also indicators of other disorders.

This can cause a lot of misdiagnoses before correctly identifying it and a course of action is chosen upon. Still, being able to see the big symptoms of this illness can save you tons of time. When you notice one of the symptoms seen in this article, call your doctor and request to have some testing done.

Those with diabetes often have compromised immune systems which may make them more suceptible to infection than others. Being more prone to infection can be a symptom of undiagnosed diabetes because your immune system is not as strong as it could be. Fungal and bacterial infection are the most common in diabetics. Your doctor should test for pancreatic function to see if your blood sugar levels are where they need to be especially if you are experiencing these types of infections.

Does your vision periodically go blurry without warning or predictability? This is a difficult symptom to see in another person. Talk to your doctor about having your insulin levels tested if you experience this symptom. Diabetes can be referred to as Diabetes Melitus. When the body fluid is pulled out of the tissue surroundin the lenses of your eyes it causes this. Focusing your eyes when this occurs is difficult. Once in awhile you may discover it's time to see the eye doctor 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.

Feet problems are a well known issue for diabetics. Diabetics have issues with foot problems due to poor circulation. If you notice tingling in your hands and/or feet, contact your doctor. Circulation issues make it very important for diabetics to be watchful over their hands and feet. Your doctor should be informed of any sores on your feet that aren't healing as soon as possible. In most cases, you can be treated for this problem right in the doctor's office. But it is important not to let sores and tingling go unchecked. If you ignore these symptoms you raise the odds of needing an amputation.

Diabetes is usually a tough thing to diagnose. This is on account of not everyone is familiar with primary symptoms of diabetes so they are unaware of 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.

The symptoms of diabetes will likely be different for you than they are for other people. It depends heavily on how far it has progressed in your body and what the severity is. There are a few people who will never show a symptom. Others may show a whole range of common symptoms. The first line of defense is grasping why it's happening. If it's control of the disease you seek you must first recognize the symptoms.

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