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Sunday, January 22, 2012

Symptoms of Diabetes Mellitus - You Should Be Aware Of These

By Claire Smyth

Diabetes mellitus is one of the most typical reasons behind illness and death among folk worldwide. The treatment of diabetes mellitus takes a long time and is very difficult, thus, it is suggested that early detection and management of the condition lowers the risk of developing the serious complications of diabetes this illness brings.

As such, it's really important that one must be in a position to identify the symptoms of diabetes mellitus so that prompt medical advice can be sought. In reality, the great majority of people who have developed diabetes mellitus and even its form in pregnant women called gestational diabetes, there aren't any symptoms of diabetes mellitus that wouldn't be identified.

A reason is perhaps because the body remains able to adjust to the raised levels of blood sugar, but when the body realises that something is wrong, these symptoms pop up.

The article would be discussing the symptoms of diabetes mellitus which are nearly always seen in folk who have got this health problem. There are known as 3 cardinal symptoms of diabetes mellitus such as increased feeling of thirst, increased appetite and frequency of eating; and increased frequency of pissing.

Medics attribute such symptoms to the dehydration of the cells in the body due to the increased glucose concentration since these compounds are not being soaked up and metabolised in the body.

The inability to soak up glucose, which is the power source in the body, causes an individual to experience weakness, fatigue; cold, clammy hands, hunger pangs, headaches, dizzy spells and blurring of vision.

The individual may manifest either weight loss or gain of weight dependent on the control over blood sugar readings, Though the previous is commonly seen in gestational diabetes that is why expectant mothers are weighed and taken a blood sample for testing.

Symptoms of diabetes mellitus that are seen at the later stages of the illness include retention of fluid in the body especially in the feet and legs, wounds and lacerations that don't heal well; sensations of uneasiness and apprehension for no apparent reason; and changes in consciousness from disorientation to fainting.

It is important that these symptoms must be reported to any health care professional as quickly as possible so that further issues are prevented.

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