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Sunday, May 6, 2012

The symptoms of type 1 diabetes

By Charles E. Hyde

One thing that surprises many people about type 1 diabetes is just how quickly someone can go from being perfectly healthy to displaying the symptoms of the condition. The onset of type 1 diabetes happens very suddenly, over a few weeks or sometimes just several days. Symptoms such as needing to urinate often, being very thirsty and often feeling tired are similar to those for type 2 diabetes.

Other symptoms that affect people with both type 1 and type 2 diabetes are itchiness around the genitals and blurred vision. Symptoms such as cramps, constipation and skin infections are experienced by people with type 1 diabetes much more frequently than people with type 2.

These initial symptoms are caused by high blood glucose, which is in turn caused by a lack of insulin in the body. Once somebody has been diagnosed with type 1 diabetes they will learn how to administer insulin to keep their blood glucose at a stable level. If too much insulin is administered someone with type 1 can suffer from hypoglycaemia due to low blood glucose. This can cause sweating, feelings of weakness and, if left untreated lead to unconsciousness.

As might be expected, if blood glucose levels are too high because of a lack of blood glucose and someone with type 1 diabetes experiences hyperglycaemia they will have the same symptoms as when they were first diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. If left untreated hyperglycaemia can ultimately prove fatal.

Since type 1 diabetes often develops at a very young age it is unlikely that children will understand why they are experiencing any symptoms. This is why it's especially important for parents to know what the symptoms of type 1 diabetes are, so that if their children have any they can get the help they need as soon as possible.

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