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Insulin Pumps
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Symptoms of Diabetes
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Symptoms of Diabetes

One of the most important symptoms of Diabetes is:

  • Extreme weakness or lethargy.

Common Symptoms of Diabetes

  • Excessive Hunger
  • Excessive Urination
  • Tiredness
  • Excessive Thirst
  • Loss of Weight
  • Irriability

Other symptoms are:

  • Excessive Appetite.
  • Excessive thirst (desire to take more and more water).
  • Excessive urination.
  • Loss of weight.
  • Itching all over body and itching around private parts.
  • Excessive itching around glands and penis in males and around vagina in females.
  • Deterioration in vision with frequent changing of glasses.
  • Leg cramps-Pain in legs.
  • Burning, in both feet and numbness.
  • Delayed healing of wound or some infection in the body.

Problems which Diabetics Encounter more often than General Public

  • Heart Attacks (Specially at Young Age)
  • Strokes, Paralytic Attacks
  • Gangrene of Foot-Leading to Amputation of Foot or Toe
  • Repeated Attacks ofInfections or Boils
  • Rapid Deterioration of Vision and Blindness
  • Sexual Problems
  • Kidney Disease and Need for dialysis or Renal Transplant. Giddiness.
  • Eyes-blurring of vision or double vision called Diplopia are common eye symptoms in diabetic patients.

There had been increase in the number of Diabetic patients. Reasons behind this increase are:

  • Change in lifestyle.
  • Change in food habits.
  • Awareness about the disease and symptoms. Patients come forward for blood tests and other investigations for the diagnosis of Diabetes.

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