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Question by  newera760 (25)

What are the signs of having diabetes?

I think I have some symptoms.


Answer by  djcwoman37 (373)

Some of the signs of having diabetes may be weakness, abdominal pain, slow to heal, irritability, blurred vision, excessive appetite or thirst, frequently urinating, nausea and vomiting, unexplained loss of weight, and deep rapid breathing. For men, impotence, and vaginal infections for women.


Answer by  bubbyboy (9929)

Diabetes is a sneaky disease sometimes. Some of the first symptoms are blurred vision, weight loss, constant hunger and thirst, extreme fatigue.


Answer by  klvan (421)

Diabetes is something that is severe and dangerous and that should be caught immediately. The major signs include such things as; constantly having to use the bathroom, always being thirsty, losing weight without trying to, feeling weak and fatigued, or having numbness in your hands or legs. Blurry vision is another symptom, but not found in everyone.


Answer by  sharon4595 (650)

Some of the main symtons of diabetes is being very thirsty all the time. No matter how much water you drink you are still thirsy.


Answer by  bubbyboy (9929)

Diabetes is very sneaky and the symptoms can be overlooked. A few signs is extreme hunger or thirst, blurred vision, a sore that won't heal, extreme tiredness and sometimes rapid weight loss. These signs are not exclusive to diabetes so any symptom lasting for any time should be medically checked out.

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