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Signs and Symptoms Diabetes Mellitus

The early symptoms of Diabetes Mellitus are related to the direct effects of high amount of sugar (glucose) in the blood (glucose levels), When the blood glugcose level rises above 160 to 180 mg/dL and glucose passes into the urine.

Patients with Diabetes Mellitus has signs and symptoms include :
  • Polyuria (Passage of large volumes of urine)

  • Polydipsia (Excessive thirst)

  • Polyphagia (Extreme hunger/eating to much)

  • Glycosuria (Frequent urination)

  • Unexplained weight loss

  • Neuropathy & Nephropathy (Tingling or numbness in the hands/feet)

  • Feeling very tired/weakness much of the time

  • Sudden vision changes (blurred vision)

  • cuts and bruises that are slow to heal

  • More infections than usual

  • Extremely elevated glucose levels can lead to lethargy and coma.

  • Some of people may be they are only experience a few symptoms that are listed above. Diabetics symptoms may develop quite rapidly time to time (weeks or months), especially in the children are who diagnosed as Diabetes type 1. Onset of type 1 diabetes is most common in children and young adults, which called Insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus [IDDM] or Juvenile-onset diabetes.

    Most of people with type 2 diabetes are they do not experience any symptoms and therefore do not know they have the disease. They are suffering from both insulin resistance and decreased insulin production.


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