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What Are The Warning Signs Of Diabetes?

Diabetes may not be noticeable in it's early stages because your body may not show the symptoms. Even though the symptoms may not be pronounced, the disease may already be causing significant damage to your body organs.

It may silently be affecting your eyes, your kidneys and your cardiovascular system even before you notice symptoms and sometimes people don't recognize the symptoms as diabetes. They think they are natural occurrences due to the aging process and don't pay attention.

If you notice any of the following things about yourself, no matter how long they have been occurring, you should see your doctor as soon as possible.

  • Blurred vision
  • Extreme thirst
  • Frequent urination
  • Frequent drowsiness
  • Unusual recurring infections
  • Sudden weight loss
  • Slow healing sores and bruises
  • Tingling sensations in your fingers, arms, toes, and legs
  • Unusually dry and itchy skin
  • Frequent bladder infections
  • Frequently recurring vaginal yeast infections
  • Sores in the mouth, especially on the gums

Some people don't take these symptoms as seriously as they should. They neglect to tell their doctors because they don't want to appear worrisome. The truth is, your doctor has a need to know all of your aches and pains, no matter how small or insignificant you think they are. Diabetes is a very serious disease and you should take every precaution to detect it so it can be controlled or prevented altogether.

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