Have You Ever Heard Those 15 Dangerous Signs of Diabetes Complications? Take Them Down!

After your diagnosis of the diabetes, you should pay as close attention as you can to your body changes. Once the following symptoms occur, talk with your doctor as soon as possible.
1.Thirst and pharynx dry.
This suggests your blood sugar is obviously elevated.

2.Fatigue and weakness.
This is because glucose transport and metabolism get obstructed, coupled with the accumulation of metabolites in vivo, resulting in serious fatigue, weakness.

3.Elevated blood pressure.
About half of all diabetes patients are associated with high blood pressure.

4.Constipation and diarrhea.
It may be the gastrointestinal tract autonomic nerve damage, leading to gastrointestinal dysfunction caused by disorders. Also, it may be related to taking certain hypoglycemic agents (such as metformin, Glucobay, etc.).

5.Limb numbness.
Symmetrical hand-foot sting pain and numbness indicate certain diabetic peripheral neuropathy.

6.Sweating abnormality.
It could be excessive or too little sweating. And you should check your autonomic nerve function.

7.Sexual dysfunction and impotence.
It may imply you of the autonomic nervous impairment or microvascular lesions.

8.Blurred vision.
It could be the sign of retinopathy or cataracts.

This is called diabetic vesicular disease. Some patients’ hands, feet, waist and abdomen show skin blisters, small and big, clear and transparent, just like the blister caused by scald.

10.Dry skin and desquamation.
Dry skin, desquamation, rhagadia or odd itch may happen, suggesting autonomic neuropathy.

11.Skin color change in the end of limbs.
If your feet get pale and cold, then turn into dark purple, be careful! It means the lack of blood. Severe ischemia is a signal of limb gangrene at the foot.

12.Dizziness and panic.
This may result from hypoglycemia, or orthostatic hypotension.

13.Urine foam.
This is definitely a hint of proteinuria and renal impairment.

14.Numbness of side limb and mobility inconvenience.
Pay attention to the transient ischemic attack or cerebral thrombosis.

15.The sight turns red.
If you suddenly see the thing in redness, be cautious about the fundus bleeding.


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