What Are All Possible Symptoms of the Diabetes?

Q:
For an early diabetic self-diagnosis, how many symptoms should I check?

A:
Well, you should be careful of the following typical symptoms of diabetes, especially for the people who are suspicious of type 2 diabetes because its symptoms are too mild to be noticed.

Common symptoms of diabetes:
More urination.
Hunger and thirst.
Extreme fatigue.
Blurry vision.
Bruises slow to heal.
Weight loss. (especially typical in type 1)
Tingling, pain, or numbness in the hands/feet. (especially typical in type 2)

Special tip:
No symptoms may happen in women during pregnancy, so it’s important for at-risk women to get their tests in time.

 

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