COMMON SYMPTOMS OF DIABETES BY MATT TRAVERSO

COMMON SYMPTOMS OF DIABETES

Common symptoms of diabetes – Interrelated processes and generate all clinical and laboratory signs of diabetes. As is known, diabetes mellitus is of several types:
Type 1
Type 2

Gestational – For each type has characteristic symptoms, however, and there are common signs. Effectiveness of future diabetes treatment will depend on how quickly the first symptoms are noticed and put the correct diagnosis. In the medical literature distinguish two main types of symptoms: primary and secondary. They are called major and minor.
Symptoms – Appear immediately in the acute form, the patient may be relatively accurately defined as the time of symptom:
•    Urorrhagia
•    Polydipsia
•    Polyphagia
•    Loss of flesh

Secondary – Developing a long time and gradually, often unnoticed by the patient

•    Itching
•    Xerostomia
•    Weakness
•    Changes in the composition of urine
•    Inflammation of the skin

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Many of these symptoms require explanation – Polyuria is enhanced urinary function – Manifested as frequent urination, including at night. This happens because the body is in a healthy state does not allow hitting of glucose in the urine, and glucose in diabetes is increasing pressure urinary fluid.

Polydipsia – thirst, having property unquenchable. On the one hand, this symptom is caused by a significant loss of fluid through the urine. On the other hand, simply fill fluid balance using the drinks will not work, because thirst is caused by more and increased osmotic pressure of the blood, i.e. disturbed fluid and electrolyte balance.

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