COMMON PROBLEM IN DIABETES IS A FUNGAL INFECTION BY MATT TRAVERSO

When any ulceration on the skin of the feet worth guard: it is the first symptom of severe complications – the formation of diabetic foot.

Common problem in diabetes is a fungal infection. This is due to the fact that a high level of sugar in the blood is able to suppress the operation of white blood cells that protect the body against infection. So remember the first installment of a fungal infection – for itching in the skin folds, redness between the toes.

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Diabetes mellitus is a disease which is due to the fact that the forming process is disturbed or the absorption of insulin – a hormone pancreas; for this painful condition characterized by an increase in blood sugar levels, its appearance in urine excretion, and metabolic disturbances in the patient’s rights. Increase the level of morbidity throughout the world and among all population groups. So it is important to know what the typical symptoms of the disease are, as well as promptly seek medical attention.

Stands guard – Diabetes is considered dangerous for its possible complications: destroyed microvessels – capillaries in different organs. Among the characteristic symptoms of diabetes include:

  • Constant thirst;
  • Profuse and frequent urination;
  • Dry mouth;
  • Fatigue;
  • Rapid weight loss for no apparent reason.

This disease is often accompanied by inflammation of the skin, itching in the genital organs, disorders of the gastrointestinal tract. If you checked at least two of these symptoms you should refer to the endocrinologist.

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