Both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes share many of the same signs and symptoms. If you notice frequent urination, excessive thirst, unusual fatigue, unexplained weight loss, numbness or tingling of the extremities, blurred vision, dry or itchy skin, recurrent infections, and cuts and bruises that take a long time to heal, you may have diabetes.
Juvenile diabetes, as the name implies, is a disease that most frequently found on children, although it may also be found in late adolescents in some cases. This type of diabetes is suspected by scientists to be a hereditary disease, but this conclusion is still plausible. However, it is clear that Type II [...]
As of 2000, the prevalence of diabetes worldwide with ages ranging from 0 to 19 was estimated to be approximately less than a million. The worldwide population with age ranging from 20 to 44 was estimated to be around 34 million, while those whose age ranges from 45 to 64 was estimated to [...]
Hunger, thirst, vomiting, headaches, nausea, confusion, dizziness, and urination are all symptoms of diabetes. However, most people ignore them as mere common complains of daily living, so it is very important to have a diagnosis once these symptoms begin to appear.
The diagnosing diabetes is conducted by physicians mostly rely on the results of [...]
Diabetes Treatment varies from one patient to another depending on their general health, age, medical history, and whether they have complications and other medical problems.
For patients with insulin-dependent diabetes such as juvenile diabetes and gestational diabetes, it is important to take in injections of insulin, which can be short action or long action [...]