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Frequently Asked Questions

What are symptoms of diabetes?

The classic symptoms of diabetes include thirsty all the time, being very tired, urinating very often, losing weight and blurred vision. In extreme cases, type 1 diabetes can also cause nausea or vomiting, belly pain, and vomting 

Diabetes symptoms in men

Apart from the symptoms mentioned above (which are early signs of diabetes) , diabetes symptoms in men include erectile dysfunction, retrograde ejaculation and urologic issues such as overactive bladder and urinary tract infection.

Diabetes symptoms in women 

While for diabetes symptoms in women include vaginal and oral yeast infections and vaginal thrush, urinary infections, female sexual dysfunction or polycystic ovary syndrome.

What are the causes of diabetes? 

Diabetes is a disorder that disrupts the way your body use sugar. Sugar gets into cells with the help of the hormone called insulin. If there is not enough insulin, sugar builds up in the blood.  Type 1 diabetes is caused when the immune system mistakenly attacks insulin producing cells in the pancreas. Type 2 diabetes occurs when tissues in the body gradually become resistant to the effect of insulin. The pancreas responds by churning out more of the hormone. But eventually it can't keep up, and blood sugar levels begin to raise.

What are the signs of diabetes? 

Common warning signs of diabetes include: increased thirst, increase hunger especially after eating, dry mouth, frequent urination or urine infections, unexplained weight loss, fatigue, blurred vision, headaches, diabetic coma.

How to prevent diabetes? 

There is no prevention for diabetes but you can reduce your risk of getting it. Here are some tips to help you reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes:

  • Check your risk of diabetes with a doctor
  • Manage your weight
  • Exercise regularly
  • Eat a balanced, healthy diet
  • Quit smoking
  • Limit takeaway and processed food
  • Limit your alcohol intake

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