Do you have diabetes?

Jei
2019-02-25 21:25:08
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Do you have diabetes?

Diabetes mellitus, or simply diabetes, is a serious and dangerous disease characterized by high blood sugar levels over a prolonged period. Diabetes develops because your pancreas is not producing enough insulin. Diabetes develops because your pancreatis is not producing enough insulin. It's not uncommon that people suffering from diabetes ignore the sympthoms, such as frequent urination or increased hunger, and refuse to go to the doctor. Take this test to find out where you should be worried about diabetes!

You're always thirsty and have a dry mouth.

Yes

No

You're suffering from frequent and irregular urination, including at night.

Yes

No

You get tired very easily and feel out of energy.

Yes

No

You're always hungry.

Yes

No

You've lost a lot of weight over a short period of time.

Yes

No

Your eyesight has lost its sharpness, making objects appear blurry and out of focus.

Yes

No

From time to time, you feel numbness or tingling in your legs and arms.

Yes

No

Your wounds take longer than usual to heal.

Yes

No

You feel weak and faint after eating.

Yes

No

You have dry hair and skin.

Yes

No

You should see the doctor!

It seems that you have some symptoms that are characteristic of diabetes mellitus. But don't worry! This does not necessarily mean that you're striken with diabetes. We recommend that you see a thyroid specialist (endocrynologist) and do a sugar level blood test. 

No need to worry!

Congratulations! You don't have any sympthoms, so you can relax and enjoy living your life! However, if you keep thinking about diabetes, you should see a thyroid specialist (endocrynologist) and do a sugar level blood test, just to make sure you're OK!