How do I know if I'm diabetic?

What is one of the biggest signs?

What ways do I realize them?

can you give me any advice........ other consequently see a doctor..... I have an appointment already....this Thursday....
The most obvious symptoms are constant thirst and you pee almost constantly...

Also, I know this sounds gross, but an antiquated trick is that if you pee on the tip of your finger and it tastes sweet, then you know you enjoy diabetes. Personally, I would just go to the store and go and get some diabetic urine strips and test that way... :)
The symptoms for diabetes can alter heaps between people. Some people own heaps of symptoms and others have no symptoms at all. The adjectives symptoms are peeing heaps, being thirsty all the time, anyone tired, being hungry all the time, individual dizzy among other things.

The only sure way to find out is a blood check. You can buy tests in the supermarket that trial your sugar levels and give you some indication but unless you are aware of the everyday sugar levels you should be. I'm not sure what tests are available where on earth you are, because there are 2 general breadth systems and I'm only familiar near one.

I got diagnosed with type 2 diabetes in the region of 12 months ago, and from experience, it's a condition you can live with. For your sake I hope you're not a diabetic, but if you are, there's plenty of support out there. There's like mad of information to take in when you first procure diagnosed and it's all very confusing but it take time and patience, and eventually get it adjectives under control.

Good luck!! xox
Maybe the only upright thing about diabetes is the deeply unique symptoms that accompanies it. Newly presenting type 1 diabetics recurrently have symptoms of hyperglycemia: increased urination, excessive thirst, sleepy, labored breathing. Most people gain a fruity smell to their breath and pores. Hyperglycemia is high blood sugar. Your body works off a simple recipe to put together energy... Sugar + insulin = fat cell. Your pancreas provides the insulin, but a diabetic doesn't make insulin. Without it, the sugar sits in the blood and you gain "high blood sugar" or hyperglycemic. Untreated, hyperglycemia evolves into diabetic ketoacidosis and death is just round the corner.
This question is posted often and I can’t stress satisfactory that it’s too serious for this type of forum. If you’re on the fence about going to the doctor, exam your ketones TODAY. Ketone test strips are available at any drug store. It’s a simple urine test and it’s over-the-counter (non-prescription). If the assessment reads anything but negative, carry to an emergency room right away. Diabetic Ketoacidosis can kill you if not treated rapidly.

The other (most likely) things that may cause a positive reading would be anorexia or a really bad flu. But you already know if you own either of these.

You could also check your blood sugar with an acquaintance’s blood sugar meter, but you may not gain reliable results (time of last meal, what you ate, or a cold/flu will adjectives affect your reading). You’re not seasoned enough to consider all the variables. Source(s): Mom to type 1, age 6
My daughter be diagnosed with Type 1 (Juvenille) Diabetes at age 22. She was VERY thirsty and have to pee all the time. She could not stop drinking and peeing, even during the night, she have to get up every hour or less.

Good luck

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