Diabetes symptoms signs fatigue

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Avatar f tn Hi, you have not mentioned why you are experiencing fatigue? The symptoms you experienced could be due to a prodromal phase of an infection, before the actual signs are evident. They could also be due some metabolic disorders like diabetes mellitus or thyroid disorders. Sometimes anxiety or stress can cause similar effects. Only a consultation with your primary care physician can help diagnose. Take care. Regards.
Avatar n tn Feeling shaky, having nausea, feeling weakness and fatigue are one of several diabetes symptoms. Having a family history of diabetes also puts you at higher risk than others. You're not going to get full answers to your concerns on the inet as we cannot diagnose you without seeing you. Since you are a teenager, I suggest your parent/s have you fully evaluated by a doctor, not only just for diabetes, but also to rule out if some other health issue is brewing. Good luck.
Avatar n tn If you tell him to wait on a drink because you are busy at the moment he starts crying uncontrollably. We have been told by friends to have him tested for diabetes but I'm not sure what the signs of diabetes are. If you could help me I would really appreciate it.
Avatar n tn I wouldn't consider myself very over weight, but I do need to get back into exercising and eating right, which I have started to do recently. I've been doing a little research on the signs of diabetes, but they don't seem to be very clear. I've read things like: Being more thirsty and urinating more. Also fatigue. I'm a somewhat lazy person and I feel tired sometimes, but I am being too hasty to think that this could be Diabetes?
Avatar n tn increased thirst increased hunger fatigue increased urination, especially at night weight loss blurred vision sores that do not heal Although some of your symptoms may seem like occuring due to diabetes, the reason why you feel this way may also be contributed to many different factors, so it is vital that you check with your doctor who can perform a series of tests and give you a definite answer. Good luck to you and take care.
Avatar n tn Hi, I am worried that I may be developing signs of type 1 diabetes. Just yesterday and today I have been drinking way more water than I usually need to drink (usually after I have something to eat I get like a constant thirst), last night I woke up with pains in my stomach and was very thirsty, today at times i notice that I am breathing heavier, I go through stages of extreme fatigue and I have noticed that I have lost a bit of weight.
Avatar m tn Over the last few months, I've been having some of the classic warning signs of diabetes - very frequent urination, somewhat increased thirst, extreme fatigue that no amount of sleep or exercise seems to relieve - but the blood glucose tests are coming back normal. Any idea what might be going on here? As an added twist, I'm currently in a 3rd world country where the standard of medical care is fairly low, so any advice is appreciated.
Avatar n tn Just recently my mother had the full cardiac workup just because of these symptoms. I would talk to your cardiologist about it. A woman’s heart attack symptoms are more likely to be unrelated to the classic crushing chest pain.
Avatar n tn I believe you are probably inquiring about your numbness because of neuropathy which is normally related to type 1 or 2 diabetes. Your symptoms are obviously a cause for concern and I would seek out doctors who can give you a proper diagnoses. I can't believe that you have been going through this for 15 years without an answer. I don't know if it is a circulation problem or something else.
Avatar m tn Has your doctor done either of these? There are no real symptoms of pre diabetes. The symptoms of diabetes include frequent urination, thirst, blurred vision, numbness/tingling in the distal extremities, fatigue, slowed healing of cuts, and frequent infections. Peripheral neuropathy is a condition frequently found with diabetes. The symptoms of peripheral neuropathy are pain, numbness, and tingling sensations in the distal extremities.
Avatar f tn As best put, Type 2 Diabetes symptoms may seem harmless at first. In fact, you can have Type 2 Diabetes for years and not even know it. Go see a doctor and get tested. The simple tests are explained here: http://diabetes.webmd.com/blood-glucose I also Google'd "hereditary diabetes" and came up with 2.25 million hits.
Avatar n tn It really took me not focusing on it and getting on with my life for the symptoms to stop. Last year I experienced a bout of extreme fatigue and again was concerned I had a major neurological disorder. Again, it took a change of focus, getting confirmation from doctors, giving it over to God and focusing on being healthy for it to stop. Now that my arm is twitching, I am going down the same path. Reading to much on the internet (very bad!
Avatar n tn depends on the signs and symptoms of the cough, how long have you had the cough, and production or sputum when you cough, is it a dry cough. itichy throat.
Avatar n tn The CT interpretation calls for further investigation and describes the mass as having undefined borders and the fat tissue around it as having elevated density (not sure about the terminology, this is my poor attempt to translate from German, since the test was done in Austria). He is 65, has no other relevant symptoms as far as we can tell, but we are all very scared it might be cancer. Can you please tell me how likely that is. Thank you.
Avatar n tn In addition, I have had several other symptoms including joint pain, debilitating fatigue, headache, migraines, IBS, high blood pressure ( I am 28 years old and have taught fitness classes for 10 years - eat well and exercise alot and have never had a problem with blood pressure), dizziness and blurred vision after exercise that lasts about 10 min. and goes away, extremities like fingers and toes turning white when cold, and other random symptoms.
Avatar f tn Blood tests normal low hydrocortisol but normal on repeat. Showed signs of inflamation awaiting repeats hence Rhumatologist. Also have memory problems, word finding difficulties, fatigue, brain closes down with complex stuff, switches off. Pain persists in left side body, some numbness, pins and needles sciatica. Some general joint pains in most large and small joints. Was trained nurse now lost job at a loss now what is happening to me aged 44. Next step pain clinic.
Avatar m tn If you did have lupus - you probably would have some of the more common signs and symptoms of lupus, not just diabetes. Some medications can cause diabetes - especially steroids like prednisone that are used to treat lupus. But you did not mention if you are on any medications. Some people are just unlucky to develop diabetes. Are you overweight? That can pre-dispose you to diabetes.
Avatar n tn When my son was diagnosed we knew none of the symptoms, so we missed them all, although I was becoming concerned about all the water he was drinking and all the trips to the bathroom, plus signs of fatigue. Fortunate for us my brother was visiting for Christmas and he recognized all the symptoms. So Jeff was diagnosed on Christmas Eve with blood sugars over 700.
Avatar n tn I've tried to figure out triggers but there isn't any food or drink that is causing this, no new meds, not diabetic (checked my BS on occassions when I exhibited signs of diabetes---oh, forgot another symptom...thirst..ice in particular----and I'm no longer anemic). I even looked into some mosquito born disease since it seems that I cannot go outside without getting bitten by 4 or more (this is ANY time I go outside - I live in New Orleans), but I don't have fever.
Avatar f tn At this point I am missing several of your symptoms, but you inspire me to make some more demands on my Cardiologist.
Avatar f tn joint pain (sporadic but symmetric--one day my knees a few days later my wrists, etc. major joints involved = knees, elbows, wrists, fingers, ankles, and hips) muscle pain and aches severe fatigue (no matter how much sleep/rest I get) muscle twitching (constant-all over my body, even my tongue!
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1257808 tn?1322765815 I read your symptoms and 80% of the symptoms are from LONG time adrenal fatigue. I too have adrenal fatigue I had the 65% of your symptoms. Im on treatment.
Avatar n tn I am not a pysican but the mom of a type one diabetic. Knowing the warning signs for type 1 diabetes (juvenile diabetes) could save a life.
Avatar m tn My Father had hyperparathyroidism when he was my age and this is one of the only disorders I have seen that list both fatigue and extreme thirst (my current symptoms). The endocrinologist said she tested me for any thyroid issues but it seems to be the closest match from anything I have researched. I have included my profile below and am open to anyone's advice/opinion! Thank you so much in advance!
Avatar f tn You need to go the doctor. One of the symptoms of diabetes is weight loss. And really, since you were working out hardcore, your body weight should have really gone up since muscle weighs more than fat. One of the signs that I ignored was when my 13 year old lost weight. He was a tad on the chunky side and I attributed his weight loss to puberty and biking around the neighborhood more since it was summer.
Avatar n tn You are at a much higher risk of developing Diabetes for one thing. Especially since you are feeling so much fatigue I'd look into getting a biopsy because substantial liver damage can cause this type of fatigue as can being positive for this virus.
Avatar n tn Can anyone give me some tips as to what to expect when I have my thyroidectomey - doctor wants to do total thyroidectomy due to the fact that I am a cancer survivor (unrelated area) and he doesn't want to take any chances. I am fearful that if my fatigue level is this low now - what will it be like post-op? Also any suggestions for liquid diets that might boost my energy level rather than kil it?
Avatar m tn I'm getting a bit frustrated being sent back and fore between GenitoUrinary Medicine clinic and my own GP. I think they think I'm pulling these symptoms (and signs if some of the Docs would bother looking) out of a book.
Avatar n tn Before we have a blood test done, is there something else we should be looking into that has the same or similar symptoms as pregnancy, like diabetes or something along those lines? Would appreciate any insights.