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Sign And Symptoms Of Hypoglycemia And Hyperglycemia
May be quite varied!: Hypoglycemia: shakiness, sweating, hunger, palpitations. If severe: confusion, lethargy, seizure, or coma could occur. Hyperglycemia: no symptoms if mild (that's what's so dangerous over long periods of time). If severe: frequent urination, ravenous thirst. If not addressed over long periods of time, damage to kidneys, nerves, eyes, and blood vessels can result. ...Read more
Many symptoms: Low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) can cause shakiness, weakness, ravenous appetite, confusion, sweating, increased heart rate, and even passing out. High blood sugar (hyperglycemia) often does not have symptoms until it is very high (over 300), when people can then experience thirst and frequent urination, blurred vision, rapid weight changes, mental changes, and also unconsciousness. ...Read more
Symptoms: Hi SOh, Signs of anemia may depend on what type of anemia. Blood loss, B12, folic acid deficiency. Usually are tired, may have numbness in extremities. Again it depends on type of anemia. Low blood sugar less than 60 mg/dl symptoms maybe dizziness, sweating, loss of mental focus. Warnings signs are telling you something is not right. Dr Lori Lange-Pennsylvania ...Read more
Diabetes Insipidus: Diabetes mellitus (dm) causes high blood sugars, and very high sugars can cause an increase in urine production. With diabetes insipidus (di), the kidney does not respond to a hormone that tells it to make less urine (vasopressin). So, the kidneys put more water into the urine than they should, and these people urinate more (and are always drinking water to compensate). ...Read more
Multiple: The most common symptoms of out of control diabetes are excessive urination, excessive thirst, and unexplained weight loss. Other possible symptoms may be yeast infections, tingling in the feet, and blurry vision. But very importantly diabetes may have no symptoms therefore those at risk needed to be screened for diabetes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Excessive thirst...: Classic symptoms of uncontrolled diabetes include excessive thirst, excessive hunger, excessive urination, fatigue, dizziness, blurred vision, and sometimes slow healing wounds or recurrent infections. If diabetes is suspected, you should see a doctor for evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Drinking/Urinating: The more common signs of diabetes tends to include increased thirst with frequent drinking and frequent urination. There is a genetic predisposition for diabetes and there is a higher risk in those who are overweight. Some may also complain of weight loss. I would recommend seeing your doctor if you are concerned to be tested. It's a quick thing to diagnose that you don't want to leave untreated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Inconsistent blood sugars with episodes of severe hypoglycemia alternating with episodes of hyperglycemia. Why is this and how can I stabilize ?
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