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What are the health effects associated with hyperglycemia?
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Dr. Richard Scofield
Internal Medicine - Diabetology
3 doctors agree
In brief: There are many.
Acute effects of hyperglycemia can be fatigue, blurred vision, excessive urination and thirst.
Over time one may lose weight abnormally. Long term hyperglycemia leads to the microvascular complications of diabetes. These are diabetic retinopathy and possible vision loss or blindness, neuropathy and increased risk of amputation of a lower limb, and nephropathy possibly leading to kidney dialysis.

In brief: There are many.
Acute effects of hyperglycemia can be fatigue, blurred vision, excessive urination and thirst.
Over time one may lose weight abnormally. Long term hyperglycemia leads to the microvascular complications of diabetes. These are diabetic retinopathy and possible vision loss or blindness, neuropathy and increased risk of amputation of a lower limb, and nephropathy possibly leading to kidney dialysis.
Dr. Richard Scofield
Dr. Richard Scofield
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Dr. Mani Bashyam
Internal Medicine - Diabetology
In brief: Risk of high glucose
Uncontrolled high blood glucose increase risk of all diabetic complications

In brief: Risk of high glucose
Uncontrolled high blood glucose increase risk of all diabetic complications
Dr. Mani Bashyam
Dr. Mani Bashyam
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