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What are the symptoms of hypo and hyper when you have diabetes type 2?

Do you. Mean hyper and hypo thyroidism or hyper and hypo glycemia? If you're referring to glucose levels, there is a complete listing at diabetes.Org which is the ada website. Read more...

If you have diabetes type 2, what are the signs right before death?

Diabetes death. Diabetes has the classical symptoms of polyuria (frequent urination), polydipsia (increased thirst) and polyphagia (increased hunger). More severe disease can lead to heart disease, kidney failure, blindness, loss of fingers/toes/hands/feet. Death would most likely come from coma, heart attack, stroke, or kidney disease. Read more...

Would it be feasible I have diabetes type 2?

Diabetes. Not sure what your symptoms are, but a medical evaluation by your pcp, with lab workup, will provide better answers. Read more...

If both my wife and I have diabetes type 2, what are the chances that my son will get diabetes?

Depends on lifestyle. A child whose parents both have type 2 dm, has the potential to grow up without the affliction.However, the family incidence of this problem is more about patterns of family feeding style than genetics. Fully 1/4 of todays children are overweight and 60% of their parents are unaware or unconcerned about their status. Proper feeding, weight and activity in your son can avoid the problem. Read more...
Pretty high. But mostly that depends on lifestyle. Most kids who have type ii dm are obese and have family history of diabetes. Kids who are overweight or obese arent big because of genetics. They are big because the whole family lacks exercise and has a poor diet. Make sure you put maximum effort into ensuring your child stays physically active and eats well. And be a good model and lose weight too. Read more...
1 in 2. Type 2 diabetes runs in families. In part, this tendency is due to children learning bad habits eating a poor diet, not exercising--from their parents. But there is also a genetic basis. Worst if the parent with type 2 diabetes is the mother. If both you and your partner have type 2 diabetes, your child's risk is about 1 in 2 (ada source). Read more...