Sneaking Diabetes – Symptoms and Approach

4. Type I Diabetes Can Prove Very “Generous” With Symptoms

By no surprise, although in fewer cases, the Type I Diabetes can be translated even from nausea, stomach ache, and a state of coma. Diabetic coma or diabetic ketoacidosis (a term reflecting the acids in your blood comprising breakdowns of fat, i.e.) arrives “on the scene” when diabetes is not diagnosed; hence, not controlled and threatening with an unpleasant likelihood of death!

A phenomenon not so uncommon for diabetes is having way too much sugar in the vessels.

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