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Would I no if I was diabetic please tell me how I would feel

I have been getting abit feeling sickly around 8.30 in mornings also as uno I have blurry vision anyway and that's a sign only asking because my wee smells abit for around a week or so please comment

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If you were diabetic you'd no there'd alot of signs weight loss. Thirstyness. Tired. Energetic. Urinating more than usual don't worry

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Hello John

As far as I know they are not the signs of a diabetic and I won't say what I think the signs are because you will have them if I do :-/

Are you drinking enough fluids and I don't mean alcohol , but they say you should drink 6 to 8 glasses of water a day you could be a little dehydrated that's all

Take Care x

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Thank you ye my mind just won't let me relax or forget my anxiety Garry x

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O is your name Garry I thought you were a John :-D

It us Health Anxiety John this is how it works and this is what is wrong with you and these are why you get these thoughts that feel so real

Try and I know I have said before but please try and get some support :-) x

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No my name is john bounce haha I don't have a clue why it said Garry hehe thanks for always commenting ur a great help x

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O right :-D xxx

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I worry alot I think I have everything going not nice it's hard i no take care eat healthy drink water x

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I do try obv some days I don't drink as much and I order the odd takeaway but am a fit lad x

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Lol good good x

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The classic signs of diabetes are, as has been said by someone here, extreme thirst, vomiting, confusion, lack of appetite, profuse sweating and increased need to urinate. I am an insulin depedant diabetic so speak from experience. If you are concerned that you may have diabetes then the quickest way to find out is to go to the chemists and ask for a finger prick test of your blood. If the reading is anything above 5 then they will ask you to go and visit your GP. For the test to be accurate you need to refrain from eating two hours before your test. Hope this is useful.

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