Symptoms that could be signs of diabetes

Constant thirst - And because you have to pee so much, you can get very thirsty. 

Leg rashes - Many diabetics will notice small round or oval lesions on their lower legs.

Itchy skin - Itchy skin is often caused by diabetes, and it’s sometimes one of the first symptoms. It can be caused by yeast or fungal infection, dry skin, or poor circulation.

Dry mouth - Because your body is using fluids to make urine, there's less moisture for the rest of your body. 

Blurry vision - Elevated blood sugar levels can damage your retinas and cause fluid levels around your eyeballs to fluctuate. This can leave you with blurry or impaired vision.

Irritability - Blood sugar dips, nausea, fatigue, and poor circulation can make anyone feel less than happy, often making those with unmanaged diabetes irritable.

Erectile dysfunction - For men, a noticeable decline in your ability to get erections could be a sign of diabetes. 

Tingling and numbness in your fingers - Elevated blood sugar can cause nerve damage, which is often signaled by a tingly feeling in your hands.

Decreased libido - If your sex drive has gone to nonexistent, diabetes may be to blame. The poor circulation and depression that often accompany diabetes can make arousal difficult.

Unplanned weight loss - If your body can't get energy from your food, it will start burning muscle and fat for energy instead

Sweet breath - Diabetics often notice that they've developed sweet or nail-polish-like breath before they're diagnosed. Sweet breath is often a sign of diabetic

Depression - The rapid surges and dips in blood sugar that are part of untreated diabetes can cause profound shifts in your mood, including depression.

Skin discoloration - Another warning sign of diabetes is acanthosis nigricans. This is a condition that causes discoloration on the back of your neck. 

 Increased hunger - Intense hunger, or polyphagia, is also a warning sign of diabetes. Your body uses the glucose in the blood to feed the cells.

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