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do you thicken i’m diabetic? what are the symptoms?

i think i have diabetes. i have a doctors appointment tomorrow. what are the symptoms though?

i have:
~no appetite, unless it’s sugary(like candy)(and if i eat a normal meal, i get dizzy and don’t feel good, like i’m going to throw up)
~headaches and dizziness
~i pee a lot, like 7 to 8 times a day.
~i’m drinking very very large amount of fluids. and i always seem thirsty.
~my big toe one one foot is blue, and the other big toe is yellow. they don’t hurt, and i haven’t stubed them.
~sometimes lately when i open my eyes after a few seconds with them shut, i can’t see anything and blackout. and it slowly comes back
~i’m hight headed
~drowsy (maybe i just need some more sleep, idk)
and i’m pretty sure that’s it

oh and by the way, both of my grandpa’s on both sides were diabeticc.
and i’m 14.

what do you think? sound likediabetess?
haha on the question, it says thicken. woops. stupid spell cheacker lol. i meant think
i play soccer. so maybe that would have some thing to do with my toes..and yes peeing that many times a day for me is VERY unnoramal. trust me. i usualy only pee once or twice a day, if that. and now, i wake up 3 times during the night to go pee lol

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One Response to “do you thicken i’m diabetic? what are the symptoms?”

  1. __A_YAHOO_USER__ says:

    The only thing funnier than spelling think wrong is when you spelled spell checker wrong.

    As for your symptoms.

    I think you have hypochondria not diabetes.

    If you think you are urinating too frequently keep a log for a few days and see how often you really are going. Before I was diagnosed I was urinating about every half hour! That is frequent urination!

    If you are waking up through the night to go to the bathroom and with the drowsiness you may need to be checked for sleep apnea.

    There have been studies linking sleep apnea and diabetes.

    You would not believe the number of people with undiagnosed sleep apnea. A lot of people that have the symptoms of sleep apnea and are usually unaware. (you listed two)

    Read more from the American Diabetes Association at:
    http://www.diabetes.org

    Also see the Diabetes Dictionary at:
    http://www.diabetes.org/diabetesdictionary.jsp?WTLPromo=FOOTER_dictionary&vms=279113356648
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