Diabetes Symptoms & Diagnosis

Learn some common symptoms and warning signs of diabetes, both type 1 and 2. Whether you’re suspicious that your child may be at risk for diabetes, or wondering if your recent fatigue and change in weight could signal pre-diabetes, get the facts here! Learn about testing, diagnosis and other crucial information.

Diabetes Symptoms & Diagnosis: Learn the Warning Signs & Symptoms of Diabetes & Pre-Diabetes

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  • Diagnosing Diabetes Using the Oral Glucose Tolerance Test
    Understanding how the oral glucose tolerance test is used to diagnose diabetes can help patients better comprehend their diagnosis and goals for treatment.
  • What Are the Symptoms of Diabetes?
    Diabetes is a condition that often goes undetected for a period of time before a diagnosis is made. What are the symptoms of sugar diabetes? Read on to learn more about this chronic disease.
  • Diagnosis of Type 1 Diabetes
    Learn more about diabetes type 1 diagnosis. What tests do the physicians order?
  • What Are the Symptoms of Sugar Diabetes
    If you or your child is experiencing symptoms of diabetes, it is essential to see you doctor as soon as possible. Diagnosis is simple and treatment necessary. These are the symptoms to look for.
  • Lab Tests for the Diagnosis of Type 1 Diabetes
    Are you looking for information about diabetes type 1 diagnosis lab tests? Here we will list and discuss them.
  • Overview of the 3-Hour Glucose Tolerance Test
    Learn more about the 3 hour glucose tolerance test. What do you need to do to prepare and what will happen during the test?
  • Type 1 Diabates Diagnosed in Infancy
    Although 8 percent of the United States' population suffers from diabetes, less than 10 percent of them have type 1 diabetes, also known as juvenile diabetes. Type 1 diabetes diagnosed in infancy is very rare and presents unique challenges for parents trying to cope with their baby's condition.
  • Blood Tests that Indicate Diabetes
    In America, it is estimated that one person in twelve has diabetes. However, nearly six million Americans are diabetic but have yet to be diagnosed. There are a number of blood tests that indicate diabetes based on comparing results on blood drop samples and test sticks against reference values.
  • Gestational Diabetes Diagnosis Causes, Risk Factors and Symptoms
    Gestational diabetes is a common disorder that may result in maternal hypertension and difficulty of delivering a large baby. Not all women may develop this, but pregnant women are often required to be tested for the said condition to prevent this complication.
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