Common associated symptoms of diabetes
Increased need to urinate, especially at night.
Unexplained weight loss
Losing weight despite eating normally or even an increased appetite.
Vision problems or difficulties in focusing.
Wounds, cuts, or sores taking longer to heal than usual.
Often in the hands or feet due to nerve damage (neuropathy).
Such as skin infections or urinary tract infections.
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