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Diabetes Part 1 (Teacher: Michael)

Everyone thinks that diabetes is a disease where the patient excretes a lot of sugar, is very thin and is inordinately thirsty. But there are many people who probably have diabetes and won't they have it until a severe symptom arises. However, there are some minor warning symptoms to look out for.

Diabetes tends to hereditary. If you have a diabetic parent, brother, sister or even aunt, there is an increased risk of the disease. But people often don't realise that although it often causes youngsters to weight, later on in life there may a filling out of the waistline. And on the subject of weight, overeating can also trigger off diabetes.

If a woman who unexpectedly has one or two failed pregnancies, it will need to investigated in several ways, but the possibility of her being a diabetic must reckoned with. Similarly, a mother who produces a really large child, for example, over four and a half kilos, needs to consider this possibility. Another way the diagnosis can arise is when a patient goes for a life assurance medical examination and is rejected when they believed they and healthy. If this happens, the patient needs to and their own doctor and a specimen of urine with them.

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