A lot of people know about diabetes, and the symptoms of diabetes are described by “three more and one less.” However, some people’s symptoms are not so obvious, and even in the most serious cases, the symptoms of “three more and one less” will appear. When these four symptoms appear in the body, it means that diabetes has worsened! Did you notice?
Symptom 1: Increased urine foam
Diabetes nephropathy has long been known as the “silent killer.” This is because the early symptoms of diabetic nephropathy are not obvious and can easily be ignored. Once most of them are found to be serious lesions, this does not mean that diabetic nephropathy is asymptomatic in the early stage. If there is an increase in urine output, foam in the urine, and fine foam and do not dissipate for a long time, then be vigilant, because this is an early symptom of diabetic nephropathy.
Symptom 2: Limb numbness
Diabetes neuropathy often starts from the toes and gradually spreads, so many sugar friends are prone to foot injuries but do not know. However, some patients may also show other abnormalities such as burning pain, acupuncture pain, etc., and even some patients may have numbness.
Symptom 3: Vision loss, fundus bleeding
In the early stages of diabetic retinopathy, vision is generally unaffected. As the disease progresses, there will be vision loss, visual distortion, or black shadows flying in front of the eyes. Continue to deteriorate, there will be capillary proliferation of the fundus, a large number of new blood vessels bleeding to the vitreous, and even blindness.
Symptom 4: Oral Symptoms
The abnormal manifestations of the oral cavity are mainly symptoms such as toothache and tooth loss. Vascular lesions and neuropathy in diabetic patients cause local microcirculation damage of periodontal tissues, poor repair ability, feeling slow, susceptible to injury, low immunity and easy infection. Typical patients can see redness and swelling of the gums, toothache, periodontal tissue edema, periodontal pocket formation, tooth pain, looseness, shedding, etc. The mouth has a burning sensation and the oral mucosa is dry.
Is diabetes, can it be cured?
Diabetes is mainly type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes. Type 1 can also be called insulin deficiency, but it is not treatable. It can only be controlled by injection of insulin. Type 2 diabetes, commonly referred to as insulin resistance, is a group of diseases with high blood sugar as a basic sign, mainly because of the complications of type 2 diabetes.
In fact, many types of diabetes are now in a semi-false state.
Lowering blood sugar is just one of the aspects However, if you want to treat diabetes, you must treat other diseases together. This is also an aspect of refractory diabetes. Therefore, in order to treat diabetes, it is necessary to learn to control blood sugar and prevent other complications.
(Editor Wang Yulong)