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UNLIKE TYPE 1 DIABETES, TYPE 2 MAY BE UNRECOGNIZED FOR DECADES.

IN HALF OF THE CASES DIAGNOSED PATIENTS BEFORE DIAGNOSIS HAD COMPLICATIONS AND HAD TO UNDERGO AMPUTATIONS. For more information about Matt Traverso Scam - Reversing Diabetes survey here now...

I still do not know but diabetes you seriously knocking on the door? If you are overweight, you have wounds that do not heal and swollen feet are perhaps the problem lies not in poor lymphatic drainage, but you're one of the millions of people that only diabetes remain undiagnosed.

A undiagnosed diabetes, because of the high concentration of sugar in the blood that would interfere with the blood supply, among other things, may cause deformation and the need for amputation of fingers, or even limb. Namely due to weaker stimuli, people are not aware of petty offense that due to the difficulty of circulation in just a few weeks can turn into a serious infection and eventually gangrene.

Type 2 diabetes is the result of the body's inability to produce enough insulin or the insulin that is produced does not work properly and leads to insulin resistance. It is assumed that in this case the belly produces a protein that interferes with insulin to accept the excess sugar.

Unlike type 1 diabetes, type 2 may be unrecognized for decades. In half of the cases diagnosed patients before diagnosis had complications such as nerve pain and vision problems. But the obvious symptoms of diabetes such as excessive thirst or urination larger than normal is often lacking.

Besides being threatened by amputation, diabetics are at risk for developing heart disease, strokes, kidney failure and blindness.

But why is it so large number of undiagnosed cases? Doctors often overlook obvious symptoms, and the patients do not go to the doctor for check-ups.
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