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Symptoms of diabetes?

From: LeonaWilde - 1 year 14 weeks ago

Hello,

After a lot of visits to my dr. I have been diagnosed with IBS. This is because of bloating, stomach aches and change in stools. But I feel like it glosses over my nausea, especially after eating sugary or greasy foods. For example, I ate a slice of cake recently and I felt really nauseous for half an hour and then it disappeared. Is that IBS as well? I don't even touch candy or chocolate anymore. And after I ate a part of a really greasy pizza, I felt so sick and tired I had to lay down for an hour! I never had this when I was younger, but I always was (and am!) a slow eater.

I have had blood tests and they don't show diabetes, so why am I so sensitive to food all the sudden? How do you even 'get' IBS? Sorry if these are stupid questions, but I don't understand. It seems like I have all the symptoms of diabetes but I don't actually have it.

Best wishes,
Leona

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Hello Leona,

The symptoms of diabetes are excellently identified on the web
https://www.endocrineweb.com , which I take the opportunity to congratulate for the information they show us, however these symptoms can sometimes be confused by other aspects of our life; that is, for example, in demanding and continuous sports activities you can feel thirsty more than usual, be more exhausted or even lose some weight, just like when you start a diet you lose weight but I think that it is not necessarily diabetes or it is a Prediabetic person. The best ways to know if you have diabetes, when show the signals, is with blood test and verify the level of sugar, a high blood sugar is definitely an alarming signal, if you are in this situation of high blood sugar I recommend you check the information shown on the webhttp://bit.ly/reversediabetesindex , I follow it and for me it is a tool of life to reverse diabetes.

Regards

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