Type 2 Diabetes Symptoms

The warning signs for type 2 diabetes include:

  • Unusual thirst, appetite, or fatigue.
  • Frequent urination or urinary tract infections.
  • Tingling or numbness in the hands or feet.
  • Eye or vision problems.
  • Repeated skin infections or cuts and wounds that don't heal well.

Many people with diabetes have no diabetes symptoms at all and often go many months -- or even years -- before they're diagnosed. That's because diabetes symptoms may develop slowly and emerge suddenly.

 


Sarah Henry

Sarah Henry has covered health stories for most of her more than two decades as a writer, from her ten-year stint at the award-winning Center for Investigative Reporting to her staff writer position with Hippocrates magazine to her most recent Web work for online sites, including WebMD, Babycenter. See full bio


about 1 month ago, said...

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almost 6 years ago, said...

I just found out I have diabetes.What a shock to myself.Reading this was wonderful and I see I have all the signs.Unreal! I am so glad to read this because it saved my life.TYTYTY! I went to my doctor and its confirmed.


about 6 years ago, said...

keep me in prayer. Still working and my vision is getting worse as I am now 54.


over 8 years ago, said...

Excellent Information for us 'old-timers', I am 80 years old and need all the information I can get on the subjects you cover so well. Many Thanks, Elton O. McLendon, Sr. Paragould, AR 72342