This type is becoming more common due to the growing obesity and lack of exercise. Gestational diabetes: consists in the presence of high levels of blood glucose that occur at any time during pregnancy in a woman who does not have diabetes. Women with this type of diabetes are at high risk for diabetes type 2 and cardiovascular disease later in life. Diabetes affects more than 20 million Americans and 40 million have prediabetes (diabetes type 2 early). There are many risk factors that predispose to diabetes type 2 as: age 45 years a parent or sibling with diabetes Gestational Diabetes or delivering a baby weighing more than 4 kg (9 lb) heart disease high cholesterol level in the blood not getting enough exercise obesity not getting enough exercise Polycystic disease (in women) ovarian Ovaricapoliquistosis prior impaired tolerance to glucose some ethnic groups (particularly American of) Black, native, Asian, Pacific Islander peoples of the Pacific and Hispanic Americans-Americans) Sintomassintomas high levels of glucose can cause various problems, such as: blurred Vision thirst excessive FatigFatiga frequent urination hunger weight loss however, due to diabetes type 2 develops slowly, some people with high blood sugar levels are completely asymptomatic. Symptoms of type 1 diabetes: fatigue increased thirst increased urination nausea vomiting weight loss despite increased appetite patients with type 1 diabetes usually develop symptoms over a period of time short and the disease is often diagnosed in an emergency room. Symptoms of type 2 diabetes: Vision blurred fatigue increased appetite increased thirst increased urination tests and Examenespruebas and examinations can be used an analysis of orinaanalisis of urine to look for glucose and ketones product of the breakdown of fats. However, a single urine test not diagnosed diabetes. Following blood tests are used to diagnose diabetes: blood glucose in ayunasGlucemia in fasting: diabetes is diagnosed if the result is greater than 126 mg/dL on two occasions.
By Mark | Published April 11, 2017