Signs and Symptoms
The symptoms are often sudden and can be life threatening if not treated. They can include:
In type 2 diabetes, many people have no symptoms at all, while other signs can go unnoticed and mistaken as part of “getting older’.
Common symptoms can include:
If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, have a family history of diabetes, have taken the AusDrisk test and scored a high risk or have any concerns, it is important to make an appointment to speak with your GP as the earlier diabetes is diagnosed, the better.
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