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Feeling very thirsty all the time and going to the bathroom frequently are the most common signs of diabetes. If your cells can't get glucose to turn into energy, you may be hungry all the time as well. You may feel tired all the time for the same reason. Finally, your vision may be blurry and you might feel tingling in your hands and feet. Having too much sugar in your blood can cause nerve damage.

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