Saturday, March 28, 2015


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Symptoms of Type 2 diabetes include fatigue, blurred vision, increased urination, increased thirst, weight loss, erectile dysfunction in men or yeast infections in women.  Not all patients experience these symptoms, but any of these should serve as an indication to consult a doctor about concerns.

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Renee Culver, Health Guide, answered Is diabetes connected to an itchy skin… Hi Ziggy,   There are several types of skin conditions related to…


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