Successive or continuous high glucose can make harm your nerves, veins, and organs. It can likewise prompt other genuine conditions. Individuals with type 1 diabetes are inclined to a development of acids in the blood called ketoacidosis.
In the event that you have type 2 diabetes or in case you're in danger for it, incredibly high glucose can prompt a possibly dangerous condition in which your body can't deal with sugar. You'll pee all the more frequently from the start, and afterward less regularly later on, however your pee may get dull and you could get seriously dried out.
Early signs of high blood sugar levels include:
Weariness (frail, tired inclination)
Progressing high glucose may cause:
Vaginal and skin diseases
Moderate recuperating cuts and wounds
More terrible vision
Nerve harm causing cold feet, loss of hair on the lower ends
Stomach and intestinal issues like persistent obstruction or the runs
Harm to your eyes, veins, or kidney.
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