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Facts on Hyperglycemia Without Diabetes

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Facts on Hyperglycemia Without Diabetes
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The symptoms that are commonly associated with diabetes may be the first indicators that something is wrong. While increased appetite, frequent urination, shakiness, confusion, sweating and fatigue could be related to diabetes, there may be other causes. As long as they're transient they're usually nothing to worry about. However, if you suffer from any of these symptoms for more than 24 hours, it's probably a good idea to get examined by your physician. Your symptoms could be the first signs of liver, kidney or other metabolic diseases. They may also indicate problems with the way that your body is responding to certain medications.

The symptoms that are commonly associated with diabetes may be the first indicators that something is wrong. While increased appetite, frequent urination, shakiness, confusion, sweating and fatigue could be related to diabetes, there may be other causes. As long as they're transient they're usually nothing to worry about. However, if you suffer from any of these symptoms for more than 24 hours, it's probably a good idea to get examined by your physician. Your symptoms could be the first signs of liver, kidney or other metabolic diseases. They may also indicate problems with the way that your body is responding to certain medications.

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