I am feeling really tired all the time, quite thirsty, nauseous and vomiting. I’m not peeing often, but when I am, it is longer than usual. These are all symptoms of diabetes, but I don’t know how to ask my parents to take me to the hospital.

Updated 2 November 2021 under Ask Us.

Thanks for your question. Many different things, including diabetes, can cause your symptoms. Whenever you are having symptoms, it is a good idea to talk to your health care provider. […]

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Oral Glucose Tolerance Test (OGTT)

Updated 13 September 2021 under Health Guides.

If you’re getting ready to have an oral glucose tolerance test, you might be wondering about how to prepare for the test and what the results might mean. The test […]

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La Diabetes

Updated 4 June 2020 under Guías de la Salud.

La diabetes es una enfermedad crónica (a largo plazo) que ocurre cuando tu cuerpo no produce suficiente insulina o cuando tu cuerpo tiene problemas para usar la insulina que produce. […]

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Diabetes

Updated 4 June 2020 under Health Guides.

Diabetes is a chronic (long-term) condition that occurs when your body doesn’t make enough insulin, or when your body has trouble using the insulin that it does make. 210,000 young […]

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What happens when you have diabetes?

Updated 12 March 2014 under Ask Us.

Diabetes is a chronic (long-term) illness that can happen when your body does not make enough insulin, or when your body has difficulty using the insulin that it does make. […]

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SOP: Insulina y Metformina

Updated 28 September 2020 under Guías de la Salud.

Las mujeres jóvenes con SOP a menudo tienen niveles de insulina elevados y son más propensas a desarrollar diabetes. La metformina es un medicamento que a menudo se prescribe para […]

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