You may have no idea how to confirm if you have diabetes but several symptoms can indicate. These signs range from mild to severe as per your condition. Type 2 diabetes does not bring on any noticing symptoms that can make you feel like you have high blood sugar levels.

Some people find it later when the disease causes damage to the body. 

But doctors often order fasting blood sugar tests if they find any suspicious signs that indicate you may have high blood sugar levels.

But type 1 diabetes brings on some symptoms early that can help you learn if you have diabetes.

Here are some early signs of diabetes you need to know.

More Urination 

An average count of urination starts from 4 to 7 times a day but people with diabetes can go for more urination. It happens because your kidneys are not able to bring blood sugar back which results in more peeing. In this way, your body removes more fluids from your body that make you thirstier. You need to drink more and more but you always stay thirsty due to more urination.

Blurred Vision 

 When your body removes more fluids, it leaves many side effects including blurred vision. It occurs when the lenses in your eyes swell up. It does not support the focusing point and also changes the shape.

Dry Mouth 

There is more fluid used for making pee which also leads to less moisture. It means that more peeing can put you at high risk of dehydration which is a direct cause of many health issues. You should consult with your doctor as soon as possible.


When you eat the food, your body converts it into glucose. The cells of your body use them for energy levels but insulin is required to take in glucose. But lack of insulin production leads to cells resisting and glucose cannot get into them. It means failure of glucose use can lead to no energy level. People with low insulin production feel more hungry and always being tired.

But all types of diabetes bring on different signs and symptoms.

If we talk about type 2 diabetes, you may experience the following symptoms:

High glucose levels bring on different symptoms that can help you know when you need immediate treatment.

Slow-healing sores and cuts:  High blood sugar levels leave an impact on the blood flow. It also damages the nerve that does not let your body heal the wounds properly.

Yeast infection: Not only men but women may also experience yeast infections while having diabetes. It happens because yeast feeds on glucose. These types of infections grow in the moist fold of skin and warm areas, such as in or around sex organs, under the breast, and between the fingers and toes.

Numbness in legs and feet: Nerve damage also leads to numbness and pain in your legs and feet.

Slow-wound healing: An affected blood flow and nerve do not allow your wounds to heal.

The symptoms of diabetes type 1 are also different, such as:

Nausea and vomiting 

When your body retreats from the burning fat, it leads to ketones. It is a life-threatening condition that results in a buildup in the blood that is also known as diabetic ketoacidosis. It makes you feel sick and may bring different symptoms, like nausea, and vomiting.

Weight loss 

Losing your weight without any reason or plan is also a sign of type 1 diabetes. It happens when your body does not have enough energy due to less conversion from foods as it starts burning muscles and fat for energy. It leads to weight loss without any change in your diet.

Gestational diabetes is a high blood sugar level in women during pregnancy. It makes you feel a little thirstier and leads to more urination,

The symptoms of diabetes may bring some health complications, such as:

  • Itchy skin
  • Weight gain
  • Decreased vision
  • Velvety and dark skin changes
  • Tingling and numbness in the legs and feet
  • Frequent yeast infection
  • Slow-healing cuts and sores

Low blood sugar or hypoglycemia 

When you have low blood sugar levels, it leads to blood drops. You may feel the following symptoms:

  • Hungry
  • Weak
  • Sweaty
  • Shaky
  • Nervous
  • Confused
  • Sleepy
  • Cranky

If you have been diagnosed with diabetes, you should stay active to maintain the blood flow throughout your body. Make sure that you eat a complete diet that provides your body with enough nutrients that boost body functions.

Also read: Ways To Reduce Your Risk Of Diabetes Before It Starts

Final Thought

If you are older than 45, it puts you at high risk of diabetes. You should visit the doctor regularly which can help to learn if you need treatment to maintain your blood sugar levels. You should get instant medical help if you have a bad bellyache, breathing problem, feel sick to your stomach, etc.