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  • 13. Here we will provide full overview of symptoms of type 2 diabetes in women so that youshould be aware of it.Symptoms of Type 2 Diabetes in Women Overview:You know there are different types of symptoms of Type 2 diabetes in Women, but most womenhave no idea they have the disease. The main reason for this is that the blood sugar levels rise ata slow rate, making it difficult for them to detect if there’s anything wrong. Most of them end updeveloping different health problems by the time they are diagnosed with the disease. For thisreason, it is important to check out the different types of symptoms of Type 2 diabetes in women.What Are The Symptoms of type 2 diabetes in women:Feeling thirstyHaving to urinate more than usualFeeling more hungry than usualLosing weight without trying toFeeling very tired.Feeling crankyOther signs of type 2 diabetes may include:Infections and cuts and bruises that heal slowlyBlurred visionTingling or numbness in your hands or feetTrouble with skin, gum, or bladder infectionsVaginal yeast infections
  • 14. Some people have already developed more serious health problems by the time they arediagnosed with type 2 diabetes. Over time, diabetes can lead to problems with the eyes, kidneys,heart, blood vessels, and nerves. Signs of these problems may include:Numbness, tingling, burning pain, or swelling in your feet or hands, Blurred or distorted visionor seeing flashes of light, seeing large, floating red or black spots, or seeing large areas that looklike floating hair, cotton fibers, or spider webs (diabetic retinopathy), chest pain or shortness ofbreath, this may be a sign of heart or blood vessel problems.Type 2 Diabetes in Women Symptoms Explained:One of the most common symptoms of Type 2 diabetes in women is increased thirst, coupledwith frequent urination. This comes about when the sugar in the blood increases, leading topulling of fluids from the tissues. The women will end up feeling thirsts, and the more water theydrink, the more they will urinate. They will also experience vaginal yeast infections or infectionsin the bladder.Apart from the thirst, victims will also feel hungry. The hunger is caused by the lack of adequateinsulin to move the sugar into the body cells, resulting to depletion of energy in the organs andthe cells. This leads to other symptoms of Type 2 diabetes in women, including weight loss evenwhen they have eaten more than usual to relieve the hunger. The inability of the body tometabolize glucose forces it to use alternative sources of fuel found in fats and fuels, leading toloss of calories as more glucose is excreted through urine.Women suffering from Type 2 diabetes will also display symptoms such as fatigue, due to thedeprivation of sugar in the cells, and at times they might be highly irritable. Blurred vision is alsoone of the symptoms of Type 2 diabetes in women resulting from increased blood sugars. As theblood sugar increases, the fluid in the eyes’ lenses will be pulled, thus affecting their ability tofocus clearly.
  • 15. Other symptoms of type 2 diabetes in womenOther signs and symptoms of Type 2 diabetes in women include frequent infections or sores thattake a long time to heal. Some women will also experience dark patches on their skin, especiallyin areas that fold or crease. This condition is called acanthosis nigricans and signifies insulinresistance.Once these symptoms of Type 2 diabetes in women are displayed, it is important to visit thedoctor immediately. They should also give details of the symptoms so that the doctors can makethe necessary arrangements for the testing of the blood sugar levels and appropriate treatments.So it’s better to go to the doctor when you see the symptoms of type 2 diabetes in women asmentioned above.Related Posts: Contraception Includes All Measures Temporary or Permanent To Prevent Pregnancy Somatoform Disorder Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment Wondering If Is It Normal To Have Cramps During Pregnancy? Histrionic Personality Disorder Symptoms, Causes, Diagnosis And Treatment Reducing Belly Fat In WomenTags: signs of type 2 diabetes, symptoms of type 2 diabetes in women, type 2 diabetessymptoms, type ii diabetesCategories Select CategorySponsored LinksSponsored LinksRecent Posts Histrionic Personality Disorder Symptoms, Causes, Diagnosis And Treatment How To Get Health Insurance With a Pre-Existing Condition Fast Symptoms of Type 2 Diabetes in Women – Full Overview Somatoform Disorder Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment How To Lose Belly Fat For Men FastInformative Health Related Links Alcoholism Full Information All You Need To Know About Alcoholism Symptoms, Causes, And Treatment Depression Information All You Need To Know About Depression Symptoms, Causes, And Treatment Full Diabetes Information All You Need To Know About Diabetes Symptoms, Causes, And Treatment Health Insurance Information All You Need To Know About Health Insurance
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  • 17. Website for this imageType 2 diabetes may be present for many years before a diagnosis is made.openlearn.open.ac.ukFull-size image500 × 328 (Same size), 123KBMore sizesSearch by imageSimilar imagesType: JPGImages may be subject to copyright.
  • 18. MedicineWorld.Org Your gateway to the world of medicineMedicineworld.org: Hepatitis C Virus Infection Increases Risk OfType 2 DiabetesBack to diabetes watch Blogs list Cancer blogblogSubscribe To Diabetes Watch Blog RSSFeedHepatitis C Virus Infection Increases Risk OfType 2 Diabetes
  • 19. Patients with hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection who are 40 years of age orolder have three times the risk of developing type 2 diabetes comparedwith their uninfected counterparts, as per a report in the recent issue ofDiabetes Care."HCV is a diabetogenic agent that by means of increasing insulinresistance strongly predisposes infected patients to type 2 diabetes," Dr.Rafael Simo from Hospital Vall dHebron, Barcelona, Spain told ReutersHealth. Dr. Simo and his colleagues reviewed the available evidenceconcerning the epidemiological association between HCV infection anddiabetes.In all studies that contained a control group, there was a higher prevalenceof HCV antibodies among patients with type 2 diabetes than amongnondiabetic patients, the authors report. This was not the case for patientswith type 1 diabetes.Similarly, data from the Third National Health and Nutrition ExaminationSurvey (NHANES III) confirmed a three-fold increased risk of type 2diabetes in patients who were at least 40 years old and infected withHCV. Again, the results indicate, there was no association between HCVinfection and type 1 diabetes.In other studies, HCV-positive patients with chronic hepatitis were threetimes as likely to have glucose abnormalities, compared with HCV-negative subjects with other liver diseases. Diabetes and impaired fastingglucose were also more common among patients with anti-HCVantibodies.Research examining the mechanisms linking HCV infection and type 2diabetes effectively ruled out autoimmunity, iron overload, and directdamage to pancreatic beta cells. Instead, insulin resistance mediated byproinflammatory cytokines appears to be the main pathogenic mechanism.
  • 20. "Taking into account the clear association between HCV infection and thedevelopment of diabetes, and given that HCV is a very prevalent diseaseaffecting approximately 3% of the worlds population, it is possible thatHCV infection is contributing to the increasing prevalence of type 2diabetes," Dr. Simo said.Because HCV infection can be considered a risk factor for diabetes,screening to detect diabetes and pre-diabetic conditions (impaired fastingglucose or impaired glucose tolerance) should be done at least every 3years, Dr. Simo advised.Dr. Simo also cited results of recent studies by his group indicating thatsuccessful therapy of HCV infection can prevent the subsequentdevelopment of type 2 diabetes.Did you know?Patients with hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection who are 40 years of age orolder have three times the risk of developing type 2 diabetes comparedwith their uninfected counterparts, as per a report in the recent issue ofDiabetes Care. "HCV is a diabetogenic agent that by means of increasinginsulin resistance strongly predisposes infected patients to type 2diabetes," Dr. Rafael Simo from Hospital Vall dHebron, Barcelona, Spaintold Reuters Health. Dr. Simo and his colleagues reviewed the availableevidence concerning the epidemiological association between HCVinfection and diabetes.Medicineworld.org: Hepatitis C Virus Infection Increases Risk OfType 2 DiabetesMain Page| Cancer blog| Cancer blogs list| Lung cancer blog| Colon cancer blog| Prostatecancer blog| Breast cancer blog| Diabetes watch blog| Heart watch blog| Allergy blog|Bladder cancer blog| Cervical cancer blog| Colon cancer news blog| Diabetes news blog|Esophageal cancer blog| Gastric cancer blog| Health news blog| Heart news blog|Infectious disease blog| Kidney watch blog| Lung disease blog| Lung cancer news blog|Mesothelioma blog| Neurology blog| Breast cancer news blog| OBGYN blog| Ophthalmologyblog| Ovarian cancer blog| Cancer news blog| Pancreas cancer blog| Pediatrics blog|Prostate cancer news blog| Psychology blog| Research blog| Rheumatology blog| Societynews blog| Uterine cancer blog| Weight watch blog|Copyright statementThe contents of this web page are protected. Legal action may follow forreproduction of materials without permission.
  • 21. Website for this imageInfections and type 2 diabetes. Every health theory needs a colorful pyramid ...potbellysyndrome.comFull-size image517 × 421 (Same size), 21KBMore sizesSearch by imageSimilar imagesType: GIFImages may be subject to copyright.
  • 22. Choose Language / Country: International Englishopeno GermanyFor More Information: Call +972 9 768 0376 Or Email us here. Home About diabeteso Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (T2DM)o Diabesityo Current Treatmentso Metabolic Surgery in Treating Diabeteso Interventional Diabetologyo Links About DIAMONDo Gastric Stimulationo What is the DIAMOND System?o Living with the DIAMOND Systemo The Surgical Procedureo FAQo Resource Center Is it for me?o Patient Populationo Alternative to Insulin?o Testimonialso Ask Your Doctoro Our blog Find a physiciano Clinical Siteso Contact Us About uso Company Profileo Teamo Board of Directorso Scientific Advisorso News and Eventso Contact Us For physicianso Clinical Datao Publications
  • 23. o Mechanism of Actiono Implantation About Diabetes Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (T2DM) What is Type 2 Diabetes? Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (T2DM) is a chronic metabolic disease that affects the body’s ability to turn food into energy. Normally, after eating, sugar in the form of glucose from the food enters the bloodstream. The hormone Insulin, released from the pancreas in response to the rising levels of glucose in the bloodstream, is responsible for transporting the glucose into the body’s cells, to be used as fuel. Other hormones produced by the gastric system such as GLP-1 also play a part in controlling glucose metabolic processes. In Type 2 Diabetes, the body does not respond well to insulin. As a result, the cells cannot absorb the glucose properly and it remains and builds up in the bloodstream and damages the inner lining of the small blood vessels. Uncontrolled diabetes may lead to blindness, limb amputation, kidney failure, and nerve damage. Diabetes is also a prominent factor in accelerating the hardening and narrowing of the arteries (atherosclerosis), leading to stroke, heart disease, and other small blood vessel disorders. The following diagram describes the damaged metabolic process in Type 2 Diabetes:
  • 24. How common is it? With diabetes prevalence rates doubling between 1990 and 1995, the American Centers forDisease Control and Prevention (CDC) has just declared that we are facing a diabetes epidemic. The diabetesepidemic has struck worldwide. More than 285 million people across the world suffer from diabetes, 90% of whomhave Type 2 Diabetes. It is estimated that by the year 2030 438 million people will be inflicted with diabetesworldwide, profoundly increasing the need for treatment for type 2 diabetes. In the United States, CDC projects thatby 2050 one in three individuals will be diagnosed with diabetes. In Europe, there are 55 million diabetics, and by2030 this number is expected to grow to 66 million. Russia and Germany lead in European diabetes prevalence with9.6 million and 7.5 million diabetics respectively.Diabetes is also becoming a major health concern in Asia with over 90 million diabetics in China and 50 million inIndia.What Causes Diabetes? A number of lifestyle factors are known to contribute to the development of Type 2Diabetes. Excess weight, defined as a body mass index (BMI) of 25 or more, leading an inactive lifestyle, havingabnormal cholesterol and blood lipids, high blood-pressure and smoking are all factors that increase the risk ofdeveloping Type 2 Diabetes.
  • 25. What are the initial symptoms? About one out of three people with Type 2 Diabetes don’t know they have it andtherefore are not even receiving treatment. One of the first symptoms of Type 2 Diabetes may be an increase inthirst. This is often accompanied by additional symptoms, such as dry mouth, increased appetite, frequent urination,and unusual weight loss or gain. Additional symptoms may include headaches, blurred vision, fatigue, and troublinginfections such as cuts and sores that are slow to heal or frequent yeast infections.Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (T2DM)DiabesityCurrent TreatmentsMetabolic Surgery in Treating DiabetesInterventional DiabetologyLinksCould MetaCure DIAMOND work for me?If you are considering the DIAMOND system, fill in this short questionnaire to find out whether it could work for you.Find out if you qualifySearch The site SearchFrom our blogNovember 2011 Insulin Side Effects Concern Type 2 Diabetes PatientsNovember 2011 MetaCure’s Diamond System featured on Japanese News ShowNovember 2011 Top 5 Concerns Diabetes Patients Have About MedicationOur Twitter
  • 26. 12:14 PM Nov 29th: #Insulin Side Effects Concern Type 2 #Diabetes Patients http://t.co/IcYPhGI1 #9:53 AM Nov 14th: Top 5 Concerns #Diabetes Patients Have About #Medication http://t.co/fRPtfaZk #9:51 AM Nov 1st: Surgery as a treatment for #Diabetes Type 2, What are your options? http://t.co/iH9XJU8i #follow us on twitterAbout MetaCureMetaCure is a medical device company dedicated to the development and commercialization of minimally invasivetreatment for diabesity, the combination of type 2 diabetes and obesity, arguably todays most prevalent global healthepidemic.MetaCures implantable medical device, the DIAMOND System, is based on an innovative technology thatsignificantly reduces blood glucose levels by applying gentle electrical stimulation to the stomach during meals. Thecompanys Interventional Diabetology approach provides a real alternative to managing type 2 diabetes.READ MORELike us on FacebooklinkedInRead our BlogContact usCopyright © 2012 MetaCureSite MapLegal NoticesPrivacy Policy Web Design by: XG Media / Built by BioMarketingDiamond SystemInterventional DiabetologyGastric StimulationDiabesityAlternative to InsulinDiabetes StudyWebsite for this imageThe table comparing Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes should resemble the following ...moodle.rockyview.ab.caFull-size image633 × 350 (Same size), 146KBMore sizesSearch by image
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