Child Diabetes Symptoms

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Symptoms of child diabetes include increased thirst, increased urination, weight loss and bed wetting. Find out how vomiting, abdominal pain and an increased respiratory rate can be signs of child diabetes with help from a nurse and respiratory care practitioner in this free video on diabetes symptoms.

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Child Diabetes Symptoms. With a child you will see an increased thirst and increased urination. Now those two together should probably not alarm too many people because children get thirsty and the more water they drink the more they urinate, however, if it is coupled with a decreased weight loss perhaps you might see bedwetting and girls usually will end up with a yeast infection of the Candida infection. There might even be vomiting, abdominal pain or increased respiratory rate and one of the tell tale signs is fruity breath. These things all coupled together you will see in child diabetes symptoms. Now in juvenile a little bit older children, you may see irritability and you will see all of these symptoms also. But you will see also a tremendous amount of loss of weight in juvenile diabetes but with child diabetes symptoms, all of these put together, not just picking out one or two because that can come to mean anything but when you start seeing these altogether be alarmed and make sure the child is seen by a Licensed Medical Doctor.


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