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The difference between glucose intolerance and full-blown diabetes is that the blood sugar levels of a glucose intolerant are high, but not high enough to make him a diabetic. According to wikipedia, sugar intolerance or pre-diabetes is 'America's largest health-care epidemic', affecting about 57 million Americans. A person with glucose intolerance symptoms risks not only the eventuality of getting type 2 diabetes, but also runs the risk of suffering from some cardiovascular disease, unless the intolerance is effectively taken care of.
Impaired Glucose Tolerance Symptoms
So if you had sugar intolerance, how would you know? Here are some common glucose intolerance symptoms to help you diagnose whether you are suffering from this problem. If you notice any of these symptoms, it does not necessarily imply that you are glucose intolerant, but you ought to get a check-up done from a doctor, just in case. The doctor will ask you to take a blood test in order to confirm if there is any problem. So here are some symptoms of pre-diabetes. •Constantly feeling thirsty
•Dark patches on skin, itching, rashes
•Tingling in the limbs
•Rapid weight loss or weight gain
•Inability to focus
•Increased blood pressure
If sugar intolerance is not taken care of, then there is a chance of the patient developing full blown type 2 diabetes. So in addition to the previously mentioned symptoms, the symptoms of type 2 diabetes are: •Lethargy
•Constant itching of external genitalia
•Erectile dysfunction (in men)
•Vaginal dryness and premature menopause (in women)
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