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Diabetes Mellitus. What is it and how does it affect children
Diabetes

Diabetes Mellitus. What is it and how does it affect children

Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus is a chronic disease, which in many cases appears in children or young adults. It is an autoimmune pathology, that is, the body produces antibodies against the pancreas, as if it believes that it is something foreign to it, attacks and destroys it.Unlike Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus, the latter usually occurs in older people and generally overweight or obese.

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Diabetes

Know the symptoms of childhood diabetes

Doctors agree that the earlier diabetes is diagnosed in children, the better for them because it can prevent serious complications and health risks for young children. If your child drinks and urinates more than usual, has re-wetted the bed, loses weight, and has constant blurred vision, irritability, fatigue and tiredness, he or she may be diabetic, although that can only be confirmed by your doctor.
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Diabetes

Diabetes Mellitus. What is it and how does it affect children

Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus is a chronic disease, which in many cases appears in children or young adults. It is an autoimmune pathology, that is, the body produces antibodies against the pancreas, as if it believes that it is something foreign to it, attacks and destroys it.Unlike Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus, the latter usually occurs in older people and generally overweight or obese.
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