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Diabetes in my family. how I can get rid of the chances of getting Diabetes ?

my father and my mother and grandparents and aunts and uncles have diabetes is it possible for me to get it ? A Lot of people have diabetes in my family i am just worried about getting it because of my weight and because of the fact that i have to watch my dad get weakier and weakier everyday! :( is there a way I can get rid of the chances of getting Diabetes even though its part of the GENES in my family ?
Asked On : Thu, 17 Dec 2009
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Diabetes, can come to you specially if you already have a family history that predisposes you to it. A sedentary life with a poor diet, or being overweight can contribute to acquiring Type II Diabetes. Main symptoms include excess thirst, hunger and incresaed frequency of urination. Other symptoms can include blurry vision, numbness. Keep looking out for these symptoms, and report to doctor if yu have any of them to start early treatment and thus prevent complications.

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