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Feeling dizzy, frequent urination, family history of diabetes. Help

I m feeling sick in the stomach and I feel dizzy, I haven t really been eating much lately and have to pee all the time? Diabetes runs in my family and my brother and sister have it, I was just wondering if there s a possibility I have it as well? I have eaten tonight but I still feel, I don t know if it s hungry sick or another type of sick. I m sixteen years old and I get regular exercise, but lately I feel terrible. PLEASE HELP!
Asked On : Wed, 3 Oct 2012
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hi john,

Diabetes runs through family for sure. If you feel, dizziness, frequent urination and frequent hungriness , probably it could be the symptoms of diabetes.. as you told, your brother and sisters are diabetic, its always better to do blood sugar test and rule out diabetes. do fasting as well as post prandial(2hrs after food) blood sugar test and rule out diabetes soon.

thanks for your query,

Answered: Mon, 29 Oct 2012
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