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Sleeplessness, tired, forgetful, lack of concentration, feels thirsty, weight gain, pain in neck, shoulders and back

Hi, it s 2:30am and for weeks now I ve been waking up around 2 and unable to sleep . I m always tired and forgetful. It takes effort to concentrate. Been thirsty a lot. I can drink five glasses of water in a row and still be thirsty with the only result being peeing a lot and no feelings of hungar. So I m not eatin as much but I m gaining weight - 5 pounds this week. Now my neck , shoulders, and upper back are sheets of pain and it hurts to move, but maybe I slept wrong? I m a 33 yr old woman. Please help. Is this something I should bother my physician with? Thank you.
Asked On : Mon, 7 May 2012
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Feeling thirsty, weight gain, pain in neck, shoulders and back, sleeplessness, tiredness, forgetful, lack of concentration all may be associated with Diabetes Mellitus. So Please Check your uine for sugar and blood sugar both fasting and posprandial to excude DM. If found positive You need to cosult a Diabetologist or physician regarding diet, exercise and medications.
Answered: Wed, 22 May 2013
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