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Frequent urination, excessive thirst, headaches, feeling of passing out on standing, occasional nausea, blurred vision. Cause of symptoms?

Yes, I have been urinating frequently, drinking more usual, have had headaches , when I stand up I feel like I m going to pass out, I have had tunnel vision in the past week, occasional nausea , my boyfriend and family tells me I have been acting differently, not like myself, and I have had blurred vision . I have had these symptoms for 2 weeks now.
Asked On : Thu, 24 Jan 2013
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Critical Care Specialist 's  Response
Hi thanks for your question.
The symptoms you have described most probably are of Diabetes.I would suggest you to consult a physician,who will be able get your blood sugar done to rule out or confirm diabetes.You may also need urne examination as part of evaluation of your symptoms.
Hope this answers your question.
Answered: Thu, 24 Jan 2013
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