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Nausea, no vomiting, frequent urination, increased appetite, unable to eat. Causes for symptoms?

Hi I m 15 almost 16 and I ve been feeling soooo nauseous this whole week but I never ended up throwing up and I ve had to pee a lot. I feel like I have no energy and I get super hungry but when I go to eat I barely eat cuz I either start feeling sick or I m not hungry anymore. Then like 10 minutes later I m starving again. And I know I m not pregnant because I haven t been sexually active in a while. So what s wrong with me ?
Mon, 7 Oct 2013
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Your symptoms are suggestive of juvenile diabetes.I suggest to get your blood sugars- fasting and postprandial done post which you might have to take physician's opinion.I hope i have answered your question.Get well soon.
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Nausea, no vomiting, frequent urination, increased appetite, unable to eat. Causes for symptoms?

Your symptoms are suggestive of juvenile diabetes.I suggest to get your blood sugars- fasting and postprandial done post which you might have to take physician s opinion.I hope i have answered your question.Get well soon.