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Wake up at nights for toilet, sensation in abdominal area. All tests normal, raised fasting sugar. Is that a cause ?

Hi. I am getting up at night to go to toilet and it often feels like there is sometimg in my abdominal area. I have had Psa test, prostate test and ultrasound on bladder and all is normal. Just had bupa test and I have raised fasting blood sugar levels. Can this be the cause. It s driving me mad. Im a 36 year old male
Asked On : Sun, 23 Sep 2012
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Dear Steve hello
Thanks for writing in.
Diabetes i.e. increased blood sugar level result in polyurea, a condition where frequency of urine increases. This can be noticed more at night.
Please also have your HbA1C test done to check more details about your sugar levels.
Control your diet by restricting sugar and carbohydrates under medical supervision and get yourself fully examined and investigated accordingly.
Answered: Tue, 25 Sep 2012
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