below my knees I feel a burning feeling like they are asleep and my back hurt so bad to! help!
Sun, 13 Dec 2009
more thirst,more hunger and more urgency for urination. These are specific symptoms for Diabetes but that does not mean all person with these have the diabetes you check with your DOctor for blood work, the blood sugar is more specific I suppose.
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