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Can a weak bladder and thirst be a sign of diabetes?

Increased thirst and increased need to urinate can definitely be a sign of diabetes. If you have these symptoms, you should let your doctor know, and he or she can check your blood and urine for signs of diabetes. However, there are other diseases that can cause similar symptoms.

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