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What are signs of a diabetic emergency?

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  • A Emergency Medicine, answered on behalf of
    What Are Signs of a Diabetic Emergency?
    Signs of a diabetic emergency include increased thirst and urination, dizziness, vomiting, abdominal pain, and more, says Justin Wang, MD, from Regional Medical Center of San Jose. Learn what they mean and what else to look out for in this video.
  • A Emergency Medicine, answered on behalf of
    What Are Signs of a Diabetic Emergency?
    Sweating, nausea, vomiting and confusion are symptoms of a diabetic situation that could merit medical attention, says Scott Scherr, MD, from Sunrise Hospital. Learn why, and what you should do, by watching this video.
  • Signs of a diabetic emergency include:
    • Changes in the level of consciousness
    • Changes in mood
    • Rapid breathing and pulse
    • Feeling and looking ill
    • Dizziness and headache
    • Confusion
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