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What is Diabetology and Diabetes?

Diabetology is the clinical study of diabetes mellitus, along with its diagnosis, treatment, and management. 

Diabetes, as it is commonly known, is a metabolic disease in which a person’s blood sugar level is higher than normal. 

Diabetes mellitus is a term that refers to a number of diseases affecting your body. 

Why do you believe blood sugar (glucose) is essential in your body? 

Glucose is essential to your health because it generates energy for the cells that make up your muscles and tissues. It is also the main source of energy for your brain. Having excessive glucose in your blood can lead to serious complications over time. 


What are the types of Diabetes mellitus?

There are four types of Diabetes mellitus. They are

Diabetes mellitus Type 1, Diabetes mellitus type 2, Prediabetes and Gestational Diabetes. Now let us study in depth about the type of diabetes mellitus mentioned above.  


Diabetes Mellitus Type 1:
This is an autoimmune disease, which means your body targets itself. In this situation, the insulin-producing cells in your pancreas are damaged. It is most often diagnosed in children and young adults (but can develop at any age). It was once better known as “juvenile” diabetes. 
Type 1 diabetes signs and symptoms may include: 
Increased thirst 
Frequent urination 
Children Bed-Wetting 
Hunger Unintended 
weight loss Irritability and
other mood changes 
Fatigue and weakness 
Blurred vision 
Meet your diabetes doctor if you notice any of the above signs and symptoms in you or your child.
Diabetes mellitus type 2: 
This kind occurs when your body either does not produce enough insulin or when your cells do not respond appropriately to insulin. This is the most prevalent kind of diabetes found in diabetic patients. Maximum people with diabetes have Type 2. It commonly affects persons in their age of 40 and 50. Signs and symptoms are present, they may include: Increased thirst Frequent urination Increased hunger Unintended weight loss Fatigue Blurred vision Slow-healing sores Frequent infections Numbness or tingling in the hands or feet.
Prediabetes: Your blood sugar levels are beyond normal but not high enough to be officially diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. If you’ve got prediabetes, the long-term damage of diabetes — especially to your heart, blood vessels, and kidneys — may already be starting. Prediabetes has most Symptoms of diabetes types 1 and diabetes types 2


Gestational Diabetes: This type starts to develop in some pregnant women. Gestational diabetes usually disappears after pregnancy. Even so, if you have gestational diabetes, you are more likely to develop Type 2 diabetes later in life.
Gestational diabetes may pose health risks to both the pregnant woman and the fetus. 
Among the health risks are:
premature birth with a higher birth weight
a decrease in the baby’s blood sugar levels at birth a rise in the pregnant woman’s blood pressure
a greater chance of the woman developing preeclampsia during her pregnancy
Although many of the changes that occur during pregnancy are similar to those that occur during gestational diabetes, it seems there are no obvious signs or symptoms. However, some possible signs and symptoms are:
vision impairment
extreme thirst
frequent bladder, vaginal, or skin infections
frequent urination
sugar in the urine. 
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