4 Common Dangers of Uncontrolled Diabetes

Uncontrolled Diabetes: a Risky Business

Diabetes should not be taken lightly. It is, in fact, extremely dangerous.

This might seem like a bold statement, but uncontrolled diabetes can cause serious problems. It can range from something as small as constantly feeling thirsty, all the way to kidney failure.

  1. Eye Problems

Diabetes is the leading cause of new blindness among adults aged 20-74. It can cause a number of eye problems, some of which can lead to blindness if not addressed. The eye disorders include:

  • Glaucoma
  • Cataracts
  • Diabetic retinopathy

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  1. Kidney Problems

Diabetes is the main cause of kidney failure in adults. Almost 45% of new cases are due to diabetes. This is because the kidneys cannot process all the excess sugar in the blood during diabetes.

  1. Nerve Problems

Over time, high blood sugar levels can harm the nerves. This can lead to pain or numbness in the feet. About 70% of people with diabetes have some form of nerve damage.

Diabetes-related nerve damage can also cause pain in the legs, arms, and hands. It can lead to problems with digestion, going to the bathroom, or having sex.

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  1. Teeth Problems

People with diabetes are at high risk for gum disease. Keeping your diabetes under control, seeing your dentist regularly, and taking good daily care of your teeth can prevent gum disease and tooth loss.

What are the symptoms of diabetes problems?

Symptoms vary depending on the diabetes complication that you have. You may have:

  • Vision problems. Vision loss or pain in your eye is common if you have diabetic eye disease.
  • No visual symptoms if you have early diabetes-related kidney disease. Swelling of the legs and feet occur in more advanced stages of kidney failure.
  • Tingling, numbness, burning, or shooting or stabbing pain in the limbs when you have nerve problems.
  • Brittle, sensitive, or discolored teeth and gums in the case of teeth problems.


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