Tuesday, May 17, 2022

diabetes 3 infections can be a sign of high blood sugar | These 3 types of infections are alarm bells for diabetic patients, do not ignore

New Delhi: Diabetes is a chronic disease due to which your blood sugar level rises and it can cause many serious problems. It affects the function of body parts. If the problem of high blood sugar is not treated for a long time, then it starts damaging the nerves and body parts.

In both type 1 and type 2 diabetes, you will see some special symptoms, which do not ignore by mistake. This increases the risk of many types of infection. This is a sign that your blood sugar level is too high.

Due to the high blood sugar level in the problem of diabetes, the body is unable to fight the infection. In such a situation, when pathogens enter the body, then they start growing rapidly in the body and a situation of serious infection arises. If the disease of diabetes is not detected on time and it is not managed properly, then it can lead to many types of infections continuously. Because of this, there is a risk of bladder, kidney, gums, feet and skin infections. Three types of infections are most common in diabetic patients-

yeast infection

Thrush is a type of yeast infection. It can grow in different parts of the body. This problem can occur in the fingers, mouth and genital area. This disease is caused by fungus.

urinary tract infection

Cystitis also occurs in diabetic patients. In this there is inflammation in the bladder. This is a type of Urinary Tract Infection. Because of this, you will feel difficulty in urinating. There may also be pain in the lower abdomen.

foot infection

Infection in your feet can also occur due to diabetes. It affects the tissues and bones. According to a research, 15 to 25% of the patients of Diabetes Mellitus develop foot ulcer problem. This problem can take a serious form if the blood sugar is not controlled.

To prevent infection, it is important to keep the blood sugar level under control. For this, take medicines on time and take special care of diet. If your blood sugar level remains under control then the risk of infection will be less. Apart from this, take care of hygiene.

(Disclaimer: The information given here is based on general assumptions and information. Please take medical advice before adopting it. ZEE NEWS does not confirm this.)


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