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    Help! I Think I Have Diabetes
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    hhs1996 posted:
    hi my nameis kelly & i might be a diabetic & i'm just wondering what r some of the symptoms of a diabetic coma?
     
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    auriga1 responded:
    Coma: deep sleep, unconsciousness, extreme unresponsiveness.

    Does not matter what type of coma. One would not know until they awoke and someone told them.
     
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    hhs1996 replied to auriga1's response:
    ok ok thank you! how can u tell if u have diabetes?
     
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    rohvannyn responded:
    .Here's some information that will be of help to you.

    http://diabetes.webmd.com/guide/diabetes_symptoms_types
     
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    hhs1996 replied to rohvannyn's response:
    ok rov ty very much


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