1. pertaining to or characterized by diabetes.
2. a person with diabetes.
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1. Relating to or suffering from diabetes.
2. One who suffers from diabetes.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012
1. Of, relating to, having, or resulting from diabetes: diabetic patients; a diabetic coma.
2. Intended for use by a person with diabetes: diabetic candy.
A person who has diabetes.
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Relating to or having diabetes.
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Relating to or suffering from diabetes.
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Patient discussion about diabetic
Q. My 7yr has Diabetes. She been Diabetic for about 5 weeks and we can't get numbers at a good spot. she aether way to low (30- 60 scary when she gets like this) and to high (300 - 400)
We been looking at what she eating calling the physician. he been play with here shots but nothing working.
Its when she at school is were the nuber are mostly going up an down. we been trying to work with the school but she the only one in the hole school that has Diabetes.
what to do ?
A. Try to reduce her stress.
Keep an eye on her, but don't make it sound like such a big deal.
Q. how diabetes is caused
A. Diabetes is the inability of the body to ‘produce insulin - type 1 diabetes’ or ‘proper use of insulin - type 2 diabetes, gestational diabetes and pre-diabetes’. Diabetes is often goes undiagnosed because many of the symptoms of diabetes seems harmless. The causes of diabetes continues to be a mystery, pancreas it the organ whose defect causes diabetes.
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Q. my grandmother was diabetic ... and i learned that diabetic is genetic ... should i be concern for me or or for one of my family reletives ... she suffered a lot and she died of it .. if a blood tests shows high amount of sugar in my blood , does i mean i am diabetic ? More discussions about diabetic
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