8- Yeast infections
The WHO (World Health Organization) lists diabetes as an immunosuppressed health condition. That means a higher vulnerability to a wide range of infections. The most typical are fungus (such as candida) and other yeast infections. That is because bacteria thrives in sugar-rich conditions.
Women, particularly, should keep an eye out for yeast infections.
7- Excessive Fatigue
High blood sugar levels will often leave a person feeling chronically ill, which in turn leads to fatigue and irritability. Other diabetes symptoms will contribute to this feeling – for example the need to get up several times each night to go to the bathroom will certainly add to your fatigue levels. “We see people whose blood sugar has been really high, and when we bring the blood sugar down, it’s not uncommon that I hear, ‘I didn’t realize how bad I felt,'” Dr. Collazo Clavell says.