I've always had these symptoms but never put them together untill discussing them with my aunt. she told me to look into hyperglycemia and the symptoms i do have are Frequint hunger, i am always thirst and i only drink water but it never quinches my thirst, i probably pee like 2 times a hour and at least once sometimes twice at night, i also get dry mouth (have chronic chapped lips), dry itchy skin that sometimes my legs (mostly at night) itch so bad that ive actually broken the skin, fatigue, i crave sweets 24/7, i have had yeast infection with reacurrence w/ no apparent reason, and i do anxity , sometimes i can feel my heart racing or skip a beat ( i put this together as anxity even when im not feeling anxious) Like i said ive had these symptoms for years but never understood why and i bring it up now becuase they feel worse, ive been noticing that when i stand up i tend to get dizzy (with blurred vision) alot more often then i usasly do and i feel like im dehydrated even though i keep drinking water and gatoraid. Im trying to get an appointment with a doc but cant until after dec 1 becuase of insurance stuff.. but my question i guess is does this sound like hyperglycemia could these symptoms be something else? why do they seem more instense then before? and also i dont think i am but theres a chance i could be pregnant ( ill know by this weekend/early next week when i do or dont get my period) if i am could this be the reason for the intense symptoms? or can menstural cycles elevate it too? What should i tell my doctor to explain my concern? are there things i should do now to help doctor determine if it is hyperglecemia or not?
also i forgot to mention dont really know if its related but the last 2 weeks not only have i noticed my symptoms seem worse but ive been cold, like all the time, ill get chills while no one else seems to even be bit cold. and if it is hypergylcemia im suffering from is there anything i can do to control the symptoms?
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