Dr. McLaughlin explains what the symptoms of prediabetes include.
Pre-diabetes may not be associated with any symptoms. Your blood sugar needs to be above 180 mg/dL in order to induce the frequent urination which in turn leads to the thirst. So, if your fasting blood sugar is in the pre-diabetic range, your post-meal sugars could get up to the level of 180 and cause the symptoms but not always; it's often silent.
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