8 Commonly Missed Symptoms of Type 2 Diabetes

Vision Problems

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Blurry vision is one of the most common and overlooked side effects of type 2 diabetes. If left untreated, diabetic patients are at an increased risk of experiencing permanent damage to their pupils and corneas, which may cause vision loss. For some patients, their eye doctors are the first ones to detect type 2 diabetes. Vision problems occur in diabetic patients due to a buildup of fluid in the eyes that results from fluctuating blood sugar levels; this fluid causes swelling. Seek treatment if sudden blurry vision does not go away on its own.

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