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You pass more urine than usual, especially at night.
You’re much thirstier than normal.
You experience extreme tiredness.
You have unexplained weight loss.
You experience genital itching or regular episodes of thrush.
If you have cuts or wounds – they heal slower than normal.
You find you have blurred vision.
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