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Diabetes is a chronic disease that has no cure and can cause many serious complications such as eye disease (Diabetic Retinopathy), kidney failure, and nerve damage that can ultimately lead to amputation. Having diabetes significantly increases your risk of stroke and heart disease.

Diabetes and Glucose testingA quick and easy finger-stick screening that measures blood sugar levels following eight hours of fasting, our Blood Glucose test helps identify diabetes —a major risk factor for heart disease and stroke — as well as monitor blood sugar levels for those already diagnosed with the disease.

Who should have a Blood Glucose screening?

                Anyone who has risk factors for diabetes

                People aged 45 and over

                Adults with high blood pressure and high cholesterol levels

Warning signs

Most people with type 2 diabetes live with it for years without realizing that they have it. Many learn they have diabetes only after it causes one of its complications, such as heart disease, stroke, eye damage, nerve damage, and kidney disease. However, these are symptoms some people experience:

                Frequent urination

                Unusual thirst

                Extreme hunger

                Unusual weight loss

                Extreme fatigue


                Frequent infections

                Blurred vision

                Cuts or bruises that are slow to heal

                Tingling or numbness in the hands and feet

                Recurring skin, gum or bladder infections