The 4 T’s are: Toilet – going to the toilet more often than usual or bed wetting by a previously dry child Thirsty – being really thirsty and not being able to quench the thirst Tired – feeling more fatigued than normal Thinner – loosing weight or looking thinner
If your child has any of these early signs, visit your GP or make an appointment with Dr Jen Graham-Taylor, our nutritional medicine doctor!
Up to 500,000 Australians may already have undiagnosed type 2 diabetes, and it can take up to 7 years to diagnose these people. There are serious complications that can occur with late detection or consistently high blood glucose levels in people with type 2 diabetes including blindness, kidney damage, amputation, heart attack and stroke. Visit your GP or make an appointment with Dr Jen Graham-Taylor, our nutritional medicine doctor, if you think you’re are at risk of type 2 diabetes!