9. Yeast Infections
People with type 2 diabetes can develop yeast infections. It’s more common in women than in men. This is because yeast feeds off of sugar in the body. This gives the yeast plenty of sugar to feed off of and allows it to reproduce in the body. Warm, moist folds of the body are where yeast likes to gro and multiply. If you are getting repeated yeast infections, then it could be a sign of type 2 diabetes.
There are many early signs of type 2 diabetes to look out for in your body. Being aware of them can keep you from developing into full-blown diabetes if they get caught early enough. While it can’t be cured, with diet and treatment, you can live a full, healthy life with type 2 diabetes.