Diabetes Symptoms Test Quiz to Check if You have Diabetes

Check whether your health symptoms indicate Prediabetes or Diabetes with this 2 min Diabetes Symptoms quiz. For each question, please check the option that's applicable for you. On completion, you will get your results and Ayurvedic diet & lifestyle guidelines to naturally find relief from Diabetes Health Problems.

Why take the Diabetes Symptoms Quiz?

If you are struggling with the wide range of Diabetes symptoms and yet trying to get a handle on your health, then Diabetes quiz is the right place to begin.

This health assessment takes into account symptoms of Diabetes such as an inability to manage weight, constant fatigue, poor immunity, skin tags, brain fog, slow healing, nervous system problems and many more that you are currently trying to resolve.

These are some of the common health symptoms that can arise as a result of high blood sugar levels that happen in Diabetes.

What tests are done to Diagnose Diabetes?

Detecting Diabetes early with tests will give you a good chance to reverse diabetes in a short period of time. Knowing the reason of your health symptoms can help you to avoid the complexity of fighting with Diabetes later on.

Thus, being vigilant about your health with diabetes diagnosis can give you an advantage over those 70 million people that develop and struggle with type-II Diabetes mellitus every year.

Glycated Hemoglobin (HbA1C) Test

Hemoglobin is the red-colored pigment in your red blood cells. These cells normally function to carry oxygen around the body by holding oxygen molecules on the hemoglobin. Sometimes, sugar gets attached also. The higher your blood sugar, the more sugar you have attached.

Thus, measuring the amount of sugar attached to your hemoglobin can give an idea of blood sugar levels. Red blood cells don’t live beyond four months before they are replaced. Therefore, HbA1C gives an idea of blood sugar levels for the past three months.

Pregnancy or abnormal Hb (hemoglobin) can make this test inaccurate.

See the table below for results classifications.

Fasting Blood Sugar Test

This measures blood sugar levels after eight hours of fasting. It could also be done after you’ve fasted overnight.

See the table below for results and classifications.

Oral Glucose Tolerance (OGT) Test

This is mostly used on pregnant women. A sample of blood is taken after fasting for eight hours or overnight, then a sugary solution is given to drink. Then blood sugar is measured again after two hours.

See the table below for Diabetes tests and classifications

less than 5.7%
5.7 – 6.4%
6.4% or more
Fasting Blood Sugar Test
Less than 100mg/dL
100 – 125mg/dL
126mg/dL or more
OGT Test
Less than 140mg/dL
140 – 199mg/dL
200mg/dL or more

Diabetes Symptoms Checklist

Diabetes symptoms are usually hidden. That’s why it can be so difficult to detect. Truth be told, most times diabetes is discovered, it is usually by chance. A person has gone to the doctor for some other reason, and a test just chances to catch the elevated sugar levels or something.

But if you pay attention, you might notice some common Diabetes symptoms as given below. However, you can only confirm Diabetes after conducting a test.

  • Increased Thirst;
  • Rapid weight loss;
  • High blood sugar levels;
  • Burning sensation in feet and other parts of the body;
  • Feeling of stickiness;
  • Frequent urge for urination;
  • Turbidity or dark urine;
  • Hunger;
  • Dry skin patches;
  • Difficulty in healing of wounds;
  • Sugar cravings;
  • Fatigue;
  • Blurred vision;
  • Darkened patches on the skin (sometimes);
  • Drowsiness;
  • Difficulty in Breathing;

Diabetes Symptoms in Children

  • The most common symptoms of both Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes among children and adolescents include increased thirst, urination, and fatigue.
  • Some children may also experience an increase in hunger and blurred vision.
  • Girls might develop a yeast infection and polycystic ovarian syndrome.
  • In Type 1, weight loss is often a common symptom before diagnosis.
  • For those with Type 2, signs of insulin resistance, such as dark velvety patches of skin, called acanthosis nigricans,
  • Symptoms of Type 1 in children tend to develop rapidly over a period of a few weeks, while Type 2 symptoms develop more slowly and may go undiagnosed for months or years.
How Diabetes (Women) Affects the Body-min

Who is at risk of Diabetes?

There are several risk factors for diabetes based on your genetics, health history, diet and lifestyle:

  1. Being overweight, especially with visceral fat (fat around the abdomen), increases your risk of diabetes.
  2. Smokers can store a lot of visceral belly fat and be at risk of diabetes.
  3. People who are 45 years or older are at a higher risk and should be screened regularly.
  4. It can be genetic. So, having a parent, brother, or sister with type 2 diabetes means you could have it too.
  5. Being physically inactive, like less than 3 times a week.
  6. Gestational diabetes (diabetes during pregnancy) or birthing a baby greater than 9 pounds, is a risk factor also.
  7. Women with PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) are likely to have prediabetes and even diabetes.
  8. People with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) are at a risk for insulin resistance.
  9. A poor diet including red meat, processed meat, sugar-sweetened beverages, etc.
  10. High levels of cholesterol in the form of low-density lipoproteins (LDLs) and low levels of the high-density lipoproteins (HDLs).

Identifying and Working on Your Specific Diabetes Symptoms

Diabetes is a manageable condition, but left untreated it can cause serious health risks or complications. That's why it is important to diagnose and prevent progression of Diabetes.

Diabetes symptoms can appear in varying intensity for different people and in different phases of your life. That’s why this health quiz doesn’t just focus on the type of health issue but also how it is affecting you in specific.

Thus, based on your specific level of imbalances; you can adopt a healing diet and lifestyle regimen. You will find all the details once you take the Diabetes quiz and find out your health score.

So, get started and begin your journey to “heal and thrive in your body”.

Ayurveda for Diabetes

Diabetes is a metabolic disorder that affects millions of people all over the world. While there is no one-size-fits-all cure for diabetes, Ayurveda has several treatments including diet and lifestyle changes, herbal medicines, and panchakarma therapy that can help manage the condition naturally. Ayurveda is a holistic system of medicine that has been used for thousands of years to treat all kinds of diseases.

Check out this blog post to learn about how Ayurvedic treatment for diabetes can help you to reduce blood sugar levels naturally.

Disclaimer: Diabetes Symptoms Quiz is based on Diabetes symptoms, triggers, and signs of insulin resistance and high blood sugar levels that are commonly observed in Diabetes patients.

The purpose of Diabetes Quiz is to provide you with the likelihood of Diabetes or Prediabetes (Border line Diabetes) and catch it at an early stage. For Diabetes Diagnosis, you should consult your Doctor.

In case of unusual and serious health issues, you should contact your Doctor and take medical assistance. For Ayurvedic treatment, you can schedule online consultation with Dr. Pawan Bansal at Medhya Herbals.