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Diabetes risk factor
I experience increased urination and abdominal pain. Does that mean I need to control glucose? I've read that belly fat is a diabetes risk factor. Should I worry about my muffin top?
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Dr. Radhika Kumar
Endocrinologist 9 yrs exp Bangalore
If you have concern whether you have diabetes or not, you need to go and do a blood test. Increased urination and abdominal pain could be a sign of urinary tract infection, so please consult a doctor and definitely if you are overweight and have increased abdominal fat/ obesity , you need to get rid of that fat.
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