Prediabetes is an indication that a person predisposed to get type 2 diabetes. It is sometimes called borderline diabetes, and it is a condition that may lead to type 2 diabetes. It is also sometimes referred to by some doctors as insulin resistance, impaired glucose tolerance, or impaired fasting glucose. Depending on each case, various people display various symptoms of prediabetes. A person might not necessarily suffer all the symptoms listed but will experience one or a combination of them. Some often show no symptoms. Most will have little to very mild symptoms that often go unnoticed. Symptoms include
Often an increase in the rate one goes to the bathroom is a telltale sign of the potential onset of pre-diabetes. Although there might be another underlying issue at hand, for instance, a change in weather or increase fluid intake if the number and frequency of bathroom stop rise, it might be time to check at the doctors whether pre diabetes is the problem.
One should, therefore, note mentally the number of times you go to the bathroom. An increase of one or two is nothing to be worried about, but anything above that consistently is not a good sign.