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Who Develops Type 2 Diabetes?

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posted Aug 10 by anonymous

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Type 2 diabetes accounts for 90 to 95 percent of all diabetes cases, and it usually develops after the age of 40, which is why it used to be called "adult-onset diabetes." But, like type 1, type 2 diabetes can develop at any age and is now being seen in children.

answer Aug 14 by Nithya
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I'm almost 30 and I am in decent shape. I eat healthy and work out, but I recently was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. Now I have noticed changes in my vision, sometimes varying by day or by week.
I currently use light reading glasses while on my computer. I have noticed blurriness at different light levels and distances. What bothers me is that one day I may see fine, and the next day I don't. Can diabetes cause this? 

My eye doctor said he couldn't do anything for me until after I control my blood sugar level and keep it at a specific level for extended periods of time. Why do blood sugar levels affect the eyes and vision this way? Thank you in advance for your input and advice

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