Diabetes symptoms: Five 'unusual' signs of high blood sugar you shouldn't ignore

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Dry mouth

High blood sugar can reduce saliva flow in the mouth, warned the medical website.

While it’s normal to occasionally have a dry mouth, you should speak to a doctor if it continues to happen, for no obvious reason.

Erectile dysfunction

Type 2 diabetes patients may develop some kind of sexual dysfunction, including impotence.

It’s caused by high blood sugar damaging the blood vessels that carry blood to the penis.

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