This is regarding my hubby who is 35 years of age. He does not like to workout at all. I suspect him to have diabetes for a while and the symptoms I have noticed for the past few weeks are just too coincidental for a normal person. Although, I am not able to get him to undergo a blood test, as he is not listening when I say so. Could you please help me relate if these symptoms point to diabetes or any other particular health risk?
Any suggestion or recommendations will help.
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