How often is recurrent bacterial vaginosis associated with diabetes?

I keep getting infections and my gynecologist suggested I get tested for diabetes. I have read this somewhere on the web, but am unable to find the link again. My father's mother and brother has diabetes, and my dad got in at age 45. I am 32. I do eat a lot of sweets, crave them as soon as I get up, have been feeling sometimes….well, not so much dizzy…I can't put my finger on the feeling. Almost as if I'm not really there at the time…like a surreal world-type feeling!! Could I possibly be showing any symptons of forthcoming diabetes? Please help with any info you have! It's messing with my life!

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One Response to How often is recurrent bacterial vaginosis associated with diabetes?

  1. Veiled Splendor says:

    Yes, yes, yes. You have a family history of diabetes and you are displaying symptoms of the disease. Your gynecologist has suggested you go for testing. Now I have a question for you. What are you waiting for? Get going! Diabetes is no joke, and the sooner you find out and start the appropriate treatment the better off you will be. Seriously. Now please go and have that test done! I hope you will feel better soon.

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