This question was answered on Sun 19, Sep 2010 01:32am by Dr Rowena S, MD

ants around urine

    
Asked by irum (Male; no ) on Sat 18, Sep 2010 12:34am

i found big black ants around my child urine . is it normal or any sign of diabates.

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Answer by Dr Rowena S, MD  on Sun 19, Sep 2010 01:32am:

Hi, How are you? Typical symptoms of diabetes in kids may include frequent urination, abnormally thirsty, loses weight, and often feels tired. Definite diagnosis is blood test for blood sugar and not necessarily seeing ants around the urine. Check with your child's doctor especially if you have family history of diabetes. Take care and regards.

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