Infections of the urinary tract
Women who have diabetes are at an increased risk of developing infections of the urinary tract. Infection-causing bacteria were able to enter and colonize the urinary system as a result of diabetes, which resulted in a fever, painful and burning urination, and occasionally bloody urine.
The following are the reasons for this: In women, the underlying causes of frequent and recurring urinary tract infections (UTIs) include poor blood circulation to the vaginal organs, elevated blood sugar levels, and a weakened immune system.
Nausea and vomiting
Diabetes can make you feel ill to your stomach, which can lead to an increased frequency of throwing up and feeling sick to your stomach. This occurs at an especially high rate among people who have type 1 diabetes and pregnant women.
The explanation for this is that when you don’t get enough sleep, your body’s metabolism shifts away from using glucose and toward using fat, which leads to the generation of ketones. An accumulation of ketones in the blood can produce abdominal distress, which in turn can lead to nausea and vomiting.