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If you are diagnosed with diabetes that is uncontrollable despite medical treatment, you may be eligible for social security disability benefits.  Our experienced  Philadelphia social security disability attorney can help you get your social security disability benefits.  Depending on the severity of the diabetes it can be a disabling condition either on its own or in combination with other medical conditions.

There are two primary types of Diabetes, Type I Diabetes and Type II Diabetes.  Typically, Type I Diabetes presents at an early age, although that is not always the case.  When the individuals body fails to make enough insulin, they develop Type I Diabetes.  Type I Diabetes can usually be controlled with insulin, proper diet, and exercise.  Symptoms include but are not limited to frequent urination, drowsiness, extreme hunger and thirst.   

Type II Diabetes usually develops in adults.  It is caused by high glucose levels in the blood stream due to a lack of the proper amount of insulin.  Insulin is produced by the body to break down the glucose and when there is insufficient levels within the body, your blood sugar goes way up. 

Typical side effects of poorly controlled diabetes are a lack of energy, mood swings, nerve damage, and drowsiness.  If not left untreated, diabetes can be a fatal medical condition.

Please contact us for a free telephone consultation to find out how we can help you with your social security disability claim. 

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The Bernstein Law Offices - Philadelphia Social Security Lawyer
Located at 1700 Market Street, Suite 1005 Philadelphia, PA 19103. View Map
Phone: (215) 402-7261
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