The patient provides information about chest pain, polyuria, and sweating. The patient also notes recurrent symptoms such as blurred vision and numbness of the limbs. The possible symptoms inherent to diabetes, which the patient also mentions, are unmotivated weakness, drowsiness, persistent thirst, and dry mouth. Pain in the limbs worsens during the physical activities. Sharp and dull pain. The pain is relieved by being at rest. The pain is primarily centered in lower part of legs. Severe, 8 out of 10 in scale 1-10. Strengthened after physical activities and at nighttime.
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The patient learned that she fell ill with type I diabetes mellitus three years ago, in 2019, when she began to feel thirst, dry mouth, metal taste in the mouth, itching and dry skin, a sharp decrease in body weight, an increase in the amount of urine. History of the appendectomy surgery in 2017. Gastritis diagnosed in 2015. Hypercholesterolemia diagnosed in 2016.