Generally diabetes is defined as an elevation of the fasting blood glucose (sugar) more than 125 mg/dl. This condition usually starts in childhood but may also start in one’s early 20s. The main feature of this disease is the inability of the pancreas to produce insulin, which reduces the amount of glucose in the blood stream. This condition requires lifelong insulin therapy. The usual symptoms of type I diabetes are thirst, increased urinary frequency and urine volume, weight loss, but was also important to know is what happens if diabetes is left out of control. Usual complications of diabetes are heart attack, stroke, kidney failure often requiring hemodialysis, vision loss, and poor circulation in the lower extremities, which frequently ends with leg amputations.