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Diabetes is a condition that presents itself in lifestyle disorders such as hypertension. Many of these disorders are caused by the wrongdoings of others. The study aims at determine the types of diabetes mellitus and its relationship with their risks factors as age and gender of infected people.Methodology: A non-probability (convenience sample) of 3226 subject were collected retrospectively through the used medical records as a statistic for one year. The statistic data were include (types of diabetes, patients age, gender diet, BMI, and blood pressure)."Data are analyzed through the application of descriptive and inferential statistical data analysis approach that includes, frequencies, percentages; and Chi-squared test". Results: According to recent estimates, 23.6 percent of those over 65 years old are diagnosed with diabetes, with 50.1 percent of those diagnosed being male. People's age and gender have been linked to diabetic forms with a p-value of 0.01. Conclusion: Males in their forties and fifties who were diagnosed with diabetes mellitus had type 2 diabetes. Age, gender, BMI, and blood pressure have all had an effect on type 2 diabetic patients. There is a need to raise public consciousness about type 2 diabetes in the general population. Health education about diabetes risk factors must be prioritized. Awareness of early screening methods is needed.