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My blood type is also O+. I found out my blood type after I enlisted in the military plus I found my blood type on my birth certificate. I do suffer from depression and I do have anger issues but I am managing both with therapy. I know when I don't eat, I do get very cranky. I've never had a manic episode but there are times when I was darn near close. I had to remove myself from particular situations or else it may have landed me in jail. Simply because I skipped lunch.
basically one protein from list, one fruit from list, and up to three veggies from list for lunch and dinner.
for the factor V test, it is another type of clotting disorder. My girlfiend had to be on blood thinners also because of that. I am on blood thinners and extra Folic Acid because of MTHFR. Did your DH send the bug up here? DH and I have been feeling poopy all weekend, but still managed to go shrimping. ....hmmm... safety bars on the windows? Was that to keep people out or in? Did he offer you a new wardrobe at the same time - like an orange jumpsuit? Tijuana and Milky..... oooooooh....
I went to a dietitian to talk to her about my problem, and she gave me a meal plan. The meal plan sort of worked, over a period of about 4 months I had lost about 4-5 pounds, however, the rest of my family (all non-diabetics), who stuck to the meal plan with me, lost about 10-11 pounds. I was very frusterated about this, but was still happy that SOMETHING worked. The key to this meal plan that made it different from other diets is that it didn't deal with carbs, fat, etc.
I did feel O type pains last night, but since I had/have at least 5 follies it could have been them growing... Anyone else experience anything similar;) ed have been "busy" so IF I did O the big one, we are covered;) hope everyones well!!!
My LMP was around November 10, 2005. Ever since then I've been having headaches, backaches, stomach cramps, nausea & vomiting, sweats, nipple discharge, and CM. I went to the doctor and my nipple discharge was in fact milk. I've taken several HPT and they all have come back negative. I have had 2 blood tests which both beta hCG came back as <2 mIU/mL. My prolactin level went from 5.9 to 8.7 ng/mL in a week. I have heard that some womens hCG cant be detected for a couple months.
Because of my lack of knowledge about diabetic foods, I would do best with having a menu to refer to. A meal plan written and planned out ahead of time and a snack list of sorts. The scary thing about all this is that I dont know if the foods I was taught to be "healthy" all my life, are what my daughter needs. I am willing to do what it takes to change the household to benefit her, but I dont know what to change!
For the past several years I have noticed that after eating food (which ranges from just a cup of milk to a full meal) that my heart rate and blood pressure increases significantly about 30 minutes after eating, and it lasts for about one and 1/2 hours to two hours. This occurs about 50% of the time after eating. My heart rate goes from ~75 bpm up to 140 bmp (max todate), and the blood pressure goes from 130/80 up to 180/102 (max to date).
9,(fever?)!! I was wondering if and what the doctors have told you about it, I plan on researching to see what can be done. This is the first time I have heard of someone having a similar problem, it's nice to know.
You will find that it is both the total amount of carbs eaten at a meal and the type of carb that affects your blood sugar. Processed carbs like cereals, breads, cakes, potatoes, anythbing made with flour, sweet fruits, tend to have the biggest effect. Non-starchy veges and regular fat dairy should have a lesser effect. Best cheeses are the unprocessed ones, which have I think 1 g of carb/1 oz serve. But you can look it up. Try eating different amounts of carbs/ meals.
My doctor monitors my numbers every 4 months - cholesterol,glucose,etc, blood pressure. My blood glucose slowly rose over a period of years until it got to the point where my doctor said we have to do something. I am in my late forties and athletic and I don't eat much junk, never drink soda or eat cake or cookies.
Simple question here, has anyone ever had a negative blood test and negative urine test and went on with their daily routine and a month or so later found out you were in fact pregnant while having ultrasound done. If this has happened to anyone or perhaps someone you know, please respond, I'd appreciate the information. Thanks.
i had sexual intercourse about 7 or 8 times before seeing a doctor. the same occurred except for 2 times, in which no blood appeared. but the majority of times blood came out in the sperm, or only after ejaculation during urination, or both in the sperm and the urine. once i woke up without having had sex that week and urinated blood. i tested my blood, sperm, and urine and the only abnormality was a high psa level. my dr said it is very rare and is that high in 40/50 year old.
For a brittle type 1 diabetic to have an A1c below eight demands CONSTANT attention, focus, and concentration almost around the clock. You need to have a very uniformed sleep pattern, meal plan, snack plan, and exercise plan. In short, you might as well be a robot. I get depressed a lot. I feel diabetes takes away my freedom. And the cost keeps me in poverty. I pray for a cure. But we are always told about how a cure is just around the corner. I almost think its a conspiracy.
Before that I was the blood type diet (type A) so I did not eat meat for the most part on that scenario and I was actually never hungry. Type A does not get to eat meat on that plan but I didn't miss it much surprisingly. So for me, before I ever started the HCG, I made some major lifestyle changes by deciding to go on the blood type diet. so when I did go on HCG I was already a bit prepared I supposes. There were days when I would gain a pound but then lose 2 pounds.
she said I immedaietly needed to be checked for PCOS. After major blood work she determined I had PCOS. It upsets me that I had the symptoms all these years (12 years) and I have just now been diagnosed. I am reaching that better start thinking about having a baby age if I want one and now I found I might not be able to have one. I think about why I was I so careful not to have a baby all these years and I compare myself to my younger brother who has already had a couple.
The easiest way to find out what is going on would be to buy blood sugar meter/testing strips (you can get them anywhere w/o Rx) and test and record for a few days. Test your fasting #, 2 hrs. after breakfast, lunch and dinner and right before lunch and dinner also. Test also when you are symptomatic (ex. test if you feel shaky to confirm if you are really experiencing hypoglycemia or not). From what I understand the post-prandial readings (after meals) are the ones to fail first.
I am worried because in mid 2010 I was diagnosed with blood pressure, high cholesterol and late last year I was told I am pre-diabetes.I have tried to lose weight without success. Is it safe for me to be pregnant? What are the risks involved? How should I handle it?
Yes, 115 mg/dl is considered prediabteic, but 87 mg/dl is normal. You'll have to look at your dinner/supper meal plan and whether late night and/or bedtime snacking played a part in your elevated prediabetic levels. 5. Walking is good for you. When you mention "i mean it drops out of no were", this happens during your walks? a - Did you eat before your walks and what type of foods did you eat? b - Are you able to test your glucose when "drop out" occurs?
O( If you can't keep your numbers stable by your food plan and they are over a certain number you will have to go on insulin. You know your numbers may not be that high. I think I jumped the gun. We may have both done so. I don't want to tell you what could happen because it would be impossible to predict w/o you seeing the doctor tues. If your numbers go up say 20 points above where they want them to be, and it goes down quickly it is normal. I think you will be fine.
I'm a 22 y/o female. I have been diagnosed with GAD and when I have anxiety I get diarrhea. I take Paxil for my anxiety and birth control. So, my anxiety has been well controled for the last few months but I have been having bouts of diarrhea on and off even without the anxiety. I was tested for food allergies and they found nothing. The first stool sample I gave had blood in it, I did it again and it did not. So I never went any further with it.
Pre-meal testing is mostly for type 1's, who do it to regulate their insulin. We type 2's should also occasionally test before we eat, just to see how low we go, but mainly we want to know our fasting and post-prandial readings. The nurse educator also gave us a food exchange diet, which wasn't much different from the way I normally eat - AND it didn't do a thing to lower my blood sugar.
•Creates for you a 4-meal-per-day menu for 11 days. Each meal consists of 2-3 different foods. You can choose to eat only one or any combination of the 2-3 foods at each meal. •Automatically inserts into your menu the right calories freeing you from ever having to read food labels ever. •Arranges the foods that you have selected so that your menu for each day is always nutritionally balanced. You get a 3 day “cheat period” after every 11 days on this diet.
AND that my Insurance company (that will NOT pick up on the riba) is willing to pay and ship it w/o a copay. I do not have the best plan! It's too dang much to think about! I'm up all night again.
Discuss this with your doctor and/or nurse practioner in advance. Ask them how often they plan on testing your blood for the virus. At a minimum they should test at week 4, 12, 24 and every 3 months thereafter. Hopefully, your insurance (or yourself) can afford it. If not, do the best you can. Also ask them what they plan to do if you don't have a two-log drop by week 12. What you want to hear is a back up plan like switching you to a stronger drug such as Infergen.
Would this have anything to do with w'ds never done this type of thing before and detoxed a couple times. Any body know whats wrong with me? I still feel a lil dizzy but my throat and ears feel fine now. Any help is appreciated.
A high-fat meal prolonged the duration of the zero-order input part of the absorption model, with D1 increasing from 0.498 h (fasting and standard meal) to 0.740 h. The type of meal also influenced the first-order input part of the absorption model (Table 1).
) I stick with it because I lost all my forks - clearing dishes after a meal into the garbage, FORKS And ALL. I stick with it because I was tired of going to my doctor, hat in hand, and asking him to increase my daily dose of the drug. I stick with it because I no longer desire to be under the control of a substance that wanted more than I had to give, while returning less and less to me. ETC. ETC. ETC." Gah! Threw all my forks away too Fred. Tramadol is a terrible drug.
Just asking the cooking question because I didn't know if you were a pie and bread type cook, or a supper time meal type of cook. I love to cook in the evenings. It's my unwinding ritual. The glass of wine always helped with the unwind too but that's gone for good! My husband is always watching cooking shows so I've gooten a few ideas from Rachel Ray lately. Just love talking cooking!
Was also diagnosed with HepC in 11/07, and the blood results were that it was so low it was undectable. Also had a liver biopsy in May 08, but did not get results back yet.Add high blood pressure and high cholesterol to that. Now, since I had to have medical clearance for the hysperoscopy, the Dr took and EKG in her clinical office, and said I needed to have a stress test done. I REFUSED. She said she "thinks", from reading the EKG that something is wrong with my heart.
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