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I got the bad news yesterday she has diabetes. She has lost no weight, and the only symptoms she was showing was the water and urinating. Is it somewhat easy to help them maintain? I hate to see her go thru this, but I'm going to learn all I can on this disease and how to care for her. I pick up the insulin and food for her today. Does anyone here have a diabetic cat? Wish me luck.
Took many tests and pictures all normal. All symptoms were mild and at that time only effected areas requiring fine vision ( baseball, quit as a result ) now age 52 1. Biggest complaint-- Vision seems fine from 7 AM until about noon then deteriorates the rest of the day--- days end blurry and headaches- glasses 20-20 when eyes rested -- 2. Used to play ball without sunglasses - now sun bothers eyes and glare makes it difficult to see with sunglasses . 3.
Until he seen the pictures, he was ready to send me on my way (something told me to take those pictures with me). I've never seen a neuro-endo. Just several endo's (mainly specializing in diabetes) and a neuro-surgeon. As I mentioned during my previous post, this isn't even an option right now due to financial issues. I realize that I need 'real' treatment and that regardless of what any doctor says, all of my symptoms are related to the tumor.
Or do you think it's more likely I could have diabetes? One of the big symptoms I read about for diabetes is intense thirst... but these days I have basically ZERO thirst. I almost have to remind myself to drink water, otherwise I just won't think about it. But about a year ago there was a few months where I felt like I could never possibly drink enough water. I was peeing constantly from the ridiculous amount of water I was drinking.
I know skinny people with it with super high tests and obese people with lot of symptoms with mild to moderate tests - every *body* reacts to steroids differently - some will just go AI - their adrenals will shut down. So, symptoms can vary, tests can vary - but you can still have it.
But, I also realize that when you search these things, the pictures they show are typically the worst case scenario, as with searching for pictures of hsv symptoms (which will really scare the hell out of you).
Some of your symptoms could be attributed to hypoglycemia or diabetes. There are many things that mimic IBS and many, many more that can aggravate IBS. Since you said you've had your neck pain for over 20 years, let's just assume you are older than 21?!? :-) Schedule a colonoscopy to make sure that it is only IBS.
I'm trying to see if his symptoms fit any autoimmune disorder. He is 13 now. Background: Age 5 doctor said he has psoriasis because of peely, scabby, oozy skin on his legs and arms that went away after 2 years. Age 7 developed vittiligo (spots without pigment) on his belly and sides that grows bigger as he grows. Age 9 sudden change at school after always doing well. He couldn't focus and had no concentration and still is that way.
Then I developed symptoms like strep throat and I went to the second doctor. I developed these symptoms after spending a day with a friend that had simmilar symptoms (white stuff all over her throat). I drank from the same bottle of gatarode as her. My school physician (2nd doctor) diagnsoed it as strep, but did not take a throat culture and perscribed Zythromax.
I have had reoccurant uti like symptoms for a few months..all my cultures show no infection just white blood cells..I've seen a urologist who did a bladder ultrasound and cystoscopy both normal..I saw my gyn who did a pelvic ovaries were normal..he did not give me a ultrasound though..should I persue further testing since this could be a symptom of ovarian cancer? I am 30yr..also I did have a pelvic ultrasound 6 moths ago for something else and my ovaries were normal size.
my doctor told me i had ibs and left it at that. I accepted the dx, however over time the symptoms started getting worse along with diarrhea, nausea, lower back pain pain, bloating, stomack pain after eating, night sweats. I had a hysterectomy in 2005 for fibroid tumors and cervical cancer. My ovaries were left in. I also had my thyroid removed in 1995 due to a benig tumor. I am 41 y/o I changed doctors in October 2009.
Most of your symptoms don't match those of hypothyroidism, though a few of them do, such as the brain fog, panic attacks, etc. The only way to know for sure is to get your thyroid levels tested and by that, I mean your actual thyroid levels. Most doctors will test only TSH and if it's normal, will tell you you don't have a problem; however, you need to have actual thyroid hormones tested as well. Those are Free T3 and Free T4, not to be confused with Total T3 and Total T4.
The problem is sometimes those pregnancy symptoms are an awful lot like period symptoms (it's a bummer that nature works that way). But either way, I started having sore breasts and slight nausea within about a week or so after my IUI. The IUI worked and I did get pregnant... so although everyone is different, the symptoms started rather early for me. We'll cross our fingers for you and hopefully you'll have some good news in a week or so!
There are some treatable causes of SFN (such as if you have Sjogren syndrome or vitamin b12 deficiency, or diabetes or impaired glucose tolerance. About half of the cases of SFN are idiopathic. Most people with neuropathic pain are treated with gabapentin, Lyrica, or Cymbalta and other anti-seizure and anitdepressants. Whitney failed a trial of gabapentin and is on Lyrica and Nortriptyline (and they aren't helping either).
Hello, I'm concern about my left side of my face I'm 49 and have notice my left side has come down and not the other is very noticeable on pictures & my 3 way mirror also when head is tilted I thought it's normal aging its been over 1year and I evwn feel my sun shades & reading glasses tilt down more then my other side. who do I see & is this a problem that will get worse.
I wasn't serious about it until I have read in the internet about these symptoms and the only disease with my symptoms is ALS. I am 33 yrs old.. I also have hot feeling in my arms and legs sometimes and the twitches sometimes are strong sometimes are not. my feet and hands have burning feeling.. I aslo hae the feeling of burning on my shoulders..I went to the doctor today and he said its not likely to ALS in my age and he orders Blood sugar to check for diabetes..
I've used dove deodorant for a long time, and I thought that's what had been causing the darkening of my armpits, since I have barely noticed an allergic reaction to this deodorant. But that doesn't explain my neck. I try to avoid taking pictures unless my hair covers my neck because of the darkening. I recently went to the emergency room and a nurse tols me I should really get it checked out cause it could be diabetes. I do not feel sick or have ever felt sick before.
There are quite a few other things that are going on with me, but these symptoms are my main concern. I believe it could be diabetes. The specialist I seen about a month and a half ago asked me if there was any family history of diabetes, and I told her no.
 She is confused and cannot describe her symptoms  Her husband provides a limited history of nausea, vomiting, fever, and abdominal pain since 3 days ago Past Medical History:  The patient has diabetes mellitus, hypertension, gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), and sick sinus syndrome with a pacemaker  The patient's medications include metformin, indapamide, pantoprazole, and aspirin Physical Examination:  The patient is lethargic but opens her eyes when called; sleepy but arousable an
Otherwise he sees double, with one of the pictures slightly slanted. Diabetes has been ruled out by going to a MD. He then went to an ophthamologist and told him that he would have to wait 3 months to see if it got better. Since he cannot work waiting for 3 months is not an option. He is scheduled to get an MRI but has been told that he has 4th nerve palsy. We are wondering what is and how did he get it? Is there something we can do to prevent this.
As Gimel states, have thyroid further investigated. Thyroid is one possibility of your symptoms. Also have diabetes A1c test, which can cause fatigue, tired, weak, part of the endoctrine system. Good luck.
Hi, its better you get your Blood sugar tested for diabetes as this can be a complication of uncontrolled blood sugar levels and also see a neurophysician as this can also be due to neuritis.
Another possibility is diabetes, but it would depend on how long she's had the weight loss issue. If it's very long, she'd have other symptoms of diabetes. A lot of people who actually have eating disorders insist that they don't and that they don't want to be that thin, but in reality, they really do want to be that thin. My daughter had an eating disorder, but for years, insisted that she didn't.
This appeared out of the blue in June 2012 (I say out of the blue because I don't take drugs, don't smoke, don't have diabetes, didn't have chemotherapy, and didn't take medicines for long periods of time -besides 1 week of cyprofloxacin in March 2012). I had a sexual exposure in February 2012 with bizarre symptoms exactly 2 weeks later that lead me to think on HIV (a cervical swollen lymph node, neck stiffness and then an urinary track infection), but I tested negative several times.
But sometimes like in pregnancy(which is a stressful state in itself),immunocompromised states,low immunity,hormone changes,under stress and even idiopathic(cause not known), GBS bacteria can invade the body and cause serious infection You should consult your gynecologist and get your blood sugar levels also done as your symptoms may be due to diabetes.
When I had my Stress test, not only did I get the printed report, but the copy of my Perfusion pictures on CD, hardcopy, and not a charge at all, !! I went to my hospital where I have had numerous procedures done the last 8 years and they copied over 2 inches of tests, including EKGS, nurses notes, etc, and no charge at all. Another thing I noticed, is that dr. do not allways listen to everything you say. when I was describing my ( MI )symptoms to the dr.
He also asked that I be checked for diabetes, which makes sense as I know the two can sometimes co-exist, and there is a significant history of diabetes in my family. As for the other symptoms...for now, I am feeling good, and healthy, so unless they pop up again, I will leave things as they are. Again, thanks for the follow-up - I appreciate it.
thank you for your advice. i looked up pictures of erythrasma and it seems to be the issue. its not all as bad as some of the pictures i came accross, but it definately looks similar to what i have. scaling would be the best term to describe the symptoms, but its really not even THAT noticeable. i guess ill be going to the dermatologist =/ ...one thing though, i shower two to three times daily so poor higeine cant be the cause. what could be the reason i have this?
I'm not a doctor, but your symptoms are exactly the same as mine. I am hyperthyroid. All of your symptoms are signs of hyperthyroidism, but of course you'll know for sure when you get your results. I was also put on antidepressants as well originally, but the anxiety I was feeling was actually due to thyroid issues. If you do have this, once it's under control, you'll feel a whole lot better. Good Luck!
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