Glucose intolerance symptoms pregnancy

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I have an appointment w/ my thyroid doctor in 2 days and will talk to her about this, but I honestly don't think she knows a lot about atypical symptoms. She has said this, and the reason I see her is that she is very honest and open minded, however I think her experience is limited. 1) Is it proper to take Armour on an empty stomach? It seemed like when taking it with food I was not absorbing it the T4 component very well.
Weight that you gain too much of, or too rapidly, can cause serious issues during pregnancy and after no matter how small or large you were to begin with. Myth: a heavy woman should not gain ANY weight during pregnancy. Reality: False. However, every woman MUST be aware of the food she is putting in her mouth. You must make healthy choices and supplement unhealthy cravings with smart snacks.
I can be tired after 12 hours sleep! Can I be suffering symptoms from my thallassemia. Does any one else feel the same way that I do? This is a little bit hard for me, but I don't want to complain.
My symptoms: LEGS/BACK TINGLING FACIAL TINGLING INTERNAL VIBRATION HEART PALPITATIONS MIGRAINES STIFF NECK/SHOULDERS FATIQUE Tests that I have had done: UPPER GI SERIES HEPATIBILIARY SCAN COLONOSCOPY LUMBAR MRI C-SPINE MRI---BULGING DISK FOUND BRAIN MRI W/ AND W/O CONTRAST--SINUS INFECTION BLOODWORK INCLUDES; EBV---POSITIVE CMV--NEGATIVE CBC--NORMAL SED RATE--NORMAL ANA--NORMAL CHOLESTEROL--NORMAL THYROID--NORMAL METABOLIC PANEL--NORMAL EKG--NORMAL CHEST X-RAY--NORMAL LUNG SCAN--NORMAL ARTERI
You should be check thoroughly for diabetes or glucose intolerance (pre-diabetes) with a formal glucose tolerance test if not done already Good luck
Through research, however, I've come to realize that hypoglycemia (reactive--meaning after eating) causes the dizziness AND the anxiety. Your could have a GTT--glucose tolerance test-- or even a GITT (glucose intolerance test) for 3-6 hours, but the numbers on these tests are not definitive.
Have you checked for GTT? These symptoms can be related to Glucose intolerance. In case if you have gestational diabetes, you can have such symptoms and other vague symptoms. It will be too early to think about brain tumor or any aneurysms. Are you on any vitamin supplements? Vitamin B12 deficiency can also cause this. I think you should see your gynecologist and also physician to evaluate your symptoms. Hope this helps and also that your pregnancy should go well.
Has anyone experinced thyroid problems in pregnancy as well....if so what were your symptoms and how did they treat it and do you know if I'm at risk for pre-term labor, being I'm having these contractions? Any help would be appreciated ladies.
If the correct ratios and relative amounts between these hormones are not maintained within a normal range, certain pregnancy-related outcomes may emerge, such as high blood pressure, glucose intolerance and gestational diabetes, eclamptic conditions with seizures and/or toxemia, or extremely severe nausea. "These pregnancy-related factors may serve as indicators of underlying biological conditions that may influence a woman's lifetime risk for breast cancer.
I just recently was confirmed moderate glucose intolerance with and OGGT test. My fasting glucose is perfect. So an OGGT test might show up something. Also have you checked reverse T3 and the free T3/reverse T3 ratio? It's your cells that need the free T3 and too much reverse T3 gets in the way!
Having symptoms for a couple years now & getting a little worse over time. Symptoms: 1 Mucus/fat in stools, soft stools, sometimes float a while before sinking, sometimes diarreha & undigested food particles. 2 RUQ pain under rib & radiates to back. 3 LUQ pain under rib mild & only occasionally. 4 Excessive gas especially after dinner & before bed time. Tests have taken: 2/07 Ultrasound - normal 3/07 Colonoscopy -normal 3/07 Blood work - PH 8.
You could ask your doctor for a trial dose, just to see if it helps your symptoms, which all indicate hypo. For the B12, are you taking oral supplements or shots? What were your actual B12 results? Some of us don't absorb B12 adequately (pernicious anemia), so oral supplements don't work well. You should also get checked for insulin resistance and PCOS, both of which can make weight loss difficult to impossible.
leg to where I've burned my hand while cooking and my leg sometimes where I fall or can't walk, so I went to see if she could yield some answers. After taking a complete history, symptoms etc, she said there's a great possibility I have Lupus. She orderd ANA CBC CMP says screen (?) & urine immuno (?) fixation? HGAC or HBAC, DA or DX Neuropathy and I'm having a CT of my spine to DX L4/S1 radioneuropathy(?
And when I had hyperthyroidism, this worsened my insulin resistance and I also developed impaired glucose intolerance (pre diabetes) due to too much thyroid hormone messing with the pancreas (or something lol).
She has no drainage, not even a sniffle. A week later symptoms are still there and she has now missed 2 weeks of school so I call back and suggest blood work, all of it comes back normal. He says he hears a lot of noise from her bowels/stomach so she should see a gastroenterologist. He thinks possible abdominal migraines with an anxiety componant attached due to vomiting at school infront of friends etc. After talking to the gastro doc my ped.
Some women experience less symptoms after child birth (called reset) but they still have pcos, just no symptoms. Unassisted pregnancy is possible, many women have pcos and never find out because they conceive without assistance.
They have checked me for Lupus (that was fine) and I haven't done a 2 hour glucose since my first pregnancy (which was VERY low!), but they did run a blood glucose which was fine. I finally got a phone call from the last endo I saw and she said my cortisol levels are fine (don't know the numbers) and I asked her about the anti-tpo results. She said all that means is that eventually I will become hypo. No one knows when and it's a useless test and wished the other doc had never done it.
I've also had what appear to be other neuro symptoms throughout this pregnancy, so I am worried about a tumor. However I did have non contrast MRI that checked out neg. 5 weeks ago. What do you think of this and I am still curious as to what blood stasis in cerebral artery is?
my pregnancy was text book until i went for the twelve weeks glucose tolerence test in which i was diagnosed with gestational diabetes, which is not uncommon in pregnancy. Still all went well. Because i had developed diabetes though i now had to watch my sugar intake, so i was sent to see the diabetic nurse to monitor my progress in the pregnany.
Hi everyone, In June I finally went to the doctor, 6 months after giving birth to my second child. During that pregnancy, I gained 70 lbs even though I was eating healthy and being active. After delivery, I lost 40 lbs and even with nursing, I starting gaining, I gained 20 lbs for no reason.
appitite change (decrease) Heart palpitations Heat intolerance irritability. these are just some of the things i can think of and know as symptoms. what would you suggest? please help.
I have complained in the past about these cold sweats that I have been having which also included light headedness and nausea. Well this afternoon I had an "attack" of these symptoms and I am wondering if anyone here has ever had to deal with Hypoglycemia. My symptoms were again the cold sweats, light headedness, high anxiety (breathing pace increased and felt almost out of breath) and nausea.
Another thing to remember is that symptoms of hyper and hypo can duplicate each other; maybe it would be helpful if you post a list of your more prevalent symptoms; that might help us a bit, too.. Again, will look forward to the latest round of tests, along with reference ranges.
These episodes would come and go and I was told it was probably due to my pregnancy. I delivered my daughter by c-section and 2 days later I took only what I can describe as a 'funny turn' and the above symptoms came back again. I was told this was probably hormonal, (now I think this was a hypoglycemic episode) . Most symptoms cleared but I generally felt tired and groggy, and put this down to having 3 young children.
A few weeks ago, I started experiencing severe abdominal distention (about the size of a 6 month pregnancy) shortly after I ate and continuing for a few hours. It also keeps me up at night, because I also get severe stomach cramps, that mostly occur in the mid to upper right quadrant, but do "move around" to different areas. For example, I'll get a cramp on my right side, and then suddenly it's a stabbing pain on my left lower side, etc.
I don't recall being bit by a tick nor did I have a bulls-eye rash.
My 16 yr old daughter has had numerous symptoms since Oct 4th, 2007: Continuous headache at base of skull, constant nausea, transient vision loss, numbness/tingling in face, orthostatic hypotension, breast adenomas, 5 possible absence seizures, dizziness, etc. EVERY test has been done and she has seen 2 Neuros, 2 Endos, Cardiologist, Internal Med, Opthamologist & GP.
Even still, they never give me meds or solution and I am suffering daily with frustrating symptoms. I am female, 24, used to work out daily and was around 150 lbs... This illness has stopped my exercising cold, and after eating I am bloated. My body looks slimmer, but the scale shows I have gained nearly 40 lbs. (Is that weird?). I have never smoked or drank in my life (they always ask me this).
Most people with endothelial dysfunction have some form of metabolic syndrome (over weight, glucose intolerance, hypertension, increased triglycerides and low HDL). If this sounds like you, aggressive diet changes and diet and exercise may help, although there are no studies to confirm this. We don't know if it is reversible, but the above efforts plus the medications you are on +/- a statin depending on your lipid panel. I am not sure why you are on eplerenone though.
While beta blockers are not for everyone and may even aggravate PVCs that occur at a lower heartrates, even though it is my understanding that beta blockers have been linked to an increase in glucose intolerance or even mild/borderline diabetes, the benefits of beta blockers have been well established, life would be difficult for me without them.
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