Pneumonia symptoms of diabetes

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A number of what are called collagen-vascular diseases can also present with a variety of symptoms and pneumonia. You are not shadow-boxing, if you are truly sweating, flushing and febrile. You need a comprehensive evaluation of your problem.
Get a pneumonia shot if you're over 65 or have diabetes or asthma or have had pneumonia in the past. Usually one shot will cover you for the next 20 or 30 years.
low blood pressure, heart failure, kidney failure, ARDS (adult respiratory distress syndrome), diabetes, ascites, accumulation of fluid in the abdomen, and cysts or abscesses in the pancreas. Symptoms? The symptoms of acute pancreatitis usually begins with severe pain in the upper abdomen. The pain may last for a few days. Some of the other symptoms are: swollen and tender abdomen, sweating, nausea, vomiting, fever, mild jaundice, and rapid pulse." ------------------------ http://www.
Dry mouth, irritated throat, dizziness, headache, lightheadedness, heartburn, loss of appetite, altered taste sensation, restlessness, anxiety, nervousness, trembling, and sweating may occur but should subside as your body adjusts to the medication. If these symptoms persist or worsen, inform your doctor. Of course, In addition, it states to inform your doctor if you have__________and it lists several conditions, one of them being diabetes, but, as you probably know, all medications say that.
I'm an age-47 male thyroid patient (Hashimoto's thyroiditis) . A heart murmur was detected in my teens thought to be Wolf-Parkinson-White Syndrome (1970s). In 2001 (25 years later), a cardiologist ruled-out WPWS with an EKG. I did not have an echocardiogram. Despite not having WPWS, I still always had symptoms of heart murmur. My mother has MVP & mild regurge.
these diseases are diagnosed on the basis of a constellation of symptoms, some of which may take years to appear. As an autoimmune sufferer myself, I know this from personal, as well as professional experience (and I took Plaquenil for years before I knew what I had). So please do not think your doctor is dismissing you; I doubt very much this is the case.
(I had been on Nasonex for a while and then the insurance company stopped paying for it in October of 2013) Symptoms continued to worsen. I went through 4 doctors and no help. (one was an ENT) I had headaches, spots in my vision that were intermittent, also hearing loss that was intermittent, a whooshing in my ear and ear and eye pain (all on the right side.) I finally left the state and was diagnosed with idiopathic intracranial hypertension with papilledema in the right eye only.
Nadolol is given to reduce portal hypertension . A symptoms of decompensated cirrhosis. Symptoms and Complications of Decompensated Cirrhosis - Patients with decompensated cirrhosis develop a variety of symptoms such as fatigue, exhaustion, loss of appetite, nausea, jaundice, weight loss, stomach pain, ,impotence, bruising and bleeding, and other potentially life threatening symptoms. Complications will also develop because the liver is unable to perform many functions.
normal Labs: Normal with the exception of positive Mycoplasma pneumonia IGG and IGM twice ( April and July) and slightly elevated CK enzyme twice (April 212 and July 231) Imaging: MRI of brain: normal MRI of spine (April) showed several issues including a lesion in cauda equina, and a large collection of fluid going through most of the thoracic spine consistent with Leptomeningitis.
Hi, You have a lot of similar symptoms that I have. I have fibromyalgia and I have many weird pains and things. I've had every test in the world and every time I think I have something else it turns out to be just another effect of fibro.. Hope you get some relief.
Lately I got a flu (at first they thought it was dengue fever because of the symptoms*** chills, fevers, loss of apetite, incredible muscle ache, etc) but the blood test showed that it was due to a bacterial infection and thats when I started my TB treatment ...a month ago. I do a 2 drugs regimen and its normal that the pills make me sick to my stomach but im very concerned that i'm still fatigued and still have muscle ache...
- persistent fever (99-100) - body aches - fatigue - chronic knee pain/ache/stiffness (never subsided after cancer treatments), - parasthesia (less consistent and less severe than previous summer) - some tightness in chest - general anxiety - difficulty concentrating/multi-tasking 7/7/2011 – Routine PET scan shows “activity” in 2-3 lymphnodes, but oncologist and radiologist both strongly feel that it is not indicative of cancerous activity, but rather infection or inflammation of some sort in t
I am a week into a bad case of pneumonia - started as pneumonitis from aspirating. It was really bad - woke up with black goo (blood) EVERYWHERE. Hair, face, cannula, bed - I'm sorry to give you such a picture, but I feel very share oriented. I was in terrible pain and thought I was in Korea. I was SCREAMING for my son and I must have been for some time - (I have a megaphone too!! ha ha) But he slept through it for ever. When he finally found me he was horrified.
im a 17 year old male who's been on & off different medications for 3 years before i tried "vyanse" last last year at around this time. I went from 20mg to 30mg then to 50mg & took it till the end of may then stopped because of summer. I again started taking it in August & took it 5 months straight, & actully had increased its dosage to 60mg early December. I ran out on the 21st & stopes taking anymore until January 3rd, the day we came back from Christmas break.
im a 17 year old male who's been on & off different medications for 3 years before i tried "vyanse" last last year at around this time. I went from 20mg to 30mg then to 50mg & took it till the end of may then stopped because of summer. I again started taking it in August & took it 5 months straight, & actully had increased its dosage to 60mg early December. I ran out on the 21st & stopes taking anymore until January 3rd, the day we came back from Christmas break.
i have some of the symptoms you have for 8 years now.i was bed ridden for 4 years due to pain,no one should have to suffer like this.im still in the pain, i have just forced myself out of bed on the couch.i never go anywhere except the store or doctor, because im short of breathe.in addition to muscle and joint pain, headaches, memory problems, all the organs in my abdomen are in unbearable pain, they throb 2 or 3 at a time.
My coworkers said I need to get him in because these could be signs of diabetes. My father, 5 uncles, 3 aunts, and 2 cousins have type 2, but I've only heard of 2 people in the family having type 1 - my great uncle and my father's cousin. Should I be asking the doctor about diabetes, or is it pretty unlikely that he'd have it without the frequent thirst and urination? I don't want to inquire if my coworkers are way off base.
No, I have not noticed a change in blood sugar, though I sometimes think some of my symptoms are diabetes-like. I'm not a doctor but a blood sugar above 200 indicates diabetes(as do some of your symptoms); below 100 is normal depending upon how low (range - I think under 50 is hypoglycemia). It sounds as though your blood sugar is really fluctuating. Have you seen your PCP? An endocrinologist?
I am checking this thread regularly because my breathing problem is getting worse and I am running out of options. I did read up on the list of symptoms for Hyperventilation Syndrome and it seemed to match well what I have.
I was hospitalized about 31/2 to 4 years ago with double pneumonia and sepeis. I was also diagnosed with chronic heart failure. hospital stay was for 20 days. I was unconscious most of the time, hooked up to all the alarms and tubes one could possibly imagine. Upon release from the hospital I was told that it could be 2-3 years to recover from this killer illness. So far it has been almost 4 years now and I still do not feel 100%.
Depression can sometimes cause physical symptoms instead of feelings of depression and sadness, so it is worth pursuing that possibility as well, even if you do not feel depressed.
While the pneumonia symptoms are some better, I am still battling the EBV symptoms. I have not worked at my stressful job since September 23 and am trying to recover via rest, eating healthy, taking my meds (still taking breathing treatments, Singulair, and Advair) and am taking a daily multi-vitamin. One day I will think I am feeling pretty good and before the end of the day, I'm just feeling so awful again.
I don't notice that I haven't taken my meds, because I am in so much pain from the fever and its effect of increasing all my usual pain, as well as causing a kind of fever confusion. After a couple of days of this, I develop an inability to speak. I know I want to speak (to my adult child), but all I can do is moan, point, groan, plead etc. As this goes on, I get more and more withdrawal symptoms, and have in the past, lost all ability to communicate or relate properly to medical staff etc.
The caugh didn't stop, just my mucus had lighter coulour... Then in the end of June 2013 I had pneumonia again. I had a CAT scan then. Is that possible that my bronchiectasis developed only in 2012, because doctors didn't recognize I had HI bacteria and didn't treated it? Is that possible that bronchiectasis was "silent" for 2 years and only a year ago it started "showing up"? Thank you.
Having said all that, I am aware that I practice these arts and still have symptoms of nervous disfunction. I also have diabetes, though, so there are a few different health-related things going on, and I believe my diabetes is under much better control for my practice than it would be if I didn't practice at all. And essentially, I believe that these are very beneficial arts, so if you can find a teacher, I'd recommend you give it a go.
well i just got out of the hospital...AGAIN....they found 2 more kidney stones and pneumonia on top of it all!! Gracie is doing fine, which is great, but they put me on some VERY HIGH PRICED antibiotics that we can't afford AND pain killers, which i hate taking while carrying her!! so i go through this whole ordeal, get home having not slept in almost 48 hrs.
i recently qualified as a fitness instructor, and ive overtrained in the past and this just doesnt feel the same, and overtraining was a very gradual, creeping of symptoms. you shoudl consider aspartame toxicity also. its in loads of sports drinks and supplements and until i searched online yesterday i had no idea it was so bad for you. it can bring on or mimic CFS, OTS apparently. not to mention immune dysfunction, sore throats etc.
I'm very slightly overweight, I smoke 20 a day and yes, there is a big history of diabetes in my family. I have had recurring NSU and thrush for a number of months. My sexual health clinic keep testing me for everything and it's never come back as Gonorrhrea or Chlamydia, just NSU. I get given azith or a dose of doxy and it seems to clear up - then returns again. My only sexual encounters in between these "flare ups" are unprotected receptive oral sex from different partners.
since then I have not been the same.
I am a 24 year old female from Sydney Australia, and i just want to say that i can relate to everything that all of you have stated as symptoms of thalassemia Minor. When i was 12 years old i began getting these really intense migrains and i would loose my vision to the point that all i could see was like a white sheet over my eyes, i though i was going blind...
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