Why must blood glucose levels be kept fairly constant

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The meds also make you feel that way, you may be due for a blood test to check all your levels. But a certain amount of this is normal. Eating is good, so I say whatever you can get down. Prior to tx I was put on a low animal protein diet due to enceptholophy, on tx I crave meat like crazy. My ammonia levels are now normal although I'm eating more meat. It just must be something my body needs right now.
I still don't know if diabetes must be part of of the MS, in order to be called MS. I am beginning to think not, but paves the way for development of it.
When your basal insulin is correctly dosed your blood sugar should be fairly stable and not continue to rise throughout the day. Please read through this thread and the advice given and take it to heart. It will help.
ca Ps it could be in order to explain ( clarify) why you MH has decided to investigate the good docs credibility
Chills is one of the symptoms of hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid), which is one of the most under-diagnosed conditions in the U.S. Some blood tests might show that you are "normal" when in fact you may be not. Does anyone have any trouble with their teeth? More specifically had root canals that are failing?
This is because people with it have an increased tendency to form clots in blood vessels (also known as thromboses). Any blood vessel can be affected including the veins and the arteries.
My problems started when I was 16-I wanted to be thin(I was-but had a skewed image of myself)and would not give shots and let my blood sugar go to high--but still somehow kept control--but then went to college and things went downhill--I couldn't deal with everything and all the stress of college and being diabetic-it was a difficult time! Anyway my suggestion would be to try and understand and give him a little room to breath and find himself.
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Preferably with an hgA1C which has to be run by a lab? This test will tell how well your blood sugars are being controlled. Fasting and limiting yourself to 900 calories a day could really be detrimental if you are diabetic. You need to be eating 5-6 small meals a day and keeping your carbohydrates under 15g per meal. Your V8 juice alone blows that away. I'm just asking because diabetes and thyroid problems go hand-in-hand for many of us.
What are your actual thyroid levels? You shouldn't be so tired and lethargic if your levels are adjusted properly. Please post your most recent thyroid labs and be sure to include reference ranges, since these vary lab to lab and must come from your own report.
Anxiety The causes of cannabis anxiety and paranoia are both mental and chemical. Changes in blood sugar levels can be responsible for pretty extreme effects (both good and bad) when you're high, so you have to pay real attention to it if you want to get, and keep, a good high.
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One thing I'm reading a lot of is that your weight issue will improve when your thyroid levels are optimized. I'm counting on that to be the case. Since my levels are still not balanced, I'm doing what I can to keep from gaining a lot more and trusting that my friends in the thyroid community are steering me in the right direction and I've no doubt they are.
Consider the power of food and blood glucose levels. A hypoglycemic episode can closely mimic a panic attack. You are not crazy, just undiagnosed. Warning: most doctors do not consider hypoglycemia a real condition. Great, huh!
People who have pitituary problems usually have higher cortisol levels at night. Also urine and salvia tests are more accurate then blood. You can find alot of info here: http://www.cushings-help.
The neuro' will see me again on Monday, but it sounds like his answer will just to be to recommend for me to go on migraine meds (I have constant mild headaches, and he seems fixated on the headaches and completely uninterested in my actual complaint, which is the brain fog).
Because if everything is still going good, then the progesterone had to be the problem with why I m/c. I'll try to post more often, maybe now that we have our shopping done, it will be easier! lol Well I hope everyone is doing well, I better get ready for work...
That's one of the reasons why I was so excited when they finally did, and now they seem to be on their way back again. Like I said, it's only been a few days, but I am already worried that I am going to have these marathon episodes again. :-( Other tests were done for my thyroid, with all levels coming back in the normal range. As to what those tests were, I do not know. I just remember my TSH level.
1 level,,, i have no idea what the ranges where lolI ll know more at my appointment I guess// any info you could give would be great,, thanks lady ;...
I started having tingling, numbness, burning pain and doctors thought all the usual pathology like MS. I had MRI, blood testing, ect... and the only thing off was B-6 levels were 136! I went off the vitamins and then found I was pregnant. It took about six months for me to become "normal". then, during my postpartum, I started taking a low dose prenatal vitamin b/c I was feeling that nursing was draining me.
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I have gone to the doctor many times and no one tells me anything, your heart test, brain test, blood, test all is fine... It might be that your not getting enough oxygen/liquid to the brain and thats why i get all that...OK? And how can i make that better...no one knows...For a while i though it was my sugar, a drop of sugar in my body, but know not even sugar really helps that much...Its been over 4 years now, now i am a freshman but in collge, and still i get this and no one know what it is.
I have been told that carrying the thalassemia trait has no obvious symptoms, but I've been poking around forums a little bit, and the symtoms I experience seem to be fairly common. I'm still looking for ways to lessen the intensity of these symptoms, but for me I've found that maintaining physical activity helps, as well as not oversleeping, or overeating. The rest of my family takes folic acid suppliments regularly.
Diety changes or an increase of Zinc could cause this. Blood flow abnormalities should also be investigated. Higher testosterone levels usually result in higher E2 which in turn can cause a smaller penis size but usually has no effect on erect penis size. How is your abdominal weight and health in general? Feel free to ask anymore questions, i am here to help.
Anyway Leah Neal's info on blood/potassium levels and difficulty regulating blood pressure makes me wonder if there is a correlation here. I have also suspected for a long time that I might have blood sugar problems(I have many symptoms of reactive hypoglycemia-never tested), but have never correlated this issue with sp. SP experiencer Jennifer Reynolds says she has hypoglycemia so that too makes me wonder!
9na, you're right my baseline level of 20 was 20 ng/mL which must be how the levels are measured in the States -- but chin up many people with levels of 13 have good results with supplements -- I have one friend who had a level of 4 another 9...David, I don't know what to tell you I'm kind of in your situation but not quite as I'm old (61) and have other findings however, my major metabolic finding is low vitamin D.
Since the present symptoms we all experience bear a vague resemblance to those I have described above, is it not suggestible that all of us could then reasonably consider there to be maybe a connection and that one possible avenue of exploration might be to consult ones' physician and ask whether she/he considers that blood sugar levels might be examined?
My apologies, I meant to say Orthostatic Intolerance (OI) not hypertension.
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