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Avatar n tn Prevacid 15 mg 2x/day and follow-up in 2 months. He said ulcer can't be r/o w/o scope which he will do if not better, but that Prevacid should help. My instincts tell me it's not a GI thing. I asked about low blood sugar since snacking sometimes helps. Both drs said hypoglycemia is over-dx'd and treated, and didn't think this was her issue. Diabetes does run in the family. I think GI isn't looking at her whole picture.
Avatar m tn hello my mom has diabetes, im not sure what type but she was discovered with it at age 20, today i was feeling a bit bumpy i went to a buffet and ate alot, then i walked alot, and worked out in my gym for an hour and a half, then a went to swim. i CHEcked my blood pressure tonight and it was 137/68 which scares me, my blood sugar was 117 which also scares me. I need help i reserched and i might have pre hypertension, how though?
413852 tn?1317312312 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....
Avatar n tn They specifically eliminate blood sugar spikes, and keep the blood sugar in a normal range. Blood sugar spiking is another theory as to why many type 1 diabetics gain weight, and these low GI foods reduce it. Just a side note however, when I was on the diet, my blood sugar constantly went low and i had to compensate by eating multiple snacks throughout the day, something that probably offset my pound-shedding.
Avatar f tn I can't find any studies which describe that, but that was the information given to me when I participated in the TrialNet study. Not having a history of type 1 doesn't really mean anything, type 1 is being diagnosed more and more often in children that have no history in their families. It's unfortunate, but true. My suggestion would be to continue to keep in contact with your endo and family doctor, followups will be necessary to verify glucose scores and the status of the pre-diabetes.
1468090 tn?1289097010 That's the best thing you can do for pre-diabetes. Try to stick at or under 40 carbs per meal. Also, eat more, smaller meals or snacks that have a good balance of protein and carbs. My glucose levels are stellar now that I try to follow those guidelines. My Hubby recently decided to take care of himself, and has cut his calories, but especially carbs. He's lost 50 lbs in 2 months and his glucose levels have come down.
Avatar m tn light snacks or seasonal fruit and tea w/o sugar. Dinner : similar to Lunch at 7.
Avatar n tn o) my snacks are 30 carbs too (half in the form of fruit or vegetables) and I've noticed that throwing a protein in with them helps (piece of low fat string cheese usually), although thats not what is on the diet that was given to me. Dietician said it was ok though. it is interesting to learn what carbs do to your body vs. what proteins do. it sure makes you more aware of what you put in your mouth.
Avatar f tn But then may find that can eat more carbs later in the day with blood sugar still ok. Try eating small snacks between meals, that combine carb/ protein / fat also. These will help keep blood sugar levles stable. Cut off above which damage starts occurring is 140. So ideally you'd keep your blood sugar below this level at all times. Get educated. It's well worth it for long term health and well being. Limit anything white (sugar, bread, rice, pasta).
Avatar n tn I am a single 30 y/o female. My sister was recently diagnosed with Hashimoto's disease and I have struggled with my weight since I was younger and wanted to have both things tested. I am heavy-set with a BMI of 20% however my cholesterol levels are normal and my blood pressure is 120/70. I am extremely active (baseball/hockey/tennis/running) and exercise daily.
Avatar m tn If you have type “Oblood, use 4 beats as the criteria instead of 6. It’s that simple. One possibility for the lack of appetite is that you may have a dysregulation of some hormones,like leptin (appetite suppressing) and other imbalance causing the vomiting. Sudden shoulder pain after eating can be a result of gallbladder issues or gallstones, which may be accompanied by vomiting sometimes. Does this happen with any fat-free meals or snacks?
Avatar n tn 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.
Avatar f tn Please look into this as I feel, is worthwhile and with no known side effects-this has been used in Ayurvedic Medicine for 1000s of years, with no issues, as an anti-inflammatory. If you are on any type of blood thinners, you may want to check with your doctor first, before taking it. Oh, I believe I read another post of yours somewhere else about dry mouth from meds, drinking lots of water and getting acid reflux.
Avatar n tn My 11 y/o was dx with type 1 at the end of March, since then she has had occational headaches, rarely complained of headaches before the dx. Blood sugars are in the 80-120 range. She is still honeymooning so she does not go above the 130s with a good diet. Sometimes she also complains of a stomache ache. Not as severe as some I have read on this post. She has an appt with her endo this am so maybe they can explain it to me.
10947 tn?1281407852 A Yale University diabetes educator's comments in the current issue of Countdown magazine about night blood glucose testing in children with juvenile (type 1) diabetes have sparked considerable debate. The article and Yale's response can be found at: http://www.jdrf.org/nighttesting We would welcome hearing from forum visitors who would like to share their own experiences with night testing. Please post your comments here in this forum. Thank you all for your help.
Avatar n tn jpg I don't know how to post it here- so link only- Anyways- kidney stones are awful and there's just no way of telling how long the pain will last- if hte pain won't stop for a long time, then you need to get it checked with CT scan- I think ultrasound can sometimes pick them up too- and is safer than CT scans- so that should be your first test- Soem types of stones don't show up on CT scans- the type i had didn't- but slightly showed up on regular XRay- Tip- stay away from salty snacks if
961466 tn?1247553982 also say to her that testing only takes 5-30 sec of her day (depending on the type of tester). the agnozing death of constant high blood sugars is not something any one should go through. hope this helps.
Avatar f tn My son is a Type 1 diabetic, diagnosed at 15. He has a 2 1/2 y/o son that they had trouble waking one morning. My son grabbed his tester. My grandsons blood sugar was 42. They went to the ER. Lots of tests were taken, all came back normal. The endocrinologist they followed up with said his case was not the norm and was odd. (His A1c was 5.0) They were told to keep a log of his blood sugars for a couple of months.
390388 tn?1279639813 The blood testing a few weeks later showed a issue with the blood sugar. When a person is said to be Glucose intolerant what is that incomparison to being Type 2 diabetic? I still am doing a lot of studying out the blood sugar subect, with the hopes that I have a more detailed understanding.
1448936 tn?1363209946 I made it through the shopping trip but was convinced i was going to pass out at any second. I was thinking that maybe it was caused because my blood sugar dropped? i realized i hadn't eaten that much today, just a couple handfuls of cereal but drank A LOT of coffee. So i just got home and ate a couple little pieces of chocolate and some saltines before I cook dinner. Most of the physical symptoms are gone but im still a little on edge after the whole experience.
10947 tn?1281407852 A Yale University diabetes educator's comments in the current issue of Countdown magazine about night blood glucose testing in children with juvenile (type 1) diabetes have sparked considerable debate. The article and Yale's response can be found at: http://www.jdrf.org/nighttesting We would welcome hearing from forum visitors who would like to share their own experiences with night testing. Please post your comments here in this forum. Thank you.
296076 tn?1371338074 I have had pre-diabetes for about 6 years and was classed as a Type 2 September 2013 when my HBA1C levels reached 6.9 mmol/l My husband is a Type 2 diabetic and is now on insulin and metformin which is working for him now. He became a Type 2 diabetic when he was 50 (he is 64 now). My mother too got diagnosed as a Type 2 diabetic in her 50s, and the reason it came about to have her urine checked by the doctor (she would not go) was when the optician asked "Are you a diabetic".
Avatar f tn Are they asking you for snacks before they steal it? My 9 year old loves snacks and goodies. But, if I say no she cant have it for whatever reason That's it. And she is usually fine about it. One thing is for sure kids love to eat junk and that is normal however sneaking food or stealing food is not ok.
Avatar f tn My husband was diagnosed with Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia back in 2005(right before our wedding). Up until today, we were in the "watch-and-wait" mode, going to the oncologist every 3 months for blood work and every 6 months for CT scans. He also had a bone marrow biopsy & aspiration done once, about a year ago. Well, today's visit was anything but "normal". For starters, my husband's WBC count dropped, from 54000 all the way to 37000.
Avatar n tn Snacks: almonds, walnuts, organic prunes, fibre bars. Avoiding coffee & tea (caff and decaf), tomatoe products, chocolate, any raw salads (for now) and pretty much wheat and milk products (except yogurt)>I should be able to keep this diet up for at least another three days. LOL. But seriously, the idea is to compensate for the drugs I'm stopping with a healthier lifestyle because frankly the drugs for blood pressure, prostate and GERD are making me sick.
756668 tn?1287228987 I am finally having my gallbladder out on march 31st. For those who have had this type of surgery is there anything I could do to make it easier? For example certain foods, etc? Doctors tell you alot, but I would rather hear it from people who have gone through themselves. All advice would be appreciated. This morning woke up sort of sore, don't know why because not eating fatty foods at all. Is this normal?
Avatar m tn However, it’s quite possible to have virtually no insulin resistance accompanied with elevated blood sugar levels; type 1 diabetics are an example. Their pancreas don’t produce insulin, so their blood sugar rises; but they don’t normally have issues with insulin resistance. Am I confusing you? I’m not sure if I’m saying this correctly. If not, I’ll try a different tact. A good article that covers all this is here, at the NIDDK site: http://diabetes.niddk.nih.
Avatar f tn My tongue and left eye have been twitching and sometimes it feels like my whole throat and jaw is locked up. My new neuro has done an MRI and MRI w/o contrast and blood work from the summer showed nothing out of the norm. My anxiety is better, but fluctuates with the headaches. I am on Anaprox for the aches, but I am trying to avoid another round of meds due to the bad situation with the Topamax. I can wake up in the morning and my day starts with a headache.
Avatar n tn Recently, just these past few days, i have been having high blood sugars throughout the day despite waking up with normal blood sugars and maintaining normal levels throughout the night. I've been gradually decreasing my carb/insulin ratio and am now taking twice as much insulin as i normally would to cover my carbs. I recently met with my endo to discuss this, but he didn't have an explanation for me. Has anyone ever experienced this or could give me an explanation for this?