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681398 tn?1412529887 Excessive weight can result in many serious, potentially life-threatening health problems, including hypertension, Type II diabetes mellitus (non-insulin dependent diabetes), increased risk for coronary disease, increased unexplained heart attack, hyperlipidemia, infertility, and a higher prevalence of colon, prostate, endometrial, and, possibly, breast cancer. Approximately 300,000 deaths a year are attributed to obesity. Definition obtained from: http://medical-dictionary.
Avatar n tn Form what you posted, it seems that your mother is in the early stage of breast cancer. She will benefit from either chemotherapy or hormonal therapy. She can undergo chemotherapy then hormonal therapy after she is done with her chemotherapy. Her hormone receptor status is positive. A positive hormonal status has better prognosis compared to those with negative hormone receptor status.
1330108 tn?1333680904 288 -295 19) Pettit DJ, Forman MR, Hanson RL, Knowler WC, Bennett PH. Breast-feeding and the incidence of non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus in Pima Indians. Lancet. 1997;350:166 -168 20) Perez-Bravo E, Carrasco E, Guitierrez-Lopez MD, Martinez MT, Lopez G, de los Rios MG. Genetic predisposition and environmental factors leading to the development of insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus in Chilean children. J Mol Med.
Avatar m tn A meta-analysis of case-control and prospective studies for breast, colorectal and prostate cancer found that an increase of serum 25(OH)D concentration of 10 ng/ml was associated with a 15% reduction in colorectal cancer incidence, an 11% reduction in breast cancer incidence, but no effect for prostate cancer [5].
Avatar n tn If pancreatic cancer is your concern, a Ca19-9 test can be done to check for this, but you don't appear to have all the symptoms, which I've pasted below. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PANCREATIC CANCER INCIDENCE Pancreatic cancer is now the fifth leading cause of cancer in the United States for both sexes and appears to be increasing in number, as the population grows older.
921323 tn?1268679412 In the past few weeks, we have seen sibutramine (Meridia) pulled from the shelves due to an increased risk of heart attacks, and now lorcaserin (Lorqess) has failed to pass muster with the FDA because of concerns about cancer.
1039061 tn?1257881894 Observational studies found risk of breast, colon, and rectal cancer falls as vitamin D blood levels rise to over 40 ng/mL (100 nmol/L). Vitamin D council recommend a vitamin D level (25-hydroxyvitamin D) of 50 - 80 ng/mL (125 - 200 nmol/L). Supplement wise, look for vitamin D3. The most important co factors for vitamin D absorption are magnesium (most important), vitamin K, zinc, boron.
Avatar f tn low risk: less than 1.0 mg/L, average risk: 1.0 to 3.0 mg/L, high risk: above 3.0 mg/L. HRT has been shown to increase levels of hs-CRP. The HRT synthetic drug Prempro has been shown in large clinical trials to increase the risk of heart disease, stroke, blood clots, and breast cancer. My mother decided to use a phytoestrogen product instead called Phytolife (soy product) with excellent results.
Avatar f tn Because interferon stimulates the immune system, it's a well known autoimmune disease trigger. Insulin dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM), Graves' disease, Hashimoto's thyroiditis and multiple sclerosis are common occurrences in patients using interferon therapy for viral hepatitis. As many as 40 percent of patients with chronic hepatitis C go on to develop cryoglobulinemia, a condition of elevated cryoglobulin levels.
Avatar n tn Other Risk Factors and Causes Cirrhosis patients are at high risk for obesity, fatal bacterial infections, stomach ulcers, kidney problems, gallstones, and diabetes mellitus. They are also at increased risk for liver cancer.
Avatar n tn A short-term regimen (a week or so) is usually tolerated fairly well, but longer than that puts you in a position where your dog is flirting with developing diabetes mellitus, Cushing's Disease, pancreatitis, or several other problems. By doing bloodwork at least twice during the two months he's being treated you can keep track of how his system is tolerating the steroids. Weaning him off at the earliest sign of problems would be possible if you're keeping track of how he's responding.
545538 tn?1295995617 The study did find significant risks linked to obesity, including a higher risk of death from heart disease, diabetes and kidney disease, and several cancers that have been linked with obesity, such as breast, colon and pancreatic cancer.
Avatar f tn I also think its despicable that there is no test for HPV. How hard is it? The doctors say its not practical since so many people have it. But you know, if they didn't text for HIV, so many people would have that too. I'm so pissed that I got this. It was preventable. But the CDC dropped the ball. A simple test could have been developed in the 70's when they saw link between this & cancer. Not just cervical cancer either, throat cancer, anal cancer.
181575 tn?1250202386 (Program and abstracts of the 41st Annual Meeting of the European Association for the Study of the Liver; April 26-30, 2006; Vienna, Austria.) showed that greater virologic suppression at Week 24 of telbivudine or lamivudine treatment was associated with superior clinical outcomes at Week 52. 5. "To date, we have no data demonstrating additive viral suppression from combinations of HBV drugs,...
264121 tn?1313033056 Breast cancer: 40,970 Leukemia: 22,280 Pancreatic Cancer: 32,300 Prostate Cancer: 27,350 HIV: 14,627 (does it not FLOOR you that we now have TWICE as many deaths as there are HIV deaths, with only a FRACTION of the funding!!???) Heart Disease: 629,191 Cerebrovascular Disease: 137,265 Diabetes: 72,914 There are expected to be around 38,000/40,000, new deaths due to hepatitis c in 2010 (if not more) Liver disease was in the top fifteen causes of death in the US in 2006.
Avatar n tn The most serious health consequences of acromegaly are diabetes mellitus, hypertension, and increased risk of cardiovascular disease. Patients with acromegaly are also at increased risk for polyps of the colon that can develop into cancer. When GH-producing tumors occur in childhood, the disease that results is called gigantism rather than acromegaly.
Avatar f tn It is a disorder of the nerves which causes numbness, tingling, unusual sensations and sometimes pain. Diabetes Mellitus can cause neuropathy. Other causes like vitamin deficiencies, alcohol consumption and certain medications can cause neuropathy. Discuss these options with your doctor when you happen to meet him next time. Hope this helped and do keep us posted.
Avatar n tn I also take the medication for type 2 diabetes. I also take glyburide for my diabetes. I would say that it is a 50/50 chance whether you would lose weight in the long run as the product wasn't designed as a weight loss product. (but I'm not a doctor so your dr. might be able to tell you what to expect).
Avatar f tn Armour Thyroid tablets should be used with caution in patients with cardiovascular disease and it may increase the symptoms of diabetes, mellitus, diabetes inspidus or adrenal insufficiency".
Avatar n tn This could be peripheral neuropathy secondary to vitamin b complex deficiency, diabetes mellitus etc. autoimmune disorders like rheumatoid arthritis, metabolic disorders like gout need to be checked with blood tests. MRI spine needs to be done for lumbar disc degeneration, prolapsed or spondylosis. Hope this helps. Take care.
Avatar n tn The antiobiotics only help for about 2 months then back to the same stuff So if you have a history of diabetes mellitus; liver disease; history of stroke; history of cancer; or bed sores your more likely for the bacteria Strep B to show itself because those things mainly effect immune system. Basically all you can do is manage life and try to treat the symptoms but because its a bacteria theres not much you can do :/ it really *****.
Avatar n tn First I had the condition for about 3 months and have managed to miminize it to a point where it’s much less of a problem then it was when it started. Of course it could come back. 1. Facts – I’m 61 no high blood pressure, no diabetes, not overweight and never any serious sinus problems. 2. Clues: - I would get an attack at almost the same time every day. Mid afternoon at work and watching TV in the evening.