Diabetes mellitus type ii treatment

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1469903 tn?1286650297 Type 2 diabetes was also referred to as non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus (NIDDM), or adult onset diabetes mellitus (AODM). In type 2 diabetes, patients can still produce insulin, but do so relatively inadequately for their body's needs, particularly in the face of insulin resistance as discussed above. In many cases this actually means the pancreas produces larger than normal quantities of insulin.
Avatar f tn Several studies found hepatitis C (HCV) increases risk of Type II diabetes mellitus (DM). However, others found no or only sub-group specific excess risk. We performed meta-analyses to examine whether HCV infection does increase DM risk in comparison to the general population and in other sub-groups with increased liver disease rates including with hepatitis B (HBV). METHODS: We followed standard guidelines for performance of meta-analyses.
86664 tn?1291561395 I too was diagnosed with Type II diabetes a few years after finishing treatment. I just completed my 2nd go round, and while on treatment, my sugar was absolutely normal. Doc took me of of the amaryl I was on. So I am on my 2nd week off treatment, and we will see what happens. I lost over 100 lbs while on treatment and plan to keep that off.. Thats what I gained after treatment last time. I am pretty much normal of where I should be.
Avatar m tn These conditions are thought to be attributable to the body's immune response to HCV infection.
Avatar n tn com/22ornr that covers · Hypoglycemia Overview · Hypoglycemia Causes · Hypoglycemia Symptoms · When to Seek Medical Care · Questions to Ask the Doctor · Exams and Tests · Hypoglycemia Treatment · Self-Care at Home · Medical Treatment If you have been diagnosed with Type II Diabetes Mellitus there are medical papers associating renal failure with hypoglycemia. I’m not a doctor and cannot say hypoglycemia can cause renal failure (kidney) but the potential is there.
Avatar n tn See http://www.medscape.
Avatar n tn Several studies found hepatitis C (HCV) increases risk of Type II diabetes mellitus (DM). However, others found no or only sub-group specific excess risk. We performed meta-analyses to examine whether HCV infection does increase DM risk in comparison to the general population and in other sub-groups with increased liver disease rates including with hepatitis B (HBV). METHODS: We followed standard guidelines for performance of meta-analyses.
Avatar n tn Several studies found hepatitis C (HCV) increases risk of Type II diabetes mellitus (DM). However, others found no or only sub-group specific excess risk. We performed meta-analyses to examine whether HCV infection does increase DM risk in comparison to the general population and in other sub-groups with increased liver disease rates including with hepatitis B (HBV). METHODS: We followed standard guidelines for performance of meta-analyses.
146021 tn?1237208487 Former Names Preferred Names Type I juvenile diabetes insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus IDDM type 1 diabetes Type II adult-onset diabetes noninsulin-dependent diabetes mellitus NIDDM type 2 diabetes [Top] What is pre-diabetes? In pre-diabetes, blood glucose levels are higher than normal but not high enough to be characterized as diabetes. However, many people with pre-diabetes develop type 2 diabetes within 10 years. Pre-diabetes also increases the risk of heart disease and stroke.
Avatar f tn About half of all patients with hepatitis C and cryoglobulinemia experience symptoms. Patients with cyroglublinemia may develop type I, type II, type III or essential mixed cryoglobulinemia. Patients with type I cryoglobulinemia develop increased blood viscosity and are at risk for lymphoma, multiple myeloma, and Waldenstrom's macroglublinemia. Patients with type II and type III cryoglobulinemia are more likely to develop vasculitis, purpura, kidney disease and peripheral neuropathy.
Avatar m tn Usually male impotency treatment drugs other than Cialis do not work on diabetes patients but Cialis is very effective even for those who have Type I and Type II diabetes mellitus. However, you cannot use Cialis without the permission of the doctor. Self medication with Cialis online should strictly be avoided as it can be dangerous.
Avatar f tn Aside from the kidneys and eyes, Diabetes mellitus type II can also affect the nerves especially if the blood sugar level is not controlled. It is important to control your blood sugar level always. A referral to a neurologist will help with the evaluation. Your medical history and complete neurological examination will help determine the underlying cause. Take care always.
144586 tn?1284669764 The LCT [Living Cell Technologies] clinical trial inclusion criteria is "Patients With Type I Diabetes Mellitus", and exclusion criteria is T2's, onset >30 years. Full list at ClinicalTrials.
Avatar n tn The type I usually occurs in childhood, and hypoparathyroidism is the most frequent manifestation, followed by adrenal cortical failure. Chronic mucocutaneous candidiasis is also commonly present, and diabetes mellitus seldom occurs. Type II , generally occurs in adults (peak at age 30). How old are you?
Avatar f tn High prevalence of glucose metabolic disorders has been well documented in patients with chronic HCV infection, including insulin resistance (32%–70%), type 2 diabetes mellitus (14%–50%), and metabolic syndrome (26%–51%). In our study, type 2 diabetes mellitus was diagnosed in 79 of 280 patients (28.2%), which is a higher prevalence than that of the general population. .....
Avatar m tn You may have Polyglandular Syndrome Type II (also called Schmidt's Syndrome). "Polyglandular autoimmune syndrome type II (PGA-II) is the most common of the immunoendocrinopathy syndromes. It is characterized by the obligatory occurrence of autoimmune Addison disease in combination with thyroid autoimmune diseases and/or type 1 diabetes mellitus (also known as insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus, or IDDM).
Avatar f tn As you mentioned above, there seems to be an increased rate of DM II among HCV RNA positive individuals; obviously, all risk/benefit needs to be weighed. I was diagnosed with diabetes type II prior to HCV Dx or therapy; I don’t know if HCV had a casual effect on my diabetes or not. I do have immediate family members with it though, and they are not HCV positive.
Avatar n tn Near complete deficiency of insulin and elevated levels of certain stress hormones combine to cause DKA. DKA is more common among Type I diabetics, but may also occur in Type II diabetics generally when physiologically stressed, such as during an infection. Patients with new, undiagnosed Type I diabetes frequently present to hospitals with DKA. DKA can also occur in a known diabetic who fails to take prescribed insulin.
232704 tn?1217470702 • What is the long term prognosis as she is HCV positive ? After Tranplant • Would risk factors like Obesity ,Hypertension ,Hypothyroid ,Diabetes Mellitus and Impaired renal function affect the prognosis ? • What will be the course of disease if no transplant is done ?
233488 tn?1310696703 After adjusting for confounding factors, diabetes mellitus (35 percent increased hazard) and systemic arterial hypertension (17 percent increased hazard) were found to be independently associated with OAG. Subjects with both conditions had a 48 percent increased risk compared to subjects with neither condition. Subjects with hyperlipidemia alone had a 5 percent reduced risk, while the increased hazard of OAG associated with DM and HTN were attenuated by the presence of hyperlipidemia.
Avatar f tn Hi Zoe ~ As far as him being type I or type II, we've never been told anything but type II and from what I've researched, type I is when you get it at a young age. Is that wrong? My husband was 49 when diagnosed. And I've definitely never heard anything, or read anything about LADA/1.5. His high numbers have always been the case. I can think of only two times he went down to 60 and we had the quick fix sugar pill and it worked fast. And his doctor knows this.
Avatar n tn The reason why I'm asking is because secondary hyperhidrosis is caused due to chronic infections, hyperthyroidism, autoimmune disorders, malignancy, the thyroid or pituitary gland, diabetes mellitus, tumors, gout, menopause, and with the use of certain drugs.
Avatar m tn That's very interesting but it's my doctor who said that blood sugar was related to low TSH levels. As of now my TSH is .02 but I have itching and it's driving me crazy. My doctor said T3 and T4 are normal. But I feel terrible like sometimes brain fog, cannot sleep except for 3-4 hours a day. I am urinating a lot more which could be my A1c number of 6.4. I am going tomorrow to talk to Nurse practitioner not my doctor cause he's busy.
Avatar m tn My liver specialist recently admitted that interferon is know to accelerate the metabolic syndrome which is responsible for higher triglicerides, type II diabetes, abdominal fat and a host of other not so good stuff. Therefore my interest in Relacore or similar supplements. I flagged "Ina" (moniker Eisbein) because I believe she recently mentioned doing some research on stress hormones. Here are some sites from a quick "Google".
Avatar f tn About half of all patients with hepatitis C and cryoglobulinemia experience symptoms. Patients with cyroglublinemia may develop type I, type II, type III or essential mixed cryoglobulinemia. Patients with type I cryoglobulinemia develop increased blood viscosity and are at risk for lymphoma, multiple myeloma, and Waldenstrom's macroglublinemia. Patients with type II and type III cryoglobulinemia are more likely to develop vasculitis, purpura, kidney disease and peripheral neuropathy.
250084 tn?1303311035 High Incidence of Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus During or Shortly After Treatment With Pegylated Interferon A for Chronic Hepatitis C Virus Infection Posted 01/28/2008 See: http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/568466?src=mp "In conclusion, this is the first prospective study on the development of DM in chronic HCV patients during treatment with Peg-IFN-α/Riba.
Avatar m tn I have type II diabetes, but just over borderline, not serious yet Absence of steatosis on liver biopsy - not sure - I have stage 4 cirrhosis Fibrosis on liver biopsy ≤ 2 : yes IL 28B polymorphisms : ? rs12979860 (CC allele) : ? rs8099917 (TT allele) : ? Viral load : 250,000 in 2003, 2,400,000 in 2005 I think I have about a 50% chance of SVR, because the nearly undetectable viral load shows the drugs are working.
18663 tn?1198175415 As a presumptive condition for in-country Vietnam veterans: Birth Defects - Spina Bifida: The Veterans’ Benefits Act of 1997 granted benefits for children of Vietnam veterans who were suffering from spina bifida (38 U.S.C. §1805). Reference: 38 CFR §3.814 Current Conditions Considered by VA Presumptive to AO Exposure: These are the diseases which VA currently presumes resulted from exposure to herbicides like Agent Orange.
190885 tn?1333029491 Amongst other things, they are said to reduce the blood sugar level in type II Diabetes mellitus. Both the Federal Institute for Medicinal Products and Medical Devices (BfArM) and the Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR) are of the opinion that products marketed with a claim of this nature should be classified as medicinal products and required to seek marketing authorisation.
Avatar f tn Wish I had read something about IR before I treated and failed. Still fighting it.. just got my labs today. HOMA = 4.48 ... uggghh. Jacked up the metormin , hopefully that will help. Took me a long time to become IR and it will probably take awhile to get back to "normal". My dad was a type II diabetic, so was his mother. If you have a family history of diabetes , it is worth looking in to. IR's are 7 years from progressing to type II diabetes if not treated.