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1303999 tn?1279585526 I'm not sure why your blood sugar went through the roof - I know others who have both type II diabetes and thyroid issues and don't have a problem with it. I wonder if there could be an absorption issue if you take the meds a the same time - like one could be preventing the other from being absorbed properly. Since we are all different, it could be the way the med affects you. Are you making sure to keep your diet on track and get enough exercise?
Avatar m tn I've done all the tests for diabetes several times in life and it seems that I don't have diabetes at all. (Type 1 or 2). I can verify that standard sized meals (what most people can eat) will prevent me from losing weight. That's a mystery.... But... I recently cam to understand that a taxed liver can cause weight gain if you rush it by eating too much at once. Maybe it's the flow of nutrients in my blood stream which it can't handle and that tends to lead to fat storage.
Avatar f tn My husband is diabetic (Type II) and so, I should follow his diet regiment from now on, I guess...No more oily Chinese take-outs or late night pizzas :). I will check out Richard Simmons videos. You're not old...:) Thanks again. Hope all is well with your pregnancy as well.
Avatar f tn since these things not only contribute to our weight issues, they can make us more susceptible to type II diabetes, heart and/or liver problems, etc. Dairy is an excellent part of a good weight loss plan, so if you aren't allergic or intolerant, I'd suggest going to the low/no fat varieties of milk, cheese, yogurt, etc. And let's not forget that exercise is a major part of our weight loss journey, so speaking of that -- I'd best go get started with my exercise.
Avatar n tn Although I cannot speak for the effects of the plant in regard to Type 2 diabetics (the internet has a substantial amount of info), as a Type 1 diabetic I have on the odd occaision been prone to hypoglycemia after fainting from low blood pressure connected to having too much THC in my tea.
Avatar f tn I have recently been diagnosed with High Blood Pressure, and Type 2 Diabetes, my Doctor was aware of all the medications I was on. I was taking Prednisolone 5mg for 1 year, Diclofenac 50mg twice daily for five years, and Perindopril 8mg once daily for a month. About two weeks ago, after feeling sick from the cocktail of medications I was taking. I made a rash decision to ditch all of them except the High blood pressure medication; my blood pressure was 150/109.
179856 tn?1333550962 After following more than 5,000 people for 5 years, the researchers found those with lower than average vitamin D levels had a 57 percent increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes compared with people with levels in the recommended range. "Studies like ours have suggested that blood levels of vitamin D higher than what is recommended for bone health may be necessary to reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes," said lead author Dr.
Avatar f tn Not bad really, but my A1C was 6.2 and my md says it's Diabetes type 2. I have quit all sweets, I have been exercising, and today it's been normal every time I've tested. I'm not on medication, thankfully, but I have been really watching what I eat. It's only been a week since I was diagnosed. I do feel run down at times, especially when my blood sugar was elevated. But maybe it's just because I ate too many sweets that day, or who knows. What do you think?
Avatar f tn But if all you do is waste money on wet foods she doesn't even eat then....like I said...let her be. Give her what she likes. I feed my cat Science Diet wet and dry. I was thinking maybe raw meat but he doesn't even like the smell of it. He gives me the eww looks. ugh..cats can be really fastidious.
Avatar n tn I haven't taken any medications at all; I just added vitamins to my diet. The first 2 weeks were the worst. This weekend my legs hurt again, but it went away. My eyes were bothering me for several days (odd sensation like they were extra dry or straining) but that too passed. During this process I have had a nerve test, reflex tests, blood work and an MRI done. The MRI was to rule out the coincidence that maybe MS was a factor. All test results were normal.
Avatar f tn Per my PCP, he told me that I definitely have Hashi's because of having the TPO antibodies. I've always had alot of medical issue's, sinuses, kidney, type 2 diabetes, high cholesterol, triyglycerides, ect.now liver, ect. now knowing I have a autoimmune disorder or disease. I'm realizing why I've always had have so many health issue's. Anyhow, from the research I've done, if understanding correctly.
Avatar n tn I'm typing thru my tears!!! This is my 1st time on any type of forum and I've been looking for some gleam of hope good part of the day. I goofed in my question I took the test 11 days after transfer (TODAY!) I see the Dr. THIS Monday the 14th for actual test. I wish you lot's of luck as well... try not to get stressed...
Avatar m tn Phase One--The First 37 Years 1943 To 1980 2.1 In the first 37 years of my life I had many episodes of various kinds of emotional imbalance or disorientation, themselves of varying lengths and intensities, ranging from a euphoric, impetuous, expansive or high mood to a depressed, grey, low energy or despondent mood. Indeed the range of mood in these 37 years was extreme, but the complete/extreme range was rarely experienced.
369472 tn?1198749292 I'm sorry you are going through all of this. Yes, dogs can be diabetic even when they are only 7 years old. Dogs get Type I diabetes and Type II diabetes. Smell her breath and see if it smells like fingernail polish remover (or like a strong paint remover). Diabetes is a very easy test for the vet - just a little blood and a glucose meter. Call the vet and ask how much it would cost to check your dog's glucose levels.
3060903 tn?1398568723 These guidelines have been developed to ensure Australians get enough of the nutrients essential for good health and to help in selecting the types and amounts of the foods and drinks which reduce the risk of chronic health problems such as heart disease, type 2 diabetes, some cancers and obesity. However the updated 2013 guidelines report that “if current trends continue in Australia, it is estimated that by 2025, 83% of men and 75% of women aged 20 years or more will be overweight or obese.
3060903 tn?1398568723 These guidelines have been developed to ensure Australians get enough of the nutrients essential for good health and to help in selecting the types and amounts of the foods and drinks which reduce the risk of chronic health problems such as heart disease, type 2 diabetes, some cancers and obesity. However the updated 2013 guidelines report that “if current trends continue in Australia, it is estimated that by 2025, 83% of men and 75% of women aged 20 years or more will be overweight or obese.
3060903 tn?1398568723 These guidelines have been developed to ensure Australians get enough of the nutrients essential for good health and to help in selecting the types and amounts of the foods and drinks which reduce the risk of chronic health problems such as heart disease, type 2 diabetes, some cancers and obesity. However the updated 2013 guidelines report that “if current trends continue in Australia, it is estimated that by 2025, 83% of men and 75% of women aged 20 years or more will be overweight or obese.
Avatar n tn Like I said, you need to clarify if you are Type 1 or Type 2 as that will make a difference in your management. Are you overweight or not? Do you have another autoimmune disease like thyroid? Be sure the doctor does the tests. Congratulations on your marriage.
231441 tn?1333896366 Another 10lbs since I saw her last, which makes 20 lbs in 2 months (and about 30 lbs to date now at 6 1/2 months). Asked me to try very hard to stop gaining weight. If I keep going at this rate I'm going to gain another 35 lbs before I give birth. Horrific!!!! I'll keep a diary and count every calorie! See if I can get a hang on this. She thinks the tummy pain (particularly on the right - actual was tender front and back with her examination) is probably post surgical.
Avatar m tn Hi there, Ialso have fatty liver. If you have been diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes it is common due to obesity. The only known solution to fatty liver that I have explored is weight reduction and watching your fat intake. cutting calories and letting your hepatologist, endocrinologist know what you are feeling like physically. Liver cleansing diets do little for the overall treatment of fatty liver and can exaserbate liver irritation and disfunction.
Avatar m tn With having the diabetes, the weight gain wouldnt be doing the diabetes or your blood glucose levels very good. I would say that you need an increase in the thyroid meds and possibly a change in the diabetes medication as that may be 'counteracting' with the thyroid medications. Its basically a catch 22 situation. Are you on Metformin or Insulin and are you also being prescribed a vascular medication? If so these meds can interfere with your thyroid med.
Avatar m tn This lack of sleep causes impaired functioning and can be dangerous to drive or perform other concentration heavy tasks. Type 2 Diabetes: Because many energy drinks are also very high in sugar, they can eventually wear out the insulin producing cells of the pancreas, which leads to type 2 diabetes. Drug Interaction: Some of the ingredients in energy drinks can interact with prescription medications especially medications taken for depression.
Avatar f tn That can be helped by going on a special diet which lowers the sugar you take in. This might link you to having type 2 diabetes. I would see about asking your OBGYN about the possibility of POCOS. Maybe he or she would even order a glucose test to see if you are diabetic or pre diabetic. This might help shed light on a couple of your issues. The cyst could also be one that has to be watched for its growth and possibly removed in an outpatient setting.
Avatar m tn http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21173413 Also, dairy from grass fed free range has been shown to be EXTREMELY healthful. If you can, opt for grass fed version of all your dairy products. Here's an scientific study in Australia, where their bovine industry is predominantly grass fed (unlike US, which is mostly grain fed, and GMO fed): http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.
1039061 tn?1257881894 Bone and muscle pain Rickets (soft, weakened bones) in children Osteopenia (weak, fragile bones – also known as osteomalacia or osteoporosis) in older adults Muscle weakness Chronic fatigue Poor immune system (cold/influenza etc) Allergies Asthma Tuberculosis Depression Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) Gum disease/tooth decay High blood pressure Heart disease Insulin resistance Cancer Type 1 diabetes mellitus Multiple sclerosis Rheumatoid arthritis
Avatar n tn Essentially, this means that you are more likely to develop Type 2 diabetes. The really good news is that as low as your level is, you should be able to completely control your blood sugar levels by diet - simply eliminate some of the sweets and starches - assuming that you have some degree of self control. Unfortunately, this problem is one side effect of PCOS; my own blood work was done because of those repeatedly missed ovulations I mentioned on another thread.
529981 tn?1212853666 I also have tried about very type of zinc pyrithione shampoo, at the highest concentrations. Also I have tried, salycylic shampoos, tar shampoos, jojoba oil, AND nothing seems to help. Please help me and my hair. I am a busy college student, who unfortunately does not have the time and money to deal with this.
Avatar m tn In prior studies, coffee consumption has been linked to a wide range of health benefits including reduced risk of type 2 diabetes, metabolic syndrome and several types of cancer, the researchers noted as background. It may have a particularly beneficial effect on the liver, being associated with lower liver enzyme levels and reduced cirrhosis and liver cancer.
Avatar m tn Although I agree with what you are doing in respect of your food intake, keeping a note of what you eat and when you experience these symptoms, I hope you will get your blood sugars checked to rule out diabetes. Although initially Type 2 diabetes is controlled through diet, if diet does not help to control the sugar levels then people get prescribed with medication to control the insulin. It may be that you are just glucose intolerant (I am), but it is worth getting a proper diagnosis.
Avatar n tn He requested me to stop smoking and take an Asprin daily. My cholesterol is normal but I am a type 2 diabetic for the last 10 years, but under good control.