Diabetic ketoacidosis webmd

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Avatar m tn After running all this through the Symptom Checker over at WebMD where I also posted this but have recieved no responses so far, it gave me around 20 possibles generally but after narrowing it down all I had left was anemia, diabetic ketoacidosis, and panic attacks. Ofcourse I dont want to rely on just that when I can also use the resource of so many intelligent people here so I am asking everyone and anyone to help me with what this might be, please?
Avatar m tn A stomach ulcer that has caused a hole in the stomach wall. Gallstones that are causing pancreatitis. Cystic fibrosis. Pregnancy and diabetic ketoacidosis. A ruptured ectopic pregnancy. Macroamylasemia, an uncommon and harmless condition in which amylase is bound to a protein in the blood. This condition can cause amylase levels to be either high or low.
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Avatar m tn After running all this through the Symptom Checker over at WebMD where I also posted this but have recieved no responses so far, it gave me around 20 possibles generally but after narrowing it down all I had left was anemia, diabetic ketoacidosis, and panic attacks. Ofcourse I dont want to rely on just that when I can also use the resource of so many intelligent people here so I am asking everyone and anyone to help me with what this might be, please?
Avatar f tn I found a couple of websites on causes of high IgA and inverted T waves. From WebMD - immunoglobulins: "IgA. High levels of IgA may mean monoclonal gammopathy of unknown significance (MGUS) or multiple myeloma is present. Levels of IgA also get higher in some autoimmune diseases, such as rheumatoid arthritis and systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), and in liver diseases, such as cirrhosis and long-term (chronic) hepatitis.
Avatar m tn I was prescribed Victoza in September of 2010. Since my thyroidectomy two years ago I have gained 75 lbs! My endo says I am borderline diabetic. So, along with metformin, I took the victoza shots 3x daily for one month (the length of the free sample he gave me) and WOW did I love it. I never felt sick and I never felt hungry. In fact, I was often dragging by the end of the day because I'd had no food nor desire for food. I had to literally make myself eat.
Avatar n tn According to web md(because the symptom is pretty general) the problem could be a drug reaction, high blood pressure, diabetic ketoacidosis. or hypothyroidism. It could be nothing or it could be something. I would start monitoring everything you do throughout the next week or so. Note anything and everything you do. Even something as simple as going outside to check the mail. Especially if the heat spots happen shortly there after.