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7729616 tn?1393795492 Maybe I've misunderstood the way you framed this. You suggested your "thyroid therapist" diagnosed you, not the nutritionist, who I assumed you hadn't seen yet. If you've seen a nutritionist they usually run tests to see what you might be deficient in, but the gluten problem could be diagnosed by your doctor.
Avatar f tn I think this one is going to be a little tough to solve without an actual exam by a Physician & I imagine they’ll want to order a few lab tests. Prbly best to see your Dr. Check back in once you get a diagnosis & let us know if you found a cure...
Avatar f tn Try going into your search engine for the Natural remedies out there I have had some of what you are going through and am now on supplements and I feel a lot better than I did on the Adrenal Support capsules, and Dhea Tablet once a day.
Avatar n tn t really matter what I eat--cereal with soy milk, meat, fruits, veggies, candy...You name it and after I eat it I get really gassy. And by gassy I mean farts only. No burping. I only get gassy after like one hour, though. Then I will fart so much! Please help, it's embarrassing. And also, I can't get beano because I'm only 13 years old.
Avatar m tn When the blood sugar gets better, your vision can actually get better or worse - the bottom line is that it changes. Now we really don't know how your blood sugar is doing - so it is very important to have a testing device at home and your insurance plan should pay for one. Talk to your doctor. Strictly follow all your doctor's instructions. Make sure you have a nutritionist help you with proper diet and see an ophthalmologist right away to see how the eyes are doing.
Avatar n tn I haven't been on the site for a while so I hope you ladies are all doing well! Last week I found out that I have gestational diabetes :( I've been following the meal plans but my blood sugar is still high! Do any of you have any tips as to how to lower it?? I'll try anything at this point! I'm eating 1 net carb for snacks and 3 net carbs for each meal.
Avatar n tn the vet just found 4 stones in my yorkies uerkra near the end, is there anything else besides a diet or surgery we can do to help, they did a cather andpulser only moved 1 up some
Avatar f tn m on a low dose of glyburide at bedtime and just making sure I eat the right amount of carbs at the right times. Are you going to see a nutritionist or a maternal fetal medicine specialist? Seeing the nutritionist helped me a lot.
1980932 tn?1335108263 If you have ever mentioned you are suicidal, and it gets into the TSA database, you may not be allowed on an aircraft. The problem with insurance is in flux. Everything has changed with Obamacare. Realistically speaking everyone is depressed now and then, and sometimes, especially after a traumatic event, the depression may be severe and last quite a while. I would not be so quick to accept "treatment", to include drugs or psychotherapy. A few sessions with a psychologist may help.
Avatar m tn Hi, Thank you for your question. Generally, rehabilitation is the only effective way to help you to regain function in better way and prevent from permanent losses. If rehabilitation program is appropriately instituted, most of the stroke patients can regain maximum functions with appropriate therapy, training and support services.
Avatar m tn You may have to go to one of the larger towns/cities near you. Hopefully, not too far since yogurt is perishable. I bought about 6-7 containers at a time so I would not have to run to the store every day. I hope you can find it. It was a life saver for me because I got to the point where I could not eat much.
Avatar f tn I went to a nutritionist regarding my tiredness and weight loss. The nutritionist committed me to one month of perfect eating, sleeping, routine walks and no alcohol. After the month I was symptom free. No headaches, great energy, and the muscle aches have subsided. I've been maintaining the proper diet, sleep, walking and moderation on alcohol. The nutritionist suspected that I was using alcohol and pain releif in excess.
Avatar f tn Background: Diagnosed w/ OCD (health obsessions, not compulsions), PTSD, PMDD, panic attacks So after 5 very unsuccessful attempts at managing my extreme anxiety w/ medication (psychiatrist & PCP), my [new] PCP & I may have had a breakthrough w/ Zoloft. I'm currently taking 25 mg (we started low due to my intolerance of other SSRI's), but this time we combined it w/ .5mg of Xanax (.25mg 2x/day).
Avatar f tn t know what to tell you do. I just wanted to tell you that ginger is an all natural cure for nausea. You have probably been told this already. Buy him candied ginger from the health food store. It's dried ginger coated in sugar. It's chewy. There should be no other ingredients by the dried ginger and sugar. Also, if this doesn't work, try ginger tea with a little honey. Also available at the health food store. I'd also talk to a psychiatrist.
5664897 tn?1375480696 Try the way you said and see, but you may still need psychological support and/or advice from a nutritionist about eating healthily.
Avatar n tn Am nor in the medical field but i think your doctor needs to give you more information than what you got. I agree that a nutritionist would help but before you see someone you need to contact your healthcare provider and ask what it means to you and baby if they say you are hypoglycemic. How does it affect your pregnancy, shd you worry about it and how you can remedy - i think thats what they shd provide you with.
Avatar f tn Your doctor might also want to check your thyroid function and make sure that you are not anemic , especially as you have lost weight and have been struggling with your diet. He/she will be able to refer you to a nutritionist if necessary to assist with controlled weight management.
Avatar f tn I probably would start with the nutritionist and if it doesn't help then a therapist. If you check my journal you will see a list of healthy smoothies you might give it a try.
Avatar f tn You probably should have them evaluated by their pediatrian to determine if this disorder can be treated:
Avatar m tn Im 511" i used to weigh 175 now that im hiv positive I find it difficult to surpass 160 witch is my current weight. I want to look good as well as feel good, what's the best way to do so. You might say speak to a nutritionist, but since were all in the Same boat, what's your way to gain weight as well as muscle mass.
Avatar f tn ask your Dr if you can see ask nutritionist they can give you good info on what foods to stay away and which to eat.
Avatar n tn If I were you I would make an appointment with a nutritionist or dietitian and put yourself on a hypoglcemic diet and see what you feel like. It's absically a healthy diet high in proteins and complex carbs and low in simple sugars. That may resolve your problem. I am not familiar with hyperinsulinism. The only other suggestion I have is to get a second opinion from an endocrinologist to see if you can get a more definitive diagnosis. Having your blood sugar go low can be very scary.
6579347 tn?1388502368 A nutritionist is for altering your diet for maximum health, including avoiding foods you might not tolerate well that could influence your anxiety. If you do see a nutritionist, the only ones who will help you any would be holistic nutritionists, and they are pretty much not covered by insurance. Regular nutritionists and dieticians are the ones who devise things like hospital and cafeteria menus, which are known by studies to be dangerous to your health, so I would avoid these people.
Avatar f tn I do go to a nutritionist every 2 to 3 weeks. And I go for weight checkups. I was told by my nutritionist, people who eat slower tend to have are high metabolism and be underweight. I am at a regular weight but I was underweight as a child. I also ear very slow. My baby boy is healthy and is big for 23 weeks.
Avatar f tn For weight its best to sit down with a nutritionist to go over your foods and serving sizes - what you should eat and cannot eat. Ask your doctor for a referral. Major teaching hospitals found on or near major university campuses have trained nutritionist's on staff.
698356 tn?1240150727 I suffer too; some months much worse than others. It's a wicked struggle to 'break the code'! My daily 'pill' load --now near obscene- includes a big dose of Omega 3s-- which 'anodoctally' is meant to help, plus a dose of excercise during that 'criminal' week to release much needed 'happy' endorphins.