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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.
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.
5664897 tn?1375480696 Professional help thru an inpatient or intense outpatient program. A nutritionist and therapist are a must. This is rarely cured on your own.
Avatar n tn Thanks I heard that I just wondered how it affected pregnancy. My doctors office basically called me and told me I was diabetic this time I was hypoglycemic and that they would keep a close eye on me but didn't say anything else so I just wondered. And the last thing I want to do is google anything cuz its always worse case.
Avatar f tn Some psychotropic meds also cause this problem, http://www.drugwatch.com/risperdal/gynecomastia/. I would start with the MD and have him/her recommend a nutritionist if needed.
Avatar f tn It seems to go beyond normal, the part of feigning to be sick to get you to do what she wants. My brother is in his sixties now and still hardly eats anything, and my parents let him get away with it because he had a tremendous temper and it was just easier that way. Kids figure out what they can get away with. But as her way of getting what she wants is getting out of your control, it might be time to pursue some counseling whether professionally or in-family.
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 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 n tn I am 32 weeks pregnant and I have gestational diabetes. It isn't so bad I was so overwhelmed at first but once I talked to my nutritionist made it a lot easier.
Avatar f tn I'm 26 years old and a year ago I went to see a nutritionist and took a hair mineral test and found out that I had elevated liver enzymes. The nutritionist made a comment about it possibly being hepatitis. I recently lost 50 pounds but have been obese for many years. When I went to see my nutritionist I was approximately 200 pounds and I'm 5'3. I did a little research and found out that elevated liver enzymes can be due to a fatty liver because of obesity.
659471 tn?1229459690 With both my friends babies she had this problem about the same age. You can contact a breastfeeding nutritionist for help. If a nutritionist is of no help go to the doctor.
Avatar n tn I am not a physican or nutritionist, but the mom of a type one diabetic. We do not use sugar free snacks as a lot of them contain an ingredient called manitol or sorbitol. This ingredient is in most sugar free items and can cause the runs along with bowel problems. What we give our daughter is healthy no or low carbohydrate snacks.
Avatar f tn Well, off hand, I would say that a call to a local nutritionist would be in order she/he will be able to give you the right list of foods and how much to eat, etc. Some hospitals have one or two on staff and they are available to help, especially if the doctor writes a prescription to see one. Also, try doing a "google" search, there are all kinds of sites on what to eat and what not too.
Avatar f tn I'm 26 years old and a year ago I went to see a nutritionist and took a hair mineral test and found out that I had elevated liver enzymes. The nutritionist made a comment about it possibly being hepatitis. I recently lost 50 pounds but have been obese for many years. When I went to see my nutritionist I was approximately 200 pounds and I'm 5'3. I did a little research and found out that elevated liver enzymes can be due to a fatty liver because of obesity.
Avatar n tn I promised to check back after seeing an endocrinologist. I was diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes. I have a low A1c and my weight is low but with a family history and symptoms along with elevated blood sugar., the physician said I'm diabetic. The A1c confused me as every other doctor says I'm fine. I'm taking a glucose tolerance test soon for 3hrs. Anyway, thanks for the supportive answers. You are all so helpful. I'm meeting a nutritionist Tuesday.
Avatar f tn This question is for Ted from Thailand. Or any doctor or nutritionist that has time to answer. How often can I take the baking soda and lemon juice mixture?? I have begun that regiment once a day so far, increased my magnesium, and 2 tbs black strap molasses as well. I have completely stopped taking my propranolol. The pvc's are fewer, but not completely gone.
203342 tn?1328737207 Does anyone know what the difference is between a Nutritionist and a Dietitian is? I tried to get my insurance to refer me to dietitian but they won't cover it. Then a friend recommended I talk to a Nutritionist. I've been having gastro problems the last couple of years. They're not sure if I have Crohn's or what. I do have the inflammation and diarrhea. And have had ulcers in the past. I can't seem to eat ANYTHING anymore. Everything upsets my stomach, even healthy foods.
Avatar f tn So the nutritionist told me I'm going to have a premie sized baby because I'm so small :/ I was 178 before I was pregnant I dropped down to 162 during my first trimester and part of my second because I was so sick and couldn't keep much down but now I'm 171.
Avatar m tn I know what I would do if I were you. I would put everything I have into a consultation with a veterinary nutritionist -if you possibly can, And work out a home-cooked diet based on advice from him/her. Some intensive research online may help... It will be hard work I am sure and may be confusing sometimes, but I think that is the way I would go. Sorry to project my own opinions....
Avatar m tn You don't want to get hooked on taking a pill to sleep -- eventually the insomnia will just get worse. There are some natural sleep remedies that don't do this -- melatonin about 1mg or so is probably the best -- but obviously, you have to find one that works. What you want to ideally, though, is figure out why you can't sleep and fix it. As for eating when you get up, that's just discipline. We can't supply that for you.
Avatar f tn If you go this route, please talk in depth with a pediatric nutritionist. How are you going to be sure the baby gets enough of the most critical vitamins and minerals? It sounds difficult, and risky, and like after you puzzle out the proper ratios of all the vitamin powders and work out how to decide how much iron to put in the dropper and all, it won't be worth all the energy (or the extra money).
481379 tn?1208372347 since the site's nutritionist is not replying, I will, I am a certified nutritionist and alkaline is best...avoid digestive disorders like GERD, inflammation problems, just google up alkaline foods and you will know which is best to eat...but alkaline is best and your body will thank you for it...you can even bathe or drink apple cider vinegar to help you become alkaline....Connie Allen, CNC, messengerofheallth.