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579258 tn?1250652943 Take our poll .. How often do you eat breakfast? Then .. tell us either "what" you had for breakfast OR your "favorite" breakfast. Perhaps we can come up with enough different ideas to create a Health Page for later reference. IF YOU'RE NOT EATING BREAKFAST .. here is some information that may change your mind! 1. EATING BREAKFAST KEEPS US THIN.
Avatar n tn Hello, Blood sugar of 115 could be "somewhat normal", depending on when you measured it. Blood sugar of 147 is not normal regardless of when you measured it. Truely normal fasting is in the low 80s, however most doctors will allow up to about 99, 100 - 126 is prediabetic, and >126 is overt diabetes. 2 hours after eating target should be close to fasting if your blood sugar is normal, but always < 120, though some will allow < 140.
Avatar f tn Hi ladies. Have any of you been required to do a 1st trimester blood glucose 1hr screening? Because of my age (36) and being overweight (224lbs at 5'5") I have been ordered to take a first trimester blood glucose test to check for diabetes early. I cannot tell you how awful it is to be here, empty stomach fasting, and have to drink that syrupy stuff when I'm still in the throws of 1st trimester nausea. Trying not to throw up. But already dizzy.
Avatar n tn My doctor has put it down to an Irritable Bowel (IBS) type symptom and that the blood issue was a result of my stomach producing excess acid. He suggested I changed my diet and avoided very big meals and certain food products (especially fatty and spicy foods) and instead ate little but often. I also prop my head up on pillows at night to avoid the acid coming back up through my throat.
Avatar n tn They specifically eliminate blood sugar spikes, and keep the blood sugar in a normal range. Blood sugar spiking is another theory as to why many type 1 diabetics gain weight, and these low GI foods reduce it. Just a side note however, when I was on the diet, my blood sugar constantly went low and i had to compensate by eating multiple snacks throughout the day, something that probably offset my pound-shedding.
Avatar n tn I have already had an H Pylori blood test to rule out an ulcer, an ultrasound and an MRI which were unremarkable. I am getting very tired of this!
Avatar n tn On one occasion I asked Dr. DeAdamo (Eat right for your blood type) and was told to take bioflavonoids for it. I am beginning to take the supplement now, since the vessel popping has become too annoying to ignore.
Avatar f tn I can't find any studies which describe that, but that was the information given to me when I participated in the TrialNet study. Not having a history of type 1 doesn't really mean anything, type 1 is being diagnosed more and more often in children that have no history in their families. It's unfortunate, but true. My suggestion would be to continue to keep in contact with your endo and family doctor, followups will be necessary to verify glucose scores and the status of the pre-diabetes.
Avatar m tn I get this from time to time and have anxiety. I've even had a nuclear stress test . . . results normal. I also get the pains in my left and right chest and lower abdomen, but it always goes away. Eat light until it passes.
Avatar n tn For the past several years I have noticed that after eating food (which ranges from just a cup of milk to a full meal) that my heart rate and blood pressure increases significantly about 30 minutes after eating, and it lasts for about one and 1/2 hours to two hours. This occurs about 50% of the time after eating. My heart rate goes from ~75 bpm up to 140 bmp (max todate), and the blood pressure goes from 130/80 up to 180/102 (max to date).
446896 tn?1237806342 I know I am not the only one who absolutely freaks out when having my blood pressure taken. Every time I go to the Dr's office, they always comment on how high my pulse and blood pressure are (last week when I went it was 127/92 and pulse of 133!) Ha...and those numbers arent even unusual for me! I know the pulse is high, but I don't worry about it as much just because I take it frequently at home now, and know that it is usually in the 80's when I'm at home. But the blood pressure...ugh!
Avatar f tn You will find that it is both the total amount of carbs eaten at a meal and the type of carb that affects your blood sugar. Processed carbs like cereals, breads, cakes, potatoes, anythbing made with flour, sweet fruits, tend to have the biggest effect. Non-starchy veges and regular fat dairy should have a lesser effect. Best cheeses are the unprocessed ones, which have I think 1 g of carb/1 oz serve. But you can look it up. Try eating different amounts of carbs/ meals.
1423357 tn?1511089042 My doctor monitors my numbers every 4 months - cholesterol,glucose,etc, blood pressure. My blood glucose slowly rose over a period of years until it got to the point where my doctor said we have to do something. I am in my late forties and athletic and I don't eat much junk, never drink soda or eat cake or cookies.
Avatar n tn A few months ago my morning blood sugar readings ranged 120-140 at the highest. My reading for the past six months is averaging 175-258. O informed my doctor and she said my A1C went down from 7.9 to 5.7 so she said I am fine, even though I only had one day of a reading of 124 in six months.
Avatar n tn Simple question here, has anyone ever had a negative blood test and negative urine test and went on with their daily routine and a month or so later found out you were in fact pregnant while having ultrasound done. If this has happened to anyone or perhaps someone you know, please respond, I'd appreciate the information. Thanks.
Avatar m tn Madam, My age is 60years,height 5'2" weight 50kgs.Iam type II diabetec for last 5 years. Diet: Breakfast: Vegitable salad+cereals or South indian idlis or Upma or Dosas and cup of tea without sugar. Lunch : Rice with vegitable curry and Sambar(Lentil boiled in tamarind juce and vegitables) +plain yoghurt Snacks at 4PM: light snacks or seasonal fruit and tea w/o sugar. Dinner : similar to Lunch at 7.
627818 tn?1271780626 Evidently, some foods contain components that irritate the digestive tract, allowing these components to slip into the blood stream. The immune system thinks they are invaders and goes ballistic, hence the autoimmune response. Arachidonic Acid is a fat associated with inflammation in the body. Lots of Omega-3 fatty acids can reduce the pain and inflammation. I was given a list of foods with the mg of this acid in various meats. Poultry and soy have virtually none, while egg yolks have a lot.
Avatar f tn Not to make your life more complicated, but you also want to get checked to make certain you are in fact Type II. Unexplained weight loss is more a symptom of Type 1 and LADA/1.5. 20% of people diagnosed Type 2 are in fact Type 1.5. I was 58 when diagnosed, not a lot younger than you and they just assumed Type 2 by my age; the treatments are quite different.
Avatar n tn Diets don't work! You need to develop a healthy way of eating that you can continue for the rest of your life. You want to eat several times a day verses 3 meals a day. Not only does this keep your blood sugar from spiking and dropping, it keeps your metabolism up which will make you lose weight. Avoid bad carbs, and greasy, fatty foods. Try to get in a salad everyday, protein, fruits, eggs, nuts, etc. You will be a healthier, thinner person when you eat this way.
Avatar f tn I have had no cramping and am still experiencing strong nausea and tender breasts. My blood type is O negative. Could the bleeding have been a hemorrhage and this is still a viable pregnancy and if so should I go to the ER to get a rhogam shot asap?
Avatar n tn I am a 30 Y/O Male in overall good health. I have been living with IBS and Lactose Intolerance for the past 10 years or so. I have a strict diet which doesn't include dairy, beef, or pork products. I have recently been suffering from a rather strange form of diarrhea. The stool is bright yellow, contains mucus, watery, soft, and not formed. I have pain in my lower abdomen and mild flatulence. It has been getting progressively worse.
Avatar f tn What should you do? I know after the OP you feel so-o-o much better but do not over stress your body. It takes a long time for the insides to heal. Now is the time to carefully monitor your nutrition. Not everyone is the same. What a dozen other TP'ers can eat may not apply to you. Same as what diabetes forum members or web sites claim as being safe to eat may not be good for you. Start a food log, a dairy of everything you eat and drink including portion size.
82861 tn?1333457511 She couldn't even stand to go to the bathroom, feed herself or dress herself. The day before she was positively diagnosed with blood in her stool. We had to pull a whole lot of strings to get her admitted as nobody believed she was sick enough for admission. All hell broke loose when they got the intial blood work in. Mom's hemoglobin was a 6. Yes, a six. That's not a typo. She is bleeding out somewhere in her guts. These people were ready to give her a pill and send her home to die.
Avatar n tn A sudden drop in blood pressure, or blood sugar, could cause fainting. Sudden bleeding internally can cause blood pressure to drop suddenly. I'd deduce that something burst or ruptured that caused the bleeding, like a small vein, or cluster of capillaries, or a cyst. There's also parasites that can get up in the bladder, like pinworms, which are very, very common in gradeschool. I suppose you could also consider that she may have passed a kidney stone or bladder stone.
Avatar n tn Hello, my name is mat. I have had type 1 diabetes since i was 5 and am just coming into the last stages of my teenage years (im 19 this year, 14th year with diabetes), When i was younger my parents had my diabetes under great control, but then i started to take care of it all independantly around the age of 13.
Avatar n tn The easiest way to find out what is going on would be to buy blood sugar meter/testing strips (you can get them anywhere w/o Rx) and test and record for a few days. Test your fasting #, 2 hrs. after breakfast, lunch and dinner and right before lunch and dinner also. Test also when you are symptomatic (ex. test if you feel shaky to confirm if you are really experiencing hypoglycemia or not). From what I understand the post-prandial readings (after meals) are the ones to fail first.
Avatar m tn //nutritionreview.org/2013/04/triphala/ o http://organicindiausa.com/organic-india-triphala-formula/ • L GLUTAMINE Powder (Unflavoured no sugar) and Multiple Amino acids powder (BCAA unflavoured no sugar) for GUT REPAIR. Caution: L Glutamine not to be used while you have a sensitive stomach or stomach lining inflammation; to be used only in later stages (2-3 months after recovery).
1448936 tn?1363209946 I made it through the shopping trip but was convinced i was going to pass out at any second. I was thinking that maybe it was caused because my blood sugar dropped? i realized i hadn't eaten that much today, just a couple handfuls of cereal but drank A LOT of coffee. So i just got home and ate a couple little pieces of chocolate and some saltines before I cook dinner. Most of the physical symptoms are gone but im still a little on edge after the whole experience.
Avatar m tn hi this a male 24 from India,few days ago i have been to a new city,i took a decent hotel,i have been to work during the day,then at night i came back to hotel room and had a couple of beers and passed out,i forgot to lock the door of the room,it was apprantely closed from outside but i did not press the button lock,so if any body tried to come inside it would open,Is it possible that someone the hotel staff or anybody could have come inside drugged me and raped me anally i am straight and this