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My daughter is 3 months old, and low TSH. She fails to thrive. At the time of birth she was 3 kg and now is only 4 kg. Please suggest.
I have diebate for long time but it is kind bother me lot make me sick so I was wonderful how to decrease my sugar level down.
I am a diabetic. I want to reduce weight. As one of the measures, can I have honey in warm water first thing in the morning, as it is said that it helps in weight reduction?
My brother is suffering from hyperthyroidism please suggest me some medicine he is having anxiety problem also His age is 35 years old.
I am 37 year old, I got married on 2005 still i am not getting any result of pregnancy, I consult dr's here but not get any result they told me that there is problem in you sperm count will be 0 % after discharge.
Dear Doctor, I am 50 year old male and a diabetic and have been on insulin and medicine for the last 15 years, I have reduced sensation in my left leg. I do go for regular walks every morning, but my sugar level is 220 fasting and 410 pp please suggest what can help me in keeping my sugar level in control.
My BP used to remain 140/70 and now I am having Cardace H 5 mg since past 10 years and my BP has now come down to 140/60 can I stop using this medicine or should I reduce the dosage and now my sugar is under control at 200 post with Amaryl 2 mg + 1 mg. Please advice
Hi doctor my husband ha so make a jaundice test recently he has 1.7 please tell it is any danger what should he eat or what not to eat and he also had diabetes please give me a good solution to us we r eagerly waiting for you r answer.
I am 62 years old male having diabetic problem since 2010 on border line. Now taking 1.5 tablets dianorm m daily. Please advise any natural way to control it.
My father is 46 years old male suffering from hypothyroidism and taking eltroxin (100 mcg) and telmisartan (80 mg) for the last one year.
Age 21 if any person has low cholesterol level that is 8 am cholesterol what does this indicate person already suffer from hypothyroidism please tell me is their any danger from low cholesterol level.
Hi Doctor, I had fasting blood glucose of 140 on 21st July 2017 for which I was advised to skip rice & non vegetarian at dinner for 10 days. Again I checked on 1st Aug which read as 113, along with 2 hrs post prandial at 134 & HBA1C 5.8%. Please advise if I am diabetic or not? Any actions to be taken. My doctor has advised to exercise along with diet.
Sugary foods and drinks can cause tooth decay, especially if you eat them between meals. The longer the sugary food is in contact with the teeth, the more damage it can cause. The sugars found naturally in whole fruit are less likely to cause tooth decay because the sugars are contained within the structure of the fruit. Sugars are also added to a wide range of foods, such as sweets, cakes, biscuits, chocolate, and some fizzy drinks and juice drinks. These are the sugary foods that we should cut down on.
Tips to cut down on sugars
For a healthy, balanced diet, cut down on foods and drinks containing added sugars.
Instead of sugary fizzy drinks and juice drinks, go for water or unsweetened fruit juice
Swap cakes or biscuits for a currant bun, scone or some malt loaf with low-fat spread.
If you take sugar in hot drinks or add sugar to your breakfast cereal, gradually reduce the amount until you can cut it out altogether.
Rather than spreading jam, marmalade, syrup, treacle or honey on your toast, try a low-fat spread, sliced banana or low-fat cream cheese instead.
Check nutrition labels to help you pick the foods with less added sugar, or go for the low-sugar version.
Try halving the sugar you use in your recipes - it works for most things except jam and ice cream.
Choose wholegrain breakfast cereals, but not those coated with sugar or honey.