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I am 56 year old male. My sugar level on fasting is 160-190. I am suffering with pain in both leg and hands finger. Body is not energetic and thrust is always and urine is many time. I am taking D-FIT tablet twice but no better improvement. Kindly advise suitable medicine and food to be normal health. I am an employee in a company and working as accountant. Thanks,
I have junevile Diabetes (type-1) from 12 years. On the end of November 2017's night due to occurrence of hypoglycemia with epilepsy my shoulder got dislocated with minute crack. I undergone shoulder reduction in local hospital but the doctor can't fix the issue. Here I told the doctor I had Diabetes problem and how the shoulder get dislocated. Then I shifted to another hospital there due to some reasons my parents told that the incident happened due to an accident. There I was again undergone shoulder reduction with surgery. K wire was used here. Now I was fine somehow. But upto 60% of my shoulder movements are restricted. My question: Is there any specific treatment for shoulder dislocated due to hypoglycemia? Also how can a diabetic person (type 1) gain weight? HbA1c - 8.3 (currently) HbA1c-7.2 (before 3 months)
My TSH level is 7.25.i take thyronorm 50 from last 20 days. I want to know within how many days my TSH level will be normal. When I plan to be conceive. Please reply.
My husband 31 yr old. He got sugar during 15 yr old boy. Now we got marriage, I am completely alright. If we got a baby. Is it suffer from diabetes?
I am 55 years old having diabetes. As on date I am taking hemoinsulin 30./70 12 units in night and 18 units in the morning. I am taking 1 tablet each in the morning and evening glimaday forte 3. Now I am plng to join a Gym in the morning 6 AM. whether I should go empty stomach or have something before exercise?
I am hypothyroidism since 2013. Having thyronorm 25 .now on test today tsh 9.6.should I take thyronorm 50.
I am 46 yrs, male. My fasting was 198 and pp was 342. After 15 days, it comes down 102 and 154 respectively after taking diabetes food and morning walk without medicine. No one is sugar patient in my generation. It is also first time for me. I am 5 feet 6 inches and weighted 76 kgs. Have to take any medicines for my Diabetes? Or only Morning walk and diet control are sufficient for me?
Dibetic since18yrs.Taking euglim m1 before lunch and dinner.But since 6mnths my count gone 180fasting and 280 pp.Should I increase one more tab?
Although this disorder has been present among people since the inception of mankind, the rate of increase among the number of patients in recent years is alarming to say the least. The primary culprits are lifestyle issues such as bad diet, lack of physical exercise and stress. However, some people are genetically predisposed to it as well. Diabetes is a silent killer as complications caused by it are one of the largest killers on the planet.
The Ayurvedic route
Ayurveda has a long history of successfully dealing with this scourge dating back thousands of years. Diabetes is known as ‘Madhumeha’ and is often classified as ‘Maharoga’ as it causes multiple complications. The Ayurvedic route has many facets such as exercises, filtering toxins and balancing the ‘doshas’ through diet and herbs to control the effects of diabetes. Let’s look at some of the remedies for controlling and correcting symptoms of diabetes in Ayurveda.
- Diet: This is one of the most important changes that you need to make in your life to control symptoms of diabetes. Certain food types are an absolute no-no in Ayurveda if you have diabetes while certain other types of food are encouraged as they help keep it in control.
- Food types encouraged in Ayurveda: Amla, bitter gourd, fenugreek seeds (methi), spinach, jamun, drumsticks, garlic, turmeric, snake gourd, barley, wheat, tulsi, pepper, soya bean, cucumber and bel (Indian Bael) among others
- Food types discouraged in Ayurveda: Processed sugar or any food that contains a high amount of it, unrefined sugar in large quantities, sugar cane juice, oil, jaggery, ghee, cakes, alcohol, foods rich in carbohydrates such as rice or rotis in excess quantities, curd, junk and oily foods, butter, cold drinks and sweets among others
- Home Remedies and herbs: Ayurveda prescribes many forms of juices and concoctions which can be easily prepared at home to control blood sugar levels and also limit the symptoms. Some of the herbs and preparations used in the treatment of diabetes are mentioned below.
- Yoga and exercises: Exercising and ensuring that the metabolism is kept active to check blood sugar levels is of utmost importance when you are diabetic. Yoga is one of the best methods to accomplish this. In general, light walking is prescribed but there are certain yoga poses which are especially beneficial for diabetes. Some of these are:
- Shalabhasana or the locust pose
- Ardha matsyendrasana or the half spinal twist pose
- Peacock pose or Mayurasana
- Katichakrasana or the waist rotating pose
- Naddishuddhi Pranayama
- Surya namaskar among others
However, it is important that you are proficient in the easier forms of yoga first and then have proper instruction before you try the harder poses. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!
The most common causes of female infertility include - problems with ovulation, damage to fallopian tubes or uterus, or problems with the cervix. Age can contribute to infertility because as a woman ages, her fertility naturally tends to decrease. A hormone imbalance. A tumor or cyst. Eating disorders such as anorexia or bulimia. Alcohol or drug use. Thyroid gland problems. Excess weight. Stress. Intense exercise that causes a significant loss of body fat. Extremely brief menstrual cycles.