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I am 65 years old plus. I have been suffering from cold fingers hand, cold feet, no tolerance to cold. The problem is on the increase since last 6 years. There have been weight loos of 3 to 4 kegs over last 5 yrs. Now I weigh 63 kegs, height is 170 cm. The sugar levels are also changing, in last 5 years the fasting level has not changed much remains within 93 to 115. The PP levels have changed from 125 now to 178. The HbA1C has gradually increased from 6.3 to now 6.6. Till now I have not been put on any medicine for sugar levels. The Cholesterol is 232, TGL is at105. SGOT, SGPT, VDL, BUN are with in range. The T3 is 0.869, T4 is 4.68, TSH is 2.69. Over last 6 years the face skin has become wrinkled, the peripheral blood flow has become impaired, during winters fingers tend to become blue when exposed. I have been prescribed B12, Antioxidant, D3, Calcium, and for last 1 year Diacerein, Glucosamine for Knee problem OA has been prescribed and I am taking regularly. I would be looking forward for your advice to overcome my problem at your earliest. Thanks and regards.
My father's age is 66. In his echo report it is shows mitral valve regurgitation moderate. Is there any foolproof ayurvedic or non surgical treatment?
I have high BP problem in this age ever tests are normal and complete body check ups is also normal what should I do.
Hello. Most respectfully give me some idea about how to decrease belly fat? My lower portion is very bad. My weight is okay near 57 kg. I'm 5 ft 3 inch also. I can push up 50 at a time but I want to be a strong man, now a days I'm getting wk too. BP is 160/80. Thanks.
Mother is suffering from Atrial fibrillation and admitted from last 6 days, want to know some brief and treatment
I am 69 years old diabetic type II, hypertension and ckd IIIa patient. My sugar and BP is under control with medicines. Two white spot around 1 cm dia have appeared, one on neck and other on lower part of right leg. Do I need to meet skin specialist.
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