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I am suffering from hypothyroidism. What food I should take and what food I should not take. I am from Assam and I am 31 years old.
I am running 61 years age. No sugar and for BP I am known to keep 70by100. On 16/2/2018 I had taken 2 glass of lukewarm water in the morning, done routine light home exercise on ground and a cup of tea and had done free motion and left for office in company bus 25 kilometers as usual. At about 8 AM I felt giddiness so taken to company hospital and I had developed vomiting sensation and had done vomiting 4/5 times, but nothing expelled except saliva and little engulfed cough, as the stomach was empty and BP this time was 90by140 and blood sugar was 108. By 2 PM the giddiness reduced to almost 90% but feeling of silence clubed with some heaviness in the brain continued till next day. After this incident feeling of, heaviness in the brain, I am feeling daily in the morning. I want to know probable cause for the same and what precautions are suggested so sa to avert its recurrence. Kindly advise D.T.Choudhari, VIZAG.
Hi Doc I have a very high sugar level (FBD: 321, PP: 450). Also have a high BP level. My Doctor prescribed Glycomet 500 twice a day and Glysen 5 Twice a day. along with exercise and restriction in diet. Is it ok?
I am Suffering from diabetes from 11 years but medication from 5 years. And also suffering from htn for 3 years I am using tab tribet2 twice and tab metosartan 40/50 They are under control. Recently I observed neck and shoulder pain and also observed ed is it cause of medicine.
Hi, Recently I figured out that I've developed Hepatomegaly. My liver has enlarged in size (14. 4 cm). I have hypothyroidism too and last month I also suffered from ovarian cyst. So, please suggest any medication and the diet plan that should be followed by me.
I am a diabetic so provide diet guidance and also if I can do better with medication so medication tips.
Ovaries are a part of a woman’s reproductive system. The primary function of ovaries include producing ‘ova’ or eggs and secreting hormones such as progesterone and estrogen. Cysts are fluid filled sacs that form the ovaries; they usually do not cause any symptom and are not painful.
There are primarily two types of ovarian cysts:
1. Follicle cysts: During a woman’s menstrual cycle, the egg develops in a sac known as the follicle. Under normal circumstances, the sac breaks open and releases the egg. When this doesn’t happen, fluids start accumulating in the follicle to form a cyst.
2. Corpus luteum cysts: Follicle sacs dissolve after releasing the egg, but in some cases, these sacs remain and the opening of the sacs gets sealed. It again results in fluid accumulation, leading to the formation of corpus luteum cysts.
Usually, cysts do not cause any symptom. If the size of the cysts increases, they may cause symptoms such as stomach pain, pain during bowel movements and sex as well as pelvic floor pain. The breasts may become tender and one may experience rapid breathing. Other symptoms of ovarian cysts are fever, nausea and dizziness. Usually, rupturing of a cyst leads to these symptoms surfacing; hence you would know when exactly to call the doctor.
The treatment options for ovarian cysts are:
- Laparoscopy: Laparoscopy is carried out if the cysts are small in size. An incision is made close to the navel, through which an instrument is inserted to get rid of the cyst.
- Birth control pills: For chronic ovarian cysts, oral contraceptives are prescribed to stop the ovulation process in order to arrest the formation of cysts.
- Laparotomy: In case of large cysts, this procedure is recommended. A relatively bigger incision is made in the abdomen, through which the cyst is removed.
Ovarian cysts, if left untreated, can certainly cause infertility. Pre-menopausal women and who suffer from frequent hormonal imbalances in the body are the most vulnerable to this condition.