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I am suffering from irregular periods in staring time to present I consulted no. of doctors and I tried no of drugs I have thyroid problem also use thyronorm 25mcs tablet but present also I suffer that irregular periods please give any suggestion for me.
My father is 56 year old. 26 march 2015 he got checked his blood sugar in first time and the result is 304. Then he start walking and exercise and again checked the blood sugar on 5th april 2015 the result is 111 again checked the blood sugar on 12th april 2015 the result is 120 date by chart 26 th march 2015 304 after meal 5th april 2015 111 after meal 12 th april 2015 120 after meal but from monday 13th april he feel pain in both legs during sleeping and seating but when he walk he will not feel pain please advise why he feeling pain and what is the right treatment. Waiting eary reply warm regards
I m 56 yr old male. My FASTING BLOOD GLUCOSE PLASMA is 106, GLYCOSYLATED HEMOGLOBIN (HBA1C) is 6.1, MEAN PLASMA GLUCOSE is128.4, and GLUCOSE PP, PLASMA is 119. Pl. Tell me everything is ok?
I am 42 years old, male, suffering from diabetic 2, recent blood test result is fasting 89.9 and aqfter food is 131.9 taking blisto 1mf each one before meals morning and night. Recently from some days suffering from tiredness and hunger so my doctor advised me to cut off tablets by 50 percent, please advice me any suggetions.
Since last 2 months my mother is going thru low blood sugar and high B. P. She feels very week. We took her to doctor.. For sugar. She is advice trangenta after break fast. And ppp 0.3mg after lunch and dinner. For B. P she is having telplus (daily) and dytor 10mg (alternative days). Her eyes retina has been affected badly as well as kidney. Her body has shrunk too much. She is also taking. Lupinac 2times. Rozucor 1 time. Becotrol 1time. Arloc asr 1 time. Kindly suggest are these tablets suitable and for how long she will have to take these medicines.. Now Her fasting sugar is around 70-85 and pp is 140-160. Her b. P is 145/85. Please suggest some healthy diet (easy to orange n prepare at home) by which my mother bones and body becomes healthy and active again. Her age is 60 and im from delhi.
I am 35 years old I want to know about my mother diabetes problem she is 58 yrs. Is it necessary to take insulin injection ever day or ant tab to cure her disease any electronic media attached to her body can control the glucose level.
My grandfather has diabetes. How should take care of him. What should he eat and drinking? Please help.
My mom' have a thyroids in 2008 or something she consulting a doctor and remove but till she's have I think she use thyroids tablet's 100m power know she struggles last two months her voice will be low but not a pain and some times she will eat food stuck in truth please help me.
My wife was having TS of 6.4 in January 2016 and she started course of Thyronorm 50mg. Her current TSH level is 1.31. Whether she should continue 50mg or reduce it to 25mg level. We are planning for baby and trying for that.
Sir. My parents are diabetic. I have gone for blood glucose test on 15 Mar 17. Results were 100 and 171. Then doctor advised me to do a re test after 1 month as it may some lab err. In between I have done a random test from a private lab and it was 78. Then I bought a new blood glucose testing device. Random on the same day was 98. Next day the results are fasting 102 and PP 111. Total bilirubin. 1.8. Direct bilirubin. 0.8 SGOT. 21 SGPT. 19. Next day fasting sugar is 100. Cholesterol 169 Triglycerides 92 (Total bilirubin always ranges b/w 1.4 and 1.8) Playing 1 hour badminton daily .reduced sugar intake. Reduced my weight 5 kg in 4 months. Earlier in 2007 I was diagnosed with non alcoholic fatty lever disease. But my recent usg abd shows normal report. Is there anything to concern with the reports?
I am suffering from cold last 10 days. I am taking vicks action 500. Than 4 to 5 hrs I am feeling well. I am using 4 tab in a day. Pls advise.
My son age is 14 years and he is studying in 10th standard, he has lack of concentration, and thyroid problem (take tablets 50mg) also kindly suggest improve concentration.
7 Diabetes Related Skin Problems
Diabetes is a metabolic disorder, chiefly caused by insulin fluctuation in the body. A study shows that, 1 out of 3 people suffering from diabetes are likely to develop a skin condition sooner or later; and in some cases, these skin problems serve as symptoms of diabetes. Although these skin problems can be cured easily if treated early, proper care must be administered at all times. Here are 7 skin conditions that affect diabetics:
1. Bacterial infection
Although anyone can get a bacterial infection, people suffering from diabetes are likelier to contract them. Usual bacterial skin problems that tend to trouble diabetics are boils, lumps near the eyelids, nail infections and carbuncles. Diabetics are also prone to infections deep in the skin and of the underlying tissues. The affected area is usually warm, red and swollen.
2. Fungal infections
People who have diabetes have an increased risk of contracting the fungal infection, especially the one known as candida Albicans. The fungus tends to create a red, itchy rash, which is surrounded by blisters and scales. These are usually found in warm places of the body like the armpits, or between the fingers of the hand or perhaps even the toes. Common fungal infections in diabetic people include athlete's foot, jock itch and ringworm.
3. Tingling and itching
Among the many causes of itching, diabetes is one. Yeast infection, dry skin and poor circulation are the primary causes of itching among patients of diabetes. Usually, the lower part of the leg tends to itch the most, if poor circulation is to be blamed.
4. Skin problems related to neuropathy
Diabetes can be the cause of nerve damage in some cases; and neuropathy is a common symptom of diabetes. This type of damage can cause a loss of sensation in a part of the body. On event of an injury, one may not be able to feel it. As a result, an open sore or wound, if left unattended, can develop into an infection.
5. Digital sclerosis
Digital sclerosis, a condition marked by tight, waxy, thick skin that develops on the back of the hand, is common among people who have type 1 diabetes. In this condition, the joints of the fingers get stiff and, thus, lose their mobility and elasticity. Skin of the toes, forehead and knees may also get affected.
Xerosis is another common skin condition that accompanies diabetes. In this condition, the skin becomes very dry and itchy.
7) Acanthosis nigricans
Acanthosis nigricans is the condition where diabetics get darkening of skin leading to skin tags around neck and armpits.
How long thyronorm 25 can be taken if my tsh level is normal (3.9). For past 3 months I'm had 1.5 days period. In my first report tsh level was 9.57 then I took thyronorm 50 then the next month tsh was 0.28 then I stopped medicine and after one month my tsh level was 3.95. For last five days I'm taking thyronorm 25. After being all dis medicine I'm still getting 1.5 days periods only. No changes after medication also. Pls suggest me that I have thyroid problem or not. If yes then after taking medicines tsh level is normal I have scanty periods.
Diabetes is not an isolated disease but a syndrome. It brings with it a host of issues, affecting almost all organs, and that is the reason it is a dreaded issue. Diabetes is the result of chronic inflammation and this inflammation gradually spreads to all other organs. One of the main organs adversely affected is the kidneys. The kidneys are essential filtration agents, and impaired kidney function can have a series of bad effects on the body.
The good news is that not everybody with diabetes will have diabetic nephropathy. However, risk factors for developing diabetic nephropathy are:
- Severe, uncontrolled diabetes
- Family history
- Prior kidney disease, even chronic infection
- Race or ethnicity (native Americans, African Americans, etc.)
- Preexisting hypertension or high cholesterol levels
If you have these risk factors, then all efforts should be aimed at keeping blood sugar at highly optimal level. Once it reaches beyond a certain level, it is very difficult to get it under control.
There would be no symptoms in the initial stages
- If you suspect that increased sugar levels could be damaging the kidneys, it is imperative to do renal functions annually to test for onset of kidney malfunction
- There could be swelling of the feet and ankles
- Urine tests may indicate increased levels of protein in the body (serum albumin in particular)
The idea is to arrest or stop damage to the kidneys.
- Reduce and maintain blood pressure within the recommended levels. This will depend on the age and overall health status. Using angiotensin converting enzymes or angiotensin receptor blockers is the most effective way to control hypertension and related kidney damage
- Keeping blood sugar within the recommended levels helps reduce or stop damage to the blood vessels in the kidneys and thereby, prevent progression
- Maintain optimal levels of cholesterol, as this only adds to hypertension, which further worsens kidney function.
- Eat a heart-healthy diet and exercise regularly. It is a vicious cycle with components including hypertension, high sugar levels, increased heart disease, which all only continues in a circle nonstop. Breaking this cyclical trend is very important.
- Diet should not be too rich in protein, as the kidney function is impaired and may not be able to handle too much protein. Talk to a nutritionist as to how much protein is required and follow it strictly.
- Reduce salt levels in the diet, and strictly do not add extra salt onto your plate
- If you are a smoker, this is a great reason to quit, as it affects all the above conditions.
- Maintain weight under optimal levels. If you wish to discuss any specific problem, you can consult an endocrinologist.