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Please tell me symptoms of dengue and what kind of medicine or health test we should take for it's treatment.
I'm suffering from sickle cell. And I have always breathing problem and I can't do anything like singing sport's etc. And I have always bone pain. It is genetic. Please help me. And suggests some medicine and treatment. And chest pain also.
I am 65 male vegetarian 5'3" 55 kg, no sugar, bp, but 25% more cholesterol and normal health. A week ago my feet swelled noticeably. I didn't care. It normally in a day. Again, now, after 3-4 days, a little swelling is seen. Now also I have not taken any care. Your advice whether I need any medical attention please.
Sir, I am 19 years old, Today I saw a drop of red blood in my stool first time. Pls suggest me what should I do.
I feel bloated after each meal. It lasts for at least 1-2 hours after I eat and then it's normal. Throughout these 1-2 hours, I try to burp a lot. And if I'm not able to burp in a satisfactory way, I also have a lil panic attack and I just feel horrible and it scares me. What should I do about this?
I have acidity gas & bloating but sometime make feel stomach is full even I take little amount food like muri with chanachur and feel weakness sometime. Pl suggest me.
While spitting blood comes. For some time. 4 years back I was suffering from TB So please suggest. Is there any serious concerns.
I feel bloating, gas and belching in the stomach whole day plus the stomach growls often. I don't feel like eating a lot, it's also not letting me put on weight. Please suggest a permanent solution for this problem.
There is a swelling in my right testicles. Its size is double that of my left one. What is the reason and what would be the remedy.
My relative have been diagnosed with bilateral renal calculi in both right & left kidney of 4.8 mm to 4.4 mm in size. I want to know that can he drink BUTTER MILK (Chaanch)? Please let me know that. Thank you.
As summer is approaching here are some of the signs, symptoms and tips to combat dehydration.
Dehydration is when your body is losing more fluids than it is taking in.
#Prevent it by drinking lots of water daily! By the time you feel thirsty, you are already dehydrated.
Water contains no calories and is great for your health in other ways. The amount of water you need is dependent on body weight.
You lose water in many different ways: urine, sweat, feces, and even breathing! Even if you are sleeping, water is being consumed by your body's functions.
#Dress for the weather to make sure that you're not sweating more than you need to. If it's a hot, humid day, wear lighter clothes.
#Water load when needed. If you're going to participate in a sport or a strenuous activity, then drink up before hand ("water loading"). Then drink at regular intervals (around 20 minutes or so) during the activity.
# Keep an eye open for symptoms. The most common signs of dehydration are-
Dizziness or lightheadedness,
Dry, sticky mouth
Nausea or vomiting
Producing less urine or darker urine
Stomach or leg cramping
Feeling hot (Body temperature 99-102 degrees Farenheit)
#Take breaks when you show signs of dehydration. If you experience any of the symptoms above, then rest for a while in a cool area and drink plenty of water. Remove clothing that constricts blood flow, or air circulation. If you are feeling nauseous, or have already vomited, begin with sips of water, and keep sipping. Fruits are great source to replace lost electrolytes. Give nothing by mouth to an unconscious, or barely conscious person.
#Use wet towels or a water mist on the skin to aid in cooling.
#Avoid any intentional dehydration,like sterneous exercises to loose weight quickly.
#Dehydration can often occur with a stomach problems. One loses lots of fluids through vomiting and diarrhea.
#Look out for diabetes-related dehydration. Diabetes is another illness that can dehydrate you. An overabundance of sugar (a "diabetic coma") will increase urination as your body attempts to decrease the glucose in your blood. If you urinate frequently, see your doctor, who can tell quickly if diabetes is present.
#heat stroke as an emergency. It is a severe change in mental status or unconsciousness, or body temperature above 102 degrees Farenheit, is a medical emergency! Immediately cool the person off using whatever methods are available: shade, wet towels, fans, or a cool water bath (below the neck). And consult your doctor immediately.
>Avoid dark, constricting, or airflow restricting clothing. Avoid covering your skin with anything which prevents sweating.
>If you find it hard to drink that amount of plain water, you can try squeezing fresh lemon, lime or orange slices into water.
>Avoid alcoholic drinks: beer, wine, wine coolers, and liquor. That cold beer may taste good after exercise, but the alcohol in it serves as a diuretic, taking water out of you faster than you can replace it.
>Have fruits like watermelon, and tomatoes that add to the water level in your body.
>Drink more water on windier days, because the wind blows water away from your body. Ever notice your breath on a cold day? That mist of fog you see is the water you are losing through exhalation.
>Avoid colas, coffee and black teas; they contain caffeine and tannic acid that serves as a diuretic, drawing water out of the bloodstream.
>A good indicator of whether or not you are taking in enough fluids is your urine. Your urine should be clear enough to easily read through.
>Limit your amount of salt intake everyday. Those salty fries may look good. But they will dehydrate your body faster. If your going to eat something salty, make sure to have some water on hand! Or just drink more water!
>If your body becomes 2 percent dehydrated or more, you can become lethargic, mentally slow, and cranky. But drinking an appropriate amount of fluids not only hydrates your body and helps you beat the heat, but also cleanses your system and flushes out toxins… transports nutrients… lubricates joints… aids your digestive system.
STAY HYDRATED AND KEEP SAFE THIS SUMMER.
My age is 20 I av high sugar levels what should I do and I hav pcob problem too please help to healthy.
Dear sir /ma'am .My father is diabetes patient so I want to know while testing of blood sugar in morning (fasting) by accu-chek meter it's shows normal (102 mg/dl) .But 2 hours after the start of meal it exceeds 300 mg/dl ,even my father takes regular medicine.
Diabetes mellitus is one of the most common and fastest growing metabolic diseases. India has the highest incidence of diabetes and is infamously known as the diabetes capital of the world. This is the result of the adverse effects of modernization and urbanization on our lifestyle. As it is influenced by lifestyle changes, it can be prevented or at least the complications can be prevented by taking appropriate therapeutic measures. Early diagnosis is the key to avoiding the long-term suffering by the patient.
Symptoms to diagnose diabetes:
Sudden weight loss- Unexplained sudden loss of weight is caused on the onset of diabetes. The reason behind is that insufficient insulin levels in the body prevent the metabolism of carbohydrate. As the glucose does not breakdown to provide energy, the body starts breaking the stored fat cells to provide energy for survival causing weight loss.
Increased thirst- When glucose becomes hyper-concentrated in the blood stream, the kidney loses its ability to re-uptake glucose from the water. Under normal circumstances, all the glucose is absorbed from the urine. But because the kidney is unable to absorb the glucose, its concentration is high in the urine creating an osmotic pressure on the kidney. This pressure eventually becomes so high that the kidney is unable to absorb water resulting in dehydration causing excessive thirst.
Increased urination- As the concentration of glucose is too high it is continuously excreted form the body in the form of urine, causing excessive urination.
Increased hunger- Due to the lack of insulin the body is not able to burn glucose to provide energy, hence the cells are always giving signal of hunger with the expectation that more food would be able to provide for energy.
Tiredness- As the blood thickens due to the presence of excessive glucose; it slows down the circulation of blood in the vessels causing lesser uptake of oxygen and nutrients. High sugar levels in the blood also cause inflammation of blood vessels causing a feeling of lethargy and tiredness.
Hence, early detection is the key to the management of diabetes. It can help the person to manage and delay any vascular complications, which may be relating to eyes, extremities, kidney or heart.