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I have checked blood sugar & HBA1C and it is 112 fasting & 185 is PP & HBA1C is 6.1. Is there is any chances of getting diabetic.
It is said that sugar patients can take mango in a restricted quantity. Does it harm type 2 patients too. If they take it, how much and in what frequency they can take it.
I am 45 years old and a patient of type 2 diabetes for the last 15 years can I take protein supplement with out carbs I do exercise for one hour every day.
Dear Dr. My fasting blood sugar is 107 & PP is 126. But Hba1c is 8.0. Shall I start taking allopathic medicine? How to bring down hba1c level by what diet plan? Please advise. Thanks. Yogen.
My wife age is 26 years and an year back when she consulted a skin doctor for hair fall, we realized that she was hypothyroid and her TSH level was 8.5 at that time and she has multiple other vitamin deficiencies and started treatment for all these and 6 months back even PCOD problem started and we have started treatment for this as well from a gynecologist and the thyroid treatment is being taken from an endocrinologist She was initially given thyroxine dose of 50 mg and for first 6 months thyroid was in control, but from last 4 months, her thyroid levels were moving up and down, not sure if this is because of PCOD treatment being taken in parallel or because of hormonal changes 2 Months back her thyroid levels went negative (hyperthyroid) and doctor suggested to decrease the thyroxine dose from 50 to 25 mg and because the dose has been reduced, menstrual problems started and from last 2 months she hasn't got her period and spotting is appearing almost every alternate day and when we got tested the thyroid level yesterday, now the TSH level has bumped up to 18 and free T4 was around 0.62 and now the doctor was suggesting to increase the dose to 62 mg and come and meet after a couple of months. Now we are completely frustrated because how can we get to know whether thyroid values are increasing or decreasing, so that accordingly dose can be adjusted before it has gotten worse, she is doing yoga every day, she quit coffee / tea, she is eating leafy vegetables every alternate day, she is taking thyroxine medicine on time every day, her weight is according to her weight (5-5 height and 60 kg weight, she doesn't eat non veg and doesn't smoke or drink. She is very disturbed and often crying as we want to try for a baby when the health condition is stabilised, but because of this thyroid she has become weak and lost interest on her. When thyroid was not detected, the only problem she has was hair fall and as soon as we started medication, PCOD problem started, irregular menstrual problem started started etc etc, I still wonder that we shouldn't have started external medication and instead would have focused on curing it naturally by exercising and by following a healthy diet, I strongly feel, since we started medication, it was used to external medication and stopped it's functioning. Now we want to give homeopathy a try, is it wise to do so or how should we go forward?
I am aged 54 year, my hair did not gone grey, and also do not use specs at this age. I feel young to me. But my blood report on glucometer shows fluctuating sugar level after food from 190 to 450, but I do not feel anything, my wound getting heel soon, my blood pressure are normal, I have no pain in any part of my body since birth, but I remain very busy even in office and at home, due to which I do not get sufficient time for sleep and rest after food and even after breakfast, this was continued after I had my first child, due to his care, I have notice this sugar in me last 4 year, I feel that because of my busy target and lack of sufficient sliip continuously for about 17 years, my sugar show high in my blood, is it not so, please. Reply.
Im diabetic. I was put on insulin since I was and during lactation but now I wld like to switch to oral medicine as im not feeding the baby. Im taking humalog 25.8 units in the morning and 6 in the night and sugar levels are normal with fasting below 110 and PP below 130.
Hello sir, I'm suffering with headache from more than a year and simply took medicine to cure it. But now days its increasing day by day. I feel nauseous, memory issue and have pressure in eyes, I feel very confused and sad all the time. I feel dizziness all the time. I m suffering with thyroid also but its very nominal. Around 6. But this headache is turning me off. Please suggest me sir is it due to thyroid?
CAN INSULIN RESISTANCE BE REVERSED? When I went for a regular check my gp saw the thickening on neck area and ordered a fasting insulin test it was 26. I haven't gone back to him yet. By googling this I have seen insulin resistance as the cause and also if I go without a meal for 6 hours I get sweaty and tired and crave food. My fasting bg is 78 and pp is 129.
Situated in the neck, the thyroid gland plays an important role in the body– it produces hormones required for regulating growth. Through its role, the thyroid gland influences most metabolic processes in the body. Problems of the thyroid gland can range from simple conditions such as goiter (enlargement of the thyroid glands) to something as fatal as cancer. The most common thyroid problem is the abnormal production of hormones.
Overproduction of hormones by the thyroid gland results in ‘hyperthyroidism’ whereas underproduction of hormones causes ‘hypothyroidism’. It is necessary to take steps to deal with thyroid problems as their complications can be severe at times.
Ayurveda is a time honored system of medicine, the treatments of which have holistic healing properties. Ayurvedic treatments are free from side effects as they do not contain synthetic ingredients. In case of thyroid problems, Ayurvedic remedies focus on balancing the production of hormones. The various doshas in the body – kapha, vata and pitta are balanced, so as to promote overall wellbeing.
Irrespective of whether you are suffering from hyperthyroid or hypothyroid, Ayurvedic treatment has some viable solutions that are aimed at elevating your health condition. Though there is no direct mention of thyroid in the Ayurvedic texts, there are major implications that hint towards a disease like thyroid that is caused due to imbalance of body fluid and its probable treatments.
The various Ayurvedic herbs that help with addressing thyroid problems are –
Ashwagandha: Ashwagandha is a very widely used herb in Ayurvedic medicine due to its numerous benefits. It has anti-oxidizing properties which calm the brain and strengthen the immune system. It helps relieve symptoms of fatigue and inability to focus, both being indicators of thyroid problems.
Bacopa: Bacopa is a herb that is extremely beneficial for the overall health of the nervous system. It helps you focus better while boosting memory capacity. It also helps in controlling and reducing inflammation.
Black Walnut: Black walnut is rich in magnesium that helps in proper functioning of the thyroid gland, a deficiency of which causes thyroid problems.
Bugleweed: A herb that is effective in treating cold and cough, bugleweed also has beneficial effects on the thyroid gland. It is often used as a sedative or an astringent.
Coleus: Coleus is a herb that is rich in anti-oxidants, which help in minimizing free radical damage in the body. It helps in improving the functioning of the thyroid gland and also helps in the treatment of certain cardiovascular disorders.
Echinacea: A herb that strengthens the immune system of the body, Echinacea plays a vital role in preventing thyroid problems.
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