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Sir, 38 years age. I have got TSH (thyroid stimulating hormone) test, which is 5.80.. T3 is 1.05, T4 is 7.52. SGPT: ALT is 94. Please guide me exact situation, it is normal or not. What to do. Any medicine. Prefer homeopath.
I am diabetic for the last 5 years. I was taking glyciphage for 3 years. Then Dr. Changed it coz the tablets were not getting dissolved. Now I am taking gemer n janumet. Of late I can again c tablets in the toilet bottom even after flush. Please advice. I am 53 years old.
I'm 23 years male. I always have cough problem. I think it maybe thyroid. Can you please tell me symptoms of thyroid?
Can we donate blood to a diabetic patient. hepatitis positive. And receiver blood group is B+ and donor blood group is O+
I have a question about my diabetes. My age is 36. I am suffering from hypertension since 6 years & Diabetes from 2.5 years and take tablets for both diseases in morning. For diabetes I take glimepiride 2 mg + Metformin 500 mg prescribed by doctor. My query is dat when I test my pp sugar after 2 hours of meals it comes around 240 but when I again test after 3 hours of meals (1 hour after pp sugar test), it comes around 150. Means the value of pp sugar test which should come after 2 hours of meals generally comes after 3 hours of meals. Is this ok or should I need further tests or medicine changes. My Hba1c is 6.2 which is good.
I am 32 years old. I tested blood sugar 157. It is good or bad, if bad give me suggestion. Amar. Shaw2@gmail. Com?
Dear sir/madam, today I tested tsh. The result is 21.09 microIU/ml. What does it mean. Explain me in detail. Is there any big issue to deal. Please help me out.
I have taken the blood test of thyroid n my T3 is 128. T4 is 8.3. TSH is 5.92 wht precaution should I take .should I take medicine or still I control by proper diet everyone say ki if you take medicine den till your life time you have to depend on medicine wht are the food I should avoid n wht are the food I take so that it will remain normal or in control or I can use some home remedies to control.
I have peeing many times a day though doctors confirmed in their reports that I don't have diabetes. I have a feeling that I can't stay calm if I don't pass urine, though in trickle. Suggest me a remedy.
Addison’s disease is a disorder caused due to significant damage in the adrenal cortex (located alongside the adrenal gland’s perimeter that helps mediate stress reaction), which leads to a deficiency in the secretion of the hormones ‘aldosterone’ (that regulates the sodium and potassium level of the body), ‘androgen’ and ‘cortisol’ (which control the body’s reaction in situations of intense pressure) by the adrenal glands.
There are generally two stages of Addison’s disease. The causes vary according to the stages:
In the primary stage of the disorder, the body’s immune system attacks the adrenal cortex and significantly damages it.
Other significant causes are as follows:
- This might occur as a result of the development of tumors and cancerous cells in the body
- Resulting from certain infections
- Long-term usage of glucocorticoids (inflammation reducing steroids) might result in the primary adrenal insufficiency
- This might also be caused due to tuberculosis or severe bleeding in the adrenal glands.
If you’re suffering from any one of the following complications, your chances of contracting Addison’s disease increase significantly:
- Cancer or if you have undergone any surgery to remove parts of the adrenal gland
- Tuberculosis or diabetes.
- Frequent usage of coagulants
The treatment of Addison’s disease varies according to the cause of the disorder.
The most common treatments for the disorder include:
- A prescribed dosage of glucocorticoids might be recommended
- Replacement of the hormones that the adrenal glands are unable to produce: Cortisone acetate or prednisone might be used in order to replace the ‘cortisol’ hormone.
- Meditation or other relaxing techniques to ease excessive stress levels or manage any trauma that you have been through.
I'm 26 female n Im diabetic can you please suggest me some food items n food habits that provides good control over my blood glucose can I conceive.
I am 37 year female having rheumatioid arthrities, and thyroid. To combat I am taking medicines for thyroid, but what shall I do for arthrities, antistreptolysin-o is 310iu/ml its paining legs and joints, shall I take painkiller is that the only remedy? I dont want painkiller.
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