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My legs and feet have no feeling but the pain is continuous. Over the last 10 years it slowly progressed to both legs and feet. For the 1st 5 years it was like the shooting pain but it has settled down to just constant severe ache like pain in ankles and feet. Blood circulation is fine and wounds heal fast. Although I fall often, I have learned to walk like I am on stilts so I can not use a walker or crutches. I do use a cane and a wheel chair. I often stub my feet and lose nails or break toes without any pain. I fell last fall and broke my fibula. They put in two tightropes in my ankle. As my leg is numb I had very little pain except some in my knee. As I had no pain I could walk the next after surgery as normal with my cane. (upset the hospital staff so they put a million motion buttons so every time I moved a bell would go off) after 2 days they put me in an ambulance to a rehab center but I called my daughter to pick me up the next morning and went home. I pretty much used a wheel chair for three weeks and then went to my podiatrist who took x rays and said it was healed up nicely. I am 90% disabled from vietnam, have type 2 peripheral neuropathy diabetes melitus and have a host of other health problems including acute pancreatic bouts and kidney and bladder problems (which they say I have but I disagree) I do not trust the va for a host of reasons. My questions - could the paralyzed legs come from some other condition that the diabetes or neuropathy? I am grossly over weight usually around 350# but have been big all my life. I am 6'4" but have fairly short legs - inseam 32" and 4x shirts. My cholesterol runs around 150 and the triglycerides about the same. My a1c goes up and down usually between 6.4 and 7 for the last 6 years. For the last 5 years I have used distraction for the pain as most pain killers have very little effect on me.

My legs and feet have no feeling but the pain is continuous. Over the last 10 years it slowly progressed to both legs...
Morbid obesity seems to be the cause of your leg pain. At your age weight reduction activities should be under medical supervision. Diet therapy is also required along with physiotherapy training.
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Hi sir, following are the test results of my mother (58 years old) done recently. The doctor has prescribed the following medicines: bilypsa - 1-0-0 efelobe - 0-1-0 udiliv 300 mg - 1-0-1 nucical d3 (60k) - weekly sir, my question is related to the use of bilypsa in particular which is used for the treatment for controlling lipid parameters like high triglycerides (hypertriglyceridemia, and controls high blood sugar and blood glucose (diabetic dyslipidemia). Question - 1: as per the test reports triglycerides & hdl cholesterol levels are well within the normal range, so is it ok to still take bilypsa as prescribed? If yes, for what use? Question - 2: is the rest of the medication right for treating the condition of fatty liver, gallstones, kidney function, and lowering high levels of potassium? Test results - investigation haemoglobin (serum) - 15.1 gm/dl rbc count - 5.29 million/ul rdw - 14.5% mcv - 84.8 fl potassium (serum) - 5.2 mmol/l hba1c (edta whole blood) - 6.1 % triglycerides (serum) - 99 mg/dl hdl cholesterol (serum) - 54 mg/dl ldl cholesterol (serum) - 110 mg/dl sgot (ast) (serum) - 43 u/l sgpt (alt) (serum) - 21 u/l alkaline phosphatase (serum) - 128 u/l vitamin d, 25 hydroxy - 17.9 ng/ml ultrasound whole abdomen gallbladder shows evidence of few calculi of the size 2.1 cm left kidney shows 5 mm cortical calcific focus in lower pole impression: fatty liver cholelithiasis left renal cortical calcification.

Hi sir,
following are the test results of my mother (58 years old) done recently.
The doctor has prescribed the follo...
1) the bilyspa is given here to avoid variations or mild fluctuations of lipid levels that can be associated with the underlying conditions 2) the rest of the medicines are fine for fatty liver, gallstones, kidney function, and lowering high levels of potassium bilypsa tablet is a medicine used in the treatment of diabetic dyslipidemia. It helps in controlling both high cholesterol, especially the triglycerides and blood sugar levels in diabetic patients. Use of bilypsa tablet along with a proper diet and exercise results in a better blood sugar control. It is considered best to take bilypsa tablet before the first meal of the day.
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I husband has fatty liver and spleen is also enlarged. Please let me know if it can be reversible to normal. Age 45. Weight 86 kgs height 5.7.

I husband has fatty liver and spleen is also enlarged. Please let me know if it can be reversible to normal. Age 45. ...
Liver can repair itself so if you take necessary step to treat high cholesterol, diabetis an unhealthy diet and obesity can reverse fatty liver lose weight ,lower your triglycerides through diet medication or both avoid alcohol ,control your diabetis if you have it ,eat a balanced healthy diet, increase your physical activity enlarged spleen prognosis depending upon the cause the enlarged spleen may return to normal size and function when underlying cause treated or resolved eg mononuclesis, some common cause of enlarged spleen include liver disease cirrosis due to chronic hepatitis b ,c, fatty liver due to alcohol abuse gaucher disease ,a lipid storage disease.
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Hello just checked my lipid and found triglycerides 1150. Please guide I am in stress. Rest parameters like diabetes lft kft and thyroid is normal. Please help.

Hello just checked my lipid and found triglycerides 1150. Please guide I am in stress. Rest parameters like diabetes ...
Triglycerides are extremely high. I suggest you for ayurveda virechan chikitsa to bring down the triglyceride levels. You can consult for proper treatment.
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I am suffering from liver cirrhosis, stage-i, i'm taking bilypsa 4 mg od. Is it ok for me or should I take nusame 400?

I am suffering from liver cirrhosis, stage-i, i'm taking bilypsa 4 mg od. Is it ok for me or should I take nusame 400?
Both have different functions and you have to ask your doctor who knows your body condition. Nusam 400 Tablet protects the liver cells from toxins and helps the liver to perform its normal functions. Bilypsa Tablet has dual action. It lowers high blood triglycerides as well as blood sugar, and improves the insulin resistance.
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Sir .i take my lpt 6 months before tg was 440 .then Dr. prescribed me stanlip 145 .after some months I feel good .but nowadays I have chest pain and headaches .but ecg and bp is normal .sir I need suggestion please.

Sir .i take my lpt 6 months before tg was 440 .then Dr. prescribed me stanlip 145 .after some months I feel good .but...
Diet is best treatment for high triglycerides, reduce items like sugar starch, increase traditional health foods like nuts butter eggs.
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Recently did lipid profile test of my mother total cholesterol is 213 hdl is 40 ldl is 140 triglycerides is 130 is any problem doctor? Age 50.

Recently did lipid profile test of my mother
total cholesterol is 213
hdl is 40
ldl is 140
triglycerides is 130
is an...
Yes it is more or less normal. Follow this 1. Don't take tea empty stomach. Eat something like a banana (if you are not diabetic) or any seasonal fruit or soaked almonds and a glass of water first thing in the morning (within 10 mins of waking up). No only biscuits or rusk will not do. 2. Don't overeat 3. Take your breakfast every day. Don't skip it. U should eat whatever your mother or grandparent eat in bfast. I mean to say whatever is your traditional food. If punjabi eat paratha, if belongs to south then take idli/ dosa etc. 4. Have light meals every 2 hours (in addition to your breakfast, lunch n dinner) e.g. Nariyal paani, chaach, a handful of dry fruits, a handful of peanuts, any fresh n seasonal fruit (eat whole fruit not juice), a cup of curd/milk etc 5. Take simple food like rice n dal in dinner. Finish your dinner at least 2 hours before going to sleep. 6. Maintain active life style7. Avoid fast foods, spicy n fried foods, carbonated beverages 8. Take a lot of green vegetables n fruit. 9. Drink lot of water.10. Everyday preferably sleep on same time exercise in the form of yoga, cycling, swimming, gym etc.For more details, you can consult me.
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