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Endocrinologist•Dharwad
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Hello, thanks for the query.
I have seen the query. Whichever insulin one may take there is no need to take any form of "glucose" to avoid "hypoglycemia" because if you are taking properly calculated insulin dosage then there will be no hypoglycemia. But if it does occur then taking a small amount of sugar or a candy can help overcome the same.
The insulin dosage needs to be based on both fasting and pp glucose levels. Plus when fasting level is above 140 mg, then your night dosage needs...more
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Unani Specialist•Kanpur
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Follow these herbal combinations for complete cure initially
sootshekhar ras 1 tablet twice a day
pittari avleh 10 gm twice a day
send your reports.
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General Physician•Delhi
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You can take any juice but only precaution you need to take is to get your kidney functions tested as almost all juices contain potassium which is not good if you have abnormal kidney functions
if you wish you can consult me privately with kidney functions, lipids profile fasting sugar report and ecg for better management of high blood pressure.
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General Physician•Delhi
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It seems due to acute infection he had acute renal failure which improved with treatment his low hb may be due to number of factor such as kidney disease due to high bp and diabetes, he consumed lot of alcohol and damaged liver and poor nutrition since liver and complete blood report and iron and b12stufies are not available hence cause of low hb can be ascertained on basis of reports only
he is not able to pass urine without cather is due to prostate issue please consult urologist for that<...more
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General Physician•Delhi
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You doctor has prescribed good medicines for you for bp and svt I suggest that for time being you stop rousvastatin and continue with (i feel metoprolol will be better than verapamil both for svt and young hpertensive)
you get your fasting lipid profile, sugar urea s creatinine and repeat ecg please forward above reports and first ecg which revealed svt to me for private consultation.
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General Physician•Delhi
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Though all reports are normal as stated by you but you have not given your height weight etc as you may be a case of metabolic syndrome and high bp is one of the criteria your first degree relations like chacha, mama may be having high bp though high bp runs in families but at times one may not get definite family history the social emotional and enviornmental causes may also pray a role I advice you to check your bp once a week only for 4-weeks before checking bp take rest or be at ease for 15-...more
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Endocrinologist•Dharwad
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Hello, thanks for the query.
I have seen the details mentioned. Hba1c% of 6.9 % is showing a good control. So the present treatment needs to be continued. If you have any questions please come back with following information: current dosage of all the medications, weight, height, age, extent of daily exercise, dietary pattern and lipid profile as well as bp readings then I will be bale to guide. Thanks.
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Homeopathy Doctor•Pune
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The other name of sugar level in the blood is Glycaemia. Sugar present in the blood is known as glucose. Glucose is the amount of sugar found in the blood. Sugar in the blood is the result of the amount of the food that we consume. It is the main source of energy. The blood is responsible for carrying the glucose to all the cells of the body.

If the sugar level in your blood increases, then it can lead to the disease known as diabetes. The symptoms of high levels of sugar in the blood a...more
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No, diabates is not a std or contagious disease. You can have the normal life there is no human to human transmission.
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Homeopathy Doctor•Noida
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Uneed to start medicine immediately. Along with medicines follow diabetes diet which simply means eating the healthiest foods in moderate amounts and sticking to regular mealtimes. A diabetes diet is a healthy-eating plan that's naturally rich in nutrients and low in fat and calories. Key elements are fruits, vegetables and whole grains.
U can take (moderate amount)
grapes.
Apples.
Berries.
Citrus fruits.
Papaya.
U should avoid
sugar-sweetened beverages. Sugary be...more
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