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What would cause hypoglycemia (60) with high beta hydroxybutyrate 3.2 and insulin high at 7.3? Non fasted, non diabetic.
Reactive hypoglycemi: B"sd sounds like a colleague has ordered hypoglycemia evaluation. Clinical details needed for full interpretation, but the results given would be compatible with typical post-prandial reactive hypoglycemia. Often seen in states of insulin resistance which would include pre diabetes. More than happy to discuss with the details. High BH pretty much rules out insulinoma or insulin injection. ...Read more
Advice adjusting my insulin while in metabolic ketosis to lose weight.Testing both (capillary) glucose & beta-hydroxybutyrate. ?
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Myopathy: Myopathy is a disorder of muscle. There are many causes from inflammation, infection, metabolic disorders and degenerative disorders. I would discuss this with your doctor who may refer you to a neurologist or rheumatologist. Since you have only had myopathy for such a short time, you may be experiencing an inflammatory process, for which there are several treatments. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Get 2nd opinion: It's hard for me to answer that question without seeing your radiographs. Do you have pain? Do you have discomfort to hot/cold/chewing? Trouble sleeping at night? If you were diagnosed as needing 3 root canals, you can always get a second opinion from another dentist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Many Types: There are more than three types of malignant tumors. A cell from any organ (liver, skin, lung, brain, blood, breast, ovary, etc) may proliferate without regulation and produce a malignant tumor. ...Read more
Food safety: The american academy of pediatrics advises that honey should not be added to food, water, or formula that is fed to infants younger than 1 year age because of risk of botulism toxin – a spore that can cause types of paralysis. Older children and adults have acids in their intestines that can neutralize the toxin, so the risk is not as great for children over 1. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer