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A1c Diabetes Diagnosis
A1c 5.7 glucose 120 insulin 122.1 , do I need any meds, am i diabetic or pre diabetic. Family history type 1 diabetes.
Pre-diabetes: Impaired faisting glucose is used to describe fasting glucose btw 100 and 125. Your Insulin level is also quite high suggesting that your body does not respond to Insulin normall (insulin resistance). Losing weight will help your body improve its responsiveness to Insulin and keep sugars in a normal range. Many people w/ Insulin resistance do well w/ diet with minimal sugar & white flour. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
HbA1c DM or not?: 51F: A1c 5.8 is this diabetic or prediabetic? ANS: ADA says A1C level ?6.5 percent ( done 2 x) can be used to diagnose diabetes, &, identified 5.7 to 6.4 percent, confirmed with a repeat A1C measurement, as increased risk for developing diabetes. So repeat & check with your Dr who knows you best. Some conditions can lead to false test results. ...Read more
Hba1c=6,6% diagnosis diabetes. metformine for 6m hba1c=6,2%.So I tested glycemia every 2 h for 2days,never hyperglycaemia:healing or wrong diagnosis?
Several points.: Glycemia test while on diabetic medication isnt entirely valid. The AiC of 6.6% with treatment makes it very UNlikely to NOT be a diabetic (its very high for normal; pretty good for diabetic WITH TREATMENT). At really good levels, getting slightly better and moving into the category of not diabetic , impaired glycemic control occurs, but I think diabetic is more accurate. ...Read more
Yes & yes: Hi. So, you're diabetic. Now get to work adopting a healthy lifestyle! Eat healthily, exercise regularly FOR LIFE (not just the next couple of weeks or months). Talk with your doc about the great new type 2 drugs out there that control blood sugar without risk of hypoglycemia AND help with weight loss! Best time in history to be a diabetic! Be healthy! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes!: Hey! My 14 year old has type one diabetes and she's doing great! It's overwhelming at first, then you will probably feel angry for a while. I was angry for the first two years solid. But there are faster insulins, continuous glucose monitors, and new pumps coming out that will make your life easier. There are trials ongoing for "bionic pancreas" which may be approved in the next 5 years! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Symptoms of MS: Symptoms of MS vary a lot from person to person. They may be a loss of function for 24 hours or longer. This could affect vision in one eye, sensation to touch on one side of the body, weakness, clumsiness, trouble walking, or double vision. These are symptoms of MS attacks or relapses. This is the most common kind of symptom for people with MS. Many people with MS have fatigue also. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Gestational diabetes: It's diabetes diagnosed during pregnancy. It accounts for about 7% of all pregnancies in the us. Anyone can get it and there are risk factors that can increase your risk of getting it. One thing for sure, if you have gestational dm, you are at risk for developing dm lifelong (not just during pregnancy). Thus if you have been diagnosed with gdm, get check for dm every 3 years lifelong. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Celiac. B12 serum high and increasing despite no vitamins (per doc). Muscles burn, legs weak, confused. 'functional' B12 defi possible? Doc stumped.
MTHFR, iron, celiac: Could be a B12 metabolism error. Check mthfr dna and replace with methyl b12, pyridoxal-5-phosphate, l-methyl folate (folic acid). Bloodwork is only testing Cyanocobalamin - inactive form which is accumulating apparently. Also check iron studies and zinc levels due to celiac, and add multi b since fortified wheat is out. ...Read more
Delayed wound healing, bounding pulse, indigestion, and anxiety. diangosis include IBS and diabetes. 21 y/o male, 120 lb. Is it pheochromocytoma ?
Unlikely. : Typical features of pheochromocytoma would be facial flushing and difficult to control hypertension. Another possible diagnosis for anxiety and bounding pulse with weight loss could be hyperthyroidism. Bounding pulse and poor wound healing are not typically associated with ibs. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is LDL level 88 HDL 42, trig 115, & tc 153 bad for obese 54 y male with hbp, &controlled diabetes A1c 5.1. Any guidelines to follow or statin needed?
No: Your lipid profile numbers are excellent. Obesity is a threat to your health; probably led to hbp and diabetes. Better health in your case means loosing weight. A plant-based diet would do the trick. This is also good to prevent cancer. Watch " forks over knives", a video on the science of a plant-based diet. Also shows some obese patients whose hbp and dm disappeared on that diet. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm using protonix (pantoprazole) 40mg x1 daily. I'm still struggling with symptoms. Any suggestions?
I'm suffering frm chronic calcific pancreatititis and diabetes mellitus. I'm 28yrs. What's the future treatment.
Unknown: Many people who develop diabetes as a result of pancreatitis require Insulin for treatment. This is because the beta cells that make Insulin are located in the pancreas, and are injured by pancreatitis. Loss of sufficient beta cells causes type 1 diabetes. It is important to control blood sugars to prevent long term complications of diabetes, such as eye, kidney, nerve, and vascular disease. ...Read more
Ruq pain, history open chole 2012, gerd, ibs, hbv, htn, protonix (pantoprazole) 40 mg bid, hyperlipidemia, sob.
Best treatment plan for gastroparisis, barretts, nighttime gasbloat and hiatal hernia, IBS ?I see a GI , just for looking options as im newly diagnosed.
See below: Complex but not rare constellation of problems. Barrett esophagus most important - severe esophageal damage due to reflux. If no dysplasia on biopsies can be treated by hernia repair and fundoplication. Repeat surveillance endoscopy may be advised first. Gastroparesis concerning but fundo. Can sometimes improve gastric emptying. By lbs do you mean morbid obesity? Running out of space. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Diagnosed w/mild antral gastritis & mild GERD waiting 4 h pylori results-take Prilosec bid & carafate-still experience burning, tight stomach, reflux?
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