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Can Type 1 Diabetes Cause Headaches And Migraines
I feel like im going to pass out, im so tired, shaky, sweaty, hungry, headache, slurred speach, I have type 1 diabetes, bg isn't low.?
Go to ER: You don't say what your bg is. These symptoms in a diabetic need urgent evaluation.
I feel like passing out, im so tired, shaky, sweaty, hungry, headache, slurred speach, can't concentrate, I have type 1 diabetes, bg is perfectly normal. Help?
See MD: These symptoms are concerning and merit an urgent evaluation in the er or by your pcp.See 1 more doctor answer
Why am I dizzy all the time and get headaches daily, always tired, and blurry vision sometimes. I also have type 1 diabetes for 4 years. What's wrong?
Poorly controlled: Diabetes can give you all those symptoms. Have to be aggressive with management. Diet, exercise, lose weight, stay away from carbs. Also be sure your thyroid levels are normal. Discuss this with your doctor or endocrinologist. Very, very important to take care of this asap before complications arise!See 1 more doctor answer
I have been urinating very often and have dry mouth. I have also had. Headache for four days now which gets better or worsens to a migraine. Diabetes?
No, Possibly Reverse: As embodied souls, mind, emotions & brain control body, millions of signals/sec, with corresponding feedback. Thus, though complex, the opposite is a bit more likely. While someone with type 1 might be appreciative that a hormone they are no longer able to manufacture is available to help them stay alive; they are also likely to find monitoring & adjusting frequent injections a pain; promote anger.
Not likely: The general answer is no but you'll need to be more specific about your tests of interest.See 2 more doctor answers
Hello. Can type 1 diabetes cause a false negative hiv test I tested for hiv ab/ag at 3 months negative and hiv1, 2 at 6mnths negative Is it conclusive?
I am a 16 year old diabetic and I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes one year ago. Do you think they will find and give me a cure in my lifetime?
Diabetes: Never give up hope. Research in the the field of diabetes is active snd ongoing.
Neurologic or Muscle: How many years have you had type one diabetes? What is your a1c? How has your control been over the years? I see you have high blood pressure and take Hydrochlorothiazide? When was your potassium last checked? Low potassium is a side effect of Hydrochlorothiazide and can cause cramping like this. Definitely see your doc and have K+ (Potassium) checked
Does crying significantly affect blood sugar levels? My friend's son has type 1 diabetes. She has been trying to keep her son from crying because she is afraid that it will cause his sugar levels to significantly rise or drop. Because of this most of th
See below: When the body experiences stress there is a natural tendency to increase the sugar levels in the blood to get ready to "fight or flight". This is a normal response. Stopping a child from getting angry or sad is virtually impossible, but the effects should be self limiting. Blood sugar levels naturally rise and fall during these occasions. Your friend can discuss further with endocrinologist.See 1 more doctor answer
Depends: I seldom recommend juices any more because I consider them little more than flavored sugar water. The potential health benefits are over sold, as you can get the nutrients in a calorie free pill. As a practical issue, a small amount of juice, as part of balanced nutrition, is fine for most, including diabetics. However, I have treated many chubby kids who dropped 10 lb/yr by just eliminating juices.
Does hypothyroidism cause type 1 diabetes? I am hypothyroid and my nonfasting blood sugar at 10am post on, pepsi, waffles, was 65.
Could you please explain the possible causes of TRACE ketones in the urine of a 12 month old? There is a family history of Type 1 Diabetes. Thank you.
Trace ketones: In urine may be useful in determining hydration which may have involve many benign or serious causes. Would recommend blood tests to diagnose more serious concerns like Diabetes Mellitus Type 1. In the near future we will also routinely check Genetic factors to determine the likelihood of developing disease in the future, even without signs/symptoms.See 1 more doctor answer
Increase insulin..: Resistance (liver procuction of sugar-reduce muscle uptake ofsugar)
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