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Had Some Not All Blood Sugars High On Test So Am I Gestational Diabetic Or Not
My mom is diabetic. I got gestational in both my pregnancies. My blood sugar both fats & n/f is fine but my BMI is very high. What lifestyle changes ?
I am a diabetic and have not had a period for months. I have taken a pregnancy test and it has come up negative. What could be t my blood sugars are not controlled.
Amenorrhea : Amenorrhea (absent period) is obviously caused by pregnancy; if pregnancy is not the case other issues that can cause amenorrhea are hormonal changes, significant weight gain or loss, stress/anxiety, perimenopausal(beginning of menopause); thryorid disorders, and diabetes. My advice is to get your diabetes under control, and expect to see a return of your menstrual cycle. Make sure you inform your doctor that you are having this problem. Please take good care. ...Read more
Should i see a doctor? I have been a diabetic for over 12years and my blood sugars have never been normal. Recently i hav not had my period for going on 3 months now. I've taken several home pregnancy tests, which have all came back negative. I feel bloat
Please : Please make an appointment to see your physician, you really need to be examined to figure this out. Best wishes. ...Read more
I recently had a fasting blood sugar test and it came back high. 102. Does that mean I have diabetes? This is the first time i've ever had this high
How do you know if you have low or high blood sugar of if you have diabetes, without a blood test?
I had a hida scan done result ejection fraction of 35% I am diabetic pain is worse since test and blood sugars are high is this normal?
Borderline result: 35% gb ejection fraction in most labs is borderline normal. Your physician has to consider gb ejection fraction along with symptoms of biliary colic for proper therapy.Ingestion of food prior to study does affect result. Being diabetic I do not know how many hours fasting prior to test. Usually 6-8 hours. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Are these symptoms diabetic? My blood sugar was checked just randomly at some walkathon and it was pretty high according to the nurse there it was 245 over some low number i can't remember. Anyhow I am a person that suffers from hyperglycimia as it is and
I : I am not sure about those nausea and faint feelings but there is little doubt that you have diabetes if your sugar was above 200 randomly. Nausea and feeling faint are not typical symptoms of diabetes. But you might feel better once you have that diagnosis confirmed and you get your sugar/diabetes under control. Check in with your doctor to get a fasting glucose measurement, hemoglobin a1c, other chemistries and an exam to check blood pressure, pulse etc. Take care and i hope you don't stop walking see the link below. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My random blood sugar test result is 120mg/DL in 19 weeks of pregnancy is this too high? Do I have gestational diabetes how can I control my sugar
Is high blood sugars always a sign of diabetes? In other words an my high blood sugars be high and i don't have diabetes?
High sugars=diabetes: I hear you when you ask "do i really have diabetes?" but the definition of diabetes is elevated blood sugars. The cause of the elevated sugars is either the inability of Insulin to get your sugars out of the blood circulation into your cells -insulin resistance - or from failure of the pancreas to produce enough insulin. The elevated sugars can do damage so just use it as a life challenge. ...Read more
Diabetes: High blood sugar is the result ; not cause of diabetes. The cause of diabetes is Insulin whether absent in type1; deficient or resistance in type2 or gestational. Some risk factors like sugary drinks, obesity, age, stress, infection or dawn phenomenon predispose a person to diabetes. Hope it helps. Thanks. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Lower sugar: As a podiatrist, i'm always recommending my patients on how to lower their blood sugar. Diet, research which foods are high in glucose such as bread and fruit. Eat smaller portions more frequently. Stay away from buffets. Exercise, 20 mins. A day after a meal. Do lower impact cardio such as biking, swimming, running on the elliptical or treadmill. Meds, see your family dr. About the proper pills. ...Read more
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