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Hyperglycemia question? How long does it take to drop with insulin?

Hyperglycemia question? How long does it take to drop with insulin?

Many variables : It will depend on several variables: type of insulin, dose, blood sugar level, type and amount of food and degree of Insulin resistance. ...Read more

Dr. Marlon Levy
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Hyperglycemia (Definition)

This is a term that just mean high blood sugar. This can be caused by many things such as exercise, stress, eating excess sugar and the ultimate diabetes. Diabetes occurs when the body can not longer process its sugar out of the blood stream and is sustained or continuous hyperglycemia. Everyone's blood sugar will rise a little after they eat, but most peoples will return ...Read more


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How are the hyperglycemia and lipidemia of insulin deficiency linked?

How are the hyperglycemia and lipidemia of insulin deficiency linked?

2 birds, 1 stone : Insulin is the main hormone necessary to keep blood sugar from going high. It brings glucose into cells for fuel. With Insulin deficiency the cells can't get their fuel properly and sugar levels in blood increase. Insulin is also one of the hormones necessary in fat metabolism. Insulin deficiency will negatively impact fat storage and metabolism resulting in increase of free fatty acids, etc. ...Read more

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I weight lift heavy 1hr 20m, two rest day. Could I be sensitive to over training? Hx: hypokalemic PP, hypo & hyperglycemia, high igf-2, high insulin.

Over training: You may be overtraining. Please have a diabetes trainer who will carefully determine your iissues and what needs to be done. You might need to see a trainer. Please let me know how things develop. ...Read more

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Omg!i found out asking questions here that what I have is hypoglycemia not hyperglycemia. Now what do I need to do next?

Omg!i found out asking questions here that what I have is hypoglycemia not hyperglycemia. Now what do I need to do next?

6 little meals a day: Hypoglycemia is often helped by eating small, frequent meals through the day. Be sure to eat protein and carbohydrates together to avoid a high spike of blood sugar, followed by a deep 'crash.' hypoclycemia can make you feel sweaty, shaky, clammy, or dizzy. But eating regularly can help prevent these symptoms. Stay away from sugary treats and emphasize vegetables and fruits. Lgromkomd. ...Read more

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Can people have hypertension, hyperglycemia , and hyperlipidemia use food for long term cure?

Can people have hypertension, hyperglycemia , and hyperlipidemia use food for long term cure?

DIET: Great question: optimal diet is DASH Diet: low salt, low saturated fat, low cholesterol, 8 servings of colored fruit and vegetables daily, \low refined carb; low bread; no sugar; whole grains and low animal protein (4 - 5 oz per day of very lean meat, fish, poultry only). Don't smoke. Drink 3 liters fluid per day. Minimize caffeine. Add omega 3. Achieve ideal weight. Exercise twice daily. ...Read more

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My father, he is 58 year old and he got a hyperglycemia about 3years , in this case what medicine he need to take ? How to protect and stop high sugar ?

My father, he is 58 year old and he got a hyperglycemia about 3years , in this case what medicine he need to take ? How to protect and stop high sugar ?

Depends on severity: How to deal with hyperglycemia really depends on how severe the problem is. A low glycemic diet & exercise will help, & certain supplements can be helpful such as berberine & cinnamon. It would be useful to know other lab values such as HGB a1c, to tell how high the blood sugar has been over months, & Insulin level to tell how well the Insulin is being used. A healthcare provider can help. ...Read more

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How long do side effects last after lumbar epid. Celestone (betamethasone) inject. (odd heartbeat, hyperglycemia) ?

How long do side effects last after lumbar epid. Celestone (betamethasone) inject. (odd heartbeat, hyperglycemia) ?

Short term: The side effects typically last less than a few days. Technically, the medication is active for 3weeks, but the side effects shouldn't last that long. See your doctor if they are getting worse or if any new ones develop. ...Read more

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Equivalent to seroquel but without the s/e of wt gain, hyperglycemia? I take it along Effexor (venlafaxine) prescription for sleep but still have trouble sleeping.

Equivalent to seroquel but without the s/e of wt gain, hyperglycemia?    I take it along Effexor (venlafaxine) prescription for sleep but still have trouble sleeping.

If you don't need : An antipsychotic, then you could try trazodone. Start on a low dose under doctor's supervision and then gradually increase by 50 mg a night until you are sleeping adequately but not hungover the next day. ...Read more

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Dr. Quang Nguyen
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Insulin (Definition)

A hormone produced in the pancreas by the islets of langerhans that regulates the amount of ...Read more