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I'm 37 Year Old I Have Type 2 Diabetes And What We Do
Hi I'm a 26 year old female I have a total cholesterol of 206 and BP systolic of 140. I also have type 2 diabetes. I am worried I will have a heart at?
Type 2 diabetes: Type 2 diabetes may occur at your age but that would be uncommon if you are not overweight. Please check this with your doctor. If you have type 2 diabetes you can beat it within a year!!! Cholesterol and BP are not far from normal and should be "normal" if you control your diabetes. I would appreciate it if you could let me know how things develop.See 1 more doctor answer
Same as any age: If you are sure it's type 2, then it's just like type 2 in any age: Insulin deficiency or Insulin resistance or both. The most common cause of type 2 is obesity. There are many diabetes drugs currently available that do not cause weight gain. These would be the best to use. Talk to a physician about these choices. Good luck.See 1 more doctor answer
27yr old female 140lbs diagnosed with type 2 diabetes last year. I've never been overweight. Why do I have this? Hereditary? My grandmother had it.
Normal glucose...: ...For a child with type 2 dm is the same as for anyone else: about 65-105 mg% fasting, up to about 130 after a meal. Trouble with diabetes is, you don't get normal levels.
I am a 57 year old female with type 2 diabetes. I have lost about 100lbs. A doctor told me that I wouldn't lose anymore. What r ur thoughts?
Depends: It depends on your current weight and your ideal weight. With diabetes, it's usually not a question of possibility (of course you can lose more) but of safety. Regardless, the closest you are to your ideal weight and the closest you are to a stable normal blood pressure and blood sugar, the better. You may even get to go off your diabetes meds (i've had patients do that).
I am a 29 year old female, 5'5' and about 280lbs. I am also hypothyroid with type 2 diabetes. How many calories should I consume to lose weight?
First: Make sure thyroid condition treated then equation to remember is for every 100 calories you eat less, each day, for 1 month, you'll loss 1 lb / month so get rid of 200-300 cal /d of foods you usually eat, and you'll lose 2-3 lbs/ m = 2-3 pieces of bread easy :).
Is it normal to have trouble urinating (weak stream and delay) 24 hours after discectomy (62 year old male, type 2 diabetes)?
Possible causes: Depends on your previous diabetes control, you can have gastroparesis (inability for food to move through the stomach at a normal pace) causing fullness and vomiting. Other causes include reflux disease. Post nasal drips can also cause "tickle" at back of throat but typically will not cause you to vomit. If this has been happening daily, please see your doctor for an evaluation.
I am 18 years old with type 2 diabetes and I was wondering if some of the medications im taking could be effecting my period? I am 18 years old and I currently have type 2 diabetes. I have been on numerous medications some of them have been stopped after
I: I need you to clarify a few things. What medication are you on now? If it is only victoza (liraglutide) r=then that medication does not cause menstrual irregularities. Also was your first period evern this year? If you are overweight, this is likely the reason you are not having periods. When you are overweight your body produces too much estrogen which cause an imbalance in your hormones thus preventing your period. Also there is a syndrome called polycystic ovarian syndrome which tends to be common in diabetics, this is also an issue with a hormonal imbalance, also thyroid disorders can be a possible cause. I suggest you visit a gynecologist or your primary care provider for a work up of your irregular periods. Best of luck.
Exellent question!: That is the subject of debate. Fasting sugars of 80-100 would be nice, but if that goal causes you to get symptoms of low blood sugar, then higher is better. Low blood sugar symptoms can make you fall down and cause a serious injury without warning. We use numbers as goals, but we don't treat numbers, we treat patients. Your "goal" would be to aim for optimum, avoid side effects.
Should I be concerned if my boy friend has type 2 diabetes since 9 years old due to his lifestyle and not family history.?
Yes: If you are looking for a life partner that can model a healthy lifestyle to potential kids/grand kids, this is a problem. If he can conquer these issues, maybe, but if stuck in this pattern I would head in another direction.
I have been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes recently, iam 19 years old a bit scared now Haw can I improve my health? What are the care to be taken??
Hard to say: Type 2 generally applies to people whose weight/body mass is to large for the insulin production capacity of their body. There are certainly other factors but this is the big one. Adapting to a low carbohydrate diet and losing some weight can in some eliminate the need for medications as your moment to moment insulin need declines. Discuss this with your doc to see if other measures are needed.
My father (50 years old) was recently diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. How should his lifestyle look like? What sort of diet he should have?
Excellent questions: But need full diabetes and diet education which is much more detailed than can be given over the internet. Basically needs diet, exercise, weight loss, complication prevention, glucose control, BP and lipid regulation, monitoring and the proper medication as prescribed by his doctor. He need to reinvent his life to insure healthier life in the future.
My father was diagnozed with type 2 diabetes. He is 73 years old. Lately he is falling down, losing balance and having difficulty standing. Why?
Many reasons: Aside from neuropathy from diabetes, uncontrolled dm can also cause dehydration, weakness, electrolytes imbalances...These can contribute to the symptoms he's currently experiencing. Dm medication, if not taking appropriately can also do the same thing. I recommend seeing his physician to discuss possible causes and proper treatment.See 1 more doctor answer
Type 2 diabetes, 56 years old, last A1C 5.9, fasting blood sugar 90, 2 hours after meal 220, 4.5 hrs after meal 120, Glogophage 750 XR daily morning?
Excellent: Doing good! I wouldn't change the regimen if a1c is only 5.9.
Having symptoms of type 2 diabetes, + my father has it. I'm 29 and tested negative for gestational diab last year while preg. Could I still have it?
Possibly: You need to see your doctor to have it formally diagnosed and treated.See 1 more doctor answer
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