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Insulin Inhalation Kit Medication
How common is the use of the new inhaled insulin? Does it have to be supplemented by another method of injection?
What affects does inhaling isopropyl alcohol have on a fetus? I use it everyday as a disinfectant when i give myself insulin .
If only this use: If you're only meaning this type of use where you don't have to inhale deeply, you will probably not be harming yourself or your baby. Some people purposefully inhale this alcohol to get intoxicated -- and this kind of use could harm both you and your baby. I suggest you avoid breathing it in at all, if possible. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I don't think so: To my knowledge there are no commercially available kits for home measurement of Insulin allergy or resistance. ...Read more
BP 178/104, hard to breathe/chest tight. A sub dr said this is okay to have this bp reading. I have shortness of breath, CKD stage 4, on Insulin, ?
Blood pressure: we would generally be quite concerned with what you describe. Get rechecked and be sure the doctor has all the possible information about you and your history. Ask for an explanation of what's going on when you see the doctor. ...Read more
I inhaled dust from a counting machine in the bank.Ever since then I ve been having chronic catarhh and weekness.Pls what medication will I take?
Irritant: Occupational lung disease can be a serious issue. It might simply be a mild case of inhalational irritation of the lung lining to hypersensitivity pneumonitis to infection to ? You really should get this evaluated by a doctor, and consider getting a chest x-ray to get a very basic picture of your lung tissue. Medication recommendations without a diagnosis is dangerous. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am type 2 DM on oral medication. Now I am preganant. Since I am on tablets instead of insulin can I continue my preganancy?
Yes: Some of the oral meds actually decrease the risk of miscarriage. Others do carry some risk and will need to be changed. There is also a chance that you will need to be put on insulin at some point in the pregnancy but you can with close monitoring have a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby. Best of wishes. ...Read more
I may have inhaled a lot of raid mosquito spray and now I have a dry cough that won't go away with cough syrup. What medications do I need?
Raid is the problem: The raid spray is irriating your mucous membrane from inhalation, and if gargling with saline rinses don't help, you can call the poison control center (for your state), and they will give you antidotes. Don't believe that cough syrup will work, as it's primarily sugar with some expectorant. Don't delay, so you can start feeling better. ...Read more
My friend did not take insulin medication for 3 days, last night was vomiting then took the medication now looks weak can he eat?
My kids' nanny is forever coughing mostly at night and she says it's been years now. But she is not feeling any pain and she is not taking any medication. She believe she inhaled a lot of cooking oil while cooking hot chips at her work (restaurant).
A 65 years old diabetic who takes insulin as treatment, can a person take any oral medication instead of insulin to control the disease?
Last resort: Insulin is often considered a last resort, given the potential complications and difficulties taking it. And often we try one of several classes of oral meds first. However, sometimes when a person's sugars are really high, it is easy to assume that it is beyond the ability of the oral meds, and we will go straight to insulin. ...Read more
My mom has a fbs result of 206mg/dl, rbs of 313mg/dl. She kept on asking why is that her sugar levels never went down even with her insulin medication?
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