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Hi I am a 23yo female and I have stomach pain and nausea head aches and my urine is greenish with mucus have pcos and insulin resistance?
My mom has diebetes and about a month ago was put on injection insulin but its never controlled. Her blood sugar reading is 438 and having severe headaches, nausea, ect.All drs do is lower it and its still high her readings. No matter what they do her rea
Sounds complicated: Insulin always works. So something else is not right here. She may have a problem with technique ( drawing, injecting, etc) / with the Insulin (storage, type, etc.) or perhaps something entirely different. She needs coordinated care between a dm educator and physician who can jointly understand why her bg are not controlled with the best therapy we have. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Stop insulin?: That is a very troubling question! If you have diabetes and have been prescribed insulin you could be in big trouble if you suddenly stop. Please work towards getting rid of insulin by taking proper food - go online to "NuVal" - and exercising regularly. A visit to a dietitian would help as would a visit to a trainer. ...Read more
OTC meds to start: Nausea is a non specific symptom and it can occasionally be associate with serious conditions such as brain cancer. Most commonly however, it is self limiting and has no adverse outcomes. Antacids and other the counter drugs such as zantac, (ranitidine) Pepcid or Omeprazole may be all that you need. If nausea persists, you should see your doctor to make sure it is not serious. ...Read more
Related or not?: Lots of possibilities here, which can be addressed by a physical exam ; appropriate testing. Migraines for example can affect both head ; gut ("intestinal migraine"). Please however don't contribute to your stomach upset by taking excessive nsaid's aimed at alleviating distress. Get checked to rule out more esoteric pathology. You haven't provided enough specifics for a better targeted answer. ...Read more
See your doctor: Problems like these can only be correctly handled by your doctor in person. He/she needs to listen to you, perform an examination and possibly run labs or other tests. That's the only way he/she can find out what's going on and what to do about it. ...Read more