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Insulin Reaction Gel Medication
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?
How can high sugar be controlled if in spite of medication its coming high. When should one change to insulin! thanks?
I just had two spoons of cashew butter and two gulps of milk? Will that help with insulin reaction?
Yes.: By the time you read this message you will know better than i whether it worked. The object of treating Insulin overdose depends upon the type of Insulin injected. For most short acting Insulin a 15 gram carbohydrate load should be adequate and you should be feeling better at 15 minutes. If it is a longer acting Insulin will need a longer plan and shold probably contact your physician. ...Read more
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
Which reaction: Is this lipoatrophy or lipohypertrophy? Are you referring to redness or puffiness at the injection site? ...Read more
Is taking insulin injections only option for diabetes patients or there is also some oral medication available for this purose?
Diabetes: The vast majority of folks w/diabetes have Type ii Diabetes which is primarily from lifestyle. The body can make insulin but it cannot transport it into the cells to make ATP, which gives us energy. W/work it can be reversed. Type I diabetes comes from a malfunctioning pancreas and insulin is not being produced. It is typically diagnosed early in life while Type II develops later.Peace&health. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Blotchy skin: It is possible,but not common, for insulin to cause itchy blotchy skin. You must let your doctor know and then decide if it is or is not related to the type of insulin you are using. There are many insulin products and it would be wise to make a change but that might not have any effect on blotchy skin. If you can, let me know what you find out from your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Insuline resistance: In healthy men, chronic smoking was associated with high plasma Insulin concentrations, independent of other factors known to influence Insulin sensitivity . In addition, the long-term use of nicotine gum was associated with hyperinsulinemia and Insulin resistance. Smoking (also in habitual smokers) acutely impairs Insulin action and leads to Insulin resistance. ...Read more
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