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Suffering Diabetes Ed
PDE5 inhibitors: Hi. Make sure your diabetes is well controlled. Do you have any neuropathic or vascular complications? I'd start with the PDE5 inhibitors (the Viagra (sildenafil) family). If that doesn't do it, there is a prostaglandin drug you either inject into the penis or slip up the urethra. Lastly there are surgical implants (urologists do these). Good luck! Let's put a smile on both your faces! ;-) ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Doctor can advise: The primary care doctor or the endocrinologist can advise one on what precautions are needed, because they may depend on how good or how bad one's diabetes is. Diabetics try to avoid heart disease, high cholesterol, obesity, etc... They usually get eye exams. Their infection-fighting powers and their wound-healing powers are not as good, so they have to really take care of themselves. ...Read more
How did i know if I am at risk to have diabetes type too even if i had close relatives was suffering from it ?
I m 26yrs old n suffering from diabetes with 336 fasting .Plz provide some useful suggestion to maintain health?
OUT OF CONTROL: Your diabetese is out of control fasting blood sugar of336 is not acceptable.You did not give other information whether you are on any meds;are following your diet.So what you need asap is consult your doctor or an endocrinologist and discuss your treatment options which may include 1diet and exercise regimen;weight control if over weight 2oral drugs for sugar 3insulin a choice 4bp;cholestrol che. ...Read more
My grandfather is suffering from diabetes.His glucose level is increasing with age.How can he reduce his glucose level?
Education of Dz: I agree with dr. Krauser. Education on the do's and dont's of daibertes is improtant, as well as knowing the signs and symptoms of high and/or low sugars. Diet, exercise and the improtance of making regularly scheduled visits with your dr. Are of great improtance in helping you control diabetes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What to do if I'm 26 suffering from diabetes and I had faced erection problems so many times but not on regular basis.?
Control : Hi. I hope you tightly control your diabetes and don't have complications. However, since you have ED, you may have neuropathy. How is the relationship with your partner? If it's not good, that can impair the hardware. PDE5 inhibitors (Viagra (sildenafil) family) help many people. Other options can help too. Talk with your endocrinologist or maybe a urologist. ...Read more
I m suffering from diabetes from last 13 years i m taking medicine glicomet gp3 850 morning b b/f and dinner but still not control sugar level .
Dr, i'm suffering from diabetes since one year in this time my sugar level increasing and decreasing why this problem please give me any suggestions?
Stable nutrition: Hi! most variability in the sugar that occurs in new diabetics is due to their dietary choices. Your blood sugar changes with intake of carbs (sugars) and amount of exercise. In order to minimize the ups and downs of your sugar level, stay consistent with the daily diet, minimize carbs, and have regular exercise. Stress and lack of sleep may also increase your sugar. ...Read more
some patients with uncontrolled diabetes might can develop peripheral neuropathy,which can lead to a condition call us Charcot arthropathy.
In this condition fractures and dislocation of bones and joints can occur with minimal or no known trauma ...Read more
My mom is suffering from diabetes...Can u give me advice what she can eat and what she cannot to control her diabetes?
Yes: Read, ↓↓Sugar: Similar questions answered on healthtap many times. Dm is ?ed blood sugar (though this is too simple), thus drastically ? all sugar/cho intake. Low sugar always due to medication tx complication, not dm per-se. For type ii, ??sugar/cho, high fat, moderate protein foods work best; victoza, (liraglutide) titrated up from very low dose by pt, not md. Best med currently available. Study taubes, attia, lusting, etc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sometimes: Some of the advanced changes that we see in diabetic with neuropathic changes are: loss of protective sensation to the feet (neuropathy) wounds that are slow to heal excessive dryness excessive callus formation wasting of the small muscles in the feet resulting in deformities if you think you might be diabetic, stop in with your primary care provider for a few simple diagnostic tests first. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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