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Sugar Disease Symptoms
Indirectly/disbetes.: Eating sugar does not cause disaeses by itself. Sugar is necessary for the body. However, too much sugar can lead to diabetes, and obesity, which are not only issues by themselves, they can lead to other problems like hypertension, atherosclerosis, heart disease;failure, visual disturbances, renal problems, and endometrial cancer in women, to name a few. A balanced diet and exercise is advised. ...Read more
I have blood in my stools on a regular bases i think it may be linked to eating of to much sugar I have Crohn's disease?
Be seen: You need to see your physician for an exam and diagnosis. ...Read more
Is ulcer disease/fatty liver common in ppl who eat fair amount of junk/sugar but are around 9pounds underweight and have no fam history of NASH?
Different diseases: Peptic ulcer disease is usually the result of congenital predisposition as well as lifestyle, irregular meals, smoking, etc. NASH is most commonly encountered in patients with diabetes and based on the eating habits described that will have to be ruled out. I do not see an immediate link between ulcer and NASH. ...Read more
If cancer is a metabolic disease, why are we feeding children w/ DIPG lots of carbs & sugars...limited glucose should be helpful preventing growth?
Be discerning: Cancer is not a "metabolic disease" as represented on websites like the one you have been reading. It's the result of accumulated genetic mutations. You're not going to "limit glucose" in any case -- anything you eat gets turned into this, as it's the key fuel in your body. I trust you'll have the common sense to recognize when a website is offering complete disinformation -- many cancer sites do. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Any thoughts on fanapt for a diabetic with cardiac disease...Or invega..Will they change heart rythym or raise sugar level..Not familiar w/ them?
I have had a lot of back pain, high blood sugars, and nausea lately. Possible signs of kidney disease?
Yes: Typically kidneys do not hurt. Usually back pain is musculoskeletal. Kidney pan does not change with movement, position or heat. It is usually located in the sides of the back just under the rib cage. If you have high blood sugars, you are chronically at risk of kidney disease. If acute rise think of a kidney infection especially with nausea. You need to be seen promptly. ...Read more
T1 diabetic, kidneys leaking 1000 mg of protein. Is this full failure or K. disease that can be fixed with Ramipril and good control of blood sugar?
Potentially yes: Peripheral nerve problems could be due to secondary metabolic imbalances due to the renal issues, but also could be complication of medications you are using, and of course could be due to a co-morbidity associated with an additional disorder. There may well be one unitary disorder causing both kidney and nerve dysfnctn. ...Read more
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