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Will Cetirizine Raise Sugar In Diabetics
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I have slightly raised round bumps of various size scattered on my arm and abdomen that itch intermittently. I am on Zyrtec (cetirizine) and they are still there.
The best would be to: It is hard to give advice without a picture of those bumps, and a more detailed history. You would be perfect patient for a concierge on line video visit. Dr Neskovic ...Read more
I have high blood pressure, diabetes can I drink zyrtec (cetirizine) to help with a sinus infection? Or should I use a vaporizer?
I would not: Zyrtec can clog the nose up when you have an infection and you want to open the nose to allow it to drain. I would not use zyrtec. Instead I would use Mucinex (guaifenesin) but not Mucinex (guaifenesin) d which can raise blood pressure. A humidifier or vaporizer can be helpful but keep it clean so it does not brew mold. ...Read more
I am a diabetic. If I use cornstarch, instead of powder, will I absorb that and raise my blood sugar due to the carbs in it??? I've asked several doct
Using corn starch on your skin will not affect your blood sugar.
For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more
Amoxyl and diabetes: Amoxicillin by itself is unlikely to raise blood glucose, however, the infection that the amoxcicillin was prescribed for can lead to instabilities in blood glucose. The blood glucose should be checked more frequently during this period and if its high contact your health care provider ...Read more
What can I do if my husband is diabetic and drinks sugar free koolaid with aspartame could this raise his sugar levels?
I don't have diabetes but sometimes after I eat my blood sugar still tends to stay low. How do I raise my blood sugar without eating?
Not known as such:
Anything is possible, but this is not a common known side effect of gemzar/gemcitabine which has many side effects. You are taking this med, likely that you are on something else as well which may be the cause.
Also, when ill, sugar levels tend to rise as well.
Best is to consult your doc...
Good luck. ...Read more
Does quitting smoking raise blood sugar? It has mine. Is this typical? I ouit smoking. I am diabetic and now my blood sugar has gone up. Are these related?
It certainly could.:
A person can gain weight or raise their blood sugar after quitting smoking in two ways, both of which can be avoided.
1. Not breaking the hand to mouth habit of smoking, but replacing the cigarette with food.
2. Not reducing your calorie intake, as the body's metabolism slows down by as much as 10% upon removal of the nicotine stimulation. ...Read more
Not diabetic. Checked blood in morning. Ranges are 78-90. Is it normal for my blood sugar reading to not raise very much? Sometimes goes down right after a meal. Will it keep going down? Or balance.
I'm taking a bacterial overgrowth test tomorrow morning and am a type 1 diabetic. If my sugar drops today, can I drink orange juice to raise it?
Any thoughts on fanapt for a diabetic with cardiac disease...Or invega (paliperidone). Will they change heart rythym or raise sugar level. Not familiar w/ them?
Invega - frequency of ^'ed fasting glucose is not reported. Tachycardia may occur in up to 14%.
Bradycardia, bundle branch block, first-degree atrioventricular block/atrioventricular block, conduction disorder, electrocardiogram QT prolonged, hypertension, orthostatic hypotension, sinus arrhythmia, sinus tachycardia may occur in 1 to 10%. REF: https://www. Drugs. Com/sfx/invega-side-effects. Html ...Read more
No: Sugar by itself does not cause diabetes. Diabetes is the inability to metabolize sugar due to lack / resistance to insulin; the pancreas produce Insulin among other hormones which help in the metabolism of glucose (sugar); those who consume lots of sugar may cause their pancreas to over work and if they were prone to diabetes may develop the disease earlier. Obesity may cause resistance to insulin. ...Read more
Diabetes: The diagnosis of diabetes is based having either a fasting blood glucose (from a blood draw) of 126 mg/dl on 2 separate days or a random blood glucose of 200 one time with symptoms like increase thirst and urination. Other test like a glucose tolerance test and a hemoglobin a1c can also be used to diagnosis diabetes. ...Read more
Sugar Problems: Continuing deterioration of health to the point of loss of body functions. I know a man that was so bad (could not even walk), the doctors told him he had 3 months to live. On his own, he decided to give up soft drinks. That was 7 years ago and now he is healthy with no walking problems. ...Read more
No: No one has ever developed diabetes from eating too much sugar, that's a popular misconception. It's too many calories and not enough activity that cause the weight gain that predisposes to diabetes - particularly if you have a positive family history and get older. Weight is the most important factor! ...Read more
Diet control: Carbohydrates are essential in the treatment of diabetes, but the "right" kind of carbohydrates. This is in addition to weight control, exercise and if necessary medications. Uncontrolled simple sugar intake is not wise for diabetics and non-diabetics alike. Consult your doctor, a good nutritionist, or go to the american diabetes association website for some insight. ...Read more
Is possible: Generally, diabetes is a chronic disease that requires lifelong medical control and lifestyle changes. More deaths come from poor long-term control than from bouts of high blood sugar. However, with a blood sugar of 600 or higher, the risk of diabetic coma due to dehydration increases. Diabetic ketoacidosis can begin with a blood sugar in the 200's and up, and is more common in type I diabetes. ...Read more
What r symptoms of being diabetic and what are your sugar levels supposed to be and what is high?
Frequent urination, undue fatigue
if concerned at all, see md to catch / treat early
and can check sugars at home with home glucose monitors, before person get these symptoms, to try to catch it early in people with family history of diabetes
pre diabetes = fasting 100-126
2 hours after eating 140-199
fasting 126 and>
2 hours after eating 200 and >. ...Read more
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