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45 yrs old male with hypertension, diabetes mellitus, grade1 fatty liver and a grade 1 prostatomegally. What medicine should I take?

Ask you doctor . Determining what medicine to take for your medical problems is not as simple as a cookbook recipe. It is based on a complete history, physical examination, and ultimately a relationship between two individuals regarding lifestyle, risk tolerance, and education. These things are a two way street with your doctor. I hope this helps! Read more...

What is the treatment of hypertension and diabetes melletus type one and diabetes mellitus type 2 and what is the diagnosis for each disease and how w?

Diet, exercise and. Weight loss are good for both. Diabetes is diagnosed on the basis of your blood sugar and other lab tests; hypertension by checking your blood pressure. Your doctor can advise you and help with diagnosis and treatment for both. Many behavior modifications and treatments are available. More info can be found @ diabetes.Org and webmd. Read more...

Hello. I am a medical student and I would like to ask help regarding the diagnosis of a patient. C/c syncope (+)Hx diabetes mellitus and hypertension?

Do a detailed workup. You have to do a workup for syncope "from scratch". The history gives you everything from hypoglycemia to postural hypotension to adverse drug effects. But, syncope may also reflect primary CNS and neuromuscular disorders. Start with a detailed history and physical. It may help to have an online source like Up-to-Date handy. Read more...

My relative is 84 yrs old has diabetes mellitus and systemic hypertension plus rt. Frontoparietal hemorrhage. Na in blood is 121. Chance for recovery.

Chance is slim. More information is needed to answer your question better. Your relative may likely survive with residual neurological deficits in cognitive and motor functions (ability to eat, move limbs, walk, etc.) after recovery. Quality of life will be certainly afected for your relative. Read more...
Hard to say. With bleeding inside the brain, the consequence can be permanent. It is essentially a type of stroke. Perhaps, the treating doctor will have better idea. Read more...