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What is the most common and best medicine for diabetes/low blood sugar? Pill form preferred

A: Sulfonylureas are quite common. These diabetes pills lower blood sugar by stimulating the pancreas to release more insulin. The first drugs of this type that were developed -- Dymelor, Diabinese, Orinase and Tolinase -- are not as MORE......
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diabetes & low blood sugar?

A: and i missed the card question - long-term, excessively high BG levels (250+ mg/dl) can lead to coma or death. but it''s the sort of thing i imagine you would feel coming on......


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low blood sugar or diabetes?

A: diabetes... What is diabetes diabetes means that your blood glucose (often called blood sugar) is too high. Your blood always has some glucose in it because your body needs glucose for energy to keep you going. But too much glucose in the blood isn''t good for your health. Glucose comes from the food you eat and is also made in your liver and muscles. Your blood carries the glucose to all the cells in your body. Insulin is a chemical (a hormone) made by the pancreas. The pancreas releases insulin into the blood. Insulin helps the glucose from...


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low blood sugar levels? but i dont have diabetes? is there anything i should do? should i increase sugar?

A: No. do not go back for more sugar. low blood sugar means that you probably get pretty tired feeling around 2 p.m. every day, for one thing. This is a good time for you to have a banana. You may awaken grouchy. When you feel grouchy for no reason, have a spoon full of peanut butter to help you feel ''nicer''. Hypoglycemia is what you can look up on the web. It will help you to understand that this is easily taken care of with your food intake. Eating 6 small meals or snacks a day will help you, a LOT. You should stay away from white flour products (pasta, bread, crackers, etc), white sugar, desserts, etc. as much as possible and have more protein (meat, chicken,...


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low blood sugar question?

A: Sounds like hypoglycemic. I have a friend who has that. See your dr! I''m not a doctor, but my daughter is goes through the same thing!! You could be hypoglycemic. You don''t have to be diabetic to have low blood sugar. Talk to your doctor about it. They can do a blood draw to test for that and to test your Thyroid also. I don''t know if this helped, but good luck to you. low blood sugar is called hypoglycemia. It can be just as bad as diabetes. Like the other person said, have your doctor test you for it. I had those same types of spells for years without being diabetic or hypoglycemic. Now I...


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low blood sugar questions...?

A: diabetes has recently been cured in a study... havent you heard of this?.... by the way... theres also been a natural cure thats been around much much longer than this study. follow my source. sounds like you have your sugars mixed up alright your sugar levels should go down when you exercise they go up when you eat food are you sure that your sugars have a dot between the 1 and 7 if so that is very low normal sugars should be 4.0 to 7.0 you can carry life savers or a chocolate bar in your purse or pocket to raise sugar levels My 26 year old bf was diagnosed with type 2

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Does atenolol ever cause low blood sugar?

A: You should inform your health care provide if you think you''re having a problem with your blood sugar. low blood sugar levels have been reported in people taking atenolol (Tenormin) and other beta-blockers. This side effect is more common in infants, children, and people with kidney disease or diabetes. low blood sugar levels are also more likely to occur in people who are fasting, such as before surgery or after prolonged exercise. Symptoms of low blood sugar can vary; examples of early...


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If you pass out from low blood sugar?

A: If someone has low blood sugar, chances are, they are diabetic. Call 911 first thing. But do not sit around and piddle on your butt waiting because there is a time when the body goes too long without sugar (I''d say within 4 minutes of passing out) and you can die. You would get something sweet and give it to them. HOWEVER, do not give them any liquids...they will aspirate it. A diabetic that is on insulin should ALWAYS CARRY Glucagon. Cake frosting, for example, is a good thing to use. Just put it into the sides of their mouth (not a whole lot) and wait until they regain consciousness. Diabetic people need to carry that with them at all times. As a diabetic, I have a tube of cake frosting...


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What happens if you have low blood sugar if you have diabetes?

A: hyperglycemic attack (sp) Basically they faint, get dizzy, sick etc. If they do not have sugar they could fall into a diabetic coma. x According to what the doctor told me about my son, and that is if his sugar was too high. Then he should take his insulin, and then you would have to eat afterwards so it does not bottom out. The best thing a diabetic can eat is Peanut Butter, and drink orange juice is has natural sugars which is healthy for a diabetic. Keep in mind orange juice works temporarily, but if you dont eat afterwards it can go back down again. If someone has a low blood sugar if they are type1 diabetic then they can take syringe...


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Why do I get so dizzy? low blood sugar?

A: always havce a candy or chocolate in ur pocket. beware my friend low blood sugar is much more bad that high blood sugar and can lead to coma and in bad cases death. so have a high sugar meals. This actually sounds more like low blood pressure to me. A BS of 54 is low, but you hadn''t eaten for 4 hours, and had a low calorie shake. It could''ve been as simple as that. I think you should evaluate with a doctor to be sure you''re not hypoglycemic (you could have BS issues w/o necessarily being diabetic), but I wouldn''t be terribly alarmed about...


 
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