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What Causes low blood sugar Levels After Eating?

A: Eating triggers the pancreas to release insulin which helps the body move the sugars out of food and convert them into usuable energy. Foods with high sugar content can cause the ''over-release'' of insulin, which converts sugars too quickly, causing symptoms of low blood sugar. If you go a long time without eating you will get low blood sugar. When you eat, the sugars are broken down by the liver and transferred into the blood....


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What do you think of my low blood sugar video?

A: well, that is exactly what will happen if you don''t get that BS up to normal. OJ and peanut butter crackers are the best to raise that BS...if candy is eaten, it will raise it in a hurry but it will drop again in a hurry also. It was kinda blury, and I think it should be in color. Other than that it''s OK. Cute video, Jack. Thankfully, I''m a non insulin dependent, well controlled type two and rarely go low enough to take any action. I can appreciate your thought on making that video, though. very good i like the blur effect. cool but you should''ve shown more flesh It shows a frightening picture of an extreme case of hypoglycemia, it should have been narrated to give plausible explanations as to what was going on and what could happen. scared the **** out of me...


Q: 

What Causes low blood sugar Levels After Eating?

A: Eating triggers the pancreas to release insulin which helps the body move the sugars out of food and convert them into usuable energy. Foods with high sugar content can cause the ''over-release'' of insulin, which converts sugars too quickly, causing symptoms of low blood sugar. If you go a long time without eating you will get low blood sugar. When you eat, the sugars are broken down by the liver and transferred into the blood....


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Solutions anybody?1) 3 low blood sugar in the last 2 wks on three diabetes meds2)on Benazepril 40 mg & Amlodipine 10mg, but my BP is still high

A: Hello, Thanks for asking dLife. Benazepril is among the drugs that can cause hyperglycemia (high blood sugar). Amlodipine is also known to raise blood sugar. If you are maintaining a healthful meal plan and regular exercise schedule, glyburide is most likely contributing to the hypoglycemia (low blood sugar). Glyburide is in the class of medicine called sulfonylurea. Sulfonylurea helps your pancreas make more insulin, which then lowers your blood glucose. Once on insulin, patients usually discontinue taking sulfonylurea. Talk with your doctor about reviewing your...


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What Should I Do For A Maltese With low blood sugar Level?

A: Make sure he has constant access to food. You should keep Nutri-cal (a high-calorie supplement paste. ) If his sugar drops, he will become weak, this leads to seizures, and/or death. Nutri-Cal given daily, will help prevent hypoglycemia, and will treat it, if it occurs. Ask your vet for more information. Dogs can have diabetes just like humans. If you think your dog has low blood sugar you should talk to your dogs Vet so he can recommend the proper solution. Take it to the vet, the vet can tell you how to control the dogs blood sugar problem. They can tell you how to control it and what if any diet it needs to keep the dogs

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Does diltiazem affect the ability to feel low blood sugar?

A: Your question concerns whether diltiazem (Cardizem) (http://www.everydayhealth.com/drugs/diltiazem) can affect your ability to feel low blood sugar.. There are no documented interactions between diltiazem and Lantus [insulin aspart] (http://www.everydayhealth.com/drugs/lantus). Studies that were done have concluded that diltiazem does not have any significant effect on lowering blood sugar. It is always a good idea to check with one...


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I am a woman with very low blood sugar & having a problem keeping it high enough, have passed out several times already. Any suggestions?

A: Everyone on insulin will experience a low blood sugar reaction once in a while but you are having too many lows and they are severe if you are passing out. lows are caused by 1. too much insulin 2. not enough food ( especially carb intake) 3. not compensating for increased activity by decreasing insulin or increasing carbs before the activity 4. Skipping meals 5. going too long between meals ..and several other less common reasons such as problems with the kidneys or stomach-empting. You need to make an appointment with your doctor ASAP. It is likely that your insulin needs to be changed or adjusted. In addition is is very important that you have someone examine...


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What Should I Do For A Maltese With low blood sugar Level?

A: Make sure he has constant access to food. You should keep Nutri-cal (a high-calorie supplement paste. ) If his sugar drops, he will become weak, this leads to seizures, and/or death. Nutri-Cal given daily, will help prevent hypoglycemia, and will treat it, if it occurs. Ask your vet for more information. Dogs can have diabetes just like humans. If you think your dog has low blood sugar you should talk to your dogs Vet so he can recommend the proper solution. Take it to the vet, the vet can tell you how to control the dogs blood sugar problem. They can tell you how to control it and what if any diet it needs to keep the dogs

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low blood sugar in a 19yr old

A: low blood sugar ? Is a very hard thing to control if the body is not producing the right amounts of insulin and it is a form of diabetes and could be a sign of hopefully not of diabetes for life and this can be as bad and same as high blood sugar and you and he need to watch for hypoglycemic symptoms like shaking and nausea this could indicate an attack is near and he will need to drink or eat some sugar before he passes out again and he needs to have an A1C test done if he has not already had one and get into a very good diet and tell the doctor to test him for any thing that needs to be done to help find out weather its the diet or any...
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What are symptoms of diabetes/low iron or low blood sugar?

A: You need to take her to the doctor asap. She could be having episodes of hypoglycemia, which can be very dangerous.... Singlero... ! Diabetes often goes undiagnosed because many of its symptoms seem so harmless. Recent studies indicate that the early detection of diabetes symptoms and treatment can decrease the chance of developing the complications of diabetes. Some diabetes symptoms include: Frequent urination Excessive thirst Extreme hunger Unusual weight loss Increased fatigue Irritability Blurry vision If you have one or more of these diabetes symptoms, see your doctor right away. and visit http://www.reddiabetes.com diabetes?.....my signs were slow to heal from cuts etc....tired all the time...couldn''t sleep well....headaches at times....juvy diabetes may...


 
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