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What are the symptoms of high blood sugar?

A: When you cut yourself and you bleed carmel filling. I had high blood sugar because I was skipping meals. It was at 300 mg/dl. In English, that meant I was headed for type II diabetes. I didn''t have any discernible symptoms, it was found out from some blood work. Well hyperglycemia (high blood sugar) symptoms very from person to person. There is no set of symptoms. Being a nurse some common thing I have seen are pt tend to become thirsty, agitated, and report feeling hot. More common are

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What are symptoms of high blood sugar and what can you do about it?

A: Unusual thirst. Blurry vision. Woosie. There are pills for this. noting There are not a lot of symptoms for high blood sugar. I''m told some people can feel it in their eyes. To lower your blood sugar: Drink lots of water Don''t eat. Do some cardo. Your blood sugar will drop. thirsty as hell and piss constantly thirst, frequent urination, blurred vision, weakness, tiredness, dizziness, ypset stomach, an infection, dry itchy skin, fast breathing, hunger even after a high sugar meal and even...


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I know the symptoms of low blood sugar, what are the symptoms of high blood sugar?

A: symptoms of high blood sugar, or hyperglycemia include excessive thirst, dehydration, blurry vision, and fatigue. You can read more about the symptoms and dangers of blood sugar highs and lows at: http://www.dlife.com/dLife/do/ShowContent/blood_sugar_management/high_and_lows/...


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symptoms of high blood sugar

A: Introduction to high blood sugar high blood sugar, also known as high glucose, results when the concentration of glucose in the bloodstream exceeds 120 mg/dl (milligrams per deciliter). Episodes of high blood sugar are known as hyperglycemia, not to be confused with hypoglycemia, or low blood sugar. According to the Mayo Clinic, blood sugar levels may not cause

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Are These symptoms of Low blood sugar Controlling You?

A: Does this diet plan sound familiar? A person with hypoglycemia becomes tied to a daily bad habit that never helps alleviate blood sugar problems. You probably wake up with a cup of coffee and a piece of toast. Then you feel a little woozy as though your system hasn`t buffered up yet. You grab a soda or tea and feel a little better. At lunch you have another soda and perhaps a sandwich or pizza. You feel like dozing off an hour or two after lunch time, and you crave another cup of a caffeine-laden drink to kick-start you again. Afternoon snacks might include crisps or other refined flour,

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Will they give someone an insulin shot at the hospital for temporary relieve of high blood sugar?

A: insulin injections are the last resort. Your doctor may try you on a strict diet with moderate exercise(therapy) first. They will do whatever it takes to help you, 300''s is very high. that is possible, but that shot will only help for a little while. you need to get on medication so you can start feeling better Did you ask this type of question already? Mostly they will try to treat you with something else other than insulin unless you are confirmed with Type I Diabetes. Glucophage (Metformin) is an oral medication that can help lower and maintain blood sugars and in generic form is rather inexpensive. And agreed, 300 is not going to kill you or make you slip into a coma. I''ve seen people...


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What are some hidden symptoms of high blood pressure? I took my blood pressure today and it was?

A: There could be a lot of reasons for high blood pressure. Some of the symptoms are fatigue, dizziness, problems with your eyes, like a blurry image that lasts seconds, feeling sleepy. the symptoms are similar to the ones caused by hypoglycemia. all these are common symptoms but check your blood pressure again because it could just be caused by a medication you took. If not go to your doctor and get some tests and medication if needed. It''s high, but you can try natural means to lower it before you go on meds: 1) Lower salt to 1500 mg/day 2) Drink lotsa water each day...


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My dad has been in the hospital for 2 weeks now. He went in with symptoms of low blood sugar-he has

A: Hi, As you said your dad is a diabetic . His Anti- diabetic drug dose needs to be adjusted along with the diet tocorrect the low sugar levels . The cause of Hypertension may be stiffening of the arteries . Please consulta cardiologist and Diabetologist or change the hospital . Hope this helps you . Take care and regards !...
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Whenever I diet, I get symptoms of low blood sugar?

A: well, when you diet, what do you eat? and how much? also, why not keep healthy snacks handy? i almost always have a luna bar, balance bar, or thinkthin bar in my purse and backpack. compared to a bag of chips or cookies, they''re not such an unhealthy snack to hold me over when i still have a couple hours before i''ll be able to have a real meal. i was also recently reading an article, i wish i could remember what magazine, but it talked about how one of the things not to do it beat yourself up for having something not diet approved. and they were talking about how it''s ok if you slip and have a cookie or something in the afternoon. just make up for it later by having a lighter dinner, or skipping a glass of wine...


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My son 13 years has low white blood cell count, is that because of high blood sugars?

A: Hello Muff628: Thank you for bringing your concern to dLife. Uncontrolled blood glucose plays havoc with the whole body and ''yes'' the white blood cells, these cells being involved in the destruction of invading bacteria or foreign materials, they can be adversely impacted by chronic elevation of blood sugars. Long standing hyperglycemia has the potential to damage the kidneys, eyes, nerves, blood vessels, heart, can also impair the function of the salivary glands leading to a reduction in the salivary flow. Additional consequence of chronic hyperglycemia: tongue...


 
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