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Fasting blood Glucose 6.6 home test ??

A: Hello Samantha61, A fasting glucose level of 6.6 mmol/L (approx. 119 mg/dl) is in the range considered impaired glucose tolerance (sometimes called prediabetes). This is not considered overt diabetes. often an increased level like this correlates to some insulin resistance. This can be induced/exacerbated by many different factors including increased weight and various other hormonal issues. You may want to discuss this with your doctor. Also, this level should be reconfirmed to be sure it wasn''t a spurious level. Unfortunately, your symptoms may actually be due to a number of other issues and the glucose is only one of the possible causes. It sounds like you are in...


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side effects of singulair

A: To view the recorded side effects you can click here.  The symptoms you describe are not on this list, however that does not rule out anything.  Your mom should definitely call her doctor immediately, if she did not do so already.  Her doctor will be able to determine if her symptoms are a rare side effect of singulair, or if something else is going on.  She''ll want to discuss with her doctor whether or not to continue on with her trial with Singulair. ...


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Alzheimer"s symptoms

A: Cindy, what kind of doctor was your step-dad referred to? He should see a neurologist with a dementia specialty or a geriatric psychiatrist with a dementia specialty. Its good that he"s had a Cat scan - at least then they have likely ruled out strokes and tumors. Did they say what they saw on the scan? Any shrinkage? What you are describing could very well be the early stages of Alzheimer"s or it could be a lot of other things.  Alzheimer"s is only diagnosed by ruling out everything else it might be. Confusion and memory problems can stem from small strokes (so small the person may not show other signs of stroke), drug interactions or side effects, thyroid problems, pernicious...


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I''m thinking of taking Wellbutrin for my depression?

A: The only way to know for sure if it helps with your depression is to have your doctor prescribe it. I have both depression and anxiety that has run in my family. Different meds work best for different people a d you just have to make adjustments in dosage or meds to did the right one that works for you. You might want to also talk with your doctor about strictly an SSRI like zoloft or lexapro. This is used to treat both depression and anxiety. I started off on wellbutrin and zoloft which worked well and then other things came into play that I had to stop the wellbutrin because of an interaction with another med I had to start taking for adult ADD. I see a psychiatrist who has me on lexapro...


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  My last medical checkup showed a reading of 50 L ( GFR estimated ). I am 68years old and otherwise in good shape. I runor walk at least 3 miles per dayand my heart is in good shape. Can a low reading be reversed with lifestylechanges. Itake a lot of vit

A: Hi, Thank you for your question to the forum. Although without being able to examine you and knowing yoururinalysis report and BUN, serum total protein, serum albumin/CBC, I can not conclude any final diagnosis tolet you know reversing the eGFR result. Any significant fall in eGFR (estimated GFR-Normal above 60 mL)indicates toward Chronic Kidney Disease, but only if this level persists for more than three months. Yourpresent eGFR may be considered normal if you do not have any other symptoms or rest of the investigationreports are within normal range since GFR decreases by 10 ml/min/1.73 m2 every decade of life after 30 years.Additionally, sometimes vegetarian diet may also cause a lower GFR...


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Dizziness and weakness as a symptom

A: Hi and welcome tot he forum! I am glad that I can help you. You want to know the cause of the symptoms that you experience. Individuals may experience dizziness and weakness in one of the following conditions: anemia, decreased blood pressure or diabetes. Diabetes is a metabolic medical condition which is characterized by polyphagia (eating great amounts of food), drinking great amounts of water, polyuria, or reducing weight. According to the data that you decribed, you may or may not experience any of the medical conditions listed above. You may consider having...


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what is the cure of asthma?

A: Perhaps the most important step in controlling asthma is establishing a partnership between doctor and patient (whether child or adult) to create a specific, customized plan for proactively monitoring and managing symptoms. It is essential to be certain that someone who has asthma understands (and takes an active part in deciding) what needs to be accomplished, including reducing exposure to allergens, taking medical tests to assess the severity of symptoms, and possibly using medications. The treatment plan should be written down, consulted at every visit, and adjusted according to changes in symptoms.The most effective treatment for asthma is identifying triggers, such as pets or aspirin,...


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What Are the Different Types of Anaphylaxis Treatment?

A: Some individuals have an immune system reaction to something their body perceives an as allergen. Anaphylaxis is a severe allergic reaction. Anaphylaxis treatment should begin as soon as symptoms start. People who have a history of anaphylaxis may be prescribed an EpiPen® for use at home in case a reaction develops. An EpiPen® contains a dose of epinephrine, which may reduce severe allergy symptoms and stop an attack from becoming worse. In addition to a reaction to an allergen, as occurs with true anaphylaxis, some medications such as aspirin can cause a pseudo-anaphylaxis. This form of anaphylaxis is different because it is not caused by a response from...


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Prednisone Withdrawal symptoms

A: Hi,Discontinuation of steroid medications should be done on a gradual basis (i.e. tapered), except if they havebeen given over a very short period of time. The main reason for a gradual taper is that patients may develop symptoms of steroid (prednisone) withdrawal.These symptoms include:joint pain muscle pain fatigue headache fever low blood pressure nausea and vomiting Women also may note menstrual changes. Abrupt discontinuation of treatment in patients who have been on steroids for a prolonged period of time maycause severe

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What Are the Most Common Causes of Afternoon Nausea?

A: There are many reasons for afternoon nausea, including caffeine use, lack of sleep, or an illness. One of the most common causes of afternoon nausea in women is pregnancy. Nausea is body`s way of suppressing the appetite because something is wrong, usually either in the digestive tract, blood sugar levels, or the balance center in the inner ear. Balance center issues may include infections in the ear or simple motion sickness.. Despite its name, morning sickness during pregnancy does not only occur in the morning. Afternoon nausea is quite often associated with pregnancy, especially in the early stages. If nausea in the afternoon or evening...


 
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