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Diabetic. Takes medication followed by regular exercise. Head spins for a moment. Cause? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 11-Jul-2013
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Doctor:How can I help you?
User:gud morning
Doctor:Good morning... Proceed with your query
User:i just wanted to ask my mom is diabetic ,
User:and she takes medications properly followed by regular exercise also , but recently she gets " chakkar " any time during the day
User:is it related to sugar level
Doctor:Does she also suffer from high blood pressure?
Doctor:Since how long is she known to have diabetes?
User:she checked her B.P also 130/90
User:diabetes she has for the last 3 yrs
User:i hv already attached the reports . if u can view in My magic .
Doctor:Giddiness in association with diabetes occurs due to few conditions such as autonomic neuropathy or metabolic changes.
Doctor:Incidentally this may be related to a new problem in her balancing system - ear or brain.
User:oh , is it
Doctor:The exact cause can only found by clinical examination - blood pressure check up (lying and standing position); blood sugar check up; ear examination and neurological examination.
Doctor:Without an opportunity to physically examine her and perform the test, I am unable to predict the exact cause.
Doctor:Therefore I suggest you to take her to her treating doctor and get it checked.
Doctor:Have you followed?
Doctor:Do you have any questions?
User:yes , absolutely
User:i will do accordingly , thanks doctor .
Doctor:Thanks for consulting me.
Doctor:Bye for now.
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