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Losing weight after miscarriage. Anything danger? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 08-Aug-2013
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User:Hello Doctor
User:I have a question regarding my wife
User:my wife had miscarriage in aprial end
User:and then she started getting weak
User:she reduced weight about 12kgs
User:we tested blood suger it is not 432
User:what could be the reason?
User:Blood glucose is now 432
User:what could be the reason?
Doctor:There can be many reasons
Doctor:She may be having Diabetes or if there is any severe infection going on the body
Doctor:432 is big number
User:so what should we do now?
Doctor:And she needs to consult her doctor as soon as possible
Doctor:Was it fasting level?
Doctor:or Post lunch?
User:post lunch
Doctor:Ok. Still they are high
User:we went to diabetologist on sunday
Doctor:It is better to get them checked one more time and also go for fasting levels
Doctor:What did he say?
User:done couple of tests and given insulin
User:we are in confution is this related to diabetic or any infection
User:because my wife had obrtion
Doctor:Most probably it may be diabetes
Doctor:But some rare secondary things need to be ruled out
Doctor:I would advise one simple international guidline
User:tell me
Doctor:If the fasting sugar levels are more than 120 on two separate days, she can be declared diabetic
Doctor:Go for fasting levels on two different occasions
Doctor:Did you follow what I said? Please get back to me in case of doubts.
Doctor:Is there any thing else I can help you with?
Doctor:Are you there?
User:if that is the case, how long she need insulin
Doctor:Depends on levels
Doctor:Is there any thing else I can help you with?
Doctor:Thanks for consulting.Bye for now.
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