with lowbloodsugar when I was a young mother, approx. 22 yrs old, and I m now 70. Is that considered lowbloodsugar and what should I do? I m sorry for taking your time, Dr. Unfortunately, we re a family ...
.1 mg in addition to my nightly Enalapril before bed. Will the clonidine make my blood pressure toolow? ...I take 100 mg of Atenolol daily and 20 MG OF Enalapril twice daily. My blood pressure spiked to 223 ...
I m a type 2 diabetic bloodsugar is 267 and blood pressure has come down 139/86 with pulse 81 - I ... an appointment with Doctor on Tuesday- great deal of stress pass 2 weeks highest bp this week was180/106 with 74 ...
small intestine.My liver testing all came back normal except my ALT (SGPT),which was a 74.My Albumin was 4.3,Alkaline Phosphatase was 118,my AST (SGOT) was 29,my Bilirubin total was 0.6,and my Blood Urea ...
I know high bloodsugar is diabetes but what is lowbloodsugar?
Hypoglycemia, Diabetes is a condition where in you see both extremes. Both hypo and hyper glycemia.
My father is 74 yrs old, he undergone revision THR left. He is weak n his recent blood report telling hb 9.7 with a rapid bloodsugar,please help sir.
Dear sir I understand your concern.hip surgery is involved with chance of more blood loss.his hemoglobin is little low don't worry he will recover with some iron tablets.regarding his bloodsugar can you tell me his recent hba1c and sugar values befor and after food....looking for u r reply,,,,,regards
how to reduce bloodsugar level?
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You didn’t mentioned what sugar level you have. It matters in management.
If it is not too high, you can control it by diet control and exercise.
If it is not controlled, then oral hypoglycemic agents are given.
If it is still uncontrolled or very high then insulin injection is given.
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