I m 30 plus weeks pregnant had my gtt and failed fasting is 84 1 hr is 213 and 2 hr is 151 even in urine fasting is nil 1 and 2 he is 2plus now the doctor asked for full glucose profile after 5 days diet ...
function test-SGOT-91U/l,SGPT-143u/l, S alkalinePhosphatase-143U/l,i was diagnosed with fatty lever as well.i used liv 52 for 2 weeks .now my blood glucose has also increased (164 mg/dl) fasting .should i continue ...
requirement i have to go through complete tests,In that tests everything was OK but my fasting glocuse level shown 217 mg/dl after 9 hours of fasting (before 9 hour I had few chocolates and cigrate as i ...
.He advised me to check my glucose levels and the it was found 256 in fasting and post prantal 450.He advised ...).Was the burning sensation due to high glucose level?Is glimester is OK or i have to consult him again for some ...
and quite alone with this and I really need advice. I ve just had my third glucose tolerance test yesterday morning and I was shocked to see how dramatic the figures have become: Fasting level - 6.3 plus 1/2 hour ...
I ve been considered pre-diab. for 2-3 yrs (mother/grandmother both dia.), but my dr didn t feel my FPG levels were consistently high enough to warrant daily checking (tho recently I have been). Lately, my FPG levels have been 126-132. I ve lost...
Breakfast glucose is 98 and posr pardinal glucose is 141. Does it mean i am suffering from diabetes? Also have high lipid profile ratio.
criteria for diabetes diagnosis are should meet one below
1 fasting plasma glucose>126 mg/dl
2 2 hour post meal plasma glucose level >200 mg/dl
3 random plasma glucose > 200 mg/dl
you does not fit in to criteria
your levels are in control
i have so many tremors in almost all my muscles. What should I do?
are you on fasting? take some glucose water. you will be fine.
whar r d precaution 4 me as I have GlucoseFasting 131.00 & Glucose (PP) 208.00
I m 33 yrs old. Height 167 cm weight 85 kg
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You should consult a diabetologist for investigation and medication for diabetes.
You should take healthy and balanced diet as recommended by your doctor.
Reduce weight, plenty of water, do some exercise or walk regularly and avoid sweet, eat at frequent interval and cut of for oil also.
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