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Parkinsons disease and high blood sugar levels - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   my dad is having tremors in his face, blood sugar is 540 and he has parkinson's. is this parkinson's or stroke like symptoms
Doctor :   hi
User :   Hi...
Doctor :   can you describe in detail about the tremors in face
User :   his left side of his face is shaking every few minutes or so; he can't drink water as it spills all over him.
Doctor :   does he have any weakness of hand or leg
User :   we are checking that; no it does not appear to have any weakness in his hand or leg. he is on glipizide
User :   he is also on carbidopa
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   from when he is suffering from parkinsons disease
User :   do you mean how long? since 2002
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   is he hypertensive ?
User :   what kind of symptoms would that be? anger?
Doctor :   hypertensive means does he have elevated blood pressure and is he on any treatment for it
User :   yes, he is on metoprolol tartrate nd simvastatin
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   does he havr tremors in the hand also
Doctor :   have*
User :   no just the face
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   this is the symptoms of parkinonism and not co relates with stroke
User :   why would the blood sugar be so high?
Doctor :   the carbidopa dose needs to be adjusted or a new drug need to be added for it
Doctor :   the blood sugar is high that needs to be evaluated
User :   is this something that we need to bring him to the emergency room or a call to the family doctor?
Doctor :   540 is very much alarmingly high you need to take him to hospital
Doctor :   you need to take him to Emergency room
User :   ok; thank you.
Doctor :   thanks for consulting health care magic
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