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I am diabetic and i am suffering from head rushes. What can i do ?

Hi, I ve been getting constant, what I can only describe as headrushes, for the past 24 hours. What is going on? I am 22 years old, 5 2 and 125 lbs. I am diabetic. I have never experienced something like this before. I get it a few times every hour, sometimes without even moving.
Fri, 22 Jul 2011
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General & Family Physician Dr. Prahlad S. Patki's  Response
Headache in diabetics is usual with hypoglycemia. Kindly get your sugar tested.
It is also possible because of sinusitis.Get yourself exmined by your doctor. He will give you antibiotics if required. Meanwhile take Crocoin 1 tab SOS.
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hi,there are lot of reasons for haedrushes,first of all you check your blood sugar,visit your family doctor because advising anything without examination is difficult.
Infertility Specialist Dr. Vasundara Kunal's  Response
Headrushes are due to various reasons as many experts have answered already.being a gynaecologist from my prespective i would like to ask you if your periods are regular?do you get hot flashes ,sweat suddely when actually others around you feel normal?do you have palpitations sleeplessness etc?if your periods are regular consider other issues mentioned by other experts and consult a specialist for help.
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welcome to healthcaremagic
At what times do you feel it more-morn.Does it have some relation with food intake? or reading?Stress?
Headrushes due to sinusitis,neck problems,eye strain- vision power,high BP,migraine ,ear problems,Bld sugar levels etc
What was your blood sugar level?
Take Glucometer at home to check your blood sugar .
To rule out the cause you must visit preferably diabetologist
Keep your diet under control.
Exercise regularly.Avoid long hours of fasting-not taking food.
Wish you good health.
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