soles of my feet constantly feel bruised. for two weeks now. never happened before. am on my feet alot at work but like i said this has never happened before. could it be my shoes? is this a diabetes symptom? I am 5 8 205. age 32. no serious medical history just broken bones but some diabetes in family history
Hello, It could be tight fitting shoe or due to VIT B12 deficiency or uncontrolled diabetes. Symptoms of diabetes include increased thirst,increased appetite,increased urination and extreme weakness. You must get fasting and PP blood sugar estimation done along with VIT B12 estimation to know the exact cause and then plan the treatment accordingly. Thanks
I find this answer helpful
You found this answer helpful
Disclaimer: These answers are for your information only and not intended to replace your relationship with your treating physician.
This is a short, free answer.
For a more detailed, immediate answer, try our premium service [Sample answer]
. Firstly, I m a 46 yr. old female whose been under an extreme amount of stress lately and having some trouble sleeping the entire night, often waking in a sweat. I’m having hunger pains more often than usually lately and a sweet tooth I can’t seem to curb. I then become very lethargic after I eat no matter the amount of food, i.e. full meal or snack, and most of the time I have to take a nap or I find myself nodding off at work. I ve been also experiencing breakouts of acne about twice a month. I have a history of a hyperthyroid and my family has a history of diabetes, but my blood sugar seems to test normal. Could this be the onset of menopause or possibly Type II Diabetes?
My 15 year old daughter has occasional severe lower abdominal pain. She will feel the need to urinate and then won t be able to. She ends up with severe pain, curled up in a ball crying. This happens to her about once a month or so. We have a urologist who has conducted every test there is (invasive and otherwise) and everything comes back as normal. Any suggestions on what our next step should be. We ve been with the urologist for about a year. She s seen a gynecologist and all tests were negative. She also saw a doctor to see if she had diabetes, again negative.
I m considering asking my doctor to prescribe me this medication (belviq). I m 44 (female) has problems with my thyroids, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes. I weigh 261 and 5*6, is this a good choice of medication and is it covered by Blue Cross Blue Shield. I reside in Louisiana.
my husband is 40 years old, his mother was having blockage in heart, she was treated in apollo hosp.hyderabad 10 years back she is patient of diabetes also, now my husband s test of diabetes is +tive what to do ? i am afraid his before lunch diabetes is 156 and after lunch is 250, please tell me what to do for checking for heart
We have consulted a doctor and she has prescribed Tab Duphaston (10 mg) twice daily. Could you advise us of its purpose and if it has any side effects in long-term. We would really appreciate your advice on this.