What is type 1 diabetes and how do you get it? What exactly is type one diabetes? I looked on google, but its all in medical terms :p How do you get type 1? I know a few of the symptoms, but how do you get it??
Diabetes is a disease that affects how the body uses glucose a sugar that is the body's main source of fuel. When you eat, Glucose from the food gets into your bloodstream, your pancreas (a gland in your body) makes a hormone called insulin, which helps the glucose get into the body's cells, and your body gets the energy it needs. Type 1 diabetes occurs when the pancreas fails to make enough insulin.
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I am a type 1 diabetic for about 23 years. I have 2 small children and have been trying to get pregnant with my third. For the past 6 months, I have been feeling nauseous, dizzy, winded, bloated, fatigued (EXTREME) and it gets worse right before I begin my cycle. Ive had a detailed blood study done and everything is normal. I have gained about 50 lbs too...HOW??? i dont even know.
I am a 22 year old female who has type 1 diabetes. I take insulin shots everyday before meals and before I go to bed. I have been getting extremely bloated after anything I eat to the point where people have asked me if I am pregnant. This has been going on for about 3 months. I went to a GI who perscribed me a medication called Xifaxan . It has not helped me at all so far. When I looked up what the medication was for, it says that it is perscribed for travelers diarrhea which I thought was weird because I am not experiencing any diarrhea. I also am not constipated, I use the restroom atleast once a day and after I have gone my stomach will look somewhat better but I am still bloated and no where near how flat it used to be. This issue is really depressing me, if anyone can help please let me know. I d also like to know if I should keep taking the xifaxan. Thanks for your help.
I ve had T1 diabetes since I was eleven months old, and I m now twenty. I m female and have never actually had sex yet, but I was wondering about how it could affect my kids. My aunt, my great aunt, and my great-great aunt all have T1 diabetes, so it runs in my family a lot. I have hypo thyroid, and take synthroid for it. I m curious as to what the general possibility of my children ending up with diabetes are? And could this lead me to be infertile? My mother wasn t supposed to have children, and had a dozen or so miscarriages before me, if that helps at all.
suffered from acute pancreatitis in 1996 ,and now i am diabetic on insulin ,just wants to know that till now i am having pankeroflat drug since then (2,2,2) before meals . can i stop taking those pills as someone suggested that i should stop taking that drug.
Hi. My father is the patient. he s 80 yrs old and had a stroke 5 months ago-he was diagnosed with an ischaemic stroke. Comorbidities are: hypertension, diabetes mellitus and prostate cancer. he s currently discharged from the hospital. he s been having very high blood pressures at night like 194/90 and during the day, especially when we sit him down, it falls so low like 90/70 for about a month now. he also started having seizures some weeks ago, about once a week and now, for the past two days, he s been vomitting. his urine is also highly concentrated and sometimes in a day, urine output is less than 100mls. his appetite has also declined and he s lethargic with lots of hiccups. can you please tell me what is happening?
sir my mother is suffering fron osteoporosis. having value -2.9 ( T-score). she has operated fro cancer 2 yrs back. she has heart problem and diabetic also. doctor given her gamcal kit for calcium.other doctor told this is for pregnant females. please guide
I have sudden right jaw pain and tingling sensation under my left armpit and the left side of my face. I am a 46 yr old female. I had a partial throidectomy about 10 years ago. I have recently developed a rash diagnosed by a dermatologist as grannuloma annular, however, I am not diabetic
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.