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Viral infection elevated glucose

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Dr. Sumanth Amperayani MD

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Dr. Mirjeta Guni MD

I am a prediabetic. My daily numbers have been 115 and below for along time. Then I got an infection and a series of test etc. My numbers started going to 120+ up into the 130 range. I am ... View answer

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Dr. Diptanshu Das MD

and they were still elevated but down a bit to 775,000. 2 weeks ago she had a respiratory viral infection ... View answer

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Dr. Panagiotis Zografakis MD

How common is it for blood glucose to be elevated during a viral infection? I am a type 2 diabetic whose blood glucose is normally very tightly controlled (my last A1c was 5.2%). I felt... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Panagiotis Zografakis ( Internal Medicine Specialist)
Dr.     B M Gupta MD

showed nothing of concern, my spinal tap only showed elevated protein and the viral meningitis, and my ...Hi my name is Dominic. About six weeks ago I developed viral meningitis. I fought it off ... View answer

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Dr.  Amitkumar Maheshwari MD

I have a viral upper respiratory infection -diagnosed by Urgent Care MD 2 days ago. Had chest X-Ray; not pneumonia. My pulse was elevated at exam (was 92, normally around 64). Could my viral... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Amitkumar Maheshwari ( General & Family Physician)
Dr.  Shinas Hussain MD

were slightly elevated. Is this normal? Blood draw was before IV. ... View answer

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Dr. Michelle Gibson James MD

Hello Doc: I have a viral infection (according to my PCP) that is causing: light-headed feelings ... indicate no issues except: low blood sugar and elevated liver enzymes (47 when it should be no... View answer

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Dr. Naveen Kumar Sharma MD

Viral infection can occur after after contacting with a infected person like coughing, sneezing. Also it can be transmitted through sexual infection, or through objecs also like food, water.

Dr.  Prasad MD

Yes, ESR can be elevated in all infection and inflammation.

Dr. Dr. Kakkar MD

Hi. Thanks for posting your concern at HCM Viral fever does not require antibiotics unless it is complicated by secondary bacterial infection. take care regards