Do I have diabetes, please help?
Okay soo ive read up on some of the symptoms of diabetes, however these are my problems. Let me know if I should go to a doctor to get this checked out:
- I have gained alot of weight over the last year mainly due to poor eating habbits and lack of exercise.
- ive had tinea for almost 4 years. Ive used many creams but it still hasnt gone away.
- lately ive been very tired even when I get a good night sleep still feel tired.
- recently ive experienced itching and burning in the genital area (its not sti im not sexually active, never been)
- for awhile now I get these red and white halo shaped lumps on my fingers, that come and go and are sometimes itchy.
- and ive had really good vision all ny life however im realising its not as good as it use to be.
- also been getting frquent headaches espically behind the eyes.
As far as I know my grandma has been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. Do those symptoms seem serious, should I get them checked out??
No one can give you a diagnosis on the internet. These symptoms could have many different cause, and you should seek medical attention if YOU think you do. The poor eating habits and the weight gain may or may not eventually lead to type 2 daibetes. It is said to have a hereditary pattern, but don’t fall into statistics, start living a healthy balanced lifestlye today! Diabetes all types are nothing to hang tight around for, if you suspect something, or just want to ease you mind, make an appointment. The only symptom I had was blurred vision, frequent thirst, and frequent urination, my sugars were so high, I was put on insulin instantly. My doctor told me that if I hadn’t of made an appointment to the optometrist because of my sudden blurred vision (which then turned into heading to the lab, for bloodwork, immediatly after, the diagnosis, and syringes and insulin) I would have ended up with a condition called DKA or in a diabetic coma. My body was trying so hard to tell me something was wrong, and I took action, and I saved my own life. So do the same, take action, listen to your body, and most imoportantly start taking care of it. Hope this helped!
Hi, does anyone else feel fatigued even a week or so after ejaculating?…dont have energy to do anything.?
Well i stopped masturbating for about a week and a half (which is the longest ive gone in years)…i usually do it every other day and i noticed that i felt remarkably better then i had for a long time…i had an exercise routine going everyday and my depression and anxiety where getting hardly noticeable. But when i decided to masturbate a few days ago i noticed i have been feeling very fatigued, dehydrated, slight headache, loss of focus and concentration, and i even stopped my everyday workout routine. i have also noticed that i complained alot about feeling tired all the time for several years and have suffered with anxiety and depression… could this be because of some sort of nutrient deficiency or something?…this is ruining my life and i am too embarrassed to talk to someone about it in real life and they will probably not believe that it is because of masturbation anyway…i have also got the taboo eye floaters and blurry vision that over masturbaters complain about and noone takes seriously. i would appreciate any reccomendation of herbal remedies or anything that i can try help me. thank you
Wrap scotch tape around it. This worked perfectly for me, it doesn’t hurt and when you have an urge to masturbate the extra blood won’t be able to pump into your penis to enlarge it and this actually makes watching porn less enjoyable.
Other ideas that I haven’t tried yet are super glue, wound sealant, and topical anesthetic. I’ve also heard that taking anti-histamines can inhibit erections and that eating things like soy, cabbage, sun flower seeds, and cuccumbers can reduce sex drive. Anti deppressants and other drugs can reduce sexual desire.
Also I’ve been taking concerta for ADD and it significantly curbs both my sex drive and food drive.
diabetes scare? please help!?
I am a 14 year old girl that actively particapates in sports. I play volleyball and softball. I am pretty fit, but recently was diagnosed with exercise induced asthma like a month ago. I have been dealing and coping with it even though i usually have frequent attacks or feeling like im going to have an attack. I now have an inhaler and medicine. One day I was at volleyball and i asked to sit out becuase i wasn’t feeling well. I was extremely tired to the point where my eyes were rolling back( this was not the feeling of passing out and i did nothing out of my routine schedule like eating or drinking less/more) when my dad picked me up i was really dizzy and tired and he said i looked extremely pale. i continued to feel this way until i ate some peanuts about 10-15minutes later. (once again i was full and i wasn’t hungry so this was odd to me) my dad said that the asthma wouldn’t be helped by eating food. He then said i probably have another problem and suggested diabetes or something. So naturally i read up on diabetes and i noticed i had most of the symptoms. I had been experiencing this tiredness a lot lately, i had been drinking a lot and urinating a lot, i am extremly hungry a lot yet for no reason i am losing weight(3-4pounds in a week or two) i have had two cuts on my knees for a month which is very slow, really dry skin. on the other hand i do not believe i have gum, bladder, or skin infections do not have numbness in my hands or feet. I do have really good vision 20-15 but at random times it does get blurry. My dad doesn’t really think i have diabetes but ive convinced him to go to the doctors on monday.
What do you think, is it all just coincidence?Could it be diabetes?
Please help, Thanks
Could be, but like everyone else says, ask your dr to screen you for Diabetes and ketones in your urine. I hope you are o.k., cuz have Type 1 is no fun at all! I’ve been thru all your symptoms, been in a coma, slight kidney failure, DKA (Diabetic Ketoacidosis-ketones in urine), proteinuria (leaking protein in urine, and scars on my arms & legs for over 20 yrs without fading. When your tired, do you feel like vomiting or actually do vomit? You feel so sluggish that its too much work to move? Sounds to me like it is Diabetes, although I pray its not. Usually, with hyperglycemia, you don’t feel like eating. Does your vision stay blurry for a few days while you are feeling sluggish? My best wishes are with you.
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