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 What does it mean to have a normal glucose level (90) but a high HOMA-IR index (6.66) plus insulin level at 30?
I had my blood tested as I do every year and since I have been having trouble losing weight, the doctor ordered an Homa-IR test to see whether I am insulin resistant/metabolic syndrome candidate. I ...

 can you get diabetes by...?
Getting mad real often or by a big scare? my mother in law said you can because her mother in law said she got diabetes by a getting a big scare and getting really mad.

I said you couldn&#...

 Its my dad's birthday today? and he was diagnosed diabetic type2 what would be the best menu for his birthday?
we usually have cakes and stuff...for main menu we have kare kare, menudo or adobo what would be the best menu for his birthday...he just started to adjust on his ...

 I have a Diabetes question?
I got my blood work back, and the doctor told me that my Cholesterol is high, And I have a touch of sugar I think that's what I have because I'm always tired, I have been always thirsty, ...

 soon i will be on a medication that takes sodium out of my body,?
how many times a day do i have something salty all day? since taking new medication tomarrow,
i will take 2 not 4 like he asked me to so i have less side effects and feel okay....

 Creatinine 3.02 mg/dl ..?
okay so my mom has 3.02 mg/dl and 3 months ago it was 2.11 mg/dl, its strange how its elevated so much but i wanna ask am too much tensed about this.

what to do .....how can i make her ...

 can you have keystones in the urine?

 steps to prevent diabetes type 2?
steps to prevent diabetes type 2 my dad has diabetes what are the step to ...

 Why do some people make their Diabetes such a big deal?
Its not cancer. its not AIDS. the needle is so short yo can barely feel it. so why do so many people make it be such a big deal. if you take care of yourself you will be fine.

BQ: who ...

 have to take dot physical i am diabetic but i do not won't the doctor to know how can i get around that?

 What are foods with No Sodium and no sugar?
I say NO for a reason. My grandmother cant have any sugar at all because of her diabetes. She cant even use those diabetic products because some of them have sugar. If she has even the smallest ...

 My BS at one point went up to 348 after eating. Am I diabetic?
About 4-5 days ago I checked my blood sugar. My boyfriend is diabetic type 1 so I always have his machine on hand. I wasn't feeling well so I checked it. It was around 250. The next morning 175 ...

 if you have type 2 diabetes, should you not eat sugar?
what happens if you do?...

 Is my pregmamcy glocose test normal or high ?
result :10.2 in the fist hour referance range: 1st hour <10.0

resul t: 9.1 in the second hour referance range: 2nd hour <8.6


 im not diabetic..had a a1c go down from 6.1 to 5.8..why is it that my all day blood sugar is good, but my?

 why does my blood glucose level always remains at (123) 3-4 hours after eating?

 People with diabetes?
I am constantly urinating and its a lot of urine every 30 minutes
I'm always dehydrated and always thirsty, I eat constantly without ever getting full, my weight fluctuates a lot, I have ...

 Is lack of confidence due to low sugar levels?

 im 107 kgs at the moment and i want to get below 100 . help me out?

 what hormone drives thirst?

Can taking aspirin affect blood sugar levels?


nancy jo
sure -follow up with your diabetes specialist.

Clever mind
Aspirin just dilutes ur blood i.e, it makes it watery like/ it inhibits thickening of blood

john e russo md facm faafp
Queryman is correct: aspirin has no effect on blood glucose whatsoever. I would like to correct a comment by another respondent. People very commonly refer to aspirin and a few other medications as 'blood thinners'. None of these substances actually thin the blood. Aspirin transfers its acetyl group to thrombocytes also known as platelets. This affects the activity of thrombocytes in an irreversible manner for their approximately 7 day life span. The result is a reduction of thrombocytes aggregation and agglutination which in turns reduces the probability of blood clot formation in arteries. Arterial blood clots are often referred to as 'white' as they are made up primarily of thrombocytes. Venous blood clots are often referred to as 'red' as they are made up primarily of erythrocytes or red blood cells. Thus a different approach must be taken to prevent arterial as opposed to venous blood clots. If I may be of further assistance please let me know. I wish you the very best of health and happiness and in all things may God bless. JR

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