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 I HAVE A DIABETES QUESTON?
My cousin has diabetes and i am going to be watching him. everyday he will be taking his glucose test. wat does it mean when he is between 90-140 and wat does it means when he is below 90? and wat ...


 Discomfort during urination, no UTI/STDs, could it be diabetes?
Since November I've been having problems when urination, it feels like I can't completely empty my bladder and when I do, it irritates my urethra. Could it be the acidity? I've taken ...


 Do doctors ever prescribe Metformin to non-obese & non-diabetic people?
i'm 20 yrs old and i'm insulin resistant :'( i'm 5'1 & 110 lbs. my insulin is 5 times normal. this is a risk factor for diabetes.. but reversible apparently. my ...


 what are signs of parkinsons?
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 does anyone know if there are side affects of taking minocycline and diabetes medication? I take Metformin?
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 How many calories are in 1 gram (g) of glucose?
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 Why is this happening?
A few months ago I had a time where I would eat anything and fall asleep afterwards. I wouldn't even eat that much. I started checking my blood sugar after eating and it would go up and down a ...


 I am vitamin D deficient and have been for 4 months.?
I started out with a count of 5 and now I am at 18 after taking 50,000iu weekly and 2,000iu d3 daily all of that time. My doctor has made an appt. with a Rhu. Specialists. I have done some research ...


 can Zipsor get you high?
can you take the pain reliever Zipsor to get high?...


 Diabetes and weight loss?
Can anyone tell me what is the current percentage of diabetes cases that are under control with weight loss?...


 Is diabetes irreversible?
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 what is causing my night blindness?
I am a 23 year old Female and over the past 6-7 months or so my vision has been getting strange with dramatic night blindness when I use to see very well in dim light and the such now im virtually ...


 What symptoms would high blood glucose cause?
Is it possible it could cause memory and thinking problems and neurological symptoms such as numbness and tingling and muscle weakness/pain?...


 lightheaded all the time?
ive been feeling lightheaded for the past week now and it started the day after i drank alot of alcohol, and im 15 btw. but this lightheadness is very strange, i feel pressure every ten seconds as ...


 am i developing a prob?
breakfast: 1 eggwhite lunch: green apple a few almonds dinner:special K and crackers im 122 (5'6) and want to shed off 10 pounds quick and i cant i workout to.. i always compare myself to ...


 Has anyone else experienced nausea while taking Metformin? If so for how long?
I have been taking Metformin for about 1 week and a half. I experience nausea all the time. It seems to come hours after taking the pill for example, I take it with dinner then I'm nauseous in ...


 Can taking Thiazide affect your A1c test results?
I had been taking Hydrochlorothiazide for 4 months when a blood test showed non-fasting glucose level at 303 with low potassium and sodium levels. My doctor suggested that I had Type II diabetes and ...


 Is diabetes the most common metabolic disorder?
Please, I don't need guesswork. Links can be helpful though. Thanks in advance....


 become or born diabetic?
my mom is a diabetic so i want to know do you become a diabetic from eating too much sugary stuff or is it hereditary? can it be passed down?...


 Low blood sugar>>>> question???
Im diabetic- If I have a low blood sugar will Honey bring my sugar up faster than eg... regular pop or candy???...



numbness in feet in the morning?
                     




syl c.
The most common complaint from plantar fasciitis is a burning, stabbing, or aching pain in the heel of the foot. Most sufferers will be able to feel it in the morning because the fascia ligament tightens up during the night while we sleep, causing pain to diminish. However, when we climb out of bed and place pressure on the ligament, it becomes taut and pain is particularly acute. Pain usually decreases as the tissue warms up, but may easily return again after long periods of standing or weight bearing, physical activity, or after getting up after long periods of lethargy or sitting down. Sciatica-If you have injured your back, causing pressure on a nerve or compression of the nerves, this very well may result in pain in your foot and leg numbness. Degeneration-As we age, the lumbar discs in our back start to degenerate. Sometimes the first symptom of disc degeneration is leg and foot pain and numbness. Positional Leg Pain-Leg numbness can be caused by something as innocuous as sitting with your legs crossed for a long period of time, according to Healthhype.com. In addition, if you have been in a squatting position or have simply sat for too long, your leg or legs may become numb. Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome-Foot pain can be caused by tarsal tunnel syndrome, which is compression of the tibial nerve at the ankle. In addition to pain, this can cause a burning or tingling sensation and numbness of the foot. Diabetic Neuorpathy-A vast majority of those suffering from diabetes will have foot pain. When you experience this sort of nerve problem, it is considered neuropathy and it includes pain and numbness and can conceivably progress to the point where it results in disability. These are just a few of the things that could be causing your numbness its always a good idea to stretch in the morning. Are you a diabetic? This is a frequent side effect of runners, walk alot, people who stand alot, diabetics, and as we age. There are some "boots" that the doctor can prescribe to help but movement and massaging helps alot. I know in the morning it is very painful but after you stretch and move it seems to help. I know I had it and had to have steroid shots (it was my sciatica) and only lasted for a while and the shots hurt!!!! But, I followed my doc's advice and stretched holding my hands against the wall while I stretched my foot it worked after a while. I hope it works for you. The reason I asked if you were a diabetic as sometimes glucose levels if not kept stable affect your tissues, limbs. Hope this helps and not too long winded.


Madeline Herron
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