Hi, past 3 days , I observe ants near my urine, also I could sense a fruity odor and sweet taste from my urine, could this be due to diabetes? Or could this be due to any other physiological conditions like excessive stress, anxiety from which I suffer from last 19 months, ????? I m just 20 , could I have diabetes, or could this be due to stress???? Plz. Advice.
I had delivered a child with c sec in Nov 2011. June2012 I went on Diet to get rid of my excess weight(lost 18kgs). Maintained it till 2015 I gained around 5kgs in 2015. But all of a sudden in 2016 I gained 13 to 14kg. My walking has dropped from 2016 completely. At the same time from 2016 mid my periods have gone down from 5-6days to 1 1/2 day . Pls suggest... I can afford expensive tests.
Hi Doctor, i have problem of extreme fatigue, reducing weight and eye flashes, i suspect my self for adrenal fatigue as i was under emotional stress for long time. my 24 hr urinary free cortisol is 9.11u/dl but in blood its coming normal, please advise what can be done on this, pls pls reply as i could not cope up with daily activities:(
My mother is a diabetic patient she often varies her sugar level. At present its around 218 regular treatment is been taken but still it's not reducing.
I went through MRI Brain scan two years ago (i.e 9th march 2015) because I was having severe headache all the time. My MRI report showed that I have a Bulky Pituitary gland with suprior convexity (physiological hyperplasia) that time my weight was normal according to my height. ( age 26 height 5'4 ..weight -63) from last one year my weight is continuosly increasing my current weight is 74kg....earlier my weight never crossed this much. Yesterday I went for a TSH test and my tsh range is 7.41. I would like to consult a good Endocrinologist regarding my thyroid problem but I cannot ignore my MRI reports . My concern is my MRI report is two years old. Is it ok to show it to a doctor or I have to go for new MRI Brain scan again ? I have read somewhere that we should not go for MRI scan frequently.
Kindly clear my confusion