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Diabetes likes & Tiredness, Heart paining. Pls help me out!

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • October 7, 2006
  • 09:12 AM

I go to toilet to unirate more than 20 to 25times in the night before day break. I also to go to toilet frequently during the day too, I feel week and fatige all time, my temperature rises frequently.

I feel very dizzy and colapsing when walk long or jug like a kilometer or making love and I feel pains in my heart. I often have headache in front of my head too. I have visited many Laboratory for Diabetes and bacteria tests.all are negative, nothing could be found. Recently a friend of mine told me to go for heart or lung test, that my problem could be improper function of heart or lung. I havent visit lab for heart & lung test though.

Pls kindly help me out? what exactly is my problem? is it a heart, lung or unknown disease that is affecting me?

I will appreciate it if I can get a very clear and proper advise on this.



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  • It sounds like you have diabetes. Get yourself to a doctor ASAP. You could go into shock or a coma. Diabetes needs to be treated as soon as possible. I found out the hard way that not treating it can be a disaster.
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • October 24, 2006
    • 11:40 PM
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  • Might be kidney problem, though. Lots of things can unbalance the kidneys, including bacteria and chemicals like mercury (almost anything can irritate kidneys, it seems!)I used to have something like that, took a homeopathic called cantharis, and it went away. previously I had treated for bladder infection, that helped, but solved nothing for long.
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • October 28, 2006
    • 11:47 PM
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    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • October 29, 2006
    • 03:55 AM
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  • Hrm.. there is a diabetes isbidus Hope this helps...
    Canasa 2 Replies
    • October 30, 2006
    • 01:55 AM
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  • diabetes insipidus ;] yeah, i've heard of that too, ask your doctor to test you for that, its not as common as regular diabetes but it happens.
    the_one 39 Replies
    • November 8, 2006
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  • Diabetes insipidus is something entirely different from what is normally referred to as diabetes. It is to do with an insufficient hormonal production or hormonal response and causes excessive urination. You would check it by doing a water deprivation test (basically you stop drinking and see if you stop peeing - although you should really do this under medical supervision). It wouldn't explain the other symptoms though, unless it was perhaps causing you dehydration. It wouldn't do any harm to see just how much urine you are passing. People with diabetes insipidus can pass mind boggling amounts. It is rare but your frequency of visits to the toilet is not normal either. Whatever it is, you are probably suffering from a lack of sleep also.
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • November 15, 2006
    • 08:05 PM
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  • Hi Camry, have been a diabetic for 12 years. yes its true that you urinate in vast amounts as the body is trying to expel excess sugars. Sometimes urine can have a sweet smell too. What would be interesting to know if you have a high temp about 30 mins after eating and lasts about 1 hour. I used to sweat buckets and im a girl. Very attractive!!! The other key thing to be aware of is the changes in the scent of your breath if it smells of acetone (pear drops) then you could have ketosis which happens if blood sugars are high for a considerable time. Something else to consider is weight loss and vision impairment ie you cant quite read a road sign that you would normally be able too. If you are experiencing these symptoms seek help immediatley. Oh yeah and keep a eye on your feet, keep em warm clean and protected from cuts and bruises. As for the other symptoms, the headaches ect. have you had your blood pressure checked recentley? Diabetics have sticky blood it tends to be a little thicker than(normal) folks and this gives us a higher risk of heart attack and strokes. The good news is that all of this can be sorted. in Britain the standard thing is to treat with asprin, a statin and a bp medication.I know that you said you had your bloods checked at a lab but was it a long range check? docs can nearly tell you everthing you've eaten in the last 6 weeks from this its that accurate. If its was only a test done on a regular monitor your sugar could be have been down at that point.Last of all..... The mind is a powerful tool it can either enhance your performance or cripple you. What im saying is that all this can be dealt with easily and painfree so please don't worry about your symptoms as anxiety can often do more damage than the cause.At the end of the day we are not your doc. You have a right to proper medical care and treatment (especially if your paying for it) SO KICK YOUR DOC'S BUTT AND GET HIM/HER TO SORT IT OUT PROPERLY!!!Let me know how your getting on I love a happy ending which i'm sure this will be. Dont' worry, be happy and take care dude.Cinders x
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • January 23, 2007
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