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Diabetologists in Chikkajala, Bangalore • How do people know if they have diabetes? People with diabetes frequently experience certain symptoms. These include: Being very thirsty Frequent urination Weight loss Increased hunger Blurry vision Irritability Tingling or numbness in the hands or feet Frequent skin, bladder or gum infections Wounds that don’t heal Extreme unexplained fatigue In some cases, there are no symptoms — this happens at times with type 2 diabetes. In this case, people can live for months, even years without knowing they have the disease. This form of diabetes comes on so gradually that symptoms may not even be recognized.
Diabetologists in Chikkajala, Bangalore • How do people know if they have diabetes? People with diabetes frequently experience certain symptoms. These include: Being very thirsty Frequent urination Weight loss Increased hunger Blurry vision Irritability Tingling or numbness in the hands or feet Frequent skin, bladder or gum infections Wounds that don’t heal Extreme unexplained fatigue In some cases, there are no symptoms — this happens at times with type 2 diabetes. In this case, people can live for months, even years without knowing they have the disease. This form of diabetes comes on so gradually that symptoms may not even be recognized.
Iron and pregnancy Iron makes up a major part of hemoglobin. Hemoglobin is the oxygen-carrying pigment and main protein in the red blood cells; it carries oxygen throughout the body. During pregnancy, the amount of blood in the mother's body increases by almost 50 percent - she needs more iron to make more hemoglobin for all that extra blood. Most women start their pregnancy without adequate stores of iron to meet the increasing demands of their bodies, particularly after the 3rd or 4th month. If iron stores are inadequate, the mother may become anemic, and there is a higher risk of: Preterm delivery. Low-weight baby. Stillbirth. Newborn death. Tiredness, irritability, depression (in the mother) during the pregnancy. If the mother is anemic later in the pregnancy, there is a higher risk of losing a lot of blood when she gives birth. The following foods are rich sources of iron: Dried beans. Dried fruits, such as apricots. Egg yolk. Some whole grain cereals, if they are fortified with iron. Liver is rich in iron, but doctors and most dietitians advise pregnant women to avoid liver. Liver is very high in vitamin A, which may harm the baby during pregnancy. Lean meat. Oysters (pregnant women should eat them cooked). Poultry. Salmon.
THE MOST POPULAR DOCTORS NEAR ME Congenital Diseases and Childhood Nephrotic Syndrome Congenital nephrotic syndrome is rare and affects infants in the first 3 months of life. This type of nephrotic syndrome, sometimes called infantile nephrotic syndrome, can be caused by inherited genetic defects, which are problems passed from parent to child through genes infections at the time of birth More information about underlying diseases or infections that cause changes in kidney function is provided in the NIDDK health topic, Glomerular Diseases. What are the signs and symptoms of childhood nephrotic syndrome? The signs and symptoms of childhood nephrotic syndrome may include edema—swelling, most often in the legs, feet, or ankles and less often in the hands or face albuminuria—when a child’s urine has high levels of albumin hypoalbuminemia—when a child’s blood has low levels of albumin hyperlipidemia—when a child’s blood cholesterol and fat levels are higher than normal In addition, some children with nephrotic syndrome may have blood in their urine symptoms of infection, such as fever, lethargy, irritability, or abdominal pain loss of appetite diarrhea high blood pressure
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