High blood sugar is found among people with Gastric ulcer, especially for people who are male, 60+ old, take medication Nexium and have Diabetes mellitus. We study 40 people who have High blood sugar and Gastric ulcer from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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Gastric ulcer (stomach ulcer) can be treated by Omeprazole, Nexium, Protonix, Prilosec, Allopurinol (latest reports from 43,777 Gastric ulcer patients)
High blood sugar has been reported by people with type 2 diabetes, diabetes, high blood pressure, depression, high blood cholesterol (latest reports from 24,067 High blood sugar patients).
On Oct, 19, 2016
40 people who have Gastric Ulcer and High Blood Sugar are studied.
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hey group, normally i dont have dreams ever, but i was sick with extreme fatigue for half a month extreme heat would cause nausea, losing weight, loss of concentration, feel like throwing up(teaspoon amount) and now everyday,every nap i would take i have vivid dreams.after half a month of these symtoms that wont go away I finnally decided to visit my local doctor to see whats really wrong with me and he gave me a blood test and it revealed that I have an bacterial infection by h.pylori causeing an ulcer in my stomach was his theory. im still skeptic about the docs diagnosis. when i was sick i had continous vivid dreams before my visit to the doc and still after the visit and was prescribed anti biotics(prevpac) i still have vivid dreams.. hope this helps anybody out there with the same symtoms. 27 year old male 153pounds , now 140..
i seriously need to find an alternative to propanolol. my stomach is giving me hell as i already have suffered from ulcers and i feel awful. The propanalol does stop my heart from racing but i need a safer alternative for me. HELP!!
Scheduled for shoulder replacement and had to cancel due to A1C being 8.2. It hasn't been that high in many years. I have been taking fortaeo for only about 6 months. Has anyone else seen an increase in their daily glucose testing or on their periodic A1C
I diagnosed with myasthenia gravis back in 2013. I had type 2 diabetes but controlled with Januvia, Actos and glucontrol . I was admitted to the hospital for IV igg treatment. On mestinon an inuran . My sugar levels went in the 300 to 400. I cannot take oral medicine anymore makes me itch all ...
hey group, normally i dont have dreams ever, but i was sick with extreme fatigue for half a month extreme heat would cause nausea, losing weight, loss of concentration, feel like throwing up(teaspoon amount) and now everyday,every nap i would take i have vivid dreams.after half a month of these ...
Hi! I'm in treatmant with lupron depot 3.75 , I have monthly shot, but my doctor sended me blood test last week, and now this show me I have high blood sugar, is this side effect of lupron? I'm in my third injection
Hello everyone. I have been on remicade for about 5 years now and I never before associated my glucose levels with the infusion. I was type 2 diabetic before I started but since then my A1C has increased and my fasting glucose level has jumped significantly. Could the remicade be truly adding to ...
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