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What is the difference between tylenol 3 and vicodin and which is safer?

Posted 14 Apr 2012 by mommymaegz007 5 answers

I currently take vicodin on a daily basis because I have chronic daily migraines due to hypoglycemia... I am only 24 and we've reached a stand still in medical testing to find another way to stop the headaches. I heard there is a medication called tylenol 3 but when I look at the make up of it ...

What is the difference between hypoglycemia and diabetic? I find myself hungry feeling hunger pains?

Posted 20 Aug 2013 by ChaCha64 7 answers

... Which I never use to. I get hungry then begin to feel shaky. I eat and still feel a little shaky. After an hour or so I get a headache. I am over weight about 20 pounds because I stopped smoking and gained extra weight. My Dr ordered a Hba1c test CBA CMA lipid BH. Duno what tests they are

What can cause a 30 pound weight gain in 1 month when eating habbits have not changed?

Posted 2 Aug 2012 by nightfox 3 answers

Are there hormones that are not usually checked in a blood screen that cause weight gain

Gabapentin - Does gabapenten lower your blood sugar?

Posted 9 May 2013 by KVL 4 answers

Although I'm finding Gabapenten very good for neck pain, I am steadily losing wieght and experiencing low blood sugar symptoms. Is there anybody who is having the same reaction? I am loathed to give it up.

Can tramadol cause low blood sugar?

Posted 24 Aug 2012 by johnancy 5 answers

I have hypoglycemia and am controling with diet as the medicine hasn't worked for me. I also have a bulging disk in my neck and was precribed Tramadol today, my blood sugars keep dropping and I am taking sugar pills like crazy. The only thing I can think is the tramadol is causing this. I ...

Lantus Solostar - Does anyone take an oral diabetes medication along with lantus?

Posted 19 Mar 2013 by joan4910 6 answers

I am getting ready to start lantus and I am very nervous about low blood sugar.

Metformin - How long to work and do I take forever?

Posted 20 Feb 2012 by stacy1022 1 answer

Taking metformin hcl tab 500mg 2 times daily for low blood sugar. When should i see an increase in my blood sugar and how long do i have to continue taking this med - forever?

Why do I have to take so much medicine for type 2 diabetes when every a1c test since has been perfe?

Posted 4 Oct 2012 by giac 6 answers

Diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, was prescribed glipizide. At 3 month check up my levels were perfectly normal and every time since. In the first 3 months i had one episode of low blood sugar and so i was prescribed metformin xl 2 tabs twice a day along with the glipizide.

Anyone everheard of low blood sugar making people do crazy things, that they dont remember AT ALL?

Posted 2 Apr 2011 by NewYorkGuy44 2 answers

Well I just recently have been adding the pices together from my Fathers Blackouts. Now He doesn't drink or do drugs, but he is on alot of medication, He has had 16 surgerys on his body, It's a joke in our family we call him the Bionic man. So Even years ago I would remember him being a ...

Can Bupropion cause hypoglycemia?

Posted 16 Dec 2014 by awarmrainyday 2 answers

I was switched from Celexa to Bupropion SR 150 twice daily on December 2nd. On Celexa I couldn't control my weight gain but it worked really well for my depression. I've been at a full dose for one week now and I'm having trouble managing food intake and feeling well. The first week ...

Diabetes, Type 1 - Does anyone else have cravings for sweet things? Before I was diagnosed this?

Posted 5 Dec 2009 by jude2008 5 answers

... last August, I never ate sweets, but now I can't have them , all I can think of is chocolate!

Dromadol SR - can tramadol cause low blood sugar?

Posted 24 Jan 2011 by Jim Heil 2 answers

I am age 75 recent cbc glucose was 170 kidney function 46 tired and thirsty a lot am I becoming?

Posted 28 May 2012 by transues 3 answers

... diabetic. are kidneys failing .what tests do i need and steps to take

Do they make a plain corn starch pill which is being used for hypoglycemia?

Posted 17 Jan 2013 by papascowboy 2 answers

Esophagus removed, now have hypoglycemia. Take acarbose 50mg same results. Suggested to take 1tbs. corn starch before each meal and bedtime in a paste form (not too liquidy) is hard to mix right consistancy. Looking for a pill or other alternative to take, especially when out (not home)

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