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My ten and one-half year old daughter has had type 1 diabetes for 14 months. Last winter, she developed a Brown's syndrome in her eye, and her eye does not "track" with the other. When the muscle is inflamed, she has pain and blurred or double vision and we treat with large doses of ibuprofen [an antiinflammatory medication]. Is the Brown's related to type 1 diabetes? I thought eye problems would be much further down the road, if ever. Will the large doses of ibuprofen interfere with her diabetes treatment? Brown's syndrome is not related to type1 diabetes, and, to my knowledge and checking with my endocrinology colleagues, ibuprofen will not interfere with her diabetes treatment. Long term chronic use of ibuprofen has kidney issues that may need to be addressed at some point. Brown's syndrome is usually manifested when the affected eye is looking toward the nose and up. Tracking side to side is usually not a problem, but there can be variants. Brown's syndrome that is acquired can be due to inflammation, and hence the treatment with non-steroidal antiinflammatory medications (such as ibuprofen). Active inflammation may benefit from local steroid injections. Inflammatory Brown's s Continue reading >>

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  1. BradB

    Hello everyone,
    I'm new here to the forums and hope some of you have advice for me.
    In November my 14 year old male cat was diagnosed with diabetes. We started out at 1 unit in the morning and night and I went back to the vet a week later to have his blood sugar tested again. It was in the 500s. So the vet raised the dose to 2 units in the morning and night and I went back the following week to have his blood sugar tested again. Once again he was in the 500s and didn't seem to be responding at all. The vet said maybe the cat being stressed on the ride to the clinic caused his levels to spike, but he proceeded to raise it again. I think he bumped it up to 4 units twice a day and on the following check up his blood sugar was a little lower I think in the 400s but still way to high. Anyway, this kept going on until reaching 7 units. The cat still isn't responding at all so I took him to the vet today and they're running a glucose curve and seeing if he's responding at all. The vet called and said things aren't looking well and the cat isn't responding very well. He said he got the sugars down to the 300s but said that was still way too high.
    I'm at my wits end and the vet is suggesting to put the cat down. I really don't want to lose my cat as I've had him since I was 4 years old and am really attached to him.
    I'm worried the cat is suffering and I really don't want him to suffer any longer. I'm hoping maybe you guys can suggest something more I can do to try and save my cat.
    Please give me any advice that could help, I really appreciate it.
    Thanks in advance,
    Brad
    EDIT:
    I guess i've left out some details. My cat LOVES his wet food and I have no problem getting him to eat. He has lost a lot of weight due to the diabetes but doesn't look too unhealthy.
    The cat urinates a lot and fills up the cat box in a day and I have to empty it almost completely to clean it. This has not got any better since starting his insulin injections. I have been using ProZinc insulin.
    Thanks for your time.

  2. Dyana

    Brad,
    We will help you with your cat. What's his name?
    You do NOT have to put your cat down. It's just a matter of getting to the right dose, and using the right insulin for your buddy. Don't worry so much. You have come to the right place for lots of help. The people on this board have tons of experience with diabetic kittys.

  3. BradB

    My cats name is Shadow.
    Thanks a lot! I am very worried because he hasn't showed any signs of improvement at all and I'm afraid he's just getting worse.
    I DON'T want to put him down but I'm just afraid he's suffering and not feeling well. He's had a very long and good life and has never had any health problems prior to this. Especially because the vet recommended to put him down that's what makes me uneasy and not very hopeful.
    I will do whatever it takes to get him feeling better, and I see you guys recommend testing at home. I don't mind at all investing in this stuff as I do have the money to pay for it. Just let me know what to do!
    Thanks a lot for the reply.

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What Medicines Should Diabetics Take For Fever? | Zocdoc Answers

Medical questions & health advice by board certified doctors "What medicines should diabetics take for fever?" Zocdoc Answers What medicines should diabetics take for fever? My son is 12 and he has type 1 diabetes. He has been running a fever since this morning. I don't think it's anything serious, just something going around his class ? but what medicines can I give him to help bring down his fever that won't interact with his insulin? Is there a general rule about insulin interaction? In general most medicines that you would give a child will not "interact" with insulin. There are some key exceptions to this I'll discuss below. I also must stress that this answer is very general and does not take into account your child's past medical history and other health considerations. Therefore, you should call your pediatricians office with any questions regarding medications. Insulin is a natural hormone in the body. Therefore medicines such as Tylenol that are frequently given for fever in kids should be perfectly fine in a child as long as that child does not have an allergy to Tylenol. There are medicines you should consider staying away from unless his doctor specifically approves t Continue reading >>

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  1. bkeller39

    Any truth that you can drink apple cider vinegar to lower glucose levels?

  2. susanm9006

    I think some of us have tried it - I tried a tablespoon a day or few weeks Like many home remedies it might work a little bit but not enough to make a significant change to your glucose.

  3. crafther

    I tried it for a few nights. It really upset my stomach. The first night, I thought I'd just chug it. Big mistake. It burned and churned. Then I tried diluting it with water, adding SF vanilla and chasing it with tums. The few nights I tried it didn't make a difference in my bg. Everyone's different.

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Can There Be Complications Relating To Using Ibuprofen If One Has Insulin Dependent Diabetes?

Home Q & A Questions Can there be complications... Can there be complications relating to using Ibuprofen if one has insulin dependent diabetes? There shouldn't be any major problems if you are a insulin dependent diabetic and take ibuprofen. In some cases ibuprofen can cause hypoglycemia ... if you are aware of this and recognize and treat the symptoms of hypoglycemia, you should be fine. Still looking for answers? Try searching for what you seek or ask your own question . Durezol - I have insulin dependent Diabetes? The easiest way to lookup drug information, identify pills, check interactions and set up your own personal medication records. Available for Android and iOS devices. Subscribe to receive email notifications whenever new articles are published. Drugs.com provides accurate and independent information on more than 24,000 prescription drugs, over-the-counter medicines and natural products. This material is provided for educational purposes only and is not intended for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Data sources include Micromedex (updated Feb 28th, 2018), Cerner Multum (updated Mar 1st, 2018), Wolters Kluwer (updated Mar 1st, 2018) and others. To view content s Continue reading >>

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  1. bethan90

    I recently went to my GP as I suspected an infected toe nail (that was ingrown and i picked it out myself :roll: ) she prescribed some antibiotics. A few days before seeing the GP my blood sugars were pretty stable although had some unusual hypos which I don't normally experience.
    Anyway since being on the antibiotics the past couple of days my blood sugars have been completely erratic and has left me feeling pretty lousy - i'm so thirsty all the time even if my blood sugar is normal and just feel generally yuck. My toe is feeling better and so I suspect the infection is no longer there, so is it the antibiotics that is making my blood sugar do all sorts of crazy things? should i do anything or just ride it out for the next 3 days until my AB course is finished?
    My blood sugars are as follows:
    woke up yesterday morning 13.4, Had my usual porridge and banana, gave insulin and correcting dose. 2 hours later my BS is 18. Give correction.
    By lunch time my BS is 4.1. Eat bagel with cream cheese for lunch, give normal amt of insulin. 2 hours later 3.1.
    4 glucose tablets blood shoots up to 9.3 and stays there.
    Have dinner, give 1 unit correction with my normal dose plus lantus.
    2 hours after dinner my BS is 15. Give correction and go to bed.
    Wake up today BS is 5.4. Porridge and almond milk with no banana, 6.4 2 hours later. Have a banana mid morning.
    Cous cous and roast veg and chicken for lunch. Before dinner 10.9 or something in the 10's. Have my dinner of sweet potato and quorn sausage, give correction dose of 2 plus normal insulin plus lantus. Blood sugar rockets up to 18!! Give correction and is now down to 12.
    There doesn't seem to be a real pattern as I woke up high yesterday but not today, was high yesterday before lunch but not today. High after dinner both times. Driving me a bit mental. I hate feeling out of control and just want some stability!

  2. mrburden

    Some antibiotics can have effects on blood sugar levels and some will affect different people in different ways. About 2 years ago I started what ended up as a lengthy course of various A/B's - about 8 or 9 different ones over 12 months. The fact that you have an infection that the A/B's are fighting may also cause the BG to vary. Once they start to get on top of the infection the blood sugar level can drop, since infections can raise the levels to start with. Sometimes they can hamper the digestion which, of course, will affect your sugar levels too.
    The information leaflet will tell you if the particular A/B's you're on can have side effects of raising or lowering sugar levels, but I find that it is the infection and the A/B's fighting it that create most of the problems, along with a lack of appetite that some A/B's give me.

  3. noblehead

    It's more than likely the infection is causing the raised bg rather than the antibiotics.

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