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Can You Get Ketoacidosis With Hypoglycemia?

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In this Video We Will Discuss What are hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia, and how can they affect my pregnancy? Hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia are both common in women with preexisting diabetes. Hypoglycemia occurs when blood glucose levels are too low. When blood glucose levels are low, your body cannot get the energy it needs. Don't forget to Subscribe our Channel on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZfb... For For Videos Follow Us on Twitter: Diabetes During Pregnancy Symptoms, Risks And Treatment https://youtu.be/SNf01dFL1zY What Are The Risks Of Diabetes To My Unborn Child? https://youtu.be/N-aNwqGKQl4 What are Hypoglycemia and How They Affect Pregnancy? https://youtu.be/XUjn-16DmGY How Pre-existing Diabetes Treated During Pregnancy? https://youtu.be/vQjOzry8T_M Causes and Symptoms of Diabetes During Pregnancy https://youtu.be/OirB5FmhJ3Y Typically hypoglycemia is treated by eating or drinking something containing sugar, such as orange juice. Hyperglycemia is when your body doesn't have enough insulin or can't use insulin correctly. Typically hyperglycemia is treated by adjusting your insulin dosages.

Dka In Hypoglycemia

#2 0 They are two different entities. While they will both cause acidosis the mechanism of acidosis is different. DKA is from ketosis and acidosis from Hypoglycamia is lactic acid. Is this what you are asking? Diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) results from dehydration during a state of relative insulin deficiency, associated with high blood levels of sugar level and organic acids called ketones. Diabetic ketoacidosis is associated with significant disturbances of the body's chemistry. Diabetic ketoacidosis occurs when a person with diabetes becomes dehydrated. As the body produces a stress response, hormones (unopposed by insulin due to the insulin deficiency) begin to break down muscle, fat, and liver cells into glucose (sugar) and fatty acids for use as fuel. These hormones include glucagon, growth hormone, and adrenaline. These fatty acids are converted to ketones by a process called oxidation. The body consumes its own muscle, fat, and liver cells for fuel. In diabetic ketoacidosis, the body shifts from its normal fed metabolism (using carbohydrates for fuel) to a fasting state (using fat for fuel). The resulting increase in blood sugar occurs, because insulin is unavailable to trans Continue reading >>

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  1. Joe Joe

    I've heard of people buying them at Wal-Mart, but I was just there and couldn't find any. Maybe I was looking in the wrong section?
    Where do you folks find your ketostix? :)

  2. doreen T

    Any store with a pharmacy will have ketostix (sometimes called lipolysis sticks, or ketone testing strips). Look in the section where they sell diabetic supplies. Some stores have them behind the counter ... apparently they're hot shop-lift items :rolleyes: You don't need a prescription though, so just ask.
    hth,
    Doreen

  3. Joe Joe

    Thanks! I'll have to ask next time.
    Here's a dumb question... how do you pronounce keto? 'kee-to', 'kay-to'??? :o
    Thanks again!

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Despite the fact that there are vaccines that are very effective against most types of pneumonia, every year millions get sick from the disease and about 40,000 die. At HealthConnection.TV, UT Health Northeast physician assistant Gerry Brown answers questions and clears up confusion regarding pneumonia vaccine.

Ketones: Clearing Up The Confusion

Ketones, ketosis, ketoacidosis, DKA…these are words that you’ve probably heard at one point or another, and you might be wondering what they mean and if you need to worry about them at all, especially if you have diabetes. This week, we’ll explore the mysterious world of ketones, including if and how they may affect you. Ketones — what are they? Ketones are a type of acid that the body can form if there’s not enough carbohydrate to be burned for energy (yes, you do need carbs for fuel). Without enough carb, the body turns to another energy source: fat. Ketones are made in the liver from fat breakdown. This is called ketogenesis. People who don’t have diabetes can form ketones. This might occur if a person does extreme exercise, has an eating disorder, is fasting (not eating), or is following a low-carbohydrate diet. This is called ketosis and it’s a normal response to starvation. In a person who has diabetes, ketones form for the same reason (not enough carb for energy), but this often occurs because there isn’t enough insulin available to help move carb (in the form of glucose) from the bloodstream to the cells to be used for energy. Again, the body scrambles to fi Continue reading >>

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  1. NYC-Hot-Stuff

    Bad breath as a sign of ketosis

    The item is from WebMD.com. I hadn't heard of bad breath as a possible sign of overdoing a low-carb diet and ketosis. Is the breath connection commonly known?
    "This can make your breath stinky:
    "Correct! You answered: A very low-carb diet
    "If you eat too few carbs, your body may have to burn fat for energy, and that creates acidic chemicals called ketones. These can make your breath smell fruity or like nail-polish remover. This is called ketosis, and it can become dangerous if too many ketones build up in your body."

  2. Cathy H.

    I learned about it back when Atkins Diet was all the rage, they talked about it a lot.

  3. Sai F.

    It's common, at least with all the people I know who have been following a low carb diet. It's because of acetone that is in both your urine (urinary acetoacetate) and breath, but it does go away after awhile. Thank goodness it's not permanent.

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Can People With Type 1 Diabetes Develop Dka Without High Blood Sugar?

“Can people with type 1 diabetes develop DKA without high blood sugar?” DKA is short for diabetic ketoacidosis and is a life threatening condition. I’ve seen the question pop up a lot lately so I asked two endocrinologists to answer this question. Experts Weigh In Dr. Richard Steed, an endocrinologist from Georgia with 25 years of experience explained that, “Ketoacidosis will occur in anyone when insulin levels drop low enough. In people with diabetes, falling insulin levels will usually trigger a high sugar well before ketoacidosis starts, causing high blood sugar to typically go hand in hand with ketoacidosis.” Dr. Brad Eilerman, an endocrinologist from Kentucky explained that “Ketoacidosis occurs when the body over produces ketone bodies, typically in response to a lack of available glucose to use as intracellular fuel. In diabetic ketoacidosis, the rationale for the lack of intracellular glucose is a relative lack of insulin. Typically, this is associated with a high serum glucose because glucose taken in or produced by the liver has nowhere to go. If the patient has had a prolonged period of fasting to the point of protein calorie malnutrition, there may not be cal Continue reading >>

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  1. Ishermanabides

    So, I'm coffee dependent. It's not something I'm proud of but its something that for the last 10 years of my life has been a morning essential. I hate carrying this baggage around. The last time I tried to quit the am dose of bean juice I literally thought I was going to die. I had actual withdrawal symptoms. Shakes, sweats, cold flashes, severe nausea, massive headache. That was a few years ago. I'm terrified to try and give it up again but I hate being chained down to it, every morning I feel like coffee's bitch when I roll up to the coffee shop before work at 7am and order my triple shot 12 oz breve with a dash of SF hazelnut. Shell out my $3.50 and think, I could be smoking a few packs of smokes a week for these prices (I quit smoking 12 years ago when the price of cigarettes went up to $5 a pack in my state).
    TL;DR: anybody quit the bean juice and live to tell the tale? Tell me how you did it. Did you sub in tea or something else? I've never been a breakfast eater so I've always just had coffee till around noon when I eat.

  2. Enyoface

    Quitting coffee!? That's just crazy talk. I allow myself three beverages. Water, coffee, and tea. I already cut out soda. I'll never give up my coffee! I'd give up water before coffee. In fact, I've had two cups of coffee today and almost no water. (Whoops)
    Good luck though, those withdrawal migraines are the worst!

  3. robocute

    I should preface this by saying that I have had doctors say they suspect I have a particular sensitivity to caffeine, so take what I say next as a possible worst case scenario - in all likelihood it won't be like this for you.
    I quit coffee last December well before starting keto and thought it was going well. Until day 3 when I thought my head was going to explode - I had an all-day headache. Days 4 - 6 were pretty similar - paracetemol, ibuprofen + codeine - nothing helped. I drank heaps of herbal tea during that time, probably a cup an hour all day whilst at work.
    After the headaches subsided, I went through a period of very poor mental clarity, it felt like a circuit that wasn't wired properly so things wouldn't fire they way they should. It wasn't so bad that I couldn't function but more like a fuzziness. That gradually improved over about a month.
    Following that though, my brain function started to improve noticeably and my mental clarity has exceeded what it was on caffeine. I realised just how much I relied on caffeine and what a disservice it was doing me. I think coffee should help you find an extra level when you need a boost, not perpetually get you to 'just functioning' - only my opinion of course!
    I still miss the ritual, especially on cold days and I really love coffee - I live in a coffee crazy city where there is amazing coffee everywhere. But it doesn't have a hold on me anymore.
    It was definitely a struggle, which is why I avoid caffeine as much as possible (I eat chocolate occasionally when it fits my macros, I'm only human!) and I don't drink decaf coffee either, it just isn't the same. Instead, I enjoy a variety of herbal teas during the day - celestial seasonings and tetley both have a great range.
    I absolutely do not regret giving it up. I feel like I have gotten something back within myself - similar to the way I feel about keto!
    Aside from the mental clarity, there are other benefits - obviously dependent on the individual - better sleep, skin improvement from hydration, being calmer, lower blood pressure to name a few.
    Hope this answered your questions without scaring you too much. I may be a special case as I said earlier - an example of this was when my boss (a neurologist) sent me home from work after I had a coffee for breakfast, came in bouncing like a puppy and had managed to raise my blood pressure to 190/130. So it may not be like this for you.
    Prepare for the worst, hope for the best and drink lots of herbal tea :) Good luck!
    TLDR; Quit coffee, had 4 day headache, was fuzzy, got better, now come into work more alert than most!

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