Shortness Of Breath Suddenly And Often Occurs In Diabetics?
Good afternoon, I want to ask my mother who has DM type 2 and has just undergone an amputation due to her infection and has been treated at home for 2 months, even though I have to go back and forth to the hospital and just a week ago was discharged from the hospital, which I want to ask, a few days This is my mother often chapters and (sorry) her poop is also a little bit, not only that, my mother also suddenly experiences shortness of breath even though so far she doesn’t have a history of shortness of breath, what should I do, is there any medicine that can overcome this? oh yes and the blood sugar level this morning is 245mg / dl, please answer.
In patients with a history of DM, and a history of leg vein damage, it shows that the DM disease process has been going on for a long time. The longstanding DM disease process carries the risk of causing complications in the body system in addition to limb blood vessel disorders, such as:
1. a heart disorder
3. liver disorders
4. kidney disorders
5. disorders of the nervous system
6. disorders of the blood acid-base metabolism
7. eye disorders
8. interference with the immune system and endurance
The high risk of patients with uncontrolled Dm requires direct supervision and care by your family doctor and / or internal medicine doctor. Thus, complications of diabetes can be minimized.
Therefore, there are complaints of shortness of breath and diarrhea, possibly this condition is caused by the influence of DM on the patient's heart and digestive system. However, this condition needs to be confirmed directly by the doctor who treats your mother.
The influence of the type of food consumed can also cause the same complaint. In addition, high blood pressure (if there is one) and decreased heart function can also cause tightness in your mother. The presence of acid-base blood disorders can also trigger the risk of complaints of tightness in patients with DM. However, back again, this condition also needs to be confirmed directly by the doctor who treats your mother.
What needs to be done during home care is to maintain good fluid intake, avoid patient stress and anxiety, optimize healthy sleep, exercise according to your ability, and lose weight if you are obese.
That is the information we can convey, also read diabetes.