Symptoms Are Often Urinating, Dry Skin, Increased Appetite And Black Spots On The Groin?
Good night, I want to ask for the characteristics of frequent urination, thin body, dry skin, increased appetite, and the presence of black spots around the groin, more to high blood. Is there diabetes with blood sugar levels of 379 mg / dl? Thank you
High blood pressure (hypertension) is characterized by an increase in blood pressure> = 140/90 mmHg. The diagnosis of hypertension is certainly based on a blood pressure examination carried out with a sphygmomanometer. If the measurement results obtained in 2 different high chance, it can be diagnosed as hypertension. Hypertension patients generally do not feel any symptoms, until finally complications arise such as stroke or heart disease.
Diabetes mellitus is a metabolic disease that arises due to a disruption in the production of the hormone insulin by the pancreas. The hormone insulin is useful for regulating blood sugar levels in the body and mediating the utilization of sugar in the blood by the body's cells to produce energy. If the insulin hormone is low, then the sugar in the blood remains high and the body's cells cannot use the sugar. Type 2 diabetes mellitus which is common in older people, is usually caused due to unhealthy lifestyles coupled with genetic factors (parents of diabetes mellitus).
The classic symptoms of diabetes mellitus are:
Polydipsia: drink a lot but still thirsty Polyphagia: eat a lot but stay hungry. Patients eat a lot, but glucose from food stays in the blood cannot be utilized by body cells, because insulin is absent / low. Polyuria: frequent urination Other accompanying symptoms are wounds that are difficult to heal, numbness and tingling in the hands or feet, fungal infections of the skin or other body parts, vision problems, and so on. High sugar in the blood will cause a diagnosis made from the results of blood glucose tests that meet the following criteria:
Fasting blood sugar> = 126 mg / dl or blood sugar 2 hours after eating or oral glucose tolerance test> = 200 mg / dl or blood sugar> = 200 mg / dl + classic symptoms of diabetes mellitus or signs of hyperglycemia crisis or HBA1c examination results > = 6.5% Well, if you have obtained the results of such tests (high blood glucose) further examination is needed with a doctor so that appropriate treatment can be given. Management of diabetes mellitus requires a combination of lifestyle modifications including a special diet for patients with diabetes mellitus and physical activity; oral administration of hypolicemic drugs; to injecting insulin in certain cases. Patients should have regular check-ups with the doctor to evaluate whether or not the blood glucose is on target and adjust the drug dosage. Periodic checks with other doctors also need to be done to detect early complications of diabetes mellitus. Thus the explanation from me, hopefully useful.