The Cause Of The Body Feels All Pain For People With Diabetes Mellitus?
Good afternoon, I want to ask Ferry .. my mother has diabetes mellitus and her body feels all ache and also a headache, what are the causes and cures huh ?? Please explain … thank you …
Good evening Ferry, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Pain throughout the body and headaches, are not specific symptoms of diabetes. So in your mother's case, in general the possibility could be divided in half, that what she experienced was a complication of her diabetes, or it was indeed another condition that was not related at all.
If it is a complication, those who have had diabetes for years, especially if diabetes is not well controlled or rarely take medication, can experience complications, which can affect the eyes, blood vessels, digestion, kidneys and nerves. If indeed your mother's experience is related to a history of diabetes, it is likely due to complications to the nerve area, although usually the most common condition is tingling, not pain throughout the body.
If the conditions are not related, this is actually more likely because a person can indeed experience more than one disease at the same time. Not surprisingly, there are people with diabetes who also experience migraines, muscle injuries, kidney stones, and various infections.
So we suggest, because there are so many possibilities, you should check your mother to a general practitioner first, so that you can do a thorough examination of her condition. The doctor will do a history, physical examination and maybe also support such as blood tests to find out what condition your mother is experiencing and what is the best treatment. If you really need specialist treatment, the doctor will direct whether you should an internist, neurologist, or others.
Meanwhile, make sure your mother continues to take her medication regularly, pay close attention to her food too, don't consume too much carbohydrates like those contained in rice, noodles, bread, corn and cassava, avoid sweet foods and drinks, eat on time, and if the condition worsens, do not hesitate to check with the nearest hospital emergency room. So, hopefully answering your question.