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They told me, “Well, you are having a miscarriage.”

PCOS is particularly complex in that it is not only an endocrine condition but it also involves thrombotic and immune issues. According to the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, about 25% of known pregnancies end in miscarriage. Approximately two out of every ten pregnancies will result in miscarriage. And stress and high levels of caffeine and alcohol intake may be contributing factors, says Associate Professor Tan Thiam Chye, Head and Senior Consultant, Inpatient Service, Department of General Obstetrics & Gynaecology, KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital (KKH), a member of the SingHealth group. It doesn’t mean that anything’s wrong with the mother or father — or that it will necessarily happen the next time. chromosomal abnormalities Bryan Cowan, MD, chairman of the department of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, Jackson said these chromosomal abnormalities or discrepancies to be the cause of

Glucagon-like peptide 1 and gastric inhibitory polypeptide: potential applications in type 2 diabetes mellitus. –

The results of the present study in a Japanese patient with type 2 diabetes show that the administration of sitagliptin in addition to insulin therapy has beneficial effects on stabilizing the fluctuating glucose levels. The glucagon-like peptide-1 response in terms of area under the curve from 0–240 min after the start of the meal was significantly decreased in the patients (2482 ± 145 compared with 3101 ± 198 pmol/liter·240 min; P = 0.024). To address this, we studied eight adult Goettingen minipigs before and after an approximately 60% reduction in beta-cell mass induced by alloxan. To differentiate these effects, glucose, insulin, C-peptide and glucagon were determined during the last 24 h of a 3-day period without food (severe calorie restriction) and a calorie-sufficient, carbohydrate-free diet. Utilizing a novel system we designed for repetitive gene synthesis, various GLP-1 polymers were designed and tested as potential therapeutic payload for PODs. Biological

Course of brittle diabetes: 12 year follow up. – PubMed


Chronic pancreatitis is the result of chronic inflammation of the pancreas which results in irreversible damage. In hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism of autoimmune thyroiditis as underlying cause, patient may show antibodies against Islet cell and develops diabetes mellitus. Thus it is generally reported that type 3c diabetes mellitus is difficult to control, although there are only very few studies in this field[29,30]. I have had several attacks which almost caused me to choke – frightening when one is alone! The incidence of pancreatic diabetes was 19.2%. Most current evidence strongly suggest an etiologic relationship between MRG and a localized chronic fungal infection specially Candida albicans. The patients of Brittle diabetes mellitus followed over a long period of time have been noted to have certain characteristics like, most patients were consistent in whether their recurrent episodes were hyperglycemic or hypoglycemic in nature.

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Health Alerts: Xylitol and Pedialyte

Xylitol pronounced – zylitol is the best tasting sugar subtitute I have ever used! Besides great benefits for your teeth they also have mouth watering taste! I posted the following in my original thread, but thought I would include it below in hopes that someone can provide answers/reassurances. Well, here is a great idea that will benefit you and your holiday cravings – replacing processed sugar with the natural healthy alternative, xylitol, so you can enjoy some of your favorite desserts guilt-free this holiday season. Xylitol also occurs naturally in our bodies – in fact, an average size adult manufactures up to 15 grams of xylitol daily during normal metabolism. It is extracted through a scientific process. The corn cob source appears to be more environmentally friendly than birch bark source.

Sorbitol and mannitol are isomers: substances that have the same chemical formula and molecular weight, but may differ in chemical properties and physical structure