My wife recently has some cosmetic surgery. For unknown reasons, the Dr. Kept her under for 12 plus hours. She now has trouble focusing and has lost some of her vision. She is not the same and seems…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by nana4141 Sep 13, 2012.
"That sounds dreadful, but to make any suggestions, it would be better to know what part of the body was worked on, and find out which anesthetic was used, and whether this is usual with it's reaction. I hope your wife is…"
My wife recently has some cosmetic surgery. For unknown reasons, the Dr. Kept her under for 12 plus hours. She now has trouble focusing and has lost some of her vision. She is not the same and seems to be loopy. It is going on 4 months since the surgery and when we asked the Dr. why he kept her under so long, his answer was "I don't know, I just really got into my work." is this normal? will she get better? Please advise.See More
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According to the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 24 million Americans have Diabetes Mellitus (DM), and about 6 millions of them are not aware that they are diabetics. By the time when…"
According to the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 24 million Americans have Diabetes Mellitus (DM), and about 6 millions of them are not aware that they are diabetics. By the time when they are diagnosed with DM for abnormal blood glucose tests, they have likely had other ongoing pathological changes inside their bodies such as cataracts, retinopathy, arteriosclerosis and atherosclerosis, hypertension, coronary heart disease and stroke, arthritis and fibromyalgia (fibromyositis), cancer(s), even neurodegenerative changes such as Alzheimer’s disease, just to name a few.
DM only represents a stage of a disease, daily repeated hyperglycemia, when about 50% of the pancreatic beta cells are destroyed by inflammation, which is a result of excessive consumption of carbohydrates. The pathological changes are progressive and accumulative, unless the individual mindfully reduces the consumption of carbohydrates. Thus, simply waiting for a diagnosis with DM has no value in preventive medicine, is passive and unacceptable.
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