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Liked on YouTube: USA vs BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China & South Africa) 2017- Who Would Win?

For a number of years now, a handful of nations have been developing at a rapid pace, and today we’ll compare them with the mighty USA, in this episode of the Infographics Show, the USA vs. BRICS. ❤ SUBSCRIBE: ❤


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Diabetes Symptoms | Diabetes Type 2 signs and symptoms | Diabetes Mellitus


Diabetes Symptoms | Diabetes Type 2 signs and symptoms | Diabetes Mellitus |

Diabetes is a common condition

About 37 million people in unites States have diabetes. & 90-95% people have type 2 diabetes

Onset of symptoms are


Which is the real problem as people can’t realise much about diabetes Signs

Frequent Urination

In Diabetes, the blood sugar level goes high in response the Kidney’s try to remove excess sugar by filtering it out of body
This makes person to pee more often. Especially at night time.

Increase thirst

The frequent Urination results in loss of water from body resulting in dehydration. This needs the urge to drink water more than usual

Frequent hunger

Our body digestive system breaks the food components into glucose which takes up as an energy/fuel

In diabetic people not enough of this glucose reach body cells through bloodstream

So people suffering diabetes type 2 feels constantly hungar.


A diabetic person feels tired & weak more often due to insufficient sugar reaching body cells through bloodstream

Blurred vision

The people with diabetes have blurred vision usually due to 2 reasons

High glucose levels damage blood vessels in eyes
Swelling of eye lens

If a person goes without proper eye treatment, it may lead to permanent vision loss

Slow healing sores

High sugar levels in blood may cause nerve damage & Poor circulation which results in time taking healing of wounds.

Tingling, numbness or pain in hands & feet

High Blood sugar levels damage the nerves which results in numbness & pain

Dark skin patches

Dark skin patch or band of velvet skin appear on creases of neck armpit or groin.

Itching & yeast infection

Excess sugar in urine provides food for yeast Which can lead to fungal infections.
Them fungal infection tend to occur on warm moist area of skin such as mouth genital areas & armpit

Unplanned weight loss

The body cells needs glucose for energy. When sufficient glucose doesnt reaches cells, body starts taking energy from fats & muscles which results in weight loss.

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Diabetes Symptoms in Women? | Endocrinology | Dr. Lakshmi Lavanya Alapati When women get diabetes, they have symptoms like hand pain, Shoulder pain, Hip Pain, Back pain etc., Women who have diabetes have difficulty sleeping because they have increased urination, increased thirst, and lost weight. #healthvideos #healthcarevideo #wellnessvideos #healthtips

Liked on YouTube: How to take METFORMIN | What All Patients Need to Know | Dose, Side Effects & More

Metformin in its generic form, is a commonly used medication for type 2 diabetes. In this video Dr Hart-Pinto answers the most common questions on including:

• How and when should you take your Metformin
• How long does it take for the medication to work?
• How long will you need to take my medication?
• Are there any side effects?


Metformin is also known under the following brand names:
• Glucophage
• Bolamyn
• Diagemet
• Glucient
• Metabet
• Riomet


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00:00 Intro
00:45 What is Metformin?
01:53 Is Metformin safe for me?
02:24 Pregnancy & Breastfeeding
02:46 Is it safe to take Metformin with my current medications?
03:27 What is the correct dose of Metformin?
03:53 How long does Metformin take to work?
04:09 How and when to take Metformin
04:31 Are there any foods I should avoid?
04:49 Can I Drink Alcohol with this medication?
05:03 I have missed my dose. What should I do?
05:19 I have accidentally taken too much medication.
04:47 How long will I need to take my medication?
06:07 Side Effects of Metformin
07:28 Hypoglycaemia
08:18 Legal Disclaimer
08:41 End Screen


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Videos cover definitions, aetiology, symptoms, clinical features, management, prognosis and complications of a wide variety of medical topics.

1. Dr. A. Hart-Pinto MBChB (Hons) BSc (Hons) MRCS
2. Dr. Najeebah Jaunbocus MBChB MRCGP


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Liked on YouTube: Metformin Side effects | Tips to Avoid

Metformin side-effects | Metformin adverse effects | How to avoid metformin side effects

Metformin delays gastric emptying and reduce appetite. It causes the most common side-effects like nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, anorexia and even constipation.

Metformin can also cause heartburn and dyspepsia. It can cause chest discomfort and heartburn.

You may feel dizzy while taking metformin.

Metformin induced hypoglycaemia

Hypoglycemia menas low blood sugar. Metformin doesn’t usually cause hypoglycaemia. However, if you skip your meal during taking metformin then it can lead to low blood sugar level in your blood.

Other signs & symptoms:

stomach pain
Excessive hunger
Excess sweating
abnormally fast or slow heartbeat

Long term use of metformin can cause vitamin B12 deficiency.

Now the side-effect we need to worry about is lactic acidosis. It more commonly occurs in Renal failure patients as it is excreted unchanged in urine.

Now some other side-effects like weakness can also be seen with metformin use. It is also called asthenia.
There is also an increase association of upper respiratory track infection while using metformin.

Metformin is also associated with taste changes. You can experience metallic tase while using metformin. The tase sensation can also appear to be bland in some patients.

Metformin can cause myalgia. Which means you can have muscle pain and muscle tenderness.
You can also experience diaphoresis or excessive sweating, Rhinitis or inflamed runny nose or congestion.


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Liked on YouTube: New Insulin Cost Cap Excludes An Estimated 21 Million People

The Inflation Reduction Act includes a $35 a month limit on what patients pay out of pocket for insulin. But that’s only for those with Medicare; it’s estimated that there are more than 21 million people left out of the legislation who still have to pay tens of thousands of dollars a year for the life-saving medicine. Two brothers tell NBC News’ Gadi Schwartz about their anger at the exclusion. “We don’t have other options,” one says.

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