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I’ve had diabetes for about 20 years and my feet have become more and more numb. Recently, I been getting burning pain in my toes as well. What is going on? What can I do?

It appears you have been developing diabetic neuropathy. People with diabetes often develop nerve damage caused by high sugar levels and decreased blood flow. The nerve damage is initially temporary but may become permanent if the blood sugar levels are not well controlled. Peripheral nerve damage often results in numbness, tingling, burning pain, and lack . . . → Read More: I’ve had diabetes for about 20 years and my feet have become more and more numb. Recently, I been getting burning pain in my toes as well. What is going on? What can I do?

Hi, I have a dilemma because a female claims she ended her period on July 13, 2010 (not sure if that’s true or not). We met for the first time and had sex on July 14, 2010 and many days after. On July 27, 2010 she got a blood test at the doctors and it said she was pregnant and the hcg level was at 27. Im not sure what she told the doctors and if that played a part in the due date or if its based off of ultrasounds and hormone levels but the due date given was April 25, 2011 by her doctor. A due date of April 15, 2011 was given based on a couple unexpected trips to the hospital for spotting. They checked her hormone levels and did measurements of the sac by transvaginal ultrasound at the hospital on Aug. 24, 2010. At the hospital they couldn’t see the baby until the following week but tried measuring the sac and said she was approximately 5 weeks and 1 day based on what they could gather and see. She was having sex with multiple guys around the same time period for a while now. When would she have most likely gotten pregnant? Is finding out she’s pregnant within 13 days after having sex and having the hcg level at 27 likely? How soon can you find out you’re pregnant by blood tests after having sex? How far along could she have been at the point she found out she was pregnant? How accurate is the due date based on the size of the baby by the ultrasound? How much could false information she’s giving them affect the due date? Also is it possible they couldn’t see the baby if she was more than 5 weeks pregnant (perhaps 7 or 8 weeks)? She’s very dishonest and a habitual liar and I am very stressed and don’t want to wait months hoping it’s not mine but not knowing. Based on all the facts given and the due date given by her doctor based on the ultrasound pics, what conclusion or opinion do you have on what’s going on and what I should think?

A blood HCG level is a good way to calculate gestational age. A general rule of thumb is that HCG should double every 48-72 hours in early pregnancy. An HCG level greater than 25 mIU/mL is considered enough evidence for pregnancy. To answer your question, a blood test for HCG detecting a level of 27 . . . → Read More: Hi, I have a dilemma because a female claims she ended her period on July 13, 2010 (not sure if that’s true or not). We met for the first time and had sex on July 14, 2010 and many days after. On July 27, 2010 she got a blood test at the doctors and it said she was pregnant and the hcg level was at 27. Im not sure what she told the doctors and if that played a part in the due date or if its based off of ultrasounds and hormone levels but the due date given was April 25, 2011 by her doctor. A due date of April 15, 2011 was given based on a couple unexpected trips to the hospital for spotting. They checked her hormone levels and did measurements of the sac by transvaginal ultrasound at the hospital on Aug. 24, 2010. At the hospital they couldn’t see the baby until the following week but tried measuring the sac and said she was approximately 5 weeks and 1 day based on what they could gather and see. She was having sex with multiple guys around the same time period for a while now. When would she have most likely gotten pregnant? Is finding out she’s pregnant within 13 days after having sex and having the hcg level at 27 likely? How soon can you find out you’re pregnant by blood tests after having sex? How far along could she have been at the point she found out she was pregnant? How accurate is the due date based on the size of the baby by the ultrasound? How much could false information she’s giving them affect the due date? Also is it possible they couldn’t see the baby if she was more than 5 weeks pregnant (perhaps 7 or 8 weeks)? She’s very dishonest and a habitual liar and I am very stressed and don’t want to wait months hoping it’s not mine but not knowing. Based on all the facts given and the due date given by her doctor based on the ultrasound pics, what conclusion or opinion do you have on what’s going on and what I should think?

My blood tests came back normal — hormone levels, etc. so they say I’m not in menopause, but I have all the horrible symptoms of it. Now they want to do an ultrasound to check the lining. What could that possibly mean is wrong? I’m just concerned. I do not take hormone replacements. Just exercise alot and do weight lifting.

The average age for menopause in modern women is approximately 50-52 years. By definition, a woman is menopausal if she has no menses for a period of 12 months and all other medical reasons have been excluded. Hormone levels fluctuate daily based on a variety of factors; they are a poor indicator of menopause and . . . → Read More: My blood tests came back normal — hormone levels, etc. so they say I’m not in menopause, but I have all the horrible symptoms of it. Now they want to do an ultrasound to check the lining. What could that possibly mean is wrong? I’m just concerned. I do not take hormone replacements. Just exercise alot and do weight lifting.

I am considering purchasing a anti wrinkle cream actually an all in one skin cream. The name of the cream is Life Cell. I would like further information on this cream before I spend money on something that isn’t worth it. Can you give me any information on this skin care product?

Vitamin A derivatives are the mainstay therapy for wrinkles. Tretinoin (all-trans-retinoic acid), also known as Retin-A, is currently the only topical agent FDA-approved for the treating of wrinkles and furrows caused by prolonged sun damage. Retinol and Tazarotene are also vitamin A derivatives becoming more widely used in topical creams and studies have shown they . . . → Read More: I am considering purchasing a anti wrinkle cream actually an all in one skin cream. The name of the cream is Life Cell. I would like further information on this cream before I spend money on something that isn’t worth it. Can you give me any information on this skin care product?