Blood glucose levels can rise well above normal for significant periods without producing any permanent effects or symptoms. However, chronic hyperglycemia at levels more than slightly above normal can produce a very wide variety of serious complications over a period of years, including kidney damage, neurological damage, cardiovascular damage, damage to the retina or damage to feet and legs. Diabetic neuropathy may be a result of long-term hyperglycemia.
4 types of PCOS? This is interesting - I have all but 1 marker for "Type 3" though I also have elevated LH so who knows... She's right about at least one thing though - I have high LH and vitex doesn't work for me AT ALL.
Anatomy and Physiology: Endocrine System Fibromyalgia is primarily a neurological disorder that starts with the Hypothalamus. That is the part of the brain that controls hormones, pain sensations and tells the rest of your brain what to do.