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Sagar Hospitals - Banashankari

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Shavige Malleshwara Hills, Dayananda Sagar Institution campus, Kumaraswamy Layout. Landmark: Behind to Dayanand College Bangalore
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Our mission is to blend state-of-the-art medical technology & research with a dedication to patient welfare & healing to provide you with the best possible health care....more
Our mission is to blend state-of-the-art medical technology & research with a dedication to patient welfare & healing to provide you with the best possible health care.
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Sagar Hospitals - Banashankari is known for housing experienced Endocrinologists. Dr. Venkata Krishna Rao, a well-reputed Endocrinologist, practices in Bangalore. Visit this medical health centre for Endocrinologists recommended by 84 patients.

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Shavige Malleshwara Hills, Dayananda Sagar Institution campus, Kumaraswamy Layout. Landmark: Behind to Dayanand College
Kumaraswamy Layout Bangalore, Karnataka
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Dr. Venkata Krishna Rao

MBBS, Fellowship in Diabetology
Endocrinologist
16 Years experience
350 at clinic
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02:00 PM - 03:00 PM
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Hi Sir, I am a Type II Diabetic and take precautions as far as my medication and diet is concerned and I also walk a lot and do some light exercises and yoga. But my daily fasting and post meal readings are showing 200 or above. Very rarely do they show lower levels. What could be the reason? I do not drink or smoke.

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, Certificate Course In Evidence Based Diabetes Management, Certificate Course In Gestational Diabetes Mellitus
Diabetologist, Sri Ganganagar
Hi Sir, I am a Type II Diabetic and take precautions as far as my medication and diet is concerned and I also walk a ...
Hi sir atleast ten readings of blood sugar are requird totell exact dose and name of medicine send photo of your medicine strip Hb1ac also reqd.
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Hi, I want to know once a person starts diabetes medicine, can she stop after her hba1c come to normal?

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, Certificate Course In Evidence Based Diabetes Management, Certificate Course In Gestational Diabetes Mellitus
Diabetologist, Sri Ganganagar
Hi, I want to know once a person starts diabetes medicine, can she stop after her hba1c come to normal?
Hi lybrate-user not at all DM is alifestyle disease so one or the other medicine is to be taken tocontrol the disease.
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Sugar Shield Yourself. Don't Let Diabetes Get To You!

Phd In Naturopathy
Yoga & Naturopathy Specialist, Delhi
Sugar Shield Yourself. Don't Let Diabetes Get To You!

Say ‘diabetes’, and you will find a number of people in your circle suffering from the condition. Young generation is no more immune it, and you can certainly blame it on the modern-day lifestyle of excessive sugar intake and a less active routine.

Our desk jobs have made our lives sedentary. Even children are now found to be jostling with diabetes, because of how non-active their lifestyle has become. To top it, the kind of food we consume is unhealthy rather than being healthy and nutritious. All these things are responsible for early onset of this lifestyle disease.

Irrespective of age or gender, diabetes has been affecting people in large numbers, today. In fact, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), it is estimated that India will have 80 million people with diabetes by 2030. Such high prevalence of this disease is quite worrisome.

Diabetes: This villain doesn’t need an invitation

Diabetes is a lifelong condition, that progressively aggravates if not brought under control. It can’t be cured but can just be managed once you are diagnosed with it. And it leads to various other health ailments, like:

  • Blindness

  • Kidney failure

  • Heart failure

  • Stroke

  • Skin problems

  • Fatigue

  • High blood pressure

Knowing now the harmful consequences of high sugar levels, it is important that the condition is managed well. While some of you might have already fallen prey to diabetes, there are others who might be mildly diabetic or pre-diabetic. For the latter set of people, it can be managed easily.

What is pre-diabetes?

Pre-diabetes is a warning alarm for diabetes. It happens when your blood sugar level is higher than normal, but not high enough to make you consider as a diabetic. This condition can be managed by eating healthy - reducing intake of too much of carbohydrates, cutting down on junk food and aerated drinks and of course, limiting intake of sugar. In addition to it, you have to stay active and exercise religiously. There are also products available in the market like Setu Sugar Shield that is made with a view to help pre-diabetics.

Setu Sugar Shield is a unique, compact, potent formulation for those concerned about mild diabetic or pre-diabetic condition. It has antioxidants and vitamins (i.e. vitamin C) and mineral (selenium) to support actions of Setu Sugar Shield. It contains ingredients such as Alpha Lipoic Acid, Cinnamon, Chromium and Biotin that help keep elevated sugar levels under control.

So, if you have been diagnosed with pre-diabetes, you now know how to ‘Sugar Shield’ it

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Hi Sir, How to reduce uric acid from body what should be consumed / taken in our diet. For osteoporosis what diet should be taken. Are above problems are related?

DNB, MBBS, Fellowship in Joint Replacement
Orthopedist, Zirakpur
Hi Sir, How to reduce uric acid from body what should be consumed / taken in our diet.
For osteoporosis what diet sho...
You have to take plenty of fluids. And to reduce protein intake. For osteoporosis take calcium supplements.
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Hi Sir, I'm 42 years old. I have hypothyroidism. I'm under medication for this condition. But the symptoms have not gone completely. I tend to put on weight really quick. I feel dizzy often. Is there any way of taking care of these symptoms?

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
Hi Sir, I'm 42 years old. I have hypothyroidism. I'm under medication for this condition. But the symptoms have not g...
Dear Lybrateuser, - To keep weight under control you have modify your diet & do regular exercise - have more of fibre containing foods such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains instead of refined ones & protein foods, healthy fats as in olive or canola or sunflower oil, nuts, avocados, seafood & seeds such as flax, sesame & chia seeds - do regular exercise like walking, yoga to reduce weight - for dizziness have more of fluids including 8-10 glasses of water per day - get bp, hemoglobin & blood sugar checked.
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Hi Sir, I recently discovered I am diabetic about a month back. I am now walking daily about 6-7 kms and some light exercises also. Medication is on time and diet is also reasonable. I want to Know if you can help Me diet chart. Vegetarian person with no allergies except tea.

Diploma In Diet & Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Hyderabad
Hi Sir, I recently discovered I am diabetic about a month back. I am now walking daily about 6-7 kms and some light e...
1. Diabetes can be controlled/managed by a proper regulated diet and exercise. 2. Avoid 3 big meals. Instead take small mini meals every 2/3 hours. 3. Take some protiens plus green vegetables/salad with every minimeal. 4. Avoid white foods like white rice, noodles, pizza, burger, white rotis. 5. Instead take whole grain foods like brown rice, multigrain atta, millets etc. 6. Avoid all forms of simple sugars/carbs like Colas, juices, sweets, cakes, biscuits etc. 7. Eat fruits with low/medium GI index like apple, guava, mosambi, orange. 8. Do at least 30-45 mins of exercise everyday. Walk for 10 mins after every meal. 9. These steps can help reduce sugar levels.
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Hello, Is hair colouring advisable to diabetic patients? I am diabetic from last 24 years.

MBBS
Internal Medicine Specialist, Allahabad
Hello, Is hair colouring advisable to diabetic patients? I am diabetic from last 24 years.
Yes, there's no harm due to diabetes. Usage of poor quality dyeing agents may cause skin problems, but that will be there whether you r diabetic or non-diabetic. Nothing worse in Diabetics.
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Type 2 Diabetes - Things That You Can Follow To Stay Healthy!

MBBS, DNB - General Medicine, Post Graduate Diploma in Diabetology (PGDD)(Madras Medical College), F.R.C.P Edin (UK)
Diabetologist, Navi Mumbai
Type 2 Diabetes - Things That You Can Follow To Stay Healthy!

Type 2 diabetes is commonly seen in adults, but nowadays its prevalence is rapidly increasing in young adults and even teenagers. It is a chronic disorder that adversely affects the way your body processes and metabolizes the glucose (blood sugar). 

In Type 2 Diabetes, your body either resist the effects of insulin, a hormone that controls the sugar flow into the cells or does not produce adequate insulin to maintain a normal glucose level. Incorporating a healthy living, with the focus being on eating healthy and exercising regularly (for about 30-45 minutes) can help keep Diabetes Type 2 in check.

  1. Take small and frequent meals i.e. 4-6 times a day spread across regular time intervals. Also, carry a quick fix of carbs that can come to aid when the sugar levels drop. 
  2. Foods rich in fiber and complex carbohydrates, such as bread, vegetables, fruits and whole grain cereals should be at the top of the priority food list. Stay away from fatty or fried food. 
  3. Keep a check on your glucose level regularly at home with the help of a blood glucose meter. 
  4. A three monthly HBA1C test (three-month average blood sugar) can help to know overall blood sugar control. 
  5. Limit consumption of alcohol and completely cut down on tobacco. 
  6. Get up from your couch and hit the nearest jog course or do the exercise of your choice. There is no substitute to physical activities if you are on your way to control Diabetes; be if any type. 
  7. Assess cholesterol and blood pressure count periodically. 
  8. Because of nerve damage and poor blood circulation, your foot may have to bear the brunt of this disorder as well. Take good care of your feet. Check your feet for swelling, red spots and blisters; wear special shoes with a soft pair of socks that can keep your feet dry. Get your feet examine by special instruments for blood circulation and sensation in feet. 
  9. Diabetes damages oral health as well. Visit a dentist for a gum and tooth checkup at least a couple of times in a year. 
  10. Get your kidneys and retina tested as diabetes may weaken the blood vessels of these areas.
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