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V-Care Hospital

Endocrinologist Clinic

No 29, 1st main Road, A 1st Block, Devegowda Road, R T Nagar Bangalore
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V-Care Hospital is known for housing experienced Endocrinologists. Dr. Abdul, a well-reputed Endocrinologist, practices in Bangalore. Visit this medical health centre for Endocrinologists recommended by 50 patients.

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No 29, 1st main Road, A 1st Block, Devegowda Road, R T Nagar
RT Nagar Bangalore, Karnataka
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MY TSH WAS 6.94 IN FEB 2018. I AM TAKING THYRONORM 25 MG. TODAY MY TSH LEVEL IS 6.65. WHAT IS THE DOSAGE OF thyronorm I SHOULD TAKE. MY AGE IS 46 YEARS.

MBBS, CCEBDM, Diploma in Diabetology, Diploma in Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics, Cetificate Course In Thyroid Disorders Management (CCMTD)
Endocrinologist, Dharwad
MY TSH WAS 6.94 IN FEB 2018. I AM TAKING THYRONORM 25 MG. TODAY MY TSH LEVEL IS 6.65. WHAT IS THE DOSAGE OF thyronorm...
Nirmala ji, Thanks for the query. When one is adequate dosage of Levothyroxine, TSH should be maintained around 3 to 4 mU/L, at which all the symptoms are in check. Since your 6.65 mU/L, it is clear that the present dosage is not enough. It needs to be increased to at least 37.5 mcg, by adding 12.5 mcg a day. Then check TSH after 6 weeks to see if desired level is achieved. Another aspect is your weight and height, with a BMI of 31.86 kgs/Sq meter, you are already in grade 1 obesity. Your ideal body wight should be about 58 kgs, which means there is an excess of 21 kgs. This appears to be due to uncontrolled hypothyroidism. If you have any doubts please do come back. Thanks.
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I am a diabetic patient. My age is 39 years. I have been suffering from diabetes since 2011. I always take two tablets one morning (Glycomet gp 1 mg) and one evening (glimestar 1 mg. But my auger level is always 240-300 pp and 150 - 178 fasting. I want a suggestion how can I manage my blood sugar level.

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, Certificate Course In Evidence Based Diabetes Management, Certificate Course In Gestational Diabetes Mellitus
Diabetologist, Sri Ganganagar
I am a diabetic patient. My age is 39 years. I have been suffering from diabetes since 2011. I always take two tablet...
Hi sir, Your doses at to be increased or some other medicine is to be added. Get checked for HbA1c level. Please send 4-6 more readings of blood sugar levels.
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How Can You Optimize Nutrition In Diabetes?

Ph.D In Food Science & Nutrition, M.Phil Foods & Nutrition, MSc - Dietitics/Nutrition, B.Sc - Home Science
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Coimbatore
How Can You Optimize Nutrition In Diabetes?

What happens in diabetes? Your body is unable to breakdown sugar due to either production of less insulin or because of insulin insensitivity. This leads to a surge of sugar in your blood. High sugar damages key organs like kidneys, heart and nerves inside your body. If left untreated, diabetes cuts down on life expectancy and takes life away from the years a diabetic is alive. Its treatment is managing the quantity of blood sugar through diet and lifestyle changes, including exercise.

Diabetes nutrition
Diabetes nutrition requires cutting down on foods that raise blood sugar or glucose. These are called high glycemic index foods. The glycemic index is the ability of food to raise blood sugar in the body. Usually, it is measured as a reference to glucose, as 100.

So, ‘bad’ carbs are the highly processed carbohydrates like polished rice, white flours and semolina or sooji with high glycemic index. And the ‘good or healthy’ carbs are those that contain more nutrients like minerals, vitamins and fibre and low glycemic index and include fruits, whole grains and vegetables.

Fat is also a problem for diabetics. But why?
Remember, traditionally doctors have focused primarily on blood glucose management, but diabetes management today has overshot the goalpost. More people with diabetes will die of heart disease than of diabetes. Hence, diabetes nutrition management today emphasises not just glycemic control, but also the management of blood pressure, lipids, and other risk factors that may jeopardise heart health. Hence, to optimise diabetic nutrition, apart from low carbohydrate, low fat, calorie restricted diets are also crucial. Low fat diet also aids in weight loss which helps people with type 2 or adult- onset diabetes control blood glucose better.


How can you make the best use of diabetic nutrition?
Diabetic diet can be optimised by taking these simple steps

 

  1. Eat small frequent meals instead of 3 large meals at regular intervals. This helps your body use insulin better.
  2. Start your day with a good breakfast.
  3. Eat exactly the same quantity of food every day. Avoid overindulgence one day and abstinence the next.
  4. Eat more fibre which means more legumes, lentils and peas as well as fruits like pears.
  5. Use more monosaturated fats that are present in nuts, olives and walnuts.
  6. Avoid red meats- they contain saturated fats.
  7. Stay away from baked foods and processed snacks as they contain trans-fats which are bad for the heart.
  8. Exercise is key to optimising your diabetes diet. It helps you manage both your weight and insulin sensitivity. Even five percent decrease in body weight helps.

These are just some of the ways diabetic nutrition can be optimised to attain multiple goals of attaining proper blood sugar, blood pressure, and lipid goals plus achieve body weight goals for preventing or delaying diabetes complications.

My hba1c is 8.7 before taking zita plus and 8.1 after taking it. Also taking glycomet gp2 forte before breakfast and dinner. Is there anything wrong iif I take zita plus at night also after dinner. At present I am taking zita 20 after breakfast. Tnk you.

MBBS, CCEBDM, Diploma in Diabetology, Diploma in Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics, Cetificate Course In Thyroid Disorders Management (CCMTD)
Endocrinologist, Dharwad
My hba1c is 8.7 before taking zita plus and 8.1 after taking it. Also taking glycomet gp2 forte before breakfast and ...
Hello, Thanks for the query. The of ZITA Plus (Tenelegliptin 20 mg) is only once a day. It is not recommended twice a day at all. Ideally in well controlled diabetes HbA1c% should be < 6.8%. So 8.1 % is too high, showing uncontrolled diabetes. This means current treatment is not adequate, needs an up gradation. Thanks.
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HI, What type of diet patient should if he is suffering from thyroid which is under control age is 57 years.

BHMS, Diploma in Dermatology
Homeopath, Hyderabad
It's a good idea to limit your intake of Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, kale, turnips, and bok choy, because research suggests digesting these vegetables may block the thyroid's ability to utilize iodine, which is essential for normal thyroid function.
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Dear sir I am vidyavathi I have diabetes I am taking Gemer 1 tablets from 6 month every day as per Dr. but last one month I am felling some gain in my weight pl advice.

Diploma In Gastroenterology, Diploma In Dermatology, BHMS
Homeopath, Hyderabad
Dear sir I am vidyavathi I have diabetes I am taking Gemer 1 tablets from 6 month every day as per Dr. but last one m...
Don't drink water before meals. This can fill your stomach and make it harder to get in enough calories. Eat more often. ... Drink milk. ... Try weight gainer shakes. ... Use bigger plates. ... Add cream to your coffee. ... Take creatine. ... Get quality sleep.
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Diabetes

MBBS, Diploma In Diabetology, DNB - General Medicine
Diabetologist, Mumbai
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Diabetes describes a group of metabolic diseases in which the person has high blood glucose (blood sugar), either because insulin production is inadequate, or because the body's cells do not respond properly to insulin, or both.

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Diabetes - Tips For Living Healthy With It!

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), DYHE
Ayurveda, Kottayam
Diabetes - Tips For Living Healthy With It!

Check blood sugar levels once in two months. 
Maintain healthy weight and lifestyle, adopt meditation and yoga along with the diet rich in green leafy vegetables, fiber-rich fruits.
Care more your body especially drinking more water to help kidneys and eyes, breathe fresh air in pollution free environment at least two days weekly. Can go for jogging daily or a half an hour walk. 
Think positive. Think your body really works well and its improving day by day.

Hello doc. My mom have hyperthyroid prob and doc prescribed neo-mercazole 10 tablet once in a day. But as the reports says she is having TSH <0.01 and T3 532 T4 27. Can you please prescribe any other as it is severe now.

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine Specialist, Faridabad
hi, it is hyperthyroidism condition. tab. neo-mercazole 10 mg once a day sufficient . for more information you can do paid consultation with us.
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My Grandmother is 68 years old. Her sugar level is not controlling it remains always between 170 before eating food and 234 after eating food. She is not eating any sweet and sugar thing from 2 months. Sugar had also effected her eyes as doctors said that she has white motiyabind. Can somebody suggest Food Chart.

Diploma In Diet & Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Hyderabad
My Grandmother is 68 years old. Her sugar level is not controlling it remains always between 170 before eating food a...
1. Her carbohydrates level should be restricted to 30% only 2. Take only millets instead of atta/rice 3. Take proteins + salad with each meal 4. Walk 10 mins after each meal. 5. Take 1/2 tsp cinnamon powder and one tsp Amla powder with water/ milk daily. 6. Avoid all mithai, white rice, maida, fruit juice etc 7. Double water intake. 8. Follow this and her sugar levels will drop in a month.
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