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LifeAID Clinic - Bhajanpura

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Endocrinologist Clinic

C 249 Thana Road Bhajanpura New Delhi
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Our medical care facility offers treatments from the best doctors in the field of Diabetologist.Customer service is provided by a highly trained, professional staff who look after your co......more
Our medical care facility offers treatments from the best doctors in the field of Diabetologist.Customer service is provided by a highly trained, professional staff who look after your comfort and care and are considerate of your time. Their focus is you.
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LifeAID Clinic - Bhajanpura is known for housing experienced Endocrinologists. Dr. Hanish Gupta, a well-reputed Endocrinologist, practices in New Delhi. Visit this medical health centre for Endocrinologists recommended by 103 patients.

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Symptoms and Tests to Diagnose Diabetes
How to Detect Diabetes
Tests which confirm about Diabetes and its Symptoms
Know More About Diabetes
How alcohol affects liver and metabolism?
Ill Effects of Alcohol
Diabetes is the major cause of Kidney Disease!
Affect of Diabetes on Kidney
Here are some causes and treatments for thyroid
Knowing thyroid problems
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I am suffering from diabetics, and I am getting too much leg pain. What might be the reason please.

MBBS, DNB (General Medicine)
Endocrinologist, Delhi
I am suffering from diabetics, and I am getting too much leg pain. What might be the reason please.
Diabetes leads to damage on the nerves of the body and due to damage to nerves the sensations for which these nerves are responsible which could be touch, pain, cold, hot etc would get compromised. Pain in legs is one such thing for which diabetics get prone to due to diabetic neuropathy.
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My father is 70 years old with diabetes and single bypass. His average sugar level is within 200. But of late, he is having 350 sugar level with severe constipation. Whatever he eats, he is vomiting and very weak. He is on insulin once daily at night, can the insulin dosage be given twice for couple of days to reduce sugar level. Two, is there any medicine which would immediately give relief from gas and constipation. For the weakness, what kind of ORS can be given to him. Please respond ASAP, this is very urgent. Thanks, Usha.

MBBS, DNB (General Medicine)
Endocrinologist, Delhi
My father is 70 years old with diabetes and single bypass. His average sugar level is within 200. But of late, he is ...
All the solutions and the problems that you are perceiving are completely incorrect. You cannot have a proper solution if you interpreted the problem in the wrong way in the first place. If average blood sugar is 350 mg/dl, then in itself it may cause vomiting due to a very critical problem called Diabetic ketoacidosis Or DKA. Moreover, not everything is due to gas/acidity/constipation - they are one of the problems - not the only problem. Moreover, ORS is glucose solution - never ever think about giving it to a diabetic patient without recommendation. Plus, You have stated just Insulin- please be aware that there are many variants of insulin which vary according to type, time of action, duration of action etc. These parameters decide when and in which frequency insulin would be advised.
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Thyroid Cancer - What Puts You At Risk?

MBBS, DNB (General Medicine)
Endocrinologist, Delhi
Thyroid Cancer - What Puts You At Risk?

Thyroid cancer occurs in the cells of the thyroid gland which is found at the base of your neck, just below your Adam's apple. Your thyroid produces important hormones like TSH that regulate your heart rate, blood pressure, body temperature and weight. Thyroid cancer is an uncommon kind of cancer which usually doesn’t cause symptoms in the early stage.

However, symptoms like the following mean that you should see a doctor immediately

  1. A lump on your neck that can be felt
  2. Changes in your voice, including an increase in hoarseness
  3. Difficulty in swallowing
  4. Pain in the neck and throat

Risk factors and causes
The precise cause of thyroid cancer and the risk factors is still unknown, but research is going on to try to find out more. There are, however, a number of factors that may increase your risk of developing thyroid cancer. These are called risk factors. These are a few common ones:

  1. Benign or non-cancerous thyroid disease like:
    • An enlarged thyroid or goitre
    • Thyroid nodules or adenomas
    • Inflammation of the thyroid called thyroiditis
    • Benign thyroid disease is genetic. You are more at risk of getting thyroid cancer if you have family members with this disease. Your risk is even higher if more than one member of your family is affected.
  2. Exposure to radiation:
    • Any type of radiotherapy to the neck area can increase your risk of developing thyroid cancer years later.
    • Exposure to high levels of radiation in the environment can also increase your risk.
  3. Diabetes - A number of studies are pointing to the fact that diabetes may play a big role in thyroid cancer risk. Research is confirming that there is a very strong role in metabolic syndrome, obesity, and diabetes as precipitating factors in thyroid cancer development. Plausible reasons that may link diabetes to higher thyroid cancer risk include:
    • Chronic thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) stimulation: Diabetics are susceptible to disruption in thyroid hormone balance, upping cancer risk. Elevated circulating insulin levels in type 2 diabetics with insulin resistance increase risk too. Anti-diabetic medication is linked to thyroid cancer.
    • Concomitant increased body mass index (BMI): In diabetics is also associated with increased risk for cancer in general, and thyroid cancer in particular.
    • Chronic exposure to glucose: This has been linked recently to increased thyroid cancer risk.
    • Elevated prevalence of vitamin D deficiency: The diabetics in animal studies is linked to increased cancer risk.
  4. Inherited gene: Your risk of developing thyroid cancer goes up if you have inherited an altered gene that causes a bowel condition called familial adenomatous polyposis or FAP. So, you should get yourself tested if anyone in your family has this genetic condition to see if you have the same altered gene.
  5. Sex: Being female Thyroid cancer is more common in women than men.
  6. Weight: People who are overweight may have a higher risk of getting thyroid cancer. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an Endocrinologist.
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TMT Test - Why It Is Done In Diabetes?

MBBS, DNB (General Medicine)
Endocrinologist, Delhi
TMT Test - Why It Is Done In Diabetes?

A Stress test is done by making you do exercises like walking on a treadmill or riding a stationary bike during an Electro Cardiogram or ECG. Sometimes, medication to stimulate your heart is used instead of exercise.

The stress test compares the circulation of blood in the heart when you are resting and when you are under optimum physical pressure. There are various types of stress tests, but the most common of them is the Treadmill Stress Test or TMT. 

Why it’s done?

  1. A stress test is a common test for identifying a heart problem like Coronary Artery Disease or CAD in which the major blood vessels that supply your heart with blood, oxygen and nutrients, also called coronary arteries, get blocked, damaged or diseased. 
  2. It’s also used for determining the condition of your heart after a heart attack.
  3. TMT utilizes exercise so it helps to show up extreme shortness in breathing, chest discomfort, dizziness and sudden weakness- all of these indicating an underlying heart condition.
  4. TMT is also used to check the efficiency of the heart medications for diseases like angina and ischemia and to monitor heart function in patients who’ve had an angioplasty or a heart attack earlier.
  5. It is also to identify an abnormal heart rhythm due to exercise.

CAD and Diabetes
People with diabetes are at high risk of coronary artery disease, as it tends to present late, Diabetics also suffer more silent heart muscle problems like Ischemia. This is why TMT is a lifesaver for diabetics as early detection and intervention can save lives.

Preparation

  1. You need to prepare yourself before you take a stress test.
  2. You must not eat or drink anything but water for four hours before the exercise stress test which includes TMT.
  3. You should not drink any beverage with caffeine for twelve hours before the test too.
  4. You must stop all medications for the heart on the day the test is scheduled, unless specifically instructed by your doctor.
  5. If you are a diabetic, you should ask your doctor how much insulin can you inject on the day of the test, and if you are on pills, be aware that the medication is only to be taken after the completion of the stress test.
  6. You should wear comfortable clothes and soft walking shoes or sneakers for the TMT.

How is a TMT done?
A nurse or technician will place electrodes on your chest. These are then attached to wires that carry the electrical activity of your heart to the monitor and recorder of the ECG/EKG machine. These leads record different parts of your heart.

  1. Before you start the test, the EKG will record your heart activity on paper. This is called the Resting EKG.
  2. Initially, the treadmill is switched on at a rather slow ‘warm-up’ speed and gradually both the incline of the treadmill and the speed is increased every three minutes called stages.
  3. During TMT your blood pressure is recorded at the second minute in every stage.
  4. A stress test generally takes up to 90 minutes from beginning to end, but the exercise part of the test takes only 20 minutes.
  5. If you develop any uneasiness, TMT is stopped before the target heart rate is achieved.

How TMT Works
During the TMT, the healthy arteries in the heart dilate more than the blocked ones. This uneven dilation means that more blood is provided to the heart by the healthy arteries as compared to the blocked ones to their designated areas. This lowered blood flow makes the muscles in those areas thirsty for more blood during the TMT, creating symptoms like chest pain, and/or shortness of breath. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an Endocrinologist.

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A friend of my is taking tazloc 80 and novastat tg 10 daily. Does tazloc 80 creates ed? If yes, please advise alternate medicine.

MBBS, DNB (General Medicine)
Endocrinologist, Delhi
A friend of my is taking tazloc 80 and
novastat tg 10 daily.
Does tazloc 80 creates ed?
If yes, please advise alterna...
Tazloc contains telmisartan and as such this medicine is in not significantly implicated in causing erectile dysfunction.
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I am a diabetic patient. My present sugar level fasting 101 and pp 175. From last 10 years I have been suffering from ED and I was treated with local physician with sildenafil (Viagra) and tadalafil but I got no result moreover I became very weak and I have lost my libido. My present HB 12.5 and testosterone 4.2. Now I kindly request you to kindly suggest some medicine so that I may get relief from ED. Thanking you, Abdur Rahaman.

MBBS, DNB (General Medicine)
Endocrinologist, Delhi
I am a diabetic patient. My present sugar level fasting 101 and pp 175. From last 10 years I have been suffering from...
Both silfenafil and Tadafil are good medicines for the relief of the problem that you referring. However, if you have not been satisfied with the results from the usage of both these medicines then definitely you need further work up.
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I am diabetic, 68 yrs, with + proteins in urine, creatine is 1.05. Can I drink 3 liters of water every day to clean my kidneys. please suggest. Thanks.

MBBS, DNB (General Medicine)
Endocrinologist, Delhi
I am diabetic, 68 yrs, with + proteins in urine, creatine is 1.05. Can I drink 3 liters of water every day to clean m...
Your kidneys don't get flushed or cleaned because of water. For common thinking, it is ok to believe that since kidneys would shed more water, they will get cleaned. But this is not the way kidneys work. Kidneys work by a mechanism called re-absorption. Meaning by which, they first eliminate a lot of solute mixed water by simple filtering and then re-absorb the important things that should be retained. Proteins, sugars and electrolytes are things that re-absorbed back by the kidneys. If you want to ensure the health of your kidneys - take less salt (sodium), keep your blood pressure under control at all times and monitor your sugar levels.
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Hi doctor I have diabetes and fasting 142 and after lunch I checked that was 232 and I am very shocked and I am scared and I don't want to take medicine so please tell me what we do.

MBBS, DNB (General Medicine)
Endocrinologist, Delhi
Hi doctor I have diabetes and fasting 142 and after lunch I checked that was 232 and I am very shocked and I am scare...
There is hardly need to be shocked or scared. Today every 11th person in the World and every 7th person in India is suffering from Diabetes. As per the official Report of NRHM- India has recorded 79 Million Diabetes patient at the end of year 2014. As per the Report of WHO India has Maximum number of Diabetes Cases China is on 2nd and USA at 3rd place in this regard. So please don't be shocked. Secondly, if you intend to keep your diabetes uncontrolled - then only you need to be scared. If you intend to keep it under control- there is nothing to fear. If you don't want medicine then try exercise and strict diet control. Keep monitoring your sugar levels. If they come out controlled - its fine. If they don't - there is no reason why you should avoid medicines. Medicines are meant to make you better! Why avoid them.
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Docs I want to know that as ramzan has started so it would be ok if I take thyroid tablet at night or have to take one hour early before taking morning food? Thank you.

MBBS, DNB (General Medicine)
Endocrinologist, Delhi
Ideal recommendation is to take thyroid medicine either one hour before Iftar (meal taken after sunset) or one hour before Sehur (meal taken before dawn); however, most of the patients find it difficult to wait before Iftar or to wake up that early before Sehur and therefore, either miss the dose or take it with the meal. This problem can be easily managed, if medicine is taken at bedtime, which too has an almost identical lowering effect (if not better) on TSH. However, the patient should not take any food for at least 2 hours before bedtime.
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Am a diabetic patient Since I was 18. I need some solution for Cure because am fed up with this.

MBBS, DNB (General Medicine)
Endocrinologist, Delhi
Am a diabetic patient Since I was 18. I need some solution for Cure because am fed up with this.
Why are you so frustrated? Its not your fault that you have diabetes. Its nobody's fault that you are diabetic. Its something that has happened and you should not overthink about it. There is no cure for diabetes - cure means the permanent solution to a problem which ends the problem. Diabetes only has treatment which keeps it under control. And believe me, for some people, diabetes has worked out as a miracle. People, who would have otherwise, never paid any attention to their health or to their bodies - became fit and alert towards exercise because they got diabetes. They started to learn about their physiology and body functions because they became diabetics. You are young and you are intelligent. Please use diabetes as an opportunity to understand your body and fitness. You will be much happier!
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I'm suffering from severe AS and mod. AR, Hyperthyroidism. What should I do? Does valve replacement is necessary at once?

MBBS, DNB (General Medicine)
Endocrinologist, Delhi
I'm suffering from severe AS and mod. AR, Hyperthyroidism. What should I do? Does valve replacement is necessary at o...
Hyperthyroidism will cause Tachycardia or fast heart rate. This condition combined with Severe AS /Mod AR will cause further deterioration of cardiac functions due to the inability of your heart to deal fast heart rate. Since you have only aortic valve abnormalities - it would be recommended for you to get a valve replacement as early as possible.
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Hi Recently I discovered sudden weight loss and checked my sugar and found my fasting sugar level at 195 and hb1ac at10. 5.After consulting doctor in around two week I brought it down to 115, and 142 and then to 112 and 124 (fasting & PP. I take istamet twice daily after breakfast and dinner as advised by doctor and offcourse morning and evening walk, climbing stairs etc plus diet control My question is that should I stop istamet or reduce it to one tablet in place of two tablets daily and keep check on my sugar level.

MBBS, DNB (General Medicine)
Endocrinologist, Delhi
Hi Recently I discovered sudden weight loss and checked my sugar and found my fasting sugar level at 195 and hb1ac at...
Istamet is not the right type of medicine to de-escalate since you are having such a good sugar control by diet and exercise. The correct way forward should be to stop istamet altogether and just give you Metformin (which is present in Istamet). I believe you would do well on Metformin alone.
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My thyroid TSH is 5.6 and T4 is 4.4. What does it mean. I am thinking for family planning, will it have any adverse effect on pregnancy?

MBBS, DNB (General Medicine)
Endocrinologist, Delhi
No, family planning won't have any adverse effect on your future prospective pregnancy or on your thyroid control.
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My mother has diabetes and ashtama. She has been discharged last week after asthma attack and she has very high sugar due to medrol. Doctor has been suggested Huma insulin 30/70 12unit morning and 14 unit night but her sugar levels is 400+.she is also taking tripade 2 twice in a day. She is not able to walk much as she is sick and oxygen. Before admitting to hospital she was taking galvus met 50/500 and diamiacorn xr 60 and glucobay.

MBBS, DNB (General Medicine)
Endocrinologist, Delhi
My mother has diabetes and ashtama. She has been discharged last week after asthma attack and she has very high sugar...
Firstly, You need to know that medrol is a steroid and steroids are medicines with lots of side-effects. I am sure that your doctor would have started your mother on steroids because her asthmatic condition would have endangered her life and he would have been left with no choice but to start steroids. I respect his decision and would urge you also to understand the urgencies that we as doctors face to save our patients - sometimes taking calculated risks! As a next step, the doctor would try to taper and stop medrol as soon as possible. Secondly, please remember that in emergency life threatening conditions, insulin is the best choice medicine for all diabetics in the world. I say, categorically "the world" - because if your mother was been treated in USA - ever there the doctors would have given her insulin only! So please don't stop or substitute insulin for the time being. Once your mother is stable - there will be other choices.
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I am suffering from erectile dysfunction, I am not getting proper erection, I am diabetic, pl advice treatment.

MBBS, DNB (General Medicine)
Endocrinologist, Delhi
I am suffering from erectile dysfunction, I am not getting proper erection, I am diabetic, pl advice treatment.
Diabetes leads to damage on the nerves of the body and due to damage to nerves the sensations for which these nerves are responsible which could be touch, pain, cold, hot etc would get compromised. Similarly the nerve responsible for excitation of the male organ also gets weak and diabetics suffer from Erectile dysfunction more than the general population. For detailed answer- please consult privately!
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I am 48 year old man. I have swelling in both my leg. I am a Diabetic & High BP patient since last 06 years. I am using MAT XL 25 & olmesar 40 mg for BP and ISTAMET 50/1000 for Sugar. My HB1C is 9.8 and BP averaging 95/140. Pl. Advice.

MBBS, DNB (General Medicine)
Endocrinologist, Delhi
I am 48 year old man. I have swelling in both my leg. I am a Diabetic & High BP patient since last 06 years. I am usi...
Swelling in both the limbs indicates that you have a problem that concerns the entire body as opposed to a local problem which will lead to a local swelling only (like swelling in one leg only). In your case swelling may mean a lot of things but I am more worried about your kidney functions which can lead to such cases very frequently in diabetics and BP patients. Hence as a forthright advice - please get Urine ACR (albumin Creatinine Ratio) and KFT test from reputed standardised lab in your area.
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Erection problem. While intercourse penis ejaculate quickly. Need advice how to increase intercourse timing.

MBBS, DNB (General Medicine)
Endocrinologist, Delhi
Erection problem. While intercourse penis ejaculate quickly. Need advice how to increase intercourse timing.
The hardness of your organ and excited state for your sexual act is all under the control of your mind. Your thoughts control it. If you become too excited - you will ejaculate and if you get less excited - you will never achieve arousal and hardness. Prolongation of sexual act is a mind game - rather than mechanical issue of the organ. For More detailed answer and evaluation for hormonal imbalances - use paid consults.
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Sir my pennis sometime does not get proper erection for sex and if it getting then it don't continue for long time so please help me. How I can improve my erection.

MBBS, DNB (General Medicine)
Endocrinologist, Delhi
Sir my pennis sometime does not get proper erection for sex and if it getting then it don't continue for long time so...
The hardness of your organ and excited state for your sexual act is all under the control of your mind. Your thoughts control it. If you become too excited - you will ejaculate and if you get less excited - you will never achieve arousal and hardness. Prolongation of sexual act is a mind game - rather than mechanical issue of the organ.
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I am 30 years old. And I am married. While doing sex with my wife. Sperm coming very fast and erection problem. I am getting at least two minutes long. Can you please give a suggestion.

MBBS, DNB (General Medicine)
Endocrinologist, Delhi
I am 30 years old. And I am married. While doing sex with my wife. Sperm coming very fast and erection problem. I am ...
The hardness of your organ and excited state for your sexual act is all under the control of your mind. Your thoughts control it. If you become too excited - you will ejaculate and if you get less excited - you will never achieve arousal and hardness. Prolongation of sexual act is a mind game - rather than mechanical issue of the organ.
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