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Dr. M S Chaudhary

MD Medicine

Endocrinologist, Delhi

33 Years Experience  ·  800 - 1500 at clinic
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Dr. M S Chaudhary MD Medicine Endocrinologist, Delhi
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Dr. M S Chaudhary is one of the best Endocrinologists in Patel Nagar, Delhi. He has been a practicing Endocrinologist for 31 years. He has done MD Medicine. He is currently practising at Dr M S Chaudhary in Patel Nagar, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. M S Chaudhary and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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MD Medicine - Gajara Raja Medical College - 1986
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I'm suffering from exessity of uric acid and it is suggested to not take any toor dal, Milk, meat. Now, In this case how can I maintain my health. Nd what I have to eat. Plzz suggest me properly.

M.B.B.S, Post Graduate Diploma In Maternal & Child Health
Gynaecologist, Bokaro
I'm suffering from exessity of uric acid and it is suggested to not take any toor dal, Milk, meat. Now, In this case ...
You can eat everything except meat, milk and paneer. Once the uric acid level comes down after medication, you can start eating these things in moderation. You can take fruits, vegetables, fish.

Hi I am underweight. Unable to gain weight. Hairs are falling out. Nails are thin and teeth also weak. I checked thyroid tsh is slightly elevated 6.3. What should I do? looks like I am aging fast.

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine Specialist, Faridabad
Hi I am underweight. Unable to gain weight. Hairs are falling out. Nails are thin and teeth also weak. I checked thyr...
Go for walk daily . Avoid stress. Some Relax during work. Drink more water, high-carbohydrate foods such as potatoes, rice, pasta and bread. You can take Nutrient-rich foods that improve your health may also benefit your thyroid gland, antioxidant-rich fruits and vegetables more plenty of water: Blueberries, tomatoes, bell peppers, and other foods rich in antioxidants can improve overall health and benefit the thyroid gland. Eating foods high in B vitamins, like whole grains, may also help. Selenium: Tiny amounts of selenium are needed for enzymes that make thyroid hormones to work properly. Eating selenium-rich foods, such as sunflower seeds or Brazil nuts, can be beneficial. Tyrosine: This amino acid is used by the thyroid gland to produce T3 and T4. Taking a supplement may help,
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Suffering from Diabetes - 5 Homeopathic Treatments that can Help

Diploma in Diet and Nutrition, M.Sc - Psychology, BHMS
Homeopath, Delhi
Suffering from Diabetes - 5 Homeopathic Treatments that can Help

Diabetes is caused due to hormonal imbalance in our bodies. When the equilibrium between insulin and glucagon (hormones related to the sugar levels in the body) is disturbed, an individual suffers from diabetes. The disease is of two types: Diabete mellitus (Type-I and Type II) and Diabetes insipidus. When your body fails to release adequate insulin, the food that we consume is not properly converted into sugar or glucose. This is Type-I diabetes. On the contrary, if body releases defective insulin, one suffers from Type-II diabetes. Type-1 diabetes is sometimes called juvenile diabetes, or insulin-dependent diabetes. Type 1 occurs more frequently in children and young adults, but accounts for only 5-10% of the total diabetes cases nationwide. The basic symptoms of diabetes include changing sugar levels, excessive urination, thirst, weight loss and a lack of energy. Diabetes is caused due to a number of factors, ranging from environmental matters or hereditary links.

Homeopathic Remedies for Diabetes
Diabetes requires prolonged treatment. Long exposure to allopathic drugs can hamper your body organs due to its side effects. Therefore, it is advisable to take up homeopathic remedies, which have a long lasting effect on the patient. These medicines don’t cause side effects. Here are some of the remedies:

  1. Uranium nitrate: This compound reduces the sugar levels in the bloodstream and also keeps a check on frequent urination. It is prescribed for patients who develop the disease due to assimilative derangements. The symptoms that are looked for while prescribing medicines containing this compound include digestion problem, languor and debility, excess sugar in urine, huge appetite and thirst.
  2. Phosphoric acid: This compound is best for the treatment of diabetes that has a nervous origin. The symptoms that are looked for include excess urine and the colour of the urine is milky; poor mental force and general lethargy. The patient can also develop a bruised feeling in the muscles.
  3. Phosphorus: This compound is given to patients, suffering from diabetes and pancreatic diseases, especially tuberculosis or gouty diathesis. The symptoms include dry mouth, dark and watery stool and restlessness.
  4. Lactic acid: It is helpful for treating gastrohepatic type of diabetes. The symptoms that will have to be present in the patient include light yellow coloured urine, dry skin and tongue, thirst, nausea, and costive bowels.
  5. Insulin: Insulin therapy is an important as it helps in maintaining a balance in the sugar levels and keeps the urine free from sugar.
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Foods to Be Avoided by Diabetic Patients

Post Graduate Program In Diabetologist, MBBS
Diabetologist, Mumbai
Foods to Be Avoided by Diabetic Patients

A healthy diabetic diet can incorporate any sustenance with some restraint, the length of it permits you to keep your blood sugar levels inside target. Notwithstanding, 'control'might be hard to apply to a few foods in light of their high starch content. A few foods likewise appear to trigger longings or advance indulging. In the event that you have diabetes, it might be best to abstain from eating these foods, to avert issues with your blood sugar that could bargain your health.

  1. Candy: One needs to avoid a number of confectionary items as they are high in sugar content, such as candy, cookies and syrups etc. Yet these below quality starches likewise cause an emotional spike up in the blood sugar levels and can add to weight increase, both of which can exacerbate diabetes confusions. Figure out how to fulfill your sweet tooth by nibbling on top notch starches, for example, crisp organic product.
  2. Pretzels: Pretzels have a healthy picture, yet a look at the fixings list uncovers that their wholesome notoriety is horribly undeserved. Almost every brand is produced using the same fundamental fixings: White flour (wheat flour that has been stripped of its supplements and fiber), yeast, salt, vegetable oil, corn syrup. It's conspicuous from its not very impressive fixing list that this prevalent nibble is basically without sustenance.
  3. Nibble pastries and cakes: It's regular learning that snacks that are packaged and heated products are stacked with sodium, sugar, white flour as well as additives. Their perilous combo of refined flour and sugar spikes blood sugar as well as advances irritation, which meddles with insulin's capacity to work legitimately.
  4. Bacon: Notwithstanding entire fat dairy foods, greasy or marbled cuts of meat additionally convey a powerful measure of soaked fat, which starts aggravation in the body and prompts different symptoms.
  5. Milk: For those with diabetes, a diet high in immersed fat can decline insulin resistance. Keep entire milk out of the ice chest and get 1% (low-fat) or skim (nonfat) milk. Additionally, attempt your best to maintain a strategic distance from other entire milk dairy items like cream, full-fat yogurt, normal cheddar and cream cheddar; rather, pick their decreased fat partners at whatever point conceivable.
  6. White Bread: Refined starches in white rice, white bread, and any structured with white flour and white pasta, act a great deal like sugar one time in the human body begins to process them. Thusly, much the same as sugar, refined starches meddle with glucose control and ought to be stayed away from by those with diabetes.
  7. French Fries: Trying too hard on oily, signed foods can prompt weight pick up and wreak devastation on the blood sugar you have. Potato chips, French fries, and doughnuts happen to be especially terrible decisions for diabetics since they're made with carb-substantial, dull fixings, which can bring about levels of blood glucose level for shooting up.
  8. Natural product juice: While entire fruits are a healthy, fiber-rich starch choice for diabetics, the same can't be said for organic product juice.
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My husband has diabetes for the past 10 years. Can you please tell me how a typical diet of a diabetic person should be. How much sugar is allowed. He is 43/years old.

Diploma In Diet & Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Hyderabad
My husband has diabetes for the past 10 years. Can you please tell me how a typical diet of a diabetic person should ...
Hi. Your husband is carrying about 15 Kgs of extra weight on his body that will put pressure on all his internal organs. Extra weight also causes increase in Diabetes problem. Reduction in weight by even 5 Kgs can significantly reduce pressure on the organs. Next Issue is. Diabetes is not simply a 'Sugar' Problem. It is a problem of excess Carbohydrates. That includes excess of rice, roti, maida, sugar, sweets, juices, colas, potatoes etc Any excess carbohydrate/sugar stuff makes Diabetes worse. The solution is to have complex carbs like corn, multigrain atta, raagi, fibrous fruits like Apple, Papaya, Mausambi. You have to avoid over-sweet fruits like. Mango, banana, dates, chikoo etc. You have to completely cut down all Pure maida stuff like bhatura, samosa, white bread etc. Also he can take about 10-15 Almonds/cashew per day. Add some protiens in every meal like dals, matar, paneer, mushrooms, soya bean, eggs etc. He needs to do at least 60 minutes of active exercise everyday. Health is wealth. Take care of it now. Prevention is better than cure. If things don't improve visit a local dietician who can help him with a diet + exercise plan. Healthy living is the best investment with great results.
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My TSH ULTRASENSITIVE is 4.082 uIU/mL & MAGNESIUM (Xylidyl blue) is 1.80 mg/dL what should I do?

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
My TSH ULTRASENSITIVE is 4.082 uIU/mL & MAGNESIUM (Xylidyl blue) is 1.80 mg/dL what should I do?
Normal TSH levels for the average adult range from 0.4 ‑ 4.0 mIU/L (milli-international units per liter) (3). However, many organisations agree that a reading of 2.5 or less is truly ideal, with anything 2.5 – 4.0 mIU/L considered “at risk”. For those on thyroxine, goal TSH level is between 0.5 to 2.5 mU/L

I am 23 years Female My TSH Level Is 8.16 please suggest. Also I have iron deficiency little stress.

MBBS, CCEBDM, Diploma in Diabetology, Diploma in Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics, Cetificate Course In Thyroid Disorders Management (CCMTD)
Endocrinologist, Hubli-Dharwad
I am 23 years Female My TSH Level Is 8.16 please suggest. Also I have iron deficiency little stress.
TSH 8.16 mU/L is high, but still is sub-clinical hypothyroidism. However, if you have troublesome symptoms of hypothyroidism, then it is better to start treatment with thyroxine. For iron deficiency, Iron supplements can be taken, along with increasing the intake of green leafy vegetables. Thanks.
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Dear sir, Few days back I diagnosed with thyroid TSH 14.02 and I consulted in AIIMS delhi and they told me to take "thyronorm 75 mcg" I started the medicine and I have headache whole day and heat is generating inside body. And earlier it was not when I was not taking medicine. And I took medicine for around a week and then I again tested my tsh level it reduced to 6.33 So sir please suggest me what to do? Should I continue with 75 mcg?

MBBS, CCEBDM, Diploma in Diabetology, Diploma in Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics, Cetificate Course In Thyroid Disorders Management (CCMTD)
Endocrinologist, Dharwad
Hello, Thanks for the query. TSH 14.02 mU/L shows presence of hypothyroidism. Therefore, Thyroxine was recommended as a treatment. It is difficult to understand how TSh can be reduced in one week. Because it takes over 4 to 6 weeks for TSH level to change after correct treatment. Either the first or the second TSH value has to be incorrect. If you have hypothyroidism (which may be confirmed by one more Thyroid Function Test from a good lab), then only treatment is to take appropriate dose of Levothyroxine. Thanks.

Resp sir, Due to high uric acid I am taking allopathy medicine zeric-300 mg. Can I take it twice a day, before it is OD.

M.D.(A.M.), BAMS
General Physician, Gurgaon
Resp sir, Due to high uric acid I am taking allopathy medicine zeric-300 mg. Can I take it twice a day, before it is OD.
No. Not at all. U need not to increase th dose of this tab as it can cause some harms. Rather you can change your tab according to th advise of your family physician. There are much better options available. Also you can follow some diet modulations acc to th expert advise. Take healthy nutritious diet.
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