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Dr. Rajesh Kesari - Endocrinologist, Delhi

Dr. Rajesh Kesari

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Diploma In Diabetology, MD - Diabetology

Endocrinologist, Delhi

22 Years Experience  ·  500 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
Dr. Rajesh Kesari 89% (25 ratings) Diploma In Diabetology, MD - Diabetology Endocrinologist, Delhi
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Living is possible with Diabetes- Dedicated to treatment and prevention of Diabetes & its complications, Diabetes is a chronic disease which needs special care and attention of a person e......more
Living is possible with Diabetes- Dedicated to treatment and prevention of Diabetes & its complications, Diabetes is a chronic disease which needs special care and attention of a person experienced in handling such patients. Diabetics more than medication need the empathy and understanding of their doctor - who is also their friend and fellow soldier in this war against Diabetes and prevention of its complications....
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Treating Diabetes is my passion- not just profession, I get immense pleasure when patients who've been suffering since years are surprised that their Sugars could be so easily controlled and they start feeling better. In my years of practiced what I have learnt is that Diabetics don't lack the will - to fight Diabetes and succeed- rather they lack the support from the doctors in terms of knowledge and assurance to help them tackle their condition. I spend a lot of time with the patients explaining the nitty-gritty of Diabetes what and how to eat, How to exercise best in their environment, And try to light the spark in each person which would ultimately allow them to help themselves...

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Education
Diploma In Diabetology - Apollo Medvarsity - 2009
MD - Diabetology - Odessa State Medical University - 1996
Past Experience
Consultant Diabetologist at Apollo Clinics East of Kailash New Delhi
Consultant Diabetologist at Apollo Clinics Indirapuram
Consultant Diabetologist at Jeevan Anmol Hospital
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Assistant Consultant at Apollo Hospital Sec 26 NOIDA
Consultant Physician at Dr KESARI'S CLINIC
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English
Hindi
French
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Russian
Awards and Recognitions
Best Diabetologist in Delhi
Professional Memberships
Research Society For The Study of Diabetes In India (RSSDI)
DDF
American Diabetes Association (ADA)

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Know More About Fenugreek Seeds

Diploma In Diabetology, MD - Diabetology
Endocrinologist, Delhi
Know More About Fenugreek Seeds

#Fenugreek seeds are high in soluble fibre, which helps lower blood sugar by slowing down digestion and absorption of carbohydrates. That's why it is effective in treating people with diabetes. Several studies showed that fenugreek seeds can improve most metabolic symptoms associated with both type 1 and type 2 diabetes.

Fenugreek seeds are helpful in controlling Diabetes and Cholesterol.

Ways To Decrease Joint Pain From Hypothyroidism!

Diploma In Diabetology, MD - Diabetology
Endocrinologist, Delhi
Ways To Decrease Joint Pain From Hypothyroidism!

There are various manifestations of hypothyroidism; joint pain is one of them. Majority of people who are suffering from hypothyroidism have joint pain. This can cause difficulty in day to day life of the person.
So here are the ways to decrease joint pain from hypothyroidism-

  1. Lose weight- Weight is the one factor which gives more stress to the joints. By losing weight, the stress upon the joints reduces. This not only decreases the pain but also increases the mobility, and prevents future damage to your joints.
  2. Strengthen your muscles- Strengthening of muscles is necessary to protect your joints. By building the muscle mass you also use more calories than fat which results in weight loss and reduces the stress upon the joints. Physiotherapy will be helpful in this.
  3. Exercise regularly- Doing exercise is more beneficial than just weight loss. It helps to maintain flexibility in your joints. Low-impact exercises such as water aerobics or swimming are more beneficial than weight-bearing exercises like running and walking.
  4. Healthy Diet- Add fresh fruits, vegetables which are highly antioxidants. Also, fatty fish which is a good source of omega-3 fatty acids, which are known to decrease inflammation. This can help in resolving your joint pain. Avoid the junk food which leads to weight gain.
  5. Good Sleep- Sleep is the ultimate solution for your stress. Also, sleep is the time when your joints and muscles repair. If you are sleeping well you may take less time to recover. At least 7-8 hours of sleep every day is a must.
  6. Meditation- Sometimes constant pain can be stressful and troublesome. Meditation helps you to deal with stress. It distracts you from your bothering like joint pain and makes you focus on your breathing. It also makes you calm and settled.
  7. Yoga- Yoga not only helps in joint pain but it improves the overall health. It increases the flexibility. It makes you feel fresh and keeps you healthy.
  8. Hot and Cold Therapy- It helps to reduce the stiffness and swelling of the muscles and joints hence reducing the pain. A cold fomentation is best for relieving joint pain, swelling, and inflammation. Apply a gel ice pack to painful joints for quick relief.
  9. Massage- Massage of the painful joint will help to decrease the pain, swelling and stiffness. It also improves the range of motion of the joint.
  10. Medication- Medications such as NSAID’S, steroids are used to reduce the inflammation hence the pain. But these are temporary treatments and they also have adverse effects on the body. This is prescribed along with thyroxine if the pain is severe. Even supplements like calcium and vitamin D are given according to the need.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Thyroiditis - Know Its Types!

Diploma In Diabetology, MD - Diabetology
Endocrinologist, Delhi
Thyroiditis - Know Its Types!

Thyroiditis is the inflammation or swelling of the thyroid gland. It primarily affects women from early adulthood to middle age, although anyone can get it. The thyroid is the butterfly-shaped gland located in the front of your throat, just below your Adam’s apple. It controls your metabolism by producing hormones that influence how fast or slow your heart, brain, and other parts of your body work. Thyroiditis can make thyroid gland produce too many or not enough hormones. Too many hormones can make you feel jittery and possibly make your heart race. Too few hormones can make you feel tired and depressed.

Types of thyroiditis: There are several types of thyroiditis –

  1. Hashimoto’s thyroiditis: This is the most common type of thyroiditis. It is caused by the immune system attacking the thyroid gland, making it swelled and damaged. As the thyroid is destroyed over time, it is no longer able to produce enough of the thyroid hormone.
  2. Subacute thyroiditis: It is possibly caused by a viral infection such as mumps or the flu. It usually causes fever and pain in the neck, jaw, or ear. Post-partum thyroiditis: This is an autoimmune condition caused by antithyroid antibodies that sometimes occurs shortly after a woman gives birth. However, it is more common in women with type 1 diabetes, positive thyroid antibodies, and a previous history of postpartum thyroiditis.
  3. Silent thyroiditis: Silent thyroiditis is similar to postpartum thyroiditis but it can occur in men and women both. Moreover, it is not related to giving birth. This is also an autoimmune disease caused by antithyroid antibodies.
  4. Drug-induced thyroiditis: Some medications can damage the thyroid and cause either symptom of the overactive thyroid gland or underactive thyroid gland.
  5. Radiation-induced thyroiditis: The thyroid gland can sometimes be damaged by radiotherapy treatment given for an overactive thyroid gland.
  6. Acute or infectious thyroiditis: Acute or infectious thyroiditis is usually triggered by a bacterial infection. It is rare and is associated with either a weakened immune system or, in children, a problem with the development of the thyroid.

Symptoms of thyroiditis: The symptoms of thyroiditis depend on the type and phase of thyroiditis. Thyroiditis can cause slow, long-term thyroid cell damage and destruction that causes thyroid hormone levels in the blood to fall. If this happens, the symptoms are similar to those of hypothyroidism, which includes fatigue, unexpected weight gain, constipation, dry skin, depression, and muscle ache. On the other hand, thyroiditis can also cause rapid thyroid cell damage and destruction that causes thyroid hormone in the gland to leak out and increase the thyroid hormone levels in your blood. If this happens, symptoms that are similar to those of hyperthyroidism may occur. This may include weight loss, nervousness, anxiety or irritability, difficulty in sleeping, rapid heart rate, fatigue, muscle weakness, and tremors.

Treatment of thyroiditis: Hypothyroidism is generally treated with synthetic versions of the thyroid hormone. These are taken as pills. As your metabolism returns to normal, your doctor may adjust the dosage. The treatment of hyperthyroidism depends on the type of inflammation and also on any symptoms that you may be having.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Continuous Glucose Monitoring - What To Expect

Diploma In Diabetology, MD - Diabetology
Endocrinologist, Delhi
Continuous Glucose Monitoring - What To Expect

If you are suffering from diabetes then you would know how crucial it is to maintain optimum glucose or sugar level. Increasing or decreasing of the sugar level in your body can be extremely fatal. Diabetes is a disease which arises due to excessive sugar in your blood. Thus, in order to control the disease, you need to make sure that the sugar level is maintained evenly. Sudden changes in the level might cause other health problems. Thus, not only do you need to go for constant check-ups by the medical practitioner but also need to conduct regular blood tests every year. These apart, to maintain a standard glucose level or to measure the level in your body, you can make some of the Continuous Glucose Monitoring system or the CGM.

What are Continuous Glucose Monitoring Systems?
CGM’s are small devices that a diabetic patient wears on their skin. This device measures the glucose content of the body day and night and alerts the patient in case of an imbalance in the sugar levels. A graphical representation of the sugar levels is presented to you every day so that you can see for yourself the rise and fall of the glucose content in your body. The Continuous Glucose Monitoring Systems are of two different types.

The first type involves those devices which provide you a graphical representation of your sugar levels in real time. The second type involves those devices from where you can download and analyse a recorded sugar level of your body throughout the day.

Advantages of CGM’s:
There are several advantages of using a CGM. Some of them are:

  • The sugar level can be accurately tracked all day long and even at nights. This is helpful in alerting you even to the slightest change in the level in your body.
  • With continuous measurements, you can get rid of regular blood tests prescribed by your doctor. However, it is advisable to consult your doctor once prior to the skipping of any blood tests.
  • You can monitor the trends of the sugar level in your body. That is, you can gauge the trend as to when the sugar level is high or low in your body.

These are some of the essential facts that you need to know about CGM’s. These devices are becoming quite popular with those suffering from diabetes. It is one of those instruments which have made it easier to balance the lifestyle of the diabetic patients.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Diabetes Myths vs. Facts

Diploma In Diabetology, MD - Diabetology
Endocrinologist, Delhi
Diabetes Myths vs. Facts

Diabetes Myths vs. Facts

Diabetes is a serious condition in which body can’t use glucose properly and is also commonly misunderstood by the people. Not everything we hear about diabetes is true. Today we would learn from Diabetologist in Delhi Dr Rajesh Kesari what’s true and what’s not- so we can make the right decisions and better manage diabetes. There are number of Myths about diabetes lets allay some of them and bring out the facts.

  • Myth: Eating too much sugar can cause type2 diabetes.
  • Fact: Its only when our body fails to properly utilize and store this glucose that one develops Diabetes .
  • Myth: Having diabetes would always lead to significant  health complications.
  • Fact: No-If you control your blood sugar level, you have a healthy life and be able to delay or prevent diabetes complications altogether.
  • Myth: Diabetes is contagious.
  • Fact: Simply No. You can’t catch it from someone as cold or flu. Type 2 can run in families.

Hi Doc I have a very high sugar level (FBD: 321, PP: 450). Also have a high BP level. My Doctor prescribed Glycomet 500 twice a day and Glysen 5 Twice a day. along with exercise and restriction in diet. Is it ok?

Diploma In Diabetology, MD - Diabetology
Endocrinologist, Delhi
Hi Doc
I have a very high sugar level (FBD: 321, PP: 450). Also have a high BP level. My Doctor prescribed Glycomet 5...
Your Sugar levels are very high, they need to be controlled as soon as possible to avoid / prevent complications. All Diabetes medications have their limitations in respect to loweri of sugar levels. Another important fact is wether and what medications youve been taking earlier .Depending on all this only it would be appropriate to advise medications etc to you. please call for consultation then I wud be able to guide yo better.
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My sugar level are not coming down after taking insulin and I am taking injections correctly.

Diploma In Diabetology, MD - Diabetology
Endocrinologist, Delhi
My sugar level are not coming down after taking insulin and I am taking injections correctly.
Its not only a matter of technique but also appropriate type of insulin and its dosage .you need a proper consultation so that I could guide you how to modify your insulin dose to achieve good sugar control.
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My mother is a diabetic patient since 1 year. She goes for urination after each 30 minutes. What is the reason for this. Is there any treatment. Is this a serious problem ?She is taking tablet Geminor mp 1. Please suggest some remedy.

Diploma In Diabetology, MD - Diabetology
Endocrinologist, Delhi
My mother is a diabetic patient since 1 year. She goes for urination after each 30 minutes. What is the reason for th...
There can be many reasons for this. Either high sugar, chronic UTI, over active bladder, need more information to guide you rightly.
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