Lybrate.com has top trusted Endocrinologists from across India. You will find Endocrinologists with more than 35 years of experience on Lybrate.com. You can find Endocrinologists online in Gurgaon and from across India. View the profile of medical specialists and their reviews from other patients to make an informed decision.
Book Clinic Appointment
Adult Diabetes Treatment
Treatment of Thyroid Disease in Children
Thyroid Disorder Treatment
Thyroid Problems Treatment
Type 1 Diabetes Treatment
Treatment Of Childhood Diabetes
Diabetic Diet Counseling
Dilatation And Curettage (D C) Procedure
Egg Donation Procedure
Treatment Of Erectile Dysfunction
Treatment Of Female Sexual Problems
Food Plan Preparation
I am dibetic, slight high blood pressure and slight higher collestrol. Dibeic 112/99 pre and post meal, after dibeta sr 500 once in a day, cholestrol 140 after one pill avas 10 daily, bp 120/80 after telma 40 once in a day. I also suffer rehumotide arthrites (ra)) hcqs400 once in a day. All these deases since last one year. My wt. Was 83 kg ht 178 cm wt reduced to 74 kg in one yr with running and excercise for one hr daily. Shall I reduce the medicine or continue ?
I have diabetes and my sugar lavel is post 385 and pre 165. I am trying my best to control but couldn't do.
Hello. M on a treatment for hirsutism since 2014. My endocrinologist gave me aldactone and diane 35 wid eflora cream. Diane was stopped in between of d treatment. And now m prescribed for aldactone50mg with cetapin xr500mg. I want to know abt cetapin as I searched it on Google it says metformin a drug used for type 2 diabetes. Y I m given d pres combo? Pls help.
I'm a type 2 diabetic patient. I take 12 unit insulin/one time & glimiipride, metformin. Whether any side effects of insulin?
I am 48 years female diabetic since 2008 having puffy eyes. Is this due to ageing or some other reason. Usually diabetes between 200-260. Sometimes better than that. Please suggest the remedy.
Dear sir I am diabetic last two years my gf 179 or pp 270. I am taking medicine glyciphage G-1. Please suggest to how control over this. Thanks a lot Raj.
My mother is 60 years old and she is diabetic patient from last 5 years taking medicine. What worries her lot is the burning sensation in both the feet especially at night. It becomes very difficult to bring in control as whole night she can't sleep for that reason. Kindly suggest appropriate remedies.
I am 26 years old female. I was having thyroid problem in past. Now my T3 and T4 are normal but my TSH is little high. Is it OK or I still have Thyroid. I have deficiency in iron because of which my hair are thin. Now my hair have started turning grey. I have heard about blackstarp molasses that it will reverse my greying process. Is it ok to consume.
I am a 34 year male. My BMI is 23, I am diabetic and taking medicines for the same. I have restricted my diet also. Following is my diet. 1 walnut and 5-6 almonds at 6: 30 am 1 apple at 7: 00 am Breakfast like oats, bread omlet, cut fruit, poha at 8: 45 am Buttermilk and roasted chana or murmura at 11: 15 am 2 chapati, 2-3 spoon rice, 1 bowl dal, half bowled cooked veggie, 1/4 plate salad at 1: 00 pm Boiled chana or veg sandwich at 5: 15 1 bowl cooked green veggie and 2-3 chapati at 9: 00 pm Walk for 45 mins after dinner with a gap of 30 mins. Please suggest if need to change something in diet and workout as I am losing my weight @ 1 kg per month. Fasting and pp are under control as per the accu chek.
It is not clear how exactly stress impacts fertility. It is not known whether high levels of stress can prevent pregnancy or affect a woman's chance of conceiving. We do know that reducing stress provides a better quality of life during times of intense personal challenge.
What is stress?
Stress is often defined as an event that a person sees/ feels is threatening. In order to protect itself, the body responds with a fight or flight response. How can stress impact a fertility patient? sometimes, infertility patients respond to the stress of being unable to conceive by aggressively pursuing treatment and procedures. Other patients withdraw and isolate from family, friends, and community. Neither of these extremes is ideal for patients who seek to treat their infertility and build a family.
How can I reduce my stress?
Having less stress in your life while pursuing fertility treatment may not, in and of itself, result in a pregnancy. However, developing better coping strategies to manage stress related to an infertility diagnosis and treatment can help you feel more in control and improve your overall well-being.
It has been shown that stress does interfere with making rational and well-thought-out decisions. Reducing stress can allow patients to research, explore, and consider all the options available with a clearer mindset. By reducing stress, the pros and cons of one treatment course over another can be more effectively weighed and considered.
Reduced stress is good for your health. While no one expects patients to approach fertility treatment stress free, finding ways to minimize stress while pursuing treatment can help. It is helpful for patients to look for ways to reduce the burden of infertility treatments and medical protocols.
There are many stress-reducing techniques; some of the more popular methods recommended to fertility patients are:
aerobic exercise (may be reduced during treatment)
collaboration with experts in stress reduction
listening to music
progressive muscle relaxation
psychotherapy and cognitive behavioral therapy
How can I help my friend/loved one?
Friends and loved ones are facing a challenge. Telling patients to be less stressed can make them feel more responsible for causing their own infertility and feel blamed. Telling someone to relax can cause greater stress. However, asking how couples/friends are doing and suggesting concrete and pragmatic ways to reduce stress will enhance quality of life and give the patient back some sense of control. For many struggling with infertility, just having friends/loved ones available for listening is greatly appreciated.
The goal of stress reduction is to minimize, not eliminate stress, by finding the technique that serves the patient's needs the best.