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Dr. Align

Endocrinologist, Hyderabad

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Dr. Align is a trusted Endocrinologist in Kothaguda, Hyderabad. Doctor is currently practising at Align Hospital in Kothaguda, Hyderabad. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Align on Lybrate.com.

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I am 45 year old male suffering from diabetes from last 5 years and I take amryl m2 in morning my fasting is 260 and pp 280 random 270 to 280 what should I do.

MD - Diabetology, Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS), MBBS
Endocrinologist, Kochi
It is unlikely that Amaryl alone will help you control your diabetes. You may increase the dose of Amaryl to 2mg twice daily along with Metformin 500 mg twice daily. After 2-3 weeks, check your blood sugar levels & review. You can increase Metformin upto 1000 mg twice daily. Beware of Hypoglycemia when on Amaryl.
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Suffering From Diabetes? Foods You Must Avoid!

F.D.R.C.
Diabetologist, Raipur
Suffering From Diabetes? Foods You Must Avoid!

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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I m a type 2 diabetic since 2006 now I am 41 years old. I take precheck m1 tablet since 2006. I hve bp also and took olmesar 40. Is there any side effect for taking medicine. I m also a regular drunker. Can I drink while taking medicine ?

MD-Ayurveda, Basic Life Support (B.L.S), Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Ahmednagar
Stop regular drinking. Harmful to your body as you r having dm also. Contact for herbal medicine which will make you healthy.

I am 57 years old from bangalore, I would like to know how I can find a good doctor for my diabetics control status. Presently I am on M1 glimisave, morning one hour before b/f or lunch.

MBBS, CCEBDM, Diploma in Diabetology, Diploma in Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics, Cetificate Course In Thyroid Disorders Management (CCMTD)
Endocrinologist, Hubli-Dharwad
I am 57 years old from bangalore, I would like to know how I can find a good doctor for my diabetics control status. ...
Mr, if you are ok with online consultation then I can guide. But you need to give all details like fasting, pp sugar levels, hba1c %, present treatment with dosage, dietary pattern and extent of daily exercise. Thanks.

I am a 19 year old female and have hypothyroidism since 8 years. From the past few days. I have been feeling a little lump on my thyroid gland as if something is stuck. It pains a little, occasionally.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Jaipur
I am a 19 year old female and have hypothyroidism since 8 years. From the past few days. I have been feeling a little...
Trikatu churna half tsf with honey twice a day empty stomach. Chadraprabhavati 2 tb twice a day after meals panchkolasav 4 tsf with equal amounts of water after meals twice a day. Don't worry you will be cured. Take care.
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Does unripe jack fruit control sugar level. How sugar level can be controlled Pls answer me Does homeopathic medicine helps.

BHMS, MD - Homeopathy
Homeopath, Mangalore
Does unripe jack fruit control sugar level.
How sugar level can be controlled
Pls answer me
Does homeopathic medicine...
Yes homoeopathy med will help for sure. Without side effects. Eating jambola fruit (nerale) can help control sugar level. All other fruits you can take in limited quantity it doesn't control sugar but doesn't increase it. Anything tat you take in large quantity increases the sugar level.
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Gd afternoon I m 57 year old diabetes patient is all dry fruit is healthy for me ?

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
No sir, dry fruits increases the blood sugar level. So eat after some days if you desire so otherwise avoid them to maintain yr sugar levels.

Hello Doctor. Good afternoon. My mother is suffering from sugar today due to check up. Today 1st time. And my mother get sugar. What I do for my mother sugar out from body. I realy have tension.

F.D.R.C.
Diabetologist, Raipur
Hello Doctor. Good afternoon. My mother is suffering from sugar today due to check up. Today 1st time. And my mother ...
Don't worry, advice her to take timely food intake, avoid sugary items, take more greens and vegetables daily. Reduce oily, fatty, fried items. Better to check HbA1c, f/pp, urine microalbumin, Height and weight. Take care.

I m having a diabetes problem what should I have go avoid I mean things to eat what to eat and how much.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
I m having a diabetes problem what should I have go avoid I mean things to eat what to eat and how much.
We need to control sugar levels with medication exercise and following a diabetic diet and eat food with low glycemic index levels.

Gestational Diabetes - Know The Risk Factors!

Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
Gestational Diabetes - Know The Risk Factors!

Gestational diabetes, as the name suggests, occurs during gestation or pregnancy when the blood sugar levels exceed the normal level. Gestational diabetes, like other form of diabetes, affects how your body cells use glucose or sugar during pregnancy, and usually disappears after you’ve given birth.

Causes and symptoms to look out for!
During gestation, the placenta produces hormones that lead to the accumulation of blood glucose. Under normal condition, the pancreas forms enough insulin to counter the buildup of blood glucose. The level of blood sugar rises when the pancreas fails to produce adequate insulin to manage your blood sugar.

Usually, women with gestational diabetes do not show symptoms. So, the presence of the condition can go unnoticed if they are not diagnosed during routine checkups and screening tests. Nevertheless, if the condition goes out of control, you may feel tired, feel thirsty or hungry, or feel the urge to urinate more often.

What are the risk factors?
About 2-10% of pregnant women are affected by gestational diabetes every year. The following factors are likely to put you at risk of developing gestational diabetes-

  1. Excess body weight- You may develop gestational diabetes if you were overweight or had gained excess weight (BMI equal to or greater than 30) before getting pregnant
  2. Family history- Women who have a family history of diabetes are likely to have gestational diabetes.
  3. Age- Women aged more than 25 years are at a greater risk of developing this condition.
  4. Diabetic history- A slightly raised blood sugar level may act as the precursor to Type-2 diabetes, which in turn increases your chance of getting affected by gestational diabetes.
  5. Previous pregnancy- Women who’ve previously given birth to a child weighing more than 4.1 Kg (9 pounds), or have delivered a stillborn child are likely to have gestational diabetes.

What is the treatment for gestational diabetes?
Urine tests are performed to check for ketones. In a non-diabetic person, glucagon, insulin and other hormones avert ketone levels in your blood from soaring up too high. Once you’re diagnosed with gestational diabetes, it’s important that you consult your doctor for treatment. Uncontrolled blood sugar level can affect you and your baby’s health after birth. This condition can be treated in the following ways-

  1. Keep a check on your blood sugar- During pregnancy, your doctor will have you tested for gestational diabetes 4-5times a day to keep a tab on your blood glucose level. For this, a small drop of blood is first drawn from the finger using a needle. The sample of blood is then placed on the test strip inserted into a device called the blood glucose meter to measure and monitor the level of blood sugar in your body.
  2. Medication- Anti-diabetic medications and insulin are prescribed to control the amount of glucose or sugar in the bloodstream. Your doctor may also suggest oral medications like Diabeta and Glynase to manage your blood glucose level.
  3. Healthy diet- Diabetic diet- one that helps control blood sugar levels- is highly prescribed by doctors during pregnancy. Cut down on carbohydrates and sugar, and switch to food items that provide your body sufficient nutrients and calories.

Post treatment the blood sugar levels usually come down to normal within 4-6 weeks of giving birth.

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