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Dr. Shyam Kalavalapalli  - Endocrinologist, Hyderabad

Dr. Shyam Kalavalapalli

MRCP, FRCP, CCT, MRCP (Diabetes & Endocrinology)

Endocrinologist, Hyderabad

24 Years Experience  ·  450 at clinic  ·  ₹1000 online
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Dr. Shyam Kalavalapalli MRCP, FRCP, CCT, MRCP (Diabetes & Endocrinology) Endocrinologist, Hyderabad
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I?m dedicated to providing optimal health care in a relaxed environment where I treat every patients as if they were my own family....more
I?m dedicated to providing optimal health care in a relaxed environment where I treat every patients as if they were my own family.
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Dr. Shyam Kalavalapalli is a renowned Endocrinologist in Madhapur, Hyderabad. He has been a practicing Endocrinologist for 23 years. He is a qualified MRCP, FRCP, CCT, MRCP (Diabetes & Endocrinology). You can meet Dr. Shyam Kalavalapalli personally at idea centre institute of diabties, endocrinology and adiposity in Madhapur, Hyderabad. Don?t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Shyam Kalavalapalli on Lybrate.com.

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MRCP - London) in General Medicine - 1994
FRCP - ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS, UK - 2011
CCT - UK - 2010
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MRCP (Diabetes & Endocrinology) - ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS, LONDON - 2012
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Whether 100 mg thyronorm is adequate for my problem. Currently my path report shows t3 t4 in normal range however tsh is slightly higher.

MBBS, MD
Endocrinologist, Delhi
Whether 100 mg thyronorm is adequate for my problem. Currently my path report shows t3 t4 in normal range however tsh...
Take this dose for a month then get TSH done and if still high you have to increase dose of thyronorm.
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Taking of Lemon juice without sugar and salt early morning after walk beneficial for losing weight?

Diploma In Diet & Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Hyderabad
Taking of Lemon juice without sugar and salt early morning after walk beneficial for losing weight?
Water + lemon juice is beneficial as a good health drink. It has no effect on weight loss. Drinking a glass of water every hour will keep your stomach full, and body hydrated and keep your digestive system going well.
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I have diabetes and high cholesterol. Please suggest exercises for lowering both.

Diploma In Gastroenterology, Diploma In Dermatology, BHMS
Homeopath, Hyderabad
I have diabetes and high cholesterol. Please suggest exercises for lowering both.
Racewalking, jogging, or running. Swimming laps. Playing tennis (singles) Aerobic dancing. Bicycling (10 miles per hour or faster) Hiking uphill. lifestyle changes to improve your cholesterol Eat heart-healthy foods. A few changes in your diet can reduce cholesterol and improve your heart health: ... Exercise on most days of the week and increase your physical activity. Exercise can improve cholesterol. ... Quit smoking. Quitting smoking improves your HDL cholesterol level. ... Lose weight. ... Drink alcohol only in moderation.
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I am 36 years female, I am diabetic patient, I am suffering from throat pain due to tonsillitis it is having layer of yellow and infected.

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I am 36 years female, I am diabetic patient, I am suffering from throat pain due to tonsillitis it is having layer of...
You may take Heper Sulf. 30 thrice a day three drops in water .do gargles thrice daily after every meal. Take more liquids. Drink turmeric boiled milk at night.
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If a girl have got thyroid operation, what are the effects on family life. Is it problem for pregnancy. The girl has gain weight, she is taking pills everyday. Pls guide.

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After thyroid removal patient has to take medicine under supervision of a doctor. Pregnancy is not a problem.
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How Ayurveda Can Help Manage Type 2 Diabetes?

MD - Ayurveda Scholar, Diploma In Skin Aesthetics, Cosmetology and Trichology, Diploma In skin aesthetics, Diploma In cosmetology, Diploma In Trichology, Diploma In Nutrition & Diet Planning, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
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How Ayurveda Can Help Manage Type 2 Diabetes?

Although this disorder has been present among people since the inception of mankind, the rate of increase among the number of patients in recent years is alarming to say the least. The primary culprits are lifestyle issues such as bad diet, lack of physical exercise and stress. However, some people are genetically predisposed to it as well. Diabetes is a silent killer as complications caused by it are one of the largest killers on the planet.

The Ayurvedic route
Ayurveda has a long history of successfully dealing with this scourge dating back thousands of years. Diabetes is known as ‘Madhumeha’ and is often classified as ‘Maharoga’ as it causes multiple complications. The Ayurvedic route has many facets such as exercises, filtering toxins and balancing the ‘doshas’ through diet and herbs to control the effects of diabetes. Let’s look at some of the remedies for controlling and correcting symptoms of diabetes in Ayurveda.

  • Diet: This is one of the most important changes that you need to make in your life to control symptoms of diabetes. Certain food types are an absolute no-no in Ayurveda if you have diabetes while certain other types of food are encouraged as they help keep it in control.
  • Food types encouraged in Ayurveda: Amla, bitter gourd, fenugreek seeds (methi), spinach, jamun, drumsticks, garlic, turmeric, snake gourd, barley, wheat, tulsi, pepper, soya bean, cucumber and bel (Indian Bael) among others
  • Food types discouraged in Ayurveda: Processed sugar or any food that contains a high amount of it, unrefined sugar in large quantities, sugar cane juice, oil, jaggery, ghee, cakes, alcohol, foods rich in carbohydrates such as rice or rotis in excess quantities, curd, junk and oily foods, butter, cold drinks and sweets among others
  • Home Remedies and herbs: Ayurveda prescribes many forms of juices and concoctions which can be easily prepared at home to control blood sugar levels and also limit the symptoms. Some of the herbs and preparations used in the treatment of diabetes are mentioned below.
    • Bitter gourd juice or Karela taken early in the morning
    • A mixture of aloe vera gel and ground bay leaf (tez patta)
    • Banyan tree bark prepared in boiled water
    • Cinnamon powder boiled in water
    • Neem, turmeric and tulsi preparations
  • Yoga and exercises: Exercising and ensuring that the metabolism is kept active to check blood sugar levels is of utmost importance when you are diabetic. Yoga is one of the best methods to accomplish this. In general, light walking is prescribed but there are certain yoga poses which are especially beneficial for diabetes. Some of these are:
    • Shalabhasana or the locust pose
    • Ardha matsyendrasana or the half spinal twist pose
    • Peacock pose or Mayurasana
    • Katichakrasana or the waist rotating pose
    • Naddishuddhi Pranayama
    • Surya namaskar among others

However, it is important that you are proficient in the easier forms of yoga first and then have proper instruction before you try the harder poses.

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Is walking for 30 minutes, Jogging for 5 minutes and simple exercises like sitting and standing is enough to control diabetes. I am taking gluconorm G2 from past 5 days. I want to stop tablets and be normal like others. Please suggest me. I am having rice only afternoon and ragi and wheat in morning and evening. Chitra.

MBBS, CCEBDM, Diploma in Diabetology, Diploma in Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics, Cetificate Course In Thyroid Disorders Management (CCMTD)
Endocrinologist, Hubli-Dharwad
Is walking for 30 minutes, Jogging for 5 minutes and simple exercises like sitting and standing is enough to control ...
lybrate-user, Thanks for the query. Madam there is no mention of blood glucose levels both fasting & PP plus HbA1c%. So it is difficult for me to comment on your diabetes status. Another important aspect is your weight, you have grade 1 obesity with a BMI of 30.60 kgs/M2 (normal <23 kgs/M2). This is the main reason for getting diabetes and probably will also hinder achieving normal glucose levels. Considering that doing exercise for 30 minutes is not not gong to be enough for you. Plus we have to look at your dietary intake, that has to be properly planned to help maintain proper glucose levels and reduce weight. Once diabetes is diagnosed it is almost impossible to control blood glucose levels without medication. The treatment has to be for lifetime. There is no other option. Since you want to stop the drugs completely, it is probably most unlikely to happen. Only possibility is if you cut down your weight to your ideal body weight which is 49 kgs, there may be a remote chance. Thanks.
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My age is 74. No major problem like diabetes etc. My weight is around 65 kgs. Height is 5 7" I look very slim and boney I wd like to add a little more weight. Any advise any suggestions?

MBBS, CCEBDM, Diploma in Diabetology, Diploma in Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics, Cetificate Course In Thyroid Disorders Management (CCMTD)
Endocrinologist, Hubli-Dharwad
My age is 74. No major problem like diabetes etc. My weight is around 65 kgs. Height is 5 7"
I look very slim and bon...
Mr. lybrate-user , Thanks for the query. At your age with given height, your ideal body weight should be 60.7 kgs. So I do not see the need to add any weight. With 65 kgs your BMI is 23.3 kgs/M2, which good. Thanks.
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I am 56 years old and recently I found that my fasting sugar level is 135 and 2 hours after food 160 and 4 hours after food 114. Should I start medicine or I should continue with diet control as well as walking.

MD - General Medicine, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
Endocrinologist, Indore
I am 56 years old and recently I found that my fasting sugar level is 135 and 2 hours after food 160 and 4 hours afte...
Please continue with YOUR DIET AND EXERCISES AND ALSO TAKE CARE OF THE FOLLOWING Working closely with your doctor, you can manage your diabetes by focusing on six key changes in your daily life. 1. Eat healthy. This is crucial when you have diabetes, because what you eat affects your blood sugar. No foods are strictly off-limits. Focus on eating only as much as your body needs. Get plenty of vegetables, fruits, and whole grains. Choose nonfat dairy and lean meats. Limit foods that are high in sugar and fat. Remember that carbohydrates turn into sugar, so watch your carb intake. Try to keep it about the same from meal to meal. This is even more important if you take insulin or drugs to control your bloodsugars. 2. Exercise. If you're not active now, it’s time to start. You don't have to join a gym and do cross-training. Just walk, ride a bike, or play active video games. Your goal should be 30 minutes of activity that makes you sweat and breathe a little harder most days of the week. An active lifestyle helps you control your diabetes by bringing down your blood sugar. It also lowers your chances of getting heart disease. Plus, it can help you lose extra pounds and ease stress. 3. Get checkups. See your doctor at least twice a year. Diabetes raises your odds of heart disease. So learn your numbers: cholesterol, blood pressure, and A1c (average blood sugar over 3 months). Get a full eye examevery year. Visit a foot doctor to check for problems like foot ulcers and nerve damage. 4. Manage stress. When you're stressed, your blood sugar levels go up. And when you're anxious, you may not manage your diabetes well. You may forget to exercise, eat right, or take your medicines. Find ways to relieve stress -- through deep breathing, yoga, or hobbies that relax you. 5. Stop smoking. Diabetes makes you more likely to have health problems like heart disease, eye disease, stroke, kidney disease, blood vessel disease, nerve damage, and foot problems. If you smoke, your chance of getting these problems is even higher. Smoking also can make it harder to exercise. Talk with your doctor about ways to quit. 6. Watch your alcohol. It may be easier to control your blood sugar if you don’t get too much beer, wine, and liquor. So if you choose to drink, don't overdo it. The American Diabetes Association says that women who drink alcohol should have no more than one drink a day and men should have no more than two. Alcohol can make your blood sugar go too high or too low. Check your blood sugar before you drink, and take steps to avoid low blood sugars. If you use insulin or take drugs for your diabetes, eat when you're drinking. Some drinks -- like wine coolers -- may be higher in carbs, so take this into account when you count carbs.
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Hello. My father is 50 years old he is suffering from diabetics he is having 427 so what food we give and how can we control.

MBBS, CCEBDM, Diploma in Diabetology, Diploma in Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics, Cetificate Course In Thyroid Disorders Management (CCMTD)
Endocrinologist, Hubli-Dharwad
Is he on treatment for diabetes? if so what are the drugs? it appears his present treatment is not adequate. I suggest to shift on basal insulin like injection basalog to begin with 6 units once in the morning, do sugar checkup at home daily and if not at desired level increase insulin by 2 units every alternate day. Preferably with guidance from your doctor. About the food first check his daily caloric need based on ideal body weigh in kgs x 25 calories per day. Ideal body weight is height in centimeters - 100x 0.9 he has to eat only that much per day and walk 1 h every day. Avoid direct sweets, deep fried foods, excess salt and fruits like mango, chikkoos, grapes & banana.
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