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Dr. Surendra Reddy B

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Dr. Surendra Reddy B is a trusted Endocrinologist in S D Road, Hyderabad. He is currently practising at Divya Diagnostic Center in S D Road, Hyderabad. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Surendra Reddy B on Lybrate.com.

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I am a hypothyroid patient since long, I was on 75 mcg medicine. Now my latest report shows my Ft3 and Ft4 is in normal range, but my TSH is .006. So how much thyronorm medicine I need to take now. I am 71 kg post section and 29 yrs Note-Sep 2015-may 2016 I was pregnant so Dr. advised me 75 mcg and I am still taking same.

MBBS, CCEBDM, Diploma in Diabetology, Diploma in Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics, Cetificate Course In Thyroid Disorders Management (CCMTD)
Endocrinologist, Hubli-Dharwad
I am a hypothyroid patient since long, I was on 75 mcg medicine. Now my latest report shows my Ft3 and Ft4 is in norm...
lybrate-user, With TSH 0.006 mU/L, and T3 & T4 being normal, thyroxine dosage can be reduced to 50 mcg per day. But it is better to check TSH after 6 weeks to see if that dose has worked well or if TSH has increased abnormally. Ideally TSH should remain between 3 to 4 mU/L for good control in a non prgnant state. Thanks.
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Is patanjali divya muktavati increase uric acid level. What is the best ayurvedic medicine for hypertension who have high uric acid also.

BAMS
Ayurveda, Hyderabad
Is patanjali divya muktavati increase uric acid level. What is the best ayurvedic medicine for hypertension who have ...
Do you have high uric acid then you require another medicine for that .Mukta vati doesn't increase uric acid ,it's a good medicine.

I have a high blood sugar and I take insulin regularly. But yet my sugar level is always high. What should I do?

M.sc in dietetics and community nutrittion management
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Kolkata
I have a high blood sugar and I take insulin regularly. But yet my sugar level is always high. What should I do?
The most important thing is in diabetes is diet and exercise.These two things will help you to lower blood sugar levels and to reduce medicinal dose.So do regular exercise.Take small amount of foods.Eat 5-6 times instead of 3 big meals.Avoid fast foods junk foods,processed foods.No sugar,sweetened juice,cola,soft drinks.No underground vegetables,banana,pumpkin.Take lots of watery and whole fruits,vegetables.Use unrefined foods.Take more protein which will help to improve insulin sensitivity.Use healthy fats small amount.Drink lots of water specially before meals.Avoid smoking,alcohol.Use nutritional supplement to manage your diabetes.you can use fenugreek seeds with1/2 glass water on an empty stomach in the morning.Adjust your medication with diet.Stay stress free and take proper rest.These will be helpful.
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Under Active Thyroid - 5 Causes Behind it

MBBS, MD - General Medicine, DNB, DM - Endocrinology
Endocrinologist, Gurgaon
Under Active Thyroid - 5 Causes Behind it

Do you have an extremely low reading of thyroxine or T4, it means that you are suffering from an under active thyroid disease called hypothyroidism. With this condition, your thyroid glands fail to make sufficient thyroid hormones. The thyroid gland releases hormones, which travel all over your bloodstream and affect all parts of the body. Thyroid controls how the cells of the body use energy from food via the metabolism process, which in turn affects the body’s temperature, heartbeat and burning of calories. Lack of thyroid hormones slows down the body’s functions, reduces your energy and the metabolism is disrupted.

Causes of hypothyroidism
The primary cause of this condition is Hashimoto’s thyroiditis. Thyroiditis refers to an inflammation of your thyroid gland. Hashimoto’s thyroiditis is an autoimmune disorder in which extra antibodies are produced which destroy the thyroid gland. Viral infections may also lead to thyroiditis.

Other causes of the condition are as follows:

  1. Radiation therapy to the neck region for the treatment of several cancers like lymphoma may damage the cells present in the thyroid gland. Hence, the gland cannot secrete hormones properly.
  2. Radioactive iodine treatment is undertaken by people having an overactive thyroid gland. Radiation destroys the thyroid gland cells and leads to hypothyroidism.
  3. Certain medicines used to treat heart problems, cancer and psychiatric diseases may affect the thyroid gland and lead to hypothyroidism.
  4. Surgeries undertaken for removing the thyroid also lead to hypothyroidism.
  5. Iodine is required by the thyroid gland to produce hormones. A low amount of iodine in your diet and body may lead to hypothyroidism.

Risks factors of hypothyroidism
Usually women, especially older women are more likely to get hypothyroidism than men. The factors which determine if you are at a risk of acquiring the condition are as follows:

  1. Race
  2. Age
  3. Premature graying of hair
  4. Autoimmune disorders like type 1 diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, vitiligo, celiac disease, Addison’s disease and many more.
  5. Bipolar disorder
  6. Turner’s syndrome
  7. Down’s syndrome

The symptoms of hypothyroidism are as follows:

  1. Changes in menstrual cycle
  2. Constipation
  3. Hair loss and dry hair
  4. Fatigue and tiredness
  5. A slow heart rate
  6. Depression
  7. An increased sensitivity towards cold
  8. Swelling of the thyroid gland or goiter
  9. Gaining weight unusually or great difficulty in losing weight
  10. Carpal tunnel syndrome

If you observe the symptoms of hypothyroidism, you should consult a doctor who will prescribe several blood tests, such as the thyroid stimulating hormone test and the T4 or thyroxine test. Based on the results, a treatment method is adopted.

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Know Why Cold Weather Is Bad For Diabetic Patients!

MBBS, MD - General Medicine, DNB - Endocrinology, Diabetes, Metabolism, DCH
Endocrinologist, Delhi
Know Why Cold Weather Is Bad For Diabetic Patients!

Diabetes is a metabolic disorder characterized by Hyperglycemia (elevated blood glucose level) due to either reduced production of insulin or the inability of the body to utilize the insulin produced. Today management of diabetes has become a prime concern. Over the winter months, diabetic patients are likely to suffer from higher blood glucose levels than during the warmer months. As the temperature drops and the sugar levels up, diabetic patients should be extra careful about the temperature fluctuations or seasonal changes.The cold weather makes diabetics experience many health problems, besides creating a major change in their sugar levels.

Following are the most harmful effects that diabetic patients may suffer from during the cold weather:

  1. Change in hemoglobin level: There is a great change in their glycated hemoglobin levels. Whatever the type of diabetes an individual has, the freezing temperature can increase the level of HbA1c or glycated hemoglobin. This is most likely because of decreased physical activity. Cold weather makes it difficult for some people to go out. A little activity each day can help with insulin sensitivity (in all types of diabetes) which can help the body to regulate sugar level in a better way.
  2. Prone to diseases: Since the immune system is also not at its best strength in winters, there are increased incidences of microbial infections like cold and flu or in some cases pneumonia. As a result, the body produces counter-regulatory hormones (Cortisol, Adrenaline, and Glucagon) to counteract the situation. These hormones affect the utilization of insulin by the body thereby elevating the blood glucose level. Also, conditions like flu and cold tend to make them feel lethargic and stress and can prevent them from taking the diet, which is required, which eventually can lead to an increase in the blood sugar level.
  3. Winter blues: It is often seen that people feel low during winters, as they tend to go out less and prefer to stay indoors. Less outdoor activity during winters can sometimes trigger mood swings or in some cases depression, which in turn can shoot up the level of blood sugar in their body. Thus it is advisable that one should spend more time with friends and family, in order to keep these blues at bay. 
  4. Other problems: Most diabetic people are unaware of their nerve functions, and are unable to feel the difference between the cold and hot water, which can lead to burn injury. Also, during the winter season, most diabetic patients tend to lose feeling in their toes and feet due to vascular changes. Therefore, it is advisable that people should check their feet frequently, so as to ensure that there is no open wound or pressure area in their feet. One must take very good care of their feet, keep them moisturized, inner fingers clean and dry, prevent any type of fungal growth in toes, etc. By taking required preventive measures before the onset of winters diabetic patients can control their blood sugar level, which enables them to stay away from associated problems. 

In case the blood sugar level goes beyond 130, one should not take the medicine on their own but should get in touch with their endocrinologist (diabetologist).

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I am 32 years hypothyroid female and I am taking 100 mcg electrothyroxine per day as a daily tablet. My tsh level is high. I don't know how is it control my hypothyroid and due to this continuous tablet intake I had a depression. I don't know when to check my thyroid again.

BHMS
Homeopath, Secunderabad
I am 32 years hypothyroid female and I am taking 100 mcg electrothyroxine per day as a daily tablet. My tsh level is ...
Do not worry. With a disciplined and healhty lifestyle and medications you would overcome the problems. Please read about healthy lifestyle from the internet and adapt the good habits (have patience and be committed to your routine healthy habits ). Learn yoga and pranayam which can be very beneficial if done with consistency. Go for regular updates with your doctor and take the meds. You can add Homeopathy which is safe and gentle. You can contact me for a detailed consultation so that suitable constitutional remedies can be given.
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Hi. I am 9 years old on insulin human mixtard 30/70 my semen analysis sperm count 5.0 million/ml and motility is a 40% how a iui success is chance in %?

MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Hi. I am 9 years old on insulin human mixtard 30/70 my semen analysis sperm count 5.0 million/ml and motility is a 40...
Chances of successful IUI with semen count 5 million and motility 40% are quite less. Nevertheless you can try it for 3 cycles, if not successful go for ivf (icsi)
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Hello sir/madam I have diabetes can I having ramadan fast or not please suggest me. ASAP.

msc in nutrition and dietetics
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Jaipur
Hello sir/madam
I have diabetes can I having ramadan fast or not please suggest me. ASAP.
hi mohd.naushad,I really can understand ur cultural belief but here u have to understand one thing that if u really want to cure ur diabetes is only way to eat on time otherwise it will affect ur health a little adversely so dear its my advise to u pls don't do Ramadan fast.hope u tale my advise forward. have a gud day dear. nd for any other nutritional advise or diet chart u can consult me anytime using private consultant option. take care dear. it was nice answering to u
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My brother aged 50 yrs was a chain smoker and suddenly stopped it and now Phlegm has been formed in the lungs and had bleeding was admitted and bp is normal but he has high sugar level. please do suggest some remedy Dr. thks.

DAA, DNB
Pulmonologist, Bangalore
My brother aged 50 yrs was a chain smoker and suddenly stopped it and now Phlegm has been formed in the lungs and had...
Hi. I understand your concerns. Chronic smoking is very injurious. He has probably developed bronchitis due to smoking. He needs a detailed evaluation like chest x ray to look for infection or malignancy. Once he recovers from same. He needs to undergo pulmonary function test to assess severity of bronchitis based on which treatment needs to be started. Consult a pulmonologist for the same. Hope your questions were answered. Thanks.
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MAMC, MRCPCH, MD - Paediatrics, MBBS
Pediatrician, Bhiwadi
Travelling with insulin
You can enjoy your holidays like any other child.
You have to do extra planning,remember to carry your insulin with you.while travelling by air ,DO NOT store your insulin in baggage that is going in the un pressurised baggage area of aircraft as insulin affected by extreme of temperature.
Certain guidelines while travelling
Check blood sugar regularly is very important.
Stop for light physical activity.
Keep your medication ,meals and snack times as regular as possible .keep glucose tablets or other treatment for low sugar.
Take Identification that explains your condition.
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