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R &R medicare centre

Dental Clinic

shastri nagar jabalpur
1 Doctor · ₹250
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By combining excellent care with a state-of-the-art facility we strive to provide you with quality health care. We thank you for your interest in our services and the trust you have place......more
By combining excellent care with a state-of-the-art facility we strive to provide you with quality health care. We thank you for your interest in our services and the trust you have placed in us.
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R &R medicare centre is known for housing experienced Dentists. Dr. Abhishek Shrivastava, a well-reputed Dentist, practices in jabalpur. Visit this medical health centre for Dentists recommended by 63 patients.

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05:30 PM - 08:30 PM

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shastri nagar
jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh - 482002
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Dr. Abhishek Shrivastava

MD-Physician, Dip. Endocrinology, Dip. Diabetes
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11 Years experience
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Sir what are the symptom of diabetes? What we have to do when we gets diabetes? Plse advice us In our area there is no well specialist doctor.

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Sir what are the symptom of diabetes? What we have to do when we gets diabetes? 
Plse advice us 
In our area there is...
Excessive urine, thirst, weight loss, wounds not healing, regular exercise with diet control will give you good benefit.

I am 46 yrs male and have been taking thyronorm 62.5 MCG for 2 yrs empty stomach. Can I take honey + lemon water with this tablet. Or should there any gap of time? 2. My fasting sugar level is 100. Should I take some precautions? If yes then what type of precautions?

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I am 46 yrs male and have been  taking thyronorm 62.5 MCG for 2 yrs empty stomach. Can I take honey + lemon water wit...
U can take only water with thyroid medicine nothing else for atleast 1 hour and your sugar level is fine nothing to worry.
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Patients with hypothyroidism suffered from hypovitaminosis d with hypocalcaemia. Moreover, the positive significant correlation between each of serum vit d and calcium with thyroid hormones and that negative significant correlation with tsh levels, suggested that deficiency of serum vit d and calcium levels were significantly associated with degree and severity of the hypothyroidism which encourage the advisability of vit d supplementation. Screening for vitamin d deficiency and serum calcium levels recommended for all hypothyroid patients.

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The ten most important things you need to know about Vitamin D, with AITD or not:

Vitamin D is not really a vitamin. Vitamin D is a fat-soluble steroid hormone precursor that you get primarily from either sun exposure or supplementation. A very small amount comes from a few foods we eat.
Vitamin D has been known for its contribution to the maintenance of normal levels of calcium and phosphorus in the bloodstream. Current research has discovered that vitamin D levels can also impact a wide range of health issues, such as:
Cancer (Breast, Ovarian, Colon, Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma, Kidney, Endometrial, Prostate)
Type 1 Diabetes
Fractures/Osteoporosis
Pregnancy Complications
Multiple Sclerosis
Cardiovascular disease
High Blood Pressure
Asthma
The vitamin D that you take into your body is changed by your liver into a substance called 25(OH)D. Vitamin D (25 (OH)D) is usually measured on a scale of 30 – 100 ng/ml. Below 30 is commonly considered deficient.
To determine whether you need to supplement vitamin D, you should test your vitamin D level by doing the 25-hydroxy D lab test, which measures 25(OH)D. The Vitamin D Council recommends testing every 3-6 months when you’re trying different regimens to figure out how much vitamin D you need to maintain your optimal level.
The optimal level of vitamin D is a matter for debate. The Vitamin D Council suggests that “a level of 50 ng/ml is the ideal level to aim for, with a range of 40 – 80 ng/ml.” And there used to be mention that ideal is 60 – 80.

The Vitamin D Council recommends taking vitamin D3 rather than vitamin D2. Vitamin D3 is the type of vitamin D naturally produced by your body in response to sun exposure, while vitamin D2 is not. In the United States, most over-the-counter vitamin D supplements are D3. Other than that, it doesn’t matter what form of vitamin D you take, whether it’s in a capsule, tablet or liquid. For most people, vitamin D is easily absorbed in the body and you don’t need to worry about what time of day you take it or whether you take it with meals.
Vitamin D is fat-soluble, which means your body has a hard time getting rid of it if you take too much. The Vitam
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The ten most important things you need to know about Vitamin D, with AITD or not:

Vitamin D is not really a vitamin. Vitamin D is a fat-soluble steroid hormone precursor that you get primarily from either sun exposure or supplementation. A very small amount comes from a few foods we eat.
Vitamin D has been known for its contribution to the maintenance of normal levels of calcium and phosphorus in the bloodstream. Current research has discovered that vitamin D levels can also impact a wide range of health issues, such as:
Cancer (Breast, Ovarian, Colon, Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma, Kidney, Endometrial, Prostate)
Type 1 Diabetes
Fractures/Osteoporosis
Pregnancy Complications
Multiple Sclerosis
Cardiovascular disease
High Blood Pressure
Asthma
The vitamin D that you take into your body is changed by your liver into a substance called 25(OH)D. Vitamin D (25 (OH)D) is usually measured on a scale of 30 – 100 ng/ml. Below 30 is commonly considered deficient.
To determine whether you need to supplement vitamin D, you should test your vitamin D level by doing the 25-hydroxy D lab test, which measures 25(OH)D. The Vitamin D Council recommends testing every 3-6 months when you’re trying different regimens to figure out how much vitamin D you need to maintain your optimal level. Once you’ve reached your optimal level, GrassrootsHealth recommends, “From that point forward, testing should be done at a minimum of once a year, ideally in the early spring (late March, early April) when your vitamin D level is the lowest. It’s a good time to adjust to make sure you don’t get too low.”
The optimal level of vitamin D is a matter for debate. The Vitamin D Council suggests that “a level of 50 ng/ml is the ideal level to aim for, with a range of 40 – 80 ng/ml.” And there used to be mention that ideal is 60 – 80.
Dr. Mercola says, “At present, based on the evaluation of healthy populations that get plenty of natural sun exposure, the optimal range for general health appears to be somewhere between 50 and 70 ng/ml.” GrassrootsHealth Scientists like to see the serum level ‘between 40-60 ng/ml.” Dr. Davis of Wheat Belly feels the optimal level is 60-70 ng/ml. Since people with AITD aren’t healthy and have factors that impair their production, absorption and utilization of vitamin D, the minimum 25(OH)D level for those with AITD may be need to be higher than for healthier people.
The recommended daily amount of vitamin D is also a matter for debate. For example, this amount ranges from 400 IU/day by the US government, 1,500 – 2,000 IU /day by the Endocrine Society to 5,000 IU/day by the Vitamin D Council. Grassroots Health has a chart on its web site that tells you how much vitamin D to take to change your level and says that intake of 35 IU/lb of body weight estimates the ideal daily dose. These amounts can be affected by amount of body fat, gut inflammation, high cortisol levels, auto-immune issues, impaired fat absorption, use of drugs that reduce absorption, aging, and genetic defects, Since intake amount doesn’t guarantee optimal levels, testing on a regular basis is highly recommended. But many thyroid patients have discovered that they don’t begin to raise their levels until they are at 5000 IU at the least, probably due to absorption issues inherent with our low stomach acid levels. See #9 below.
The Vitamin D Council recommends taking vitamin D3 rather than vitamin D2. Vitamin D3 is the type of vitamin D naturally produced by your body in response to sun exposure, while vitamin D2 is not. In the United States, most over-the-counter vitamin D supplements are D3. Other than that, it doesn’t matter what form of vitamin D you take, whether it’s in a capsule, tablet or liquid. For most people, vitamin D is easily absorbed in the body and you don’t need to worry about what time of day you take it or whether you take it with meals.
Vitamin D is fat-soluble, which means your body has a hard time getting rid of it if you take too much. The Vitam

Sir I m a diabetic patient since last 30 years. I m insulin dependent. My age is 44 yrs. Is there any sure medicine that I can take and get rid of my insulin injections atleast for one time a day as I take insulin twice daily.

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Sir I m a diabetic  patient since last 30 years.  I  m  insulin dependent.  My age is 44 yrs.  Is there any sure medi...
Unfortunately thr is no such medicine for type 1 diabetic you have to be insulin dependent and thats the sad part.

I am 23 years old female with hypothyroid. I am taking tablets for last 20 days. My tsh was 8.26. How long it will take to cure this thyroid?/ and want should I do?/ Please help me.

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I am 23 years old female with hypothyroid. I am taking tablets for last 20 days. My tsh was 8.26. How long it will ta...
See if it is subclinical then at least 1 -2 yrs you will have to take minimum post your full thyroid report.
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I have goitre in my neck from 5 years what should I do operation or take medicines only.?

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I have goitre in my neck from 5 years what should I do operation or take medicines only.?
See goitre if it is benign means non cancerous or if goitre is pressurising your neck then go for operation otherwise no need.

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Hypothyroidism in India is due to iodine deficiency most of the times, autoimmunity in India is less common as compared to western countries.
Few dietary restrictions which a thyroid patient should follow
1 cabbage
2 chhole, rajma, brinjal
3 mooli, curd, achaar
Avoidance of these things will give less irritation to thyroid gland
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Sir i'm suffering from hypothyroidism and overweight i. E, 78.9 kgs. Now my legs are swelling, sometimes even face also swelling. Swelling is not responding for tab. Lasix. I'm taking 75 mcg of thyronarm daily. Please suggest remedy for my ailment. I am 45 years old.

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i'm suffering from hypothyroidism and overweight i. E, 78.9 kgs. Now my legs are swelling, sometimes even face al...
I think your taking orlistat also for fat reduction, if yes then stop immediately as thyroid patiets face such problems after taking orlistat.
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