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Dr. Pradeet Talwalkar -

Endocrinologist, Mumbai

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Dr. Pradeet Talwalkar - is a popular Endocrinologist in Dadar West, Mumbai. He is currently practising at Talwalkar Clinic in Dadar West, Mumbai. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Pradeet Talwalkar - on Lybrate.com.

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Hi! I have fasting of 270-300 .139 kg, 5-8" thyroid .cannot avoid tension at home as well as office too, always live in depression, uncontrolled situations. Age 50 now. Please suggest.

MBBS, CCEBDM, Diploma in Diabetology
Endocrinologist, Hubli-Dharwad
Hi! I have fasting of 270-300 .139 kg, 5-8" thyroid .cannot avoid tension at home as well as office too, always live ...
Hello, Thanks for the query. The blood glucose levvels shown are very high, can cause serious long term complication of diabetes affecting every single vital organ in the body. So controlling it and bringing it near normal is absolutely essential. Another major issue with you is the morbid obesity with a BMI of over 46.59 kgs/M2, It is absolutely necessary to reduce your weight (your ideal body weight should be <72 kgs). Diet and exercise might help in reduction of about 5 to 8 % of weight, not more. Best option is undergoing bariatric surgery. Please consider this seriously. Thanks.
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I am 21. I have hypothyroid. I don't know what to eat for breakfast. I have chocos for breakfast every morning. Is it okay?

MBBS, CCEBDM, Diploma in Diabetology
Endocrinologist, Hubli-Dharwad
I am 21. I have hypothyroid. I don't know what to eat for breakfast. I have chocos for breakfast every morning. Is it...
Lybrate-user, for hypothyroidism if you are on treatment, then tsh should be between 3 to 4 milli units/l, for complete relief from symptoms. You can have breakfast like everyone else. There is nothing special required. Following foods / vegetables should be avoided: - soy beans, soy containing products, cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, radish, peanuts, mustard and coffee. Always use whole grain flour for chapati and roti. Avoid maida and products made out of it. All bakery items should be avoided. Consume more of green leafy vegetable, salads and fruits. Avoid high fat containing cheese. Thanks.
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My mother is a sugar patient. My question is how to control the sugar without eating medicines?

DNHE, Fellowship in Cardiac Rehabilitation, BHMS
Homeopath,
My mother is a sugar patient. My question is how to control the sugar without eating medicines?
Hi, thanks for your query. Try to avoid eating simple carbohydrates, as much as possible. However, since carbs are required for body to function, do take complex carbs (in the forms of oats) as well as a lot of vegetables that do not increase sugar levels (such as okra, egg plant, cabbage, cauliflower etc). A series of studies have shown that vitamin d levels are connected to insulin sensitivity and blood glucose levels. At least 30 minutes a day in the sunshine (without a sunscreen) would be helpful, and a daily multivitamin that includes a minimum of 400 iu of vitamin d would be highly recommended. One gram (slightly less than a half teaspoon) of cinnamon per day was given to 60 volunteers with type 2 diabetes studies have shown that 200 mg daily of alpha lipoic acid (ala) can help reduce the kidney and nerve damage often seen in diabetes please do not eat the following. Bread, cookies, rice, pasta, sweet drinks etc.
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My SGPT Level is 55IU/Lit, SGOT level is48IU/Lit, What Have I to do? Again my fasting Sugar level is 95 mg% & My HbA1c is 4.89%, May I become diabetic or have I to follow diabetic management?

MD - General Medicine, DM - Endocrinology, MBBS
Endocrinologist, Delhi
My SGPT Level is 55IU/Lit, SGOT level is48IU/Lit, What Have I to do? Again my fasting Sugar level is 95 mg% & My HbA1...
Your reports are normal. Don't worry. SGPT SGOT is marginally high. You don't need any medicine. Exercise regularly for half an hour and eat healthy foods.
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What is the normal level of thyroid and will we have any symptoms of we have thyroid.

MBBS, CCEBDM, Diploma in Diabetology
Endocrinologist, Hubli-Dharwad
Sarvanan, When thyroid functions are normal usually TSH levels are looked at, these should be between 0.5 to 6 milli units ml Serum thyroxine (T4 4.6 to 12 ng/dl), serum T3 80 to 180 ng/dl. If TSH goes up then it is diagnosed as hypothyroidism. Weight gain, swelling of face, lower limb, slow heart rate, irregular periods, intolerance to cold, dry skin and hair, hair fall, difficulty in speech, inability to concentrate, anxiety and depression. If not trreated then it can lead to more serious problems including myxedema.
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Tagon M should be used on empty stomach in morning before breakfast or not. When should I take breakfast once tablet is taken.

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
Tagon M should be used on empty stomach in morning before breakfast or not. When should I take breakfast once tablet ...
Hi Syed... it depends on your Blood sugar levels... the doctor who suggested you should have written the timing also about when to take or not... So it is better to ask him if it is not clear... Still if you want it should be taken 15 minutes before breakfast or lunch...
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Ma'am, I have type 2 diabetes and my father too. Will that affect to my 1 year baby? What precaution do I take for my baby? Is that required to do blood test of my baby?

MD - Diabetology, Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS), MBBS
Endocrinologist, Kochi
Ma'am, I have type 2 diabetes and my father too. Will that affect to my 1 year baby? What precaution do I take for my...
A baby 1 year old is most likely to have type 1 diabetes. If you are concerned about this, talk to the pediatrician. However, in case you are worried only about whether your baby will develop diabetes, here's the answer: yes, your baby has an inherited risk of type 2 diabetes, as both you & your father are diabetics. Bring up your baby in a healthy manner, feeding him/her with fresh fruit, vegetables, fish, etc. Inculcate healthy eating habits now itself. Encourage him/her to be physically active. Begin any form of sport training at the right age & see to it that he/she doesn't become overweight/obese. Keep them away from alcohol, tobacco & habit forming drugs. Thus, the risk can be reduced.
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I'm sugar patient. You suggest me. I'm not powerful. My legs. Is. Painful all time. You suggest me. Medicine. Nd other suggestion. please Thankz.

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Physiotherapist, Mumbai
I'm sugar patient. You suggest me.  I'm not powerful. My legs. Is. Painful all time. 
You suggest me. Medicine. Nd ot...
Hi = relax and stay positive. = increase fluid intake. = eat seasonal fruits for natural vitamins = do streching of hamstring, quadriceps, and calf muscles. = if you are overweight, reduce weight by cycling or swimming as it gives low impact on joints. = do check your calcium and vit. D = apply moist heat pad to affected joint and muscles. Best wishes.
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Diabetes Management - Long Term Complications of Diabetes and A1C Values!

Non-invasive Cardiology
Cardiologist, Thane
Diabetes Management - Long Term Complications of Diabetes and A1C Values!

The A1C test throws light on a person’s average blood glucose level for a stretch of 3 months. It goes by the name of HbA1C, glycohemoglobin or haemoglobin A1c test. This is the only test that is used for research and effective diabetes management.

How does it work?
The A1C measures the attachment of glucose to the haemoglobin. The latter is a protein that carries oxygen to all parts of the body. The RBC in the body keeps dying and regenerating. But, on an average, stays in the body for 3 months. Hence the A1C test tries to measure the count of glucose for 3 months to get a right count of the glucose. This is measured in terms of percentage, normal being less than 5.7 percent.

Can A1C measure type 2 pre-diabetes and diabetes?
In the year 2009, a group of scientists from the International Expert Committee suggested that it is entirely possible to detect type 2 pre-diabetes and diabetes. Earlier, only the blood glucose test could detect the pre-diabetes and diabetes. Since A1C test does not require fasting and can be undertaken at any time of the day, more and more people can undertake this test and refrain from the risk of undetected diabetes.

Why is testing required?
Testing is particularly essential since diabetes doesn’t show any early signs or symptoms. Testing ensures that diabetes is detected on time and unnecessary complications can be avoided. With right medicines, type 2 diabetes can even be prevented from occurring.
 

Has the test improved?
The A1C test has improved over the years. It has now been standardised. The accuracy of this test has been further increased by the National glycohemoglobin Standardisation Program. The major goal of the latter is to block the risk of getting complicated diseases such as blindness and diseases related to blood vessels.

A1C test be performed during pregnancy?
The A1C test can be performed during pregnancy to understand if a person had diabetes before becoming pregnant. Post the confirmation, OGTT is used to find out if a woman is suffering from gestational diabetes. Post the delivery, a woman should be tested to find out if the diabetes is persistent. The A1C test can be performed post 12 weeks of delivery rather than a blood glucose test to find out the persistence of diabetes in a pregnant woman.

A1C comes into play after detection of Diabetes?
The A1C test is used to monitor the glucose levels and detect the type 1 or type 2 diabetes to start with. Health care providers may ask a patient to undergo this test thrice to four times in a year. Based on the results of this test, medications of a patient is adjusted by a doctor.

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when people suffering from diabetic there is a kind of weakness occur in the body . what should we take in this situation ?

Certification in Diabetes Educators Program, Post Graduate Diploma in Sports Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
when people suffering from diabetic there is a kind of weakness occur in the body . what should we take in this situa...
If you manage your diet well and eat proteins like egg, fish, chicken or paneer or beans, then your protein requirements will be taken care off. With every meal eat a little bit of protein. Lower the amount of starches from your meals and add healthy oils like ghee, cold pressed coconut oil, cold pressed til oil. If at all you want to supplement then you can use whey protein powder.
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