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Dr. Subodh G Kedia

Endocrinologist, Mumbai

600 at clinic
Dr. Subodh G Kedia Endocrinologist, Mumbai
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Dr. Subodh G Kedia is a trusted Endocrinologist in Mumbai, Mumbai. He is currently associated with Dr Kedia's Diabetes Total Care in Mumbai, Mumbai. Book an appointment online with Dr. Subodh G Kedia on Lybrate.com.

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What fruits we can eat when the diabetes level is 135 -140 .

PGDD, RD
Dietitian/Nutritionist,
Fruits are not avoided for a diabetic if they are planned well in your diet. Also what is more important is the distribution of the carbohydrates throughout the day. Try to have local and seasonal fruits and not with main meals and in moderate amounts.
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I am a recently diabetic patient. I have tention very much regularly and then please tell me simple care tips.

PGDD, RD, Bachelor of Home Science
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
I am a recently diabetic patient. I have tention very much regularly and then please tell me simple care tips.
For a diabetic it is best advised to have a diet planned as per the sugar levels, lifestyle and history. Though you can follow some guidelines - have small frequent meals. Do not fast for long hours. Avoid a very heavy meal at one time. Avoid fruit juices, aerated drinks or sugarcane juice, honey, jaggery or sugar. Avoid junk foods. Exercise and stay active. Do not attempt to try out too many remedies as you could go into hypoglycaemia. Sleep well. It's all a matter of discipline.
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Can you please tell if age like me having sugar so what vl be sideffect to me commonly to clarify.

Practical Course in Diabetology, POST GRADUATE COURSE IN DIABETOLOGY, MBBS
Endocrinologist, Jammu
Can you please tell if age like me having sugar so what vl be sideffect to me commonly to clarify.
If you don't control your sugar, after few years you are at risk to suffer from blindness, kidney failure heart failure and amputation of leg etc.
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I am 59 seffering diabetic since last 15 yrs fasting 180 pp >200 generally, now showing increasing trend, advise.

B.H.M.S
Homeopath, Patna
Syzygium q 5 drop 8 hourly in a cup of water 2. Chelidonium q drop in a cup of water 8 hourly daily in a cup of water.
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Sir, I am 50 years old. I am not getting sleep till 3am. I am a diabetic patient from past 2 years, having gluconorm 500mg one tablet at night. Having bp, taking beteloc25, 1 in the morning. Now fpb is 176 and ppbs is (after food) is 234 from past 3 months. Doctor has suggested to take triptomer 25 daily. If I take at 10 pm, I will get sleep at 12.30/1pm till 8am. Please suggest regards .

Certified Diabetes Educator, Registered Dietitian (RD), PGDD, Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery (B.U.M.S), General Physician
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
A sleep disorder can affect your overall health, safety and quality of life. With accurate diagnosis, I can treat most sleep disorders effectively. I am a doctor and registered dietitian who will prescribe a customized diet plan and medications to help in sleep disorders. Do reply back for private consultation for a detailed treatment plan including dietary therapy.
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Management of hypothyroidism.

MD - Internal Medicine, MBBS
Endocrinologist,
Management of hypothyroidism.
Hypothyroidism Treatment & Management The treatment goals for hypothyroidism are to reverse clinical progression and correct metabolic derangements, as evidenced by normal blood levels of thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) and free thyroxine (T4). Thyroid hormone is administered to supplement or replace endogenous production. In general, hypothyroidism can be adequately treated with a constant daily dose of levothyroxine (LT4). Thyroid hormone can be started at anticipated full replacement doses in individuals who are young and otherwise healthy. In elderly patients and those with known ischemic heart disease, treatment should begin with one fourth to one half the expected dosage, and the dosage should be adjusted in small increments after no less than 4-6 weeks. For most cases of mild to moderate hypothyroidism, a starting levothyroxine dosage of 50-75 µg/day will suffice. Clinical benefits begin in 3-5 days and level off after 4-6 weeks. Achieving a TSH level within the reference range may take several months because of delayed readaptation of the hypothalamic-pituitary axis. In patients receiving treatment with LT4, dosing changes should be made every 6-8 weeks until the patient’s TSH is in target range. In patients with central (ie, pituitary or hypothalamic) hypothyroidism, T4 levels rather than TSH levels are used to guide treatment. In most cases, the free T4 level should be kept in the upper third of the reference range. After dosage stabilization, patients can be monitored with annual or semiannual clinical evaluations and TSH monitoring. Patients should be monitored for symptoms and signs of overtreatment, which include the following: Tachycardia Palpitations Atrial fibrillation Nervousness Tiredness Headache Increased excitability Sleeplessness Tremors Possible angina The updated guidelines on hypothyroidism issued by the American Thyroid Association in 2014 maintain the recommendation of levothyroxine as the preparation of choice for hypothyroidism, with the following considerations:[5, 6] If levothyroxine dose requirements are much higher than expected, consider evaluating for gastrointestinal disorders such as Helicobacter pylori –related gastritis, atrophic gastritis, or celiac disease; if such disorders are detected and effectively treated, re-evaluation of thyroid function and levothyroxine dosage is recommended. Initiation or discontinuation of estrogen and androgens should be followed by reassessment of serum TSH at steady state, since such medications may alter levothyroxine requirement. Serum TSH should be reassessed upon initiation of agents such as tyrosine kinase inhibitors that affect thyroxine metabolism and thyroxine or triiodothyronine deiodination. Serum TSH monitoring is advisable when medications such as phenobarbital, phenytoin, carbamazepine, rifampin, and sertraline are started. When deciding on a starting dose of levothyroxine, the patient’s weight, lean body mass, pregnancy status, etiology of hypothyroidism, degree of TSH elevation, age, and general clinical context, including the presence of cardiac disease, should be considered. The serum TSH goal appropriate for the clinical situation should also be considered. Thyroid hormone therapy should be initiated as an initial full replacement or as partial replacement with gradual increments in the dose titrated upward using serum TSH as the goal. Dose adjustments should be made upon significant changes in body weight, with aging, and with pregnancy; TSH assessment should be performed 4-6 weeks after any dosage change. Reference ranges of serum TSH levels are higher in older populations (eg, >65 years), so higher serum TSH targets may be appropriate. A meta-analysis of randomized, controlled trials of T4-triiodothyronine (T3) combination therapy versus T4 monotherapy for treatment of clinical hypothyroidism found no difference in effectiveness between combination therapy and monotherapy with respect to side effects such as bodily pain, depression, fatigue, body weight, anxiety, quality of life, and total low-density lipoprotein (LDL) and high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol and triglyceride levels.[36] A study of athyrotic patients found a high heterogeneity in these patients’ ability to produce T3 when treated with levothyroxine. Approximately 20% of these athyrotic patients did not maintain normal free T4 or free T3 values despite a normal TSH.[37] However, it is unclear whether more physiologic treatments offer any benefit, even in subgroups of hypothyroid patients. In patients who continue to have symptoms (eg, weight gain and fatigue) despite normalization of the TSH level, one should consider causes other than hypothyroidism, rather than simply increasing the thyroid hormone dose on the basis of symptoms alone (see DDx). In some cases, however, symptom persistence is the result of a polymorphism of the deiodinase 2 enzyme, which converts T4 to T3 in the brain; these patients may benefit from combined LT4-liothyronine (LT3) therapy, using a physiologic LT4-to-LT3 ratio in the range of 10-14:1.[4] Most patients with hypothyroidism can be treated in an ambulatory care setting. Patients who require long-term continuous tube feeding routinely require intravenous (IV) LT4 replacement because the absorption of oral agents is impaired by the contents of tube feeds. Alternatively, tube feeds can be withheld for 1 hour while the patient receives an oral preparation of LT4. It should be noted that oral and IV preparations of LT4 are not equivalent; consequently, great care must be taken in switching between these formulations. Patients with severe hypothyroidism requiring hospitalization (eg, myxedema) may require aggressive management. Overreplacement or aggressive replacement with any thyroid hormone may precipitate tachyarrhythmias or, very rarely, thyroid storm and should be balanced against the need for urgent replacement. Risk is higher with T3 therapy. Surgery is rarely needed in patients with hypothyroidism; it is more commonly required in the treatment of hyperthyroidism. However, surgery is indicated for large goiters that compromise tracheoesophageal function.
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I am suffering from diabetes. Please help me for diet?….... Thanks and regards Manjunatha.

PGC Diabetology, MBBS
General Physician, Hyderabad
I am suffering from diabetes. Please help me for diet?…....
Thanks and regards
Manjunatha.
Limit fat to 25%-35% of your total daily calories. Get no more than 7% of your daily calories from saturated fat, 10% or less from polyunsaturated fats, and up to 20% from monounsaturated fats (like plant oils or nuts). Keep carbs to 50%-60% of your daily calories. Aim for 20-30 grams of fiber each day. Allow 15% to 20% of your daily calories for protein. Cap cholesterol at less than 200 milligrams per day. For detailed assessment and plan as per indian diet, take a paid consultation.
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I am just 60 crossed and I am a diabetic person (Type 2 ) and taking medicine only and sugar level is under control . Usually I go to bed at around 10.30 pm and used to wake up only in the morning. However, of late , daily I am waking up in between (once ) and go for urinating and thereby disturbance in good sleep. Is it any bad symptom or is it due to aging. Please advice.

MBBS, CCEBDM, Diploma in Diabetology
Endocrinologist, Hubli-Dharwad
I am just 60 crossed and I am a diabetic person (Type 2 ) and taking medicine only and sugar level is under control ....
Mr. Lybrate-user, in diabetes if blood glucose level goes above 180 mg/100 ml, then kidneys can not reabsorb all the glucose filtered in the glomerulous. So certain amount is lost in urine. When urine containing glucose comes in bladder, it pulls more water due to osmosis in the bladder. Hence bladder becomes more full, increasing the urge to pass. That is one of the reasons why a person with diabetes passes more urine and frequently. If fasting is closer to 100 mg and pp between 150 to 160 mg /100 ml then this problem is less. So it is possible that due to hyperglycemia you need to get up for urinating at night. Age can be a factor. But in non diabetic persons this problem is rarely noticed. It may be seen in those who have benign prostatic enlargement. Thanks.
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My test result: Creatinine serum 1.18mg Microalbuminuria (spot) 47.3mg TSH 6.73 Fasting blood sugar 82mg Lipid profile: Total cholesterol 189mg HDL 44mg LDL 119mg VLDL 26mg Triglyceride 130mg Give me advise?

MBBS, CCEBDM, Diploma in Diabetology
Endocrinologist, Hubli-Dharwad
My test result: Creatinine serum 1.18mg Microalbuminuria (spot) 47.3mg
TSH 6.73
Fasting blood sugar 82mg
Lipid profil...
Mr. Lybrate-user, all your lipids, creatinine and blood sugar values look absolutely fine, quite normal. But tsh level is high, falls in the category of subclinical hypothyroidism, particularly if t4 values are low. (which have not been mentioned) so there is nothing to worry right now.
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My total Cholesterol is 111 LDL is 55 HDL is 28 Triglycerides is 154 TC / HDL is 4 LDL/HDL is 2 VLDL Cholesterol 30.8 Non HDL cholesterol 82.9 What should I do as I am diabetic and taking two medicine Of diabetic and cholesterol one each. Earlier my Cholesterol and Tryiglisrides were on high range. 1 Obimet GX forte 2 mg 2. Rosave F 10.

MBBS, CCEBDM, Diploma in Diabetology
Endocrinologist, Hubli-Dharwad
My total Cholesterol is 111
LDL is 55
HDL is 28
Triglycerides is 154
TC / HDL is 4
LDL/HDL is 2 VLDL Cholesterol 30.8...
Mr. Lybrate-user, your lipids all of those readings look to be pretty low. Both total cholesterol and ldl are fairly low, even hdl is also low. You have not mentioned about blood sugar levels secondly whether you exercise regularly. One of the reasons could be taking rosuvastatin 10 mg daily. It looks like there is no need of that drug at this moment. So you may discontinue the same and then check lipids after about 3 months. Also exercise daily that will also help. You also are close to be obese with a bmi of 29.41 kgs/m2, hence exercising should be beneficial. With regards.
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Can a diabetic patient eat curd and milk which is available in market like amul, motherdairy.

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
Can a diabetic patient eat curd and milk which is available in market like amul, motherdairy.
Yes, there should be no problem in this.around 400 ml of milk is permitted. This includes curds paneer or buttermilk or plain tea
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PDDM, MHA, MBBS
General Physician, Nashik
Why blood sugar control is so important

The average blood sugar rises gradually and as it rises there is damage occurring throughout the body. Out of control blood sugar levels can lead to serious short term problems such as hypoglycemia, hyperglycemia, or diabetic ketoacidosis.

In the long run, uncontrolled blood sugar can also damage the vessels that supply blood to important organs, like the heart, kidneys, eyes, and nerves. This can occur even when you feel OK. That's why it's so important to take action as soon as you're diagnosed with diabetes. Our bodies are amazing, but unfortunately once you have a heart attack or stroke, or your kidneys fail, or you become blind, the damage can't be undone.

The good news is that paying attention to blood sugar control can help keep you healthy and prevent health problems from happening later. Some tips:

Keep your blood glucose within your goal range as much as possible. Work with your diabetes team to develop and maintain a plan.
Take your diabetes medication as prescribed. If you're on insulin, ask to see a diabetes educator to learn how to adjust your dose.
Increase physical activity. If you aren't physically active, talk to your health care provider about suitable activities. If you haven't exercised in awhile, consider beginning with five to ten minutes of daily physical activity and gradually increase your activity to at least 30 minutes of physical activity most days of the week.
Achieve and maintain a healthy weight. Even a 5 percent to 7 percent weight loss will help you better manage your blood glucose.

The quality of your future life depends on the decisions and actions that you take today.
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Dear sir can you tell me how to control diabetes type 2 and can you tell me about diet. For diabetes patients.

PG Diploma in Dietetics and Public health Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Delhi
Dear sir can you tell me how to control diabetes type 2 and can you tell me about diet. For diabetes patients.
Dear user, to control diabetes just modify your normal diet interms of simple sugar n fatty foods. Eat at regular intervals avoid refined foods like maida root veggies like arbi, aloo to b taken in moderation skimmed milk n products to b used avoid junk food, fried foods avoid colas n fruit juices exercise daily.
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My father is diabetic patient. What should I do so that I may not suffer from this disease. I feel very weakness what should I take?

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
My father is diabetic patient. What should I do so that I may not suffer from this disease. I feel very weakness what...
Exercise regularly and Increase your self confidence and Eat protein rich food and take tablet Nurokind-more 1-1 for a month and revert back after completion
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Dear Sir/Madam My mother if a patient of sugar last 4-5 years but I hav'nt recognize sugar. Last two years I checkup my mother's sugar it is 465. Then I consult a doctor. Doctor give medicines. But after few days sugar is effected in my mother eyesight. The I go to eye doctor and consult the doctor. Doctor operate both eyes approx 4 times. But good response previous week I checkup my mother's sugar, urine, ecg etc. In report sugar is effected in kindly. Please what should I do. Because I love my mother.

MBBS, DNB (General Medicine)
Endocrinologist, Delhi
Dear Sir/Madam My mother if a patient of sugar last 4-5 years but I hav'nt recognize sugar. Last two years I checkup ...
Dear lybrate-user your mother's sugar is high and that is affecting her many organs including her eyes. High blood sugar levels give rise to multiple problems in body and its not just temporary control of sugar which achieves results but consistent control that matters the most. Pls understand that to help your mother avoid bigger problems in future you need to make dietary adjustments, exercise protocols and medicine optimization for which you follow certain principles. Keep fasting blood sugar below 110 and pp i. E after 2 hrs meals blood sugar below 160. For this cut on all high calorie foods. Ask her to exercise. And follow advice for medicines.
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I'm sugar patient. My sugar level is high on something 500+. I have take medicine from bangalore. But now I have some relaxing. I want to end of sugar in my life. Becouse I want live a long time without any disease.

MD-Ayurveda, Basic Life Support (B.L.S), Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Ahmednagar
I'm sugar patient. My sugar level is high on something 500+. I have take medicine from bangalore. But now I have some...
Send your more information to help you. Like your age weight n height. Medicine details you r taking. Your sugar profile of last few months. Blood reports like hba1c vit d3 b12 lipid profile lfts kfts etc.
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I have problem of high bp. sugar .thyroid. spondylitis.i take 100 mg thyronorm. My weight is 70. Nd I am 29 years old. I have a baby boy. When I was pregnant my sugar level shoot up to 650 .since then I am diabetic.

PhD, Human Energy Fields, Diploma in PIP, EFI, Aura scanning for Health evaluation; Energy field assessment, Fellowship Cardiac Rehabilitation, Cardiac Rehabilitation, MD (Ayur - Mind Body Med), Mind Body Medicine
Non-Invasive Conservative Cardiac Care Specialist, Pune
I have problem of high bp. sugar .thyroid. spondylitis.i take 100 mg thyronorm. My weight is 70. Nd I am 29 years old...
High sugar levels during pregnancy does not necessarily lead to diabetes after the baby is born. It is a natural tendency for the body to produce more sugar to feed the baby. But ofcourse, you have to take care. To reduce weight, dependency on medication and to remain healthy, it is necessary for you to adopt a very healthy lifestyle that includes adequate exercise, diet, relaxation techniques and positive care for you baby. Do not aim for 55 kg. Aim to have a healthy, flexible and strong body and mind.
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Uric acid is increased nw it is 7.5 Suggest me to bring down it in specific limit.

MBBS, CCEBDM, Diploma in Diabetology
Endocrinologist, Hubli-Dharwad
Mr Amit, To reduce uric acid level avoid organ meat, certain fishes like anchovies, herring, sardines, mussles, scallops, touts etc. and alcohol. Avoid vegetables like cauliflower, spinach, asparagus, mushroom and peas. You can consume been and lentils. Use milk and milk products. Avoid saturated fats and exercise so that weight is maintained.
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