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    Dr Surender Kumar has an MD in Medicine and a DM in Endocrinology from the All India Institute of Medical Sciences and is now a Senior Consultant (Diabetes and Endocrinology) at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital in New Delhi. He has formerly been the: Head, Department of Endocrinology, Army Research & Referral Hospital, Delhi Cantt. Examiner - DM Endocrinology. Diabetes - Facilitator, The University of Newcastle, (Diabetes Academy), Australia.

Questions Answered by me

You have type-2 diabetes, which is due to insulin resistance and relative insulin deficiency. You can confirm it by getting blood sugar, insulin...

Answered on : 27 Jun 2011

Normally insulin is secreted by pancreas matches the fine tuning of blood sugar; when pancreas does not sense the blood sugar normally and when...

Answered on : 15 Mar 2011

Insulin level alone has no meaning. It depends why it was done. In case there is obesity, irregular periods, abnormal hair growth, then this test...

Answered on : 23 Feb 2011

Artificial Pancreas is an equipment consisting of insulin infusion pump + a glucometer + a computer which calculates the dose of insulin and...

Answered on : 30 Nov 2010

Diabetes is a progressive disease. It can affect any part of body; in fact, in diabetes blood vessels both small (eyes, kidneys, nerves etc.) and...

Answered on : 08 Nov 2010
  1. You have type-2 diabetes (adult type).
  2. The tab. Otelixizumab is for type -1 diabetes. In this type of diabetes insulin producing...
Answered on : 12 May 2010

Scientifically, your pancreas is forced to produce more insulin and when it gets exhausted by more than 50% one develops diabetes. Maintain normal...

Answered on : 05 May 2010

Your symptoms like lightheaded, fainting, rapid heartbeats, sweats and restless are suggestive of low blood sugar level. Get your blood sugar F...

Answered on : 28 Apr 2010

There is no relation between adrenal gland exhaustion and thyroid. When adrenal is exhausted, thyroid deficiency if present along with, is not...

Answered on : 30 Jan 2010

Thyroid is very important during pregnancy. The dose normally increases almost every month. Your values look normal hence continue the same dose...

Answered on : 22 Dec 2009
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