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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

Glucometers are only means of keeping blood sugar under control and thus prevent complications. Two good glucometers are Johnson and Johnsons’ one...

Answered on : 26 Sep 2009

Yes, Byetta is one of the best drugs for obese type 2 diabetes. Except cost and injection form, it is certainly a good option. It is useful if...

Answered on : 19 Aug 2009

From pregnancy point of view, the dose of Thyronorm has to be increased almost every month, as the demand for thyroxin increases as the size of...

Answered on : 30 Jul 2009

Fasting blood sugar is after 8-10 hrs fasting, it may vary later even without eating as Liver continues to make glucose and body continues to use...

Answered on : 10 Jun 2009

Insulin is produced by Pancreas, for mainly controlling blood sugar but it also plays an important role in other body mechanisms. Human insulin is...

Answered on : 21 May 2009

Human Mixtard is good and safe to use in Pregnancy, even newer insulins ie. Novorapid, Novomix-30 are safe and effective when used properly. Avoid...

Answered on : 25 Mar 2009

Passing sugar in urine when blood sugar is normal if checked on 2-3 occasions, then don't worry; it is called renal glycosuria, it does not...

Answered on : 05 Mar 2009

You may try tablets, but if they do not work, then insulin is required. Your lipid profile is fine except high triglycerides, which are likely due...

Answered on : 03 Mar 2009

To say that drugs damage kidney, is absolutely wrong. It is poorly controlled diabetes, which is harmful. In your case blood sugar was very high...

Answered on : 12 Feb 2009

You have taken the correct drug what the same dose continued for longer time without repeat FT4 and TSH. The dose has to be reduced to 10 mg / day...

Answered on : 23 Jan 2009
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