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I came all the way from Gulbarga I am Very Happy with Service. Highly professional staff and Doctor thanks to Dr Vikram and Vasu
A great place for total Diabetes care. The front desk and customer care explains the program in detail. Doctors and Dieticians are well qualified. No delay in follow up consultations too! Would recommend to my family n friends
From the booking to the consultation the staff was very helpful. The consultation was so insightful. The doctor spent ample time and also answered all my questions. I felt heard and satisfied with his treatment plan. He also made very easy suggestions which has motivated me.
The doctor is detail-oriented and listens patiently to what we have to discuss and share. He shows a great friendly gesture which encourages to discuss more about the problems and take proper feedback.
What is Type 2 diabetes?
Your pancreas, an organ positioned between your stomach and backbone that aids digestion releases insulin into your blood. Insulin assists your blood in transporting glucose to all of your body's cells. Sometimes your body does not produce enough insulin, or the insulin does not function properly. Glucose remains in your blood and does not reach your cells as a result. When your blood glucose levels become too high, it might lead to diabetes or prediabetes. Having too much glucose in your blood might lead to health concerns over time.
Can diabetes be cured?
Diabetes is a lifestyle disorder. Type 2 diabetes can be “reversed” but not “cured” because the disease will come back if long-term healthy lifestyle is not successfully maintained.
How is diabetes diagnosed?
Diabetes is frequently diagnosed clinically as a result of symptoms such as increased thirst and urination, as well as recurring infections. Diabetes can be diagnosed by blood glucose (FBBS which is a fasting blood sugar test and PPBS which is a post meal sugar test) and HBA1c levels
What are the complications of type 2 diabetes?
Type 2 diabetes increases the risk of developing several medical complications. These can include:
Heart and blood vessel problems
Kidney damage (nephropathy)
Eye damage (retinopathy)
Foot damage and amputation
Depression or diabetes distress