Modern lifestyle and food habits are playing a crucial role in the increased number of diabetic patients in the country. Diabetics occur when blood sugar or blood glucose levels are too high. Insulin hormone produced in the body helps glucose to get into your body cells from food to provide energy for the body. Having too much glucose in your blood leads to several health problems.
Seasoned experts in Diabetes and endocrinology at Kamineni Hospital are making efforts to make everyone live a healthy and diabetes-free life. We treat and care for a wide range of diabetic diseases with the help of state-of-the-art facilities and skilled medical professionals.
Types of Diabetes
Our seasoned medical specialists in diabetics offer comprehensive treatment for every type of diabetes. There are three types of diabetes as
In this type of diabetic condition, the pancreas produces little or no insulin. Several factors like genetics and exposure to viruses or environmental factors play a crucial role in developing type 1 diabetes. It mainly appears in childhood or adolescence.
In this type of diabetes, the pancreas produces too much sugar in the bloodstream. Which leads to disorders of the circulatory, nervous, and immune systems. Factors like your weight, family history, fat distribution, Inactivity, etc play a crucial role in developing Type 2.
It is a critical condition in which blood sugar levels become high during a patient’s pregnancy. It affects how cells use sugar and it may lead to complications in the baby’s health and pregnancy process.
The human body has numerous glands to produce the necessary hormones to maintain communication between cells located in different parts of the body. Hormones regulate body functions like hunger, sleep, sexual desire, mood, development, and coordination among cells in organs. Numerous glands in the human body work together to maintain the functions of the body. This group of numerous glands working together is known as the endocrine system.
One of the glands in the endocrine system, Pancreas plays a crucial role in regulating Insulin hormone and digestion. Sometimes the pancreas may not produce enough insulin or your body becomes resistant to insulin. This leads to an increase in blood sugar levels, such a condition known as Diabetes.
Diabetologists deal with only diabetic-related issues, whereas Endocrinologists deal with diseases that impact endocrine organs. So endocrinologists also offer treatment for diabetic patients.
Types of endocrine disorders
Kamineni Hospital is regarded as one of the best endocrine and diabetic hospitals in Hyderabad to treat various diabetic diseases.
- Adrenal insufficiency
- Cushing’s disease
- Precocious puberty
- Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
ENDOCRINE DISEASE TREATMENTS:
Reverse diabetic experts and endocrinologists at Kamineni Hospitals recommend you take supplements to restore levels of certain hormones. Hormone Therapy is for patients who are suffering from hormonal deficiencies. It includes personalized insulin treatments for diabetes.
Endocrinologists prefer medications to help your body stop producing certain hormones or produce them at slower rates. With the right medication, diabetic patients can get relief from the side effects of endocrine disease, including nausea and high blood pressure.
Endocrinologists recommend surgery only when other treatment options fail or there is a chance of cancer. Our seasoned team of endocrinologists at Kamineni Hospital possess advanced training in providing precise surgical procedures.
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