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Dr. Lalit Kumar

Dr. Lalit Kumar

MBBS

Consultant - Internal Medicine and Diabetology

Internal Medicine Specialist, Diabetes Specialist

speciality 41 Years of Practice
Dr. Sanjeev Bakshi

Dr. Sanjeev Bakshi

MBBS, MD - General Medicine

Consultant - Diabetology and Endocrinology

Diabetes Specialist

speciality 40 Years of Practice
Dr. Vikas Ahluwalia

Dr. Vikas Ahluwalia

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, DNB

Senior Consultant - Metabolic and Bariatric Medicine

Diabetes Specialist

awards 1 Award speciality 23 Years of Practice
Dr. Rahul Dhope

Dr. Rahul Dhope

MBBS, Post Graduate Diploma - Diabetology

Consultant - Diabetology

Diabetes Specialist

speciality 16 Years of Practice
Dr. Vinoth G Chellaiyan

Dr. Vinoth G Chellaiyan

MBBS, MD, Fellowship - Dibetology

Consultant - Diabetology

Diabetes Specialist

speciality 10 Years of Practice
Dr. V Deepthi

Dr. V Deepthi

MBBS, Fellowship - GI Endoscopy, Diploma - Diabetology Management

Consultant - Diabetology

Diabetes Specialist

speciality 10 Years of Practice
Dr. Shiny

Dr. Shiny

MBBS

Consultant - Diabetologist

Diabetes Specialist

speciality 9 Years of Practice
Dr. Rupali Shete

Dr. Rupali Shete

MBBS

Consultant - Diabetic Educator

Diabetes Specialist

speciality 9 Years of Practice
Dr. Shubhanshu Gupta

Dr. Shubhanshu Gupta

MBBS, MD - Community Medicine

Consultant - Diabetology

Diabetes Specialist

awards 2 Awards speciality 4 Years of Practice
Dr. Nitin Gade

Dr. Nitin Gade

MBBS, D.Diab, FDRC

Consultant - Diabetology

Diabetes Specialist

speciality 4 Years of Practice

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WHAT IS DIABETOLOGY?

Diabetology is the study of diabetes, including its diagnosis, treatment, and monitoring. It can be classified as a subspecialty of endocrinology. The term diabetologist is used in a variety of contexts. Any physician, including endocrinologists, whose practice and/or research efforts are primarily focused on diabetes care is referred to as a diabetologist. A diabetologist will be concerned with the potential repercussions of diabetes, such as retinopathy, nephropathy, and peripheral neuropathy, in addition to monitoring medication dosage and timing.

WHO IS A DIABETOLOGIST?

A diabetic specialist is an endocrinologist. Endocrinologists specialize in the glands of the endocrine (hormone) system. The pancreatic gland is to blame for diabetes. Insulin is produced by the pancreas, and insulin difficulties are at the heart of diabetes care. Endocrinologists routinely collaborate with other diabetes specialists, including nurse practitioners, dieticians, pharmacists, educators, and exercise physiologists, to treat all aspects of diabetes, which can be a challenging disease to manage. With Credihealth's aid, you may connect with one of India's leading diabetes specialists, who can help you manage the disease with relative ease.

HOW TO PREPARE FOR A CONSULTATION?

  • Keeping a journal: For at least a week before the consultation, a person should keep a journal of any symptoms they are experiencing, whether or not they are related to diabetes. A doctor will examine the journal when developing an individual treatment plan. This is crucial since each case of diabetes is different, and each person will require a different treatment plan.

  • Fasting: For some sessions, especially first-time visits, a fasting blood glucose test may be necessary. It is critical to obtain clear instructions before the visit. For a blood test, fasting means not eating or drinking anything other than water for at least 8 hours before the test. Fasting tests should be done first thing in the morning.

  • Taking notes: Bring a notepad, smartphone, or laptop with you when you go to the doctor for the first time. It will help you keep track of any important issues as well as any questions or suggestions that may occur.

WHEN TO SEE AN ENDOCRINOLOGIST FOR DIABETES?

Your regular doctor can treat diabetes, but they may refer you to an endocrinologist if: You are diagnosed with diabetes for the first time and need to learn how to manage it. 

  • They've never had to cope with diabetes before. 
  • You use an insulin pump or a lot of shots to manage your diabetes.
  • Your diabetes has become difficult to manage, or your treatment has failed. 
  • You've had problems as a result of diabetes. 
  • You can still make an appointment with an endocrinologist even if your doctor does not recommend it. You should still see your primary care physician if you see one. They'll work together. 

WHAT TO EXPECT OF YOUR APPOINTMENT WITH AN ENDOCRINOLOGIST?

Your endocrinologist will inquire about how you're feeling, what you're doing to manage your diabetes, and whether you're experiencing any issues. Bring your blood glucose logs or diary with you, and tell your endocrinologist what's been going on. What's changed since the last time you saw them?

They'll most likely take your blood pressure and foot measurements, as well as test your blood glucose, urine, and cholesterol levels. You should see your diabetes doctor every three to four months if you need insulin. Otherwise, you can go between visits every 4 to 6 months.

HOW TO GET AN APPOINTMENT?

Credihealth is a one-stop shop for everything related to healthcare. This online medical directory can assist you in locating the most qualified mental health counselors in your area. You can speak with a doctor right away via online or teleconsultation. You may use the site to make online bookings and appointments with the top doctors in India based on your needs. For example, you can type keywords such as “Diabetologist in Pune” or “Best Diabetologist in Pune” or “Diabetologist near me” and all the information will be at your fingertips. On Credihealth, you may find information about over a thousand doctors, including their experience, education qualifications, specialty, expertise, patient reviews and ratings, consultation hours, fees, and linked hospitals. In addition to cost comparisons, second views, and booking discounts, Credihealth's health site offers a variety of other services.

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