The Department of Diabetes and Endocrinology at Fortis, Noida constitutes a team of diabetes specialists, who are well led by the best endocrinologist in Noida. The team is highly skilled in managing diabetic patients suffering from different types of diabetes disorders including Type 1 & Type 2 diabetes, Gestational diabetes, Cystic fibrosis-related and Monogenic diabetes. The team has access to the best diabetes doctor in Noida and is proficient in delivering personalized clinical services for Endocrine disorders to patients of all ages. The team ensures accurate diagnosis and recommends safe treatment options to patients for complex conditions.
The team of top thyroid specialists in Noida branch aims at delivering best in class treatment options for diabetes related disorders as the team understands that diabetes is a serious concern, and if not treated carefully, it may lead to serious problems such as kidney diseases, stroke, heart diseases, nerve damage, eye problems, foot problems, and dental problems. Some other conditions such as obesity, PCOS, thyroid, osteoporosis, and hormonal disorders are also well treated by the team. The team ensures extensive support services ranging from lifestyle management to preventive measures to ensure patient, safety, satisfaction and faster recovery. The team has access to some of the leading technologies available across the globe and hence, manages complicated patient cases with precision.
The Division of Endocrinology & Diabetology at Fortis constitutes the best endocrinology doctors in Noida, who is skilled at treating conditions related to thyroid, pituitary and metabolic system. The department offers various multi structured health packages and programs to suit the medical needs of all patients at affordable costs.
Q1. What are the symptoms of diabetes?
Some of the most common symptoms of diabetes are as mentioned:
Feeling hungry/ increased appetite
Itchy and dry skin
Feeling of needles and pins in the feet
Increased weight loss without conscious effort
Slow healing sores
Some people may not have any of the above-mentioned symptoms and hence, it is recommended to get a blood test done and consult with a doctor to know if a person is diabetic or not.
Q2. What are the ways to get diabetes diagnosed?
Blood tests: Blood test includes Fasting Blood Sugar test, Oral glucose tolerance test, Post-prandial blood sugar test and Haemoglobin A1c test.
rine analysis: High blood sugar may be tested by performing a urine analysis. However, a urine analysis alone may not detect diabetes. The diabetologist may suspect diabetes if the patient’ blood glucose level is more than 200 mg/dL.
Screening: For type 2 diabetes mellites, the screening is recommended for those individuals, who do not show any symptoms. Obese children, at an age of 10 years or above, are at risk for diabetes and might show some symptoms. Obese adults, above the age of 45 years and with BMI more than 25 may have other risk factors related to Diabetes.
Q3. What is an ideal blood glucose level?
According to the American Diabetes Association the below mentioned blood glucose level are considered normal for adults
Fasting blood sugar: 70-130mg/dl
Post-prandial blood sugar: <180 mg/dl
Eat fruits and green vegetables
Before meal sugar: <140 mg/dl
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