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Type II Diabetes is a different disease in women. It is much more aggressive, complications start early. High amounts of Insulin because of Insulin Resistance has a toxic effect on Ovaries. Leading to increased formation of male hormone Testosterone. This leads to Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, Acne, Hirsuitism, irregular menstrual cycle, heavy periods and infertility. Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome PCOS, Insulin Resistance, Acne, Hirsuitism, Irregular Menstrual cycle, Diabetes in women, Diabetes, Obesity. Dr Narendra Gupta best Diabetes doctor. Best obesity doctor. www.diabeteshypertension.com
PCOD, PCOS Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is a common complex metabolic disorderin young females. It is an insulin resistant state that is also responsible for type II diabetes. It is going to be seen more often and often poorly treated by doctors, because it encompasses dermatologic, gynecological, endocrine and psychological problem. Only a physician who can look at it holistically can completely treat PCOD properly. In this condition a garland pattern of cysts develop in the ovary and start producing abnormal hormones. Excessive hair growth on face, chin, lips and other parts of the body is very common. As a result patients end up in waxing parlors and laser clinics. This can be devastating for a young female. All these treatment are not going to be successful, unless the hormonal imbalance is resolved in PCOD. While at the same time male pattern baldness and thinning of hair is very common. Acne is another traumatic experience and sometimes may be very severe. Again they will see a number of dermatologists for acne, but proper treatment of the hormonal imbalance will give very gratifying results. There is also associated black pigmentation on the face, neck, arm pit and other parts of the body. One of the common problems is central obesity associated with menstrual abnormalities in young girls and women. As time goes on this leads to infertility and patients end up in fertility clinics for IPF ( In Vitro fertilization). But only when the metabolic derangement is resolved, fertility is assured even without the expensive procedure of IVF. The irregular bleeding can be very embarrassing and may lead to anxiety and depression. Emotional distress ranging from anxiety to depression is very common. Hence in the treatment of PCOS an experienced physician in this area is crucial for the success of medical treatment. Eventually patients will go on to develop type II diabetes. For more information, please visit www.diabeteshypertension.com Dr Narendra K Gupta, Specialist in PCOD. Best PCOS doctor in Gurgaon and Delhi
Dr Narendra K Gupta, an expert on PCOD. Polycystic Ovarian disease or PCOD is a problem that affects a lot of young girls. It is associated with central obesity, hair growth (Hirsuitism), Pimples (Acne), Irregular Menstrual Cycle and infertility. Treated appropriately it is all reversible. For further info www.diabeteshypertension.com
Type II diabetes is a complex metabolic disorder, where weight gain around the belly button, high cholesterol, high blood pressure and high blood sugar coexists in the same patient. Hence the term, “Terrible Quartet”. It is a different disease in men and women. In men it is associated with male menopause or Andropause. There is male pattern baldness, weight gain, muscle wasting, sexual dysfunction and mental irritability and anger. In female it causes Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome PCOD. This is associated with increase hair growth all over the body, pimples (Acne), obesity, male facial changes, irregular menstrual cycle and infertility. This is rapidly growing in young girls, specially in counties like Indian Subcontinent and Chine. Dr Narendra K Gupta, best diabetes doctor, Gurgaon
Diabetes is of two types. In type I diabetes, there is total absence of Insulin and hence the blood sugar derangement, quite extreme. It forms 3-5% of Diabetic cases. Whereas, type II diabetes is much more common and rapidly increasing. We have a tendency to think, it is a disease of blood sugar. It is an “insulin resistant” state and even though insulin is produced, it is not enough to control the blood sugar. This is a slowly progressive disease and it takes 12-18 years for one to become diabetic. It is a vascular disease that is a “Silent Killer” and is the most common cause of blindness, heart disease, stroke, kidney failure and amputation. Type II diabetes is a complex metabolic disorder, where weight gain around the belly button, high cholesterol, high blood pressure and high blood sugar coexists in the same patient. Hence the term, “Terrible Quartet”. It is a different disease in men and women. In men it is associated with male menopause or Andropause. There is male pattern baldness, weight gain, muscle wasting, sexual dysfunction and mental irritability and anger. In female it causes Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome PCOD. This is associated with increase hair growth all over the body, pimples (Acne), obesity, male facial changes, irregular menstrual cycle and infertility. This is rapidly growing in young girls, specially in counties like Indian Subcontinent and Chine. Diabetes is a disease of rapid aging called Progeria. So at the age of 40 one becomes like 50 and at 50 like 65. But the good news today is that every complication of diabetes are reversible, if treated appropriately. People can aspire to not only have a good quality of life but, live even longer than those who do not have diabetes. Best diabetes doctor in Gurgaon. Best Diabetes doctor in Delhi.
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