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Deeksha Khare says

Diabetes can be controlled at your own level with the help of the three pillars that are exercise, diet and medication. As it can be controlled but not cured completely. Uncontrolled diabetes will lead to the long term complication like kidney diseases, eye problems. If your diabetes is in control you can live your life as happy life. try to take medication on time and the amount of the calorie for a day. Exercise will help in controlling the blood sugar level.
Diabetes can be controlled at your own level with the help of the three pillars that are exercise, diet and medication. As it can be controlled but not cured completely. Uncontrolled diabetes will lead to the long term complication like kidney diseases, eye problems. If your diabetes is in control you can live your life as happy life. try to take medication on time and the amount of the calorie... (Read More)
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Deeksha Khare says

Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal disorder that results in enlarged ovaries andsmall cysts at its edge. In a normal female, there is a balance between female hormones (estrogenand progesterone) and male hormones (testosterone), which is disrupted in PCOS. Thisimbalance of hormones can cause irregular menstruation, acne, excessive hair growth, and obesity. While the exact cause of PCOS is not known, it is seen to be associated with insulin resistance and high levels of circulating insulin. Weight gain and insulin are the contributing factors to polycystic ovarian syndrome. Insulin resistance is a condition that is characterized by an abnormal response of the body cells to insulin, which causes the body to produce more insulin. Hyperinsulinemia (higher levels of insulin) causes the ovaries to produce more testosterone than usual, impairing normal ovulation. Diabetes is a metabolic disorder that is due to insulin deficiency or resistance. Type 2 diabetes mellitus is typically caused due to obesity and insulin resistance, which are causative factors for PCOS as well, and hence people suffering from PCOS are at a higher risk of type 2 diabetes.
Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal disorder that results in enlarged ovaries andsmall cysts at its edge. In a normal female, there is a balance between female hormones (estrogenand progesterone) and male hormones (testosterone), which is disrupted in PCOS. Thisimbalance of hormones can cause irregular menstruation, acne, excessive hair growth, and obesity. While the exact cause of... (Read More)
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Deeksha Khare says

This will largely depends on the severity of your type 1 diabetes. However for the majority of cases, type 1 will eventually progress to the point where you would require insulin administration. The reason behind this is because type 1 diabetic has lost the function to produce insulin .The pancreas has been destroyed by autoimmune cells in the body, hence rendering it unable to secret insulin. Without insulin, the body struggles to utilise glucose as energy. As a result of that, it starts breaking down fat. The breakdown in fat generates ketones, which is highly acidic to the body. The body is unable to function in a state of academia. This is life threatening and might lead to death within hours or days if not treated promptly.
This will largely depends on the severity of your type 1 diabetes. However for the majority of cases, type 1 will eventually progress to the point where you would require insulin administration. The reason behind this is because type 1 diabetic has lost the function to produce insulin .The pancreas has been destroyed by autoimmune cells in the body, hence rendering it unable to secret insulin.... (Read More)
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Is ghee bad for diabetes?

Deeksha Khare says

f the patient is obese and has deranged lipid profile, then diabetics have to be careful regarding the amount and nature of fat they consume daily.Amount of fat Diabetics can take 10–15 grams of visible fat/day which means the fat one adds to the food while cooking and not the hidden fat in the food itself. This makes 2–3 tsp of fat/day.Due to deranged lipid profile or obesity, saturated fats such as ghee, butter, vanaspati and coconut oil should be used in restricted amounts.Ghee isn't bad for diabetics, if taken in restricted amounts, but it isn't beneficial in lowering the blood sugar levels too. It just adds on to the calorie consumption of the person.
f the patient is obese and has deranged lipid profile, then diabetics have to be careful regarding the amount and nature of fat they consume daily.Amount of fat Diabetics can take 10â15 grams of visible fat/day which means the fat one adds to the food while cooking and not the hidden fat in the food itself. This makes 2â3 tsp of fat/day.Due to deranged lipid profile or obesity, saturated fats... (Read More)
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Is there a cure for diabetes?

Deeksha Khare says

I think NO. Once you are wedded to the disease you have to live with it. No divorce possible. You should also treat your fiancee properly and if you ignore her, you will get severe punishment ranging from foot ulcer, retinopathy, kidney failure and finally heart attack.
I think NO. Once you are wedded to the disease you have to live with it. No divorce possible. You should also treat your fiancee properly and if you ignore her, you will get severe punishment ranging from foot ulcer, retinopathy, kidney failure and finally heart attack.
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