Diabetes & Thyroid Hormone Disorders

At Diabetes & Thyroid Center, we have state of the art facility for diagnosis & treatment of these diseases by experienced diabetes thyroid and hormone specialist doctors and team of other senior doctors and paramedical staff. For knowing details about these diseases, diagnosis & its treatment, please click below mentioned disease links for more information Or Click this link to view Site Map.

Diabetes (शुगर)

When blood glucose signicantly increases above normal range i.e. fasting blood sugar more than 126mg/dl & after food blood sugar (pp) above 200 mg/dl) is called diabetes.

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Thyroid (थायरॉइड)

Thyroid is a butterfly shaped gland situated in, front part of neck below larynx i.e. the voice box. This gland makes thyroxine hormone T3 (Total or Free Tri-iodo Thyronine) & T4 (Tetraiodo Thyronine).

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Short Height (लम्बाई न बढ़ना)

short height is defined when child is short compared to others, the moment you feel your child is shorter than others you should consult the doctor immediately otherwise later you may not have enough time for treatment.

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Underweight in Male & Female

Before letting you know the various hormone disorder causing underweight, thinness & less body muscles, I like you to know about the male hormones & what are their role in development of muscles in male body. Following male hormones namely testosterone, androstenidione, dehydrotestosterone & dehdroepiandrostenidione in the body.

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Obesity (मोटापा)

Weight gain i.e. overweight is common in urban population & it is equally common in child, adult, male & female. Obesity is defined when body mass index. If there is excess fat in abdominal area i.e. visceral adiposity also known as central adiposity as more dangerous.In long run it may lead to diabetes, heart problem, blood pressure, joint pain, many more consequences.

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Male Hormone Disorders

Male hormone disorder for which we provide treatment includes Low Testosterone,Hypogonadism,Less Beard Moustache, Small Testis, Male infertility, Semen Disorders as Low Sperm count and Nil Sperms, Small testis Small Male genitalia and How to enlarge by Hormone Therapy Andropause Breast enlargement in male& Less Body muscles and under-weight.

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Less Beard Moustache (दाढ़ी मुछ काम होना)

Every boy has same number of soft light colored hair on face in beard moustache area & other part of body. These are called vellus hair they are soft & light in colour , so that they are less easily visible.

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Hypogonadism (टेस्टिस फैलियर)

When male hormone testosterone and other hormones are low leading to absence of normal genital development in the boy is called male hormone deficiency i.e. Hypogonadism.

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Testosterone Deficiency/Low Testosterone (लो टेस्टोस्टेरोन)

Males have following male hormones namely testosterone, androstenidione, dehydrotestosterone & dehdroepiandrostenidione in the body. These male hormones are either produced from testis or adrenal glands.

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Delayed or Absent Puberty

The start of sexual maturation (puberty) takes place when the hypothalamus gland begins to secrete a chemical signal called gonadotropin-releasing hormone. The pituitary gland responds to this signal by releasing hormones called gonadotropins, which stimulate the growth of the sex glands.

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Small Testis (छोटा टेस्टिस /वृषण)

In all male child testis is small. It remains small until the onset of genital development i.e. puberty which usually starts at age of 14 years. At this time L.H. & F.S.H. hormone is secreted from pituitary gland in brain.

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Less Body Muscles/Body Building Steroids

The drugs are artificially derived from the main male hormone testosterone. Testosterone is important for promoting and maintaining muscle growth and developing secondary male sex characteristics, such as a deepening voice and facial hair.

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Small Male Genital development (बच्चो में छोटा लिंग)

Normally in boys the genital development stars at the age of thirteen to fourteen years. The absent genital development occurs due to male hormone deficiency. The sign & symptoms of testosterone & other male hormone deficiency.

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Low Sperms Count (शुक्राणु की कमी)

Male factor infertility may result from low sperm count or low sperm motility, or decreased ability of the sperm to fertilize the egg or abnormal shape of sperms or lack of semen or inability of man to deposit the sperm into vagina due to erectile dysfunction or hypospadios.

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Nil Sperms(निल शुक्राणु)

Azoospermia is called when there is no sperm in semen. This type of semen disorder is found in approximately 3% of infertile men i.e. absent sperm. You should know that testis has two separate functions Production of normal sperms in semen which needed for pregnancy & normal fertility.

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Gynecomastia (Breast Enlargement in Male) Less Body Muscles

Breast enlargement in boys called gynecomastia (also known as gynecomazia). It may start any time from childhood to 35 years of age. It may start as small breast nodule then grow further to large size.

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Andropause is a condition in which male hormone testosterone & other male hormone Decreases with increasing age. This can occur any time after the age of thirty years though it is more common after the age of thirty years. Andropause is also called as androgen deficiency of aging men i.e. (ADAM)

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Early Puberty/ Precocious

When presented with a child who might be maturing too early, it helps to understand the normal timing of gonadarche and the changes that have occurred over the past 50 years. Although there has been a well-documented decrease in the age .

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Delayed Puberty

Delayed puberty in girls. Delayed puberty in girls occurs when breasts don't develop by age 13 or menstrual periods do not begin by age 16. Puberty changes occur when the body starts making sex hormones.

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Early Puberty/Precocious

Puberty is the time when girls’ bodies and minds mature and they grow into young women. This usually starts when a girl is about 10 years old. Sometimes, though, a much younger girl starts to show the signs of puberty.

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Female Hormone Deficiency/Ovarian Failure

Premature ovarian insufficiency is a complex and relatively poorly understood entity with a myriad of etiologies and multisystem sequelae that stem from premature deprivation of ovarian sex hormones.

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Small or Absent Breast Development

All girls have same size of breast tissue in childhood. At the time of puberty i.e. beginning of genital development female hormone estradiol, adrenal hormone androstenidione, 17-oh Progesterone, DHEAS, Growth hormone,

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The full form of PCOD is polycystic ovarian disease is also know as PCOS Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. In this disease when ultrasound of ovary is done it is studded with multiple small cyst that is why this disease is called polycystic disease.

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Unwanted Facial Hair

Hirsutism is called when there is development of excess unwanted facial hair growth over face & other parts of body in females & girls. It usually stars initially either on upper lip area or chin area. Then it spreads to other area of face & body.

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Menstrual irregularity

In normal female there are lacs of immature egg (ovarian) follicle lying in dormant state in the ovary. During the normal menstrual cycle on third day of cycle approximately 30 egg follicles starts maturing finally one of them will mature to full stage to form mature egg.

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Milk Secretion/High Prolactin

Before starting treatment for enlargement of breast all above causes are investigated and proper diagnosis is made. Then we test whether breast enlargement is possible or not In more than 30% to 50% cases breast enlargement is possible by medicine.

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Hormonal Female infertility

Infertility is the inability of a sexually active couple, not using any birth control, to get pregnant after one year of trying.For pregnancy to occur, several things have to happen An egg must develop in the woman’s ovary.

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Excess/Heavy Menstrual Bleeding/Thick Endometrial Line

The endometrium changes throughout the menstrual cycle in response to hormones. During the first part of the cycle, the hormone estrogen is made by the ovaries.

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Premature Ovarian Failure

Primary ovarian insufficiency is sometimes confused with premature menopause, but these conditions aren't the same. Women with primary ovarian insufficiency can have irregular or occasional periods for years and might even get pregnant.

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Menopause Hormone Replacement Therapy

Menopause is called when period's stops permanently because of female hormone deficiency in females. It usually occurs between 40 to 50 year of age. But in some women it may occur at early age meaning menopause before the age of 40 year.

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Premenstrual Syndrome

Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) has a wide variety of signs and symptoms, including mood swings, tender breasts, food cravings, fatigue, irritability and depression. It's estimated that as many as 3 of every 4 menstruating women have experienced some form of premenstrual syndrome.

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Hormonal Pimple in Females

Hormonal acne is usually known simply as acne. Another term for the skin condition is acne vulgaris.It is sometimes called hormonal acne because of the way the skin problem develops in response to hormonal changes, and especially a rise in androgens, such as testosterone. The rise in androgen levels can trigger a process of higher sebum production,

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Androgenic Alopecia

Female pattern hair loss (FPHL) is a common form of nonscarring hair loss that primarily occurs in adult women. The condition is characterized by the progressive loss of terminal hairs over the frontal and vertex regions of the scalp, resulting in a visible reduction in hair density

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Fibroid Uterus Hormone Therapy

Female sex hormones play an important role in fibroid growth. This makes it possible to shrink fibroids with hormone therapy. The hormones can be used to relieve symptoms or to help prepare for surgery.

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Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is an ovarian hormone expressed in growing follicles that have undergone recruitment from the primordial follicle pool but have not yet been selected for dominance. It is considered an accurate marker of ovarian reserve,

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High Male Hormone in Girls

It may surprise you to know that men don't have a monopoly on testosterone. Testosterone belongs to a class of male hormones called androgens. But women also have testosterone.The ovaries produce both testosterone and estrogen.

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Low Vitamin D

Recent evidence for the nonskeletal effects of vitamin D, coupled with recognition that vitamin D deficiency is common, has revived interest in this hormone. Vitamin D is produced by skin exposed to ultraviolet B radiation or obtained from dietary sources, including supplements.

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High insulin Hormone/insulin Resistance Syndrome

Insulin resistance is when cells in your muscles, fat, and liver don’t respond well to insulin and can’t use glucose from your blood for energy. To make up for it, your pancreas makes more insulin.

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High Calcium,High PTH (Para thyroid Hormone)

Hyperparathyroidism is when your parathyroid glands create too much parathyroid hormone in the bloodstream. These glands, located behind the thyroid at the bottom of your neck, are about the size of a grain of rice.

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High Prolactin in Male and Female/Prolactinoma

The pituitary is a small gland in the middle of the head just below the brain.The pituitary contains lactotroph cells that produce prolactin, the hormone that stimulates lactation.

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Transgender Hormone Therapy

The first changes you will probably notice are that your skin will become a bit drier and thinner. Your pores will become smaller and there will be less oil production.

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Excess Urine (Diabetes Insipidus)

Diabetes insipidus occurs when your body can't properly balance the body's fluid levels.When your fluid regulation system is working properly, your kidneys help maintain this balance.

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High Uric Acid

Hyperuricemia is an excess of uric acid in the blood. Uric acid passes through the liver, and enters your bloodstream. Most of it is excreted (removed from your body) in your urine, or passes through your intestines to regulate "normal" levels.

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Excess Frequent Urine

As well as being one of the symptoms of undiagnosed diabetes, polyuria can also occur in people with diagnosed diabetes if blood glucose levels have risen too high.If blood glucose levels become too high, the body will try to remedy the situation by removing glucose from the blood through the kidneys.

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Growth Hormone Disorders

Growth hormone deficiency is a rare disorder characterized by the inadequate secretion of growth hormone from the anterior pituitary gland, a small gland located at the base of the brain that is responsible for the production of several hormones. GHD can be present from birth resulting from genetic mutations .

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Doctor's Panel

At Diabetes & thyroid Centre, We have team of highly qualified & experienced doctors to manage diabetes thyroid & other hormone diseases. Our center is one of the most famous centers in Delhi, India & in South East Asian where we provide complete investigative & therapeutic facility to patients for hormone diseases.

Teams of our Doctors are:

Dr. B. K. ROY
(M.B.B.S., M.D. (Medicine), D.M. (Endocrinology) MES (USA), ESDCC (USA)
Senior Consultant Diabetes Thyroid Hormone Specialist.
Senior Consultant at Apollo Hospital, Noida.
Ex. Asstt. Professor at School of Medical Sciences & Research Gr. Noida Delivers lectures on Diabetes & Hormone Diseases.
Took special training at P.G.I. Chandigarh.
Senior Member Endocrine Society of India.
Active Member of Indian Medical Association.
Ex.Visiting consultant in many other big hospitals of Delhi & Noida.
Attends various National & International Conferences.
Honorary Hormone Adviser for National Arthritis Foundation.
Regularly shown on various TV Channels as Hormone Specialist

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 Dr. Roy Prof Leonard-Wartof
Dr. Roy with Prof Leonard-Wartof
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Dr. Roy receiving Award in the function of Noida Association of Physicians
East Delhi function
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Call at 9971687203 & 9899180390


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Delhi Centre Timings
Monday: 10:20AM to 2:00PM
Wednesday: 10:20AM to 2:00PM
Thursday: 10:20AM to 2:00PM
Friday: 10:20AM to 2:00PM
Saturday: 10:20AM to 2:00PM

Noida Centre Timings
Sunday 11:AM to 1:PM
Monday 6:50PM to 8:20PM
Tuesday 10:AM to 12PM
Tuesday 6:50PM to 8:20PM
Wednesday 6:50PM to 8:20PM
Thursday 6:50PM to 8:20PM

Apollo Hospital,Noida Timings
Tuesday 2PM to 4PM

In certain hormone disorders even online diagnosis & treatment possible though we prefer at least one personal visit at our centre so that we diagnose your case correctly. If still feel that personal visit not possible then you call our centre & ask whether online treatment possible for your problem or not. Our staff will let you know whether online treatment possible for your problem or not. If your problem turns out to be treatable online then you may take online advice from us get yourself cured without visiting us. For online advice you need to first send doctor's consultation fee. For detail about how to send money you may go through the procedure mentioned below in this mail or you may see how to send money in my website.

Delhi Centre :
Hormone Centre
Surana Bhawan, at Laxmi Nagar Crossing,
Vikas Marg,
(Oppsite Metro Piller No. 28, Near Laxmi Nagar Metro Station)
New Delhi - 110092 (India).

Noida Centre:
Hormone Centre
Chamber No.17, First Floor,
Savitri Market, Sector- 18, Noida.
(Adjacent to Sector-18 Metro Station),
(opposite Chokhani Square Complex, Near Great India Place Mall.)

Apollo Hospital, Noida
E-2, Sector 26,
(Adjacent to Club 26), Noida.

For Indian Patients:
      Rs. 1400 First visit
      Rs. 1000 Follow-up visit

For Foreigner Patients
      Rs. 1500 every visit

Special Urgent Appointment
      Rs. 2000

Online consultation
      Rs. 2000 for first consultation then rupees 900 for subsequent consultation

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Male Hormone Disorders

Less Beard Moustache
Short Height

Female Hormone Disorders
Male Infertility/Semen Disorders
Hormone Treatment Transgender