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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.Learn More Watch Video
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.Learn More Watch Video
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.Learn More Watch Video
Males have following male hormones namely testosterone, androstenidione, dehydrotestosterone & dehdroepiandrostenidione in the body. These male hormones are either produced from testis or adrenal glands.Learn More Watch Video
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.Learn More Watch Video
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.Learn More Watch Video
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.Learn More Watch Video
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.Learn More Watch Video
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.
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.Learn More Watch Video
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)Learn More Watch Video
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.Learn More Watch Video
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.Learn More Watch Video
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.
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.
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,Learn More Watch Video
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
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.
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.
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 .Learn More Watch Video
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.
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
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 :
Surana Bhawan, at Laxmi Nagar Crossing,
(Oppsite Metro Piller No. 28, Near Laxmi Nagar Metro Station)
New Delhi - 110092 (India).
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 for first consultation then rupees 900 for subsequent consultation
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