The two main parts of your eyes that diabetes can affect are called the ‘lens’ and the ‘retina’. Damage to your ‘retina’ is usually more serious (and also often more common in those with diabetes)
Diabetes can damage the small blood vessels in your body. This is particularly so if your blood glucose levels or blood pressure remain high for long periods of time.
We have following are treatments that are available with RAYS for Kidneys effected by Diabetes.
Two of the common complications of diabetes that cause foot problems are:
At Rays we treat common Foot problems that are associated with Diabetes:
Main causes are:
Men with Type 1 diabetes are more likely to experience impotence at an earlier age (this is because they have usually had diabetes for a longer period of time). Men who have Type 2 diabetes (which usually develops in adulthood) may not experience the problem until later in life. If your diabetes is out of control, this can lead to temporary impotence.
Problems we treat
Infections can make your blood glucose hard to control. Our dentist and diabetologist will prepare you for any adjustments you might need to make. At Rays we will treat all Oral Infections like:
You may consult us whenever you are experiencing any of these symptoms including prickling, tingling, burning, aching, or sharp jabs of needle-like pain. These are signs of the increased nerve activity that occurs in damaged or healing nerves.
Following signs should never be ignored and doctor consultation is must:
The start of hyperthyroidism in a person with diabetes means that their blood glucose levels may rise slightly. If the condition remains untreated and becomes more severe, diabetes management can be much harder. Weight loss may occur, too many ketones (which are the end result of fat breakdown) may begin circulating in the blood, and more insulin or medication will be required to lower blood glucose levels. Once hyperthyroidism is successfully treated, however, diabetes management is improved.