• Brief Profile


    Dr Mithal is a Senior Endocrinologist at the Indraprastha Apollo Hospital in New Delhi and has a special interest in metabolic bone disease, osteoporosis and parathyroid disorders. Dr. Mithal did his D.M. in Endocrinology from the All India Institute of Medical Sciences in 1987 and holds many senior positions in reputed institutes all over India.

Questions Answered by me

Your reports indicate testicular failure, which means that your testes are not functioning properly. This could have happened as a result of...

Answered on : 05 Sep 2005

The eye lens can undergo refractory changes in its power during fluctuating blood glucose levels. As a result the power can seemingly change....

Answered on : 28 Jul 2005

Your problem is genuine and not uncommon. It is happening because humalog not only has a quick onset of action, but also a quick offset of action...

Answered on : 06 Jun 2005

Hyperparathyroidism is a condtion where the parathyroid glands in the neck secrete excess amount of PTH (parathyroid hormone). There are two main...

Answered on : 23 May 2005

Macroprolactinomas often have to be treated lifelong. If you have no visual defect, just continue cabergoline at the lowest dose required to keep...

Answered on : 03 Jan 2005

Your sugar values are not unusual, and indicate disordered insulin secretion. Typically such values are seen in individuals who have a family...

Answered on : 21 Dec 2004

If you are controlling your sugar level well, as your values seem to suggest, the chances of any complications are low. Please try to ensure the...

Answered on : 10 Dec 2004

The shape and prominence of Adam's apple in the neck reflects male hormone action, and is connected to the breaking of the voice at puberty. As...

Answered on : 13 Oct 2004

Insulin is a standard, effective and safe way to treat diabetes. The natural history of type 2 diabetes (the kind your mother has) results in a...

Answered on : 23 Aug 2004

You must target your fasting blood sugar values to 110 and post meal (2 hours) to 140. You should also get your glycosylated haemoglobin (Hb1Ac)...

Answered on : 10 Aug 2004
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