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About Diabetes

What is Diabetes?

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Type 1 Diabetes

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While a person suffers from diabetes, there can be several complications due to the high amount of blood sugar levels for a prolonged period of time. Some complications can be life-threatening, like Diabetic Heart, while Diabetic Eye may not be. However, it has the tendency to snatch away the vision of a person, so prevention of the Diabetic eye is very essential
Diabetic Retinopathy is a complication that causes damage to the retina, the sensitive layer at the back of the eye. Over time the thick blood vessels might rupture and the person might not process the image completely and start losing their vision. The symptoms are:

  • Dark Spots in vision
  • Impaired color vision
  • Flashing lights, an indication of retinal detachment
  • Blurred Vision
  • Dark tiny strings floating in vision
  • Vision Loss

Type 2 Diabetes

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We understand that losing your vision is not something you want and early diagnosis is an important part of reversing or preventing diabetic retinopathy. Normally symptoms of retinopathy can only be mild or not seen until the central seeing area of the retina is affected and if there is any bleeding area in the eye. So with combined efforts of our diabetologist and ophthalmologists, at Dr. Prakash’s Diabetes Speciality Centre, we help you provide the right screening techniques required for early detection of retinopathy.  Patients are advised for retinal examination once a year and the process includes :

  • Checking vision using Artificial Intelligence enabled Equipment
  • Measurement of eye pressure
  • Retinal/Fundus examination of the back of the eye

Gestational Diabetes

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While a person suffers from diabetes, there can be several complications due to the high amount of blood sugar levels for a prolonged period of time. Some complications can be life-threatening, like Diabetic Heart, while Diabetic Eye may not be. However, it has the tendency to snatch away the vision of a person, so prevention of the Diabetic eye is very essential
Diabetic Retinopathy is a complication that causes damage to the retina, the sensitive layer at the back of the eye. Over time the thick blood vessels might rupture and the person might not process the image completely and start losing their vision. The symptoms are:

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