MBBS, MD - Medicine, DM - Endocrinology
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Dr. Sunil Mishra is an MD(Internal Medicine) and a DM(Endocrinology & Metabolism) from AIIMS, New Delhi. He is currently working as consultant Endocrinologist at Medanta The Medicity Gurugram. Before joining Medanta Dr. Mishra was working as an Associate Professor at HIHT University Dehradun where he established Endocrine and Diabetes specialty in department of Medicine. He has over seven years of experience in Endocrinology at prestigious institutes like AIIMS SGPGI Lucknow HIHT University Dehradun and now at Medanta-The Medicity. Dr. Mishra is available for expert opinion in uncontrolled diabetes mellitus, type 1 diabetes mellitus, all type of thyroid disorders menstrual irregularities, excessive hair growth in girls and ladies, pituitary disorders and calcium and metabolic bone disorders.
i am totally satisfied with the doctor but please visit few more days in defence colony as it is really unconvienient to go Gurgaon.
Very soft spoken explains the problem and He is a
****** ****** ****** ********* Was in a rush while I visited and was constantly over the mobile. I had visited the HOD with great hope for my senior citizen parents illness but in vain. He didn't even listen to the queries and my concern and seemed least interested in listening to the patient. Wasn't interested in recommending and I was constantly asking the my concern to which he answered reluctantly. Would not recommend the doctor to anyone.
Q: Who is an endocrinologist?
A: An endocrinologist is a medical professional specialized in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of hormone-secreting (endocrine) glands in the human body. He is trained to treat disorders of thyroid, pituitary, pancreas, etc. that produce hormones.
Q: For what symptoms can I consult an endocrinologist?
A: You can meet an endocrinologist if you notice symptoms of hormone-related diseases like sudden weight loss or gain, acne, facial hair in women, infertility, feeling too tired easily, severe hair loss, feeling too cold or too hot, change in voice, etc.
Q: What diseases does an endocrinologist treat?
A: The endocrinologist can treat diseases of like hypo or hyper-thyroidism, reduced or excess insulin production, gigantism, dwarfism, Cushing's syndrome, hypo or hyper-pituitarinism, PCOD, infertility, etc.
Q: What training is needed to be an endocrinologist?
A: An endocrinologist has to take at least 10 years of training, which has 4 years of medical school (MBBS), followed by a residency period of 3 years to gain expertise in treating the patient. They have an additional 2 or 3 years of training in endocrinology (MD or DM).
Q: Can an endocrinologist treat PCOD?
A: An endocrinologist or a reproductive endocrinologist who is specialized in sex hormones can treat and help in managing PCOD.