Handles the stress of diabetes from the comfort of your home

Just got back a scary-looking blood report? Though common, FITTO has got your diabetes needs covered. Manage your diabetes at home with regular checkups by our compassionate diabetologists.

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Diabetologist at FITTO

Why choose FITTO for Diabetology

The journey of dealing with diabetes is one that is long and requires care and a certain way of life to control it. The team at FITTO carefully guides and monitors your progress and problems to make sure that you can continue living the best quality of life possible. Our patients are not only treated for diabetes but guided through practices for their wellbeing and care through dealing with diabetes. Your journey of fighting with diabetes can start today by getting in touch with our doctors through the FITTO app or on our website. Simply register and our team will aid you in reaching the best quality of life possible.

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FAQ - Diabetology

  • What is Diabetes?

    Diabetes Mellitus refers to a metabolic condition where blood sugar levels are high due to lack of the hormone Insulin.

  • What are the different types of diabetes?
    1. Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus: Insulin secreting cells of the pancreas (Beta cells) gets destroyed due to an inappropriate response of the body’s defense mechanism. This causes insulin production from the pancreas to stop. Most commonly seen in young children.
    2. Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: Insulin resistance is a condition in which the cells do not respond normally to insulin, causing decreased absorption of glucose into the cells. 
    3. Gestational Diabetes Mellitus : raised blood sugar levels during pregnancy, usually resolves after delivery.
  • Can Diabetes be cured?

    Till date, no cure for Diabetes Mellitus has been found. However, lifestyle modifications and proper medications can prevent worsening of the condition.

  • How often should I consult a doctor for diabetes?

    Depending on the medications you are on and your blood reports, you should consult a doctor every 3-6months.