Endocrine Hospital Angeles clinic London border tower frontier 74 Rome Nte.  Office 400 CDMX

What Does an Endocrinologist Do? The endocrinologist is the specialist doctor in charge of the diagnosis and treatment of hormonal and metabolism-related problems. Metabolic Problems -Disorders related to glucose metabolism such as Diabetes Mellitus, with Cholesterol and Triglycerides such as Dyslipidemia, as well as Overweight and Obesity. Thyroid Problems. -Disorders of thyroid function such as hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism, as well as with size, such as goiter and thyroid nodules. Bone Fragility Problems. – Conditions related to loss of bone quality, such as Osteoporosis, as well as hormonal problems that regulate it, such as Hyperparathyroidism. Female Hormone Problems. -Disorders in young women such as Abnormal Uterine Bleeding and hormonal problems in Pregnancy, as well as hormone replacement treatment in women with menopause. Pituitary problems. -Tumors of the pituitary gland and problems related to its hormones (Prolactin, Growth hormone). What are the classic conditions that are treated by the endocrinologist? -Hypothyroidism. Decrease in thyroid hormones leading to fatigue, weight gain, hair loss, dry skin. -Diabetes. Chronic disease related to elevated blood glucose as well as from initial problems such as prediabetes. -Osteoporosis. Bone fragility problem that predisposes to Fractures, comprehensive study of the patient with bone problems. -Obesity. Serious health problem related to increased fat deposition, with the risk of developing other metabolic problems. -Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. Hormonal disorder in women, which involves hormonal problems that cause menstrual irregularity, as well as problems related to metabolism. -High Prolactin (Hyperprolactinemia). Elevation of prolactin in the blood, which causes problems with other hormones, both female and male, generating sexual problems. About the Specialty. Metabolic Problems – Disorders related to metabolism: * Prediabetes. Diagnosis and treatment of the patient with initial metabolic problem, to delay the development of other diseases. *Diabetes. Diagnosis and individualized pharmacological treatment of the patient with diabetes, as well as control and monitoring. * Dyslipidemia. Diagnosis and treatment of patients with elevated cholesterol and / or triglycerides, as well as their control and monitoring. *Overweight and obesity. Pharmacological treatment of overweight and obesity, as well as follow-up after bariatric surgery. Thyroid Problems. -Disorders of the function and structure of the thyroid. * Hypothyroidism. Individualized medical management of the patient with decreased thyroid hormone. * Hyperthyroidism. Treatment of disorders related to the increase in thyroid hormones. * Thyroid nodules. Evaluation of the risk of malignancy of thyroid tumors, as well as taking a biopsy if necessary. Bone Fragility Problems. -Ailments related to loss of bone quality. *Osteoporosis. Disease with loss of bone strength, related to menopause, the use of different medications, or other diseases. * Hyperparathyroidism. Hormonal problem that is related to accelerated loss of bone quality and other alterations such as kidney stones. Female Hormone Problems. -Disorders in young women, during pregnancy and menopausal. * Abnormal Uterine Bleeding. We investigate and treat a lack or excess of hormones that causes breakthrough bleeding. * Hypothyroidism in Pregnancy. Hormone replacement during pregnancy to avoid complications in the child of a mother with hypothyroidism. * Diabetes in Pregnancy. Individualized management of the patient with glucose problems in pregnancy to avoid consequences for the baby. Pituitary problems. -Tumors of the pituitary gland and problems related to its hormones. * Pituitary tumor. Follow-up of tumors that do not produce hormones, but cause problems or decrease in hormones due to size or surgery. * Hyperprolactinemia. Elevation of prolactin in the blood, with sexual problems in men and women. .

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