The endocrinology specialty at Sunridge Hospitals offers the best care and treatment available for endocrine disorders. It works closely with other departments such as reproductive medicine, neurology, oncology, and genetics to provide comprehensive and accurate care for its patients suffering from various endocrine diseases.

It consists of several glands, whose essential function is to produce and release different hormones in the bloodstream. Hormones are known as chemical messengers.

Critical endocrine disorders treated include- Thyroid gland: Hypothyroidism, Hyperthyroidism, Thyroid Nodules, Thyroid Eye Disorders, and Thyroid Cancers.

Pituitary gland: Pituitary Tumours, Acromegaly, Cushing’s disease, Prolactin Disorders, Diabetes Insipidus, Hypophysitis, and Sheehan’s Syndrome. Reproductive endocrine disorders: PCOS, Hirsutism, Male & Female Infertility, and Sexual Disorders.

Pediatric Endocrinology: Growth, Thyroid, Puberty, Bone & Calcium Disorders.

Metabolic bone disorders: Vitamin D Deficiency, Rickets, Parathyroid Disorders, Osteoporosis, and Genetic Disorders of the Bone.

Adrenal gland: Hypertension, Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia, Adrenal Tumours, Pheochromocytoma, and Aldosteronism (Conn’s Syndrome).

Obesity Management: Childhood and Adult Obesity Management. Collaborates with Bariatric surgeons and nutritionists for weight management.


What are some common endocrine disorders treated by endocrinologists?

– Endocrinologists at Sunridge Hospitals specialize in treating various endocrine disorders, including diabetes, thyroid disorders (such as hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism), adrenal disorders, pituitary gland disorders, reproductive hormone imbalances, and metabolic disorders. Our experienced endocrinologists provide comprehensive care for these conditions.

What are the common symptoms of endocrine disorders and what are the ways to diagnose them?

Common symptoms of endocrine disorders include fatigue, unexplained weight changes, excessive thirst or urination, changes in appetite, mood swings, changes in sleep patterns, and irregular menstrual cycles. At Sunridge Hospitals, our endocrinologists use a combination of diagnostic tests and medical history evaluation to diagnose endocrine disorders accurately. These may include blood tests, hormone level assessments, imaging studies, and specialized tests to evaluate glandular function.

Can endocrine disorders be cured? If so, what are the treatment options available?

The treatment approach for endocrine disorders depends on the specific condition. While some endocrine disorders can be cured with appropriate treatment, others may require lifelong management. Sunridge Hospitals offers comprehensive treatment options for managing various endocrine disorders. Treatment may involve medication management, hormonal therapy, lifestyle modifications, and, in some cases, surgical intervention. Our experienced endocrinologists will customize the treatment plan based on the specific diagnosis and individual patient needs.

When should I consider seeking an endocrinologist's expertise?

It is advisable to consult an endocrinologist at Sunridge Hospitals if you experience symptoms such as unexplained weight changes, fatigue, abnormal hormone levels, menstrual irregularities, persistent metabolic issues, or suspected endocrine disorders. Additionally, if you have been diagnosed with a specific endocrine condition and require specialized management, an endocrinologist can provide comprehensive care.

How often should I have follow-up visits for my endocrine condition?

The frequency of follow-up visits for endocrine conditions varies depending on the specific diagnosis and treatment plan. Our endocrinologists at Sunridge Hospitals typically recommend regular follow-up visits every few months to monitor hormone levels, assess treatment effectiveness, and address any concerns or changes in symptoms. The frequency of visits may be adjusted based on individual patient needs.

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