SPEAKERS NURSE (67%), INTERLOCUTOR (33%) NJ NURSE JINCY 0:00 Okay, okay, okay. Okay. Hello. Good morning. I am Dr. Smith. I am your journal practitioner here today, and I'm here to help you with any problems you have. How can I help you?IG INTERLOCUTOR GRANDMASTER 0:18 Yes, doctor, you know, I, almost 50 And, yeah, 45 To be precise. Now I've recently been feeling tired and unwell. And, you know, regarding this diabetes in the newspapers and on the television, okay, I made me decide to go for a checkup. Okay, I wasn't a very busy person, I have three teenage children and a spouse, you don't have time to exercise it. And you know that you're overweight and unfit. But I have to, there is no other option for me.NJ NURSE JINCY 0:54 All right. All right. Yes, I can. I can see that because of your busy schedule. You have a family to look after you. And your office workers made visit entry. So you have gained a little bit of faith, and you're concerned about that you have diabetes. But before going into the conclusion, whether you have diabetes or not, I would like to ask you some questions. Is that okay? Yeah, definitely.IG INTERLOCUTOR GRANDMASTER 1:32 Definitely. Doctor.NJ NURSE JINCY 1:36 So how long you have the symptoms means how long have you been feeling unwellIG INTERLOCUTOR GRANDMASTER 1:46 for, you know, maybe Viq or 10 days, a bit even before also, I felt like that, but I did not have the pressure of this feeling.NJ NURSE JINCY 1:59 Did you have any fever or sore throat? On?IG INTERLOCUTOR GRANDMASTER 2:05 Maybe yes. Sometimes I used to be the thirsty, breathless, sometimes I used to feel dizzy, and tiredness and angle. That's normal. But sometimes, you know, the skin would be cheap.NJ NURSE JINCY 2:19 Okay, right. Right. Right. So you're worried that you have diabetes?IG INTERLOCUTOR GRANDMASTER 2:31 Yes, please.NJ NURSE JINCY 2:33 Okay. So, can I ask you some more questions? Taking this forward about your lifestyle? Like, I hope it's okay with you. If I ask you.IG INTERLOCUTOR GRANDMASTER 2:48 Right, definitely, you can ask me. Okay.NJ NURSE JINCY 2:51 So do you do any form of exercises?IG INTERLOCUTOR GRANDMASTER 2:55 Yeah, of course. I actually. But exercise doesn't mean real exercise. But I just walked for 510 minutes like that. Normally, routine activity, but not particularly like exercise. Because you know, I have a busy and stressful office job. And next one is I have three teenage children. I have told you, and I don't have any time for exercise. And I want to know what the symptoms might mean. I have BeattiesNJ NURSE JINCY 3:29 Yeah, we are coming to the point, we're going to see that they have diabetes or not. But before that, there are a few more questions I would like to ask you. Like, are you looking after your diet? Are you eating on time? Are you eating well balanced food?IG INTERLOCUTOR GRANDMASTER 3:49 Yes, of course, to some extent.NJ NURSE JINCY 3:53 Okay. Do you smoke or drink?IG INTERLOCUTOR GRANDMASTER 3:58 Drinking? I don't know drink. But I sometimes, you know, during parties, I have some beers something like, I'm not used to that one very much. But I want to ask you one thing. How is this diabetes treated doctor?NJ NURSE JINCY 4:17 Okay, so, before the treatment, we have to make you understand what diabetes is. Do you have any idea like whatIG INTERLOCUTOR GRANDMASTER 4:28 nowise regarding this? I don't know anything about this.NJ NURSE JINCY 4:31 Okay. So diabetes weekly, is two types. It's type one and type two. So type one diabetes is a body. There is a organ in our body called pancreas which doesn't produce insulin. And there is type two diabetes where insulin is produced by age it becomes it's not sufficient enough or it becomes ineffective and Your blood sugar level is not under control. And it is it can be managed, it's not something which cannot be treated or looked after. So, going to the management part, you have a first look into the diet of the patient, and then we suggest some exercises. And then if the diet and exercise the blood sugar is not under control, we start the patient on medications. And another biggest aspect of controlling diabetes is to monitor the blood sugar level and keep it under control. That's the only treatment that we need to maintain the blood sugar level in your blood. Is there anything else you would like to ask?IG INTERLOCUTOR GRANDMASTER 5:53 Yeah, of course, I want to know, okay, what I should do now.NJ NURSE JINCY 6:01 Okay, so our next step will be back, we will take a blood sample, to diagnose whether you have X sugar level, whether you have a day job and sugar is high. And that will rule out whether you have diabetes or you have any other problem, we are also going to check your vital signs like blood pressure, respiratory rate, I will write some hormonal tests as well for you, because some hormonal imbalance in our body can also make you feel tired and unwell. And along with that, we like to assess your lifestyle like and suggest you some changes in your lifestyle, along with your diet. And I will suggest you that you take some time off from your busy schedule and have some quality time with your family. Like that we are going to manage your this problem.IG INTERLOCUTOR GRANDMASTER 7:05 Right? I agreed to do the tests, whatever you suggest, and then I make an appointment. And yeah, to discuss the results in everything. I'm ready for all these things. What do youNJ NURSE JINCY 7:18 say? Yes, or the receptionist. As soon as your results are back, we will book an appointment for you. And we'll give you a call and then we can look forward to conduct your blog report how we are going to manage your condition.IG INTERLOCUTOR GRANDMASTER 7:36 Thank you very much, Doctor. That's very nice. Thank you.NJ NURSE JINCY 7:40 Thank you.
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