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Diabetes Managemet | Cedar Endocrine


Personalised Care for Type 1, Type 2, 
and Gestational Diabetes

Diabetes can be challenging, but Cedar Endocrine Clinic treats you like family. Personalised care, lifestyle guidance, supporting your every stride.

Embarking on the journey of managing diabetes might seem daunting, but remember, you're never alone in this. Welcome to Cedar Endocrine Clinic, where we extend a warm and familial embrace to you. Our commitment is to provide you with personalised care and unwavering guidance. From making lifestyle adjustments to expert medication management, we

stand by your side, supporting you at every turn.


Here, we recognise that managing diabetes isn't just a medical task – it's a part of your unique story. Let us be your partners, your confidantes, and your guides on this path to well-being.

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Type 1, Type 2 and Gestational Diabetes

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Type 1 Diabetes

Resulting from the immune system attacking insulin-producing cells, typically diagnosed in childhood or adolescence.

Possible Risk Factors: 

Genetic predisposition

Autoimmune conditions

Viral infections

Geographical factors

Symptoms Include: 

Extreme thirst

Frequent urination

Unexplained weight loss

Increased hunger


Blurred vision

Slow-healing wounds

Frequent infections

Mood changes

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Type 2 Diabetes

Linked to insulin resistance, often associated with lifestyle factors, and more common in adults.

Possible Risk Factors: 

Being overweight

Age 35 or older

History of Gestational Diabetes

Sedentary Lifestyle

Symptoms Include: 

Extreme thirst

Frequent urination

Unexplained weight loss


Blurred vision

Slow-healing wounds

Tingling or numbness

Frequent infections

Dark skin patches

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Gestational Diabetes

Occurs during pregnancy, affecting blood sugar levels and requiring monitoring for maternal and fetal health.

Possible Risk Factors: 

Having polycystic ovary syndrome

Having prediabetes

Family members with diabetes

High cholesterol before pregnancy

Symptoms Include: 

Increased thirst

Frequent urination




Blurred vision

Excessive weight gain

Persistent infections

Sugar in urine

Testing Methods

Testing for Type 1 Diabetes

1. Blood Sugar Testing: Monitoring blood glucose levels regularly using a glucose meter.

2. Haemoglobin A1C Test: This blood test provides an average of blood sugar levels over the past 2-3 months.

3. Autoantibody Tests: Detecting the presence of autoantibodies that target insulin-producing cells in the pancreas.

Testing for Type 2 Diabetes

1. Fasting Blood Sugar Test: Measures blood glucose levels after an overnight fast.

2. Oral Glucose Tolerance Test (OGTT): Involves fasting and then drinking a sugary solution to assess the body's response.

3. Haemoglobin A1C Test: Provides an average of blood sugar levels over the past 2-3 months.

Testing for Gestational Diabetes

1. Glucose Challenge Test (GCT): A preliminary screening test where you drink a sugary solution, and blood is drawn after an hour to measure glucose levels.

2. Oral Glucose Tolerance Test (OGTT): If the GCT results are elevated, an OGTT may be conducted. This involves fasting, drinking a more concentrated glucose solution, and multiple blood draws over a few hours.

3. Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM): In some cases, a CGM device may be used to continuously monitor glucose levels over a few days.


"Diabetes management empowers individuals to seize control of their health, fostering a life filled with health, energy, and contentment."


What is diabetes management?

Diabetes management involves a range of strategies to control blood sugar levels and prevent complications. Our clinic offers personalized approaches to help you manage your diabetes effectively.


What are the different types of diabetes?

The main types of diabetes are type 1, type 2, and gestational diabetes. Each type requires specific management and treatment strategies.


How does Cedar Endocrine Clinic approach diabetes management?

Our approach is holistic, combining personalized treatment plans, expert guidance, and the latest technological support to help you achieve optimal diabetes control.


What role does nutrition play in diabetes management?

Nutrition is a key factor in diabetes management. Our team can provide guidance on meal planning, portion control, and making healthier food choices.


Can diabetes be managed without medication?

Lifestyle modifications, such as regular exercise and a balanced diet, can help manage diabetes. However, medication may be necessary for some individuals to achieve target blood sugar levels.


How can Cedar Endocrine Clinic help with insulin management?

Our experienced team specializes in insulin management strategies, including insulin therapy and continuous glucose monitoring. We'll work closely with you to find the best approach.


What is continuous glucose monitoring (CGM)?

CGM is a cutting-edge technology that tracks your blood sugar levels throughout the day. We can integrate CGM data into your treatment plan for better diabetes management.


Are there advancements in glucose monitoring tools?

Yes, there have been significant advancements in glucose monitoring tools. We offer the latest technologies to help monitor glucose readings and customize your treatment plan.


How does stress affect diabetes management?

Stress can impact blood sugar levels. Our team can provide strategies to manage stress effectively, which is essential for maintaining stable blood sugar levels.


Where can I get more information about diabetes management at Cedar Endocrine Clinic?

To learn more about our comprehensive diabetes management services and treatment options, please contact us at 6370 7660. We're here to support your journey to better health.

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Empower your diabetes journey. 

Cedar Endocrine Clinic offers personalised care for effective management. Take control of your health today – schedule a consultation and let our expert team guide you towards a healthier, vibrant life.

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