Do you have stomach pains? Do you have trouble digesting? Does your stomach bloat? Do you have troubles swallowing? Do you feel tired, despondent, maybe anaemic? Is your blood pressure high? Do you feel chest pain? Is your general condition bad, you don’t feel bad, but you don’t really know what’s wrong? Are you thirsty all the time? You are hungry and eating but keep on losing weight? Are you tired and lethargic? Do you experience hair loss? Are you sweating all the time?
If you are experiencing these symptoms but are not sure what the problem is, feel free to book an appointment at our surgery!
Our specialists will carry out a general examination to find out the reasons for these problems, they will treat them and if necessary, guide you to the appropriate specialist. The doctor may ask the patient about the medical history of the disease – knowing it may contribute to a more precise diagnosis. Following that the doctor decides on which laboratory tests to conduct after a meticulous general examination. The internal specialist does not only look for currently prevailing diseases and tries to reduce their symptoms, but is also looking to prevent others. After establishing a family medical history it is more possible to prevent serious diseases, and their discovery may add to chances of recovery.
There are two specialist areas closely linked to the internal medicine, which have evolved from it but are now independent areas: endocrinology and diabetology. Endocrinology is the study of hormone disorders produced by endocrine glands. Among the symptoms there are abnormal sweating, palpitations, sleeping disorders. In order to acquire a full and precise diagnosis it is necessary to talk about the history of the disease, as well as to conduct laboratory analyses informing us about the operation of the hormones or giving out info about sugar.
Diabetologist is concerned with patients suffering from diabetes. Diabetes – which is the most common disease in developed countries – is not only a problem in itself, it can cause problems on the level of complications associated with it, such as cardiovascular diseases and kidney and eye diseases. Its main symptoms are constant sense of being thirsty, weight loss, tiredness and lethargy, frequent peeing. The specialist shall order laboratory and other tests after getting to know the medical history and current symptoms. The specialist shall prescribe the dietary programme in the light of the test results, shall support their patients with lifestyle advice and shall initiate the therapy with drug treatment.Prices Consultation hours Make an appointment