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Are you at risk for Adult-Onset Diabetes?Diabetes is a major lifestyle disease and there is an alarming rise of its incidence in the world. However 50% (183 million) of the people with diabetes are undiagnosed. Research on diabetes suggests that uncontrolled and untreated diabetes have grave short and long-term consequences including blindness, heart disease, nerve disease and kidney disease. Check to find out if you are at risk for developing diabetes by using this calculator.

NOTE: All the values of the calculators mentioned on website of DR MAHESH KUMARS MEDICAL INSTITUE PVT LTD are approximate and may not be exact always. Hence DR MAHESH KUMARS MEDICAL INSTITUE PVT LTD advices to all the visitors to consult your physician/doctor for any queries, doubts etc. on these calculators.

Under 35 years [0 points] 35-44 years [2 points] 45-54 years [4 points] 55-64 years [6 points] 65 years or over [8 points]

 

2. Your gender

Female [0 points] Male [3 points]

 

3a. Are you of Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander, Pacific Islander or Maori descent?

No [0 points] Yes [2 points]

 

3b. Where were you born?

Australia [0 points] Asia (including the Indian sub-continent), Middle East, North Africa, Southern Europe [2 points] Other [0 points]

 

4. Have either of your parents, or any of your brothers or sisters been diagnosed with diabetes (type 1 or type 2)?

No [0 points] Yes [2 points]

 

5. Have you ever been found to have high blood glucose (sugar) (for example, in a health examination, during an illness, or during pregnancy)?

No [0 points] Yes [6 points]
6. Are you currently taking medication for high blood pressure?

No [0 points] Yes [2 points]

 

7. Do you currently smoke cigarettes or any other tobacco products on a daily basis?

No [0 points] Yes [2 points]

 

8. How often do you eat vegetables or fruit?

Every day [0 points] Not every day [1 point]

 

9. On average, would you say you do at least 2.5 hours of physical activity per week (for example, 30 minutes a day on 5 or more days a week)?

Yes [0 points] No [2 points]

 

*10a. Your waist measurement taken below the ribs (usually at the level of the navel, and while standing)

cms.

The correct place to measure your waist is halfway between your lowest rib and the top of your hipbone, roughly in line with your navel. Measure directly against your skin, breathe out normally, make sure the tape is snug, without compressing the skin.

 

10b. Are you of Asian or Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent?

Yes
No