Dr. Kanji is a gestational diabetes specialist here to help you control your blood sugar with direct, and easy access that can't be delayed.

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A diagnosis of gestational diabetes can be worrying.

Are you frustrated by the ups and downs of blood sugars despite the same routine?

Does your health care provider listen to and understand your worries and frustration?

Are you worried about the potential pregnancy complications?

Why Choose Ethos Endocrinology?

Ethos Endocrinology is a no-insurance model that serves you – not your health insurance company. We removed interference from insurance to give you the time and care you need.

8 Reasons to Join Ethos Endocrinology

Get Your Appointment


Do not wait weeks for an appointment with an endocrinologist. We offer same or next day appointments.

Minimal to Zero Wait


​Our average waiting room time is 1 minute.

Time with Your Doctor


Our visits last 30-60 minutes. Not the short and hurried visits you have experienced.

Access Your Doctor


Message with Dr. Kanji between visits to make the changes you need.

Flexible Follow-up


Follow-up appointments can be in-office, video, or telephone.

No Surprise Bills


You will not receive unexpected bills. Our pricing is transparent and provided up-front.

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We do not send your medical records to an insurance company for reimbursement.

Ethos Endocrinology Pricing


Initial Consultation
1 Hour

$250

Follow-up Visit
15 Minutes

$60

Follow-up Visit
30 Minutes

$120

Start Now in 3 Simple Steps

1

Schedule an appointment without waiting for weeks to see your doctor

2

Receive a confirmation email and invitation to your patient portal

3

Share your concerns with Dr. Kanji during your 1-hour consultation

Frequently Asked Questions

Why choose Dr. Kanji as your gestational diabetes specialist?

As your gestational diabetes specialist, Dr. Kanji creates your customized plan with you by listening to your needs and concerns. Access Dr. Kanji between visits for quick changes to your gestational diabetes care. The time, care, and access you receive is affordable.

What are the symptoms of gestational diabetes?

Gestational diabetes may not have any signs. Some woman may experience:

  • Significant thirst
  • Significant hunger
  • Increased urination
  • Blurred vision

How is gestational diabetes diagnosed?

Pregnant women are screened for gestational diabetes between 24 – 28 weeks of pregnancy. Gestational diabetes is diagnosed by oral glucose tolerance test using one of two strategies1:

1) 1-step strategy
- Performed in the morning fasting
- Fasting blood sugar is checked by blood draw
- Pregnant woman is given 70 grams of a sugary drink to consumes
- Blood sugar is checked via blood draw at 1 and 2 hours after consuming the drink
- Diagnosis is made when one or more blood sugar values are higher than the cutoff

2) 2-step strategy
- Pregnant woman is given 50 grams of a sugary drink to consume
- Blood sugar is checked via blood draw 1 hour after consuming the drink
- If the blood sugar at 1 hour is higher than the cutoff value, a second oral glucose tolerance test is performed
- Second test is performed in the morning fasting
- Fasting blood sugar is checked by blood draw
- 100 grams of a sugary drink is given
- Blood sugar is checked via blood draw at 1, 2, and 3 hours after consuming the drink
- Diagnosis is made when one or more blood sugar values are higher than the cutoff

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