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She have Acidity problem & from last 3-4 days her teeth feel tightening & also she feel headache every time this is because of Acidity any other reason. Please suggest what have to be done for this problem.
Hi Takes long to clear bowels completely. Mucus followed by gas cause 15 minutes delay between motions which are 4 to 5 thus taking more than an hour every day.
carom seeds where it is available ? Can we get it from the provision stores. Do we have to make it into powder before eating ? How to use it for acidity control.
Sir I have chkd Engograpy in Dec 2016 report r normal 2D ECHO Normal TMT NORMAL ECG. NORMAL SUGAR. 73/107 BP. LEVEL ALWAYS 80/120 FULL ABDOMEN sonography. NORMAL (1 week ago) Mri done April 2016 (c3 to c6 nurvse roots are mild diffuse) All reports r normal But sir pain hota muje kabi kabi Heart upper side back side middle side and left HAND shoulder to right HAND shoulder are pain and burning any time. (Daily excise. Morning walk 3 km after cycling 8 to 10 km (in 20 mints) and dumbbell put and down 100 times and night walk 2 to 3 km) please help the doctor I am nerves for this pain and I am mentlay depressed.
Hi I am 25 year old female and I have been suffering from indigestion as the symptoms occurs to me. I am a 48 kg weighted girl but my belly area is heavily bloated all the time and it clearly can be seen as a bump. Also even after hours of having meals I feel like burping all the time with some food extracts coming to my mouth every time I burp. I have some gastric and constipation problem too Please let me know some solution to it. Also I normally like to have tea in the morning and never takes more than 2 cups of tea per day Is it harmful too for my stomach?
Is Berberis Vulgaris mother trencher help to devolve Multiple gallstones around 4 to 5 mm? Is there any side effects to take this medicine regularly until three month? Is this medicine should be taken even in empty stomach?
I am 54 years old. I am suffering from mouth ulcer, what is reason and what treatment to cure it immediate.
I'm 22 years old male. Today when I go to toilet ,my stool is mixed with blood. And I feel a small disturbance in anus opening. Is this piles or anus wound? Which department of doctor should I consult?
The liver is the largest organ in a human body and plays a key role by secreting various digestive enzymes and hormones. It also stores various nutrients required by the body and helps fight infection and remove toxins. For various reasons, the liver can fail to perform its function at optimal levels. This can lead to a liver failure, and in severe cases, a transplant may be the most definitive treatment. Liver transplant is when the diseased liver is removed and replaced with a new liver.
There are various types of liver transplants, depending on the donor and the amount of liver transplanted.
- Living donor: In people with severe liver failure, a close family member is identified who is also willing to donate. A donor evaluation is then done and a part of the liver is removed and transplanted in the patient. The liver, known for its regenerative properties, grows in the recipient, and over a period of time, gets accepted by the recipient.
- Deceased liver transplant: Also known as an orthotopic liver transplant, this involves removal of the liver from a matched donor and placing it in the affected individual. The liver should be replaced within few hours of death. For people who are expecting a liver transplant, they are often evaluated and placed on a waiting list. Also, a list of those willing to donate is maintained. As soon as a person dies, the potential recipient is called and then a transplant is conducted. In the USA, it could even be years before a donor becomes available. In countries like India, a non-family donation is not legal as it could lead to rackets.
- Split type or partial transplant: As noted, it is not necessary in some cases that a full liver be available for transplant. A part of the liver can be transplanted in the recipient, and it continues to grow there. Sometimes, the liver from a deceased person is split into a larger and a smaller portion and transplanted in an adult and a child respectively.
- Auxiliary liver transplantation: In some cases, for instance, in people with a metabolic disease, the recipient’s liver is only partially removed and replaced with a new partial liver. The original liver could be used for gene therapy to help in recovery.
In all these cases, it is very essential to choose an appropriate transplant center and undergo a thorough evaluation to ensure a successful liver transplantation. When properly done, liver transplants have a success rate of 85% in 5 years.