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Kare Scanning Center

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No-183, A.G Heights, KBAR Road, Near Ambedkar Statue, Austin Town Bangalore
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Our mission is to furnish the patients with exellecent quality care that enhances there quality of life. By providing compassionate care we are providing them independence. We strive to p......more
Our mission is to furnish the patients with exellecent quality care that enhances there quality of life. By providing compassionate care we are providing them independence. We strive to protect our patient's privacy and dignity and devote ourselves to delivering exceptional on-time care and service.
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Kare Scanning Center is known for housing experienced General Physicians. Dr. Ali Zama, a well-reputed General Physician, practices in Bangalore. Visit this medical health centre for General Physicians recommended by 84 patients.

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Dr. Ali Zama

MBBS, Fellowship In Diabetology
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Fever - What Does It Indicate?

MBBS, Fellowship In Diabetology
General Physician, Bangalore
Fever - What Does It Indicate?

Fever is a common medical sign that is generated by the body to a varied level of infection and other conditions. It results from the elevated temperature of the body due to the body’s thermostat getting reset to a higher than normal temperature. It is a defence mechanism of the body to fight against external microbes. It is not a disease but a symptom of a disease that the body is fighting against.

Temperature variation of fever:
There is no absolute value of body temperature which is defined as fever. However, the below-mentioned temperatures are generally accepted as a condition of fever:

  1. Rectal temperature of more than 38 degrees centigrade
  2. Oral temperature of more than 37.8 degrees centigrade
  3. Armpit temperature of more than 37.2-degree centigrade
  4. Ear temperature of more than 38-degree centigrade
  5. Forehead temperature of more than 38-degree centigrade

Different types of fever:

  1. Continuous fever: This is a condition where the body temperature is above normal for more than 24 hours and temperature fluctuation is not more than 1-degree centigrade. Continuous fever is observed in diseases such as typhoid, typhus, infective endocarditis and pneumonia.
  2. Remittent fever: Remittent fever refers to a condition where the body temperature constantly remains more than normal for 24 hours. The temperature fluctuation is not more than 2-degree centigrade. This kind of fever is observed in diseases such as infective endocarditis and typhoid.
  3. Intermittent fever: This is a condition where the body temperature rises for few hours in a day and comes down to normal for the rest of the day. The spike in temperature has a repetitive pattern and is visible in diseases such as malaria, septicemia, and pyemia.
  4. Septic fever: This is a condition which is characterised by an extremely high fever that refuses to come down to normal and has hardly any fluctuation. This condition should be immediately addressed by a doctor to ensure further deteriorating of the physical health of a patient.
  5. Pel-Ebstein fever: This condition is characterised by recurrent bouts of body temperature. It might take up to 3 days for the temperature to rise, it maintains the temperature for the next 3 days and gradually comes down over the next 3 days. The total cycle continues for 9 days.
  6. Periodic fevers: This is the kind of fever which can last up to few days to few weeks followed by a symptom-free period of a fixed interval. This fever has a particular pattern and is mostly witnessed in patients suffering from diseases such as stills disease, Crohn's disease, and rheumatoid arthritis. Certain other conditions such as hyper-IgD syndrome and Mediterranean Fever can also result in this condition. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a General Physician.
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Depression - Can It Lead To Hypertension?

MBBS, Fellowship In Diabetology
General Physician, Bangalore
Depression - Can It Lead To Hypertension?

It seems dramatic in movies and television soaps to see depressed people having with a heart ailment, but there is sound scientific evidence to show a strong correlation between depression and hypertension. Read on to see how these two diseases are correlated. With the cases of both diseases on the rise and the age of onset decreasing, this is concerning.

Studies have shown that people diagnosed with depression (and/or anxiety) are three to four times more likely to develop hypertension as compared to people with normal moods. More than the condition per se, the associated habits and effects of these conditions leads to hypertension.

It is common to notice that people who are depressed would tend to smoke excessively, consume a lot more alcohol, poor sleeping patterns, and have eating disorders (binging). All these lead to atherosclerosis, leading to plaque accumulation in the blood vessels and reducing their thickness. This leads to reduced blood flow to vital organs, leading to more severe complications like stroke and heart failure.

Another correlation is the hormones that are produced when a person is depressed (or stressed). These hormones (from the adrenal glands) have a vasoconstrictor effect, thereby reducing hypertension. The body is also on constant alert with these increased levels of hormones, thereby increasing the strain on the vital organs. Hypertension is therefore one of the many side effects of depression. The good news, however, is that both these conditions can be managed easily. There are definitely changes within one’s control which will help control both, and improve the overall quality of life.

  1. Eat healthy: While depression does lead you to end up feel-good foods like processes and junk items, tell yourself not to give in. Eating healthy and the benefits will be there for you to see. Eat less of salt, sugar, and fats.
  2. Relax and take a deep breath: Consciously make an effort to relax every day, even for a short while, and take deep breaths. This could be during yoga sessions, meditations, or as a part of routine exercise, but this should definitely be a part of your daily routine. Just check with your doctor to ensure you are not doing something that would not suit your medical condition.
  3. Keep your life simple: All of us feel rushed all the time, but review your to-do list to see and remove unimportant items. You would be surprised at how easier life can be.
  4. Sleep tight: A good night’s sleep can make you feel a lot more relaxed and energetic.
  5. Become positive: Change your perspective towards a more positive side and see life change.

Both depression and hypertension can be drastically managed (even eliminated) by doing these simple steps. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a General Physician.

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Bad smell come from the penis area. On testicle .I take care of it wash properly n all den also fishy smell come from it what to do how to treat it n avoid d fishy smell please gve some suggestion or treatment available.

MBBS, Fellowship In Diabetology
General Physician, Bangalore
Bad smell come from the penis area. On testicle .I take care of it wash properly n all den also fishy smell come from...
Hello thanks for your query. There is nothing like fishy smell. Kindly wear cotton underwears so that it observes your sweat in that area. Proper hygiene. If itching then infection probably. Need to be treated.
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Common Sexual Problems In Men & Women!

MBBS, Fellowship In Diabetology
General Physician, Bangalore
Common Sexual Problems In Men & Women!

While intercourse is perceived as an act of pleasure and joy, for many people, due to various reasons (physical and psychological) it may not be the case. There are multiple sexual problems in males and females, some of which are extremely common. However, given the private nature of the topic, not many come up for a frank discussion with the doctor. The problem goes unsolved, leading to a lot of stress in the relationships and even broken relationships at times. Read on to know 3 most common sexual problems in males and females.

Males:

  1. Impotence: Inability to attain and/or maintain an erection is extremely common. Performance anxiety, stressful relationships, and hormone imbalance are the most common causes for this.
  2. Ejaculation disorders: When the male is not able to hold the erection long enough, it is termed as premature ejaculation. When there is an ejaculation of sperms back into the bladder, it is retrograde ejaculation. Slow release of sperms is referred to as inhibited ejaculation. There is no defined time period for these conditions, and it depends on the couple.
  3. Low libido: A reduced desire for and in sexual activity, this can be due to physical or psychological factors. Hormonal imbalance, anxiety, depression, high blood pressure, and relationship issues are some causes attributable to this condition.

Treatment: Though medications and hormones can definitely come to the rescue, the first and most effective mode would be counselling. Psychological reasons should be addressed for relieving the problem through counselling and sex education. Hormone replacements, vacuum devices, and penile implants can also be used to manage these. The partner should be involved too to achieve a healthy sexual life.

Women: The sexual problems seen in women are slightly different than in males.

  1. Low libido: This is far more common in women than in men. This is related to multiple factors like hormonal (menopausal), stressful relationships, painful sex, pelvic pain and infections.
  2. Anorgasmia: This is an inability to achieve orgasm and is more common in females than in men. This also feeds into lower libido.
  3. Dyspareunia: This can be due to pelvic area infections, urinary tract infections and vaginal dryness. This again leads to decreased libido.

Treatment: This again involves a combination of medications, hormonal therapy, and counselling. If there are infections or inflammation in the pelvic tract, they need to be treated. Vaginal dryness can be managed with lubricants. Hormone replacement can be done where required. However, like in males, involving the partner and having a frank discussion is the most effective way to resolve this issue. Women are still quite conservative and may not be very forthcoming to talk about this. However, this remains the most effective method to improve the quality of sex life. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a general physician.

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Hi, he is suffering from ED and PD, small penile size and having a more skin in sex organ due to masturbation. He left masturbation for last two months. Kindly help him out.

MBBS, Fellowship In Diabetology
General Physician, Bangalore
Hi, he is suffering from ED and PD, small penile size and having a more skin in sex organ due to masturbation. He lef...
Hello thanks for your Query. I think there shouldn't be nightfall if you do masturbation. Do it 2-3 times a month. Also please take adequate nutrition as more exercise needs more nutrition. Dry fruits, 1 milk cup a day, exercise. if still persist then medical treatment. Best solution get married.
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Hi. I have masturbations habit in past 10. I want clear details of which type of side effects it cause. Thank you.

MBBS, Fellowship In Diabetology
General Physician, Bangalore
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I have masturbations habit in past 10. I want clear details of which type of side effects it cause.
Thank you.
Hello thanks for your Query. I think there shouldn't be any side effects if you do masturbation. Do it 2-3 times a month. Also please take adequate nutrition as more exercise needs more nutrition. Dry fruits, 1 milk cup a day, exercise.
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My husband is having bp 180/150. After giving the medication of bronchospasm it came to 150/100. Doctor gave the cetanil tablet. .after using this it came to 130/100. Tell me how this is correct.

MBBS, Fellowship In Diabetology
General Physician, Bangalore
My husband is having bp 180/150. After giving the medication of bronchospasm it came to 150/100. Doctor gave the ceta...
Hello thanks for your Query. it is normal 130/100. So you may have to continue cetanil or other hypertensive drug.
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Suffering from chronic urticaria since one and half year .Taking antihistamine medicines but no cure. Please suggest me for some homeopathy medicine. Severe itching redness whole over body.

MBBS, Fellowship In Diabetology
General Physician, Bangalore
Suffering from chronic urticaria since one and half year .Taking antihistamine medicines but no cure. Please suggest ...
Hello thanks for your Query. Try Atarax 10 mg 0-0-1 for 10 days if you haven't tried ea n let us know. Then you can switch to homeopathy.
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I had itching in region of pubic hairs. So I applied dettol antiseptic liquid on that area and after one day I found that a thin wound like layer of skin shed off from that region. I removed that layer pulling from my hand. And cut down my pubic hairs. Also when I go to the doctor for itching (before knowing about that shed off layer of skin), she gave me some antifungal ointments and tablets. I am worried about the layer that sheds may be due to applying dettol and about removing my pubic hairs. What should I do to avoid spreading fungal or other infections?

MBBS, Fellowship In Diabetology
General Physician, Bangalore
Any infection on skin will cause upper layer of skin to die faster n new skin will throw out older one. So don't worry about that layer. Second thing hygiene is very important. since summer is on. please take bath 2 times a day n post bath dry that area n then wear cotton inner cloths. candid b cream would be better. try this if those doesn't work.
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