Doctors in Sri Raghava Childrens and General Hospital
Treatment Of Erectile Dysfunction
Treatment Of Male Sexual Problems
Treatment of Lactation problems
Treatment of H.I.V
Management of Restless Child Disorder
Treatment of Child and Adolescent Problems
Bedwetting Treatment & Management
Treatment of Polio
Thyroid Problems Treatment
Hydrocele Treatment (Surgical)
Treatment of Cerebral Palsy
Treatment of Neurofibromatosis
Thyroid Disorder Treatment
Urinary Incontinence (Ui) Treatment
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I'm 25 years breast feeding lady. I had frequent UTI before my pregnancy and used Norflox and citralka to treat it. Now I got mild UTI and is it OK to follow the same medicine?
Hi, I have 1.5 Year old baby girl and paediatric suggested ostonova-P syrup to give her for calcium vitamin etc. Please suggest is it OK to give to child?
Hi, I am 21 years old, I want to know how to increase creatine level naturally, or I want to know creatine rich foods I am going to gym my creatine level is 0.8.
Hi, I was advised to tale roliflo OD 4, by my doctor as they were suspecting bph, as I was complaining of frequent urination especially twice at night, after taking this medicine now I am feeling reverse, and observing that there is less urine output and I have to make an effort to urinate, just want to know that is this normal and I hope this less urination will not cause any other complication.
Burning sensation during urination and feel that after completion again required to urinate though flow is ok.
I have prostate enlargement. I am taking dutasteride and alfusacin since one and half years. Recently size is 30 mm. What should I do?
Hi, Bar bar toilet ka pressure aa rha hain par toilet nhi aa rha aisa lg rha he ki aane wala he aane wala he pr nhi aa rha. Please give suggestion.
Childhood obesity is a serious condition plaguing many adolescents and children these days. Obesity brings along with it a plethora of health scares such as high cholesterol, high blood pressure and diabetes, all of which at a point of time were confined only to adults. Obesity in children also results in depression and self-esteem issues. Too much of calorie consumption accompanied by a sedentary lifestyle and other hormonal or genetic factors contribute to obesity in children.
Overcoming Childhood Obesity-
Healthy Eating: Consider opting for vegetables and fruits over high-calorie and fatty foods such as crackers, cookies or other processed foods. Cut out on the intake of sweetened beverages that makes your child too full to grab other healthy foods. Encourage sitting together for a family meal and initiating interaction rather than turning on the TV or other electronic gadgets. Allow your child to decide his/her proportion of food and never over feed. This habit should be inculcated in the child since the formative years.
Engaging in Physical Activity: Make sure and talk your child into not spending more than two hours sitting glued to the TV set or the computer on a daily basis. Rather, egg him/her on to go out in the open and enjoy the day underneath the sun. Try and start building in your child the habits of exercising and staying active right from the beginning. This will go a long way in deciding your child’s health and overall fitness in the future. Remember! Morning shows the day. And it’s up to you to structure out your child’s ‘morning’.
Quick Tips For Parents-
Play time or physical activities in ways that your child enjoys, such as going for a walk or hike, playing at the park, playing sports, dancing or going for a bike ride (and join them!)
Healthy home-packed lunches
Drinking more water and eating whole vegetables
Eating when you are truly hungry, not when you’re bored, mad, stressed, etc.
Eating together as a family
Decreased meal sizes
Focus on health rather than taste
Too much screen time
Eating while watching TV or other screens
Negative food cues and triggers by removing them
Skipping meals if you are hungry
Eating if you are not hungry
Eating by the clock (you should eat when you’re truly hungry)
- Too much sugary drinks (sodas and fruit drinks)