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Dr. Iqbal Jani

ENT Specialist, Bangalore

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Dr. Iqbal Jani is a trusted ENT Specialist in Frazer Town, Bangalore. He is currently practising at City Clinic and Infertility Center in Frazer Town, Bangalore. Book an appointment online with Dr. Iqbal Jani on Lybrate.com.

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#41, Mosque Complex, 1st Floor, Madhavraya Mudaliar Road, Frazer Town. Landmark: Near East Railway StationBangalore Get Directions
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Hi good day. I am feeling that my throat is heavy. Slight pain in swollen. Bit uneasy and very dry throat. Pain in throat and minute white cough is coming out. Please suggest. I have been advice T montril for a week. Dose is abut to complete. But not fully cure.

MBBS
General Physician, Fatehabad
Hi good day. I am feeling that my throat is heavy. Slight pain in swollen. Bit uneasy and very dry throat. Pain in th...
Hi lybrate-user, the doctor has prescribed you the right medicine. Please take the medicine as suggested by him. Here I shall suggest you some ways of treating sore throat through some home remedies. But please take the medicines prescribed by the doctor. Both medicines and home remedies take together will provide you fast relief. 1. Warm Salt Water - Gargling warm water mixed with salt can do wonders for your sore throat — it can help reduce inflammation and relieve the pain. Gargle frequently for the most effective results, at least once an hour. All you have to do is drop one tablespoon of salt into a cup of warm (not burning hot!) water, then gargle before spitting it back into the sink. Don’t swallow the salt water, though; that will dehydrate you more which wouldn’t be much help. 2. Hydration - Keep yourself hydrated — drink more water than you would normally drink on a day-to-day basis; drink water like it’s your job, until your urine is clear or a very light yellow. Drinking fluids will help flush out the virus, and will take some of the dryness and scratchiness out of your throat by helping boost mucus production. Drinking lots of water will also help clear out a stuffy nose by producing more mucus. 3. ‘Mindful’ Tea With Honey - That being said — drink lots of tea, too. Have a friend make you a hot cup of herbal tea (decaffeinated is best) mixed with a spoonful of balmy honey, which can coat the throat and soothe its swelling. Honey helps anything go down more easily. Add some fresh mint leaves to your tea to give it that extra kick, and in no time you’ll find yourself wanting that tea therapy every few hours. 4. Chicken Soup And ‘Soft Foods’ - Just because it’s hard to swallow doesn’t mean you should starve yourself. Actually, your body really needs food especially when you’re sick, so pay close attention to eating small things every few hours. Warm, soft foods that are easily swallowed will make it easier for you to stay nourished while you have a scratchy throat. Some soft foods that will help nourish your body include rice, bananas, and apple sauce. 5. Quit The Smoking - This often goes without saying, but if you’re sick and have a sore throat, keep that pack of cigarettes hidden away at least for a few days. Tobacco, weed, coffee, and alcohol will make you feel worse, and that small buzz lasting for a few minutes or hours isn’t worth the worsening effect later on. 6. Throat Lozenges - In between your salt water gargling, hot cups of tea, chicken soup breaks, and naps, suck on some throat lozenges to relieve the pain in your throat temporarily. They are cheap and come in various different flavors, and soon you'll find yourself handling your sore throat quite well. Hope this helps. Good Luck.
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Hello sir, I am suffering from sinus problem like cold. From last year. And from that asthma I am getting. Can you suggest me from this problem.

MB, BS. M.D
General Physician, Hyderabad
Try water therapy ie.take water 1 Liter on empty stomach daily for 1-2 months Avoid allergies that causes cold like taking cold drinks, icecreem any smell Do Pranayama exercises regularly
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I have symptoms of something stuck in throat and heart burn and difficulty in breathing and pain in throat when engulfing sometimes it is difficult not always to engulf the food then what I can do it is normal or not?

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
I have symptoms of something stuck in throat and heart burn and difficulty in breathing and pain in throat when engul...
It is abnormal and get an upper giscopy done to rule out any pathology and take tablet rantac twice a day.
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Cotton Buds - Why You Must Not Use Them?

MBBS
General Physician,
Cotton Buds - Why You Must Not Use Them?

Cotton swabs or cotton buds, are commonly used in our daily lifestyle. Many people use it for various purposes, such as make-up, bacterial culture, and most commonly for extracting wax and debris from the ear. Even though they are sometimes handy in our busy schedule, they usually cause much more harm than benefits.

How are they misused?
Cotton buds are toothpick like pieces made of wood, plastic, or rolled paper, which have cotton stuck at both ends with a roundish edge. It came into existence during the 1920s for a safe purpose of ear cleaning by Leo Gerstenzang, when he saw his wife cleaning their baby’s ear with a toothpick. And, til now they are used by the general population for ear cleaning, but these hardly remove the outer debris which isstuck stuck near the outer edges. Impressing it inside the ear canal only does further damage, by forcing the inner wax further inside. Sometimes extensive force also causes damage to the ear drums.

How does it cause the damage?
Applying a tool like the cotton bud inside the ear with hands usually creates a force that impresses upon the eardrum, also accumulating the surrounding earwax to that area, resulting in impaction of the wax. The force applied most often, if not always, causes a damage to the ear drums, which might cause severe pain, also leading to leakage, causing improper balance, deafness, and certain similar abnormalities.

Alternative measuresAlthough we are worried about cleaning our ears, it doesn’t really require our notice, since our usual showers allow an adequate quantity of water to enter the ears and clean the accumulated debris automatically. The structure, in which our ear canal is designed, is usually naturally assisting in cleaning up the unusual wax around the ear.

If there is an uncontrollable build up of earwax that is not cleaned off normally, you can always consult an ENT or any general physician and get it cleaned under medical surveillance, which is best advised Doctors and medical practitioners all around the world have been trying to spread the message of preventing the use of cotton buds for ear cleaning. It is important that the message reach the greater part of the population. Spread it to your family, your closest friends, their friends, and as further, you can reach!

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I am suffering from fever, very intense pain in two legs and irritation in throat from 3 days.

MBBS, MS (ENT & HEAD AND NECK SURGERY), FSIB, Diploma in Allergy and Asthma
ENT Specialist, Delhi
Your symptoms suggest that you might be having viral pharyngitis with fever, start tab cefixime 200mg twice a day, tab montair fx once a day at bedtime, tab pcm 500mg thrice a day and syp mucolite 5ml twice a day and saline gargles and take plenty of fluids for 5 days, if symptoms worsen consult a nearby physician or ent specialist.
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I am 33 years old I hv nasal problem I could not able to smell and I hv breathing problem while sleeping.

BHMS, MD - Homeopathy
Homeopath, Navi Mumbai
I am 33 years old I hv nasal problem I could not able to smell and I hv breathing problem while sleeping.
Avoid exposure to dry,cold wind. Avoid cold drinks and food.Take everything warm. Gargles and steam inhalation will help u. There are so many great medicines in homoeopathy for ur problem, consult online for it.
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I have frequent headache, sleeplessness, occasional pain in the neck, throat pain and muscle ache. What's wrong with me?

Diploma in Hospital Administration, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
I have frequent headache, sleeplessness, occasional pain in the neck, throat pain and muscle ache. What's wrong with me?
Headache can be due to multiple reasons. High blood pressure/ problems of near or distant vision. Not using spectacles/ change required in glasses power. Nose/ ear / throat infection/ sinus infection/tooth infection. For treatment of specific cause of disease, consult your doctor. However rest/ steam inhalation/ applying balm on fore head/ tea /coffee may help. Throat pain can be due to upper respiratory infection. There can be fever/ cough/ headache/ nasal discharge. Warm saline gargles, steam inhalation/ drinking hot fluids like water/tea/coffee/soup may give relief. Keeping lozenges in mouth may give soothing feeling. For specific medication consult your doctor 9. Sleep hygiene is term used for availing sound sleep. Bed should be cushioned, no wrinkles on bed sheet. Loose night suit, no light or sound of ticking clock/ noise from mobile in the room, small soft pillow. No tea /coffee/ excessive water/ overeating, before going to bed. Sleep has two phases, rem (rapid eye movement) sleep and nrem (non rapid eye movement) sleep. These phases keep alternating at some interval. Rem sleep is sound sleep and dreams are experienced in this phase. Going to sleep while sitting in bus /chair (cat nap) occur in rem sleep. If you experience one rem sleep/cat nap, you will have satisfaction of adequate sleep. If you hit the bed during nrem sleep phase then you will keep tossing in bed till rem sleep phase come. Don't carry your office tension to bed room.
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