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Dr. Madhisudhanal


General Physician, Bangalore

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I'm dedicated to providing optimal health care in a relaxed environment where I treat every patients as if they were my own family....more
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Dr. Madhisudhanal is an experienced General Physician in Hesaraghatta, Bangalore. He has helped numerous patients in his 10 years of experience as a General Physician. He is a qualified MBBS . You can meet Dr. Madhisudhanal personally at Health Care in Hesaraghatta, Bangalore. Book an appointment online with Dr. Madhisudhanal on

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My neck is paining. I guess I am having neck strain. What should I do? What medication should I take?

General Physician, Mumbai
For pain take tablet paracetamol 650 mg and Eat nutritious food and have adequate fluid intake and take physical rest
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Sir I m 35 male suffering from diabetes my fasting sugar 110 & posting 200 currently I m taking voglibose 0. 3 mg before lunch & glycomate 3/850 before dinner. Please suggest some medicine for normal sugar.

General Physician, Mumbai
Stop previous medicine and take tb diabetrol before lunch and dinner and do a fbs and pobs after a week.
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Sir or mam if we have unwanted fat in face this indicate a paralysis or bell palsy.

General Physician, Hyderabad
Sir or mam if we have unwanted fat in face this indicate a paralysis or bell palsy.
Facial fat in normal people is caused by 1) poor diet with unbalanced nutrition like eating fatty foods carbohydrates salt with less of vitamins 2) dehydration causes face to retain fat 3) alcohol will cause dehydration too. 4) low thyroid levels with weight gain is also responsible 5) genetics like having broad face in family with double chin. Facial paralysis is due to facial nerve damage mainly or from any head injury or head tumour causes symptoms of facial pain, headache difficulty talking, eating, drinking due to muscle twitching. Difficultly closing eye leading to tearing and eye damage, blowing air occur on side. Facial puffiness is not associated in most cases, checking for kidney functions is essential to rule out renal cause.
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Can you authentically assure that synthetic vitamins will be absorbed by our body? Scientifically proven?

General Physician, Gurgaon
Can you authentically assure that synthetic vitamins will be absorbed by our body? Scientifically proven?
This is very good question, actually synthetic vitamins is not easy to get absorb in my opinion so better to take natural supplement like nutrilite products and good diet.
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I am suffering from loose motion from 2-3 months but it increased more from a week. I am going toilet 7-8 timesva day how can I overcome with this problem. I tried norflox TZ also but I want a permanent solution of my problem.

General Physician, Trivandrum
You are most probably suffering from irritable bowel syndrome. In this condition the frequency and urge to go to toilet increases especially just after meals. Ibs can be caused due to many reasons out of which stress is one important cause. When your life and body are stressed, it can lead to ibs. You need to practice deep breathing and relaxation techniques. If your symptoms are not improved, you need to take prescription medication for a period of time. Please consult in private for prescription drugs.
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I had accident last month but may hand still not working good will you help me please.

Physiotherapist, Mumbai
Hi it can be due to muscle weakness or nerve injury. Start physiotherapy treatment or consult me via lybrate. Best wishes.
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Sir,mujhe maxillary sinusitis hai, aisa mujhe doctor ne bataya jb maine unse checkup krwaya to phir bhi mere sir(head) me dard(pain) hote hi rehta hai,medicine regular use kar rha hoon.

Pulmonologist, Faridabad
Get CT PNS and CBC,to confirm diagnosis of sinusitis. Take antibiotic and flutiflo ft nasal sprey. No relief consult ENT specialist
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I am suffering from psoriasis since 2 years it does not have cure yet how to treat it from root.

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I am suffering from psoriasis since 2 years it does not have cure yet how to treat it from root.
Psoriasis is mentioned under title kustha in ayurveda main treatment is panchkarma therapy. It's detoxification process by cleaning body. Mainly include vamana: medicated emesis virechan: medicated purgation rakta mokshana: blood letting after doing pnachkarma, internal medicine should start & remain continue. I need detail history of yours to decide root causes. 1 st treatment is too stop causative factors like sour salty spicy food virudhdh ahar milk too much eat hot & cold things simultaneously use ac too much go in sun light too much excessive heat food without oil or ghee stress etc are causative factors.
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15 super foods for kidney health

FIMSA, MD-Nephrology, DM - Nephrology, Critical Care Medicine, MBBS
Nephrologist, Delhi
15 super foods for kidney health

Most of us know that eating a balanced diet is important for good health. Now scientists have pinpointed certain foods as super foods. In addition to promoting overall health, these are foods for kidney health as well.
To understand why they're called super foods, we first have to understand oxidation and free radicals. Oxidation is a normal bodily process for producing energy and is part of many chemical changes in your body. However, it can sometimes lead to the production of molecules called free radicals. Free radicals are unstable molecules that bounce wildly around inside your body, damaging proteins, genes and cell membranes. Free radicals are believed to contribute to aging and many chronic diseases, including cancer, heart disease and Alzheimer's disease.
The good news is super foods contain antioxidants that help neutralize free radicals. Even in relatively low amounts, antioxidants can help slow or stop the rate of oxidation caused by free radicals. Examples of antioxidants include flavonoids, lycopene and vitamins C, E and beta-carotene.
Super foods for your kidneys
If you are on dialysis or have chronic kidney disease (CKD), you'll be glad to know that there are lots of super foods, containing antioxidants and other health-supporting properties, included in the kidney diet. People with kidney disease experience more inflammation and have a higher risk of cardiovascular disease than those without kidney problems. If you have kidney disease, it's important that you consult a renal dietitian and follow a kidney diet. Including super foods in your kidney diet eating plan can help you increase your intake of nutrients and antioxidants.
Here’s a list of the top 15 kidney-friendly super foods. These foods are good for everyone, not just people with kidney disease, so by using them in your family's meals, you'll be helping your loved ones enjoy good health too.
1. Red bell peppers
Red bell peppers are a good choice for those concerned about kidney health, because they're low in potassium. In addition, they add color and taste to any dish, while packing a generous portion of vitamins A, C, B6, folic acid and fiber. They also contain the antioxidant lycopene, which protects against certain types of cancer.
If you're following the kidney diet, it's easy to add red bell peppers to your food plan. Mix them into tuna or chicken salad or eat raw with dip. Roasted, they're great for topping sandwiches or green salads. Chop them up for use in egg dishes, such as omelets or scrambled eggs, add them to kabobs for grilling or stuff them with a ground beef or turkey mixture for a tasty baked entrée.
2. Cabbage
Crunchy cabbage is a cruciferous vegetable filled with phytochemicals, chemical compounds found in certain fruits and vegetables. Phytochemicals work to break apart free radicals. Many phytochemicals are believed to combat cancer and support cardiovascular health.
Inexpensive cabbage is a great addition to your eating plan, because it's also high in vitamins K and C, high in fiber and a good source of vitamin B6 and folic acid, yet it's low in potassium, so it's especially kidney-friendly.
If you're following the dialysis diet, add cabbage by turning it into coleslaw or use as a topping for fish tacos. Cabbage can be boiled, steamed or microwaved and then enjoyed with a touch of butter or cream cheese and a sprinkling of pepper or caraway seeds. Other nutritious meal options include cabbage rolls and stuffed cabbage.
3. Cauliflower
Another kidney-friendly super food is cauliflower. This cruciferous vegetable brings lots of vitamin C to your plate, along with folate and fiber. In addition it contains compounds that help your liver neutralize toxic substances.
Cauliflower can be eaten raw with dip or in salads. Steamed or boiled, it can be seasoned and turned into a great side dish. You can even mash cauliflower as a dialysis-friendly replacement for mashed potatoes.
4. Garlic
Garlic is good for reducing inflammation and lowering cholesterol. It also has antioxidant and anti-clotting properties. (Cooking garlic will not affect its antioxidant properties, but it will reduce its anti-clotting and anti-inflammatory effects.)
If you're following the dialysis diet, use garlic powder instead of garlic salt to add extra flavor to your meals without adding extra sodium. Garlic can be used in cooking many dishes: meat, vegetables or tomato sauce, for instance. Once you start cooking with garlic, you'll wonder how you ever got along without it.
5. Onion
Another popular food used for seasoning is the onion. Onion is full of flavonoids, particularly quercetin. Flavonoids are natural chemicals that prevent the deposit of fatty material in blood vessels and add pigmentation (color) to plants. Quercetin is a powerful antioxidant that is believed to help reduce heart disease and protect against many forms of cancer. It also has anti-inflammatory properties.
Low in potassium, onions are not only kidney-friendly; they also contain chromium, a mineral that assists your body with the metabolism of fats, proteins and carbohydrates.
Onions can be enjoyed raw or cooked in a variety dishes.
6. Apples
An apple a day really does help keep the doctor away! High in fiber and anti-inflammatory properties, apples help reduce cholesterol, prevent constipation, protect against heart disease and decrease your risk of cancer.
Renal-friendly apples can be eaten raw or cooked. Or get their health benefits by drinking apple juice or cider.
7. Cranberries
Cranberries are great for preventing urinary tract infections, because they make urine more acidic and help keep bacteria from attaching to the inside of the bladder. They've also been shown to protect against cancer and heart disease.
Although we think of cranberries as a holiday side dish, cranberry juice can be enjoyed daily for added nutrition. Or toss a handful of dried cranberries into your cereal or salad.
8. Blueberries
These tasty berries get their blue color from antioxidant compounds called anthocyanidins. Blueberries get high marks for nutrition, thanks to natural compounds that reduce inflammation and lots of vitamin C and fiber. They also contain manganese, which contributes to healthy bones.
Use blueberries to top off your morning cereal, whip them up in a fruit smoothie or enjoy them in a baked treat, such as muffins or crisp.
9. Raspberries
Raspberries contain a compound called ellagic acid, which helps neutralize free radicals. The berry's red color comes from antioxidants called anthocyanins. Raspberries are packed with fiber, vitamin C and manganese. They also have plenty of folate, a B vitamin. Raspberries have properties that help stop cancer cell growth and the formation of tumors.
Sprinkle fresh raspberries on cereal, or whip them up in a kidney-friendly fruit smoothie.
10. Strawberries
Strawberries are rich in two types of antioxidants, plus they contain lots of vitamin C, manganese and fiber. They have anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer properties and also help keep your heart healthy.
Like most berries, they're wonderful on cereal or in smoothies. Add whipped topping for a quick dessert, or puree them for a fresh addition to pound or angel food cake.
11. Cherries
Cherries are filled with antioxidants and phytochemicals that protect your heart. When eaten daily, they have been shown to reduce inflammation.
Fresh cherries make a delicious snack. Of course, cherry pie is a popular dessert, but there's also cherry crisp, cherry cheesecake and even cherry coffee cake. Cherry sauce makes a nice accompaniment to lamb or pork.
12. Red grapes
The color in red grapes comes from several flavonoids. These are good for your heart, because they prevent oxidation and reduce the chance of blood clots. One flavonoid in grapes, resveratrol, may boost production of nitric oxide, which increases muscle relaxation in blood vessels for better blood flow. Flavonoids also help protect you from cancer and prevent inflammation.
Choose those with red or purple skin grapes for the highest flavonoid content. Eat grapes as a snack. When frozen, they make a good thirst-quencher for those on a fluid-restricted diet. Add grapes to fruit or chicken salad. Or drink grape juice.
13. Egg whites
Did you know that egg whites are pure protein? They provide the highest quality protein there is, along with all of the essential amino acids. If you're on the kidney diet, it's good to note that egg whites have less phosphorus than other protein sources, such as egg yolks or meats.
Use egg whites for omelets or egg white sandwiches. You can also add them to smoothies or shakes. Hard boil eggs and use the whites to use in tuna or green salads.
14. Fish
Another high-quality source of protein is fish. Both the American Diabetes Association and the American Heart Association recommend that you include fish in your meal plan two or three times a week. Besides being a great source of protein, fish contains anti-inflammatory fats called omega-3s. These healthy fats help prevent diseases, such as cancer and heart disease. They also help lower LDL (the bad cholesterol) and raise HDL (the good cholesterol).
The types of fish that have the most omega-3s are salmon, albacore tuna, mackerel, herring and rainbow trout.
15. Olive oil
Research has shown that people in countries where olive oil is used instead of other types of oils tend to have lower rates of cancer and heart disease. This is believed to be due to olive oil's many good components: oleic acid, an anti-inflammatory fatty acid which protects against oxidation and polyphenols and antioxidant compounds that prevent inflammation and oxidation.
Use virgin or extra virgin olive oil – they're higher in antioxidants. Olive oil can be used in cooking or to make salad dressing, as a dip for bread and as a marinade for vegetables.
If you're concerned about the health of your own kidneys — or somebody else's — these 15 super foods for kidney health should be on your grocery-shopping list. Ask a renal dietitian for help including them in your kidney-friendly meal plan if you have chronic kidney disease. When buying fruits and vegetables, get the freshest ones you can find and be sure to include a variety, since some are rich in one nutrient and others are rich in another. If you can only find fruits that are not at their peak, the flavor may be lessened, but you'll still get good nutritional value from them for your kidney health.
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This query is regarding my father. As of now his age is 59 years and the problem which I am going to discuss occurred in mid 2015. Previous History: Gas in stomach, mucus formation, piles, cataract. Can not have high doses of medicines hence relies heavily on Homeopathy medicines History of events: April 2015: He underwent Cataract operation and was on medication. Was constantly in touch with doctors because he was not feeling comfortable (weakness, pain etc). Heavy doses of painkillers and antibiotics. May 2015: He was alone in home. Was suffering from fever. In the night when he was asleep at around 12" 0 clock he fell from the bed. He remembers hurting his "neck" and then he became unconscious for about 1-2 hours. When he got back to senses, he recollected himself but again fell unconscious. After some time when he woke up he managed to call others. In the morning he had multiple "vomiting" He felt very weak. But then some how things got controlled. After this event his health deteriorated drastically. Though he is 59 years in age, he seems to be of nearly 70 years. We have consulted various doctors across India but they could not infer anything. Existing Problems: Some time in 3-4 days he feels good and fresh in even standing His neck movement is restricted. He does not keep it down (like reading book) for long hours. His memory has also suffered. He gets tired too early (before this incident he used to work very hard) Medical tests carried out: CT Scan, Blood Tests, ECG etc. Only MRI was left out because he is 'phobiac' about it and will not get it done. As CT Scan reports also did not reflect anything we also did not insisted. Findings: Everything was normal. Doctors also have not said anything. But while doing ECG, the specialist had said "there is something unusual. It is very minute thing, but it is. Though overall it is completely normal" Current Medication: He was on antibiotics and other things till Oct 2015. But since it wasn't working and no one was able to diagnose, so he switched to Homeopathic medicines. The doctor is giving him medicines related to heart problems and he is better than before, but his health is declining. Sorry for the long post, but pls suggest me how to get diagnosed properly. Our focus is on Diagnosis first. Would humbly request your suggestions. Thanks.

DHMS (Hons.)
Homeopath, Patna
This query is regarding my father. As of now his age is 59 years and the problem which I am going to discuss occurred...
Hello, lybrate user, He suffered from gastric disorder which mounted up during over medication & fever due to irregular dietary routine when he was alone in the house causing unconsciousness. Tk, care of his dietary routine to avoid gastric disorder along with medication. He needs some medication on his head injury and vertebrae, too. Your feedback matters for further followup, please. Tk, care.
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