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Dr. Sathyabushan

Pulmonologist, Bangalore

Dr. Sathyabushan Pulmonologist, Bangalore
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Dr. Sathyabushan is one of the best Pulmonologists in Rajaji Nagar, Bangalore. You can meet Dr. Sathyabushan personally at Pathocon Diagnostics in Rajaji Nagar, Bangalore. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Sathyabushan on Lybrate.com.

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I am suffering from cough and I am getting too much stomach pain when I get too much cough please solve my problem.

MBBS
General Physician, Cuttack
I am suffering from cough and I am getting too much stomach pain when I get too much cough please solve my problem.
1. Do warm saline gurgling 3-4 times daily 2. Take viscodyne d syrup 2tsf thrice daily if it is a dry cough or viscodyne syrup if cough is associated with sputum 3. You may have to take antibiotic along with it after consulting doctor, if no relief4. Avoid smoking if you smoke.
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Hi Doctor, i am having Synos problem from past 3 year, and due to which i am getting repeatedly throat pain, and some time some gel kind of thing from my upper throat.. Kindly give me your valuable consultation.

D.O.R.L, MBBS
Ear-Nose-Throat (ENT) Specialist,
You might be having sinusitis which could be associated with deviated nasal septum or other soft tissue growth in nose.consult ent specialist for further testing and treatment plan.
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I am vishal kumar 23 year old I want to ask a question that from last 2 year my throat is feeling shrink type m feeling sometime uneasy due shrinkness and cough is also regularly coming it is very thick as compare to general cough.

Diploma in Tuberculosis and Chest Diseases (DTCD), MBBS
Pulmonologist, Delhi
I am vishal kumar 23 year old I want to ask a question that from last 2 year my throat is feeling shrink type m feeli...
Feeling of shrinking can be because of chronic irritation due to unhealthy food or unhealthy air or something u r allergic to or sometimes a feeling of suffocation can be there in asthmatics.
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I am suffering from fungal sinus from past 18 years and had surgery before 3 years and I am continue on medication from that time, and because of these medicines getting other side effects. Would like to know is there may better solution for this to avoid antibiotics.

SLE, Fellowship In Diabetology, Diploma In Psychology Mental Health And Illness, PLAB (MANCHESTOR, UK), FAGE, MBBS
General Physician, Bangalore
Thanks for your query. Antibiotic become necessary only when infection flares up. When you have infection there is no other substitute for an antibiotic. Please provide details about what symptomes you are having at present and I can advise accordingly. Please feel free to ask a private question.
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I am suffering from cough from past few weeks what should be the control diet to control and some precautions about food items.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician,
If you have cough for a week , you have infection and need antibiotics and foods cannot control the cough .Avoid spices and sour,cold foods anyway
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My husband is an asthma patient. He has consulted so many doctors but no such result found. And now in winter season his condition is more serious than previous. He has to take inhaler so many times in a day. So, please help me to consult a good doctor. We will be very thankful to you.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician,
My husband is an asthma patient. He has consulted so many doctors but no such result found. And now in winter season ...
Asthma has become a common ailment these days because of rampant air pollution and stressful lifestyle. The quality of the air we breathe, the change in climate and dust allergy can easily bring in an asthmatic flare up in some people. Asthma attack causes breathing difficulty. This happens as your bronchial tubes get inflamed and contract, thereby narrowing down the air passages. You feel your chest tightening up and experience shortness of breath with a wheezing sound. What triggers asthma flare ups? There a number of potential triggers for mild to severe asthmatic attacks. By identifying and avoiding these triggering factors you can bring down the frequency of your asthmatic flare ups notably. Look out for the following factors that may set off asthma: 1.Cold and flu: Cold and flu infection spreads through coughing and sneezing from an infected person. A cold takes 2-4 days while flu takes 3-4 weeks to recover. These infections can potentially trigger the asthma attack by causing inflammation of the air passages. 2.Weather change: The changing weather conditions, cold air, humid climate and thunderstorms often trigger asthma flare ups. Changes in temperature also aggravates asthma problem. Cold air is one of the most common reasons for asthma attacks in kids and adults alike. 3.Allergens: Dust Mites: Dust mites in your carpets, rugs, pillows and bedding may trigger asthma as well. It is very difficult to kill dust mites. Make sure you use vacuum cleaner to clear away dust from your beddings, carpets, pillows etc. And put them out in the sun often. Molds: If you have indoor plants then they may trigger asthma attack due to allergy flare ups. This happens as they tend to form molds that may trigger asthma. Pollens: Indoor plants and garden areas may be a good thriving ground for pollens. Pollens are very fine particles. Insects and gusts of air may transport these allergens to your body through breath. Pet/animal dander and cockroaches: Pets or animals with hair or fur like a dog, cat, bird or even mice may shed miniscule skin flecks that may cause irritation and trigger an asthmatic flare up. If you have cockroaches at home, then get pest control done. Their droppings may also trigger asthma flare up and you would have never guessed the real reason! 4.Work environment: If your office area is closed up and not well ventilated, has wood dust or smell of wood polish, wall paint fumes, chemicals etc. Then your asthma flare up can set off easily. 5.Cigarette smoke: If you smoke or you are in a smoking zone like in a restaurant or a party, then the smoke can prompt an asthma flare up. Even smoke from a bushfire may trigger it. 6. Air pollution: If you live, work or travel in an area where air pollution is high due to traffic or lack of greenery, then an asthma flare up can occur frequently. 7.Strong smells: Strong smells from flowers, mosquito repellents, incense sticks, varnish, paint, perfumed candles, deodorants or body perfumes can also trigger asthma. 8.Medication: Certain medicines can also trigger asthma attack like blood pressure or steroidal medicines etc. Always ask your doctor before taking medicines. 9.Stress and emotional highs: If you have not taken a vacation in a long time, you are working late nights or have to do heavy physical or mental work, then it results in extreme stress. It may trigger an asthmatic flare up. Emotional highs like anger or excitement can also trigger a flare up of asthma. 10.Exercise: Exercising, jogging, swimming or running can also trigger asthmatic attack due to physical exertion. This happens because when you run or work out, then breathing becomes faster. This lets a lot of cold air enter your lungs in comparison to normal breath that is made warm by your nose. 11.Hormonal imbalance: Anytime you are experiencing hormonal ups and downs, asthma flare up can get triggered. For women menstrual cycle, pregnancy or menopause can trigger asthma in some cases. This is not very common though. 11.Foods: Kapha aggravating foods can also trigger an asthmatic attack. Avoid rice, curd, high salt, sugar, lentils, strong tea, alcohol, pickles, sauces, processed foods to lower the risk of asthma flare up. Processed foods contain preservatives like sulphite foods that may trigger asthma. Find out the reasons that cause your asthma flare up. Keep yourself active despite asthma by avoiding these triggering factors.
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Cystic Fibrosis: All You Need to Know

MD PULMONARY, DTCD
Pulmonologist, Faridabad
Cystic Fibrosis: All You Need to Know

Cystic fibrosis is a genetic condition, which primarily affects the lungs and persistence of this condition might lead to severe breathing problems and loss of lung function. If you have inherited two copies of the defective gene from your parents, you are likely to suffer from this disease. Cystic Fibrosis causes a buildup of thick mucus in your lungs and affects other organs such as the kidneys, pancreas and the intestines in your body.

It isn't very uncommon as one out of fifty people in Asia is a carrier of this disease. The disease gets its name from the cysts formed in the pancreas of the sufferer. However, this disease can be detected by testing the quantity of salt present in your sweat. Prenatal testing for Fibrosis is another method to test if your newborn is likely to contract a lung infection.

Complications faced due to cystic fibrosis include:

  1. Serious sinus infections
  2. Serious damage in lungs due to inflammation and incessant infection
  3. Malnutrition
  4. Complication in breaking down protein
  5. Respiratory tract contamination

If you observe one or more of the following symptoms, you might be suffering from Cystic Fibrosis:

  1. Salty-tasting skin
  2. Bowel obstruction caused due to meconium ileus (obstruction of the bowels)
  3. Mucus amiss in your alveoli
  4. Persistent coughing with phlegm discharge
  5. Shortness of breath while engaging in a physical task
  6. Stunted or measly growth despite healthy lifestyle habits
  7. Infertility in males

If you're suffering from cystic fibrosis, there isn't any particular treatment which is recommended due to the varying degrees of it found in people. However, consultation with a medical practitioner and an individualised treatment plan can help you minimise the risks and lead a better life.

Some therapies you can opt for are:

  • Airway clearance: This therapy helps sift the thick layer of mucus around your organs. Some people have also chosen to use the inflatable vest which vibrates around your chest, thereby, thinning and loosening the layer of mucus.
  • Inhaled medicines: Another breakthrough in the field of respiratory medicine, this method requires the patient to sniff a liquid consisting of mist, which is inhaled with the aid of a nebuliser. This method is known to be beneficial for opening airways.
  • Pancreatic enzyme supplements: Along with multivitamins, these specially designed supplements are known to cater to your pancreas with the much-needed nutrients and they need to be consumed with every meal. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a pulmonologist.
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How to get rid of cold and cough? I am having severe cold and cough for more than month. I tried all the medicines. But still it is not getting cured.

BAMS
Ayurveda, Bangalore
How to get rid of cold and cough? I am having severe cold and cough for more than month. I tried all the medicines. B...
Hi, take tab. Septillin 2-0-2 after food and rhinorin lehya 1 tsf twice daily followed by milk for 3 months continuously. Avoid cold and refrigerated food. Do steam inhalation twice daily. Avoid sweets and oil fried food. Perform pranayama daily in the morning for 10-15 mins.
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I am 45 years male suffering from chronic caugh for last 12 years. While coughing irritation of throat occur, no chest pain. When cough started it last for 1 minute and my eyes becaming red. I have consulted ent, medicine specialist, chest specialist done many test like x ray, throat endoscopy, allery etc. Everything is normal. Please suggest.

Certified Diabetes Educator, Registered Dietitian (RD), PGDD, Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery (B.U.M.S), General Physician
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
Do prevent a sore throat infection, a sore throat (pharyngitis) is normally a symptom of a bacterial or viral infection, such as the common cold. In around a third of cases, no cause for the sore throat can be found. If you have a sore throat, you may also have: swollen tonsils (tonsillitis) fever enlarged and tender glands in your neck discomfort when swallowing I am a general physician who will prescribe you an appropriate treatment plan for your case, do reply back for private consultation.
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I am 23 year old male and suffering from cold and cough. Guide me the bested medicine.

Ph.D - Ayurveda, MD - Ayurveda, Diploma in Diet and Nutrition, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), Diploma Yoga
Ayurveda, Jaipur
Home remedy for dry cough: 5 basil leaves, 4 black pepper, 4 munakka, 5 gms liquorice (mulethi), 3 gms banafsha - boil these in 200 ml of water till it becomes 100 ml. Filter it. Add 2-3 patasha in it and drink lukewarm for 3-4 nights. Sleep well covered. Dry cough will be relieved. Also continue to chew mulethi. You can also have steam with vicks
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I have sinus problem 1 years ,i take siddha medication, but no any changes .pls, tell how to pure the sinus problem.

MBBS, cc USG
General Physician, Gurgaon
I am giving you brief idea about treatment of sinusitis follow advises given below 1. Drink of of water 2. Avoid allergen 3 Take proper home made diet. 4. Do Steam inhalation carefully by steam inhaler twice a day for 2-3 days common Medical treatment are following that can be started after complete medical evaluation
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Get faint instantly. Difficulty in breathing. Senselessness.body gets colder and strict. It happens any time, other time it is ok.

MD PULMONARY, DTCD
Pulmonologist, Faridabad
Any tonic/clonic convulsions, froathing from mouth, passage of urine, and loss of consciousness. If yes can be siezure. If no can be vasovagal or hysterical.
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I have problem of productive cough since 1 week. What should I do I have another problem of muscular pain in lower limb since 3 years which progresses from lower to higher side.

MD PULMONARY, DTCD
Pulmonologist, Faridabad
Try azee 500 1 tab before breakfast for 3 days. If no relief consult a resp. Phy. For muscular pain consult a neurologist.
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Sir I am suffering with dry cough from 4 weeks. I have pain in my chest. What should can be done now?

DHMS (Hons.)
Homeopath, Patna
Sir I am suffering with dry cough from 4 weeks. I have pain in my chest. What should can be done now?
Hello, * avoid, dust, smoke, fire, alcohol, junk food. * drink lukewarm water. * your diet b easily digestible. **homoeo-medicine** @ tuberculinum 200- 6 pills, once a wk= 4 wks only @ bryonia alb 30-6 pills, thrice a day/dly report wkly.
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I am 22 year old Male and have problem of cough (dry) and itchy eyes and running nose from last 2 weeks. What should I do?

MBBS, MBA (Healthcare)
General Physician, Delhi
take sinarest one tab at night for 3 days. take honitus 2 tsf 2 times a day for 3 days. do gargle, take steam. inform if not ok. do cbc, esr, x ray chest pa. consult physician.
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What is the difference between allergic rhino sinusitis and. Where can I get my allergic prick test done. Or nasal endoscopy and hrct of sinus done.

MBBS, MS (ENT & HEAD AND NECK SURGERY), FSIB, Diploma in Allergy and Asthma
ENT Specialist, Delhi
Allergic rhinitis and chronic rhinosinusitis are completely different conditions with different etiopathogenesis. Allergic skin prick tests and nasal endoscopy are available with ent specialists and allergists and respiratory specialists. Hrct of paranasal sinuses is normally not advised in these conditions, what is advised is ncct pns in cases of chronic rhinosinusitis.
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MD PULMONARY, DTCD
Pulmonologist, Faridabad
Inhalation is ideal way of drug delivery to lungs in ASTHMA AND COPD.Inhalation devices are DPI -dry powder inhalation and PMDI -pressure meter dose inhalation and nebulization. Nebulization is for emergency situations.The technique of both DPI AND PMDI defer.If the patient is not inhaling in right way,then response to treatment is not adequate.In a study it was found approximatly 80% persons using these devices are not using in proper way which leads to inadequte treatment response.
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I'm 18 years old, male. Since past 1 week im suffering from severe cough. Due to this my voice has changed I can not even talk properly. Suggest me some tips to overcome my dry cough.

MS - Counselling and Psychotherapy, MA - Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
Voice change can be harmonal too. No worries. Get rid of your cold and cough. Try some ayurvedic remedy which has no side affects. Kas-madhu" is one popular remedy, good for lungs and allergies. Try this, if still problem prevails visit ent.
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