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My father in law is 80 years old, had trouble breathing has been diagnosed with severe hypokinesia involving anteroseptal and apical LV and also he has significant bilateral pleural effusion and also shows symptoms related to bronchitis. How and which treatment can be given to him. Also note that he has bp and also takes ecosprin.
My age is 50 years. Recently, I underwent microscopic examination of right breast with fine needle aspiration. It suggested Benign proliferative breast disease with few atypical cells and advised excision biopsy. Please suggest me diagnosis.
I'm a male of 22 years old and I have very silky hair but the colour if my hair is unusually blonde and I wanted to turn them black. Do you have any suggestion for me? Can I colour my hair through the products which are available in the market, if so, what problems do I have to face in future? Will it impact my hair growth or I have to face any eye problems. Will be helpful if you reply and thank you very much. Awaiting your reply.
I am having hypo thyroid since 1 year. Due to which my hair is becoming thinner day by day. I am taking medicine of 87. 50 mg.Please tell me.
I am suffering from dry cough for last 2 week and I have chest pain whenever I cough hard? Can you suggest some medicines.
Some days I suffered from fever and lose motion and take medicine but there is no positive result what I can do? Can I admitted in hospital or not.
I am having pain and burning sensation in my shaft and head of penis since a week. The pain in sometimes very severe and sometimes it disappears.
When I sit on Indian toilets for more than 3-4 minutes. After that I am unable to stand on my own. I have to get up with support. Actually my left leg will not allow me to walk for 5 min.
My husband is 31 year old and having cough related problem from last 5 years. When cough exceeds it difficult in breathing and talking.
There is a pain in my joints due to chikungunya. Now after a month I had a pain in finger, joints etc. Even I can't lift my laptop properly from the bag. Due to laptop's weight. I can't lift any type of weight. What should I do to remove this pain? Please suggest?
Hi im soumyajit sarkar age 23. I have a backpain badly over 1 month I use the pain relief bum bt it did not work so pls help and suggest me a good medicine.
Hi, I'm 30 years old. My concern is I am not getting night fall or wet dreams till now. However, I have stopped masturbation and its been a two weeks now. Whereas, earlier I was masturbating thrice a week. So three things I wanted to know 1) since I am doing masturbation I was not getting night fall? 2) night fall is good or bad? 3) masturbation is healthy since I was doing thrice in a week. Please help.
Whenever I have spicy type of food I had a Strange sensation like stomach burning and My stomach gets upset. What should i do?
I have a problem of piles with no blood .i feel burning at the time of stool. I have a prblm for 7 years .when I sit in a table for long time then muscle pain and back pain occur. The pain is little .pls suggest me. I am taking now a homoeopathy treatment .little bit I am feeling well.
I am suffering from headache from last week with intervals please suggest the medicine for the my condition Thanking you sir.
At some point of time, an infant will separate from the mother or father for a while. The infant may scream, cry and/or show resistance to getting separated. This is an absolutely normal response by the infant as he/she is taken away from his/her caregiver. Children experience this separation anxiety at different ages, mostly between 8 months to 2 and a half years of age. Though separation anxiety is a part of the child's development, it is distressing for the parents to see their child upset. At times, parents feel more upset than the children. Children can sense parent's disturbance may feel more anxious. Hence, knowing what is causing the child's anxiety, would help in reducing the baby's disturbance as well the parents.
Separation anxiety can be short-lived or last for a very long time if not addressed appropriately. If parents give in to their child's anxiety, children learn that crying or screaming is a way of stopping the parent from leaving.
The child will learn to feel protected comforted that the parents always return home when they leave. The child also learns to be independent cope in a healthy manner.
Here are several ways that can help relieve your child's separation anxiety:
1. Keep the timing in mind
Avoid sending your child to daycare centres or leaving the child with a new person that child isn't completely familiar with. Plan going out when the child's needs are met, especially during the child's nap time or post meal time.
2. Step by step
When you have to introduce some new person or a new place that the child has to get used to in your absence, take it slow. Invite the person at home interact with him/her in front of the child. Involve the child gradually in the play. Then you can go down to do your household shopping leaving the child alone with the person. If the child is starting with school or daycare centre, take the child for a visit spend time by playing with him/her. Child will get familiar with the place the people there when you would not be around.
Develop a ritual that you always use when you say goodbye. For instance" see ya later, alligator, or a short song or some action. Remind your child you are going to come back. However, stay calm as your calmness would be reassuring for your child. If you appear guilty or sad or anxious, your child is likely to feel even more tense about parting from you, since you seem unsure about whether you're doing the right thing to leave her.
4. Don't sneak away
Make sure you say goodbye to your child, rather than sneak away. It is important that your child sees you leave and also sees you come back.
5. Keep your promise
If you have told your child that you would be back before lunch time, make sure you make it. Your child will feel certain in the future, that when you leave, you will eventually come back.
You can let your child take a toy, or any other comforting object along with him/her to school to feel safe in the new environment.
Always make sure you leave your child with a sitter or caretaker you trust. If it makes you feel better, have the sitter or caretaker call you when the child has calmed down. This will give you some idea of how long your child's separation anxiety last.
The caretaker can distract the child with an interesting toy or play a game or sing a song when you are about to leave the child alone. The caretaker should avoid talking about the child's parents. If the child asks about her mother, the caretaker can answer, and soon distract the child.
Remember, separation anxiety is a way for your child to learn to be independent and that this is a normal process of growing up.