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Dr. Shareef

General Surgeon, 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. Shareef is a trusted General Surgeon in Frazer Town, Bangalore. He is currently practising at Santhosh Hospital in Frazer Town, Bangalore. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Shareef on Lybrate.com.

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Having pain a lot while standing and walking due to Anus skin coming out, no reason found and no blood issue. Just felt by touching that anus skin coming out and having pain. Help me. Is it serious or weather issue.

MS - General Surgery, MBBS
General Surgeon, Nagpur
Hello lybrate-user, It seems you might have a sentinel skin tag because of a fissure. I suggest you to get yourself examined from a surgeon. Till then please have warm water SITZ BATH 3-4 times a day. Keep anal area dry and hygienic. I hope this helps. Thanks.
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Sir, I have pores on my face .How to remove it. Please tell me the remedy or any face cream.

International Academy of Classical Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Pune
Sir, I have pores on my face .How to remove it. Please tell me the remedy or any face cream.
tak hepar sulp200 once day for 4 days sulp 12c lyco 12c phos 12c ant cud 12c all 3tims a day for 10 days sil 30 one dose day for 10 day saundary caream only nt inform me progres
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7 Tips To Deal With Chronic Urticaria

PG Dip Dermatology (London), Fellow Aesthetic Medicine (Germany) , D.M.C.H, MBBS
Dermatologist, Delhi
7 Tips To Deal With Chronic Urticaria

Are you looking for ways to deal with chronic urticaria? This is an uncomfortable skin health condition which is featured by red, itchy welts appearing on any part of your body. The cause of this condition is unknown to us most of the times. When the cause of chronic urticaria cannot be determined, the condition is called chronic idiopathic urticaria. There are several ways of dealing with this condition.

Here is a list of the top ways to deal with chronic urticaria:

  1. Try to Avoid Known Triggers: Avoiding known triggers is the best way of controlling chronic urticaria. You should consult an allergist for determining the triggers which might affect you. The most common triggers include foods such as eggs, shellfish, peanuts, and several food additives. Several pain medications, physical stimuli like temperature, exercise, pollen, and certain bacterial infections and viral infections are common triggers.

  2. Take Your Medicines Regularly: You should regularly take your medicines prescribed for dealing with chronic urticaria. Antihistamines are commonly used. The use of corticosteroids or epinephrine infections may also be required.

  3. Soothe Your Skin: Scratching is bad for your chronic urticaria and should be avoided to prevent the hives from being aggravated. Dry skin triggers scratching and so you should keep your skin well moisturised. Take frequent baths, and use moisturising creams and ointments.

  4. Wear Loose Clothes: Friction and pressure on your affected skin may worsen the hives. You should abstain from wearing tight belts, constricting clothes, and shoes which do not fit well. Choose soft fabric material clothes.

  5. Vitamin D Supplements: Adding vitamin D supplements may help in reducing the symptoms of chronic urticaria. You should consult your dermatologist before taking vitamin D supplements on your own.

  6. Alternative Therapies: Stress accounts for worsening this health condition. You should practice techniques which relax your mind and soul, such as meditation, yoga, and deep breathing. These are effective in stress relief. Some studies state that acupuncture may also be associated with decreasing the symptoms of chronic urticaria.

  7. Manage Your Symptoms: If you are suffering from chronic urticaria, all your efforts will be directed towards managing all the visible symptoms. However, you must also deal with the invisible symptoms such as depression and anxiety. Living with this condition is a challenging and painful task, which often results in depression, and emotional imbalance. Emotional stress, fatigue, and emotional distress are triggered by chronic urticaria.

It is important for you to consult a dermatologist if you experience any symptom of chronic urticaria. Early diagnosis and an early treatment will prevent the condition from worsening further.

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I have two small yet visible burn spots on my face, frankly speaking, on my cheek. What cream would prove to be affective? Is there home remedy? Or should I opt for laser treatment. I'm currently using Elika-M ointment, somebody in my family suggested it. Should I continue it or its worthless? Please suggest what to do. Thanks.

FICS, FCCP (USA), DNB (General Surgery), MS - General Surgery, MBBS
General Surgeon, Delhi
I have two small yet visible burn spots on my face, frankly speaking, on my cheek. What cream would prove to be affec...
The two small burn spots appear to be depigmented due to heat injury. You can try vaseline moisturiser. Laser treatment is another alternative in treating the patch.
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I'm a 23 years old male. I've dark spots under both my eyes. What should I do remove it?

MD - Dermatology , Venereology & Leprosy
Dermatologist, Visakhapatnam
I'm a 23 years old male. I've dark spots under both my eyes.
What should I do remove it?
Dark circles are due to lack of eye rest continuous use of laptop or moniters, genetical, improper sleep, increased vascularity around eye odd time duties take eye rest for a minimum of 8 hrs, use black googles to cover eyes when travelling in day time, take intermittent breaks who r working on laptops and monitors, avoid rubbing of eyes, don't apply any cosmetics to eye, use medication specially made for eyes.
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Skin Health Tip

Bachelor of Unani Medicine & Surgery (B.U.M.S), PGD(Sexual Medicine & Councelling)
Sexologist, Gurgaon
Skin Health Tip
Ripe banana face packs are good for oily skin.
Get a natural healthy hair mask from ripe bananas.
You can treat dark circles with them.
Can make skin look naturally young.
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What You Need To Know About The Prostate And Its Diseases?

MD - General Medicine
Sexologist, Delhi
What You Need To Know About The Prostate And Its Diseases?

What You Need To Know About The Prostate And Its Diseases?

I had heard of prostate diseases for years but never thought much about it till a friend developed prostate problems.

His situation was enough to get me curious about prostate diseases.

First I learned that the prostate is a doughnut-shaped cluster of glands at the bottom of the bladder between the rectum and the base of the penis. It produces most of the fluid in semen.

I then learned that there are three main diseases of the prostrate: cancer, prostatitis and prostrate enlargement.

First let's talk about the 'big one', cancer.

Prostate cancer is the second leading cause of death for men after lung cancer.

Men are more than twice as likely to get the disease as any other ethnic group in the world. No one knows why this is so.

Prostate cancer is primarily a disease of aging. About 80 percent of all cases occur in men over sixty-five.

However, the rate of prostate cancer is rapidly rising in all men, even those under fifty. Generally, the younger a man is when he is diagnosed with prostate cancer, the worse his prognosis. Its increase among younger men points to the role of diet and exposure to environmental toxins in the development of the disease.

Prostatitis (prostate inflammation) is common in men of all ages. The usual cause is infectious bacteria that invade the prostate from another area of the body.

These can be either acute or chronic infections. Acute infections come on suddenly and may include fever and chills, pain and burning on urination and ejaculation, frequent urge to urinate while passing only small amounts of urine and blood in the urine. Symptoms of chronic prostatitis are similar but usually milder than the acute infection.

Prostatitis usually responds well to home care and antibiotic treatment.

Prostate enlargement seems to be a natural process, often associated with aging, and not necessarily a disease, but the gradual enlargement of the prostate. In the USA it occurs in about half of all men over fifty.

The major symptom is the need to pass urine frequently, perhaps with pain or burning feelings.

As prostate enlargement is often not a serious problem (though it depends on the case), let's talk about the other two prostate diseases.

Prostate cancer is usually a slow growing cancer, often with no symptoms until its advanced stages. Symptoms include: pain or a burning sensation during urination, frequent urination, a decrease in the size and force of urine flow, an inability to urinate, blood in the urine, and lower back discomfort. However, these symptoms may be caused by benign enlargement or prostatitis. To get an accurate reading of the condition professional evaluation is of course recommended.

For treatment, testing is important. This may include a rectal exam (which can be rather painful) and/or a blood test. Ultrasound scanning is one of a number of other tests.

Unfortunately, prostate cancer can be difficult to diagnose in its early stages. Many cases are diagnosed only after the cancer has spread outside the gland.

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Sir mujhe 5 months se fungal infections h (daad) thies and also on sensitive parts to sir koi cream or tablet suggest kr do please !kya m sebifin cream LGA Sakta hu.

MD, MBBS
Dermatologist, Chennai
Sir mujhe 5 months se fungal infections h (daad) thies and also on sensitive parts to sir koi cream or tablet suggest...
Fungal infection. Also called jock itch, when occurs in groin. Usually fungal infection is common in moist areas of body like skin folds. It's mostly circular or round in appearance. May be red or black in colour. Treatment depending on the type and severity. Avoid sharing clothes, towels and soap; sweating also increases it. As it has to be differentiated from eczema, bacterial and viral infection, doctor need to see to confirm the diagnosis. So, meet me in my clinic or do direct online consultation by sending photos for detailed information and medicine for treatment.
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