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Treatment of Child and Adolescent Problems
Thyroid Problems Treatment
Thyroid Disorder Treatment
Paediatric Critical Care
Treatment of Childhood Infections
Child Nutrition Management
Growth And Development Including General Paediatri
Management of New Born Care
Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (Pgd)
Congenital Ear Problem Treatment
Treatment of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome In Adolesce
Treatment of Thyroid Disease in Children
Cleft Lip Treatment
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My baby has cold & cough before 15 days treated with antibiotics, antihistamine till he having cough what shall I do?
I am 7 th pregnant and my baby weight is 977 grams is it sufficient to baby or should I improve the baby weight.
Sir, my daughter is 2.9 years old. When she was 2 month she is having convulsions so I contact to doctor in Delhi she start medicine to stop convulsion. So convulsions stop but when fever come seizures occur. What can I do? Doctor advice me to give cloba mt at night and valparin twice a day.
I am a son. He s nine month old. Severe cold & cough from yesterday. I gave Azithral100 mg syp levolin syp bt still no use. Cold & cough increased again. What can I do? Me too having cold. I am feeding him too. My throat paining more. I take benadryl bt my pain increased compared to yesterday. Pls answer me. Doctor. Thanks in advance.
Sir, my daughter is 4 years old and weight is 13 kg, has sever cough, running nose from 1 week, in night at time the of sleeping her nostrils is slightly blocked, being of this she is feeling ear pain and has fever also from yesterday.
2 month old baby is doing potty 4 times a day and also passing little watery stool whole day in small amounts and also has stool infection as we done with stool t est and it shows mucous and 3-4 pus cell and she is taking mother milk.
World Diabetes Day is celebrated on 14 November, each year. It is the primary global awareness campaign for diabetes as it is one of the major problem of today's time. With an upsurge in the number of people suffering from diabetes, the sole aim of celebrating this day is to create awareness about this disease and suggest preventive measures to those who have not acquired it and provide tips to manage it to those who are living with it.
So, here are 15 health tips that will help you manage your diabetes effectively:
- You should quit smoking as it is very bad for diabetic patients. Smoking leads to narrowing of the blood vessels, which reduces proper blood circulation.
- You have to track your exercise patterns. Take actual notes about your exercise habits and make necessary changes based on the record.
- Eliminate fast food from your diet. Avoid eating out at restaurants and avoid taking extra salt, sugar and calories. You should cook your meals at home with light ingredients and less salt and sugar.
- Diabetes severely affects your vision and blindness is and blindness is a serious problem which may occur. Hence, get your vision checked regularly to prevent retinopathy.
- Avoid having quick coffees. Fancy cups of coffee are full of sugar, which lead to glucose and insulin fluctuation in your body.
- You must stay active and fit. This is the most important lifestyle choice for any diabetic patient. By exercising, you will maintain a good shape, your metabolism gets boosted and the insulin production increases as well.
- You should use a pedometer to calculate how much you are moving each day while exercising.
- Try to consume fruits and vegetables. By trying new vegetables and fruits, you will be able to keep your blood sugar under check and see how your body reacts.
- You must increase your amount of fibre intake. Fibre is important for diabetic patients, which keeps the digestive processes to run smoothly. Your cholesterol level decreases and blood sugar levels may reduce if you take enough fibre.
- You should chew gum as it keeps your mouth busy. It makes you crave for less food.
- You should eat on smaller plates. This is a psychological trick which makes you consume less amount of food and your sugar and calorie levels are maintained.
- Before taking any food item or eating out, gather information about them. Learn about diabetes friendly food options at restaurants and check which products you should avoid buying from the market.
- You should get your blood sugar levels checked regularly. You should check it several times a day to learn how your body responds to food.
- Circulation problems may cause issues with your feet, which may lead to a lack of sensation, cuts and scrapes. Check your feet regularly to notice changes.
- Instead of having 2,3 large meals a day, you should take several small meals throughout the day. This will keep your body’s digestive processes active thereby increasing insulin sensitivity.
Imagine your self in a play where you are blindfolded and you are asked to move to a particular target somewhere in the room, to make the game interesting 5 of you r friends are there to guide you and 5 to misguide you in reaching the target. You are not aware who is guiding you rightly and who is not. All are speaking together some saying move left some saying no move in the right direction.
Can you think about the feeling you would be having at that time you would probably say confusion and uncertainty in moving to a particular place. Now relate this with the life of a teenager whose still developing brain is lacking the effective decision making skills. So he is just like a blind folded person. Who is hearing various voices of his peer group, other voices of parents, than social media is saying something else.
Some say this is right for you others say another thing. This leads a chaos in his mind, he is not able to understand whom to hear and whom not to. And thats why confrontations often occur with them and parentsand society at large. Therefore we need awareness about their cognitive development and empathy in dealing with them. It is important to understand that adolescent brain is still accquring various cognitive process and therefore our perception in dealing with their problems should be according to their cognitive competencies.
I delivered a baby boy thru C-section ,he is just 40 days old. He cries a lot .he cries all the time he is awake. I even went to doctor but couldn't find the reason. Doctor gave colic drops shall I give it daily. And about my milk I didn't understand because sometimes it's leaking if he doesn't drink for 3 hrs. If he is awake he always cries for milk and doesn't leave me. I suspect milk is not sufficient sometimes. Can I give him some times other milk like cow or buffalo which one is good ,can he digest it. Or should I give him any milk powder please suggest.
If you have conjunctivitis, you can help limit its spread to other people by following these steps: Wash your hands often with soap and warm water. Wash them especially well before and after cleaning, or applying eye drops or ointment to, your infected eye. Avoid touching or rubbing your eyes.