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Dr. Ravinder Mittal  - Dermatologist, Bathinda

Dr. Ravinder Mittal

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Dr. Ravinder Mittal is a renowned Dermatologist in Bathinda. He has over 13 years of experience as a Dermatologist. He has completed MD - Dermatology. He is currently practising at Mittal Skin & Laser Center in Nai Basti, Bathinda. Book an appointment online with Dr. Ravinder Mittal on Lybrate.com.

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MD - Dermatology - Baba Farid University of Health Sciences Directions - 2003
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5 Things You Can Do To Manage Shingles Pain!

MD - Dermatology
Dermatologist, Bathinda
5 Things You Can Do To Manage Shingles Pain!

Shingles is a sort of viral disease that makes a very painful rash on the entire body. This sort of rashes can occur on any part of the human body, but is mainly found on the torso. Shingles is a kind of varicella-zoster virus, the similar pattern of the virus that causes the deadly chicken pox. Once you have the chicken pox, the infectious virus leave leftovers in the dormant position of your body.

But during the later part of your life, if there are the stress or illness then it can again reactivate the virus, as well as you might be develop the shingles. In other words Shingles is a minor type of eruption of the germ of the chicken pox. It can occur any time after the first type of an infection.

Also an antiviral type of medications are the most often prescribed to care for this type of painful rash. These kind of medicines help out to abbreviate the length of the shingles as well as it can also reduce the symptoms. A number of natural treatments might be effectual in easing the pain as well as the discomfort of shingles.

There are 5 ways you can control these and these are discussed below:

  1. Cool bath is the best option: Cool type water can also assist to ease the throbbing, and the sore skin of shingles. You can soak in the water for more than a few minutes, and then you require drying of your skin completely.
  2. Wet compress is an another option: Cold, as well as the wet compresses work much the parallel way of a cool bath does. This type of compress helps to alleviate the pain as well as an irritation.
  3. Take a healing bath: Also the Colloidal oatmeal baths as well as the starch baths can help out to heal an aggravated as well as the painful skin. A lot of these are obtainable in the medicine store.
  4. Calming lotions: You can also use the soothing kind of the lotions, like calamine lotion, on the affected area.
  5. You can apply normal pain relievers: A number of the creams that contains the capsaicin might be helpful in dropping the pain which is caused by the shingles. Capsaicin is a sort of pepper extract, as well as it has been utilized for centuries as the natural type of pain reliever.

Natural treatments may be the best way to heal shingles?
Conventional type of shingles treatments, like antiviral medications, are the most effectual treatment. It is true that the natural type of remedies will assist you to make simpler the discomfort of the shingles, as well as it cures the process of healing. Shingles will eventually clear up in its own way in three weeks.

Benefits Of Mole Removal Through Laser!

MD - Dermatology
Dermatologist, Bathinda
Benefits Of Mole Removal Through Laser!

Depending on the way you look at it, a mole can be a beauty spot or a blemish. For most people, facial moles are undesired. Moles can be described as clusters of pigmented skin cells. They appear in the form of dark spots on the skin that vary in size, color and texture. Apart from the face, moles appear commonly on the arms and legs but can affect any part of the body. In most cases, moles are harmless but in some cases, they may turn precancerous and need to be removed. However, most moles are removed for only cosmetic reasons. Moles can be removed through home remedies, surgery or laser treatment.

Mole removal depends on the type, size and location of the mole. When treated with lasers, layers of the mole are removed one by one by evaporating the affected cells. This does not cause any sort of bleeding and does not disturb healthy tissues adjacent to the mole. It is also considered to be a largely pain-free procedure but you may feel a slight tingling sensation. After the laser procedure, a scab forms over the affected area which later falls off. You may also notice slight swelling and redness in the area for a few days after the procedure.


Laser treatment for mole removal has a number of advantages.

  1. As it is a non-invasive procedure, there are minimal chances of infection
  2. Multiple moles can be treated in a single session
  3. Laser beams can reach parts of the face, nose and ears that may be difficult to reach through other procedures.
  4. There are minimal disturbance and injury to the adjacent healthy tissues
  5. Healing is much faster than with other procedures
  6. There is a very low chance of scarring

However, one of the biggest disadvantages of laser therapy is that it can only be used to treat surface moles as the laser beam cannot penetrate deep into the skin. Also, laser treatment, if not recommended in cases where the mole may be considered precancerous as the laser beam will destroy the mole leaving nothing that can be used for a biopsy. Lasers are also seldom used to treat large moles or birthmarks. The cost of removing a mole with laser treatment depends on the size, location and number of moles. In some cases, more than one session may be required and this too could influence the cost of the procedure.

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Familial Chronic Pemphigus - Things You Need To Be Aware Of It!

MD - Dermatology
Dermatologist, Bathinda
Familial Chronic Pemphigus - Things You Need To Be Aware Of It!

Hailey-Hailey Disease is a rare dermatological condition that was first discovered and described by the Hailey brothers in the year 1939. The other name for the disease is benign familial chronic pemphigus. It is a hereditary skin disease. It can occur at any stage of life. However, it is more commonly seen in the middle-aged people. It can affect people of any race and ethnicity. It cannot be cured easily and persists the entire lifetime.

Quick facts about it!

  1. The skin cells become unstuck from each other, and they fall apart
  2. Painful eruptions form on the skin
  3. Crusty rough and symmetrical growth of rashes can be spotted
  4. The rashes are mostly seen on the skin folds
  5. The skin surface tends to macerate and crack
  6. Lesions keep forming continuously and disappearing without leaving scars
  7. Skin surface tends to gradually thicken
  8. The cracked skin surface is exceptionally painful
  9. Fingernails show a pale white band across them
  10. Symptoms are worse during the months of summer. The skin condition is aggravated by heat, sweat and friction.
  11. Bacterial infection may occur and worsen the skin condition by giving off an unpleasant odour.

Hailey - Hailey Disease 

  1. Prolonged courses of antibiotics can only help to relieve the symptoms but there is no complete cure.
  2. Topical ointments, lotions, creams and antibiotics can help to reduce the skin irritation to some extent.
  3. Antibacterial solutions can be applied on the affected areas.
  4. Corticosteroid can help to temporarily reduce inflammations and flare-ups.
  5. Bleach baths can be taken twice a week to reduce superficial infections.
  6. It is important to wear loose and comfortable clothing that does not cause too much friction to the skin.
  7. It is best to avoid heat, sweating and sunburn as much as possible to prevent flare-ups and further inflammation.
  8. Maintaining hygiene is of utmost importance.

Role Of Glutathione In Skin Whitening!

MD - Dermatology
Dermatologist, Bathinda
Role Of Glutathione In Skin Whitening!

Almost everyone wants their skin to look healthy, rejuvenated and fairer. From home remedies to medical and cosmetic assistance, people try everything under the sun to improve their skin tone. Any discussion about skin whitening is incomplete without the mention of glutathione. Often referred to as the "Mother of all antioxidants", glutathione, a tripeptide comprising of the three amino acids- glycine, cysteine, and glutamine, also comes with detoxifying and anti-aging properties, and are extensively being used in the cosmetic industry.

Glutathione as a skin whitening agent
The pigment responsible for one's skin color is Melanin. The enzyme Tyrosinase plays a pivotal role in the synthesis of this pigment. In case of a darker complexion or an uneven skin, there is also an elevated production of Eumelanin (a pigment responsible for imparting the dark brown color). Glutathione goes a long way to inhibit the activity of the Tyrosinase enzyme which, in turn, slows down the production of melanin. Further, the antioxidant is also responsible for an increased conversion of Eumelanin to Pheomelanin (responsible for imparting the yellow-red color), thereby lightening the skin tone significantly.

Glutathione, being a naturally occurring antioxidant also functions as a free radical scavenger protecting the skin from oxidative damage and the deleterious effects of the free radicals such as accelerated skin aging, wrinkles, saggy and tired looking skin, to name a few. There are specialized clinics and cosmetic centers that use glutathione as an active ingredient in a host of skin treatments including chemical peels. In most of the cases, glutathione is used in an injectable form (Glutathione Injections) to ensure its better absorption in the body They are also available in topical forms.

Some of the side effects of glutathione
The use of glutathione should be under expert guidance. People with asthma should specifically refrain from using Glutathione (be it in oral or injectable form). Elevated use of glutathione for long can also lower the level of zinc in the body and may trigger kidney, thyroid dysfunctions and peptic ulcers.


Factors that influence the glutathione level in the body
The level of Glutathione in our bodies can be affected by several factors some of which include

 

  • Unhealthy dietary habits (processed foods, pasteurized dairy products, artificial sweeteners, hams, hot dogs, smoked and Barbecued foods, chlorinated water) and lifestyle practices (increased intake of alcohol or tobacco ).
  • Stress, lack of sleep.
  • Increased exposure to industrial pollutants, UV-radiation.
  • The level of glutathione also decreases with age.

Thus, to boost the glutathione level in the body, enrich the diet with foods such as broccoli, cauliflower, garlic, spinach, Brussels sprouts, cardamom, cinnamon, turmeric, parsley.

  • Avoid overcooking the vegetables.
  • Use a non-stick cookware on low or medium heat.
  • Make sure you follow a regular sleep cycle and avoid being overstressed.

It should be restricted in patients having altered Liver functions.

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Sweet's Syndrome - Common Risk Factors Associated With It!

MD - Dermatology
Dermatologist, Bathinda
Sweet's Syndrome - Common Risk Factors Associated With It!

Sweet's syndrome is when you suffer from fever as well as painful skin lesions. These skin lesions usually appear on your head, arms and neck. The cause of Sweet's syndrome is still not known. However, it is known that certain medications, illnesses and infections are a possible trigger for Sweet's syndrome. Sweet's syndrome is such a condition that the symptoms usually go away in a few days but it may come back later on. To know exactly what causes Sweet's syndrome and what the symptoms of it are, read on.

Causes and Risk Factors:
As mentioned earlier, the exact cause of Sweet's syndrome is not known. However, there are certain factors which put you more at risk of getting it than others. Here they are: 

  1. Gender: It has been proven that women are much more likely to get Sweet's syndrome than men.
  2. Age: The young and the elderly are at a risk of getting Sweet's syndrome. However, if you are in between 30 and 60 years of age you are especially at risk.
  3. Illnesses: If you have an upper respiratory infection or inflammatory bowel disease then you are more likely to get Sweet's syndrome compared to others. Flu-like symptoms also put you more at a risk of getting Sweet's syndrome compared to others.
  4. Pregnancy: It has been seen that pregnancy increases your risk of getting Sweet's syndrome.
  5. Drugs: As mentioned earlier, certain antibiotics, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs as well as azathioprine are all linked to Sweet's syndrome.

Symptoms-

  1. Small Red Bumps: As mentioned earlier, the main symptom of Sweet's syndrome is that you will develop small red bumps on your neck, arms or head. The size of the bumps tend to increase quickly and then they spread into painful clusters.
  2. Fever: A fever is also very symptomatic of Sweet's syndrome. The small red bumps usually appear abruptly after you get a fever.
  3. Upper Respiratory Infection: The small red bumps also appear abruptly after you have got an upper respiratory Infection.

It should be noted that Sweet's syndrome is often associated with cancer and has commonly been linked to leukemia. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a dermatologist.

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Boils - Understanding The Risks!

MD - Dermatology
Dermatologist, Bathinda
Boils - Understanding The Risks!

Boils are a bacterial infection that inflames the hair follicles. They are usually painful and filled with pus. Boils appear as red lumps and quickly fill with pus as days go by. They eventually rupture and drain. A cluster of boils at the same place or in patches is known as a carbuncle. In case a single boil makes an appearance in any part of the body, it should not rupture as it can quickly spread the infection in other parts of the body as well.

Symptoms:

Boils mainly occur in areas such as armpits, thighs, face, neck and buttocks. Their appearance mainly occurs in places covered with hair and tends to sweat a lot. Some of the common symptoms include red bump the size of a pea, reddish appearance of the skin near the bump, increase in size of the structure and eventually rupturing.

When to consult a doctor?

A doctor must be visited when there is more than one boil in a particular area. Some other areas of concern include:

  1. If the size of a boil is more than 5 centimetres.

  2. If the boil causes fever.

  3. If the boil doesn’t heal in more than a couple of weeks.

  4. If the boils increase in size and become extremely painful.

  5. If the boil appears on the face.

Risk Factors of Boils:

Boils are caused by a bacterium known as Staphylococcus aureus. They get entry to the skin where it is broken. Some of the common risk factors of this infection include diabetes, long-term infection, weakened immune system and other skin infection such as eczema, and acne.

Diagnosis:

A doctor is likely to diagnose boils just by having a look at it. In the case of any confusion, he might send the sample to a pathology lab for the purpose of testing. It is most likely to happen when the boil isn’t responding to any treatment. In case the boil becomes resistant to standard treatment, a doctor might take a different course of action.

Treatment:

Boils can be treated at home itself with a warm compressor. It not only relieves pain but helps in natural damage. If the boil doesn’t go away, a dermatologist must be consulted. On consultation, the dermatologist can make an incision in the infected area in order to drain the pus. For deep infections, the pus is drained with the help of sterile gauze. In case the boil is severe in nature, a doctor prescribes antibiotics to heal the infected area. For prevention, it should be ensured that the hand is washed frequently and especially so before a meal. The wound should be covered at all times and personal belongings should not be shared. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Allergic Eczema - Treatment Options Available For It!

MD - Dermatology
Dermatologist, Bathinda
Allergic Eczema - Treatment Options Available For It!

Eczema is something which can really blight the quality of the life of a person. Sometimes, even the most mundane of things can cause our skin to have a reaction, resulting in allergic eczema. However, while it is annoying and painful, there are ways to go about treating it.

It is quite important, though, to understand what exactly eczema is. Simply put, it is a condition which occurs when the skin of the person suffering from it is inflamed.

Among the various groups of people who suffer from eczema, a lot of them are actually babies. However, they thankfully are able to grow out of the issue by the time they become adults. While it is true that eczema can strike any part of a person’s body, among the places it strikes most often are the face, the neck and behind the sweat spots of the body i.e. the area behind the knees and around the ankles.

What causes allergic eczema?
Eczema is a lot of the time, a condition which is genetic. That being said, there are certain things which can go a long way into making it worse, which include stress and dry climates as well as external materials which irritate the skin touching it, like soaps which are just too strong.



What are the Treatment Options?

When it comes to things, which have the potential to make the situation a lot better, there is a group of medicines which are part of the antihistamine group which can work wonders. An interesting thing when it comes to the treatment of allergic eczema is the fact that a lot of the treatment for the issue involves a management of the inflammation that occurs along with an attempt to take better control and manage the immune system of the person who has eczema.

Depending on the severity of eczema a person has, a possible course of treatment involves making use of corticosteroids, which are strictly a prescription based way to go about treating eczema. Keeping this in mind, it is of the highest importance to make sure that whenever the steroids are being taken by mouth, there is a full adherence to what the doctor has recommended or directed.

As a last ditch resort, if the condition is really bad, there is a possibility of going for Ultra Violet Therapy in order to make it better. However, if one is looking for ways to reduce the intensity of their eczema sans higher doses of medication, stress management in something that can work well. In addition to this, a humidifier can do a lot to improve the situation. 

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions. 

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