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Mida's Touch

  4.6  (691 ratings)

General Surgeon Clinic

H.No. 257, First Floor, Sector-37/A Chandigarh
1 Doctor · ₹500 · 26 Reviews
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Mida's Touch   4.6  (691 ratings) General Surgeon Clinic H.No. 257, First Floor, Sector-37/A Chandigarh
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Our medical care facility offers treatments from the best doctors in the field of General & Laparoscopic Surgeon.We will always attempt to answer your questions thoroughly, so that you ne......more
Our medical care facility offers treatments from the best doctors in the field of General & Laparoscopic Surgeon.We will always attempt to answer your questions thoroughly, so that you never have to worry needlessly, and we will explain complicated things clearly and simply.
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Mida's Touch is known for housing experienced General Surgeons. Dr. Aastha Midha Likhyani, a well-reputed General Surgeon, practices in Chandigarh. Visit this medical health centre for General Surgeons recommended by 66 patients.

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H.No. 257, First Floor, Sector-37/A
Sector-37 Chandigarh, Punjab - 160036
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Dr. Aastha Midha Likhyani

MBBS, M S General Surgery ,
General Surgeon
91%  (691 ratings)
13 Years experience
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My sister undergoing severe pain with piles issue .she has recently undergone breast cancer surgery. Now she has to go for chemotherapy. But her piles issue is killing her strength. Please help.

MBBS, M S General Surgery ,
General Surgeon, Chandigarh
My sister undergoing severe pain with piles issue .she has recently undergone breast cancer surgery. Now she has to g...
Hi this is not piles. This is called as acute fissure in Ano I would say avoid constipation. Take lots of green leafy vegetables. And sit in warm water three times a day. Contact me again after fifteen days.
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Why fissures in ano or anal ulcers is best known to recur again and again? Even why after surgery still it is coming?

MBBS, M S General Surgery ,
General Surgeon, Chandigarh
Why fissures in ano or anal ulcers is best known to recur again and again? Even why after surgery still it is coming?
Hi fissure in Ano require very good diet intake. If you take lots of fluids and green leafy vegetables, and boiled vegetables. You will be much better. Avoid constipation and sit in warm water three times a day. Do it for fifteen days and contact me again after fifteen days.
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Gallbladder Removal Surgery - Tips To Help You Recover!

MBBS, M S General Surgery ,
General Surgeon, Chandigarh
Gallbladder Removal Surgery - Tips To Help You Recover!

A laparoscopic cholecystectomy may sound like a very complex medical procedure. Well, that should not come as a surprise because that is pretty much what it is. In any case, however, would it not be more than a little interesting to get to know more about this complex sounding procedure?

The cholecystectomy is required when there is a need to remove the gallbladder. When it comes to the surgery itself, there are two options from which a person can choose, in consultation with the doctor. There is the traditional sort and there is the laparoscopic cholecystectomy. The traditional way of performing the surgery requires that there is a cut made along the right side of the person’s body, from which the surgeon removes the gallbladder.

When a person goes for a laparoscopic cholecystectomy, there is no need for a long cut of the body or anything of that sort! In its stead, there are a few very small incisions which are made of the abdomen of the patient and even a video camera is inserted through one of these incisions!

The use that is served by the camera is that it provides the surgeon with the view required inside the abdomen to perform the surgery without having to cut open much of the abdomen. Using the tools at his or her disposal, the surgeon can perform the same operation. Now, does that sound seem to be a lot better?

One of the great advantages about the laparoscopic cholecystectomy as compared to an open cholecystectomy is the fact that the recovery time is so much shorter! While the open surgery takes about an hour or two for the procedure itself and generally two to three whole days after it to recover, a laparoscopic cholecystectomy means that the patient can generally go home the same day, after spending about just ten hours at the hospital! That being said, in some cases, the doctors recommend that a night is spent at the hospital so that everything is stable.

Taking this into consideration, the time it takes for a person to get back to normal and do anything and everything that he or she wants is a lot less when the surgery was of the laparoscopic variety. Care needs to be taken though, but within a week to ten days, everything should be just fine.

Pain in the gallbladder, unfortunately, affects some people, but laparoscopic is the way to go! If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a General Surgeon.

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Pancreatectomy - When To Go For It?

MBBS, M S General Surgery ,
General Surgeon, Chandigarh
Pancreatectomy - When To Go For It?

Pancreas are a small, but a pretty important part of a person’s digestive system. So when it needs to be removed, the reason has got to be quite serious, to say the least, doesn’t it? The procedure is known formally as a pancreatectomy and it is most often required for people who are suffering from cancer of the pancreas. Ideally, these people would only need the cancerous tumours removed, but things are not always this simple. As a matter of fact, only a little more than a tenth of the people who have pancreatic cancer can have the tumour alone removed. As a result, most need to go for a pancreatectomy, which involves removing the entire pancreas. Whether the pancreas can be kept is usually related to how soon the cancer was detected, with people who have done so in time being a majority of the 10% of people with pancreatic cancer who have not needed pancreatectomies.

If a person does not have cancer, the reason he or she may need a pancreatectomy due to an accident which has injured the area significantly badly. In this case, a procedure which is known as a partial pancreatectomy is carried out on the patient. The good news is that the success rate of this sort of operation is generally quite high and the long-term effects on the body are nil. This is the case in spite of a lot of the normal tissue of the pancreas being removed, pretty amazing, isn’t it?

While it may be called a pancreatectomy, it does not always mean that the pancreas is the only thing that is removed. In fact, in a lot of pancreatectomies, the surgeons also remove other parts of the digestive system which are usually the common bile duct, the spleen and the gallbladder.

There is, of course, the case of chronic pancreatitis, which occurs when the organ just swells up repeatedly. The repeated swelling leads to permanent damage of it, which affects the rest of the body, too. In most cases, the cause of this happens to be a sustained addiction to alcohol. When this is the case, it is really hard to perform a pancreatectomy and the utility of the pancreas is greatly reduced. Not a good situation to be in, under any circumstances, at all!

A pancreatectomy is a process which nobody would voluntarily wish to undergo, but there are advantages to knowing what it is, in any case! If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a General Surgeon.

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I had inguinal hernia repair before one year, I fell groin and pain in surgical area, if mesh get displaced how many times it could replaced.

MBBS, M S General Surgery ,
General Surgeon, Chandigarh
Hi no problem sometimes you have pain after surgery but that does not mean that your mesh is displaced.
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Liver Transplant Surgery - Know The Procedure And Aftercare!

MBBS, M S General Surgery ,
General Surgeon, Chandigarh
Liver Transplant Surgery - Know The Procedure And Aftercare!

A liver transplant surgery involves surgically substituting a problematic liver with a healthy liver from a different person. Usually, the healthy liver is taken from a person who has recently passed away. In some cases, a living person may also give away part of the liver. Usually, living donors are members of the family or someone who has a good blood type match. The liver regenerates lost tissues after a surgery; hence, the donor’s liver becomes normal within a few weeks of surgery.

You may require a liver transplant if your liver does not function optimally, owing to the below mentioned conditions:

  1. Cirrhosis: This is a chronic disease of the liver wherein, scar tissues replace healthy tissues in the liver, thus, not allowing the liver to function optimally.
  2. Metabolic disease: Disorders that modify the activity of the chemicals in the body
  3. Acute hepatic necrosis: This is a disorder that causes the healthy tissues in the liver to die
  4. Autoimmune disorders or liver cancer: Autoimmune disorders can cause healthy tissues in the liver to die as the immune system in the body starts attacking healthy tissues. Formation of malignant tumors in the liver can impair liver functioning.

Procedure
You have to undergo certain procedures before the surgery is conducted; a general health exam, imaging tests, blood tests and a psychological exam are conducted before the surgery. Based on the functioning of the liver and some other factors, your suitability for the transplant will be determined.
The procedure begins with general anesthesia, following which an incision is made in the abdomen. The liver is then removed and replaced with a healthy one. Once the procedure is completed, the surgeon closes the incision with stitches.

Aftercare
Once the procedure is done with, you are kept in the intensive care unit for a few days. The doctor will monitor your progress and put you on medications. After the recovery, you will have to undergo check-ups at regular intervals. You may also have to take medications such as immuno suppressant to prevent your immune system from attacking the liver. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a doctor and ask a free question.

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Often I get bleeding in my anus while passing motion previously I was diagnosed piles but not operated little muscle so Dr. gave me a syrup reduces bleeding and pain but now again facing same problem severe bleeding.

MBBS, M S General Surgery ,
General Surgeon, Chandigarh
Often I get bleeding in my anus while passing motion previously I was diagnosed piles but not operated little muscle ...
Hi this is anal fissure you need of have plenty of fluids and lots of green leafy vegetables apply lox cream 2percent three times a day for fifteen days sit in warm water three times a day for fifteen days consult me later.
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Colostomy And Ileostomy - What's The Difference Between Them?

MBBS, M S General Surgery ,
General Surgeon, Chandigarh
Colostomy And Ileostomy - What's The Difference Between Them?

Terms like ileostomy and colostomy really sound a bit too scientific, don’t they? Well, it is true that may seem to be pretty scary to almost anybody who is not professionally familiar with them! That being said, it is quite important to know what these things are, as it is always good to be informed of things like these. After all, one never knows when he or she may need to consider the possibility of having one.

The similarity which exists between these two procedures is due to the fact that both of them require the surgeon to cut an opening into the intestine from the skin of the abdominal wall. To be more specific about each of the procedures, the ileostomy involves the removal of the entire colon as well as the rectum of the person who is undergoing it. When this operation is performed, the small intestine’s end is adapted so as to expel the faeces which are produced as a result of the digestive process.

Now, this does seem like quite a daunting prospect, does it not? Well, it does and with good reason as it is really not a small matter, at all. That is why the surgery is performed on people who suffer from diseases such as Crohn's disease, who have a condition in which entire sections of their gut cannot be linked in a proper manner!

On the other hand, a colostomy refers to a follow-up surgery to a colectomy, in which the surgeon creates an opening which is known as a stoma. A colectomy is when there is a removal of a part of the large intestine. In many cases of colostomies being performed, they are intended to be temporary in nature.

Now, taking into account just how serious these operations are, a person may wonder just what unfortunate thing needs to happen to warrant a surgery of this sort to be performed! Well, essentially, if there is an occurrence of bowel cancer which is significantly bad, then there may be a need which arises as a result of the same.

Advanced medicines do have some interesting facts; contrary to what most people think, a stoma does not hurt. This is because there are no nerves in the area! While a person may hopefully never need either surgery performed on oneself, that surely does not mean that awareness about them should not be widespread. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a general surgeon.

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I hv recently developed piles. The anus luks bad, swollen and itchy. I had antibiotics for 15 days and applied pileroute but no relief. Is it curable .Are suitable medicines available ?I hv stopped eating spices. Started taking flaxseed and isabgol. Eill anus luk normal and the swelling go away permanently. Please help. Marriage due in a month.

MBBS, M S General Surgery ,
General Surgeon, Chandigarh
I hv recently developed piles. The anus luks bad, swollen and itchy. I had antibiotics for 15 days and applied pilero...
Hi take lots of green leafy vegetables and drink plenty of fluids apply lox cream 2percent three times a day for fifteen days and sit in warm water three times a day for about fifteen days don't worry about it.
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