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Dr. Narasimhulu B

General Physician, Chennai

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Dr. Narasimhulu B is a trusted General Physician in Ambikapuram, Chennai. She is currently associated with Namanallar Clinic in Ambikapuram, Chennai. Book an appointment online with Dr. Narasimhulu B on Lybrate.com.

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I have red eyes I feel so headache during read book and also in light from still 3 days. Please tell me what should I do in this situation? My father is feeling so trouble for gastric problem, Kindly tell me what should my father will do?

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
I have red eyes I feel so headache during read book and also in light from still 3 days. Please tell me what should I...
For headache take tablet paracetamol and check your eye sight for refractive error and for your father- Avoid spicy food in his diet and Also avoid peanuts and potatoes in his diet
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I get less sleep. What should I do? my age is 17 years. Please give me some answer. I will waiting for your answer.

Certified Diabetes Educator, Registered Dietitian (RD), PGDD, Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery (B.U.M.S), General Physician
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
I get less sleep. What should I do? my age is 17 years. Please give me some answer. I will waiting for your answer.
are you taking any medications or therapies for sleep problems? a sleep disorder can affect your overall health, safety and quality of life. With accurate diagnosis, I can treat most sleep disorders effectively. I am a doctor and registered dietitian who will prescribe a customized diet plan and medications to help in sleep disorders. Do reply back for private consultation for a detailed treatment plan including dietary therapy.
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What's meant by kegel away? To perform well in sex? Need an answer in how to do it properly.

MD - Dermatology, MBBS
Sexologist, Kolkata
What's meant by kegel away? To perform well in sex? Need an answer in how to do it properly.
There are muscles in our pelvis which controls our passage of stools and urine. Contraction of this muscles prevent leaking stools in case of diarrhea. These same muscles when tightened up by regular repeated exercise can give a better sexual feeling. You can tighten your pelvis muscles just like we do to prevent stools from leaking in diarrhea. YouTube videos are there to assist you. Once you get accustomed to it, try increasing the duration and number of such exercise.
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BSc Home Science, M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Bangalore
Have varieties of fruits & vegetables in your food. According to WHO - with diminishing nutrients in the soil we should eat 10 to 13 varieties in rainbow (6-7) colours every day in order to provide the body with 11 Minerals, 13 Vitamins & 187 Phytonutrients in the form of fruit salads & raw Vegetable salads.
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I am suffering from pcos but taking treatment means I am loosing my weight I lost 1.5 kg I didn't had follicle growth last month but this month I had 8×8 mm follicle from my left ovary on 18th day of my cycle and endometrium was 6 mm but now on 24th day of cycle there no dominant follicle found and endometrium thickness is 8 mm what would the reason how did it disappeared.

MBBS, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), (MRCOG)
Gynaecologist, Chennai
I am suffering from pcos but taking treatment means I am loosing my weight I lost 1.5 kg I didn't had follicle growth...
Women with PCOS have these characteristics: • High levels of male hormones, also called androgens • An irregular or no menstrual cycle • May or may not have many small cysts in their ovaries. Cysts are fluid filled sacs. PCOS is the most common hormonal reproductive problem in women of childbearing age. How many women have PCOS? An estimated 5 to 10% of women of childbearing age have PCOS. About PCOS Women with PCOS develop several cysts inside 1 or both ovaries. Generally, 15 to 20 follicles begin to mature for ovulation every month. Usually 1 follicle fully matures, and the rest die off. Women with PCOS however never have 1 follicle fully mature. As a result, 15 to 20 follicles stay inside the ovaries and become cysts. These cysts produce high levels of male hormones causing a number of unpleasant symptoms. What causes PCOS? No one exactly knows the cause of PCOS. Evidence suggests there is a genetic link to this disorder. Certain factors appear to play a role in this syndrome. They include: •Low FSH – FSH (Follicle Stimulating Hormone) is a hormone released by the pituitary gland in your brain. It helps the follicles inside your ovaries to mature enabling ovulation. •Excess male hormones – most women with PCOS have high levels of male hormone. This interferes with ovulation and contributes to PCOS •Insulin resistance – many PCOS are insulin resistant. Insulin resistance occurs when your body does not manage insulin properly. Insulin is important for proper ovarian function. Hence insulin resistance can contribute to PCOS. What are the symptoms of PCOS? • Infrequent menstrual periods, no menstrual periods and or irregular bleeding • Infertility or inability to get pregnant because of not ovulating • Increased growth of hair on the face, chest, stomach, back, thumb or toes • Acne, oily skin or dandruff • Weight gain or obesity, usually extra weight around the waist • Male pattern baldness or thinning hair • Skin tags, or tiny excess flaps of skin in the armpits or neck area. What are the complications of PCOS? • Infertility – because PCOS interferes with ovulation you can have long term fertility problems • Endometrial cancer – PCOS can cause the inner lining of your womb to become thicker, increasing your risk of developing endometrial cancer • Obesity related illness – because PCOS increases your chance of being overweight, it causes weight related health illness such as high blood pressure, diabetes and heart disease. Getting the symptoms under control at an earlier age may help to reduce this risk. What tests are used to diagnose PCOS? Diagnosis is based on a physical examination and a few clinical tests. Your Gynaecologist will provide a pelvic examination to look for swelling of your ovaries, check your hormone levels and possibly arrange an ultrasound in order to get a detailed picture of your ovaries and the endometrium (inner lining of your womb). What is the difference between PCO and PCOS? The term polycystic ovaries (PCO) describes the appearance of the ovaries seen on ultrasound, but do not have symptoms or hormone findings as described previously. Approximately 20% of women in the general population have ovaries with this appearance. What is not known from the current evidence is whether these women will develop a full blown PCOS in the future. How is Polycystic ovarian syndrome treated? Because there is no cure for PCOS, it needs to be managed to prevent problems. Treatments are based on the symptoms each patient is having and whether she wants to conceive or needs contraception. Common PCOS treatment options include: Weight loss - weight loss will help to regulate insulin levels and help to restore ovulation and menstrual cycles. Birth control pills - pills that contain oestrogen and progesterone will help to regulate the menstrual cycles and decrease the appearance of hair growth and acne. The menstrual cycle will become abnormal again when the pill is stopped. Women may also think of taking a progesterone only pill. This will help to prevent endometrial problems, but not help to reduce acne and hair problems. Diabetes medication - the diabetes medication, metformin, affects the way insulin is processed in the body. It also helps to decrease the testosterone level (male hormone level). This may help to restore ovulation and lessen hair growth. Fertility medications - fertility medication, injections of Gonadotropins (hormone injections) may help to stimulate ovulation and increase your chances of getting pregnant. Medicine for increased hair growth and extra male hormones - if a woman is not trying to get pregnant, medical treatments such as Cyproterone acetate, Spironolactone, Finasteride etc have been shown to reduce male hormone effects on hair growth. All treatments must be continued for 8 to18 months before a response is expected. This is due to the slow rate of hair growth. Other non-medical treatments such as electrolysis or laser hair removal are effective at getting rid of hair. Surgery - ovarian drilling is often an effective procedure that helps to stimulate ovulation. During surgery small holes are made in the ovary which helps to reduce the testosterone level (male hormone level) and an increase in ovulation. Does PCOS change at menopause? Researchers are looking at how male hormone levels change as women with PCOS grow older. They think that as women reach menopause, ovarian function changes and menstrual cycle may become more normal. But, even with falling male hormone levels, excessive hair growth continues, and male pattern baldness or thinning hair gets worse after menopause.
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I am 52 years old and am getting chest pains when I exercise. Should I be concerned?

DM Cardiology
Cardiologist, Delhi
Dear ,chest pain occurring on exercise, could be due to heart. You should get a tmt test to rule it out.
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I have asthma problem & PCOD problem. My age is 20 .& Now I am suffering from TMD. Can I use flexon Mr. tablets I have another question for you? Can overuse of headphones is one of the problems of TMD?

BHMS
Homeopath, Secunderabad
I have asthma problem & PCOD problem. My age is 20 .& Now I am suffering from TMD. Can I use flexon Mr. tablets
I hav...
Try to avoid medications without a valid prescription (it would be better if your doctor checks you and then prescribes some short term medicines ). It is also high time to take charge of your lifestyle. Adapt a healthy lifestyle which can assist (support) your body to recover faster and naturally. You can add Homeopathy which is safe and gentle. A detailed consultation is required so that constitutional remedy can be given (all the complaints - asthma, pcod,TMD are addressed ). You can also learn Yoga from an expert to bring overall harmony and natural healing. Please read more from the internet about these topics and healthy lifestyle changes (healthy and natural food, proper hydration, daily exercise, proper sleep and certain execises can be very helpful ). Avoid headphones abuse (do not put loud music as it can hamper the hearing in the long term ). Constant use (using them continuously for more that 30 mins) can affect the ear drum and invite infections.
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I am a 23 aged .after 4 years of my married life we do not have childrens. We consult a doctor ,it is found that anti mullarin hormone is high .so scanning conducted and Dr. said there is cyst and I need a laparoscopy. So kindly tell me about my condition in detail. Ang give me necessary advices.

BHMS
Homeopath,
I am a 23 aged .after 4 years of my married life we do not have childrens. We consult a doctor ,it is found that anti...
Mullarian cyst is curable by homoeopathic medicine. U didn't mention where the cyst is situated. Before you go for surgery I will suggest you to go for homoeopathic treatment atlst for 6 month. Then decide what you gonna do. Soo you can contact me through Lybrate with all your reports soo that I can understand the whole situation.
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I am a 25 year old males, I have been suffering from severe hyperhidrosis since childhood. Is there any medicines available to reduce this sweaty condition in India.

MBBS
General Physician, Cuttack
excessive sweating 1. Anxiety, nervousness 2 obesity, diabetes, thyroid problem, tuberculosis, gout, head injury 3. Alcoholism or due to effect of some anti hypertensive and psychiatric drugs 4. Investigate yourself to rule out these diseases 5. Avoid anxiety, nervousness, tea/coffee, alcohol, spicy food, chocolate etc 6. Try some anti antiperspirant lotion or roll on.
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