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Dr. Prof. Rajendra Prasath A - Homeopath, Chennai

Dr. Prof. Rajendra Prasath A

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BHMS, MD - Homeopathy

Homeopath, Chennai

13 Years Experience  ·  350 - 500 at clinic  ·  ₹350 online
Dr. Prof. Rajendra Prasath A 89% (185 ratings) BHMS, MD - Homeopathy Homeopath, Chennai
13 Years Experience  ·  350 - 500 at clinic  ·  ₹350 online
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Dr. Rajendra Prasath A is an experienced Homeopath in Puzhal, Chennai. He has been a successful Homeopath for the last 11 years. He has completed MD - Homeopathy, BHMS. He is currently practising at Newlife Homoeopathic Specialty and Centre in Puzhal, Chennai. He has received 34 excellent reviews from his patients who are happy with his treatment. Book an appointment online with Dr. Rajendra Prasath A on Lybrate.com.

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Education
BHMS - Tamil Nadu, Dr. MGR Medical University, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, INDIA - 2005
MD - Homeopathy - Vinayaka Missions University, Salem, Tamilnadu, INDIA - 2008
Languages spoken
English
Professional Memberships
Indian Homoeopathic Medical Association

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Newlife Homoeopathic Specialty Centre & Hospital

Dr. Anbalagan Medical Centre, 5, Dr. Ambetkar Street, Puzhal CampChennai Get Directions
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Salem - Newlife Homoeopathic Skin Speciality Centre

AKL Building, 1st Floor, 411/108, Trichy Main Road, GugaiSalem Get Directions
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Newlife Women & Child Speciality Homoeopathic Centre

No 267, Ambattur - Redhills Main Road, Kallikuppam, AmbatturChennai Get Directions
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Prevention Of Dengue Fever!

BHMS, MD - Homeopathy
Homeopath, Chennai
Prevention Of Dengue Fever!

General measures 
1. Personal prophylactic measures 

A. Use mosquito repellent cream, liquid, mats, etc. 
B. Wear full sleeves shirts and full pants with socks
C. Use bed net for sleeping infants and young children's to prevent mosquito bit

2. Environmental management and source reduction methods
A. Identify and eliminate mosquito breeding sources 
B. Prevent collection of water on roof tops, porticos and sunshades
C. Properly cover the stored water
D. Frequently change water in water pots, flower vases, water coolers, etc
E. Waste must be disposed properly and should not be allowed to collect 

3. Biological and chemical control
A. Use larva I or ousted fish in ornamental tank and fountain, etc
B. Use biocide or chemical larvicides for control of mosquitoes breeding
C. Aerosol space spray

4. Health education 
A. Impart knowledge to common people regarding measures to reduce vector breeding and safe guard for preventing mosquito breeding 

Homoeopathic medicine for prevention 

  • Eupatorium perforatum 200
  • Rhus tox 200 
  • Bryoniaabla 200

1 of these can be taken twice a day for 3 days as prophylaxis 

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Does masturbation have any kind of affect good or bad on health? And the same applies for women? And should a person masturbate?

BHMS, MD - Homeopathy
Homeopath, Chennai
Does masturbation have any kind of affect good or bad on health? And the same applies for women? And should a person ...
Anything which is unnatural will always have bad effects, Masturbation is an act of self sex pleasure with dreaming feel of sex. It has bad effects in later days after marriage infact it will affect relationship even.
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Health Quote of the Week

BHMS, MD - Homeopathy
Homeopath, Chennai
Health Quote of the Week

For an upset stomach, add 1 teaspoon of blackberry tincture in a glass of water and drink it every 2-4 hours until your symptoms subside.

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BHMS, MD - Homeopathy
Homeopath, Chennai
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Warm water bath infused with lavender oil drops calms nervous system, improves quality of sleep and reduces anxiety.

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A portion of beard hair has gone from my face leaving a patch without hair on my face . I consulted skin speciality for that he told me that there is some antioxidant creation in between your bone joints thats y this has happened. He gave some medicines but still I do not see any improvement. Kindly suggest something so that I can get that lost hair back.

BHMS, MD - Homeopathy
Homeopath, Chennai
A portion of beard hair has gone from my face leaving a patch without hair on my face . I consulted skin speciality f...
This condition is called alopecia areata, cause due to antigen and anti body reaction within the body in which the hair cells is begin targeted. Usually this condition may occur after effect of typhoid and other febrile heath status. I general recommend you to seek medical attention immediately before it gets worse and spread to other area investigation advised: thyroid function test cbc serum ige urine routine test prognois: if treated 100% recovery is possible if left untreated it may progress into alopecia totalis/ alopecia unversialis I recommend you to take medical care in homoeopathic because it need 2-3 years medical support. Thank you.
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Beat Summer

BHMS, MD - Homeopathy
Homeopath, Chennai
Beat Summer

These ten tips will help you keep cool even if it feels like the sun is out to get you.

  1. Drink More Water.
  2. Keep Excessive Sweat at Bay.
  3. Make a DIY Air Conditioner.
  4. Optimize Your Fans.
  5. Keep Your Food Cool and Avoid Using the Oven.
  6. Exercise Comfortably, Even in the Heat.
  7. Optimize Your Windows.
  8. Cool, Your Car Down Quickly.

Low Protein Diet

BHMS, MD - Homeopathy
Homeopath, Chennai
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PICA

BHMS, MD - Homeopathy
Homeopath, Chennai
PICA

The word pica is latin for magpie which is a bird notorious for eating almost anything. It is true that the majority of women will experience cravings during pregnancy; however, most of these cravings are for things like pickles and ice cream.

Pica is the persistent eating of substances such as dirt or paint that have no nutritional value. If pica is suspected, a medical evaluation is important to assess for possible anemia, intestinal blockages, or potential toxicity from ingested substances.

General we may advise certain tests -- such as x-rays and blood tests -- to check for anemia and look for toxins and other substances in the blood, and to check for blockages in the intestinal tract and also may test for possible infections caused by eating items contaminated with bacteria or other organisms.

Before making a diagnosis of pica, the doctor will evaluate the presence of other disorders -- such as mental retardation, developmental disabilities, or obsessive-compulsive disorder -- as the cause of the odd eating behavior. This pattern of behavior must last at least one month for a diagnosis of pica to be made.

Common pregnancy and pica cravings

The most common substances craved during pregnancy are dirt, clay, and laundry starch.

Other pica cravings include:
 

  • Burnt matches
  • Stones
  • Charcoal
  • Mothballs
  • Ice
  • Cornstarch
  • Toothpaste
  • Soap
  • Sand
  • Plaster
  • Coffee grounds
  • Baking soda
  • Cigarette ashes



Eating non-food substances is potentially harmful to both you and your baby. Eating non-food substances may interfere with the nutrient absorption of healthy food substances and actually cause a deficiency. Pica cravings are also a concern because non-food items may contain toxic or parasitic ingredients.


Complication associated with pica

There are many potential complications of pica, such as:
 

  • Certain items, such as paint chips, may contain lead or other toxic substances and eating them can lead to poisoning, increasing the child's risk of complications including learning disabilities and brain damage. This is the most concerning and potentially lethal side effect of pica
  • Eating non-food objects can interfere with eating healthy food, which can lead to nutritional deficiencies.
  • Eating objects that cannot be digested, such as stones, can cause constipation or blockages in the digestive tract, including the intestines and bowels. Also, hard or sharp objects (such as paperclips or metal scraps) can cause tears in the lining of the esophagus or intestines.
  • Bacteria or parasites from dirt or other objects can cause serious infections. Some infections can damage the kidneys or liver.
  • Co-existing developmental disabilities can make treatment difficult.

General out of pica patients

Pica usually begins in childhood and typically lasts for just a few months. However, it is likely to be more difficult to manage in children who are developmentally disabled.

Prevention:

There is no specific way to prevent pica. However, careful attention to eating habits and close supervision of children known to put things in their mouths may help catch the disorder before complications can occur.

Treatment for pica

Given the risk of medical complications (such as lead poisoning) associated with pica, close medical monitoring is necessary throughout treatment of the eating behavior. Additionally, close collaboration with a mental health team skilled in treating pica is ideal for optimal treatment of these complex cases.

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