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Dr. Rajarajan J

Pediatrician, Chennai

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Dr. Rajarajan J is an experienced Pediatrician in Ambikapuram, Chennai. He is currently practising at Sneham Rahul Child Care Centre in Ambikapuram, Chennai. Book an appointment online with Dr. Rajarajan J on Lybrate.com.

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107, Majstic Avenues Apartments, 5th Street, AVM Avenue, .Landmark: 3rd Left from Putra School, ChennaiChennai Get Directions
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My 5 year kid is under weight. She is very active, playing for 3-4 hrs everyday. But eats very less food. I am giving dry fruits (3-4 Cashews, 2 Almonds, 1-2 Dates, 4-5 Pista) & some fruits (banana, guava, apple) every day evening & egg at night & fish/meat once in a week? Can you suggest any change in diet?

PGDD, RD, Bachelor of Home Science
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
Hye, Thanks for the query. Gaining weight requires you to eat more calories than you burn. Although fried or sugary foods are calorie dense, eating them exclusively won’t provide enough nutrition to keep you energetic and healthy. Eating several meals and snacks throughout the day and including nutritious, calorie-dense food will help you gain weight healthfully. Weight gain depends primarily on your genetics, age, weight and activity level. To gain weight, you need to eat more calories than you burn. If you’re not used to eating large quantities of food at one time, you may find it difficult to fit all of your calories into three meals per day. Eating nutritious, calorie-dense foods every two to three hours will help you get your calories in without making you overly full and sluggish. If you tend to forget to eat or are always on the go, bring calorie-dense snacks such as eggs, mixed nuts, fruits and dairy. Nutritious, calorie-dense foods provide essential vitamins and minerals, which promote good health and energy. Adding ghee and cream to foods adds additional calories for very little extra physical bulk. Fruit juice, masala milk provides crucial nutrients. Meal-replacement shakes and protein powder sound like good options but also remember that unless your diet is not planned sadly they won't help. If your child is active and playful and can concentrate in studies then no need to panic, with good diet and indulging in play or sport will help him gain weight.
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My 3 and half months bay got vaccinated with pentavac 2 days back. But there is a hard swell amd reddish around the vaccinated area. What to do n what may be the reason. Does this cause problem to the leg after growth.

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Pediatrician, Ahmedabad
My 3 and half months bay got vaccinated with pentavac 2 days back. But there is a hard swell amd reddish around the v...
no worry at all. this vaccine is reactogenic and causes swelling , lump and fever for few variable days --> just apply ice at that hardened part and it fades away in 4 weeks . if it is causing reduced leg movement or persistence of fever then only u shall be worried- well no long term effects !
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Sir, please tell me what is the exact dose of Normetrogyl syrup for 4 years and 2 month kid?

M.D. Consultant Pathologist, CCEBDM Diabetes, PGDS Sexology USA, CCMTD Thyroid, ACDMC Heart Disease, CCMH Hypertension, ECG
Sexologist, Sri Ganganagar
Give one drops thrice daily for 4 years once. Don't give it to 2 mth old child instead give Sporolac syrup.
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Hi Doctor, Why Febrile Seizure happens in children under 5. How to find is it shivering or seizure. Why it not happens in every babies when they have fever above 100f. Please reply.

MBBS, DPM
Psychiatrist, Agartala
Nice query dear. To explain the cause and pathology of seizure is difficult at this moment. Seizure is such episode where baby will be unresponsive, for short like about 30- 60 sec, there will be uprolling of eyes, fixed eyes, sustained movements of hands and legs, urinating,tongue injury etc. But in shivering nothing will happen, baby will be conscious.
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My daughter has allergic problem in out side food she get rashes on hand and legs she feel like doing scratches suggests me some medicine.

Postgraduate Programme in Pediatric Nutrition, Diploma in Pediatric Emergency Medicine, MRCPCH, MD - Paediatrics, MBBS
Pediatrician, Bangalore
My daughter has allergic problem in out side food she get rashes on hand and legs she feel like doing scratches sugge...
There is not enough information to link the rash to food allergy. Food allergy causing rash is often dramatic and comes very rapidly after eating. Frequently associated with other symptoms like vomiting, wheeze and circulatory problems. If rash is confined to legs and arms, there may be another local irritation that is causing the rash. I would suggest a more detailed consultation to diagnose the problem before treatment.
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I am sneezing continuously and also have dry throat and coughing. Please suggest cure.

MBBS, cc USG
General Physician, Gurgaon
I am sneezing continuously and also have dry throat and coughing. Please suggest cure.
Hello, If symptoms are sneezing, Running nose, blocked nose 1.Take proper rest/ lot of fluids 2. and Take proper home made diet. 3. Do Steam inhalation carefully by steam inhaler twice a day for 2-3 days, 4. You can take Tablet Levocetrizine 5 mg one tablet after food once a day bedtime for 3 days.(if no drug allergy) Consult Physician for further management
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My grandson is two years old yet he is not speaking. We are doing speech therapy, can we consult a children phycotist?

MD - Paediatrics, FIAP (Neonatology)
Pediatrician, Chandigarh
Does he makes sounds? babbles speaks monosyllables like mama papa dada? if yes then there is mild delay in speech. If not get his hearing assessment done.
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Hi, My 4 years daughter is suffering from fever and stomach pain followed by vomiting from Thursday. Dr. Told fever is due to cold. She has cold and cough. Stomach pain and vomit is due to gas. He prescribe sumol ds, sporidex ds, levolin, and lanzol. She took this medicine from Thursday but no improvement. Is anything serious? Please suggest something.

BHMS, BSc
Homeopath,
Dear Ms. lybrate-user Gut /stomach flu is a typical seasonal infection common in toddlers or young children, Abdominal pain cramps nausea and fever with or without diarhhoea are usual symptoms accompanied, vomiting & diarhoea usual recovers ina day or 2 so is the pain, if they all persists beyond 2 days you require to re evaluate the case with your doctor, however following may help you 1-If child appears ill from face, sleepy and inactive 2-mostly pain in stomach or tummy ache causes child to double up, pains are more or so around belly button, if pain happens to other areas such as deeper down to right side etc you require to check with doctor asap 3- if loose motion is blood tinged you require to show to doctor 4- prolonged vomiting may cause dehydration, any signs such as dry mouth or creasy skin may require you to rehydrate her and show to doctor asap 5- burning in urine or child avoiding to pass urine or any pain during may be the sign of UTI and require to seek doctors help As such fever below 100F, Bearable pain abdomen or mild vomiting or less freq, If child is eating well and active you need not to worry, she may recover soon, presence of any of the above will require you to be vigil and seek help of doctor immediately. Take care & wish dhrubika to recover quickly.
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My son is 4 year old. He is not at all showing interest towards meal/food. Whatever he eats we have to make him eat forcibly. Consulted paediatrician and showed my concern if this is resultant of any worm, but he did not advise any anti-worm medicine. Now I am little worried about possible reason. Please advise what to do?

Diploma in Child Health (DCH), F.I.A.M.S. (Pediatrics)
Pediatrician, Muzaffarnagar
Do not force feed. Leave him at his will to eat of his choice food n time prepared at home including milk and its products.
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My 3 months old baby has chest congestion. His nose is not stuffy or runny. He is taking breastfeed properly. His chest make sound when he coughed. Doctor gave maxtra drops and asthalin syrup. I am also giving steam by placing water nearby him . What else I can do for him ?

M.D.Pediatrics, MBBS
Pediatrician, Mumbai
My 3 months old baby has chest congestion. His nose is not stuffy or runny. He is taking breastfeed properly. His che...
Dear Lynbrate user If your child is able to breast feed and is playful then nothing much to be done . Keep a watch on his breathing if it becomes fast rush to the doctor
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