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Dr. Rajender Prasath

BHMS, MD - Homeopathy

Homeopath, Chennai

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Dr. Rajender Prasath is a renowned Homeopath in Gowrivakkam, Chennai. He has had many happy patients in his 13 years of journey as a Homeopath. He studied and completed BHMS, MD - Homeopathy . He is currently associated with Anbalagan Medical Center in Gowrivakkam, Chennai. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Rajender Prasath on has a nexus of the most experienced Homeopaths in India. You will find Homeopaths with more than 41 years of experience on You can find Homeopaths online in Chennai and from across India. View the profile of medical specialists and their reviews from other patients to make an informed decision.


BHMS - Vinayka Mission Homoeopathic College - 2005
MD - Homeopathy - Vinayka Mission Homoeopathic College - 2008
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I am 22 year old boy. I am eats enough food daily. But I am still not getting faty. My weight remains same. My height is 178cm and weight 66. I need a strong body and little fat.

Homeopath, Delhi
I am 22 year old boy. I am eats enough food daily. But I am still not getting faty. My weight remains same. My height...
Being underweight is defined as having a body mass index (BMI) below 18.5. This is estimated to be less than the body mass needed to sustain optimal health. Conversely, over 25 is considered overweight and over 30 is considered obese. Your BMI is 20.3 which means you are not in the category of underweight though you might like to gain more which you can always plan with a dietician and Gym instructor. Thnx for asking.
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Sir / madam I have a problem in my teeth that I have implant in my mouth but mouth did not work well. What I have to take in eating and drinking. pls help.

MDS - Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
Dentist, Chennai
Sir / madam
I have a problem in my teeth that I have implant in my mouth but mouth did not work well.
What I have to ...
We need more investigations (full mouth x-ray) & clinical examination to decide upon treatment. Dental tips: - visit a dentist every six months for cleaning and a thorough dental check-up. Limit sugary food to avoid tooth decay. Gargle your mouth thoroughly after every meal. Scrub gently to clean your tongue with a tongue cleaner. Floss all your teeth inter dentally & brush twice daily, morning & night, up & down short vertical strokes, with ultra-soft bristles, indicator brush. Tooth brush to be changed every 2 months.
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My edge is 24 years. I have hypothyroid. My weight was 43 kg in last few month but now it increase upto 50 due thyroid. My belly fat is increasing. What should I want do to overcome from weight gaining.

ENT Specialist,
My edge is 24 years. I have hypothyroid. My weight was 43 kg in last few month but now it increase upto 50 due thyroi...
Increase your metabolism by exercises n take balanced diet. Hypothyroidism is a state of undermetabolism. Hence fat accumulates.
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Hi, My whole body check up was done. Everything is normal but my bp is 140/80. Doctor tells me to take telmikind 40 mg daily. Now what to do? My age 22. How to lower it?

Homeopath, Raebareli
Hi, My whole body check up was done. Everything is normal but my bp is 140/80. Doctor tells me to take telmikind 40 m...
If you don't experience any sort of discomfort then you should wait before any meds intake as just to keep in arbitrary measurements.
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Hi, this is on behalf of my mother, age 54, a diabetes patient for the past 15 years and also have certain nerve issues. She has suffered from frozen shoulder a few month and was treated by a physiotherapist. However, she is facing issues regarding her appetite, also getting loose motion from time and time and severe back pain. What is the cause?

MBBS, Post Graduate Diploma In Diabetology (PGDD), Fellowship In Endocrinology
Endocrinologist, Vijayawada
Hi, this is on behalf of my mother, age 54, a diabetes patient for the past 15 years and also have certain nerve issu...
Most likely she might be having something known as Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) which occurs due to stress. Stress can cause loss of appetite alongwith diarrhea. Start her on Pantop-L (Pantoprazole with Levosulpride) not Pantop-D daily in morning fasting state for 10 days and inform me in 10 days.
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My 5.5 month old has been passing green thick smelly stool since we started him on top feed - banana, dal water, rice paste, wheat paste etc. Is this normal? There is no apparent discomfort he is suffering from.

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Pediatrician, Muzaffarnagar
My 5.5 month old has been passing green thick smelly stool since we started him on top feed - banana, dal water, rice...
It is normal. You may give all items but not in a day. Give him one item for 2 to 3 days and then switch over to other item gradually.
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My hair is becoming white colour in the sides. Can you suggest any solution for it.

B.Sc. - Dietitics / Nutrition, Nutrition Certification,Registered Dietitian
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Delhi
My hair is becoming white colour in the sides. Can you suggest any solution for it.
1.Use amla (gooseberry) juice on scalp and also to drink. 2.Mix curry leaves with coconut oil and heat up and let it cool. Wheat Germ oil to massage your head at night. You can also put some fenugreek powder in the oil, heat the oil a bit and apply it on scalp for hairfall, whitening and dandruff. 3.Apply hair packs like Egg with Yogurt, Banana. 4.Have lots of green leafy vegetables and fruits rich in Vitamin C. 5.Protein is the most important element for maintaining hair health. Make sure your diet in protein rich sources like eggs, fish, chicken, soyabean, sprouts, pulses and grains 6.Zinc, iron & copper promote healthy hair. Some sources of this are – eggs, whole grains, all types of seeds like flaxseed, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, Dry fruits and nuts etc.
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Dear dr. Whenever I start for mating with my wife or my girlfriend my penis erection is okay, but I can not satisfy myself or my partner as well due to very early ejaculation - does it my sex disorder? again when I try to foreplay then ejaculatiom comes rather more early; is it also a case of sex disorder? pl. Help me & suggest likewisw immediately. I am a sex fanatic and quite efficient in musterbation occassionaly. How should I go for anal sex, is it any harmful if my partner does not clean her anas & how it should be thanks, pradip

MBBS (Gold Medalist, Hons), MS (Obst and Gynae- Gold Medalist), DNB (Obst and Gynae), Fellow- Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (ACOG, USA), FIAOG, MRCOG (London, UK)
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
Please have good diabetic control. And at this age, you should have medical consultation to ensure that there are no serious diseases inside your body so that we can start treatment soon.
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Hello, I am 27 year old professional. I am loosing hair on my forehead. Also my scalp is itchy. Whenever I take shower or oil the hair I see lot of hair falling from it. Amount of hair fall is very high. 20 to 50 everyday this happens. Please help me.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
Hello, I am 27 year old professional. I am loosing hair on my forehead. Also my scalp is itchy. Whenever I take showe...
Losing 20-100 hair daily is normal. Any more than that and you should start treatment. There can be several factors behind hair loss such as environmental effects, aging, too much stress, excessive smoking, nutritional deficiencies, hormonal imbalance, genetic factors, scalp infections, use of wrong or chemically enriched hair products, certain medicines and medical conditions like thyroid disorder, autoimmune diseases and chronic illnesses to name a few. Do not use shampoo and apply coconut oil and only dry excess oil if any without soap or shampoo Most people who are losing their hair are losing it simply because they have inherited a genetic design that pre-disposes them for baldness. Hair loss can also be caused by underlying medical problems, drugs, infections and a variety of other factors. Medical problems that can cause diffuse hair loss include: anemia, thyroid disease, connective tissue diseases (such as Lupus), severe nutritional deficiencies, surgical procedures, general anesthesia, and severe emotional problems. In women, obstetric and gynecologic conditions, such as post-partum and post-menopausal states, and ovarian tumors can cause hair loss. A relatively large number of drugs can cause a temporary form of hair loss called “telogen effluvium,” a condition where hair is shifted from its growth phase into a resting stage and then, after several months, is shed. Fortunately, this shedding is reversible when the medication is stopped. Drugs that can cause diffuse hair loss include; blood thinners (anti-coagulants), medication for seizures, gout, high blood pressure, and thyroid disease, anti-inflammatory drugs such as prednisone, medications that lower cholesterol and other lipids, mood altering drugs, chemotherapy, oral contraceptive agents (particularly those high in progestins), diet pills, high doses of Vitamin A, and certain street drugs (such as anabolic steroids and cocaine). Although there are a number of dermatologic conditions that cause hair loss, they produce a pattern that is different from that of common baldness (androgenetic alopecia) or the diffuse forms of hair loss mentioned above. Localized hair loss may be sub-divided into scarring and non-scarring types. Alopecia Areata is a genetic, auto-immune disease that typifies the non-scarring type. It manifests with the sudden onset of discrete round patches of hair loss (although the condition can become generalized). In its mild form, it can be treated with local injections of steroids. Traction Alopecia, the hair loss that occurs with constant tugging on the follicles (as seen with tightly braided hair or “corn rows”) is often reversible, but can become permanent if the habit persists for a long period of time. Treatment is only possible if the hair loss from traction is not extensive and if the habit of pulling is stopped. Scarring alopecia can be caused by conditions such as Lupus, Lichen Planus, or radiation therapy. Hair loss can occur as a result of scalp trauma or cosmetic facial surgery and is often amenable to hair transplantation. Radiotherapy can cause both scarring and non-scarring hair loss and it also can be treated with surgical hair restoration if the area is localized. Basic Facts on Common Baldness All humans are born with a finite number of hair follicles. The diameters of the individual hairs in our follicles increase as we grow from infancy to adulthood. However, no matter what we eat, what our lifestyles may be, or what kinds of vitamins we take, we never grow any new hair follicles. At puberty, most men have a low, broad hairline that usually recedes to its mature position by the age of 20 to 22 and then stabilizes. In men with a genetic tendency to go bald, this hairline will continue to recede and new areas of thinning may occur. Severe illness, malnutrition, or vitamin deficiency can speed or exacerbate the process of genetic hair loss, but this hair loss occurs in perfectly healthy men and is generally not a sign of disease. The common hereditary form of hair loss is also referred to as androgenetic alopecia, common baldness, or male pattern hair loss. It is only in recent years, with our greater knowledge of genetics and the chemistry of sex hormones, that we have begun to understand the causes. It is important to note that common genetic baldness also occurs in women, but generally it appears differently than it does in men. In androgenetic alopecia, the hormone DHT, a byproduct of testosterone, affects the follicles that produce terminal hairs in certain parts of the scalp. Under the influence of DHT, susceptible follicles first produce thinner, shorter hairs with weaker shafts. Eventually, these follicles produce only fine, almost invisible, vellus hairs, and they may die out altogether. Androgenetic alopecia requires three conditions for its occurrence: the genes for hair loss, male hormones in adequate quantities, and time. Genes A gene is a single bit of chemically encoded hereditary instruction that is located on a chromosome and represents a tiny segment of DNA. Chromosomes occur in pairs (humans have 23 pairs), and every individual inherits one set of chromosomes from each parent. The genetics of androgenetic alopecia is complicated and hair loss is thought to involve more than one gene. When several genes govern a trait, it is called polygenic. Genes that are located on the X- or Y-chromosomes are called sex-linked. Genes on the other 22 pairs of chromosomes are called autosomal. It is currently believed that the genes governing common baldness are autosomal. This means that the baldness trait can be inherited from the mother’s or the father’s side of the family. The commonly held notion that baldness comes only from the mother’s side of the family is incorrect, although for reasons not fully understood, the predisposition inherited from the mother is of slightly greater importance than that inherited from the father. The term “dominant” means that only one gene of a pair is needed for the trait to show up in the individual. A “recessive” gene means that both genes must be present in order for the trait to be expressed. The genes involved in androgenetic alopecia are believed to be dominant. Just because a person has the genes for baldness, it does not mean the trait will manifest itself and the person will actually become bald. The ability of a gene to affect one’s characteristics, i.e. Be visible in a particular individual, is called “expressivity.” Expressivity relates to a number of factors; the major ones being hormones and age, although stress and other factors yet undetermined, may play a role. None of the genes responsible for male pattern baldness have yet been identified. This suggests that any kind of genetic engineering to prevent common baldness is still many years away. Even if the gene is identified, scientists must still figure out how to control or change them. Hormones Hormones are biochemical substances produced by various glands, such as the pituitary, adrenal and testes, that work on distant sites throughout the body, by secreting their products directly into the bloodstream. These chemicals are very powerful and minute amounts of them have profound effects upon the bodily functions. The primary male sex hormone is testosterone. Testosterone and other related hormones that have masculinizing effects are produced primarily in the testicles. This means that the hormone levels that are seen in adults do not reach significant levels until the testicles develop and enlarge during puberty. These hormones are the cause of many changes that occur in puberty: deepening of the voice, growth of facial hair, development of body odor and acne, change in the muscular development, and change in body shape. These hormones can also cause baldness. The presence of androgens, testosterone, and its related hormone DHT, cause some follicles to regress and die. In addition to the testicles, the adrenal glands located above each of our kidneys, produce androgenic hormones; this is true for both sexes. In females, ovaries, like testicles, are a source of hormones that can affect hair. The relationship between a man’s testicles and hair loss has been recognized for centuries. In societies that had harems, guards were castrated to prevent sexual activity between the guards and women of the harem. In all of those societies, it was observed that men who were castrated before puberty did not become bald. Early in the 20th century, castration was common treatment for patients with certain types of mental illness as it seemed to have a calming effect on their personality. It was also noted that these patients did not become bald. A psychiatrist discovered the specific relationship between testosterone and hormonally induced hair loss during this time. The doctor noted that a castrated, mentally ill patient had a full head of hair, while the identical twin brother of that patient was completely bald. The doctor decided to determine the effect of treating his patient with testosterone, which had recently become available as a drug. He injected his patient, the hairy twin, with testosterone to see what would happen. Within weeks, the hairy twin began to lose all but his wreath of permanent hair, just like his normal twin. The doctor stopped administrating testosterone; however, his patient never regained his full head of hair. The hormone believed to be most directly involved in androgenetic alopecia is dihydrotestosterone (DHT). DHT is formed by the action of the enzyme 5-a reductase on testosterone. DHT acts by binding to special receptor sites on the cells of hair follicles to cause the specific changes associated with balding. DHT decreases the length of the anagen (growing) cycle of the hair and increases the telogen (resting) phase, so that with each new cycle the hair shaft becomes progressively smaller. This process is referred to as “miniaturization”. In men, 5-a reductase activity is higher in the balding area. Women have half the amount of 5-a reductase overall as compared to men, but have higher levels of the enzyme aromatase, especially in their frontal hairlines. Aromatase decreases the formation of DHT, and its presence in women may help to explain why female hair loss is somewhat different than hair loss in men. Time The mere presence of the necessary genes and hormones is insufficient to cause baldness. Hair loss also requires exposure of susceptible hair follicles to the responsible hormones over time. The length of time required for hair loss to start due to hormone exposure varies from one individual to another, and relates to a person’s genetic expression and to the levels of testosterone and DHT in his bloodstream. Significantly, hair loss does not occur all at once, but tends to be cyclical. People who are losing their hair experience alternating periods of slow hair loss, rapid hair loss, and even long periods of relative stability. The progression of androgenetic hair loss, however, will generally continue over ones lifetime. The factors that cause the rate of loss to speed up or slow down are, for the most part, unknown. Stress When the body experiences stress caused by a traumatic experience, nutritional deficiency, or illness, the rate of hair loss can increase. Women’s hair seems to be more sensitive to the effects of stress than men’s hair. This may be because women with a genetic predisposition towards hair loss usually have a higher percentage of fragile, miniaturized hair. It is important to note that stress generally causes the type of hair loss referred to as telogen effluvium. This is very different from androgenetic alopecia. Telogen effluvium is the reversible shedding of hair in the resting phase when the body senses that it needs to divert its energies elsewhere. Therefore, stress temporarily changes the amount of hair that is shed, but the lost hair is likely to grow back. Hair Loss Fiction Lack of Blood Supply Some assert that a lack of blood supply contributes to hair loss. Bald skin gradually loses some of its blood supply and, consequently, it becomes thin and shiny. These changes, however, are secondary to the loss of hair, not the other way around. When hair follicles are transplanted into thin bald skin, or scar tissue, both of which have a relatively poor blood supply, the presence of the grafted hair causes the local blood supply to gradually increase. Clogged Pores This claim usually accompanies microscopic photographs of an empty follicle clogged with a heaped up waxy substance that prevented the hair from growing. There is no scientific evidence that clogged pores interfere with hair growth. Common sense is sufficient to refute these claims. Why would pores be clogged on the top of the scalp and not on the back and sides? And if clogged pores caused baldness, women would be as bald as men. Hats and Hair Loss Folklore says that men who constantly wear hats are more likely to become bald, as hats prevent air from circulating to the head. Like other tissues in the body, hair follicles get their oxygen through the bloodstream, rather than from ambient air. Snake Oil Remedies and other Magic Cures Many over-the-counter lotions and drugs claim to restore lost hair with new products appearing all the time. Whether sold through drug stores, salons or mass media, most are useless. A 1989 Supreme Court decision prevents these potions from being advertised or sold in the United States as medications that prevent hair loss or promote the re-growth of lost hair; however, such claims are still made. Charlatans of every age have eagerly tried to profit from a gullible public. Excepting cancer and arthritis, hair restoration has been one of the most fertile areas for medical quackery. For example, in the same year that the principle of the magnetic field was described, “magnetic” and “electric” hairbrushes for the prevention and treatment of baldness appeared on the market. Concoctions that claimed to be “snake oils” were also sold for the treatment of arthritis and baldness. In hindsight, it is understandable that an unsophisticated person, who was crippled by pain from arthritis and who lived at a time when there was no better treatment for his illness, might be desperate enough to try “snake oil” as a treatment for arthritis. However, until the Supreme Court decision banning their promotion, ads for products that claimed to be able to restore hair filled the television airwaves. Infomercials complete with real doctors, pictures, and testimonials promoted these worthless potions every day. Even today, it is difficult for the layperson to differentiate between fact and fiction when it comes to hair loss remedies. There are two FDA approved medications to treat androgenetic alopecia. Though they have limited benefit, they may be useful for many. These two drugs, minoxidil and finasteride, are discussed in detail in the chapter titled “Hair Loss Medications.” In order to have healthy volume of hair on your head, the rate of hair loss and replacement should be in tandem. With age, your hair growth cycle shows signs of slowing down and factors like age, disease, and hormonal changes among others affect the pace at which an individual hair follicle moves through the 3 phases of the hair cycle. A disruption in your hair cycle can give rise to loss of hair that’s rapid and unexpected. Hair loss or alopecia can affect both men and women.
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I have sex issues. I am unable to satisfy my partner. As soon as I enter penis its just over. Sex timing is nt even more than 10 seconds. I dont hv long penis too. And I have a single ball under my penis instead of 2 since birth. Suggest any medicine.

MD - General Medicine
Sexologist, Nashik
I have sex issues. I am unable to satisfy my partner. As soon as I enter penis its just over. Sex timing is nt even m...
The organs God has given us are in pairs, single also functions well. Dont bother about single testicle, early ejaculation is due to many reasons. Like too infrequent sex, over excitement, mostly controlled my mind, common solutions are, divert mind while enjoying sex, don? t get much involved, and slow down all activities, take a break, and start stop and start. Delays the time of ejaculation. If satisfied ok otherwise consult privately.
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