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Dr. Nikita S. Kothari

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Clinic Address
c/o KOTHARI's, 2A/31-32, Madhav Apts, Chheda Complex, Gate no. 5, Malvani Malad West
Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400095
Details for Dr. Nikita Kothari
L.M.F's Homoeopathic Medical College Chinchwad
Professional Memberships
Maharastra Council of Homoeopathy
Past Experience
Consulting Homeopath at Hardik Homeopathy Clinic
Medical officer at For Riddhivinayak Critical Care And Cardiac Centre At Hutchinson 3 Global Services
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    All about chikungunya:

    Chikungunya (also called as chicken guinea) is a form of viral fever caused by an alphavirus that is spread by mosquito bites from the aedes aegypti mosquito, though recent research by the pasteur institute in paris claims the virus has suffered a mutation that enables it to be transmitted by aedes albopictus (tiger mosquito). This was the cause of the actual plague in the indian ocean and a threat to the mediterranean coast at present.

    Chikungunya cause

    Alphavirus that is spread by mosquito bites from the aedes aegypti and aedes albopictus mosquitos.

    Characteristics: togaviridae (formerly group a arboviruses), genus alphavirus; spherical, enveloped virions 60 nm in diameter, single-stranded, positive-sense rna genome

    Pathogenicity: self limiting febrile viral disease; characterized by arthralgia or arthritis typically in the knee, ankle and small joints of the extremities, high fever, followed by a maculopapular rash; buccal and palatal enanthema can occur; nausea and vomiting may occur; mild hemorrhaging may be present especially in children; inapperent infections are common, immunity is long lasting

    Epidemiology: found in africa, india, south east asia and the philippines

    Host range: humans, primates, other mammals, birds
    Chikungunya signs and symptoms

    The primary symptoms of chikungunya include

    Fever which can reach 39 (102.2 )
    A petechial or maculopapular rash usually involving the limbs and trunk
    Arthralgia (bodyache) or arthritis affecting multiple joints which can be debilitating. The joint pains can be severe and even crippling.
    There can also be headache, conjunctival infection and slight photophobia. Fever typically lasts for two days and abruptly comes down, however joint pain, intense headache, insomnia and an extreme degree of prostration lasts for a variable period, usually for about 5 to 7 days.

    Dermatological manifestations observed in a recent outbreak of chikungunya fever in southern india includes the following:

    Maculopapular rash
    Nasal blotchy erythema
    Freckle-like pigmentation over centro-facial area
    Flagellate pigmentation on face and extremities
    Lichenoid eruption and hyperpigmentation in photodistributed areas
    Multiple aphthous-like ulcers over scrotum, crural areas and axilla.
    Lympoedema in acral distribution (bilateral /unilateral)
    Multiple ecchymotic spots (children)
    Vesiculobullous lesions (infants)
    Subungual hemorrhage.

    Chikungunya how diagnosis is done?

    Detection of antigens or antibody to the agent in the blood (serology)
    Elisa is available
    An igm capture elisa is necessary to distinguish the disease from dengue fever.

    Chikungunya homeopathy treatment homeopathic remedies

    Homeopathy offers many medicines which may help in chikungunya. These include medicines like eupatorium-perf, pyroginum, rhus-tox, cedron, influenzinum, china, arnica, belladona, bryonia etc. Many homeopaths consider eupatorium perf. As a preventive medicine for chikungunya. The most commonly suggested potency as prophylaxis is 200c of eupatorium perf. Eupatorium perfoliatum q (tincture, 3 to 5 drop dose) will remove the debilitating joint pains and cut short the intensity and duration of the disease. Other potencies may be used according to the intensity of the case.

    Chikungunya conventional treatment

    No vaccine or specific antiviral treatment for chikungunya fever is available. Treatment is symptomaticrest, fluids, and ibuprofen, naproxen, acetaminophen, or paracetamol may relieve symptoms of fever and aching. Aspirin should be avoided

    Infected persons should be protected from further mosquito exposure (staying indoors and/or under a mosquito net during the first few days of illness) so that they can't contribute to the transmission cycle.
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    Self Care Tips for Acne
    Dietary tips:

    Sulphur-rich foods such as onions and garlic are helpful in reducing outbreaks
    Increase zinc-rich foods such as soybeans, whole grains, sunflower seeds and raw nuts
    Drink plenty of water
    Avoid sugar, cigarettes, fried and high-fat foods
    Keep dairy items and red meat to a minimum
    Skin care in general:

    Avoid scrubbing hard / over-washing acne-afflicted areas
    Avoid touching your face often
    Do not squeeze pimples since this can push the infection further into the skin
    Protect your skin from the sun
    Keep your hair clean and keep it away from the face
    Avoid using greasy or cream based make-up
    Always remove make-up before going to sleep
    Exercise regularly
    After a heavy workout or exercise, take a bath because the sweat on skin can trap bacteria
    Always use clean clothes which allow your skin to breathe
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    Healthy Diet !!
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    Facts about EBOLA
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    Eat less salt

    Even if you don?t add salt to your food, you may still be eating too much. About three-quarters of the salt we eat is already in the food we buy, such as breakfast cereals, soups, breads and sauces. Eating too much salt can raise your blood pressure. People with high blood pressure are more likely to develop heart disease or have a stroke.

    Use food labels to help you cut down. More than 1.5g of salt per 100g means the food is high in salt. Adults and children over 11 should eat no more than 6g of salt a day. Younger children should have even less.
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    Life is a constant conflict between Love and Ego.
    Love always wants to say Sorry and Ego always wants to hear it!
    So dont Stress yourself on things that can be avoided.
    Stay happy & Keep smiling :-)
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    Enjoy Ginger
    The volatile oils in ginger have long made it a useful herbal remedy for nasal and chest congestion. Pour 2 cups of boiling water over a 1-inch piece of peeled, grated ginger; steep for 10 minutes; and strain. Add a pinch or two of cayenne pepper to the water and drink as needed.
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    "Life is 10% of what happens to you and 90% of how you respond to it."
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