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Kundan clinic

Diabetologist, General Physician, Infectious Diseases Physician, Internal Medicine, Internal Speciality, Travellers Medicine
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B/103,Chandralok, Manav Mandir road, Malabar hill
Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400006
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Lugansk state medical university
MD - Internal Medicine
  • MD - Internal Medicine
    Diabetologist, Infectious Diseases Physician, Travellers Medicine, General Physician, Internal Medicine, Internal Speciality
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    1) exposure to sunlight helps most people with psoriasis.
    2) keeping the skin soft and moist is helpful. Apply moisturizers after bathing.
    3) do not use irritating cosmetics or soaps.
    4) avoid scratching that can cause bleeding or excessive irritation.
    5) soaking in bathwater with oil added and using moisturizers may help
    6) bath soaks with coal tar or other agents remove scales
    7) hydrocortisone based cream can reduce the itching of mild psoriasis.
    8) some people use an ultraviolet b (uv-b) light unit at home under a doctor's supervision.
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    answered 8 months ago
    Hi, to prevent migraine attacks following measures must be used. 1) avoid triggers. If certain foods or odors seem to have triggered your migraines in the past, avoid them. 2) establish a daily routine with regular sleep patterns and regular meals. In addition, try to control stress. 3) regular aerobic exercise reduces tension and can help prevent migraines. 4) obesity is also thought to be a factor in migraine headaches, and regular exercise can help you maintain a healthy weight or lose weight. 5) migraines and estrogen seems to trigger or make your headaches worse, you may want to avoid or reduce the medications you take that contain estrogen which include birth control pills and hormone replacement therapy. You will also benefit for medical therapy if having recurrent migraine attacks. Follow these prevention regimen tips
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    answered 9 months ago
    Hello, common symptoms of malaria are: shaking chills that can range from moderate to severe, high fever, profuse sweating, headache, nausea, vomiting. Treatment is taking anti malarial drugs for specific duration based on type of malaria parasite detected on blood smear examination.
  • Dr. Yash Upadhyay
    answered 9 months ago
    Lybrate-user, you have to start with specific exercises intended to reduce your belly fat with following: 1) crunches 2) bicycle exrcise 3) rolling plank exercise 4) lunge twist 5) side to side bending. Along with them include daily routine of jogging, running, swimming and other cardio exercises for 30 minutes for effective weight loss. Follow these exercises with reduced fats and carbohydrates in diet and include more proteins, veggies and fruits. You will definitely see results. Regards,
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  • Dr. Yash Upadhyay
    answered 9 months ago
    Hi Mr. lybrate-user, Malaria is an acute febrile illness. In a non-immune individual, symptoms appear 7 days or more (usually 10–15 days) after the infective mosquito bite. The first symptoms – fever, headache, chills and vomiting – may be mild and difficult to recognize as malaria. Vector control is the main way to prevent and reduce malaria transmission. If coverage of vector control interventions within a specific area is high enough, then a measure of protection will be conferred across the community. WHO recommends protection for all people at risk of malaria with effective malaria vector control. Two forms of vector control – insecticide-treated mosquito nets and indoor residual spraying – are effective in a wide range of circumstances.
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  • Dr. Yash Upadhyay
    answered 9 months ago
    Mr. Lybrate-user, based on medications I understand that you are suffering from hypertension, diabetes and cholesterol problems. Persistently high blood sugar more than 150 to 200 and above can cause many diabetic complications given your other co morbidities. What you may need to is a test called hb1ac, it gives a measure of your sugar levels over 3 last months and help in deciding diabetes medication changing or addition or both. As your sugar levels are deranged with medications you will definitely need further assessment.
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