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Multispeciality Clinic

Allergist, Cardiologist, Chemcial Peel, Diabetologist, Endocrinologist, Gastroenterologist, General Neurologist, General Physician, HIV Specialist, Hematologist, Infectious Diseases Physician, Multi Speciality, Nephrologist/ Renal Specialist, Pulmonologist, Thyroid Specialist
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Our medical care facility offers treatments from the best doctors in the field of Cardiologist, Diabetologist, Endocrinologist, Gastroenterologist, General Neurologist, General Physician, Infectious Diseases Physician, Nephrologist/ Renal Specialist, Pulmonologist.Our goal is to offer our patients, and all our community the most affordable, trustworthy and professional service to ensure your best health.

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Multispeciality Clinic is known for housing experienced s. Dr. Hardik Thakker, a well-reputed Allergist, Cardiologist, Chemcial Peel, Thyroid Specialist, Endocrinologist, Diabetologist, Gastroenterologist, General Physician, HIV Specialist, Infectious Diseases Physician, Hematologist, Multi Speciality, Nephrologist/ Renal Specialist, General Neurologist, Pulmonologist , practices in Mumbai. Visit this medical health centre for s recommended by 42 patients.

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204, 2nd Floor, Marathon Chamber, Panch Rasta, Above Manoranjan Sarees, Mulund West
Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400080
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    Allergist, Cardiologist, Chemcial Peel, Thyroid Specialist, Endocrinologist, Diabetologist, Gastroenterologist, General Physician, HIV Specialist, Infectious Diseases Physician, Hematologist, Multi Speciality, Nephrologist/ Renal Specialist, General Neurologist, Pulmonologist
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    Here are symptoms, type, effects, and Treatments of Diabetes
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    General Physician
    At present 3 out of the 5 people are suffering from diabetes and it is the 7th leading cause of death worldwide. Moreover, it is no more restricted just to adults and affects children as well. Diabetes is a metabolic disease resulting in increase in the level of glucose in the body. Glucose is a source of energy for the cells making up the muscles and other tissues in the body. But if the level of glucose goes up, it shows the sign of danger. Diabetes is of 2 types:

    1. Type 1: body fails to produce insulin.
    2. Type 2: Body fails to produce enough insulin which is required by the body.

    There are no definite signs of diabetes. It simply varies from person to person. In many of the cases it goes unnoticed. Such signs are as follows:

    1. Sudden weight loss: You might experience a sudden weight loss of 5 to10 kgs within a month. This happens when sugar metabolism ceases very quickly. Insufficient insulin prevents the body from taking in glucose in the body cells from the blood to use as energy. In such a scenario the body starts burning fat and muscle for energy. This results in weight loss.

    2. Intense hunger: The cells in your body might not get enough energy either due to absence or improper functioning of insulin in your blood. This makes you hungry quite often.

    3. Excessive urination and thirst: Due to diabetes, the glucose level in the body goes up. The kidneys are overloaded with the burden of working overtime for filtering and absorbing the excess glucose in your body. The excess sugar, which the kidney cannot store is excreted out of your body. This makes you urinate frequently. Due to frequent urination the body gets dehydrated which makes you feel thirsty more often.

    4. Blurred vision: Due to the high level of glucose in your body tissues gets pulled away from the lens of the eyes. This results in vision issues. If not treated on time, it may even lead to blindness.

    5. Increased fatigue: The cells in your body might not get enough energy either due to absence or improper functioning of insulin in your blood. This makes you restless more often and you may even feel too weak to do your regular activities.

    If you notice any of these signs, get the level of sugar in your checked and take the required remedies. It is good to get it treated as early as possible rather than facing immense trouble in future.
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    General Physician
    Gastroesophageal reflux disease, or GERD, as it is commonly known is a digestive disorder that is caused primarily due to intestinal distress. GERD is caused in the muscle that lies between the oesophagus and the stomach, when the acid produced in the stomach starts to flow backwards. For patients suffering from GERD, the acids flow back into the oesophagus instead of the stomach, causing symptoms like severe heartburn, chest pain and nausea, among others.

    So what does one do to deal with GERD? Here's a brief list:

    - Control weight: Being overweight and obese are two of the most important factors that contribute to discomfort in GERD patients. Working towards a healthier weight is a sure shot way of dealing with this ailment.

    - Avoid alcohol and smoking: The LES or the muscle ring that can be found between the stomach and the oesophagus relaxes with the intake of alcohol or with smoking, which prevents it from closing, in order to stop the stomach's juices from reaching the oesophagus. So, giving up both substances would be a good idea if you are a GERD patient.

    - Go gluten free: Adopting a gluten free diet can help you cut ingredients, including grains and dairy products that contain more protein than what your digestive tract can handle.

    - Other dietary measures: In order to handle GERD effectively, you will need to remove or reduce chocolate, fatty food, spicy food, and even oily and fried food from your diet. You may need the help of food with extra fibre, like fruit, so that food can pass through the digestive tract faster.

    - Smaller and well timed meals: Eating meals regularly and dividing them into smaller meals that can be digested quickly and more efficiently is one of the best ways of dealing with GERD to prevent the onset of backward flowing stomach acids.

    - Exercise: Ensuring that you do not take a nap or lie down right after a meal and doing exercise everyday will also help in doing away with the uncomfortable and painful symptoms of this disease.
    Making lifestyle changes is one of the best ways to deal with GERD. Yet, it would be best to see a doctor regarding severe cases where the symptoms do not abate and medication may be required.
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    General Physician
    Dear patrons,

    We all are in a rat race to look fit and slim. Many a times we choose to have a food item which is sugar free, zero calorie and artificially sweetened. Hoping we get the taste and not the flab. Little do we realize that we are harming ourselves in the long run.

    Chemicals like aspartame, acesulfame, sucralose, lactitol are used as sugar substitues. Some of them are harmful for the kidneys in long run and can cause cancer. Alcohol derivatives like lactitol can give you osmotic diarrhoea because of their high osmolarity, thus they have a laxative effect.

    The best is to avoid these artificial sweetners and eat a healthy diet. Eating right proportion of food at the right time with right exercise will help us to achieve the health goals and the slim body that we all dream of.

    So say no to artificial sweetners and yes to healthy diet and exercise
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    General Physician
    High blood pressure or hypertension is a condition where the long term force induced by blood on the artery walls may lead to health complications. In some cases high blood pressure can be a chronic condition without any visible symptoms. The normal value of blood pressure is 120/80 mm hg. Even if high blood pressure doesn't have any obvious symptoms, it can cause significant damage to cardiovascular health and blood vessels. Uncontrolled hypertension exposes you to the risks of stroke and cardiac arrest. Following are the causes and complications of hypertension:

    Causes of hypertension

    The causes of hypertension vary depending on the two types of the condition namely - primary hypertension and secondary hypertension. In case of primary hypertension there are hardly any identifiable causes.

    Secondary hypertension can occur due to the following causes:

    1. Certain medications like contraceptives, painkillers and some other drugs

    2. Sleep disorders

    3. Problems related to the kidney

    4. Tumors in the adrenal gland

    5. Thyroid issues

    6. Congenital heart defects from birth

    7. Drug abuse

    8. Excessive consumption of alcohol

    Complications of hypertension

    1. Persistent high blood pressure can result in atherosclerosis - hardening of the arteries. This can severely wreck cardiovascular health and cause stroke, heart attack or other complications.

    2. Hypertension can also result in a disorder called aneurysm in which the blood vessels tend to swell and weaken. Rupture of an aneurysm can be fatal.

    3. Heart failure is one of the most serious complications associated with hypertension. It becomes increasingly difficult for the heart to pump blood along with the high pressure. Consequently the heart muscle thickens and leads to cardiac arrest.

    4. Hypertension can also lead to kidney problems. Narrowing and weakening of certain blood vessels present in the kidney can cause organ failure.

    5. It can also lead to eye problems and sometimes even loss of vision due to narrowing or thickening of blood vessels in the eye.

    6. Metabolic syndrome, which refers to a cluster of deficiencies in the metabolism of your body including high triglycerides, low levels of good cholesterol (high density lipoprotein) and high levels of insulin. These metabolic disorders increase the risk of developing diabetes and other complications.

    7. Uncontrolled high blood pressure and interference with your ability to remember and think. It can trigger memory loss and affect your understanding and deriving skills.
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    General Physician
    A big hello to everyone and greetings for the summer!

    With the temperatures soaring high this summer it is very important to take following precautions to keep us healthy:

    1) drink plenty of water.

    2) stay indoor when sun rays are most harsh from 10 am to 4pm.

    3) use sunscreen daily 20 min before stepping out. Reapply every 2 hrs.

    4) systemic antioxidants can protect us from free radical damage. Tablet o screen is a good potential candidate for the same.

    5) eat plenty of fruits to get quality vitamins daily.

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    General Physician
    The multifunctional vitamin: Vitamin d3.

    Vitamin d3 deficiency has reached epidemic proportions in an urban city like Mumbai. Most of us lead a hectic and stressful life with not much sun exposure. Dark skin individuals do not get as much d3 from the sun as compared to white skin. This leads to a deficiency state. Sun is the only source of vitamin d3 for us . It is manufactured in the skin under the influence of sun rays.

    Vitamin d3 is important for many body functions. It is important for the bones, heart, lungs, sugar control, immunity, joints and almost every human function.

    If you are deficient in Vitamin d3 this needs urgent attention and redressal. I would invite you to get your Vitamin d3 levels checked and correct the deficiency.

    I am holding a Vitamin d3 camp at my clinic in the next few weeks. Please message me for more details about the same.

    Dr Hardik Thakker.
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    General Physician
    Importance of anti-oxidants in our diet:

    As we lead our lives in Mumbai, we are exposed to a lot of stress and pollution. These generate free radicals in the body which cause ageing

    To counteract these free radicals our body needs anti-oxidants. These neutralise the free radicals and keep our body and skin young and glowing.

    One should eat the following food items to get enough anti-oxidants:

    1) Almonds

    2) Fruits especially with bright orange and red skin.

    3) Tomatoes and vegetables.

    4) Fish oil

    5) Vitamin E capsules

    6) Glutathione supplements

    7) Green tea

    8) Red wine

    9) Reseveratrol supplements.

    10) Vitamin C

    For more details on these supplements, you can get back to me.

    Dr Hardik Thakker.
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    General Physician
    Why should we have breakfast everyday?

    Breakfast is the most important meal of the day for everyone. However, as per studies 97% of Indian population skips breakfast. College and school going students top this list. Only 3 % actually have it in the morning.

    Breakfast gives you the energy needed to start the day with energy and enthusiasm. It also boosts immunity and protects one from infections like TB and others which one can get from others. It prevents catabolism and muscle loss. Gym going guys looking to bulk must pay extra heed to the breakfast.

    Some classical breakfast items include:

    1) sugar free museli with glass of slim milk and 1 banana


    2) a protein milk shake and 1 apple


    3) oat meal along with an orange


    4) 4 egg whites with a salad and 1 serving of juice.

    For more information please message me.
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    General Physician
    Importance of sunscreen and summer skin care.Dear patrons, as we know the summers are approaching soon. Here are some skin care tips for the summer months:1) Use a sunscreen with minimum SPF 30 to protect from skin cancer. The sun rays contain UV-A rays which cause skin darkening and UV-B rays which cause cancer. A broad spectrum sunscreen will protect against both.2) Keep indoor between 10 am and 4pm when sun is maximum.3) Use full sleeve clothes, protective clothing and hat when in sun.4) Use a detan mask regularly.5) Have diet rich in vitamin C and antioxidants.You can reach me for any specific questions on summer skin care. We also offer skin rejuventation peels with glycolic and lactic acid at our clinic.
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  • MD
    General Physician
    Dear patrons, the vaccine for H1N1 swine flu is now available with us. let me know if u wish to get vaccinated. Cost Rs 1200 , one shot only.
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    General Physician
    As we are all aware that there is an explosive outbreak of H1N1 swine flu infection in India. The high risk groups are pregnant women, people above 60 years of age, infants and children. I would recommend you the following to keep yourself protected and also help in stopping the spread of infection:

    1) If you have fever and cough, seek immediate treatment. Insist on testing for H1N1 and take Tamiflu as per results.

    2) Use handkerchief when you cough. Cover your mouth and nose to prevent spread to others.

    3) Isolate those patients who are positive for H1N1.

    4) Eat healthy food and exercise daily to keep your immunity intact.

    5) Vitamin C is a good immunity booster for viral infections.

    6) Avoid travel to areas where there is an outbreak.

    7) Use N95 mask for protection - especially nurses and other health care workers who deal with positive patients.

    8) Get yourself vaccinated with influenza vaccine - especially those who are in the high risk group.

    If you have any more questions, please contact me.

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