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6-1-1059/a-5 khairatabad opp vasavi hospital beside taj complex
Hyderabad , - 500004
Details for Dr. Shazia Naaz
Deccan College of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad
Past Experience
Duty medical officer,Assistant in Gynaecology and Obstetrics at taiba hospital
  • MBBS
    General Physician
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  • MBBS
    General Physician
    Here are a few tips to avoid the asthma triggers:

    1. Keep your house fume-free.

    2. Perfumes, and soaps, can be a problem for some children with asthma. Any product with a strong smell releases chemicals into the air. For a child with asthma, these fumes can cause an attack.

    3. Avoid exposure to strong smell of oil paints, turpentine, perfumed candles, etc.

    4. Keep windows closed during evening as pollen count is high.

    5. Wash sheets and other bedding in hot water at least once a week to limit dust mites. You can also cover pillows and mattresses with special dust-proof covers.

    6. Avoid keeping pets like birds, dogs and cats.

    7. Limit your use of pesticide sprays when you can. Keep cockroaches out of your home by keeping food in airtight containers or in the fridge and keeping your trash tightly covered.

    8. Prevent mold growth. Get a/c cleaned regularly. Use exhaust fan while cooking or showering to prevent mold growth.

    9. Avoid smoking.

  • MBBS
    General Physician
    1.Most febrile seizures occur in the first few hours of a fever, during the initial rise in body temperature.It occurs usually in children in age groups 3mths -5-6yrs.
    2.Most febrile seizures last only a few minutes and are accompanied by a fever above 101°F (38.3°C). Although they can be frightening for parents, brief febrile seizures (less than 15 minutes) do not cause any long-term health problems.
    3.Having a febrile seizure does not mean a child has epilepsy.
    4Children at highest risk for recurrence are those who have:

    their first febrile seizure at a young age (younger than 18 months)
    a family history of febrile seizures
    a febrile seizure as the first sign of an illness
    a relatively low temperature increases with their first febrile seizure

    What should be done in case of febrile seizure:

    >Note the start time of the seizure. If the seizure lasts longer than 5 minutes, call an ambulance.
    > The child should be taken immediately to the nearest medical facility for diagnosis and treatment.
    >Call an ambulance if the seizure is less than 5 minutes but the child does not seem to be recovering quickly.
    >Gradually place the child on a protected surface such as the floor or ground to prevent accidental injury. Do not restrain or hold a child during a convulsion.
    >Position the child on his or her side or stomach to prevent choking. When possible, gently remove any objects from the child’s mouth. Nothing should ever be placed in the child's mouth during a convulsion. These objects can obstruct the child's airway and make breathing difficult.
    >Seek immediate medical attention if this is the child’s first febrile seizure and take the child to the doctor once the seizure has ended to check for the cause of the fever. This is especially urgent if the child shows sym.ptoms of stiff neck, extreme lethargy, or abundant vomiting, which may be signs of meningitis, an infection over the brain surface.

  • MBBS
    General Physician
    A migraine headache can cause intense throbbing or a pulsing sensation in one area of the head and is commonly accompanied by nausea, vomiting, and extreme sensitivity to light and sound.
    Some migraines are preceded or accompanied by sensory warning symptoms (aura), such as flashes of light, blind spots, or tingling in your arm or leg.

    Self-care measures can help ease the pain of a migraine headache:
    1. Try muscle relaxation exercises, yoga and meditation
    2. Get enough sleep, but don't oversleep
    3. Keep a headache diary
    4. Avoid triggers. Reduce your caffeine and alcohol intake and avoid tobacco.
    5. If you're a woman who has 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. Eg birth control pills and hrt
  • MBBS
    General Physician
    Swine flu: do's and don'ts

    1. Don't expect seasonal flu vaccination to prevent swine flu.
    2. Don't count on a face mask to prevent swine flu infection.
    3. Try avoiding crowded places during a peak seasonal rise of swine flu.
    4. Keep sick children at home avoid sending to school.
    5. Make an attempt to encourage your childs school to spread awareness amongst all parents about the swine flu thourgh strict instructions.
    6. Working staff should be recommended to take a sick leave in case of flu symptoms.
    7. Don't get complacent.
    Cover your nose and mouth when you cough or sneeze. Use a tissue or your arm -- not your hands.
    Wash your hands often with soap and water, especially after you cough or sneeze. Or use an alcohol-based hand cleaner.
    Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth.
    Try to avoid close contact with sick people.
    Stay home if you are sick until at least 24 hours after you have been free of fever of 100 degrees fahrenheit or more, or signs of fever, without using fever-reducing medicines.
  • MBBS
    General Physician
    Dengue is a self limiting acute mosquito transmitted disease characterized by
    Fever, headache, muscle, joint pains, rash, nausea and vomiting. Its transmitted by the aedes mosquito. Various
    Factors responsible for the resurgence of dengue epidemic are: (i) un-precedented
    Human population growth; (ii) un-planned and un-controlled urbanization; (iii)
    Inadequate waste management; (iv) water supply mismanagement; (v) increased
    Distribution and densities of vector mosquitoes;(vi) lack of effective mosquito control
    Has increased movement & spread of dengue viruses and development of hyper
    Endemicity and (vii) deterioration in public health infrastructure.
    Some favoured breeding places for mosquitoes:
  • Dr. Shazia Naaz
    answered 11 months ago
    Hello, take these preventive measures: >avoid triggers. Certain foods, perfumes, bright light and loud sound should be avoided. >exercise regularly. Obesity is also thought to be a factor in migraine headaches, and regular exercise can help you maintain a healthy weight or lose weight. > avoid or reduce the medications you take that contain estrogen. These medications include birth control pills and hormone replacement therapy. Talk with your doctor about the appropriate alternatives or dosages for you. >try muscle relaxation exercises. >maintain a headache diary. >rest and relax. >meditate and try yoga. >manage stress.
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  • Dr. Shazia Naaz
    answered 11 months ago
    Hello, you have mentioned your age as 23 yrs, are you suffering from type one dm (i. E insulin dependent)? what medications are you taking for asthma. Get a cxr done along with a cbp. You will need a skin allergy testing to be done to find out your triggers. Specific medications like: monteleukast tablets, salbutamol inhalers and budesonide may be required. Your treatment needs to be individualised depending on how many attacks you have per month or week. Whether you have nocturnal symptoms. Other than this follow these measures: >keep your windows closed during the evening as pollen count is very high, especially during this season. >keep furniture to a minimum. >dont keep carpets especially in bedrooms. >you bed linen needs to changed every 2 weeks. >curtains need to be changed frequently. >keep your self away from any fumes be it paint or cigarette. >cockroaches shouldnt be allowed to proliferate in the house. >keep window grills, furniture free of dust by getting it dusted with a moist cloth. >maintain a diary about your asthma attacks, the medications used, and specific triggers. This will help you find out any specific triggers. >avoid undue exertion and strenuous exercise. > physical activity is an important part of a healthy lifestyle. Talk with your doctor/me about medicines that can help you stay active. An asthma action plan gives guidance on taking your medicines properly, avoiding asthma triggers (except physical activity), tracking your level of asthma control, responding to worsening symptoms, and seeking emergency care when needed asthma is treated with two types of medicines: long-term control and quick-relief medicines. Long-term control medicines help reduce airway inflammation and prevent asthma symptoms. Quick-relief, or" rescue, medicines relieve asthma symptoms that may flare up.
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  • Dr. Shazia Naaz
    answered 11 months ago
    Hello, bedsores are easier to prevent than to treat, but that doesn't mean the process is easy or uncomplicated. And wounds may still develop with consistent, appropriate preventive care. Follow these steps which will minimize the occurence of sore: 1. Position changes are key to preventing pressure sores. These should be frequent to avoid pressure on one area. If your brother has enough upper body strength, he cantry repositioning himself using a device such as a trapeze bar. Caregivers can use bed linens to help lift and reposition you. This can reduce friction and 2. Taking good care of skin. Clean the area regularly with saline, keep it dry, prevent sweat and moisture collection. Use talcum powder to lessen the moisture. 3. Eating a healthy diet. Choose a healthy diet. You may need to increase the amount of calories, protein, vitamins and minerals in your diet. You may be advised to take dietary supplements, such as vitamin c and zinc. 4. Frequent changing of bedsheets. 5. If bed pan is being given it should be done in a proper manner to avoid any spillage of contents on the bedsheet or mattress. 6. Use of a good mattress. Use special cushions, a foam mattress pad, an air-filled mattress or a water-filled mattress to help with positioning, relieving pressure and protecting vulnerable areas. Your doctor or other care team members can recommend an appropriate mattress or surface. 7. Try elevating your brother to an angle of 30 degrees by placing pillows. 8. Protect bony areas with propering cushioning instead of directly making him lie on the hip. Any bony area i. E ankle, knee, lower back need to be protected. 9. Inspect the skin daily. Inspect the skin daily to identify vulnerable areas or early signs of pressure sores. 10. Drink enough to keep the skin hydrated. 11. Quit smoking 12. Stay active. Limited mobility is a key factor in causing pressure sores. Daily exercise matched to your abilities can help maintain healthy skin. A physical therapist can guide with exercises that can be done. Good day!
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  • Dr. Shazia Naaz
    answered 11 months ago
    Hello, according to your history, you fbs should be anywhere between 72-108 mg/dl or 4-6mmol/l and plbsshould be less than 140mg/dl or 8mmol/lthis is 2 hrs after the meal. Yes you require to take a blood test for this. Fasting means you need to have an empty stomach for atleast 6-8hrs, preferrably 8hrs. And post prandial is 2hrs after you have a meal. You can check this at home regularly with help of the glucometer. Butits preferable at your age to get it checked at 6mths interval or best I would suggest you to take a glycosylated hb test that is hba1c to monitor your blood sugar level at 3-6mths when required. This is more superior in knowing your sugar control over past 3-6mths. Take care.
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  • Dr. Shazia Naaz
    answered 11 months ago
    Hello, firstly try to reduce your weight by a diet plan and exercise. You can try yoga/any other for of exercise. Try cutting out carbohydrates and saturated fat ie reduce the amount of rice consumption by adding wheat. Eat less amount of red meat if you are a non veg. Fish is very healthy. Steamed, baked items are healthy. If hungry in between take a bowl of salad or fruits. Cut down on sweets. Get your cbp and thyroid profile done, so also your lipid profile. Consult me after investigations. Good day!
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  • Dr. Shazia Naaz
    answered 1 year ago
    Hello, you will require migraine aborting medications. Take paracetamol 500mg as soon as you get an attack of migraine. Avoid migraine triggers like strong perfumes, chocolates, drinks with high caffeine content, bright light, loud sounds. For a treatment plan you can consult me through text or audio message. Have a good day. Read the health tip I posted on migraine!
  • Dr. Shazia Naaz
    answered 1 year ago
    Hi, firstly bird flu causes through human to human contact are very rare. Secondly if at all you need to know these are the symptoms: fever, sore throat, cough, nausea, muscle pain, retro orbital pain. These can progress to pneumonia, or respiratory distress syndrome too (ards) eye infections lastly multi organ failure. There is yet no vaccine for it. Treatment is though antiviral medicine!
  • Dr. Shazia Naaz
    answered 1 year ago
    Hello , the symptoms of dengue are: high fever with chills headache and joint pains. Pain behind the eye. Rash on the body and mild bleeding from gums. You may also get nausea thanks.
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    answered 1 year ago
    Hello, symptoms of bird flu are similar to common flu ie: fever cough sore throat nausea these can progress to: pneumonia eye infections acute respiratory distress syndrome which is an emergency although its contagious and spreads easily amongst birds it uncommonly transmitted to humans. Very few cases of human to human transmission have been noted. Mainly people in contact with poultry mainly its faeces will be affected. Treatment is by antiviral medications and symptomatic treatement. No vaccine is yet present for bird flu.
  • Dr. Shazia Naaz
    answered 1 year ago
    Your friend needs medicines for fever and body ache. Other than that please get his cbc done as platelet count reduced drastically in dengue.
  • Dr. Shazia Naaz
    answered 1 year ago
    You need a prolonged course of antibiotics to eradicate the infection. If it's not working might need a throat swab to test for sensitivity of antibiotics. Revert back.
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    answered 1 year ago
    Its best to avoid hot foods and spicy dishes. You need to avoid tea, coffee, cold drinks with caffiene in them. Take cold toned milk atnight before bed to cut down acidity. Have small meals. Avoid smoking. For further treatment guidlines please inform.
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