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The Child Care

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Near Shani Mandir, Landmark : Near Shani Mandir, Cuttack Cuttack
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The Child Care is known for housing experienced Pediatricians. Dr. Pravas Chandra Subudhi, a well-reputed Pediatrician, practices in Cuttack. Visit this medical health centre for Pediatricians recommended by 106 patients.

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Cuttack, Odisha
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Dr. Pravas Chandra Subudhi

MBBS, MS - Pediatric, DNB - Pediatric Surgery
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42 Years experience
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Cystic Fibrosis- Causes and Symptoms!

DDF, FCCP, MD , MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
Cystic Fibrosis- Causes and Symptoms!

Cystic Fibrosis is a genetic disorder that is known to affect some of the vital organs of the body including the lungs, digestive system to name a few. For long it was believed that cystic fibrosis affects a person in their childhood. However, various research and studies suggest that adults are also susceptible to this inheritable disorder. In this article, we will discuss the cause and symptoms associated with cystic fibrosis.

Cause
The epithelial cells that line the stomach, nasal cavity and lungs, are responsible for the production of the digestive fluids, sweat, tears, mucus. The Cystic Fibrosis Transmembrane Conductance Regulator (CFTR) gene codes for a protein called the CFTR protein. The CFTR protein, a membrane protein plays a pivotal role in transporting the chloride ions of the epithelial cells inside and out of the cell. This regulation of the chloride ions goes a long way in ensuring that the mucus produced is free-flowing and thin.

In the case of Cystic Fibrosis, the CFTR gene that codes for the protein undergoes a mutation. With the CFTR protein unable to perform its function, sticky and thick mucus builds up and clogs some of the major systems of the body including the digestive system, reproductive, and respiratory system. There is also a higher salt content in the sweat of the affected person.

For a person to be affected by cystic fibrosis, he/she must inherit a copy of the mutated CFTR gene from both the parents ( Autosomal Recessive Disorder) at birth.

Symptoms
The symptoms associated with cystic fibrosis depends on the organs and systems affected.

  1. The thick mucus formed can clog the digestive tract resulting in incomplete absorption of the essential nutrients from the food. This may have an impact on the overall growth and development of the body.
    • - There may be stunted growth or no weight gain.
    • - The stool may appear greasy and foul smelling. Some may also suffer from constipation.
    • - Newborns and infants may suffer from an intestinal blockage.
  2. Cystic fibrosis, left unattended can lead to diabetes, intestinal blockage or obstruction.
    • - The mucus can also block the bile duct triggering a host of problems including liver disorders.
    • - At times, the obstruction or blockage can occur at the junction where the large and the small intestine meets (Distal intestinal obstruction syndrome).
  3. The thick mucus can also affect the lungs and the respiratory system by blocking the tubes that act as a passage carrying the air inside and out of the lungs. As a result,
    • - A person may suffer from lung infections frequently.
    • - There may be difficulty in breathing, stuffy and blocked nose, or wheezing.
    • - Some people may also suffer from a chronic cough with a thick sputum.

Left untreated the complications can worsen resulting in

Nasal polyps, Chronic infections, Hemoptysis (there is blood while coughing), and Pneumothorax (air fills up in the space bifurcates the chest wall from the lungs).

In severe cases, there may be a respiratory failure.

Cystic fibrosis can also trigger fertility problems (both in males and females).

Him My baby suffering from bronchi pneumonia. Today she haven little bit cold & cough. She was 15 months old. Please suggest any syrup thank you.

M.D. HERBAL
Alternative Medicine Specialist, Dehradun
Him My baby suffering from bronchi pneumonia. Today she haven little bit cold & cough. She was 15 months old. Please ...
Give black zinger tea, Tulsi-Basil droop, respicare syrup, apply castrol oil warm on the chest at bed time, may contact for any assistance.
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Sir my baby is suffering cough and mucus in chest. Please guide Ascoril LS drops dosage for 4 month old baby.

MBBS
General Physician, Jaipur
Sir my baby is suffering cough and mucus in chest. Please guide Ascoril LS drops dosage for 4 month old baby.
It's good but give him bronchiodilators also. Please contact me privately for further details on treatment.
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My baby boy 4 months old, he has colic pain almost in the evening and we give him colicaid, and then he feel relaxed and within few minutes he become hungry. Is there way to reduce or completely remove his colic pain? Our pediatrician said it's colic pain, can we identify that it is colic pain or anything else? Colicaid also remove other pain of stomach?

MBBS, Diploma in Child Health
Pediatrician, Nellore
My baby boy 4 months old, he has colic pain almost in the evening and we give him colicaid, and then he feel relaxed ...
See first you do not use gripe water. It contains alcohol. And the evening colic is a quite normal in newborns. Do not worry about it. you can use colic aid. you cannot completely remove his colic pain. It will decrease as the baby grows.
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My pediatrician gave me ascoril for my 6 months old but reading it up online it says that it's not recommended for children under 4 years will this affect my baby in any way the dosage she was given was 1.5 ml 2 times daily. I really need an answer.

MBBS, Diploma in Child Health
Pediatrician, Nellore
My pediatrician gave me ascoril for my 6 months old but reading it up online it says that it's not recommended for ch...
Cough is a protective phenomenon. It will not cause any life and death problem. So use cough syrups only if the cough is more troublesome. You can use the ascoril syrup for 6 months. No problem.
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Hello Doctor, My baby is 2 months old. I'm going to college for 3 hrs. Can I prefer lactodex 1 for 1 time to my baby.

Diploma in Child Health (DCH)
Pediatrician, Aligarh
Hello Doctor, My baby is 2 months old. I'm going to college for 3 hrs. Can I prefer lactodex 1 for 1 time to my baby.
Mixed feeding is not recommended. You can express your breast milk and keep it in refrigerator when you go to work. Someone at home can feed the baby by spoon.
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Understanding Dyslexia - What All Should You Know

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, Fellow In Pain Management, DM - Neurology
Neurologist, Delhi
Understanding Dyslexia - What All Should You Know

Dyslexia is a neurological condition which makes learning a difficult process in children. Children suffering from dyslexia find themselves incapable of reading and learning as compared to their peers. Dyslexia occurs when the brain cannot process graphic symbols. This causes difficulty in recognizing, spelling and also decoding words. The effect of this condition varies from one person to another and is most often a lifelong condition. It can also vary as a result of different ages in people. However, a slower reading level is one common characteristic that is present in all dyslexic children.

Dyslexia is a strictly neurological condition that has little to do with a person’s intelligence. It can also occur as a result of genetic conditions. Early detection of the condition can help in improvement before he or she reaches adolescence. A thorough evaluation process of the child will include the following aspects IQ level, language skills, ability of word recognition, phonological processing, automaticity skills, fluency skills, family history and also knowledge of vocabulary.

The most common symptoms of dyslexia include:

  1. Trouble reading
  2. Very slow progression to milestones such as walking, talking, crawling and learning to ride a bicycle.
  3. Slow development of speech
  4. Trouble with hand-eye coordination
  5. A slow rate of learning when it comes to data
  6. Problem with speech
  7. Very poor concentration span
  8. Children suffering from dyslexia are more prone to developing certain autoimmune diseases such as eczema and asthma.

Dyslexia is sometimes subdivided into a number of categories such as Surface Dyslexia, Rapid Deficit Dyslexia, Visual Dyslexia and Phonological Dyslexia.

There is no medical treatment for dyslexia and help generally includes assigning reading specialists, child psychologist, speech-language pathologists and child neuropsychologists.

Certain practices that you yourself follow when dealing with your dyslexic child are:

  1. Praise your child from time to time
  2. Remind your child that being dyslexic has nothing to do with intelligence levels
  3. Mix with other parents who have dyslexic children and interact with them about ways and strategies to heighten the child’s confidence level.
  4. Deal with your child patiently.

HI, Mera navratra fast chal hai mera son 4 month kaa hai. He is only having mother feed aur main singare ka aata Kha rhi hu mere bete ko KAL se cold cough hai isse koi problem to nhi hai.

CCEBDM, PG Diploma In Clinical Cardiology, MBBS
General Physician, Ghaziabad
HI, Mera navratra fast chal hai mera son 4 month kaa hai. He is only having mother feed aur main singare ka aata Kha ...
You should take more fruits and and milk products do 1.Plenty of rest and breast milk. 2wash hands before touching baby. 3Keep baby away from sick people. 4Keep baby away from smokers 5Breastfeed for as long as you can. 6Do some massage and expose baby to sun 15/ 20mmts. 7Watch for fever / activity level / feed quantity 8Medicine can not be advised for open question ,For medicine contact on private chat.
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Hi, whenever I am giving milk to my 5 years son. he will get loose stool problem.

BHMS, Diploma in Dermatology
Homeopath, Hyderabad
Hi, whenever I am giving milk to my 5 years son. he will get loose stool problem.
A loose stool after eating is usually not a long-term problem and may be a one-off event. However, chronic loose stools can be an issue for weeks. Loose stools after eating can be an indication of food poisoning, lactose intolerance, or infections.
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Hi, I have a daughter who s 2.5 years old and she eats more chocolates my question s whether eating chocolates does’t harm? And if so how to avoid chocolates nor which chocolates s good and healthy for her Please suggest me she s very much addicted to chocolates I’m struggling a lot for this.

Diploma in Child Health (DCH)
Pediatrician, Aligarh
Hi, I have a daughter who s 2.5 years old and she eats more chocolates my question s whether eating chocolates does’t...
Avoid too much of chocolates. Choclates are beneficial according to some studies. But in limited quantity. May cause dental caries. Try to get rid of this.
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