Treatment of Nasal Disorders
Nosebleed (Epistaxis) Treatment
Salivary Gland Surgery
Reconstructive Middle Ear Surgery
Microsurgery Of The Larynx
Revision Ear Surgery
Revision Ear Surgeries
Scar Revision Surgery
Reconstructive Surgery Procedures
Canalith Repositioning (Cr) Procedure
Cysts Removal Procedure
Treatment for Laryngotracheal Anomalies
Ear Micro Surgery
Micro Laryngeal Surgery
Earlobe Repairs Procedure
Auditory Processing Procedure
Earlobe Repair Procedure
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Going into surgery can be scary for anyone and it was same for me when I underwent surgery last year but Dr Meena Agrawal was very reassuring and explained me the whole process and was very supportive. The surgery went well and I will always be grateful to her.
I fee that Dr Meena Agrawar is very humble with their patients. They care all their patients as a family members.
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Dr. Meena Agrawal is a very knowledgeable and committed to her professional work .
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Feeling low blood pressure and weakness, dizziness,suggest some immediate remedy to make her feel normal.
My breast is leaking from couple of days. I was on antibiotics from 2 weeks due to cold and cough. But I am not sure what is the reason behind leakage of breast. I am sure there is nothing related to pregnancy in this case. Please advise!
I've had a close relative who recently died unexpectedly due to a brain haemorrhage. The symptoms were as plain as a blackout/dizziness (which I've experienced myself multiple times). The person was 67 and was perfectly healthy who underwent regular checkups. I'd like to know what can one do to prevent this from happening and recognize the symptoms as soon as possible. The person just slipped into coma (which just looks as if the person's in deep sleep) and none of us could even realize that something was so amiss. Also, could it be possible that there might be an undetected aneurysm that led to this?
My son having tonsils pain and feeling like cold from 1 day also having body pain like muscles pain.
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Using an Ear Bud twice a week is very normal because we do not want the wax to be there in our ear. We consider it a sign of being unhygienic. But, are we doing the right thing by removing it? How often should we clean ears? Let’s see the truth behind ear wax.
1. Lubricating factor: Ear wax should not be removed! Removal of earwax will make the ear dry and dull which will result in itching. Ears need wax for lubrication and that’s the reason it’s always advised not to use cotton swabs or ear buds for removing ear wax.
2. Acts as a shield: Earwax is not as bad and dirty as we tend to think. Infact, it is good to have ear wax as it acts as a shield by saving our ears from dust, bacteria and other micro-organisms which create irritation and infection in them.
3. Cleanliness of ears could result in perforation of eardrum: When you are trying to clean up your ear, you might be pushing the wax further inside which will block your ear and that could make you have hearing problem. Perforation of the eardrum at times calls for a surgery.
4. Earwax, a natural cleanser: Earwax has got antifungal and antibacterial properties which makes it useful for the ears. It is also a self-cleanser in a way that one doesn’t have to remove wax, it automatically comes out either by getting dried up or in any other form and that’s the time you can bring it out.
Although we think that having wax in ears is bad but it’s good and healthy. Yes, you must get it cleaned every once in awhile if it’s causing irritation. It has its own way of coming out without the use of ear buds. So, stay away from ear buds as much as you can.
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I have hole in my ear petal many Dr. Suggested me to do operation. Water comes out of my ear everyday and it smell really bad? Is that a serious problem please help me. I am really afraid of operations and stitches. Is there any other way that I can get reed off it.
Sir I am 36 years old I am suffering from ear pain in my left ear from last 3 month. I have take many tables for this.
Hi, I'm 27 years old female. I'm having tonsil stones since last month. I never had them before. I keep removing them but they keep coming back again and again. I feel so annoyed. Codul you please help to stop them from coming.
I have sinus problem from last 4 years and every morning my nose get blocked, what should I do? M taking medicines from last 4 years but still no relief. Tried everything. Allopathic, Homeopathy n currently ayurvedic. Is there any permanent solution for sinus?
I have developed a glommus jugular tumour (internal) behind the right ear. It all started 2-3 years back with heart pulsation sound in the right ear & hearing loss. Kindly suggest remedy.
I have sinus problem for last 2 years.I used to consult doctor but it gives me temporary relief.pls give me solution to this
Sir, When sinusitis problem increase then ear swell up means feel very heavy. Due to this listening affect. Sir, please tell me any exercise or medicine so that I can reduce this problem.
I am a 32 years old male, I have perforated right eardrum, please advice what are the precautions that I need to take for it to heal quickly. Also can I take steam in this case.
I am 58 years male. Whenever I have to travel by air, I have a harrowing experience. There is a lot of pain in my both ears. Despite trying so many ear drops, painkillers, the pain persists with the result I feel frightened to travel by air. Kindly advise the cause and remedy of this. Thanks.
If you feel embarrassed at the loud noise associated with a sneeze and try to suppress it, think again. Your dedication to your board room etiquette can cost you much more than you could possibly imagine. Sneezing is your body’s natural reaction to eliminating harmful bacteria and germs from your system.
During a sneeze your stomach is pulled in and your diaphragm (the thin muscular sheet separating the respiratory system from your stomach) is pulled taut. Your esophagus is pulled back and is in action mode to literally 'spring’ into action and thus eliminate the germs (in the form of mucus) right out of your body. There is considerable force applied in process of ‘burst exhalation!’ When you hold back the sneeze mid-way, you apply a considerable amount of counter force to your body’s natural mechanism. This can cause you to swallow your own tongue (leading to a painful situation that can be even fatal!) or you may risk tearing the linings on the insides of the esophagus and injuring your voice box or the larynx.
The suppression of a sneeze can cause massive built up pressure in our skull which can lead to bursting of ear drums, blood vessels tearing and even brain hemorrhage.
In fact, there have been recorded cases of spinal damage, slipped discs and even rib cage injuries when people have been too polite to let out a sneeze amidst company.
Next time, do not hesitate to let out the noise and the germs as you sneeze. Use a hand sanitizer afterwards to avoid spreading germs though.
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