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Dr. Amit Gupta


General Physician, Delhi

35 Years Experience  ·  300 at clinic
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Dr. Amit Gupta MBBS, DTCD General Physician, Delhi
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My favorite part of being a doctor is the opportunity to directly improve the health and wellbeing of my patients and to develop professional and personal relationships with them....more
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Dr. Amit Gupta is a trusted General Physician in Madhu Vihar, Delhi. He has had many happy patients in his 35 years of journey as a General Physician. He has completed MBBS, DTCD . You can meet Dr. Amit Gupta personally at Dr Amit Gupta Clinic in Madhu Vihar, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Amit Gupta on has top trusted General Physicians from across India. You will find General Physicians with more than 33 years of experience on You can find General Physicians online in Delhi and from across India. View the profile of medical specialists and their reviews from other patients to make an informed decision.


MBBS - MAMC (Delhi), - 1983
DTCD - VP Chest Institute Delhi, - 1989
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I am suffering from stomach infection. The specialist stated that there is no permanent cure. It will occur again after the gap of few months. Can it be cured permanently with the help of ayurveda or homeopathy.

BHMS, MD - Homeopathy, PhD
Homeopath, Delhi
I am suffering from stomach infection. The specialist stated that there is no permanent cure. It will occur again aft...
Hello Yes, any form of infection can be treated significantly if the immune system is strengthened. Homoeopathy has shown the best of results in such cases. Homeopathic medicines are quite effective in fighting symptoms of stomach infection. You must also take probiotics (yogurt, curd, probiotic drinks ), Bananas as they maintain the healthy gut and are easy to digest. Banana is also a good source of potassium that is usually lost due to vomiting or diarrhoea. Rice, dalia, fresh fruits should also be added to your diet. Avoid outside food and drink plenty of water. Kindly consult a good homoeopathic doctor near by or contact us through audio or video call for further analysis of your case. Take care.
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Hi. I have a foot fetish and strong attraction towards female feet. Moreover I have a strong submissive nature too and always think about being a submissive to someone and be at feet.

MD-Ayurveda, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine & Surgery (BAMS)
Sexologist, Haldwani
Hi. I have a foot fetish and strong attraction towards female feet. Moreover I have a strong submissive nature too an...
Hello, Every person has his own sexual fantasy so nothing to get ashamed of. Unless and until your fetish is nit affecting your daily activities it's absolutely fine.
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Masturbation Hazards - When Vacuuming The Erection Really Sucks

MD - General Medicine
Sexologist, Delhi
Masturbation Hazards - When Vacuuming The Erection Really Sucks

Masturbation Hazards - When Vacuuming the Erection Really Sucks

In the mid-1980s, the British Medical Journal published a series of case reports in which middle-aged men had what appeared to be a catastrophic response to cleaning. Somehow, in the midst of their home-improvement efforts, they trapped delicate penile cells in the intake of the family vacuum cleaner, and they were wounded in the process. These men generally claimed that they had tripped, or that the machine somehow happened to turn itself on as they were walking by in an unfortunate naked state.

In this day and age, fewer men would find it necessary to produce such a cover story. In fact, many men who happened to harm their willies with the vacuum would have no problem explaining just what they were doing in the hopes of keeping future fappers from falling to the same fate. And yet there seem to be new cases of vacuum masturbation injuries each and every year. The suction is just too enticing, and men seem to lose their minds at the thought. Avoiding the temptation is key to an intact penis, but if the call can't be avoided, a trip to the doctor's office is just part of the penis care that might be needed to amend the damage.

Vacuum Basics

The standard vacuum is capable of delivering a sucking sensation due to a precise dance that involves a motor and a series of tiny, whizzing fans. When the motor clicks on, air moves through the vacuum through the work of these moving fan blades, and in most cases, the blades don't shut off when they come into contact with something solid. They keep whirring and whirring until that object is broken into small pieces that can fit inside the bag of the vacuum.

Most men believe that their vacuums have blades that are buried deep within the appliance. In reality, some vacuums have blades that are just 5 inches from the intake to the device. An erect penis could easily reach 5 inches or even longer, especially when the tissues are stretched and pulled by the suction of the fan. As a result, a penis that starts off feeling wonderful could emerge in chopped-up bits.

Using an attachment isn't safe, either, as the tubes sold in attachment kits tend to be the same diameter as an erect penis. The tight fit can be delightful, but when the vacuum is turned on, the suction can be powerful enough to cause intense blood blisters. In some cases, the trapped blood simply breaks through the skin, causing rips and tears that are slow to heal.

Standard Care

Most vacuum-based injuries are treated in hospital emergency rooms. Here, surgeons take a peek at the damage left behind, and they use a variety of needles and threads to patch the skin back together. In extreme cases, men lose entire parts of their anatomy, but superficial injuries typically require little more than a few stitches and some time to heal.

As a man heals, he might be required to:

  • Urinate through a catheter for several days
  • Take oral antibiotics to stave off infection
  • Stay celibate until the skin no longer bleeds
  • Apply ice to keep the swelling down
  • Less-dangerous Options for At-home Entertainment

Men tempted to go to extremes with masturbation often end up with dry, desensitized skin. As a result, it is more difficult to detect a normal level of sensory stimulation, so they are forced to get a little more creative when the urge arises.

Instead of turning to household appliances, men are better off sticking with the tools of the trade that are designed for the purpose. Flexible sleeves, vibrators, and similar tools that can be purchased at the local adult emporium may be a better choice for men who need a little extra stimulation. In using these items, it is important to follow instructions and exercises any recommended safety measures.

In addition, using a penis health creme (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil) on a daily basis can help to protect the penile skin, as well as promote healing when friction-related injuries do occur. These products contain vitamins that can nourish skin cells and nerve cells, allowing the penis to feel every little tingle of pleasure that's possible without resorting to more dangerous tools.

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I married for last 2 years. We have no child right now but expecting from last 1 year. My wife aged 24 years had conceived once in nov 2014 but unfortunately it was aborted after some spotting and from now onward my wife has facing some problem with her menstrual cycle, which has disturbed and not regular means once in two month. After consult with somr doctors they have informed that my wife having pcos problem. Please advice, how to overcome this problem.

MBBS (Gold Medalist, Hons), MS (Obst and Gynae- Gold Medalist), DNB (Obst and Gynae), Fellow- Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (ACOG, USA), FIAOG, MRCOG (London, UK)
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
Pcos infertility is easy to treat with high success rate. We have to regularise cycle before starting pregnancy treatment. She should also maintain normal weight.
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Hello My issue is headache. Daily my head continues pain after sun rushing getting problem. I can't controlling my pain, why?

Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicines and Surgery(BAMS), Post Graduation Diploma in Emergency Medicines And Services(PGDEMS), MD - Alternate Medicine
Ayurveda, Ghaziabad
My issue is headache. Daily my head continues pain after sun rushing getting problem. I can't controlling my pa...
Hi take pranacharya no tens capsule 1_1 twice a day...1-1 drop of cow ghee in both nostrils at night time before sleep...take shirshooladi vajra ras twice a day with honey....avoid tea and coffee
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After sex till how many days we bleed? Is it normal? I feel a bit pain while peeing too. Will it affect my periods cycle? Should I consult a doctor. Is it possible that I might be bleeding as I had birth control pill.

fellow in Obstetric Medicine , MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Hyderabad
hello, you dont normally bleed after sex..! it cud be coz of the pills but yoy shud see a doc who cud probably examine you to make sure allz well..!
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My mother is 56 years old and she is suffering from severe urine infections where in she is having ayurvedic medicine but she has a sleepless night with frequent urine. Kindly suggest for the same.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), diploma in anorectal disease , master in ayurveda
Ayurveda, Kolhapur
My mother is 56 years old and she is suffering from severe urine infections where in she is having ayurvedic medicine...
Take liquid cital 1 spoon 4 times a day with a glass of water take tab gokhuradi gugule 2 tab two times day after food.
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I am suffering from cold and cough from past three days and I also have body pain, please suggest me what can I do?

General Physician, Cuttack
I am suffering from cold and cough from past three days and I also have body pain, please suggest me what can I do?
Take paracetamol, plenty of water.Do steam inhalation and warm saline gurgling 3-4 times daily.You have to take antibiotic with cough syrup after consulting doctor
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Sir I have a issue related to my sweat it have skunky odour with high rate of water come out from my body. What should I do?

PGD In Ultraasonography, Non Invasive Cardiology Course, MD - Medicine, MBBS
General Physician, Narnaul
Excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis) is a common problem, especially of the palms, armpits and soles. It can be distressing and can have a serious impact on your life. In some cases, affected people avoid social contact with others because of embarrassment about the problem. However, the condition is usually treatable. What is excessive sweating? Normal sweating helps to keep the body temperature steady in hot weather, during a high temperature (fever), or when exercising. Excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis) means that you sweat much more than normal. Even when you are not hot, anxious, or exercising, you make a lot of sweat. Excessive sweating is classified into three types (as follows). It is important to know which type you have, as the causes and treatments are very different. Primary (idiopathic) focal hyperhidrosis This means that excessive sweating occurs in one or more of the following focal places: palms of the hands; soles of the feet; armpits (axillae); face/scalp. You sweat normally on the rest of the body. It tends to be symmetrical - that is, both palms, both feet, both armpits, etc, are affected. The exact cause is not known and it is not associated with any other conditions. (The word idiopathic means of unknown cause.) It just seems that the sweat glands in these areas are overactive or more sensitive than normal. In some people, it may run in the family so there may be some genetic factor involved in causing it. It usually first develops under the age of 25, but it can develop at any age. Men and women are equally affected. It is common and affects about 3 in 100 people. The severity can vary from time to time. It may come and go and can be made worse by triggers such as anxiety, emotion, spicy foods, and heat. Anxiety about the sweating itself may make it worse. However, for most of the time, nothing obvious triggers the sweating. It tends to be a long-term condition, but symptoms improve in some cases over time. If you have the typical symptoms of primary focal hyperhidrosis, you usually do not need any tests. Your doctor may suggest one or more treatments (below) if normal antiperspirants do not work well. Secondary focal hyperhidrosis This is uncommon. It means that the excessive sweating occurs in a particular focal part of the body. But, unlike primary focal hyperhidrosis, there is a known or likely cause. For example, a spinal disease or injury may cause sweating in one leg. Any focal sweating that is not symmetrical (that is, just in one hand, or one leg, etc) may suggest a secondary cause rather than primary focal hyperhidrosis which is usually symmetrical. Your doctor may suggest some tests to look for an underlying cause if one is suspected. Generalised hyperhidrosis This means that you sweat more than normal all over. This is less common than primary focal hyperhidrosis. However, it is usually caused by an underlying medical condition. A whole range of conditions can cause a generalised increased sweating. For example: Anxiety disorders. Various heart problems. Damage to nerves in the spinal cord. Side-effects to certain medicines. Various hormonal problems (including an overactive thyroid gland). Infections. Certain cancers. If you have generalised hyperhidrosis your doctor is likely to examine you and do some tests to find out the cause. Treatment depends on the cause. The rest of this leaflet is only about primary focal hyperhidrosis. What are the possible complications of primary focal hyperhidrosis? Although not a medically serious condition, excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis) can be distressing and embarrassing. For example, if you have bad palm sweating you tend to have a cold, sweaty handshake and sweat may drip from your hands on to work documents, computer keyboards, etc. If you have bad armpit sweating, you may become embarrassed by the frequent wet patch that develops on clothes under your arms. You may need to change clothes during the day. You may avoid social contact or avoid doing sports because of embarrassment about the condition. Other complications are uncommon. In some cases, the affected skin can become sore, irritated and prone to infection. There is a risk of developing eczema on affected skin. Initial treatment options for primary focal hyperhidrosis General tips and advice The following may be all that you need if the condition is mild. They may help in addition to other treatments in more severe cases. If you find that soaps irritate the affected skin, use a bland soap substitute such as a moisturiser (emollient) ointment or cream. If possible, avoid triggers which can make things worse such as heat or spicy food. If you have armpit sweating: Try using normal antiperspirants regularly. (Note: there is a difference between antiperspirants and deodorants. Antiperspirants reduce the release of sweat; deodorants mask any unpleasant smells. Avoid clothes that more easily show up sweat marks. As a rule, white and black coloured clothes are less noticeable when wet than other colours. Wear loose clothing under the armpits. Avoid clothes made with man-made fibres such as Lycra® and nylon. Consider using dress shields (also known as armpit or sweat shields) to absorb excess sweat and protect delicate or expensive clothing. These can be obtained via the internet or the Hyperhidrosis Support Group (contact details below). If you have excessive feet sweating, it can help to: Change your socks at least twice a day. Use an absorbent foot powder twice daily. Wear a different pair of shoes on alternate days. This allows them to dry fully. Avoid sport shoes or boots. These are often less breathable than normal shoes are, so are more likely to keep the sweat in. Aluminium chloride - a strong antiperspirant If normal antiperspirants do not work, it is worth trying an antiperspirant that contains aluminium chloride. This is a strong antiperspirant. It is thought to work by blocking the openings of the sweat ducts. It tends to work best in the armpits. However, it may also work for sweating of the palms and soles. Although it may also work on the face, some doctors do not recommend using this on the face, as it may cause severe eye irritation if it gets into an eye. There are several brands of aluminium chloride-based antiperspirants which you can buy at pharmacies. You may also be able to get some on prescription such as Anhydrol Forte®. It is important to use aluminium chloride-based antiperspirants correctly. Read the instructions that come with the product you use. These usually include the following: Apply to clean, dry skin. (It is more likely to cause irritation on wet or moist skin.) Therefore, wipe the skin dry with a towel or dry flannel before applying. Some people use a hairdryer to make sure the skin is dry before applying. Ideally, apply at night (bedtime) when the sweat glands are less likely to be as active. Wash it off the next morning. Do not shave the area 24 hours before or after use. Avoid getting it in the eyes, and do not apply on broken or inflamed skin. Some doctors do not recommend that you apply this treatment to your face. Apply every 24-48 hours until the condition improves. Then apply once every 1-3 weeks, depending on response. (It may take a few weeks to build up its effect. This is because it is thought to clog up the sweat gland gradually, which causes a gradual reduction in sweating.) If successful, treatment can be continued indefinitely. You may only need to apply it once every 1-3 weeks to keep the sweating under control. Note: aluminium chloride antiperspirants often cause skin irritation or inflammation. If this occurs, it is often still worth persevering if the irritation is tolerable, as the benefit may outweigh the irritation. To reduce the effects of any skin irritation or inflammation that may occur: Reduce frequency of use; and/or Apply a moisturiser (emollient) every day after applying the aluminium chloride; and/or Apply a short course of a mild steroid cream such as hydrocortisone 1% to the affected area twice daily for a maximum of 14 days. (Steroid creams reduce inflammation.) Other treatments for primary focal hyperhidrosis If the above general measures and antiperspirant treatments do not work, your doctor may suggest that they refer you to see a skin specialist (dermatologist). The specialist may suggest one of the following treatments. Iontophoresis This is a treatment that uses electrical stimulation. It is used mainly to treat sweating of the palms and/or soles. It can also be used to treat armpit sweating. It works well in most cases. Treatment involves putting the affected areas (usually hands and/or feet) into a small container filled with water. A small electrical current is then passed through the water, from a special machine. It is not dangerous, but may cause some discomfort or a pins and needles feeling. The exact way this helps to treat sweating is not known. It may help to block the sweat glands in some way. You will usually need 3-4 treatment sessions per week. Each treatment session lasts 20-40 minutes. Most people see an improvement after 6-10 sessions. A maintenance treatment is then usually required once every 1-4 weeks to keep symptoms away. If the treatment does not work with tap water, a drug called glycopyrronium bromide is sometimes added to the water. This may improve the rate of success. However, iontophoresis does not work in every case. Also, some people develop side-effects from the treatment, such as a dry or sore mouth and throat, and dizziness, for up to 24 hours after each treatment episode. Until recently the downside to iontophoresis was that it required a trip to hospital for each treatment session. This can be time-consuming and impractical for some. However, modern machines are smaller and can now be bought for home use. So, if you find that this treatment works for you, you may wish to consider buying a machine to use at home. However, you should take advice from the specialist who recommended iontophoresis for you before you buy a machine. You should not have iontophoresis if you are pregnant, or have a metal implant, such as a pin to fix a bone break (fracture), or if you have a pacemaker. Botulinum toxin injections This is an option that usually works well for armpit sweating. Treatment consists of many small injections just under the skin in the affected areas. The botulinum toxin stops the nerves in the skin that control the sweat glands from working. Botulinum toxin is not licensed to treat sweating of the palms and face. This is because there is a risk that the injections may stop some of the nearby small muscles of the hands or face from working. The downside of botulinum toxin is that the effect usually wears off after 4-12 months. Therefore, to keep working, the treatment needs repeating when the effect wears off. Some people get mild flu-like symptoms for a day or so after treatment. Also, the sites of the injections can be sore for a few days after treatment. A severe allergic reaction can (rarely) occur after an injection. It is also very expensive and not usually available on the NHS. Surgery An operation is an option for people who have not been helped much by other treatments, or if other treatments cause unacceptable side-effects or problems. For armpit sweating - an option is to remove the sweat glands in the armpit. There are various techniques. One technique is to remove the sweat glands from the underside of the skin through a small hole cut in the skin (called suction curettage). A recent innovation has been to use a laser to destroy the sweat glands in the armpit - laser sweat ablation (LSA). This may result in less scarring than other surgical techniques. However, there have not been any studies looking at the long-term outcome with laser treatment. For palm sweating - an option is to have an operation to cut some of the nerves that run down the side of the spinal cord. These nerves control the sweat glands in the hands. The operation is called endoscopic thoracoscopic sympathectomy. It is done by keyhole surgery, using a special telescope to locate the nerve, and then to cut the nerve. Most people are pleased with the result of the operation. However, a complication that may occur following this operation is a compensatory increase in sweating in other parts of the body (such as in the chest or groin). This can be worse than the original problem in the hands. Before you undergo surgery, you should have a full discussion with the surgeon. He or she will explain the pros and cons of the different surgical techniques, chance of success (usually high), and possible risks and complications. For example, as with any other type of surgery, there is a small risk from the anaesthetic. Also, wound infection and damage to other nearby structures, although uncommon, are other possible complications. Surgery is not usually done for sweating of the soles. Although cutting the nerves next to the spinal cord in the lower back region may cure the problem of sweating, there is a high risk of this also affecting sexual function.
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My 9 month old child has hydronephrosis by birth. Ureterostomy done 5 days ago. His creatinine is 0.9. Potassium 5.8 & urea 67. Weight 6.8. Please suggest diet.

Diploma in Child Health (DCH)
Pediatrician, Delhi
My 9 month old child has hydronephrosis by birth. Ureterostomy done 5 days ago. His creatinine is 0.9. Potassium 5.8 ...
Kidney function tests will settle down in due course of time post surgery. Regular follow up with ultrasound and kidney fn tests -KFT AND SALTS-K, Na, Calcium be done. No special diet needed, proteins moderate amt till KFT normalises.
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