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Dr. Arvind Sabharwal - Pediatrician, New Delhi

Dr. Arvind Sabharwal

Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS), MCh-Pediatric Surgery, MS...

Pediatrician, New Delhi

40 Years Experience  ·  1000 at clinic
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Dr. Arvind Sabharwal Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS), MCh-P... Pediatrician, New Delhi
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Dr. Arvind Sabharwal is a renowned name in the field of Paediatric Surgery with more than 30 years of surgical experience. He holds the unique distinction of successfully separating Pyopa......more
Dr. Arvind Sabharwal is a renowned name in the field of Paediatric Surgery with more than 30 years of surgical experience. He holds the unique distinction of successfully separating Pyopagus twins for the first time in India and has presented this case in the World Congress of Paediatric Surgery in 2010. He has over 10 years of university teaching experience in the field of surgery and paediatrics.
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Dr. Arvind Sabharwal is an experienced Pediatrician in Vasant Kunj, Delhi. He has been a practicing Pediatrician for 39 years. He has completed Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS), MCh-Pediatric Surgery, MS - General Surgery, MBBS. He is currently practising at Skin and Surgery Clinic in Vasant Kunj, Delhi. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Arvind Sabharwal on Lybrate.com.

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Education
Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS) - Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh - 1996
MCh-Pediatric Surgery - PGIMER, Chandigarh - 1988
MS - General Surgery - PGIMER, Chandigarh - 1981
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MBBS - Medical College Amritsar - 1978
Languages spoken
English
Hindi
Awards and Recognitions
University Gold Medal, MBBS, Amritsar
Silver Medal for standing 2nd in M.S (Surg)
Professional Memberships
Indian Association of Pediatric Surgeons
Indian Association of Pedaitrics
Indian Medical Association (IMA)
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Pediatric Endoscopy Surgeons of India

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Hi My baby girl 7mnths27 days hai Baby ka head garm ho jara body garam ni hori but head hi garam hojara please kya wajhe hai. please gve me rply plz.

MBBS
General Physician, Fatehabad
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My baby girl 7mnths27 days hai Baby ka head garm ho jara body garam ni hori but head hi garam hojara please kya wa...
Hi, baby's head is warm usually when the baby is teething. It is normal, do not worry. However, Check for fever: That gives a much more accurate assessment of the body temperature. Your baby's body functions differently from adults. So, do not worry if your baby has a hot head.
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My daughter is 5 years old her hair is very thin not even a little finger size I use coconut oil Nad clinic plus shampoo can you suggest Me what to do to make her hair thick oil shampoo and food that can be given.

MD - Paediatrics
Pediatrician, Zirakpur
My daughter is 5 years old her hair is very thin not even a little finger size I use coconut oil Nad clinic plus sham...
Cnslt skin specialist fr any local infctn if any. But mostly this is due to dietary deficiencies which needs to be corrected first.
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My 6 months old baby unhappy always and irritated all the time what should I do shall I go for child counselling shown to 6 pediatrician in my city all says he is perfectly normal but doesn't want to lay down want to be held always worried very muc doesn't show interest in toys too plzz help.

MBBS, MD
Pediatrician, Gurgaon
My 6 months old baby unhappy always and irritated all the time what should I do shall I go for child counselling show...
Either child remain hungary or attached to mother too much. Now child should be given cereal soups three times and breast feed 6 hourly interval.
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The child female baby of 2 years weight 14 kg height 2'11" usually avoid food grain items to consume but tempted to take non veg items like chicken mutton etc. Proper immunization schedule carrying on and bears a normal health. She doesn't want to take milk. Always seems to inclined to have mother milk. Otherwise craves a lot at night. Child is living in a area where ameobesis is commonly seen among the people. Don't taking any vit drops or otherwise any medicine. Shud I expect any medicine or not. What's about her craving for mother milk. Pl advice and guide.

MBBS, Diploma in Child Health (DCH)
Pediatrician, Gondiya
The child female baby of 2 years weight 14 kg height 2'11" usually avoid food grain items to consume but tempted to t...
child do develop likening of mother's milk. Also her tastes developed for non veg items. You should stop breast milk or at least give at night times only for few months . you can give milk in other forms. kheer..halwa etc . start cow's milk by glass or flavoured milk.. Make her eat other veg items. Gradually she will develop taste for other items also.
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Hi, My 4 years daughter is suffering from fever and stomach pain followed by vomiting from Thursday. Dr. Told fever is due to cold. She has cold and cough. Stomach pain and vomit is due to gas. He prescribe sumol ds, sporidex ds, levolin, and lanzol. She took this medicine from Thursday but no improvement. Is anything serious? Please suggest something.

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Dear Ms. lybrate-user Gut /stomach flu is a typical seasonal infection common in toddlers or young children, Abdominal pain cramps nausea and fever with or without diarhhoea are usual symptoms accompanied, vomiting & diarhoea usual recovers ina day or 2 so is the pain, if they all persists beyond 2 days you require to re evaluate the case with your doctor, however following may help you 1-If child appears ill from face, sleepy and inactive 2-mostly pain in stomach or tummy ache causes child to double up, pains are more or so around belly button, if pain happens to other areas such as deeper down to right side etc you require to check with doctor asap 3- if loose motion is blood tinged you require to show to doctor 4- prolonged vomiting may cause dehydration, any signs such as dry mouth or creasy skin may require you to rehydrate her and show to doctor asap 5- burning in urine or child avoiding to pass urine or any pain during may be the sign of UTI and require to seek doctors help As such fever below 100F, Bearable pain abdomen or mild vomiting or less freq, If child is eating well and active you need not to worry, she may recover soon, presence of any of the above will require you to be vigil and seek help of doctor immediately. Take care & wish dhrubika to recover quickly.
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Hi I have a three and half year old child and she is getting fever very frequently along with caught and running nose. Caught is very sever, some times when she is caught she will vomit. We will consult a doctor they will give some medicine then she will be ok for two three days and again she will get fever. Today she is getting fever every three hours. Could you please advise us.

MBBS, DNB (Pediatrics)
Pediatrician, Kolkata
If your child is getting recurrent fever , cough and cold, It could be bcause of various reasons. !) We need to treat fever and current infection 2) we need to search for cause of recurrent infection. Please provide me more detail so that I can help you better.
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I am blessed with a baby boy. He is 7 wks old. After exposure to sun for 25 days daily in morngs n evngs for cure of jaundice my lo had into turned into darker colour. I am fed up with my neighborhood and relatives comments as me and my husband are fair. Can I please know when he can turn into original colour? Right now I am using tedibar soap after using Himalaya which did not suited. And olive oil for massage. Please suggest me soap and when my lo can turn back to original complexion?

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Pediatrician, Bangalore
I am blessed with a baby boy. He is 7 wks old. After exposure to sun for 25 days daily in morngs n evngs for cure of ...
Hi doctors usually will not endorse any beauty products in their practice. And I don't think changing of soap will bring back the complexion all of a sudden. Continue the same one you are using. It's not always the soap which will make babies dark. Be happy with baby. Enjoy life with your baby. Thanks.
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Dear Doctor, my daughter is 6 months old. Mai usko kya kya khila sakti Hu. Aur kitni quantity Main. Uska weight bhi Kam Lagta hai. 6.8 kg. Kafi patli Lagti hai. Weight ki liye kya Karu?

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Dear Doctor, my daughter is 6 months old. Mai usko kya kya khila sakti Hu. Aur kitni quantity Main. Uska weight bhi K...
1. Always start with a single food. Either a fruit, vegetable or grain. Avoid a mixture of foods. You can start with mashed fruit first. The presence of digestive enzymes in fruits helps the baby to digest them better. After a week, while you continue feeding fruit, you can start rice water (kanji), after a week clear dal soup or boiled vegetable water. You can also try feeding ragi milk extracted from soaked ragi / finger millet. 2. Always follow the 3 day test rule for every food you introduce. Wait for the results until the 4th day. 3. Introduce new foods to your baby during breakfast or lunch. Avoid trying new foods during the later time of the day. 4. A 6 month old baby can eat only a tsp of mashed food initially, slowly increase the quantity to a tbsp and then more. 5. Use stainless steel or glass bowls and cups for preparation of baby foods. Avoid plastic ware even made of any superior material, including virgin plastic or graded as BPA free. Any kind of plastic ware consists of plasticizers that are used to make the containers flexible. Plasticizers are similar to BPA and are an endocrine disruptor. Even BPA free plastic and virgin plastic ware have chemical plasticizers. Please use google search for more info. 6. Always feed the baby in a calm, quite environment and in a steady place like on the lap or in a high chair or on the floor. 7. While feeding, refrain the baby from activities like watching a TV show, playing with a hand held gadget like mobile, and tablet or game devices. Some of these emit radiation that is not good for the baby. 8. Meal time has to be a learning for the baby, speaking to your baby about the food – its texture, taste and color helps the baby to develop a liking for the food. Or narrate a good story to the baby, do not encourage the baby to talk while eating. This may seem to be over disciplined but this is the only way I have found to grow fuss free kids. They will begin to love any food that is served. 9. Introduce water from a steel cup or a glass not from a feeding bottle or sipper. A 90 ml cup is best suited. This makes the transition from teat to cup easy when the baby grows up.
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Migraine - How Ayurveda Can Help You Treat it!

MD - Ayurveda, B.A.M.S.
Ayurveda, Ajmer
Migraine - How Ayurveda Can Help You Treat it!

Are you looking for an ideal treatment and management for various kinds of headaches? Do you suffer from migraine headaches? You should opt for Ayurvedic treatment, which is considered to be very effective in dealing with headaches of various types.

Migraine headaches

Migraine is a form of headache that is known as Sooryavata according to Ayurvedic principles. Such headaches worsen during sunrise, peak during the afternoon and tend to reduce during evening. Migraine occurs because of an excessive stimulation of blood vessels in the brain. A person affected with migraine is likely to experience nausea and vomiting, along with a throbbing headache on one side of the head. Migraine headaches can be caused due to hormonal changes, allergy from certain food items or excess stress. Apart from regular exercises and a proper diet, the most effective Ayurvedic remedies for dealing with migraine headaches are as follows:

  • Shirolepa or the applications of herbal pastes on the head is effective for pacifying pitta dosha. Camphor, jatasmansi, and sandalwood are also effective.
  • Shiro Dhara, an Ayurvedic therapy, where a thin stream of liquid is poured over your scalp is helpful.
  • Taila dhara is effective for migraine headaches as well, in which oils such as chandanadi taila and ksheerabala taila are used for treatment.

Cluster headaches
Cluster headaches refer to headaches on one side of the head. It is known as Suryavartham according to Ayurveda. These consist of a series of short, but painful headaches, stretched over weeks or months together. Such headaches occur because of disruptions in the nervous system. Usually, the pain starts early in the morning in the eyes. There are several Ayurvedic remedies for the management of cluster headaches. Some of them are as follows:

  • Use an ointment or paste made of dried ginger and Kermpferia.
  • Use a paste of Indian aloe vera ,asafoetida and coriander for pain relief.
  • Grind cumin seeds and mix it with lemon juice. Keep the mixture on the painful area of your head for quick relief.
  • Have coconut water.

Recurrent headaches
Any form of headache, which tends to reoccur after some time instead of ending is referred to as recurrent headache. There are several Ayurvedic remedies for the effective management of recurrent headaches. They as are as follows:

  • Boil one teaspoon of haritaki powder in water and drink it.
  • Massage your neck gently using warm calamus root oil.
  • Lie down with your nostrils parallel to the ceiling, and apply sesame oil in your nostrils. This is known as nasal therapy.

There are several other Ayurvedic remedies that are effective in dealing with all forms of headaches. You should consult an Ayurvedic practitioner for getting the most ideal remedy for your problem.

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