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Dr. B B Middha

MBBS, MS

General Surgeon, Delhi

47 Years Experience  ·  500 at clinic
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Dr. B B Middha MBBS, MS General Surgeon, Delhi
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Hello and thank you for visiting my Lybrate profile! I want to let you know that here at my office my staff and I will do our best to make you comfortable. I strongly believe in ethics; a......more
Hello and thank you for visiting my Lybrate profile! I want to let you know that here at my office my staff and I will do our best to make you comfortable. I strongly believe in ethics; as a health provider being ethical is not just a remembered value, but a strongly observed one.
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Dr. B B Middha is an experienced General Surgeon in Moti Nagar, Delhi. He has been a practicing General Surgeon for 47 years. He is a qualified MBBS, MS . He is currently associated with Middha Clinic in Moti Nagar, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. B B Middha and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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MBBS - S.B College, - 1971
MS - Rothak, - 1977
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English
Hindi

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My skin is dark and acne bhi h and mere bahut cream bhi try ki h par use aur dark ho jada h please suggest best treatment for acne pimples and fair skin.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
My skin is dark and acne bhi h and mere bahut cream bhi try ki h par use aur dark ho jada h please suggest best treat...
Mix 1 teaspoon each of honey and milk, and apply the paste over your face and neck. Apply a paste of 1 teaspoon turmeric powder and 3 teaspoons fresh lemon juice on darkened skin. Beat an egg well and apply the fluffy mixture to your face. Wash it off after it's dry.
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I have developed rough patches of skin on one side (near thumb) of my index finger. Small patches have also developed on other fingers of both palms. These patches are hard and develop cracks over time. I guess that these are due to allergies to soap and handwash. But due to hygiene issue I can't avoid them. This is a chronic problem problem which keeps repeating. Please help.

MD - Dermatology , Venereology & Leprosy
Dermatologist, Ahmedabad
I have developed rough patches of skin on one side (near thumb) of my index finger. Small patches have also developed...
Dear lybrate-user, you could be having hand eczema which is a chronic problem. Use very gentle soaps for hand washes and always moisturise your hands. Avoid any detergents as far as possible. Meanwhile, make it a point to see your dermatologist to get any medication prescribed.
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Meri age 22 yr, h. Aur abhi se mere ankho ke niche dark circle pdhne lge h. Ye kafi jyada ho gye, ankho ke niche kalapn ho gya. Mujhe chsma b lga h bt maine Dr. Se slah li thi to unhone kha tha ki ye. Read more.

BHMS
Homeopath, Faridabad
Meri age 22 yr, h. Aur abhi se mere ankho ke niche dark circle pdhne lge h. Ye kafi jyada ho gye, ankho ke niche kala...
Hi. Dark circles can be temporary (means happens after any recent or chronic diseases or underlying medical condition, insufficient sleep, nutritional deificiency, working long hrs. On computer, lack of rest, stress/ tension, etc.) which can be improved by fixing the underlying cause or the problem or can be inherited from your parent's genes which can't be treated or cured! management: eat healthy and on time. Avoid junk. Drink plenty of water (as dehydration can cause dull or patchy skin). Sleep well. Wear anti-glare spectacles while working on computer. Reduce your stress/ tension through yoga, meditation or any other excercises (it not only improves your blood circulation, but also reduces the production of stress hormones by the body as well as increases happy hormones in the body). Use sunglasses regularly and not to forget to apply a thick layer of bakson's suncare sunscreen liberally, 20-30 minutes before stepping out in the sun and apply the same again after 3-4 hours if you have exposure to sunlight for long hours. Take homoeopathic medicines - cina 1m/ one dose daily at night for 10 days. Schwabe's alfalafa tonic/ 1 tsp thrice a day daily for 20 days and revert me back about the condition. Apply bakson's under eye cream twice daily (in morning and at night) and medicynth's whitch hazel cream and bakson's under eye cream twice - in morning and at night daily.
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On my foot I can see 3 to 4 small hard skin with dark color in the center. And when im pressing on it I can feel small pain.

MD, MBBS
Dermatologist, Chennai
On my foot I can see 3 to 4 small hard skin with dark color in the center. And when im pressing on it I can feel smal...
Probably it's corn feet. Medicine available for good improvement. As the treatment varies depending on the severity. Send photos of the affected area, for accurate diagnosis and treatment.
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Hey doctor I want to know the symptoms of mumps? What are the precautions to be taken? Would be great if you help me out. Please do it fast.

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
Hey doctor I want to know the symptoms of mumps? What are the precautions to be taken? Would be great if you help me ...
The symptoms of mumps usually develop 14 to 25 days after becoming infected with the mumps virus (this delay is known as the incubation period). The average incubation period is around 17 days. Swelling of the parotid glands is the most common symptom of mumps. The parotid glands are a pair of glands responsible for producing saliva. They're located in either side of your face, just below your ears.Both glands are usually affected by the swelling, although only one gland can be affected. The swelling can cause pain, tenderness and difficulty with swallowing.More general symptoms often develop a few days before the parotid glands swell. These can include: • headache • joint pain • feeling sick • dry mouth • mild abdominal pain • feeling tired • loss of appetite • a high temperature (fever) of 38C (100.4F), or above In about one in three cases, mumps doesn't cause any noticeable symptoms. To help prevent spreading the virus, anyone with mumps should be kept away from school, university or work until five days after symptoms begin. The same precautions used in cold and flu prevention help stop mumps from spreading: proper hand washing and using a tissue to catch sneezes, then putting it in a bin straight afterwards. If someone has already had mumps as a child, they usually have lifelong immunity, although second infections have been known. The number of children having the MMR ( measles, mumps and rubella) jab fell for some time after a false scare about safety of the vaccine - which was later discredited. As a result of this, there are teenagers and young adults who didn’t have the vaccine in childhood who are at risk if they don’t get a catch-up jab. Vaccination against mumps may also be advised for unvaccinated adults travelling to parts of the world where it is more common.
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I have dark skin on my butt and penis. The rest of my body is a lighter skin color.

MD - Consultant Physician, Doctor of Medicine, MD
General Physician, Ahmedabad
I have dark skin on my butt and penis. The rest of my body is a lighter skin color.
Avoid perspiration Wear a dry under garment Use mycoderm powder Eat all colour veg and fruits Drink lots of water
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I am 30 years old female I got Dark circle and i have to work in front of computer for 7 to 8 hours my friend suggest me to use Lacto Calamine Lotion is this the right way or anything else there to solve my problem please give me a solution

BHMS
Homeopath, Faridabad
I am 30 years old female I got Dark circle and i have to work in front of computer for 7 to 8 hours my friend suggest...
Hello, Follow these points for improving the dark circles: Management: Wear anti-glare spectacles while working on computer. Reduce the brightness of the computer screen first starting the work as it may cause more strain on your eyes. Avoid continuous staring the computer screen and frequent blinking of eyelids to be done. Keep taking small breaks in between after a gap of every 1 hr. (I know it's little inconvenient, but not impossible!) The area under your eyes has very sensitive skin, so never use chemical bleach. Reduce your stress/ tension through yoga, meditation or any other exercises (it not only improves your blood circulation, but also reduces the production of stress hormones by the body as well as increases happy hormones in the body). Use sunglasses regularly when you are in the sun and not to forget to apply a thick layer of Bakson's Suncare Sunscreen liberally, 20-30 minutes before stepping out in the sun and apply the same again after 3-4 hours if you have exposure to sunlight for long hours. Diet: Vitamins A, C, E and K are essential to healthy skin and most effective when applied topically. Although vitamin-deficiency dark circles are uncommon, consuming vitamin C can strengthen blood vessel walls, inhibit the melanin-producing enzyme, defend cells from free radicals and rejuvenate the skin’s collagen. Strawberries, pineapples, grapefruit, tomatoes and raspberries are sufficient sources of vitamin C. Broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, kale, spinach, romaine lettuce, green beans, asparagus and bell peppers are other sources. Orange, vitamin A-laden fruits and vegetables such as papaya, mangoes, peaches, pumpkins, sweet potatoes, carrots, butternut squash, winter squash, cantaloupe and dried apricots can promote strong, firm skin. Turnip, beet and mustard greens as well as collards, dark lettuce and green peas are additional sources. Hazelnuts, almonds, sunflower seeds, Swiss chard, legumes, shellfish, fish, plant oils and tofu contain vitamin E, which maintains strong, elastic skin and fights the enzyme that breaks down collagen. Vitamin K regulates blood clotting and strengthens capillary walls to prevent blood leakage. Broken capillaries leak deoxygenated blood to form dark circles. Sage, oregano, thyme, celery, cucumber, leeks, prunes, grapes, pears, plums, kidney beans and eggplant contain vitamin K. If anemia is responsible for the dark circles under your eyes, eat a protein-rich diet to increase the supply of oxygenated blood. Iron deficiencies hinder the supply of oxygen in body tissue and make the bluish veins more pronounced. Inadequate iron levels impair tissue production and slow the creation of new skin. Incorporate brown rice, oatmeal, lentils, spinach and prunes into your diet as well as vitamin C to aid iron absorption. Egg yolks, chicken and lean beef also contain iron. Foods with omega-3 fatty acids, like salmon and walnuts, increase blood flow below the skin’s surface. Tiredness causes dark circles; it reduces circulation and dilates blood vessels. Foods with sleep aids like melatonin, serotonin or tryptophan prepare the body for a full night’s rest and combat sleep-deprivation dark circles. Melatonin is found in oatmeal, whole-grain bread, cherries, nuts and oats. Tryptophan is in turkey, hummus and almonds. Dark chocolate’s serotonin makes it a great after-dinner treat. Honey and chamomile, passionflower and lemon balm teas also induce sleepiness. Drinking the recommended amount of water per day -- while avoiding caffeine, alcohol and high-sodium foods and beverages -- can boost circulation and elasticity. The Institute of Medicine recommends drinking nine to 13 glasses of water each day. Indulge in some kind of exercise like walking, jogging. Yoga, especially pranayama is known to improve skin health. Medication: Take homoeopathic medicines - Cina 1M/ one dose daily at night for 10 days and Ruta G. 200/ twice daily for 2 months. Schwabe's Alfalafa Tonic/ 1 tsp thrice a day daily for 20 days and revert me back about the condition. Apply Bakson's Under Eye Cream twice daily (in morning and at night) and Medicynth's Whitch Hazel cream and Bakson's Under Eye cream twice - in morning and at night daily.
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If you have a normal skin what should be try to avoid wrinkles and improve your skin tone suggest a best cream or medicine for good results. The cream should be uSed for long time use or for ever so it must be very safe.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
If you have a normal skin what should be try to avoid wrinkles and improve your skin
tone suggest a best cream or med...
I will suggest you to apply aloevera gel twice a day for six months over the face and follow up on completion.
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I have very black heads & hair foolish on nose and very open pores on nose and cheek, some area in a black patches around nose and head.

MD, MBBS
Dermatologist, Chennai
I have very black heads & hair foolish on nose and very open pores on nose and cheek, some area in a black patches ar...
Blackheads, Acne or pimples. Due to hormonal changes. Oily skin causes it. Common in adolescent age. May occur in adults also. Food like Oily foods, ice cream, chocolate and sweets increase it. Treatment depends on the grade of pimples or acne. So, please send photos by direct online consultation as it's a must to see which grade of pimples or acne for accurate diagnosis and treatment.
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I have a small small blackhead Acne in my face & after that blackspot in my face. My skin is oily. Recommended me which medicine I can use & which type of facewash for the treatment of my acne problem.

DHMS (Hons.)
Homeopath, Patna
I have a small small blackhead Acne in my face & after that blackspot in my face. My skin is oily. Recommended me whi...
Hello, pimples, shedding under eyes, oily skin, tenning, dryness of skin, & wrinkles cause due to irregular life style, insomnia. Junk food, stress, anxiety but taking d natural recourse will, carry away the tresses making your skin sebum free and soothing. Tk, plenty of water free from contaminants to hydrate your whole body and to regulate your metabolism to absorb essential minirals, vit, protein, fatty acid, carbohydrates, omega-3 to nourish & smooth, your skin. Go, for meditation to reduce your stress and to nourish your cells, tissues and whole body to allow your skin to b fresh, non oily & glowing. Tk your meal easily digestible, non-oily, non-irritant, simple, on time. Tk, apples, cheese, carrots, papaya, rajama, soyabeen, spinach, almond, walnuts to enjoy wellness. Tk homoe medicines: @ berb. Aqua q-10 drops, thrice with little water. Y @ echinecea q- 20 drops, with 20 drops of water, apply locally. Twice. Ensure sound sleep at least for 7/8 hrs in d night. Avoid, junk food, caffiene, dust, scorching sun, fried, spicy intake, cookies, pizza & burger. Your feedback will highly b appreciated for further, follow up. Tk, care.
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