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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; as a health provider being ethical is not just a remembered value, but a strongly observed one.
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Hi I am 35 years male n I have diabetes, high blood pressure and kidney damage and I have not able to make relationship with my wife bcz of erectile dysfunction, so pls help me with any medication or what I can do for that bcz I recently got married.

Diploma in Diabetology, P.G. Diploma in Health Science (Diabetology), Certificate Course in Evidence based Diabetes Management -, MBBS
Endocrinologist, Thane
Hi I am 35 years male n I have diabetes, high blood pressure and kidney damage and I have not able to make relationsh...
Dear lybrate-user, I can feel your anxiety and concern. Having multiple disorders require many medicines to be prescribed for each of the disorder. Diabetes can cause erectile dysfunction and many medicines can also lead to erector dysfunction. Also stress and depression associated with chronic multiple disease can contribute or cause erectile problems. It'll be prudent on your part to consult the doctor personally after letting him know proper history. This way he can help you better.
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My mom having sugar& pressure. She is taking medicines apart from tat what other fruits or food can control sugar n pressure.

MBBS
General Physician, Barmer
My mom having sugar& pressure. She is taking medicines apart from  tat what other fruits or food can control sugar n ...
take apple.bt fruits have no effect on control of diabetes rather on lot consume it increases sugar level
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I'm having pain in my chest area near heart. I don't know if my muscles are paining or my heart. It happens sometime.

MD PHYSICIAN
General Physician, Delhi
I'm having pain in my chest area near heart. I don't know if my muscles are paining or my heart. It happens sometime.
Chest pain is not always due to heart attack. There are numerous different causes of chest pain. It can be due to increased acidity, acid reflux, costochondral inflammation, muscle spasm, nutritional deficiency, lung pathology or else. You can consult to rule out each and every possibility present causing chest pain.
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My father had a heart attack when he was pretty young. Should I be worried about having one?

MBBS
General Physician,
My father had a heart attack when he was pretty young. Should I be worried about having one?
Not necessarily lead a healthy lifestyle have balanced diet avoid spicy, junk food maintain the the wt of the body as per bmi do not allow the wt gain and obese. Go for regular morning walk followed by free hand exercises and little bit of yoga and pranayum if you are drinker have alcohol in moderation. Then there should not be any problems at all.

My grandmother is gaining much pain in his back bone he is also a patient of high blood pressure please advice what to do.

Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicines and Surgery(BAMS), Post Graduation Diploma in Emergency Medicines And Services(PGDEMS), MD - Alternate Medicine
Ayurveda, Ghaziabad
My grandmother is gaining much pain in his back bone he is also a patient of high blood pressure please advice what t...
Hi Apply pranacharya restopain oil or prasarini oil on your affected part then give hot fomentation. Take maha rasnadi kwath 2-2 tsf twice a day. And agni tundi vati and maha yograj guggul 1-1 tab twice a day..
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My mother suffering from micro vascular ischemic diseases (as per CTscan). What is the treatment to recover her. Her age is 68 yrs. Kindly suggest me please.

Graduate of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery (GAMS)
Ayurveda, Delhi
My mother suffering from micro vascular ischemic diseases (as per CTscan). What is the treatment to recover her. Her ...
Micro vascular ischemic disease is extremely common among the elderly in developed countries due to the high prevalence of atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries). I recommend a diet that includes the following: An abundance of plant food, including fruit, vegetables, breads, pasta, potatoes, beans, nuts and seeds Minimally processed foods, with a focus on seasonally fresh and locally grown products Fresh fruit as the typical daily dessert, with sweets containing concentrated sugars or honey consumed a few times per week at the most Daily consumption of dairy products, principally cheese and yogurt, in low to moderate amounts and in low-fat varieties Regular consumption of fish Moderate consumption of poultry and eggs—about one to four times weekly—or not at all Small, infrequent amounts of red meat Olive oil as the principal source of fat Wine in low to moderate amounts, normally with meals We have formulations for VID (Atherosclerosis ).
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Dear Doctor, As per the latest blood test report, my Triglycerides, and HDL were very high. I was advised by a medico in Unani medicine to stop eating cashews, eggs, and mutton. But, after reading your article, I am confused. Could you please advice whether I should continue eating cashews or stop it?

Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
Dear Doctor, As per the latest blood test report, my Triglycerides, and HDL were very high. I was advised by a medico...
Triglycerides are total fats in blood which includes both hood fats and bad fats. Our body is like an engine which needs good fats to run properly and you are lucky to have good fats in high amounts though you have not written about reports of lipid profile that includes both bad and good fats. You can continue to eat cashews as some amount of these nuts give good fats, proteins and are antidepressants too. I can't comment on intake of animal fats before looking at total lipid profile but you can take in little amounts of steamed varieties of non veg food, not the fried ones. You can eat eggs also, one a day, boiled variety. Do eat lots of seasonal vegetables and fruits, besides giving vitamins and minerals. These work like cotton that absorb the bad fats in food pipe. Take pudding first and an apple or salad later.
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I am suffering sudden pain in my chest. It is not regular but whenever to comes I feel like I going. Please suggest.

Certified Diabetes Educator, Registered Dietitian (RD), PGDD, Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery (B.U.M.S), General Physician
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
There is evidence that certain dietary supplements and vitamins can help with certain types of pain. Fish oil is often used to reduce pain associated with swelling. Topical capsaicin, derived from chili peppers, may help with arthritis, diabetic nerve pain, and other conditions. There's evidence that glucosamine can help relieve moderate to severe pain from osteoarthritis in the knee. Do reply back for private consultation. And detailed treatment plan.
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Hi. I have a middle chest pain {i mean under throat} from 5 days I feel a weight on my chest. And pain when eating or drinking and sometimes when taking long breath. My mother says the pain is due to gas. Is it so or any other reason. Thanks in advance.

BHMS
Homeopath,
Hi. I have a middle chest pain {i mean under throat} from 5 days I feel a weight on my chest. And pain when eating or...
Look for your foodstyle n lifestyle. Means taking more of fried, spicy, junk foods, meda products, mor tea n coffee or if even skipping meals. With sedentary lifestyle can b the cause of it. Don't drink water just after or between meals. Take homoeopathic treatment if still problem persists.
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Non evasive method of getting your heart bolckage checked for perfect results ? Please do not suggest angiography.

MD - Medicine, MBBS
Cardiologist, Panchkula
Non invasive method for checking blockage in the heart is CT- Angio. And the accuracy of this procedure is more than 95%.This is a CT scan like any other cotrast CT scan.
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I am 22 old male i am suffering from gastric problem and pains? I used the medicine omme-d, unienzyme, dizine syrup in last 2 months. But repeated the problem stomach in no problem chest pains occurred because why this problem. I am follow the correct diet no eat the fast food and no smoking and alcohol.

MBBS
General Physician, Cuttack
I am 22 old male i am suffering from gastric problem and pains? I used the medicine omme-d, unienzyme, dizine syrup i...
1.Take bland diet, Avoid foods which cause acidity like spicy, oily, fatty and junk foods, onion, garlic, citrus fruit like orange grape, lemon, tomato,cucumber, raddish, vinegar, pickle etc 2..Have proper Breakfast, Don’t skip or postpone your meal, Take home made food, Avoid food and water from outside, 3.Eat food slowly, don’t rush, take smaller meals at frequent intervals like 5-6 meals per day, and don't overeat.limit fluid intake during meal 4.Drink plenty of water(8-10 glass daily). Take your meal regularly and timely. Avoid fasting, Don’t skip your breakfast. 5. Stop smoking, consumption of alcohol and tobacco, excess tea or coffee, carbonated drinks if you are having, 6. Avoid stress, have adequate rest, sleep for 7-8 hours daily in night, go for regular exercise, practice yoga/meditation 7. Take one tablet of pan40 in the morning before breakfast daily for few days.8.Consult me for further advice
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What is the right quantity and correct form of including cashew nuts in the diet of a person with history of cholesterol/ hypertensive?

MBBS, Dip.Cardiology, Fellowship in Clinical Cardiology(FICC), Fellowship in Echocardiology
Cardiologist, Ghaziabad
What is the right quantity and correct form of including cashew nuts in the diet of a person with history of choleste...
Ill take the opportunity to educate you so I will be little lengthy, here it goes. Eating nuts as part of a healthy diet may be good for your heart. Nuts contain unsaturated fatty acids and other nutrients. And they're a great snack food — inexpensive, easy to store and easy to pack when you're on the go. One drawback to nuts is that they're high in calories, so it's important to limit portions. But choosing nuts instead of a less healthy snack may just help you stick to a heart-healthy diet. Although a great deal of research suggests that nuts can benefit heart health and reduce the risks of dying early from heart disease and other causes, the evidence is still inconclusive. But, unless you're allergic to nuts, there's no real danger in eating nuts, so you can certainly include nuts as part of your heart-healthy diet. One way nuts may help your heart health is by lowering the low-density lipoprotein (LDL, or "bad") cholesterol levels. LDL plays a major role in the development of plaque that builds up on the blood vessels. Eating more nuts has also been linked to lower levels of inflammation linked to heart disease. Eating nuts may also reduce your risk of developing blood clots that can cause a fatal heart attack. Nuts also appear to improve the health of the lining of your arteries. Besides being packed with protein, most nuts contain at least some of these heart-healthy substances: Unsaturated fats. It's not entirely clear why, but it's thought that the "good" fats in nuts — both monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats — lower bad cholesterol levels. Omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3 fatty acids are found in many kinds of fish, but many nuts are also rich in omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3s are a healthy form of fatty acids that seem to help your heart by, among other things, preventing dangerous heart rhythms that can lead to heart attacks. Fiber. All nuts contain fiber, which helps lower your cholesterol. Fiber makes you feel full, so you eat less. Fiber is also thought to play a role in preventing type 2 diabetes. Vitamin E. Vitamin E may help stop the development of plaques in your arteries, which can narrow them. Plaque development in your arteries can lead to chest pain, coronary artery disease or a heart attack. Plant sterols. Some nuts contain plant sterols, a substance that can help lower your cholesterol. Plant sterols are often added to products like margarine and orange juice for additional health benefits, but sterols occur naturally in nuts. L-arginine. Nuts are also a source of l-arginine, which is a substance that may help improve the health of your artery walls by making them more flexible and less prone to blood clots that can block blood flow. As much as 80 percent of a nut is fat. Even though most of this fat is healthy fat, it's still a lot of calories. That's why you should eat nuts in moderation. Ideally, you should use nuts as a substitute for saturated fats, such as those found in meats, eggs and dairy products. Instead of eating foods with unhealthy saturated fats, try substituting a handful of nuts or a tablespoon or two of a nut spread. The American Heart Association recommends eating about four servings of unsalted nuts a week. Select raw or dry-roasted nuts rather than those cooked in oil. A serving is a small handful (1.5 ounces) of whole nuts or 2 tablespoons of nut butter. But again, do this as part of a heart-healthy diet. Just eating nuts and not cutting back on saturated fats found in many dairy and meat products won't do your heart any good. The type of nuts you choose to eat probably doesn't matter much. Most nuts appear to be generally healthy, though some may have more heart-healthy nutrients than others. For example, walnuts contain high amounts of omega-3 fatty acids. Almonds, macadamia nuts, hazelnuts and pecans are other nuts that appear to be quite heart healthy. And peanuts — which are technically not a nut, but a legume, like beans — seem to be relatively healthy. Keep in mind, you could end up canceling out the heart-healthy benefits of nuts if they're covered with chocolate, sugar or salt. Here's some nutrition information on common types of nuts. All calorie and fat content measurements are for 1 ounce, or 28.4 grams (g), of unsalted nuts. Type of nutCaloriesTotal fat Almonds, dry-roasted17014.9 g Almonds, raw16414.2 g Brazil nuts, raw18719 g Cashews, dry-roasted16313.1 g Chestnuts, roasted690.6 g Hazelnuts (filberts), dry-roasted18317.7 g Hazelnuts (filberts), raw17817.2 g Macadamia nuts, dry-roasted20421.6 g Macadamia nuts, raw20421.5 g Peanuts, dry-roasted16614.1 g Pecans, dry-roasted20121.1 g Pistachios, dry-roasted16213 g Walnuts, halved18518.5 g Nut oils are also a good source of healthy nutrients, but they lack the fiber found in whole nuts. Walnut oil is the highest in omega-3s. Consider using nut oils in homemade salad dressing or in cooking. When cooking with nut oils, remember that they respond differently to heat than do vegetable oils. Nut oil, if overheated, can become bitter. Just like with nuts, use nut oil in moderation, as the oils are high in fat and calories.
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Sir my angioplasty has been done since 15 years back now one artery which has stunt is 100 percent block since 4 years and coronary artery open and one is 60percent block since 3 years my clinical reports lipid profile hba1cand Eco Vidal test are perfectly ok my doctor advice not to do any thing only have precaution please suggest.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
Sir my angioplasty has been done since 15 years back now one artery which has stunt is 100 percent block since 4 year...
Dear Lybrateuser, -The precautions are in respect of diet, exercise & stress -take a well balanced heart healthy diet, avoid fried & processed foods, salt, sugar, have more of fibre in diet ,more of fruits & vegetables including green leafy & seasonal ones, whole grains, whole wheat bread/chapatti, brown rice, corn, oats, beans, pulses, peas, sprouts, low fat dairy products, lean meats, sea food, skinless cicken, a handful of dry fruits, almonds, walnuts, pistachios, cashews, peanuts, seeds, flax, sesame, chia, pumpkin -do regular exercise, aerobic like walking, jogging for 30-40 min on maximum days, also include yoga, deep breathing & meditation for 10-15 min in the morning to reduce stress & keep fit -sleep well for at least 7-8 hrs in the night -have medication on time & regularly monitor BP, blood sugar & cholesterol levels, keep weight in check.
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I am 54 year's old and I am having heart problem and I have been done angioplasty in 2003 but now I am having acidity and over weight so kindly let me know how I can reduce the my weight. I have already stopped patatos fry rice.

Diploma in Family Medicine, Fellowship in Diabetology, Diploma in Diabetology, FCCP, MBBS
General Physician,
1. Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables. 2. Drink plenty of water 3litres / day 3. Walk every day 3-4 kilometres 6 days a week. 4. Avoid all fried items only subji type of food. 5. Avoid or stop sweets completely. 6. Avoid potato and rice completely 7. Avoid all aerated drinks. 8. Eat only less oil. 9. Avoid ghee. 10. For acidity avoid coffee and tea, cocoa. Drink only milk.-- avoid chillies and spicy food. 11. Eat regularly once in four hours - no fasting and feasting.
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Hi I am 37 Years old and my TRIGLYCERIDES is 361 and Vitamin D is 8.24 I am under any threat.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician,
Hi I am 37 Years old and my TRIGLYCERIDES is 361 and Vitamin D is 8.24 I am under any threat.
Guidelines for triglyceride levels: Normal levels: Less than 150 milligrams per deciliter. Borderline high: 150 to 199. High: 200 to 499. Triglycerides are a type of fat found in your blood. But high triglycerides might raise your risk of heart disease and may be a sign of metabolic syndrome. Metabolic syndrome is the combination of high blood pressure, high blood sugar, too much fat around the waist, low HDL ("good") cholesterol, and high triglycerides. Take triglyceride-lowering drugs. If your triglycerides are very high (500 mg/dL or above), your doctor might recommend a medication shown to lower triglycerides, such as fibrates, niacin, omega-3s (a prescription form called Lovaza is approved for lowering triglycerides) or statins. The most accurate way to measure how much vitamin D is in your body is the 25-hydroxyvitamin D blood test. A level of 20 nanograms/milliliter to 50 ng/mL is considered adequate for healthy people. A level less than 12 ng/mL indicates vitamin D deficiency. You get more sunlight and eat Foods that provide vitamin D include: Fatty fish, like tuna, mackerel, and salmon. Foods fortified with vitamin D, like some dairy products, orange juice, soy milk, and cereals. Beef liver. Cheese. Egg yolks.
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I have never had any disease but yesterday I felt bit giddy. I checked my bp. It was 150/100 in right arm and 120/80 in another arm. I also felt palpitation. Now today I m bit better. Bp is now 130 /90 in right arm n 120/80 in left arm. I am studying most of the time. So I have a sedentary lifestyle. I dnt go for walk or exercise. I sit for most of the time. I m only 27 years old. What is the reason for this?

LCPS, BAM&S
General Physician, Pune
I have never had any disease but yesterday I felt bit giddy. I checked my bp. It was 150/100 in right arm and 120/80 ...
Go for 30 minutes of casual walk in the evening every day. That's all you need. You will get blood pressure and may be other diseases if you neglect your health. Check your blood sugar, thyroid also. Nowadays people in 20 get sugar.
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I am suffering from hypertension. BP rages systolic 157- 163 and diastolic 95-103. I had taken losar medicine way back to 2- 2.5 years but then left. Now from last one month I am taking homeopathic medicine R85 but I found that in morning BP is normal and in evening it rises the level as discussed earlier. Please advise should I prefer allopathic medicine and should I go to cardiologist or homeopathic. Any test is required in this condition.

MD, Fellowship in Intergrative Medicine, MBBS
Integrated Medicine Specialist, Kochi
I am suffering from hypertension. BP rages systolic 157- 163 and diastolic 95-103. I had taken losar medicine way bac...
Hypertension is al lifestyle diseases which require lifestyle solution and not a chemical cocktail of medicines. I can get rid of all your bp medications in a short time if you follow my instructions. It just involves dietary changes and lifestyle changes aand I can even reverse the bp the lifestyle changes you if you do not do the correct changes which your Dr. Is not going to tell you is because he does not know nutrition which is never taught in medical schools. Send me the tests results done till now. Stop all dairy products Cut down anilmal protein Eat palbnt based diet Either Take a consult or send a feed back to this reply with your name and then I can talk to you and then you can take a consult through Lybrate Remember you cannot fix your health without fixing your diet. You are what you eat and what you eat eats.
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I am suffering from high blood pressure. Near 110/170. Kindly suggest good treatment for this condition.

BHMS
Homeopath, Faridabad
I am suffering from high blood pressure. Near 110/170. Kindly suggest good treatment for this condition.
Hi, Take Rauvolfia 1x, 2 tabs daily morning empty stomach. Drink plenty of liquids and cut down your fat, salt and sugar intake. go for a morning walk daily at least for 30 minutes. Take a sound sleep and try to avoid anger. Revert after 15 days with feedback. take care.
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Heart Attack - How To Live After It?

Fellowship in Electrophysiology, Fellowship in Interventional Cardiology, DM - Cardiology, MD - Medicine, MBBS
Cardiologist, Delhi
Heart Attack - How To Live After It?

A heart attack makes you rethink and get a double take on life. Once you survive it, you tend to realize how close your brush with death has been and how important your lifestyle choices can be. Most people go on to live a productive life after a heart attack provided they can adhere to making healthy choices. Here's what you can do if you have experienced your first attack and want to change for the better:

  1. Start at the hospital: A person usually stays in the hospital for 3 days after an attack to monitor their condition. This duration increases if you have complications that involve procedures like a bypass surgery. Your first significant change will come in the form of your medication routine. Your existing dosage may be adjusted and you'll possibly be prescribed newer medicines that will treat and control your symptoms. You'll not only need to know the names of all your medicines, but when you have to take them. It's best you know exactly why you are taking each one of them, if there are other more economic alternatives since this may last a lifetime and what side effects they may have.
  2. Maintaining your mental health: Once bitten, twice shy applies for heart attack victims too. Not only do they live in a constant worry about another attack, every small symptom like a harmless muscle pull can trigger the fear factor. You also get into the "heart patient" dependent mode based on how much help you need to recover. Check for support groups and other heart attack survivors in your locality to see how they are coping. Read more about your recovery and try to keep a positive frame of mind.
  3. Go to a cardiac rehab: Many hospitals have a rehabilitation program that you can participate in as an outpatient or you can go to a clinic that specializes in it. Such programs help speed up your recovery. It is run by people who will hand hold you in bringing positive changes in your life to protect and strengthen your heart. You'll learn activities that positively improve heart functions and reduce your chances of developing complications or dying from heart disease. You'll also get benefit from exercises that'll be taught by a certified exercise specialist.
  4. Make a change in your lifestyle: Quit smoking that is an obvious one. You'll now have to lead a more active lifestyle with daily exercise. You'll also need to actively manage your diabetes and obesity. None of these changes can happen in a day. In fact, behavioral scientists suggest that you need to practice a new activity continuously for twenty one days for it to become a habit. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Cardiologist.
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