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Dr. Kuldeep

General Surgeon, 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. Kuldeep is a trusted General Surgeon in Saket, Delhi. Doctor is currently practising at Sawan Neelu Angels Nursing Home in Saket, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Kuldeep and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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I have visual snow. Whenever I see things in dark environments I see television like spots everywhere.

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
I have visual snow. Whenever I see things in dark environments I see television like spots everywhere.
Spots are not a very clear term, and the idea of having visual spots invokes fear in a lot of people. That is likely because on television and in movies, "seeing spots" occurs when someone is poisoned or about to pass out. Also, the eyes are connected to the brain, and many people are afraid that something is wrong with their bran when their eyes start to have more spots in them. One of the problems though is that people describe these spots differently, and may be talking about different problems when referring to how they see spots. Visual Snow One type of "spot" that people might see is visual snow. Visual snow is when you look at something dark against a lighter background, often in low lighting, and you see what looks like rapid snowflakes falling across your field of vision: Visual noise can cause a great deal of fear in people, because one of the first things you notice on its Wikipedia page is that visual snow can be caused by Multiple Sclerosis, or MS. MS is one of the major fears of those with panic attacks and severe anxiety, since so many of the same symptoms are linked to multiple sclerosis. It's impossible to rule out an MS diagnosis without first seeing a doctor. But you should note that MS is a rare disease, and one that doesn't usually manifest itself in minor symptoms. So while it's conceivably possible that those with visual snow have MS, it's also highly unlikely. It's not clear why those with anxiety seem to have visual snow. One theory is that the visual snow is natural - many people experience this type of vision problem with no apparent cause at all - and that those with anxiety are simply more prone to noticing it and worrying that something is wrong. It's also possible that adrenaline causes changes to the eye that causes this snow to occur, or that eye strain and tiredness may play a role. Visual snow is worth getting checked out, especially if you're having problems reading, but it is also a sign of anxiety and generally not something to be too concerned about.
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Pigmentation After Pimples - How To Prevent It?

MBBS, MD - Dermatology
Dermatologist, Kota
Pigmentation After Pimples - How To Prevent It?

Sometimes excessive oil gets trapped and stuck in the pores of your skin. If this persists, it leads to the eruption of pimples, an extremely uncomfortable and nagging problem that plagues, both men and women indiscriminately. The most distressing part about pimples, apart from their unavoidable presence on the face is the mark they inevitably leave behind, the remnants which refuse to disappear. Pigmentation after pimples is a common phenomenon, one that often requires medical intervention to remove them. However, there are various ways by which you can avoid pigmentation after pimples, some of them are:

1. Sunscreen: The benefits of sunscreen require little introduction. They not only protect the skin from the harmful ultraviolet rays, but they also help in fading away the marks left behind by pimples. It is strongly recommended that if you want to accelerate the process of recuperation, you must make it a point to apply sunscreen daily without fail.

2. Exfoliation: This refers to a procedure that removes the covering of the old skin and brings to the fore the fresh layer of skin. With increasing age and growing skin problems, exfoliation has emerged as the most preferred choice for most women. In fact there are multiple ways, by which one can exfoliate one's skin. Depending on your convenience, you can go for scrubbing or a thorough washing of the face known as washcloth. There is also another method known as chemical exfoliation that works better and more efficiently than the other methods. By removing the old layer of the skin, exfoliation ensures a complete removal of the pigmentation left behind by pimples.

3. Medicines: Sometimes the intensity of the pigmentation marks on the skin may necessitate the medical intervention. If other methods fail or you wish for a speedy recovery, prescription drugs are always a nice option. At the same time, those medicines, which have retinoid (compounds with effects to those of Vitamin A) like Differin or Tazorac can also be availed of, if need be.

4. Skin Lighteners: As the name suggests, skin lighteners help in a gradual fading away of the dark spots on the skin. There are several skin lighteners like kojic acid, mulberry extract, licorice extract and primarily vitamin C, which significantly lighten the skin and help in doing away with the marks.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Sir I had bad skin condition I had consult a doctor but after then my skin get good but again after some time I getting pimple and black spot on all of my body and I had get round big spot which had pimple on it please tell me a good diet and good treatment please sir/mam may God bless you.

MBBS, Diploma in Venerology & Dermatology (DVD)
Dermatologist, Delhi
Sir I had bad skin condition I had consult a doctor but after then my skin get good but again after some time I getti...
Black spots and marks are usually common after acne eruptions. You should take a healthy diet rich in vitamins A, E &C. Add lots of water. Regulate your daily activities, lower down the stress kevels, increase sleep and do some yoga and exercise daily. Acne marks can be removed by microdermabrasion or chemical peels.
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I have Icepicks scars on my face. So what is the proper treatment for removing the scars.

MCh - Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
Cosmetic/Plastic Surgeon, Bangalore
I have Icepicks scars on my face. So what is the proper treatment for removing the scars.
Hello. The scars and the pigmentation on the face are treatable. It's better to get it examined first so that we can identify the type of skin, scars and if they are hyper pigmented, atrophic or ice pick scars. The treatment are of various kind like ranging from simple scrubs and mild peels for the face to the major interventions such as laser therapy, dermaroller, subcision or peeling. These depend on the type of the scars and which kind you opt for. You can consult me online or text me with pictures for further details.
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Hello doctor, my younger brother is facing problem from acne the kind of product available in market such as (garnier men acno fight, Himalaya neem face wash, clean n clear) he had already used these kind of product but none of them are really effective. Now he is taking injection of anti allergic to reduce redness and acne per week and taking medicine (doxylab elaborate) and applying gel of torque company and he also donated blood for purifying his skin. He regularly do exercise and do jogging to sweat out and drink 2 litre of water daily avoiding oily and junk food what to do?

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
Hello doctor, my younger brother is facing problem from acne the kind of product available in market such as (garnier...
Homoeopathic treatment SKIN AID PLUS ( BAKSON) This pack of skin aid plus contains SKIN AID DROPS nd DERM AID TABLETS SKIN AID DROPS-10 drops in 1 spoon water twice daily DERM AIDTABS-Chew 1 tab twice daily SEAFOLIUM CREAM Apply twice daily 6-8 glass water daily 2 glasss milk daily Take nutritious diet nd exercise regularily
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Hello Doctors. Pls help me with this. I'm having blood in my stool so I went for colonoscopy and a small bump of size of a marble was found in my lower large intestine. The Dr. Prescribed me 2 tabs of Mesacol OD 1.2g daily for 2 weeks. I thought now it'll be cured but after 2-3 days of completing the dose of 2 weeks, I started bleeding again. Now the Dr. Says it's the case of Ulcerative Colitis, so you have to take Mesacol OD for next 6 months, and you don't have to worry as these pills don't have any side effects. Now even after taking 2 tabs, I feel that 2-3 ml of blood comes out after every 3-4 alternate days. Doctors pls help me and show me the direction to cure it.

MBBS, M S General Surgery ,
General Surgeon, Chandigarh
Hello Doctors. Pls help me with this.
I'm having blood in my stool so I went for colonoscopy and a small bump of size...
hi since u have been diagnosed with ulcerative collitis , this disease takes time to cure as u need a treatment for six months its correct or may be longer ..dont worry about it . for blood in stool what u can do is u must not hv hard stools that will trigger ur act of blood in stool so always try to have high fibre diet ..and plenty of fluids dont worry u will be olrite .
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Healthy Skin - 9 Effective Habits To Maintain It!

MD - Ayurveda Scholar, Diploma In Skin Aesthetics, Cosmetology and Trichology, Diploma In skin aesthetics, Diploma In cosmetology, Diploma In Trichology, Diploma In Nutrition & Diet Planning, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Trichologist, Mumbai
Healthy Skin -  9 Effective Habits To Maintain It!

Healthy skin is a sign of overall good health and vitality. Skin problem is one of the most persistent problems encountered by people. It is imperative therefore, that you take care of your skin to avoid skin disorders. Various factors, such as pollution, smoking, eating processed food and a sedentary lifestyle contribute to unhealthy skin.

There are certain habits, which can be followed by you on a regular basis to restore the health of your skin. Some of them are:

  1. Exercise regularly: Exercising on a regular basis improves your skin health as it increases blood circulation in the body. Consequently, it helps in delivering various nutrients to the skin, which in turn defers aging. Daily exercises also prevent the onset of various skin disorders.
  2. Keeping it clean: You should keep your skin clean to prevent the buildup of dirt. This prevents clogging of the pores and enables the skin to breathe. 
  3. Intake of vitamin C in various forms: Vitamin C is used in the collagen production process by amino acids. One of the most convenient ways of maintaining the glow of your skin is to introduce fruits and vegetables which are rich in vitamin C. 
  4. Quit smokingThe pursuit of healthy skin necessitates immediate disengagement with smoking. This fatal habit should be avoided at all cost, as it triggers and facilitates the aging process. It also aggravates the production of free radicals in the skin which in turn adversely affects the skin.
  5. Less exposure to the sun: Exposure to ultraviolet rays of the sun may damage the collagen structure of the skin. It also causes tanning and increases your chance of developing skin cancer.
  6. Avoid sweet food: Consumption of sweets may lead to the formation of various substances, which threaten to damage the collagen structure and subsequently aggravates the aging process.
  7. Antioxidants: Fruits and leafy vegetables are generally packed with antioxidants. A potential damage of the skin can be deterred by including them in the diet
  8. Massage: Skin massages facilitate blood circulation on the skin and eradicates the damaging effect of the free radicals. This ensures that you have healthy and refreshed skin.
  9. Plant proteins: The level of oestrogen falls drastically in women after menopause, leading to the development of wrinkles.Foods, such as soy, nuts and beans minimise this effect by replenishing the level of oestrogen in the body and therefore must be incorporated in the diet.
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I am getting skin infection under groan, lot of itching, black dry skin, please help.

MD - Dermatology, Venereology & Leprosy
Dermatologist, Bhubaneswar
I am getting skin infection under groan, lot of itching, black dry skin, please help.
Kindly Use 1. Cap. Itraconazole 200 mg daily for 1 month @night after food. 2. Tab. Allegra 180 mg daily for 10 days @morning before food. 3. Tab. Atarax 25 mg daily for 10 days @night before food. 4. Luliclin  cream twice daily over the site. 5. KZ soap for taking bath @morning and for cleaning & washing @evening before applying the cream.  Take Care
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I'm 20 years old Male. My brother's marriage is on 6 feb I want to look fairer. My hands also get dark. What I can do for it.

Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicines and Surgery(BAMS), Post Graduation Diploma in Emergency Medicines And Services(PGDEMS), MD - Alternate Medicine
Ayurveda, Ghaziabad
I'm 20 years old Male. My brother's marriage is on 6 feb I want to look fairer. My hands also get dark. What I can do...
Simple massage with raw milk because raw milk is rich in lactic acid that gently exfoliate the dead skin cells from the surface of skin.
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