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Dr. Manish Kr. Sharma

Cardiologist, 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. Manish Kr. Sharma is a popular Cardiologist in Rajender Nagar, Delhi. He is currently practising at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital-Delhi in Rajender Nagar, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Manish Kr. Sharma and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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Taking 1 tablet of 10m. G.Cholesterol lowering for the almost 9 years s.(taking Aztor 10 mg for the last 3 years) At times I take a break of 1 or 2 days. At times for a week Can such drugs be discontinued once cholesterol levels are normal. Studies say these drugs have a lot of side effects and don't help much Last 1 month I have been experiencing severe hair fall, what could be the reason?

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, DM - Cardiology, Cardiac Device Specialist (CCDS - Physician )
Cardiologist, Delhi
Taking 1 tablet of 10m. G.Cholesterol lowering for the almost 9 years s.(taking Aztor 10 mg for the last 3 years) At ...
lybrate-user you have been taking these medicines from last 10 yrs, so your hair loss is definitely not secondary to these. Secondly you may discontinue the medicine intermittently if you want, but then their effect will disappear and your cholesterol levels may get deranged, so if you discontinue the medicine repeat your lipid profile 6 weeks later to see if it has not increased, if it does restart. I am sure you must be taking diet precautions and exercising daily like morning walk, if not then please do so, that may help you lower your cholesterol medicine dose a bit. But even after that you may require to take these medications, they are relatively safe and have been well studied so don't worry too much about the side-effects.
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I am suffering from high blood pressure. Could you please suggest me some medicine.

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Ayurveda, Ambala
I am suffering from high blood pressure. Could you please suggest me some medicine.
To control or maintan BP normal there are some instructions are given below: •Do not take salt in high amount or try to avoid it because high sodium level increase BP. • Eat less amount of pickle and fast food, fast food contain high sodium. • Avoid drinking alcohol and smoking. • Take less amount of coffee and tea both increase BP. • Drink 8 to 10 glass of water daily • Do exercise daily, running and long walk. • Take 6 to 8 hrs of sleep daily. Do not take too much stress. • Do long breathing pranayams daily for 10 - 15 minutes. It will reduce your stress level in your body. • Avoid taking too much fat foods such as butter, cheese, ghee. • Eat healthy diet such as green leafy vegetables, fruits. Eat an apple daily. You can take Mukta Vati Of Divya Pharmacy of Baba Ramdev one tablet daily but only under the guidance of Ayurveda Doctor. You can consult me privately for detailed and complete treatment.
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I am a 61 year old male. Widowed. Live alone. BP 140/90. Repace 50 tabs twice daily. Know HPTN patient. Take Ativan 4 mg daily. Now I have developed IBS. Please help me. . Mail is peruvembak@gmail.com. This IBS is bad I want to take my life soon.

PhD, Human Energy Fields, Diploma in PIP, EFI, Aura scanning for Health evaluation; Energy field assessment, Fellowship Cardiac Rehabilitation, Cardiac Rehabilitation, MD (Ayur - Mind Body Med), Mind Body Medicine
Non-Invasive Conservative Cardiac Care Specialist, Pune
I am a 61 year old male. Widowed. Live alone. BP 140/90. Repace 50 tabs twice daily. Know HPTN patient. Take Ativan 4...
Dear There is a very good saying. "when you feel helpless. Help others" you are writing to me. So you are educated have money for internet and a PC. A home and some money. Do not donate money. Spend time with children who need someone to give them hope for an entire life they have to live in this world. Take a broom and sweep your building plant few trees and water them daily. As a widower. You are free to spend hours in service of others. There are so many ways. Regards.
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I am 38 years old male with hypertension (on S-metoprolol, telmisartan); high LDL, Low HDL & High Triglycerides (on Tonact TG); Hypothyroidism (on Thyronorm 75); and IBS (on probiotics). Since last 7-8 months I have problem with my libido and erection quality (so much so that there has been no intercourse during this period). I do not smoke & very mild drinker. Please suggest. *My Hemoglobin=14.3, No blood Sugar & not on any anti-depressants; sperm quality/quantity is 'visually ok'

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Allergist/Immunologist, Ahmednagar
I am 38 years old male with hypertension (on S-metoprolol, telmisartan); high LDL, Low HDL & High Triglycerides (on T...
Mr. lybrate-user,it seems you v syndrome X (u can check it on net. Due to high lipids n antihypertensive medicines you r getting loss of libido. Try to change your hectic life n diet .take dry fruits specially almonds along with one tsf ghee in milk twice a day. I v treated many patients like your problem. For satisfying results consult me privately. Regards.
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I am feeling high mental pressure and symptoms are my past moments feel like virtual to me I don't even know if that happened in real or not and my bp is generally high.

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Homeopath, Faridabad
I am feeling high mental pressure and symptoms are my past moments feel like virtual to me I don't even know if that ...
Hello, the best way of releasing the mental stress/ tension is through exercises (sp. Yoga and meditation) which increases your blood circulation, boosts up oxygen in each and every tissue of the body. But as you have high b. P, consult and do the exercises under a qualified instructor/ yoga-teacher only. Medication: take homoeopathic medicines - bacopa monierri q/ 10 drops in 1/2 cup of water/ thrice daily and kali phos. 6x/ once at night. Take them for 20 days. Revert me back. Stress can make mental health problems worse.
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4 Ways to Maintain Your Cardiovascular Health

MD - Consultant Physician, Doctor of Medicine, MD
General Physician, Ahmedabad
4 Ways to Maintain Your Cardiovascular Health

Following a healthy lifestyle that is armed with a well-regulated diet is the most important aspect of combating your cardio-vascular disease. If you think that it is going to be very difficult to achieve, then you will be happy to know that the reality is quite the opposite. You can achieve your goals by following short and simple steps that would help you to reap long-term benefits for protecting your cardio-vascular health.

  1. Try to use the calories consumed: It is very important to know how many calories you are consuming in a span of 24 hours. The calorie and nutritional information given on the food levels are normally based on the 2000 calorie diet. But it is crucial to know that your individual calorie requirement is dependent on numerous factors, including your age, gender as well as level of physical activities. When you are aiming to restrict your weight gain, it is recommended not to eat more than you can use up in a day along with increasing the intensity and amount of physical activity so that it matches the amount of physical activity. You must try to incorporate either 75 minutes of hard training or 150 minutes of moderate exercise in a span of seven days in order to boost healthy weight loss.
  2. Consume a wide array of nutritious items from all food groups: Though you may believe that you are eating a sufficient amount of foods, your body may not be receiving an optimum amount of nutrients it needs for proper functioning. Foods that are considered rich in nutrients must contain sufficient amounts of protein, minerals, whole grains and other variants of nutrients with low calorie content. These foods not only aid in reduction of weight but also trigger lowering of blood pressure and cholesterol levels.
  3. Eat right: You must aim to incorporate fresh fruits and vegetables in your diet besides whole grains, dairy products with low fat contents, legumes and nuts. It is important to stay away from red meat, trans fat, artificially sweetened beverages and sodium. Experts also suggest consuming less of food that has poor nutrient content in order to protect your heart.
  4. Avoid smoking and alcohol: Simply exercising and eating a healthy diet is important, but you should not eliminate the adverse effects of smoking and alcohol consumption, which not only cast an impact on the health of your heart but also cause a variety of cardiovascular and pulmonary diseases. The medications and remedial measures vary greatly among individuals and thus, it is crucial to speak with a doctor for receiving personalized treatments. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a doctor and ask a free question.
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I'm freshly diagnosed hypertension case, have been prescribed telmisartan 40/od, my reports blood, urine, thyroid and Renal Doppler are normal. My bp is also normalising 130/90 from an earlier 155/110. Do I need to get TMT done and can I ever do without medication?

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, DM - Cardiology, Cardiac Device Specialist (CCDS - Physician )
Cardiologist, Delhi
I'm freshly diagnosed hypertension case, have been prescribed telmisartan 40/od, my reports blood, urine, thyroid and...
Since you have been freshly diagnosed as a hypertensive, first line of management should be changes in your lifestyle and habits like 1) Daily exercise like brisk walking or cycling or swimming for 45 mins. 2) Quitting smoking & drinking. 3) Diet modification with salt control. Take a detailed diet plan with a dietitian. You diet should include more fresh fruits, vegetables, fibres, proteins and complex carbohydrate, less of sugar, simple carbohydrates and fried food. Also you should avoid foods containing excessive salt like chips, chutneys, papads, namkeens, sauces, pickles, cured meat etc. 4) You should work on stress managment and getting a good 7-8 hrs of daily sleep. If after 6 weeks of all these lifestyle changes your BP remains higher than normal then in addition to these lifestyle measures medications should be added. You should get a echo, TMT and cholesterol level done.
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What is pericardial effusion? Why it is caused and how it can be treated. Angiogram of my heart is normal. If Thairod TSH is positive, will it make any problem of pericardial effusion?

MBBS
General Physician, Cuttack
What is pericardial effusion? Why it is caused and how it can be treated. Angiogram of my heart is normal. If Thairod...
It is due to collection of water below the covering of heart.It could be due to many reason like tuberculosis.due to accumulation of fluid the heart is compressed and unable to pump blood properly.Consult cardiologist for advice
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I'm feeling so tired every time and some time I'm feeling that I have pain in my heart and within 2 ,3 month I lost 10 kg weight.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
I'm feeling so tired every time and some time I'm feeling that I have pain in my heart and within 2 ,3 month I lost 1...
Get your vital parameters of the body checked from a nearby doctor and follow up with findings and Get your blood checked for CBC and follow up with reports.
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How Do You Check Your Own Blood Pressure?

FDNB, MD, MBBS
Cardiologist, Noida
How Do You Check Your Own Blood Pressure?

Measurement of the blood pressure is considered to be an important step in the diagnostic protocol since the flow of blood in the body determines one’s health. Higher the blood pressure, more the risk of health problems.

Now what exactly blood pressure is? It is the pressure exerted by blood on the walls of the blood vessels, specifically on the large arteries of the systemic circulation. The normal resting blood pressure of the human body is 120/80 mm Hg, where 120 is the systolic pressure and 80 is diastolic pressure, measured by the auscultatory method.

Usually, for measuring blood pressure, a physician is consulted. However nowadays, blood pressure can be measured at home itself, thus removing the necessity of visiting a clinic for the same. There is a possibility of the patient being suffering from the ‘White Coat” hypertension, where blood pressure of the patient shoots up in the presence of the physician at the clinic. In such patients, it’s safer to suggest blood pressure measurement at home itself.

Certain factors like stress, smoking, heavy exercise, brisk walking, rapid movements, caffeine and certain medications can alter the pressure of blood. These factors should be avoided. There are two ways by which the blood pressure can be measured at home-

  1. Manual method using a sphygmomanometer
  2. Digital devices

A. Measurement of blood pressure using a sphygmomanometer

Steps:  

1- Sit comfortably at one place and open the kit.

2- Raise your arm to the heart level.

3- Wrap the cuff around your upper arm, preferably the left arm.

4- The cuff should be adjusted to snugly fit. It shouldn’t be too tight.

5- Place the diaphragm (head) of the stethoscope flat against the skin on the inside of your arm.

6- Tighten the valve of the rubber bulb and inflate the cuff.

7- Release the valve slowly and note down the first thumping sound. This is the systolic blood pressure.

8- After the thumping sounds subside, there is a small whooshing sound, following which no sound is audible. Note down this pressure on the gauge, it is termed as diastolic blood pressure.  

B. Digital devices

Steps:

1- Sit comfortably and relaxed with your back supported.

2- Support your arm on a tabletop at an even level with your heart.

3- Place the cuff on the left arm and keep tubing at the centre of your arm facing the front. Place the sensor is correctly.

4- Press the “start” button. When the measurement is complete, readings of your systolic and diastolic blood pressures and your pulse rate will be displayed on the digital panel.

5- Record the reading of the first measurement and obtain another reading of blood pressure after resting.

6- Take the average value of the two readings.

By using these two simple methods and following the above mentioned easy steps, blood pressure can be measured and monitored at home itself. If there is a huge difference between consecutive readings, then it is best to consult the physician for accurate results.

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

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