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Dr. Mohit Goel  - Neurologist, Delhi

Dr. Mohit Goel

MBBS, MD, DM - Neurology

Neurologist, Delhi

31 Years Experience  ·  0 - 700 at clinic
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Dr. Mohit Goel MBBS, MD, DM - Neurology Neurologist, Delhi
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My experience is coupled with genuine concern for my patients. All of my staff is dedicated to your comfort and prompt attention as well.
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Dr. Mohit Goel is a renowned Neurologist in Mehrauli, Delhi. He has helped numerous patients in his 31 years of experience as a Neurologist. He studied and completed MBBS, MD, DM - Neurology . He is currently associated with Batra Hospital & Medical Research Centre in Mehrauli, Delhi. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Mohit Goel on Lybrate.com.

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MBBS - University Of Poona - 1988
MD - Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC), Pune - 1994
DM - Neurology - AIIMS - 2003

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Batra Hospital & Medical Research Centre

1, Tughlakabad, Mehrauli Badarpur Road, Landmark:-Institutional Area, DelhiDelhi Get Directions
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My father suffering from brain stroke paralysis of left side (dt. 27.12. 2014). Leg some how working and he can walk but hand remain non- functional. He is complaining of pain when any movement of hand. He also can't put more pressure in the hand. He also develop a fear psychosis and got irritated and lose temper. What to do please anybody help me.

BASM, MD, MS (Counseling & Psychotherapy), MSc - Psychology, Certificate in Clinical psychology of children and Young People, Certificate in Psychological First Aid, Certificate in Positive Psychology, Positive Psychiatry and Mental Health
Psychologist, Palakkad
Dear , your father is irritated abd behaving like a psychoses patient mainly because of depression and worry which came forth due to the stroke and other ailments. You could talk to your neurologist about this. Please post a private question to me with all the details. I think he needs counseling. I am happy to help you. Take care.

I am 40 years old recovering from brain injury. Please tell me the substitute generic medicines for 1. Syncobal tablet & 2. Complete B12 Thanks in advance.

MCh
Neurosurgeon, Mohali
These drugs are multivitamins. No specific role in head injury. However no harm either. TaKe balanced diet and morning walk:

Fingertips of my wife become numb during sleep in early hours. What could be the reason and probable solution.

BHMS
Homeopath, Howrah
Fingertips of my wife become numb during sleep in early hours. What could be the reason and probable solution.
It is due to comression of nerve at elbow or shoulder region. Ask your wife to reduce weight and position while sleeping also needs to improve.

Hi, I had a severe accident 4 months back when my wrist was totally broken. Now since i'm having a nerve problem so doc has suggested me New nervijen plus medicine. Post having the medicine I am having a piles symptoms. Please advice.

MD - Ayurveda, BAMS, DYA, PGDEMS
Ayurveda, Nashik
Hi, I had a severe accident 4 months back when my wrist was totally broken. Now since i'm having a nerve problem so d...
Hi Lybrate user, Piles is entirely different problem it no way connected with nerves or injections you had. This mainly causes due to long term constipation & digestive problems. Take a diet which is rich in fibres. Take a walk for 30 minutes daily. Avoid bakery products, maida, fermented food. Ayurvedic medicines & diet works accurately on this disease. Consult Expert for medication & diet.

He had a accident &head injury near eye and got cured but after some months the eye seems 1 mm slipped inside the skull. Is there any treatment possible?

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
He had a accident &head injury near eye and got cured but after some months the eye seems 1 mm slipped inside the sku...
Yes your condition can be surgically corrected if there is problem in seeing. Or if there is cosmetic problem.

Obstructive Sleep Apnea

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
General Physician, Delhi
Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Surgery is for people who have extra or misshapen tissue that blocks airflow through the nose or throat. For example, a person with a deviated nasal septum, enlarged tonsils and adenoids, or a small lower jaw that causes the throat to be too narrow might benefit from surgery. Doctors usually try other treatments first.
 

Types of surgery
Upper airway stimulator. This device, called inspire, has a small pulse generator that the surgeon places under the skin in your upper chest. A wire leading to the lung detects your natural breathing pattern. Another wire, leading up to the neck, delivers mild stimulation to nerves that control airway muscles, keeping them open.
A doctor can program the device from an external remote. Also, people who have inspire use a remote to turn it on before bed and turn it off when they wake up in the morning.
Somnoplasty. Doctors use radiofrequency energy to tighten the soft palate at the back of the throat.
Uppp, or up3, is a procedure that removes soft tissue in the back of the throat and palate, increasing the width of the airway at the throat opening. (uppp stands for uvulopalatopharyngoplasty, if you were wondering.)
Mandibular/maxillary advancement surgery. The surgeon moves the jaw bone and face bones forward to make more room in the back of the throat. It's an intricate procedure that doctors only do for people who have severe sleep apnea and problems with their head or face.
Nasal surgery. These operations correct obstructions in the nose, such as a deviated septum.

Obstructive sleep apnea 

What is sleep apnea?
When you have this condition, your breath can become very shallow or you may even stop breathing -- briefly -- while you sleep. It can happen many times a night in some people.
Obstructive sleep apnea happens when something partly or completely blocks your upper airway during shut-eye. That makes your diaphragm and chest muscles work harder to open the obstructed airway and pull air into the lungs. Breathing usually resumes with a loud gasp, snort, or body jerk. You may not sleep well, but you probably won't be aware that this is happening.

The condition can also reduce the flow of oxygen to vital organs and cause irregular heart rhythms.

Symptoms
The most common obstructive sleep apnea warning signs include:
* daytime sleepiness or fatigue
* dry mouth or sore throat when you wake up
* headaches in the morning
* trouble concentrating, forgetfulness, depression, or irritability
* night sweats
* restlessness during sleep
* problems with sex
* snoring
* waking up suddenly and feeling like you're gasping or choking
* trouble getting up in the mornings
If you share a bed with someone, they'll probably notice it before you do.

Symptoms in children may not be as obvious. They may include:
* bedwetting
* choking or drooling
* sweating a lot at night
* ribcage moves inward when they exhale
* learning and behavior disorders
* problems at school
* sluggishness or sleepiness (often misinterpreted as laziness in the classroom)
* snoring
* teeth grinding
* restlessness in bed
* pauses or absence of breathing
* unusual sleeping positions, such as sleeping on the hands and knees, or with the neck hyperextended
Talk to your doctor if you notice any of these problems. There are a lot of other possible causes for these symptoms as well.

Who gets obstructive sleep apnea?
It's more likely if you're overweight or obese, have a thick or large neck, or have smaller airways in your nose, throat, or mouth. It can also happen if you have enlarged tonsils or too much tissue at the back of the throat -- the uvula and soft palate -- that hangs down and blocks the windpipe. A larger-than-average tongue can also block the airway in many people as well as a deviated septum in the nose.
The condition is more common among men than women, and it becomes more likely as you get older. But it's not a normal part of aging.
 

Other risk factors include:
* smoking
* diabetes
* high blood pressure
* being at risk for heart failure or stroke

Diagnosis
Your doctor will give you a checkup and ask about your sleep. He may also want to ask people who live with you about your shut-eye habits. You may need to spend a night in a sleep lab or have a sleep study done at your house. You'll wear monitors to measure things such as:
* air flow
* blood oxygen levels
* breathing patterns
* electrical activity of the brain
* eye movements
* heart rate
* muscle activity
The study will track how many times your breathing was impaired during sleep.
 

Treatment
1. Weight loss, if needed. Losing even 10% of your weight can make a difference. Avoid alcohol and sleeping pills, which make the airway more likely to collapse during sleep and lengthen the times when you're not breathing properly. Sleeping on your side, if you only get mild sleep apnea when you sleep on your back.

2. Nasal sprays, if sinus problems or nasal congestion make it harder to breathe while you sleep.
Cpap machine. This device includes a mask that you wear over your nose or mouth, or both. An air blower forces constant and continuous air through the nose or mouth. The air pressure is just enough to keep the upper airway tissues from collapsing during sleep. Other types of positive airway pressure devices are also available, including the bpap, which has two levels of air flow that vary with breathing in and out.
Oral devices. For some people with mild sleep apnea, dental appliances or oral" mandibular advancement" devices that prevent the tongue from blocking the throat or advance the lower jaw forward can be made. These devices may help keep the airway open during sleep. A dental expert who is trained in oral health, tmj, and dental occlusion can check on which type of device may be best for you.
Surgery is for people who have extra or misshapen tissue that blocks airflow through the nose or throat. For example, a person with a deviated nasal septum, enlarged tonsils and adenoids, or a small lower jaw that causes the throat to be too narrow might benefit from surgery. Doctors usually try other treatments first.

Types of surgery
Upper airway stimulator. This device, called inspire, has a small pulse generator that the surgeon places under the skin in your upper chest. A wire leading to the lung detects your natural breathing pattern. Another wire, leading up to the neck, delivers mild stimulation to nerves that control airway muscles, keeping them open.
A doctor can program the device from an external remote. Also, people who have inspire use a remote to turn it on before bed and turn it off when they wake up in the morning.
Somnoplasty. Doctors use radiofrequency energy to tighten the soft palate at the back of the throat.
Uppp, or up3, is a procedure that removes soft tissue in the back of the throat and palate, increasing the width of the airway at the throat opening. (uppp stands for uvulopalatopharyngoplasty, if you were wondering.)
Mandibular/maxillary advancement surgery. The surgeon moves the jaw bone and face bones forward to make more room in the back of the throat. It's an intricate procedure that doctors only do for people who have severe sleep apnea and problems with their head or face.
Nasal surgery. These operations correct obstructions in the nose, such as a deviated septum.

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My father's age is 59 years and hia weight is 120 kg and height is 5'10" (He is little bit overweight!) He has a small problem of hand shivering . His hands are shivering since last 6-8 months while writing. Kindly advice.

Pulse Reader, Panchakarma, Naturopathy, Ayurveda, Keralian Therapy, Yoga, Dietitian
Ayurveda, Delhi
My father's age is 59 years and hia weight is 120 kg and height is 5'10" (He is little bit overweight!) He has a smal...
In his case 15 days panchakarma treatment along with yoga meditation is neaded. We are getting good result also.

My father is being suffering from Alzheimer's, some what he lost memory. Plse tell to regain lost memory.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
Its quiet difficult to regain the lost memory but we can decrease its effect and I will suggest him to take tablet folvite once a day life long
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I AM A 77 YEARS OLD SENIOR CITIZEN SUFFERING FROM trigeminal NERVOSA FOR THE PAST 6 MONTHS WHAT IS THE REMEDY. PLEASE SUGGEST.

MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy, Fellowship In Orthopaedic Rehabilitation (FOR) Advanced Diploma in Nutrition & Diet
Physiotherapist, Kolkata
Trigeminal neuralgia can be dealt effectively by Physiotherapy and Medical Nutrition Therapy. If it's severe enough, go to a good Maxillofacial surgeon for modern advanced remedy. Good luck!
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During recent days 3 times I suffered a epileptic type condition where there were no seizures but some slight muscle stiffness combined with short 2 minutes unconscious period is seen where I can see people around but couldn't respond . One doctor suggested to take eeg and MRI scan to rule out the issue but I took the tests twice nothing negative came out everything was normal even then the doctor suggested levipil 500 mg . Is this right way to take medication ?

MBBS, MD (Medicine), DM (Neurology)
Neurologist, Mumbai
Muscle stiffness associated with short unconsciousness would still be interpreted as a seizure/fit by a consultant in neurology. The mere fact that concerned investigations (mri/eeg) are negative does not exclude the diagnosis of epilepsy. I also feel you must be on medication as advised. Finally please do not question the consultant's opinion as mentioned in the last sentence of your note - is this the right way to take medication.
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