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Hello Viewers!<br/><br/>We are here today to discuss on a very relevant kind of topic which is pr...

 

Hello Viewers!

We are here today to discuss on a very relevant kind of topic which is prescription in medical practice and we have with us Dr. Jyoti Monga from the Monga Ayurvedic Medi Clinic. She will be throwing light on the subject in a detailed manner. What exactly is a prescription? What is the significance of a prescription? What are the good prescriptions and what are the bad prescriptions? And, how Dr. Monga’s Clinic go about it?

Questions and Answers:

Q. What exactly is a prescription?

Answer by Dr. Jyoti Monga: Prescription is a very common word used when we visit a doctor. So, if we would summarise it, prescription is a gist of conversation between the patient and the doctor. So, it contains all the signs and symptoms that the patient has. So it is a summary of the problems that the patient has given to the doctor and the medicines that have been prescribed by the doctor. So, it contains or rather connects all the four people, i.e., the patient, doctor, the attendant looking after the patient and the chemist also. 

Q. What is the significance of prescription? Why is it so important?

Answer by Dr. Jyoti Monga: Basically, a written prescription gives a clarity to the patient that all health issues he is going through and what all instructions have been given to him and what all dos and don’ts he has to follow. In addition, what all medications he needs to take at what timings. Basically it is a synopsis that what all a patient has to follow according to the doctor in each and every manner to recover at the fastest. So basically, it establishes a bond of trust between the doctor and the patient. 

Q. Can you differentiate between a good prescription and a bad prescription?

Answer by Dr. Jyoti Monga: Yes obviously. There is a lot of difference between a good prescription and a bad prescription. You see so many prescriptions of doctors. First I would suggest every doctor to write the prescription in a readable handwriting. This is a complaint by the patients that they cannot read the prescription properly. I know that the doctors develop the habit of writing it in a flow and that is not easily understood by the patient. First of all, it should be clearly written and a good prescription should contain each and every minute detail about what all medicine has to be given and at what time it has to be taken in addition to the dos and don’ts that have to be followed properly. The lifestyle modifications that the patient has to make and refrain from promoting any OTC products are part of a good prescription. A good prescription is one in which we write the generic name of the medicines. Supposedly, a patient is having fever and supposedly we are giving Crocin that is so readily available. So, it is better to write Paracetamol, i.e., the name of the salt so that the patient can take it from anyone. 

So, this kind of prescription which follows each and every minor detail and tells the patient to follow each and everything properly is a good prescription. 

Anchor: Thank you Doctor for throwing light on this untouched topic because not many doctors practice the right prescription because many of them are quacks or unqualified doctors. With this, I conclude that whenever you visit a doctor, you must emphasize in getting the prescription written from the doctor because it is your right and whoever shies away from giving you a prescription, please be wary of visiting that doctor or practitioner next time.

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Constipation is generally described as having fewer than three bowel movements a week. Some peopl...

Constipation is generally described as having fewer than three bowel movements a week. Some people experience chronic constipation that can interfere with their ability to go about their daily tasks , though occasional constipation is very common. One must take an appointment with doctor in case of unexplained and persistent changes in bowel habits.

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Hello, my name is Dr Prashant Das from Dr Monga s Health World and today in our series,  Hello Do...

   Hello, my name is Dr Prashant Das from Dr Monga’s Health World and today in our series, ‘Hello Doctor’, we will be talking about Ayurveda and many other things related to Ayurveda. And, I’ll be interacting with Dr Jyoti of Dr Monga Clinic.

Dr Jyoti-        Hello, Good morning, I’m Dr Jyoti, so we can start with the questions?

Dr Prashant Das-       Thank you, Dr Jyoti. So my first question to you is what exactly is Ayurveda?
 

Dr Jyoti-       Okay, so, everybody has listened the term ‘ayurveda’. So Ayurveda if we split into two words, it’s ‘ayur’ and ‘veda’. ‘Ayur’ means life and ‘veda’ means science. So when we enter the college, the first sloka that we learn or we are taught is ‘Hita hitam sukham dukham ayus tasya hitahitam mana ch tachha yatrokatam Ayurveda sa uchyate’. Iska matlab hai, hitkar ahitkar sukhkar dukhkar ayu hai, aur iske ahit aur hit ke baare mein jo humein gyaan deta hai, usse ayurveda kahan jata hai. So I think you would be able to understand that it is the science in which we learn how to lead a healthy life and how we can get rid of the diseases.

Dr Prashant Das-       And my next question to you is why Ayurveda is not the first or primary option for a common man? When he is facing some problem and he goes to a doctor, why Ayurveda is not his first choice?

Dr Jyoti-          It’s very unfortunate actually. Ayurveda having its origins from India, people don’t believe that it is their own pathy, they don’t trust it. There are a lot of causes, lot of reasons why this is emerging as it. People are not trusting ayurveda as they are trusting the other pathies. So, first of all, is the ayurvedic doctors, you know they themselves do not have the confidence that they can treat people with ayurveda. They actually practice modern pathy, they do not know that there is hardly anything which they cannot treat with ayurveda. Secondly, you know, is the quacks. Quackery is a very very very big issue, you know. Aap jab jaate hai raste pe tab bahut saare aapko tent lagaye huye nazar aate hai, jispe aap dekhte hai, ‘ayurveda dwara ilaj kijiye’, ek jhole wala baba betha hota hai aur unhone 10-15 jars mein jo hai who aapke ayurvedic oshadhiya rakhi hui hai. Toh, people think that shayad yahi ayurveda hai, sorry, it is not ayurveda. And one very important thing, people think that drinking amla juice every day, drinking aloe vera, going vegetarian, and practising yoga is ayurveda. It is a part of ayurveda, but it is not complete ayurveda. People actually don’t know what wonders this pathy can do.

 

Dr Prashant Das-        Okay, so that leads me to the next question. We have been hearing about Dr Monga Clinic and we have a punch line also, that we practice ‘ethical ayurveda’. What is the difference between a normal ayurveda practice and an ethical Ayurveda practice?

Dr Jyoti-         You know, Mr Prashant, at Dr Monga’s Health World, our main motive is to develop faith in our ayurvedic pathy, means our ayurvedic medicine. We are doing our level best so we can make people understand that Ayurveda can do wonders, you know. But when we enter the college, we are taught, sabse pehle aapko kya karna chahiye? Hetu, ‘hetu’ means karan ko dhundiye. So until and unless you have a detailed word with your patient ki why you are having this problem, what is the diet, what is the lifestyle because there are so many so many things that are adding to the present condition of the patient. Thik hai, there are physiological diseases also, but they are getting worsened by your diet and lifestyle. So here at Dr Monga Clinic, we tell the patients to follow a healthy diet and lifestyle, to make changes in the diet and lifestyle, so that they can have the ultimate good health.

Dr Prashant Das-      A related question to the answer that you have just given, I would like to ask you how can a patient when he comes to an ayurvedic doctor and he gets prescribed for his disease or an illness, how can he derive the maximum benefits from the goodness of ayurveda?

Dr Jyoti-Very good question, actually. Actually, the best thing that a patient can get after having an ayurvedic treatment is that first of all, he or she should follow the do’s and don’t’s very properly. Finally, when a person comes to an ayurvedic doctor, woh sab jagah ghumke aata hai. The stage is at such a chronic point that you cannot expect wonders. It will take its time. So, first of all, they need to be patient, they need to follow the do’s and don’t’s properly so that they can achieve the best out of the ayurvedic treatment.

 

Thank you so much doctor and this brings to the first conclusion of the first episode of ‘Hello Doctor’, we’ll see you again, until then, take care and have a healthy life.

Thank you so much.

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Benefits of carom seeds (ajwain) for digestion, pain relief, and skin!<br/><br/>Carom is a promin...

Benefits of carom seeds (ajwain) for digestion, pain relief, and skin!

Carom is a prominent Indian herb that, apart from being used in cooking, comes loaded with many health benefits. Check out these unbeatable benefits you must have carom every day.

1. Cures acidity: powdered mixture of carom seeds, cumin seeds, and dry ginger powder relieves of acid reflux and acidity.

2. Treats constipation: carom seeds when consumed with lukewarm water help in treating constipation.

3. Relieves asthma: concoction of carom seeds helps in expelling mucus from the body and eases the condition of acute asthmatic patients. When consumed with jaggery, it effectively treats bronchitis.

4. Subsides renal pain: concoction of carom seeds helps in subsiding renal pains that may be due to an infection in kidneys or even liver.

5. Eases toothache: mix 1 teaspoon of carom oil with equal amount of clove oil. Floss your teeth and gums with this mixture to cure mouth odor, tooth ache or decaying.

6. Treats skin ailments: make a paste of carom seeds to apply over skin eruption, pimples, boils. This paste can even render relief to eczema patients.

7. Regulates pms: soak carom seeds over night and grind finely. Drink this to regulate scanty or excessive flow during PMS.

8. Benefits in arthritis: massage carom oil over painful joints and get relief from rheumatic pain.

9. Cures diarrhea: acute diarrhea can be easily cured with carom seeds. Prepare a brew of carom seeds to be consumed two times a day.

10: lightens facial scars: mix carom seeds powder with curd to be applied over acne scars. Follow this remedy consistently for 10 days and scars will start getting lighter.

11. Acts a mosquito repellent: mix carom seeds powder with mustard oil. Now smear this mixture over cardboard pieces and tie them at convenient places inside the room. This will keep irksome mosquitoes at bay.

12. Treats piles: the pain of piles can be effectively minimized by consuming carom seeds powder with buttermilk, seasoned with rock salt, after meals.

13. Enhances sexual ability: grind roasted carom seeds along with clarified butter and few tamarind kernels. Add 1 teaspoon of this powder to one glass milk with a dash of honey. Drink this every night. Over the time, this would enhance the sexual ability.

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Prescription In Medical Practice

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Delhi
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Hello Viewers!

We are here today to discuss on a very relevant kind of topic which is prescription in medical practice and we have with us Dr. Jyoti Monga from the Monga Ayurvedic Medi Clinic. She will be throwing light on the subject in a detailed manner. What exactly is a prescription? What is the significance of a prescription? What are the good prescriptions and what are the bad prescriptions? And, how Dr. Monga’s Clinic go about it?

Questions and Answers:

Q. What exactly is a prescription?

Answer by Dr. Jyoti Monga: Prescription is a very common word used when we visit a doctor. So, if we would summarise it, prescription is a gist of conversation between the patient and the doctor. So, it contains all the signs and symptoms that the patient has. So it is a summary of the problems that the patient has given to the doctor and the medicines that have been prescribed by the doctor. So, it contains or rather connects all the four people, i.e., the patient, doctor, the attendant looking after the patient and the chemist also. 

Q. What is the significance of prescription? Why is it so important?

Answer by Dr. Jyoti Monga: Basically, a written prescription gives a clarity to the patient that all health issues he is going through and what all instructions have been given to him and what all dos and don’ts he has to follow. In addition, what all medications he needs to take at what timings. Basically it is a synopsis that what all a patient has to follow according to the doctor in each and every manner to recover at the fastest. So basically, it establishes a bond of trust between the doctor and the patient. 

Q. Can you differentiate between a good prescription and a bad prescription?

Answer by Dr. Jyoti Monga: Yes obviously. There is a lot of difference between a good prescription and a bad prescription. You see so many prescriptions of doctors. First I would suggest every doctor to write the prescription in a readable handwriting. This is a complaint by the patients that they cannot read the prescription properly. I know that the doctors develop the habit of writing it in a flow and that is not easily understood by the patient. First of all, it should be clearly written and a good prescription should contain each and every minute detail about what all medicine has to be given and at what time it has to be taken in addition to the dos and don’ts that have to be followed properly. The lifestyle modifications that the patient has to make and refrain from promoting any OTC products are part of a good prescription. A good prescription is one in which we write the generic name of the medicines. Supposedly, a patient is having fever and supposedly we are giving Crocin that is so readily available. So, it is better to write Paracetamol, i.e., the name of the salt so that the patient can take it from anyone. 

So, this kind of prescription which follows each and every minor detail and tells the patient to follow each and everything properly is a good prescription. 

Anchor: Thank you Doctor for throwing light on this untouched topic because not many doctors practice the right prescription because many of them are quacks or unqualified doctors. With this, I conclude that whenever you visit a doctor, you must emphasize in getting the prescription written from the doctor because it is your right and whoever shies away from giving you a prescription, please be wary of visiting that doctor or practitioner next time.

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Harmful Effects Of Constipation

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Delhi
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Constipation is generally described as having fewer than three bowel movements a week. Some people experience chronic constipation that can interfere with their ability to go about their daily tasks , though occasional constipation is very common. One must take an appointment with doctor in case of unexplained and persistent changes in bowel habits.

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Hi when I pass urine it forms a balloon and that create a huge a pain and I have tight foreskin also please suggest some medicine to cure without going to surgery.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Delhi
Hi when I pass urine it forms a balloon and that create a huge a pain and I have tight foreskin also please suggest s...
Dear lybrate-user. 1.Kindly get your urine routine and urine culture tests done and consult a urologist. 2. Medicine cannot help you in tight foreskin problem. It is quiet correct. Manually trying to pull it back while doing oil message from top to bottom daily for 30 days may help if it does not help you have to go for an operation called circumcision. For more details please consult.
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Hi my period date is every month on 3 and I had unprecedented sex with my boy friend on 26 December but my period are not arrived on 3 January I saw four five day after I got a dout I am pregnant so I make test pregnancy test but the result is negative but period is not arrived I am waiting already ten days over still not came.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Delhi
Hi my period date is every month on 3 and I had unprecedented sex with my boy friend on 26 December but my period are...
Dear mam, then you should test once again, some times the test kit is invalid. For confirmation you should check once again.
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What is the reason for obesity, and how it will cure, how many days can be taken for complete recovery.

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Ayurveda, Delhi
What is the reason for obesity, and how it will cure, how many days can be taken for complete recovery.
Dear mam, there can be many reasons for obesity ,It could be because of heredity or any desease like pcod or hypothyroid or any other .so cure is possible only after knowing the exact course of the problem, for that you have to consult a doctor and get treatment done. For further you can private consult.
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Hello doctor. My hight 168 centimeters. And my weight is 55 kilogram. Sir I want to increase my height 3 centimeter more. So what I can do for this.

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Ayurveda, Delhi
Hello doctor. My hight 168 centimeters. And my weight is 55 kilogram. Sir I want to increase my height 3 centimeter m...
Dear sir, increase of height or weight of the body depends upon growth hormones and there are some exercises and yoga to increase height ,for that you should consult a doctor .bcz it does not only help with exercise.
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Hi, Increase of Melatonin in the body. Kidneys are leaking protein crystals. I'm concerned about my kidney too. I'm afraid to eat much and I usually cannot figure out that what to eat and not. Feel tired too.Please suggest how can I maintain my kidney health.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Delhi
Hi, Increase of Melatonin in the body. Kidneys are leaking protein crystals. I'm concerned about my kidney too. I'm a...
Dear sir, you should take light easy digestable food, avoid maida, udad dal, rajma,chole ,fatty and oily food.
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I am suffering from bad breath problem from last 7 years, please suggest medicine.

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Ayurveda, Delhi
Bad breathe is a symptom in which foul smell can be becouse of poor hygiene or any problem with your digestion ,like sever constipation or obstruction ,for that you have to maintaine your oral hygiene and drink more of water ,if still persist then you have to consult a doctor for treatment.
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I am a 16 year boy I am very obese. My fat is increase day by day I try everything but result is not come and my height is not growing from one year help me. Weight = 84 Height = 5.4 inch Blood = A+

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I am a 16 year boy I am very obese. My fat is increase day by day I try everything but result is not come and my heig...
Dear lybrate-user, As you are at very young age, it is advisable to pay attention on your diet and lifestyle routine. Take small or less meals for every short period of time i.e. After every 2-2.5 hr. Do exercise and walk daily. Indulge yourself in curricular activities and sports activities. You will be fine.
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Doctor mujhe white discharge k wajah s kiya chakar aa sakte h kya. Week ness baut h. Aap batao kiya kana chai mjhe.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Delhi
Dear lybrate-user, Ha ho sakta hai apko white discharge ki wajah se chakkar ate ho. Agar white discharge bohot jyada hota hai to isse body weak hoti hai. Aap pareshan na ho apki problem ka solution hai hamare paas jisse aap puri tarah se theek ho jaenge. Hum Ayurvedic medicines ke sath sath diet and exercise bhi batate hain jisse aap puri tarah se theek ho sakte hain. Aap mujhe mere private consultation me consult kar sakte hain.
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