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Dr. Mukesh Agarwal

Pediatrician, Delhi

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Dr. Mukesh Agarwal is one of the best Pediatricians in Paschim Vihar, Delhi. He is currently practising at Sanchet Hospital in Paschim Vihar, Delhi. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Mukesh Agarwal on Lybrate.com.

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Sir my daughter is 12 years old she is troubled by sex related questions when she something related to that she feel uneasy she shares everything got with me but many things keep coming to her mind and she gets disturbed. She cried and was very worried about her situation. Even she feels odd when I touch her. Please suggest what to do.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Noida
Hello Lybrate user As you asked about your problems of your daughter's sex related questions I would like to ask you that it is not very serious problems but it is due to anxiously or with her friend's talking regarding it. So that may be possible because of getting knowledge from you. May be she started her period nearly so pre menarch she has so many things to know about sex relationships. Don't worry for it.
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Dear sir/madam In the beginning, I must give Lybrate doctors a lot of thanks for giving medical advices earlier. I have a 5.5 months old baby now. He weighs 6.5 kgs .my wife can't feed him breast milk sufficiently. So my son cries. Please suggest what to do? Can I use hairloss or cerelac? Or biscuits with milk? Or homemade fruit purees? Or rice dal ?here our local pediatricians do not suggest food habit broadly. Please give a complete food list for a 5.5 months baby.

MD - Paediatrics
Pediatrician, Zirakpur
You can start with complementary foods like dal mashed potatoes mashed bananas curd kheer suji halva. U need to give 3 to 5 times wheat/ rice / cereals in any form like churi mashed rice kheer parantha stuffed and mashed halva atta or suji etc and 2 times snacks which may include fruits and vegetables mashed. Extra you can give water in drinking no juices with preservatives. Cerelac you can use but home made food best.
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We have a 6 month girl baby with cranial vault height little high, searching for some physiotherapy exercises to correct the shape.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
We have a 6 month girl baby with cranial vault height little high, searching for some physiotherapy exercises to corr...
Shift the infant off the flattened areas to enable the head to assume a symmetric shape. • Alternate the head position in supine (right cheek to mattress one time, left cheek next). • When awake and supervised, prop the baby onto one side with a foam wedge or a towel rolled lengthwise along the baby’s back. • Conduct supervised “tummy time” in the waking hours to improve the baby’s muscle strength and development and keep the baby off the back of the head. • Watch for “high guard” positioning and ensure that the infant has opportunities for midline play. • Limit time in car seats, infant seats, swings, and strollers. • Frequently change the position of the crib or the orientation of the baby in the crib to reduce the baby’s tendency to look in the same direction. • Change positions when feeding, carrying, and holding the baby. • Provide supervised upright play as soon as the baby has upright head control. • Interact with the baby from different sides, during feeding, changing, and playing. • Encourage side-lying play. • Under the direction of a physical therapist or physician, perform neck range of motion exercises for torticollis as needed.
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Hi, I'm a 14 years old girl. I am a boyish type of girl, I don't really go out of the house don't have a boyfriend since birth, I'm very focused on my study, and I'm an achiever in our school as well, And when I go out my parents are always w/ me, I masturbate w/ my pants and panties on but just rubbing it not fingering. So I have this very strange feeling, & I don't even want to mention it cause it's very impossible. Because after I go biking on thursday my nipples hurt when they're slightly touched, is it because I only wear sando bras instead of bras? And also my pimples are coming out. I didn't get my period yet but there's also a problem in my period, Cause when I got it It's like a flood flowing and lasts until 1-2 months and skips form 3-4 months that's also the reason why we go to a ob gyn for a check up last summer, And then the ob gyn gave me some trust pills which has numbers of days in it and has yellow and brown color. But still my period skips 1 month now only and when I got it it only lasts 5 days. Then in the evening I only ate a little amount for dinner and just ate breakfast w/ one scoop of rice only in the 10/11am, I didn't ate lunch, But I take snacks SOMETIMES in the afternoon (That's the way I eat and been months since I do this) And I also often drink soft drinks. I drink them like water when I get thirsty. So later on in that evening. I slept at 11pm and just suddenly woke up at 1am w/ sort of nausea, A little Abdominal pain, I got cold, I urinate frequently but a just a little amount of urine, I farted a lot, My tummy is bloating, I cannot finish a yawn, I have a little blood in my rectal, I have hard and liquid stools, And I cannot go back to sleep so I stay awake until 6am. Then when I take my breakfast I like to vomit it but I forced myself to eat it but then I didn't vomit it but I had hard time chewing it. Pls help me. I'm very worried and confused now!

Diploma in Child Health (DCH), F.I.A.M.S. (Pediatrics)
Pediatrician, Muzaffarnagar
Hi, I'm a 14 years old girl. I am a boyish type of girl, I don't really go out of the house don't have a boyfriend si...
There is nothing abnormal at this age. For your periods, you are already under treatment of obs and gyn. Rectal bleed may be due to 1st part of constipated hard stool that proceed loose stool. Your food habit is under quantity and under nourishing causing constipation. Change your food habit and concentrate on your studies.
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Easy Ways to Reduce Your Kid's Exposure to Cell Phone Radiation

DNB (Pediatrics), MBBS
Pediatrician, Ghaziabad
Easy Ways to Reduce Your Kid's Exposure to Cell Phone Radiation

Cell phones bring us close to people, but can also have a harmful effect on our health. Studies show that cell phone radiation could be one of the causes for brain cancer. However, this does not stop us from using a cell phone. Unfortunately, some people also allow their children to use cell phones, thus putting them at risk also.

Here are a few tips to reduce your child's exposure to cell phone radiation:

  1. Limit the use of cell phones: Adding an old school landline to your home can be used not only as a decor element, but functionally as well. When at home, route all calls of your cell phone to the landline. In addition, do not allow your children to use the cell phone as toy to play games on. If you absolutely must, give them the phone to play a game on, but first put it onto flight mode.
  2. Maintain distance: Start using a headset while answering calls on your cell phone. This allows you to keep a distance between the phone and your body. If children use your phone to answer calls, encourage them to do the same as well. As far as possible do not keep your phone in your pocket for long durations. If the cell phone is used as a morning alarm, ensure that it is not kept under the pillow, but on the bedside table.
  3. Text: Studies show that texting emits less radiation than voice calls. Make use of group messaging facilities to further reduce the amount of messages you need to send out and in turn the radiation emitted.
  4. Choose a good case: Some phone cases are built with materials that limit the radiation emitted by the phone. These cases allow the phone to receive signal, but restrict the outgoing radiations, thus protecting the person using the phone.
  5. Find good signal: Using your phone in an area with good reception will not only let you enjoy an uninterrupted call, but can also protect you against cell phone radiation. This is because radiation and signal strength have an inversely proportional relationship; the lower the signal, the higher the amount of radiation emitted.
  6. Ethernet cords: Today, an internet connection is a must have in every house. Along with cell phones, laptops and tablets emit radiation as well. To protect your family from this radiation use an Ethernet cord to connect to the internet instead of a wireless router.
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M having upper respiratory tract infection. What medicines should I take to cure?

MD - Paediatrics, MBBS
Pediatrician, Jaipur
Saline gargles, paracetamol for 3 days is enough for you, may require some antihistaminic for 3 days.
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If nicip plus is consumed by child of 7 years once then what to do? Please advise

MBBS, DPM
Psychiatrist, Bangalore
Dear Bhim, How many tablets the child swallowed, whether the child had any food before swallowing the tablet, weight of the child, etc should be given in detail. If it is just one and after food, do not worry. But in future, be careful to keep all tablets out of reach of children. There are regular tablets supplied in child proof bottles.
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My daughter age 3 year woh khana ni khati hai bhut pareshan kr ti hai khane k liye bs thoda milk piti hai bs night m koi syrup suggest me.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
My daughter age 3 year woh khana ni khati hai bhut pareshan kr ti hai khane k liye bs thoda milk piti hai bs night m ...
All children will have hesitation to eat and each one has his or her own taste. If we force feed it will only lead to food aversion. If you give her bottle feed stop it and give foods she likes and make eating a playful even rater than a difficult or risky work
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