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Dr. Naresh  - Gastroenterologist, Delhi

Dr. Naresh

86 (16 ratings)
DNB (Gastro), MD - General Medicine, MBBS

Gastroenterologist, Delhi

19 Years Experience  ·  700 - 1000 at clinic  ·  ₹500 online
Dr. Naresh 86% (16 ratings) DNB (Gastro), MD - General Medicine, MBBS Gastroenterologist, Delhi
19 Years Experience  ·  700 - 1000 at clinic  ·  ₹500 online
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Dr.Naresh Bansal is Consultant in the Institute of Liver, Gastroenterology and Pancreatobiliary Sciences at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, New Delhi. He is also Associate Professor, GRIPMER. An astute Gastroenterologist, Liver Specialist, Endoscopist and Transplant Hepatologist, he pursued MBBS from the S.M.S. Medical College, Jaipur, MD (Medicine) from the J.L.N. Medical College, Ajmer, and DNB (Gastroenterology) from the Sir Ganga Ram Hospital in New Delhi. As a committed doctor, he has undergone many advanced courses and trainings, including the 'Liver Transplant Update Course' conducted by Pancreato Biliary & Liver Diseases Foundation, Singapore, 'The Science of Motility: Advances & Opportunities in Chronic Constipation & IBS Course' conducted by the John Hopkins University & School of Medicine, USA, 'Bedside Teaching, Research Methods & Evaluation Course' conducted by the National Board of Examinations in New Delhi, and the 'Radiofrequency Ablation Course' conducted by the European Society of Interventional Radiology in Greece. He has 100 publications and more than 120 presentations to his credit. He holds several key memberships in prestigious medical professional bodies including American Gastroenterological Association. He has been bestowed with many awards. He received the Bikaner Chapter Award by API and the Best Poster Award by the Society of GI Endoscopy of India in 2006. He has received awards from many dignitaries for medical excellence including Vice President of India and Director, AIIMS. He has also been honoured by various NGOs from time to time for his service to mankind and society. He has organized various free camps in Delhi and remote areas of Haryana and Rajasthan. He has been instrumental in raising awareness about Hepatitis B and C and in holding various free vaccination camps. He is a keen author and his medical articles are very popular amongst many newspapers. He is a good orator and has delivered almost 100 lectures in various local, national and international meetings and conferences, which are widely appreciated.


DNB (Gastro) - Sir Gangaram Hospital, Delhi - 2006
MD - General Medicine - Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Ajmer - 2002
MBBS - Sawai ManSingh Medical College, Jaipur - 1999
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Awards and Recognitions
• Best Gastro and Liver Specialist Award
• Medical Excellence Award
Professional Memberships
• Indian Society of Gastroenterology.
• Society of GI Endoscopy of India
• American Gatroentrological Associaciation
• Indian Medical Association


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After eating anything heavy food he not getting digesting properly and he is feeling that the stomach is getting big. He will take bp tablets daily mrng with an empty stomach doctor suggested to take with an empty stomach.

General Physician, Mumbai
After eating anything heavy food he not getting digesting properly and he is feeling that the stomach is getting big....
Dear Lybrateuser, - The problem could be due to acidity - take some dietary precautions: - avoid fried, spicy, sour & junk foods, also restrict tea, coffee to 1-2 cups per day, avoid alcohol & smoking if you do - chew your food well, have meals on time, do not skip meals, have 4-5 small meals including snacks rather than three large meals for proper digestion, raise your pillow end by 4-6 inches while sleeping at night, have dinner 2-3 hrs before bedtime, take a walk for 10-15 min after meals - have plenty of oral fluids including 7-8 glasses of water for proper hydration & digestion - take tablet Pan 40,1 tablet half an hour before breakfast in the morning for 1-2 weeks - do regular exercise like walking, yoga for proper digestion.
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I am having hyper acidity gas problem from last three year. I try many medicines but it's continue.

MS - General Surgery, MBBS
General Surgeon, Delhi
I am having hyper acidity gas problem from last three year. I try many medicines but it's continue.
Avoid tea/coffee alcohol, smoking spicy food. Life style changes and food habbits can solve your problem easily. Chew your food properly. Avoid outside food. Walk about 3-5 kms daily. There should be gap of 2hrs after dinner and sleep. Small and frequent meals is of help. Keep your blood sugar controlled. Raise your bed about 4" from headend side. Get your gastroendoscopy done. Tab nexpro-l 1 tab empty stomach. Consult doctor.
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My friend who is 20 years old got hurt in the anal area while having sex. She was in a lot of pain. She fainted in some time. What could be the reason that she fainted?

Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery, MS - General Surgery, MBBS, FICS
General Surgeon, Delhi
She must have developed an anal fissure. Anal Fissure is a painful condition and extreme pain can sometimes lead to fainting. She should have sitz bath at least twice a day. Keep the stools soft by taking plenty of fluids and fibre rich diet. She can take some stool softener at bed time for few days. She must avoid non -veg, fried and spicy food. A pain killer sos may help. Thanks.
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Dyspepsia: Symptoms And Causes

DM - Gastroenterology, MD - General Medicine, MBBS
Gastroenterologist, Hyderabad
Dyspepsia: Symptoms And Causes

Dyspepsia is a disorder of the stomach that is characterized by pain in the upper part of the stomach. It is not a single disorder, but is a collection of symptoms such as nausea, burping and bloating. It results when the acid of the stomach comes in contact with the mucosa of the digestive tract. These acids cause a breakdown of the mucosa leading to inflammation and irritation, which leads to indigestion. It may also result from eating disorders or certain medications.

The symptoms of this disorder tend to occur mostly after consuming food and drink. In some cases, the symptoms tend to go away after eating or drinking. The symptoms of dyspepsia are: 

  1. You may feel bloated on a regular basis
  2. You may experience discomfort in your stomach
  3. Loss of appetite
  4. You may experience constant burping
  5. You may feel nauseous
  6. Symptoms of heartburn
  7. You may also experience chest pain and breathing difficulties
  8. You may be affected by jaundice

The various causes of dyspepsia are: 

  1. Irritable bowel syndrome, which hampers the movement of food through the intestines
  2. If you are unable to properly digest dairy products
  3. Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) that results in reflux of the acids of the stomach
  4. Any inflammation of the gall bladder
  5. Various medicines such as aspirin, steroids and antibiotics may lead to dyspepsia
  6. If you suffer from depression or anxiety then it may lead to dyspepsia
  7. Excess consumption of chocolate, coffee and alcohol

Dyspepsia may be controlled by modifying your lifestyle. Some of the changes that you may make are

  1. Don't sleep immediately after eating, wait for at least two hours before you go to bed
  2. Avoid spicy foods as they tend to aggravate symptoms of dyspepsia
  3. Space out your meals, eat multiple smaller meals instead of few large ones
  4. Restrict smoking and alcohol consumption
  5. Lose weight as being overweight may lead to dyspepsia
  6. Avoid wearing tight clothes 
  7. Exercise on a regular basis to keep your body healthy and maintain optimal weight levels

    If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a gastroenterologist.

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How to prevent of phischula? That is very pathetic. That reason I would be ask you.

MS - General Surgery
General Surgeon, Kanpur
Fistula specially in anal region is very notorious for recurrence. A good surgical excision of whole tract is necessary followed by good hygiene and regular follow up with the surgeon.
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Sir arnica mon q is it a tonic or medicated oil? And also Acid hydrofluoric30.2 tds what is it. Is it a tablet or tonic or a medical shampoo.

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Sir arnica mon q is it a tonic or medicated oil? And also Acid hydrofluoric30.2 tds what is it. Is it a tablet or ton...
Arnica and its extracts have been widely used in folk and homeopathic medicine as a treatment for acne, boils, bruises, rashes, sprains, pains, and other wounds. Overall, there does not appear to be sufficient evidence to support the use of arnica as an anti-inflammatory or analgesic agent, or to prevent bruising; however, heterogeneity of doses and delivery forms (as well as indications) in available clinical studies makes generalizations difficult.
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I had get done operation of fissures and fistula in month of August 2017 now you will suggest for proper diet to get fit.

General Surgeon, Jabalpur
Take low spicy rich fibre diet drink plenty of water I will pray almighty for your speedy recovery all the best.
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From last 5 years I have a pain in abdominal, not all the time but it occurs sometime.

Homeopath, Raebareli
Please do a usg whole abdomen. Also stool test. Do take balance diet avoid fast-food/cold drinks get back to me after the test is done.
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Dear Dr. Sir, I am 26 year old boy, my concern is that I am getting gas very much. So you are requested to guide me for this problem.

Diploma in Gastroenterology, Diploma In Pulmonary Medicine , MSCP, BHMS, SVD( skin and veneral diseases)
Homeopath, Hyderabad
Dear Dr. Sir, I am 26 year old boy, my concern is that I am getting gas very much. So you are requested to guide me f...
1) stop (or at least cut down on) smoking. [i don't smoke, so this one's easy for me.] 2) limit intake of coffee, tea, alcohol, and colas. [first 3 are no problem for me, but I drink a lot of sodas.] 3) avoid spicy, acidic, tomato-based, or fatty foods like chocolate, citrus fruits, fruit juices, onion rings, pizza, and spagetti & meatballs. [this one is really tough for me, I love pizza.] 4) don't gorge on big meals, eat small or moderately sized meals. [this one can be tough around the holidays (thanksgiving through new year's) where there are lots of home cooking or buffet-style celebrations.] 5) watch your weight. Being overweight puts increased pressure in the abdomen that agrivates reflux and heartburn. [this is what I think really started my problem, I stopped working out and gained some weight a while back. Starting to be a little more active so I can drop the pounds.] 6) avoid exercise or strenuous physical activity for 30 - 40 minutes after eating. [this one's easy for me right now until I start really getting back into a workout routine.] 7) avoid eating 3 - 4 hours before bedtime, or avoid lying down for 3 - 4 hours after eating. [this one's tricky becuase I don't have a normal sleep pattern or eating pattern.] 8) if heartburn and reflux happen a lot while sleeping, raise the head of the bed on blocks by at least 6 inches. [haven't had to do this yet.]
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Hi Doctor, I am having lots of hesitation to visit a hospital in regards to my issue. I am having a pain near the anus/rectum portion. I could find a bulge in that area and it is paining always. No bleeding. Kindly tell me what is the problem and proper medication. Note: I am a marketing person and travel frequently. So, always I have the fear that what will I do if I need to go to toilet while travelling. So, I use the toilets at least 3 times a day. This might be a reason for the problem I guess. Regards,

MBBS, M S General Surgery ,
General Surgeon, Chandigarh
hi during travelling u can go for toilet when ever it actually comes .. I would suggest that u should never put lot of pressure while passing stool. avoid non veg diet and fast foods .. take high fibre diet and plenty of fluids apply lol cream 5% for applying thrice a day for ten days . syrup lactulose 3tsf thrice a day for ten days isapgol powder 3tsf thrice a day for ten days sit in warm water for 15 min thrice a day. Don't worry u will be olrite
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