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Good morning sir, I am suffering from GB (size 13*13 mm.) Can it dissolve/ operations. Any medicine please suggest. Thank you.
Hi Doctor, I'm 37 years old married male, 56 kgs. I'm facing this re-curing problem of anal fissures due to constipation for last 8-10 months. One doctor (General Medicine) from Apollo Clinic, had advised me to take fruits with banana two times a day and predominantly stay on veg diet (less spicy in food preparation) with occasional non-veg since as it’s a lifestyle issue. Problem is whenever I take non-veg food, the pain returns. Is there any homeopathy remedy to permanently cure this, I have continuously taken Biochemic combination No. 17 (SBL company) for Fissures and piles but not much help. Thanks
I am 36, from yesterday my problem is loose motion and feeling tired. May be gas / acidic taken eno.
Sir /madam In my cousin she is paining left side heep and all report get it but doctor said its problem fatty liver doctor giving tablet already she is using that but I have question why do come fatty liver I need reason and also what she eat foods and drink tel me sir its cure ha And one thing she is not drugged and she is not eat vegetables only eat non veg but oil and red chilies and turmeric is using only packet product Thank you sir.
Ulcers. What causes them? I have ulcers once in a while, and when I do they come in groups of 3,4,5 or even 6 at once. The ulcer gels aren't very effective. They stay for a week before fading away. They are all over the mouth and tongue. Sometimes they begin with wide redness then a big ulcer! How can I never get ulcers?
I get back pain and its mostly alternative days. Though I know it's not gastric pain however I do have gastric problem. Can you let me know what can be the reason of pain.
Mujhe parso night se toilet bar bar aa rahi hai karke aao phir lagne lagta hai ke toilet aa rahi hai jase 2 se 3 bund aa rahi ho mane diabetes bhi check kari par wahe bhi normal asa mera sath 8 months phele bhi yahi problem hui mane bahut Dr. Ko consult kiya, ultrasound karaya, blood test karayi, toilet test karaya par kuch nahi nikla last me mane urologist ko dikhaya unhone anxiety ke problem bataye phir ma apne aap sahi ho gya unhone ek medicine bhi de thi, phir ma apne shaadi me busy ho gya ma sahi ho gya par ab shaadi ke 2 months baad ye phir se ho gye hai please prescribe me some medicine I thankful to you Please.
I am 40 yrs old woman sometimes I have a bloating problem. feel very restlessness and uneasy. And have a headache also around eyes also.
Last 3 months I am not feeling comfortable in liver side, even feeling heart burning sensation after doing ECG every thing normal, ultrasonic scan report is also normal its affecting my job also, yesterday I feel little bit unconscious not completely do the needful.
My digestion system is so week. whenever I eat something after 10 to 15 minutes I get motion so tell me what else can I do.
The term cirrhosis refers to liver scarring due to various diseases and conditions such as chronic alcoholism and hepatitis. Each time the liver gets injured, it tries to repair itself, resulting in the formation of the scar tissue. With the progression of cirrhosis, a number of tissues generate making the task of liver difficult. Since the liver is an important organ of the body due to its functionalities such as detoxification and nutrient generation, reduced function of liver poses a serious threat to the body.
Symptoms of liver cirrhosis:
Unfortunately, cirrhosis doesn’t portray any conspicuous symptoms that can be easily identified until the scarring has reached a level of threat. Some of the common signs and symptoms of this disease include fatigue, nausea, itchy skin, drowsiness, enlarged breasts, testicular atrophy, fluid in the abdomen, bleeding from the mouth, leg swelling, redness in palms etc.
Causes of liver cirrhosis:
There could be an array of reasons for the occurrence of liver cirrhosis. The major causes include an accumulation of fat in the liver, chronic alcoholism and chronic hepatitis. Some of the other reasons include cystic fibrosis, bile duct deformation, Wilson’s disease, hemochromatosis, schistosomiasis, continuous consumption of medicines such as methotrexate, a disease involving glycogen storage and Aalagille syndrome.
Complications involved in liver Cirrhosis:
- High blood pressure: Cirrhosis results in slow blood movement through the passage of the liver resulting in an increased pressure on the vein that is responsible for carrying blood from the intestine to the liver. This increases the blood pressure in the body.
- Swelling of abdomen and legs: Portal hypertension can result in accumulation of fluid in the leg and the abdomen due to the liver’s inability to producing an important protein known as the albumin.
- Spleen enlargement: Portal hypertension is responsible for changing the shape of the spleen. Decreased count of WBC and the platelets indicate towards portal hypertension and cirrhosis.
- Bleeding: Portal hypertension doesn’t let the blood flow in its normal path. It directs the blood to flow through smaller veins. The veins, in turn, swell and burst to cause a massive amount of bleeding.
Liver cirrhosis doesn’t get detected easily. It is often diagnosed with a routine blood test. Some of the lab tests that can help to identify cirrhosis include blood work to check organ function of liver and kidney. Your doctor might suggest other tests such as MRI scan, CT scan or liver biopsy.
Treatment for the underlying cause of liver cirrhosis is done to keep the disease under control. A doctor might treat you for weight loss, alcohol dependency, complications related to hepatitis, portal hypertension and hepatic encephalopathy. For advanced cases where the liver stops functioning, a doctor might suggest a patient go for a liver transplant. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a gastroenterologist.