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Dr. Ricky Singh

Allergist/Immunologist, new delhi

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I'm dedicated to providing optimal health care in a relaxed environment where I treat every patients as if they were my own family....more
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Dr. Ricky Singh is a renowned Allergist/Immunologist in New Delhi, Delhi. You can meet Dr. Ricky Singh personally at jai Mata di in New Delhi, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Ricky Singh and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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My mum is having asthma and thyroid problem from the last many year because of this my mother's weight is increasing and hair fall is increasing. She is on bed and having high body pain. please help me.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Dermatologist, Delhi
My mum is having asthma and thyroid problem from the last many year because of this my mother's weight is increasing ...
There are various reasons for getting hair fall. Nutritional deficiency, stress, acute illness like malaria, typhoid, jaundice, chronic illness like diabetes, thyroid can trigger the hair fall, Smoking, excessive alcohol intake. Hair is made up of minerals, protein and iron. Any deficiency can lead to hair fall. Take Proteins are more in sprouts, beans, nuts, soya. Green, help to nourish the hair roots. Take lots of salads, diced fresh fruit, Green Leafy Vegetables like Spinach, Lettuce, Leafy Greens, Turnip Greens, Broccoli, Beans and Green Peppers, Almonds/4 Walnuts on alternate day’s and 2Dates/2Figs on also alternate day’s and 2 prunes daily. One glass of Milk per day if possible cow’s milk,, 10 – 12 glass of water per day.
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Good morning my name is pranay I am suffering from. asthma. I can't able. To breath properly so please help. Me ang give any suggestions.

MBBS, MD Internal Medicines
General Physician, Lucknow
For bronchial asthma there are many devices available in the market which can be easily carried in pocket consult a physician for further guidance.
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I had asthma attack 3 years back, took antibiotics and some steroids and got cured in 12 - 13 days. After 3 years from that incident, now a days I started feeling breathlessness at any time of the day, whether I am seating of working, I start feeling uneasy. No medication is going on. I can walk 9 - 10 km without feeling exhausted but feel asthmatic even seating in chair. Can not talk long sentences. Please suggest any remedy. Regards.

BHMS
Homeopath, Faridabad
Hello, asthma is a common chronic inflammatory disease of the airways. Asthma is characterized by recurrent episodes of wheezing, shortness of breath, chest tightness, and coughing. Sputum may be produced from the lung by coughing but is often hard to bring up. During recovery from an attack, it may appear pus-like due to high levels of white blood cells called eosinophils. Symptoms are usually worse at night and in the early morning or in response to exercise or cold air. Some people with asthma rarely experience symptoms, usually in response to triggers, whereas others may have marked and persistent symptoms. Asthma is thought to be caused by a combination of genetic and environmental factors. Medication: bronchitis/ asthma can be treated well with homoeopathic medicines completely, only need to be regular with the medication and avoid those foods/ things to which you are allergic to for sometime. Keep taking your already on going medication, reduce it gradually and slowly once homoeopathic starts acting and there is stability as steroids do have withdrawal effects if stopped abruptly or suddenly. Take bakson's astha-aid drops/ 10-15 drops in 1/2 cup water/ thrice d day for 4 months. Then give me your feedback.
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My neighbours cat just sliced his nails in my leg it bled a bit, what to do is there any chance of rabies?

M.D. Consultant Pathologist, CCEBDM Diabetes, PGDS Sexology USA, CCMTD Thyroid, ACDMC Heart Disease, CCMH Hypertension, ECG
Sexologist, Sri Ganganagar
My neighbours cat just sliced his nails in my leg it bled a bit, what to do is there any chance of rabies?
Either wait and watch activity of cat. Ot take vaccination. Wash the site immediatelt. Tet vac. Also.
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Hi, I am 20 years old and having multiple problems. I am having HLAB27 POSITIVE I am having pain only on my right buttock and my sperm count is also very very less. which medicine should I take.

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Ayurveda, Indore
Hi, I am 20 years old and having multiple problems. I am having HLAB27 POSITIVE I am having pain only on my right but...
Hello dear Form when you are facing this problems? Are you done any medication before. According to you, you are HLAB27 positive which means your immune system is not well we have to boost up your immunity for which You must go for a proper medication for a time of 6 to 8 months for best results.
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I am an 26 year old male I am suffering with asthma what can I do for complete cure.

MBBS, MS (ENT & HEAD AND NECK SURGERY), FSIB, Diploma in Allergy and Asthma
ENT Specialist, Delhi
Asthma at present can be treated with medications like inhalers and tablets, regarding permanent cure there are options like sublingual immunotherapy, consult a nearby ent specialist or allergist or respiratory physician for further workup and to determine if you are a good candidate for sublingual immunotherapy.
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I am 25 male. And I have a concern regarding allergies that I have. I have severe dust and dust mite allergy plut wheat. Due to which I have constant mucus buildup and congestion. I want to know if it could be treated I am a potential singer however this problem is blocking my way. Thanks in advance.

MS - ENT,MBBS
ENT Specialist, Kolkata
Dust allergy is partly genetic and partly environmental. Thus it never goes away. With better, less dusty environment  the extent if the problem gets reduced. Medicines help to downregulate the immune response of your body to these environmental allergens. Long term lifestyle  changes with gradually tapering medication  helps to tackle chronic sinus problems.  Start taking Steam inhalation twice a day. *For chronic allergic rhinosinusitis you will need to take a long term course of antibiotics  together  with Nasal sprays. *You will need to avoid dusty environment  and dust mites, animal dander etc. Regular cleaning of AC air filters. Wearing mask while driving 2 wheelers/working in dusty  areas Medical  management  is done for 3 months and then patients  condition is reviewed.  Intermittent treatment is not beneficial  in the long run. Around 30 %of people with allergic rhinitis  will develop Asthma if not treated. But majority of patients with asthma are allergic to dust. Active treatment  of nasal allergy reduces Asthma attacks and medicine requirements. This improve  quality of life.
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A 78 year old lady, suffering asthma for time. Now a days she is suffering civieric breathing problem. What kind of I would suggest.

FCCP (USA), MD - Pulmonary Medicine
Pulmonologist, Indore
Better visit a chest specialist personally. She may be requiring short course of oral steroid and oxygen inhalation.
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Lupus Flare-up - Ways You Can Manage It!

MD - Dermatology , Venereology & Leprosy, Diploma In Dermatology And Venerology And Leprosy (DDVL), MBBS
Dermatologist, Bangalore
Lupus Flare-up - Ways You Can Manage It!

Lupus is an autoimmune system disease in which the body's immune system gets hyperactive and attacks the normal and healthy tissue. It is a chronic illness. Individuals with lupus may encounter episodes of a flare up when symptoms show up, and episodes of remission when the side effects are under control. During a lupus flare up one may experience side effects such as weariness, exhaustion, weight reduction, fever, and iron deficiency. Flares and remissions can happen at any time, all of a sudden.

Some of the cautioning signs of a flare are as follows:

  1. Weakness and fatigue
  2. High fever
  3. Increased pain
  4. Development of a rash or worsening of one
  5. Disturbed stomach
  6. A migraine or wooziness

Some of the ways through which one can reduce lupus flare-ups are as follows

  1. Figure out how to perceive the signs of a flare up and talk to your specialist regarding them.
  2. Keep up your physical well-being. Make sure to visit your specialist frequently, regardless of the fact that you are feeling fine. Plan customary dental, eye, and gynecological exams.
  3. Get enough rest. Be adaptable with your timetable of day-by-day exercises.
  4. Attempt to limit your anxiety and stress. Since this might be difficult to do now and again, think about creating a method of managing stress. Build up an emotionally supportive network that includes your family, companions, medicinal or nursing experts, group associations, and care groups.
  5. Participate in an activity or a project to help you keep up physical wellness and decrease stress.
  6. Have a solid and healthy eating routine.
  7. Limit your exposure to the sun and different sources of bright light, for example, fluorescent or incandescent lamps.
  8. Notify your specialist immediately regarding any damage, ailment, or infection in case you do not feel well.
  9. Delay elective surgery (dental surgery and teeth pulling) until your lupus is under control or going away.
  10. Lupus may bring about issues for a pregnant woman and her child. Thus, women with lupus need to be careful while planning any pregnancy. Try not to quit using conception prevention until you have talked about the likelihood of pregnancy with your specialist and he or she has verified that you are perfectly healthy to get pregnant.
  11. Talk to your specialist before you quit taking any recommended medicines.
  12. Check with your specialist or attendant before taking any over-the-counter prescriptions.
  13. Be cautious while attempting any over-the-counter medications for your skin or scalp. In case there is any redness, rash, raised areas, itching or irritation, do not use the medicine.
  14. Know that specific physician recommended medications might trigger a flare. up Likewise, tell your lupus specialist or doctor if any new prescriptions have been recommended for you.
  15. Make sure to check with your lupus specialist before accepting any vaccination. Routine injections, including those for season's flu virus and pneumonia, are an essential piece of keeping up your well-being, and you need to get them if your specialist confirms. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem,

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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I am an bronchial asthama patient and am suffering from breathlessness often what medicine should I take have consulted the doctor but have got little relief.

MD - Pulmonary, DTCD
Pulmonologist, Faridabad
Get a spirometry done to diagnose cause of breathlessness. Can be cardiac cause also. Consult a pulmonologist. If diagnosed case of asthma, can try budamate 200 2 puyff/twice/day with spacer.
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