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Dr. Rishaw

General Physician, Delhi

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Dr. Rishaw is an experienced General Physician in Najafgarh, Delhi. Doctor is currently associated with Noble Health Care in Najafgarh, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Rishaw and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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Can anyone tell me that how to fight with diabetes because I am suffering from this problem and now I want to get rid of it please help me.

Practical Course In Diabetology, Post Graduate Course In Diabetology, MBBS
Endocrinologist, Jammu
Can anyone tell me that how to fight with diabetes because I am suffering from this problem and now I want to get rid...
Avoid sugar, junk food, fried food and fruit juices. Exercise regularly, and take medicines prescribed by your doctor.
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My sperm is not thick what to do to make it normal? And food to increase sperm count.

BHMS
Homeopath, Sindhudurg
My sperm is not thick what to do to make it normal?
And food to increase sperm count.
Take in plenty of mineral zinc. It's associated with increased semen volume, sperm count, and testosterone levels. Take in about 11mg daily, which you can get by eating walnuts, beans, oysters, beef, and chicken . Take in amino acids, as supplements or in food. homoepathic treatment increase sperm count and quality. .
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Hello Doctor, My mother (54 years) after her menopause, she was getting bleeding. So she undergone a TAH (Uterus removal) surgery on 28.12. 2015. Doctor had sent her uterus for Testing and report came as like this" Endometrium: Features are suggestive of Endometrioid Endometrial Adenocarcinoma - FIGO Grade 1. Myometrium: Inner 1/2nd of Myometrium InfiltratedLeiomyoma. Cervix: Chronic Cervicitis. Ovaries: Corpora Albicantia. Tubes: Normal HistologyResected (Lateral Soft Tissue) Margins - Free of tumour. Please give me some suggestion and I am so afraid of it.

MBBS (Gold Medalist, Hons), MS (Obst and Gynae- Gold Medalist), DNB (Obst and Gynae), Fellow- Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (ACOG, USA), FIAOG, MRCOG (London, UK)
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
It is early stage cancer of uterus. We need to review the slides and then consider whether she needs further treatment or not. In most cases, this cancer patients remain well for long time.
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Nosebleed - 8 Tips to Prevent it

MS - ENT
ENT Specialist, Gandhinagar
Nosebleed - 8 Tips to Prevent it

There are various type of nosebleed that can be caused by a variety of conditions. While some of them may not be too serious, one must never ignore heavy and persistent nosebleed. Nosebleeds are of two kinds: anterior nosebleed and posterior nosebleed. While 90% of all nosebleeds are anterior nosebleeds, the posterior nosebleeds are far less common and may be slightly more serious in nature. An anterior nosebleed is usually caused in the blood vessels that lie on the front portion of the nose and can be controlled easily. A posterior nosebleed usually comes from damage to an artery in the rear portion of the nose. Infection, trauma, allergic reactions and other such causes may be behind a nosebleed.

Let us cast a glance on the tips to prevent nosebleeds.

  1. Salt water and saline nose drops can be used in order to prevent nosebleeds. It is important to take these on a regular basis in case you are experiencing these nosebleeds on a regular basis.
  2. You can also consult doctor, who may prescribe blood thinners so that the blood does not clot and lead to a nosebleed. You will need to ensure that you take such medication only when the doctor prescribes the same.
  3. The use of painkillers like Aspirin and other non-steroid anti-inflammatory drugs must be limited. Sometimes, taking such medication too frequently may lead to nosebleeds.
  4. You would do well to control your blood pressure because hypertension and other forms of high blood pressure can also cause nosebleeds. Lifestyle changes like your diet and exercise can help in keeping a more stable blood pressure level so that you do not fall prey to frequent nosebleeds.
  5. Humidify your home with a humidifier so that the air does not get too dry. Many times, this causes nosebleeds. Also, you may want to keep the heat down in the bedrooms. Many nosebleeds happen due to too warm temperatures while you are sleeping.
  6. Nose picking should also be discouraged as it can lead to nosebleeds in case there is a scratch or any other kind of damage when you try to force the dirt out.
  7. It has also been found that smoking has a connection with nosebleeds. This can be fixed if the patient quits smoking.
  8. One should not use nasal sprays without a prescription from a doctor. This also includes antihistamines, decongestants as well as other medicated sprays. These may not suit the patient at all times, and may also lead to nosebleeds.

In the event of a nosebleed, you will need to lean forward with your head tilted backwards. This will stem the bleeding. If it is possible, you must also try and lie down immediately for a few minutes.

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I have recurring headache for past few days. It starts as soon as I come from the outside. What should I do?

MD(EH)/AM/Accupressure
Homeopath, Chandigarh
I have recurring headache for past few days. It starts as soon as I come from the outside. What should I do?
Lybrate-user, you may take kali phos and ferrum phos in 12x three times daily, four tablets each days, for two days.
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Sir my Back neck is very pain. Last week I am early m Combiflamke up My neck pain. Please kindly give solution. I am take medicine. Combiflame

MBBS, MBA (Healthcare)
General Physician, Delhi
Sir my Back neck is very pain.
Last week I am early m Combiflamke up My neck pain. Please kindly give solution. I am ...
avoid combiflam. apply volini gel . do warm fomentation. do neck exercises in pain free period . avoid high pillow. take crocin pain relief if pain is unbearable. it will help you.
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Sir kya hum hiv se survive Karne ke liye normal life jese ki hiv nagtive jesi life. Exercise aur healthy food Cleaning se Kar sakte he ?Home pe konse rule follow Karne padate he? Hiv ke sath normal life jine ke liye?

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
Sir kya hum hiv se survive Karne ke liye normal life jese ki hiv nagtive jesi life. Exercise aur healthy food  Cleani...
Esa Karna mushkil he vo bhi sirf normal routine as.. It can be achieved upto certain extent by homoeopathic treatment..
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My mom age 51 years is suffering from diastolic dysfunction stage 2. Doctor gave her telmikind 40 mg in morning and amtas-AT 25 in evening for high bp. But after taking amtas she feels like vomiting and dizziness. Doctor then stopped amtas. But now after telmikind her bp is still 150/90. Now doctor suggest to take amlong 2.5 mg in evening along with telmikind in morning. I want to ask is it safe to take amlong 2.5 mg as she is suffering from diastolic dysfunction stage 2. Will it increase heartbeat? She is taking cordarone 300 mg. Should we start amlong 2.5 mg?

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine Specialist, Delhi
My mom age 51 years is suffering from diastolic dysfunction stage 2. Doctor gave her telmikind 40 mg in morning and a...
Hi Yes amlong (amlodepine) is good drug in diastolic dysfunction. The side effects like vomiting and dizziness maybe due to added AT in amtas combination which your mom took Try amlong and if she is still having prob then ask your doctor to give some diuretics for some time and use other BP medication to bring down BP to 120/80 range Then she will feel better.
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