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Dr. Saroja Gupta

Cardiologist, Delhi

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Dr. Saroja Gupta is one of the best Cardiologists in Bapa Nagar, Delhi. You can visit her at Dr. Saroja Gupta's Clinic in Bapa Nagar, Delhi. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Saroja Gupta on Lybrate.com.

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I am 24 years of age, one month back I have got high bp due to anxiety 160/90 after that I am doing yoga meditation and walking too I am taking bp tablets now and doctor told me that to take tablets for life though my bp is normal 120/80 now, can I stop taking medicines as I am working on yoga meditation and walking?

MBBS
General Physician, Cuttack
I am 24 years of age, one month back I have got high bp due to anxiety 160/90 after that I am doing yoga meditation a...
Your BP is normal. You can stop BP medicine for sometime and monitor your BP. If BP is raised you have to continue medicine throughout but can reduce the dose after consulting doctor.
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Which specialist to be consulted for low blood pressure. What precautions to be taken for low b.p.

MD - Internal Medicine, MBBS, DM - Cardiology
Cardiologist, Delhi
Low bp is not a problem by itself unless you have giddiness while sitting or standing from lying down position. No need of any medication. Have plenty of fluids.
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I am suffering from cholesterol gland in my body, there are no hurt for me, please suggest solution for future purpose, What should I do decrease cholesterol? What type of diet as well as exercise for help less cholesterol? Please provide details knowledge about this?

MBBS
General Physician, Faridabad
I am suffering from cholesterol gland in my body, there are no hurt for me, please suggest solution for future purpos...
avoid oily food, fried food, drink double tone milk, avoid sweets. go for a morning walk daily for 1 hr, do exercise regularly. it will help. thanks
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My blood pressure frequently goes up every evening After 4: 00 pm. It crosses 160/100. I am taking some pill still it doesn't work after 4: 00 pm it rises frequently. Here are the medicines I take: Stamlo 5 mg. 1---0----1 Betacap tr 40 1----------- Losar 25 1----0---1 Ecosprin 75. 0----1---0.

DM - Cardiology
Cardiologist, Navi Mumbai
My blood pressure frequently goes up every evening After 4: 00 pm. It crosses 160/100. I am taking some pill still it...
Dear sir, your prescription is missing essential medicines for your kind of patients. You are taking 3 medicines, still your bp is not controlled. You also need diet modification and regular morning walk. Timing of medicines is also important. You consult a cardiologist. All the best.
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What are the signs of heart attack / stroke and how can it be taken care of / precautions to it.

PGD IN ULTRAASONOGRAPHY, Non invasive cardiology course, MD - Medicine, MBBS
General Physician, Narnaul
What are the signs of heart attack / stroke and how can it be taken care of / precautions to it.
Common ones may include: Chest discomfort that feels like pressure, fullness, or a squeezing pain that lasts for more than a few minutes or goes away and comes back. Pain and discomfort that go beyond your chest to other parts of your upper body, like one or both arms, or your back, neck, stomach, teeth, and jaw Unexplained shortness of breath, with or without chest discomfort Other symptoms, such as: Cold sweats Nausea or vomiting Lightheadedness Anxiety, indigestion Unexplained fatigue Women are more likely than men to have additional issues, like neck, shoulder, upper back, or abdominal pain. These 10 lifestyle changes can help prevent a heart attack and heart disease. Eat for your future. Add plenty of fruits and veggies, grains, and foods high in omega-3 fatty acids like fresh tuna or herring to your diet. Eat less salt, saturated fats, sweets, and red meats. Avoid trans fats. Avoid food with “hydrogenated” or “partially hydrogenated” ingredients. Variety in your diet is a good way to get all the nutrients you need. Take it easy. Find a relaxation method that works for you. Yoga, meditation, dedicated time to unwind after work -- these can help keep your stress levels down. Stressful emotions such as anger and hostility may also lead to heart attack risk, so keep calm and be cool. Ban smoking. If you never started smoking, kudos! If you already quit, excellent. If you still smoke, stop. Talk to your doctor to find out what method will work best for you. Even people who smoke fewer than five cigarettes a day can have early signs of heart disease. Start now. In just 1 year you can reduce your risk of a heart attack. Keep tabs on your blood pressure. If it’s too high, your risk of a heart attack and heart disease goes up. Stress management, a healthy diet, and regular exercise can help you manage your blood pressure. Your doctor may also prescribe medications to lower your levels. Mind your blood sugar. Too much sugar in your blood can damage your arteries, even if you don’t have diabetes. Work with your doctor to control your levels. That may lower your chance of having a heart attack or stroke. Remember, you can’t tell if you have diabetes (or high blood pressure, or high cholesterol) based on how you feel. Be smart about cholesterol. When blood flows through your heart, it can drop traces of cholesterol, fat, and calcium, creating a buildup of plaque in your arteries. Too much of it makes a heart attack more likely. If you don’t know your cholesterol levels, ask your doctor for a blood test. Keep in mind, there are two kinds of cholesterol. One is bad for your heart (LDL), and the other can protect you from heart disease (HDL). You can improve your levels with exercise and a diet low in unhealthy fats. Some people may also need to take medicine that lowers cholesterol. Don’t wait to lose weight. Ifyou If you have extra pounds, it can put your heart at risk. Exercise and a good diet help. Ask your doctor or a dietitian what your weight should be and how to get there. Ask about aspirin. Talk with your doctor about taking an aspirin every day. In some people, this reduces the risk of heart attack. Get a move on. Hit the treadmill or the trail. Walk around the neighborhood or go for a swim. Whatever activity best fits your needs, do it! Regular exercise can prevent heart disease, lower blood pressure, and improve your cholesterol levels. Be social. Stay in touch with your friends and family. Research shows that people with more social support are less prone to heart trouble. As you grow your network and make new friends, know that you might be good for their heart health, too.
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i had gone through ptca 2 yrs back and my doctor prescribed me Atocor 80,Asprin75, OD at bed time & Metolar 5oxl ,Ramipres 2.5 in the morning. my morning BP is 80 -115 pulse arround 70. How long this treatment should be continued with same dosage strength .Plz advice.Thanks

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Valsad
You can stop your medicine after adv. from your consent Dr.But first you start Sy. Cardorium plus.10.Ml.B.D..or you may mailto me...ayudrdinesh@gmail.com.
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creatine level 9 High blood pressure Blood sugar but under control Age 65 What are the chances of life haw many years does he live.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
creatine level 9 High blood pressure
Blood sugar but under control
Age 65 What are the chances of life haw many years...
Bp and sugar can be controlled with medicine and with a creatine of 9 he can live his life after doing dialysis twice a week.
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I am 31 years male. After eating food I am feeling like bloating and sometimes gas is blocking inside. And because of this I felt pain in middle chest, right arm, upper abdomen. After consulting with the doctor I am using pantoprazole and levosulpiride 75 tablet. Now I got some relax. In endoscopy test all is normal. When I am not using these medicines I am feeling the same pain. My question is how long will I take these medicines and what is the cure of this.

MBBS, MD, DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Indore
I am 31 years male. After eating food I am feeling like bloating and sometimes gas is blocking inside. And because of...
Take lycopodium 200, and asafoetida 30, 4-4 pills thrice a day and report thereafter for further treatment. Besides this, avoid spicy and fatty oily food, take salads and sprouts, don't be empty stomach, be hydrated, do walk for minimum of 30 minutes. Do revert back for further treatment.
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Some time I get pain in left side of chest and stomach. Mostly it's happens when I have my food n do heavy work or simply sit in any posture . Can it have some internal problems ?

MBBS
General Physician, Trivandrum
Some time I get pain in left side of chest and stomach. Mostly it's happens when I have my food n do heavy work or si...
You maybe most probably suffering from gastritis or gastro esophageal reflux disease. You have to avoid spicy and fried foods. Also avoid junk food and fast food. If your problems are worse, you need to take an ecg and take medications.
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Please suggest. How to control blood pressure? I am 45 years and my BP is 160/110.

BHMS
Homeopath, Anand
Please suggest. How to control blood pressure? I am 45 years and my BP is 160/110.
First cut down the salt intake in your diet increase water intake if bp remains constantly high consult homeopathic physician for appropriate medicine.
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