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Dr. Sunil Mangla

Cardiologist, Delhi

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Dr. Sunil Mangla is a trusted Cardiologist in Shalimar Bagh, Delhi. He is currently practising at Dr. Sunil Mangla in Shalimar Bagh, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Sunil Mangla and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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I am suffering from dry cough in last two week and also chest pain in night time so pls tell me solution.

BAMS
Ayurveda, Bangalore
I am suffering from dry cough in last two week and also chest pain in night time so pls tell me solution.
Hi, take tab. Swasakuthara ras 1-1-1 with hot water and vasarista 2tsf three times a day mixed with equal quantity of water. Avoid cold and refrigerated food. Drink boiled and cooled water.

Peripheral Arterial Disease & Its Burden Or Leg Attack!

MBBS, DNB - Peripheral Vascular Surgery, DNB - General Surgery, MNAMS
Vascular Surgeon, Nashik
Peripheral Arterial Disease & Its Burden Or Leg Attack!

The peripheral arterial disease is a circulatory disorder which affects the legs. It constricts the arteries and restricts the flow of blood to the legs. The peripheral arterial disorder is also linked to the deposit of excess fats along the walls of the arteries which clogs them up. Sometimes, it can be triggered by inflammation of the blood vessels caused by an injury.

What are the symptoms of Peripheral Arterial Disease?

The intensity of the symptoms varies from person to person. But if you suffer from the peripheral arterial disorder, these are the symptoms you need to look out for:

  • Cramps in one or both hips, calf muscles or along the thighs
  • Pain in the legs when you are climbing stairs or bending to pick something up
  • A feeling of coldness in one or both legs
  • A discolouration of the skin of the legs
  • Sores on your feet or soles
  • Erectile dysfunction (in men)

You should waste no time in consulting a doctor if you are over the age of 65 when you start witnessing these symptoms or if you are diabetic. The risk of getting peripheral arterial disorder goes up in people:

What are the risks associated with Peripheral Arterial Disease?

If the peripheral arterial disease is left untreated, a host of other complications may arise, some of them fatal-

  • Critical limb ischemia: wounds or sores on your feet or legs do not heal and fester. The open wounds become infected which spread and causes tissue death (gangrene).
  • Stroke or heart attack: if the arteries of your legs are blocked, it's quite possible that those of your heart might be as well. When this happens, the risk of stroke or heart attack goes up significantly.
  • The debilitating pain can inhibit your everyday activities
  • Sometimes peripheral arterial disorder can lead to bone and blood infection which can prove to be lethal.

Prevention of Peripheral Arterial Disease:

You can do the following if you want to ward off peripheral arterial disease-

  • Quit smoking
  • Eat a healthy diet comprising green vegetables, whole grains, fruits, dairy and lean meat.
  • Exercise regularly
  • Keep your blood pressure and cholesterol under control

Treatment of Peripheral Arterial Disease-

There is no treatment that can cure peripheral arterial disease. Medication aims to manage and control the effects of the disease. Your doctor may prescribe-

  • Cholesterol-lowering medicines to keep your heart healthy and reduce the risk of heart attack or strokes
  • High blood pressure medicine because by affecting the arteries of the heart, peripheral arterial disease messes up your blood pressure
  • Medicine for diabetes because if you have diabetes as it can exacerbate your leg pain
  • Medicines to prevent blood clots from forming

Surgery for Peripheral Arterial Disease-

If medication does not work, you might need surgery. Some surgery options are-

  • Angioplasty: A catheter is inserted into the blood vessel, the blockage is flattened and the blood flow is restored
  • Bypass surgery: The doctor will graft a bypass using a blood vessel from another part of your body to allow blood to flow around the clogged artery.
  • Thrombolytic therapy: The doctor injects a drug that dissolves the clot.

Peripheral arterial disease can be life-threatening. But with proper lifestyle choices and medication, its effects can be controlled.

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I am thyroid patient, I have left chest pain problem from 3 days. What should i do?

MBBS
Internal Medicine Specialist, Kendujhar
I am thyroid patient, I have left chest pain problem from 3 days. What should i do?
Hello, Thanks for your query on Lybrate "As" per clinical history is concerned please follow like this - 1)Do a clinical examination by your Doctor and do CBC with differential 2)Do check your TSH level and adjust the dose. 3)Do take [pantoprazole-40mg]once a day Do follow lifestyle modification like this - 1)Maintain a healthy weight.If your weight is healthy, work to maintain it. If you are overweight or obese, work to slowly lose weight no more than (0.5 to 1 kilogram) a week. 2)Avoid tight-fitting clothing. 3)Try to avoid fatty or fried foods, tomato sauce, alcohol, chocolate, mint, garlic, onion, and caffeine etc 4)Eat smaller meals. Avoid overeating by eating smaller meals. 5)Don't lie down after a meal. Wait at least three hours after eating before lying down or going to bed.Elevate the head of your bed Place wood or cement blocks under the feet of your bed so that the head end is raised by 6 inches. Hope that helps

Hi Doctor, I want to consult with you my mother's problem. My mom suffering from headache problem in which her head got very severe pain, face got swelled, she vomited, blood pressure became low and sometimes the pain is unbearable and she started crying. This is from last 10-12 years. We are done with CT-SCAN and everything found normal. Please help. Hope for the best. Thank you.

Doctor of Medicine
General Physician, Surat
Hi Doctor,
I want to consult with you my mother's problem. My mom suffering from headache problem in which her head g...
Hi lybrate-user thank for choosing lybrate as long as the headache is concern of your mother and ct imaging study, if it is unremarkable and nothing bad happened within this last 10 to 12 years then headache is not due to any pathology but this could be tension headache and it need to be treated in that way only" charity begins at home" so better spend some more time with her, she might be in need to some moral support and it is advisable to see the psychiatrist too, hope this would helps.

When I do jogging, after some time while running, I feel little pain in my chest. I don't have asthma. I am a bit fat. I don't have any heart disease. Is it something with the body posture while running? Or because of breathing with chest instead of breathing with diaphragm. Help me.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
When I do jogging, after some time while running, I feel little pain in my chest.
I don't have asthma. I am a bit fat...
Dear lybrateuser, -take a few precautions before & while jogging -do warm up for at least 10 min, do stretching & walking, then slowly pick up speed, also do deep breathing exercises for 5-10 min daily -keep a slow pace, if even then it comes then stop for sometime then again start -if still pain is there after stopping & slowing the pace then get your bp checked up, do blood cbc, glucose, cholesterol, x-ray chest, ecg, tmt & consult a doctor with reports.

I am suffering with High Blood Pressure since last two years. Daily I am Taking one Tablet'Telmikind-H" My BP is under control but I want some substitute so that medicine can be avoided.

M.Ch. CVTS
Cardiologist, Ahmedabad
I am suffering with High Blood Pressure since last two years. Daily I am Taking one Tablet'Telmikind-H" My BP is unde...
It is more important to control blood pressure to avoid it's long term complications f. It's okay if you have to take some medicines don't feel bad about it. You could try meditating and salt restriction to control blood pressure.
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I will have to go for heart operation immediately. As per the doctor my problem is WPW SYNDROME. I want to know what type of disease is this. Is there a chance of sudden death. What type of operation I will face or will the doctor use stain for my operation. I am mentally harrashed. Kindly advice.

BHMS
Homeopath, Chennai
I will have to go for heart operation immediately. As per the doctor my problem is WPW SYNDROME. I want to know what ...
Wolff-Parkinson-White (WPW) syndrome is a condition in which episodes of fast heart rate (called tachycardia) occur because of an abnormal extra electrical pathway in the heart. People with WPW may experience palpitations, dizziness, lightheadedness, and fainting, although some people with WPW have no symptoms. Treatments are available for those who do experience symptoms. The long-term outcome of people with WPW is excellent, especially when treatments are used to eliminate the abnormal conduction pathway. Radiofrequency ablation of the accessory pathway is the treatment of choice for patients with WPW syndrome. Radiofrequency ablation is performed in a hospital electrophysiology lab. The patient is given a sedative medication to reduce discomfort. RADIOFREQUENCY ABLATION--A wire (electrode catheter) is advanced into the heart from large blood vessels and positioned within the chambers of the heart using fluoroscopy (low energy x-rays). After the accessory pathway is localized, radiofrequency energy (high frequency electricity) is delivered to the area to destroy or "ablate" the accessory pathway, preventing it from conducting impulses.
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My friend is suffering from a pain below the chest while swallowing anything. As if something acts as a pointed barrier for the food to go down.

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
My friend is suffering from a pain below the chest while swallowing anything. As if something acts as a pointed barri...
It may be hiatus hernia, achalasia. Tell him to consult with more details. I will advise for further tests and then treatment. He may take homoeopathic medicine Hydrastis 200 1 dose for 3 days.

Vitamin D improves Heart Function,finds new Study

BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Bangalore
Vitamin D improves Heart Function,finds new Study

A daily dose of vitamin d supplements may improve heart function in people with chronic heart failure. Vitamin d3 can be boosted by exposure to sunlight, but heart patients are often deficient in it even during the summer because older people make less vitamin d3 in response to sunlight than younger people.


In the survey (university of Leeds), 80 patients who took vitamin d3 the heart's pumping function improved from 26% to 34%.

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