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Dr. Sweta Singla  - Neurologist, Delhi

Dr. Sweta Singla

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DM - Neurology, MD, MBBS

Neurologist, Delhi

15 Years Experience  ·  800 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
Dr. Sweta Singla 84% (18 ratings) DM - Neurology, MD, MBBS Neurologist, Delhi
15 Years Experience  ·  800 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
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I like to know my patient holistically as an individual which helps in making my management plan which can be individualized according to a person's needs....more
I like to know my patient holistically as an individual which helps in making my management plan which can be individualized according to a person's needs.
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New Delhi-based Neurologist Dr. Sweta Singla has 14 years of experience as a Behavioural Neurologist, Headache specialist and Somnologist (Sleep specialist). She holds an MBBS degree from the University of Medical Sciences, Delhi, MD from Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital, New Delhi and DM in neurology from All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi. She is professionally associated with many medical consortiums like Movement Disorder Society, American Academy of Neurology, Indian Sleep Disorder Society and International Headache Society.

Currently she is working with Kalpavriksh Super speciality Centre, from MON-SAT 09:00 AM - 10:00 AM and 05:00 PM - 08:00 PM and also with Metro Hospital & Heart Institute on MON, WED, FRI between 10:30 AM and 11:30 AM. She offers her medical services such as Electroconvulsive Therapy Treatment, Radiofrequency Neurotomy procedure, Surgery of facial nerves, Brain suite treatment, Brain tumour surgery, Cerebrovascular surgery, Cerebrovascular surgery, Csf Rhinorrhoea repair procedure etc.

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DM - Neurology - All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi - 2012
MD - Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital, New Delhi - 2008
MBBS - University College of Medical Sciences, Delhi - 2003
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Movement Disorder Society
American Academy of Neurology
Indian Sleep Disorder Society
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International Headache Society

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Plot No. 66, Sector 12A, Dwarka.Delhi Get Directions
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Is there a way to recover from brain hamrage? How one can gain prevention against it?

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Patient with brain hemorrhage recover spontaneously in due course of time. For prevention of brain hemorrhage: 1. Control the blood pressure. 2. Control of blood sugar if diabetic 3. Avoid smiking. 4. Avoid alcohol intake. 5. Do regular exercises.
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My daughter is 2 month old. She had hemangioma other scalp (head). Many doctors advice that it will start to gone automatically after 1 year of her age. Is there any medicine or treatment without surgery? Is it curable within one or two month (5 month of her age). Please help me.

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Treatment for infantile hemangiomas should be individualized depending upon the size, location, presence of complications, potential for scarring, the age of the patient, the rate of growth or involution at the time of evaluation, the potential risks and benefits of treatment. Treatment is usually required for complicated hemangiomas that may interfere with a vital structure or function and for lesions at increased risk of ulceration, scarring, and disfigurement. Masterly active nonintervention for uncomplicated hemangiomas that are not disfiguring. Active nonintervention requires regular monitoring of the lesion. Some have tried topical beta blocker like timol for anxious parents, who respond but stopping the treatment may have some rebound effect. Oral propranolol is the first-line agent for the treatment of complicated hemangiomas with the potential to impair function or cause disfigurement eg, periorbital hemangiomas. Systemic steroids, vincristine, and interferon alfa are alternative agents for aggressive hemangiomas but are rarely needed since the advent of propranolol. Children with periorbital hemangiomas should be evaluated by an ophthalmologist. Oral propranolol in addition to dressings and appropriate painkillers for the treatment of ulcerated hemangiomas that may cause permanent disfigurement, interfere with daily life activities, or do not respond to dressings. If you want to discuss this further, feel free to contact me directly.
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7 Amazing Ways To Deal With Migraine

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, MD
General Physician, Nagpur
7 Amazing Ways To Deal With Migraine

Migraine is one of the worst forms of headache. It is reported that over 90 percent of people who suffers from a migraine are unable to work. The intense pain totally makes them vulnerable. A mammoth 113 million workdays are wasted globally due to this problem. This being said, if the pain is slowly starting to set in, it is possible to manage it at the workspace.

Here is a convenient guide to do just that:

1. Pain Medication: If you are a migraine patient, it is likely that you have your migraine medication with you. The first step is to try the medication. If on the other hand, the medication is not available basic painkillers can be given a shot to manage the pain. Basic pain medications, such as ibuprofen are easily available over the counter and are capable of providing temporary relief.

2. Educate co-workers: Despite awareness about migraine pain, many organisations continue to turn a deaf ear about the problem. Instead of fighting with the whole organisations, it makes sense to educate your immediate colleague about a migraine. All you require is 1-2 people who have your back.

3. Control the environment: With the onset of the pain, it becomes more and more difficult to resume work. Few environmental changes such as adjusting the monitor to the eye level, using a sachet of odour neutralizer and switching off the nearest light will help you to manage the pain for a few hours.

4. Staying hydrated: Migraine tends to increase multifold if the body is not hydrated. It is, therefore, essential to drink as much water as you can. Apart from water few other drinks such as lime juice and green tea can be of great assistance to hold the pain back for quite some time.

5. Small snacks: Although eating during a migraine can be tough because of the buzzing pain it is a good idea to have small snacks throughout the working hours. An empty stomach creates acidity and further aggravates the pain. Small time snacks such as cookies and chocolate bar can come really handy at this time.

6. Get enough air: A centralised workplace can be claustrophobic and intensify the pain for many. Get out of the workspace to get some fresh air. A sudden gush of oxygen can be a welcome relief from the monotonous and crowded office floor.

7. Apply water on the skull: While this might sound like a crazy idea, applying a small amount of water in the middle of the skull can give temporary relief from the throbbing effect of a migraine. If ice is available in the office pantry, make no hesitation in applying it on the migraine side of the forehead. Ice is capable of spreading a cooling effect throughout the forehead and the skull.

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I am 21 years old. I had history of seizure attacks two years ago. Now we're planning for road trip on motorcycle in the next month. So am I advisable for long travels on bike?

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I am a migraine patient. What are its actual causes? Is it fully curable? What are its remedies?

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Causes of migraine is unknown. some believe it to be due to imbalance in a brain hormone called, serotonin. Treatment of migraine 1.Take Paracetamol 500mg one Tablet sos after food up to a maximum of three tablets daily 2.Drink plenty of water and take rest. 3.Check your BP 4. avoid stress, anxiety, depression, agitation,exposure to noise, bright light since it precipitates migraine attack 5. If You have chronic migraine, you have to take migraine prophylaxis after consulting neurologist
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In 2016 I am suffering from insomnia I am going to the physctrist Dr. say it's a bipolar disorder I am eating medicine continue at this time I am eating only two medicine dilpra od 750 and lurasid 40 it's salt name is lurasidone hcl but I can't sleep at night infact I can't sleep in the afternoon.

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In 2016 I am suffering from insomnia I am going to the physctrist Dr. say it's a bipolar disorder I am eating medicin...
Some habits that can improve your sleep health: Be consistent. Go to bed at the same time each night and get up at the same time each morning, including on the weekends Make sure your bedroom is quiet, dark, relaxing, and at a comfortable temperature Remove electronic devices, such as TVs, computers, and smart phones, from the bedroom Avoid large meals, caffeine, and alcohol before bedtime Get some exercise. Being physically active during the day can help you fall asleep more easily at night. FOR MEDICATION CONSULT ONLINE IN PRIVATE.
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I have fever from last 2 days around 103 C what I do and also have headache and shivering b b h b h h ub.

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I have fever from last 2 days around 103 C what I do and also have headache and shivering b b h b h h ub.
Headache and shivering can occur with fever. Possible cause of fever such as malaria and typhoid should be tested for. It could also be viral fever.
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I have pain on the left side of my head vertically. Went through brain scan der it is mentioned as HYPODENSE SOFT TISSUE SEEN IN THE LEFT HALF OF SPHENOID SINUS -LIKELY sinusitis. Does I have migraine.

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sinusitis pain usualy increases on forward bending and migraine pain is familial, that runs in families to mother and sister, increases on exposue to sun or on irritation or due to lack of sleep.
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My son is 4.5 year old, diagnosed with mild autism at age of 3 in USA . I got early intervention and now he gets 2 speech and 2 OT at school. We plan to come back to India next year and not sure of what school therapy would be best for him. He now has lots of words, physically super active, great eye contact. Only issue is comprehension, like he repeats what we say, respond on name, understands some of things we ask but he does not know social interaction. Nor their are full sentences, its just his communication which bothers me. He writes reads alphabets numbers and 3 letter spellings too. Can you suggest best schools therapies for him?

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My son is 4.5 year old, diagnosed with mild autism at age of 3 in USA . I got early intervention and now he gets 2 sp...
Hi lybrate-user, Based on what you described it looks like he is on the path of improvement. But to keep the progress therapies need to be more regular. This kind of product will give you oppurtunity to talk to him about the activities what is happening with him in sentences and his orientation will improve. It will help you to improve his vocabilary and sentences. As for his imitation I would like to if it is immediate or does he repeat after delay.
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