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Dr. Tirupat

Pulmonologist, Delhi

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Dr. Tirupat is a popular Pulmonologist in Defence Colony, Delhi. Doctor is currently associated with Dr Deepak Chaudhary Clinic in Defence Colony, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Tirupat and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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What are the remedies for frequent throat infection? Please suggest some remedial measures.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
What are the remedies for frequent throat infection? Please suggest some remedial measures.
Dear lybrateuser, - Your frequent throat infections could be due to allergy, dust it low immunity - do steam inhalation twice a day regularly - also do warm salt water gargles three times a day - avoid fried, spicy, sour & junk foods - have a well balanced diet with more of fruits & vegetables, whole grains, protein foods like eggs, milk & milk products, lentils, beans, pulses, sprouts, peas, nuts including almonds, walnuts, pista, cashews, peanuts - have 7-8 glasses of water for proper hydration - get blood CBC done & consult a doctor .
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What medications are best for the treatment of asthma? What are their side effects?

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
Bronchodilators and short course of steroids form the mainstay of treatment. These are best taken in metered dose inhalation.
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What are the possible causes of allergic rhinitis? How is the disease linked to asthma? What are the available treatments?

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
There is a irritant which causes symptoms of rhinitis and when the irritant goes inside the lungs there is inflammed alveoli which causes alveolar odema which causes asthmatic attack.
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I am studying and often stay at home. I am having cough from 3 weeks. I used a syrup but it's not working. please suggest what shud I do?

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery), FWT (W.B)
Homeopath, 24 Parganas
Hi Lybrate user you can take homoeopathic medecine for cough Bryonia 30 2 drops to be taken twice daily morning and at night with half cup water, you can take also homoeopathic cough syrup Alpha cough (schwabe company) I think you recovery from this problem ifs need you can contact with me privately, Take care.
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My father is suffering from para nasal sinus .Once he already got operated 20 years back. What to do. Can it can be treated with homeopathy or auryeda.

DHMS (Hons.)
Homeopath, Patna
Hello, Lybrate user, •you should drink lukewarm water. •Gargle, twice with hot saline water. •Tk, steam, twice. •Avoid, cold intake, exposure to cold climate, dust, smoke, junk food ,nicotine.•tk, homoeopathic medicine: @ Sang. Nit 200.-6 pills, thrice. @ Heper sulphur 30-6 pills, thrice. Go for meditation to charge your body and lungs with plenty of Oxygen  in order to clear nasal passage. •Report wkly, your feedback matters for further follow up,  please. Tk,  care.
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I have cough and cold since 3 4 days so what should I do to avoid cold and cough?

BHMS
Homeopath, Kolkata
I have cough and cold since 3 4 days so what should I do to avoid cold and cough?
Drink plenty of warm fluids. Drinking warm fluids helps to loosen the secretions in your sinuses so that your mucus flows more freely, making you feel better faster. Studies show that drinking warm fluids relieves cold symptoms such as runny nose, cough, sneezing, sore throat, and fatigue. If you would like to consult with me privately, please click on 'Consult'. recommend me by clicking on recommendation option
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What is symptoms of heart disease? How can we identify any heart related disease?

PDDM, MHA, MBBS
General Physician, Nashik
What is symptoms of heart disease? How can we identify any heart related disease?
You can save time during a cardiac emergency by planning ahead. Here are some ways to prepare for a heart attack and possibly increase your chances of survival. 1. Know the warning signs Not everyone who has a heart attack experiences the same symptoms, and some people have no symptoms at all. There are, however, some common ones you should know: Chest discomfort (pressure, squeezing, fullness or pain) Pain radiating to the arms, back, neck, jaw or stomach Shortness of breath Other symptoms, for example, sweating, nausea, vomiting or lightheadedness 2. Know what to do If you experience symptoms of a heart attack: Call 911 immediately. Because emergency personnel can begin treatment before you reach the hospital, transport to the hospital in an ambulance is the best way to receive prompt care. If calling 911 is not possible, have someone drive you to the hospital. Do not drive yourself to the hospital unless you have absolutely no other alternative. While waiting for help to arrive, chew a regular-dose aspirin to help prevent blood clots. Take with a glass of water. If you have been prescribed nitroglycerin tablets or spray for angina, take one to three doses to see whether symptoms are relieved. Lie down, breathe deeply and slowly, and try to stay calm. 3. Develop an action plan If you are at high risk for a heart attack, consider some of the following suggestions: Think what you would do if you had a heart attack in various situations, such as at home or while driving. Decide who would take care of any dependents. Make sure these backup people are willing to help out in an emergency. Write down a list of medications you are currently taking, medications you are allergic to, your doctors' phone numbers (both during and after office hours) and contact information for a friend or relative. Keep copies of this information in several places, such as at home, at work, in your car and in your wallet or purse. Give instructions to your family and friends. Tell them the warning signs of a heart attack and what to do if you experience these signs. Encourage them to take a cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) class so that they can provide assistance if your breathing or heart stops before the ambulance arrives. Keep a bottle of aspirin in your home, car, office and toiletry bag. Always have your cell phone with you in case you need to call for help. You can save time during a cardiac emergency by planning ahead. Here are some ways to prepare for a heart attack and possibly increase your chances of survival. 1. Know the warning signs Not everyone who has a heart attack experiences the same symptoms, and some people have no symptoms at all. There are, however, some common ones you should know: Chest discomfort (pressure, squeezing, fullness or pain) Pain radiating to the arms, back, neck, jaw or stomach Shortness of breath Other symptoms, for example, sweating, nausea, vomiting or lightheadedness 2. Know what to do If you experience symptoms of a heart attack: Call 911 immediately. Because emergency personnel can begin treatment before you reach the hospital, transport to the hospital in an ambulance is the best way to receive prompt care. If calling 911 is not possible, have someone drive you to the hospital. Do not drive yourself to the hospital unless you have absolutely no other alternative. While waiting for help to arrive, chew a regular-dose aspirin to help prevent blood clots. Take with a glass of water. If you have been prescribed nitroglycerin tablets or spray for angina, take one to three doses to see whether symptoms are relieved. Lie down, breathe deeply and slowly, and try to stay calm. 3. Develop an action plan If you are at high risk for a heart attack, consider some of the following suggestions: Think what you would do if you had a heart attack in various situations, such as at home or while driving. Decide who would take care of any dependents. Make sure these backup people are willing to help out in an emergency. Write down a list of medications you are currently taking, medications you are allergic to, your doctors' phone numbers (both during and after office hours) and contact information for a friend or relative. Keep copies of this information in several places, such as at home, at work, in your car and in your wallet or purse. Give instructions to your family and friends. Tell them the warning signs of a heart attack and what to do if you experience these signs. Encourage them to take a cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) class so that they can provide assistance if your breathing or heart stops before the ambulance arrives. Keep a bottle of aspirin in your home, car, office and toiletry bag. Always have your cell phone with you in case you need to call for help.
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I at certain times bleed from my nose and ignore it thinking this may be because of heat. Will that be a problem later or is there any problem? I actually have to diagnose.

MD - Internal Medicine
General Physician, Bangalore
Bleeding from nose most commonly occurs from trauma for example due to nose picking. High blood pressure can also result in nasal bleed. If nose bleeding in excessive or persistent, better to Consult a ENT specialist.
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I am having Dry Cough since 2 months, but not continuous. Plum will be coming out along the cough. 1 month I had a sever cough and Plum. Now it is better. Please suggest some solution.

MD - Pulmonary, DTCD
Pulmonologist, Faridabad
xray chest, cbc esr, sputum afb and PFT to know cause. saline gargles and steam inhalation may help.
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I'm 25. I had sinus problem for which I gone through an operation. But afterwards my problems didn't get solved. My nerves in brain around my right side sculp still pains. What to do ?

MS , MBBS
ENT Specialist, Bangalore
Hi. Probably you don't seem to have a sinus problem and may be you are suffering from some head ache including migraine, tension head ache, vascular head ache etc. A proper history would be suffice for a diagnosis.
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