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Dr. Varun Rai  - ENT Specialist, Delhi

Dr. Varun Rai

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MBBS, DNB - ENT

ENT Specialist, Delhi

12 Years Experience  ·  1000 at clinic
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Dr. Varun Rai 85% (10 ratings) MBBS, DNB - ENT ENT Specialist, Delhi
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Dr. Varun Rai is a popular ENT Specialist in Karol Bagh, Delhi. He has had many happy patients in his 12 years of journey as a ENT Specialist. He has done MBBS, DNB - ENT . He is currently practising at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital in Karol Bagh, Delhi. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Varun Rai on Lybrate.com.

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Education
MBBS - Kasturba Medical College - 2007
DNB - ENT - Sir Gangaram Hospital, New Delhi - 2011
Languages spoken
English
Hindi
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fellow , ISIAL, Geneva, Switzerland
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Delhi Medical Council

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Room No F-77, First Floor, Old Building, Old Rajinder Nagar, Rajinder Nagar, KarolbaghDelhi Get Directions
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I am an suffering from Sinus headache. Blockage of nose creates difficulty in breathing and sound comes through nose.

It is possible you may have a nasal septal deviation or some other cause for mechanical blockage in the nose. This should be checked up.
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Iam suffering from chest pain and my throat feels suffocating some times. What should I do?

Iam suffering from chest pain and my throat feels suffocating some times. What should I do?
Hello you might b suffering from gastric dis order, if you do not cough. **home-care*** @ nux com 30-6 pills, thrice /dly. @ carbo veg 30-6 pills, thrice/dly. * take, easily digestible diet. * avoid, junk food, dust smoke, alcohol, smoking. * take, 4/5 glass of water. Report, wkly.

Prolonged Sore Throat - Is It Chronic?

Prolonged Sore Throat - Is It Chronic?

Are you suffering from a sore throat that is prolonged in nature? Although, a sore throat is not very severe, being prolonged in nature indicates that it is chronic. You should not ignore a sore throat that does not heal over a long period of time. This might be an indication of a serious problem, and you will require proper diagnosis.

When is a sore throat termed as chronic?

  1. A sore throat may take various forms. It can be itchy, burning, scratchy in nature, and can also cause difficulty in swallowing food.
  2. It is likely for a sore throat to be accompanied by a form of pesky cough that leads to further irritation of the throat.
  3. Sore throats can also occur from common colds and several viruses. These usually resolve on their own.
  4. However, when your sore throat is persistent and you cannot find relief, it is referred to as a chronic sore throat. The primary cause of sore throat includes strep throat, allergies, tonsillitis or the infection of your tonsils, inhaling air pollutants, influenza, cigarette smoking, and inhaling via the mouth.
  5. Among these conditions, strep throat and tonsillitis may turn into severe problems, if not treated properly.
  6. Smoking is a major cause of chronic sore throat. You should control your smoking to eliminate these sore throat symptoms.
  7. Snoring is also a major cause for sore throat.

Relief from chronic sore throat
No matter what is the cause of your chronic throat pain, or sore throat is, you should follow some steps and undertake simple home remedies for soothing your scratchy, itchy and painful throat. Some of them include the following:

  1. Do hot water steam inhalation daily, which will help
  2. You must stay well hydrated and should moisten your throat by drinking lots of fluids throughout the day. You should add honey to warm drinks and hot tea.
  3. You may take over the counter pain relievers.
  4. You should install a humidifier in your home for preventing dry air that causes irritation to your throat.
  5. You may try gargling regularly with warm water and salt, at least twice a day.

It is difficult to diagnose the exact cause of a sore throat, but when it worsens or does not tend to leave, something serious is indicated. You must consult a doctor and undertake a physical examination of your throat in order to detect the cause. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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I got operated for sinus by ayurveda ksharsutra 2 month ago. But my wound isn't healing, I asked surgeon but he said that it will heal on its own. Please suggest what should I do?

Maintain good sinus hygiene by drinking plenty of fluids to keep nasal secretions thin. Saline nasal sprays (available at drug stores) help keep the nasal passages moist, helping remove infectious agents. Inhaling steam from a bowl of boiling water or in a hot, steamy shower may also help. Avoid air travel.

I have epidermal cyst on left side of my nose from past 2 years. Sometime its size is decreasing and sometime increasing. This time its about 0.2cm. What should I do. Is it necessary to remove it or if I didn't remove it what will be the complications if any?

It is better to remove it with Co2 laser. I have got more than 20yrs experience for this surgery with Co2 laser....for me it is 10 minits job in local anesthesia. No bleeding at all ,no stiches and no dressing requir, the results are excellent and no complications. If not removed it may increase in size and looks bad on face...
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I had accident 3 months ago, in that a small crack in my nose. I also got treatment but now my nose look so bad. what should I do please help me?

For 3 months old history of nasal fracture with external nasal deformity, you may consult a ent specialist for examination and you may need a surgery for correction of shape.
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I am a patient of bppv. Should I do epley's manoeuvre with the support of my father?

I am a patient of bppv. Should I do epley's manoeuvre with the support of my father?
Yes you can. You can repeat the maneuver at home and increase your success. We usually recommend 1-2 times per day for 1 week (or less if there is no more vertigo during the maneuver). If there is still vertigo after 1 week then do the other side.
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