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Dr. Veena Kaul Aim

Cardiologist, Delhi

Dr. Veena Kaul Aim Cardiologist, Delhi
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Dr. Veena Kaul Aim is a renowned Cardiologist in Janakpuri, Delhi. You can consult Dr. Veena Kaul Aim at Dr. Veena Kaul Aim@Mata Chanan Devi Hospital in Janakpuri, Delhi. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Veena Kaul Aim on Lybrate.com.

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I am aged 65 years underwent stent for my coronary block, single vessel. Using all medicines regularly. Playing lawn tennis daily for 2 hours in the morning. Lately I am experiencing mild pain in the chest occasionally. I am working as a professional in a college for 10 hours daily? What should I do to further investigate. My blood reports are normal, including lipid profile.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
Dear lybrateuser, -it is good to be active & keep yourself busy as you are but in my opinion you should cut down a little on your tennis time as it may be putting a little strain on your heart as tennis is a hectic game, keep sometime for a walk which will cool you down after the game as well as be beneficial to you -spare sometime in the morning for meditation & deep breathing as they help to reduce stress & keep the mind & body relaxed -consult your cardiologist for further investigations, like tmt test, echocardiography, to asses your cardiac status & prescribe requisite treatment.
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My wife suffering from B. P low and depression. She is pregnant now. please tell me treatment.

Doctor of Medicine, DGO
Gynaecologist,
Mood fluctuations and lowered bp is normal during pregnancy so need not worry. And if there are any other problens please discuss in details.
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I am experiencing chest pain, discomfort on left side (front and back chest, and left upper arm). So far, doctors have performed Echo (clear, no issues indicated), TMT (when the technician stopped it, it showed Max HR 152 bpm 83% of max predicted 179 bpm. Max BP 160/100. Remarks say -" Good effort tolerance. No Angina or Arrhythmia. No Significant ST-T changes found), Endoscopy (didn't show any ulcers or any issues, normal mucosa), and Ultrasound scan of abdomen (only issue as per report is Fatty Liver measuring 17.5 cms). However, I have been to emergency room 4 times during last 1 month due to chest pain, sweating, etc. Everytime, they did ECG and Troponin tests and then sent me home after giving Pantoprazole injection. Doctor says I don't have any heart related condition. According to him, I have" Non-ulcer Dyspepsia" that is being worsened by my anxiety and panic. He has suggested - Pantodac DSR (twice a day), Atorvastatin 10 mg (at night), and Alprazolam 0.25 (at night). My cardiologist says that since TMT and Echo were normal, there is no possibility of a heart attack. I asked him whether I should undergo any further tests like CT Angiography to rule out any blockages etc. He told me very clearly that I am panicking for no reason and I should consult a psychiatrist. He says that my pain is result of anxiety and panic. I tried explaining to him that I do get anxiety and panic but it happens after I get chest pain, sweating, and breathlessness. What to do now? Should I consult another cardiologist? Is a clear TMT indicator that there is no risk of a heart attack? Is a clear Echo indicator that there are no other heart issues?

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
Dear lybrate user, -you have undergone most of the tests & since they were normal the cardiologist has not advised further testing so do not panic & take the prescribed medicines, sometimes acidity also causes similar symptoms. -engage yourself in various activities like walking for 20-30 min daily, yoga, meditation & other day to day activities. -avoid spicy & fried food -give sometime to the medicines to take effect -if you donot find any improvement then go for a second opinion.
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How to reduce my fat quickly and get a healthy body as fast as possible and to prevent cholesterol?

PGDD, RD, Bachelor of Home Science
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
You are looking for too many things but you are not giving time to your body. You can't put time limits on your body. There are no short cuts. It took time to gain this weight so give a decent time for body to be able to lose it too. Eat small but frequent meals. Avoid long gaps in between meals. Avoid junk as far as possible. Exercise at least 4 times a week. Lastly be committed. Remember it's a lifestyle change and not a one time thing. It's a balanced intake that will last you longer. All the so called diets will only give you muscle and bone loss. The fats will remain as it is. So, try to first follow this seemingly simple tips. I am sure it will at least help you with initial fat loss.
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Dear doctor, if one's good cholesterol like HDL reduces because of anxiety and confusion, what will happen to his health?

MD - Alternate Medicine, BHMS
Homeopath, Surat
Hdl is needed in our body. It acts like a grease between organs so that to avoid friction and produces less heat which helps to maintain normal body temperature. It is especially found in abdominal areas between all digestive organs. So if it gets reduced. The opposite will happen like organs won't be able to show its efficiency and other heart and vascular functions gets disturbed. And the bad cholesterol tends to get deposited in all blood vessels hampering the blood flow. So ldl (bad cholesterol) is to lessened. Hope you understood. I tried my best to make you understand in simple terms. If you have any more queries, then please let me know. Take care.:)
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I am 65 years old one time stroke patient now my blood pressure is 178/90. What I should have to do.

General Physician (AM)
Alternative Medicine Specialist, Chandigarh
Requires detailed questioning so as to ascertain your personality and to treat you symptomatically. Treatment is available, safe and without side effects in Biochemic system of medication. Consult me in private
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My father age 87 he is very normal all time, he does have any pressure, BP or anything. But if he want to know anything that is somebody's name places name or something he is getting HICCUP. Please advise him. Note: If he have hicupps he is using sleeping tablets. He is getting normal.

MCh - Neurosurgery, MBBS
Neurosurgeon, Chennai
Dear sir if he is getting normal with sleeping tablets, then there is no need to worry about such hiccups please be cheerful:):)
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I am suffering from chest pain like middle poking and chest anxiety and below the arm and coughing regularly about 2 years.

Masters in Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Lucknow
Hi lybrate-user, If you have got all your tests done, and everything came out to be normal you are suffering from Anxiety disorder. Start with medication of Anxiety. It might help you to know that anxious people tend to breathe in faulty ways, hence the emphasis on breathing exercises as part of relaxation exercises. Examples of faulty breathing include mouth breathing, sighing and hyperventilating. This can cause chest discomfort, because it not only strains the accessory muscles (those between the ribs and at the top of the ribcage, between the shoulders and the neck), but also can irritate the cartilage between the ribs. Either of these things (or both together) can cause localized chest pain and tenderness as well as" crushing" “stabbing” or" stitches" - painful muscle spasms in the chest wall. The next time you get this chest pain, notice how you are breathing. If your breathing is faulty as described above, then close your mouth and breathe through your nose. Combine this with a mild analgesic such as Paracetamol and relaxation exercises or a relaxation CD. If you can tolerate a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medicine such as Ibuprofen, this will also help. Hopefully this will allow the muscles to rest and relax so that you experience much less discomfort in your chest or none at all. Remember that muscle spasm is very painful, and as you have had anxiety for some time it isn't surprising that your chest and neck muscles are affected. The other thing with breathing is to try shifting your focus to your belly. Remember that it's your diaphragm moving down, not your ribs moving out, that facilitates breathing. Your diaphragm moves, pulling air into your lungs, which expands your ribcage. Place your hands lightly on your belly and feel it move up and down. You can even expand your belly muscles as if to breathe down there. Let your ribs do what they like – just try not to think about them (easier said than done, I know). This sort of breathing is taught in yoga and can be very helpful. Please consult a psychologist for psychotherapy and anxiety management.
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I am 34 years old women last few month I am facing low back pain. When low back pain start after two to three minute chest and head pain will be start after some time cold body.

BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Kota
Back exercises. Many people go to physiotherapists with back pain. Here are two exercises that help to relieve pain and reduce stiffness in the back: •Dear, 1. Lie on your back with both of your legs straight. In this position, bring your left knee up close to your chest. Hold this position for 10 seconds. Return your leg to the straight position. Repeat with the right leg. •2. Stand up with your arms on your side. Bend to the left side while slowly sliding your left hand down your left leg. Come back up slowly and relax. Repeat with the right side of your body Dear, low back pain are often referred for physical therapy for four weeks as an initial conservative (nonsurgical) treatment option before considering other more aggressive treatments, including back surgery. The goals of physical therapy are to decrease back pain, increase function, and teach the patient a maintenance program to prevent future back problems. Common forms of physical therapy include: 1.Passive physical therapy (modalities), which includes things done to the patient, such as heat application, ice packs and electrical stimulation. For example, a heating pad may be applied to warm up the muscles prior to doing exercising and stretching, and an ice pack may be used afterward to sooth the muscles and soft tissues. OSee Physical Therapy: Passive PT (Modalities) for Back Pain 2.Active physical therapy, which focuses on specific exercises and stretching. For most low back pain treatments, active exercise is the focus of the physical therapy program. This article focuses on active physical therapy and exercise as a means to help recover from back problems and prevent or minimize future flare-ups of low back pain Low back pain has lasted between two and six weeks, or if there are frequent recurrences of low back pain, physical therapy is often recommended. Some spine specialists consider physical therapy sooner, particularly if the pain is severe. •Read more: Exercise and Back Pain In general, the goals of physical therapy are to decrease pain, increase function, and provide education on a maintenance program to prevent further recurrences. A physical therapy program for back pain usually has two components: 1.Passive physical therapy to help reduce the patient's pain to a more manageable level 2.Active exercises Passive Physical Therapy - Modalities Acutely, the physical therapist may focus on decreasing pain with passive physical therapy (modalities). These therapies are considered passive because they are done to the patient. Examples of modalities include: •Heat/ice packs •TENS units •Iontophoresis •Ultrasound.
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I am heart patient having Warf 10mg per day. Blood Cloting is problem. How can i Cure?

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Kapurthala
Mr. Sanjay, Vitamin K, when taken in excess can also cause uncontrolled bleeding. Taking anti-coagulants is no solution for clot formation. The best treatment I think is Homoeopathy which will also include your Psychic, Mental and Physical statuses.
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I am Sr citizen of touching 65 years age. A Patient of Diabetes Mellitus Type � II (under control with oral pills), undergone Direct standing to Distal LAD with 2.5 x 15 mm Xience V Stent and taking medicines for Myasthenia Gravies VI. You are requested to kindly advise for treatment of Myasthenia Gravis. Regards, S C Ohri24/12/2015.

MBBS, M.S, M. Ch, F.I.A.C.S
Cardiologist, Chennai
Well you have a stent to lad. You need to take clopidrogel and adpirin regularly. Check lioid levels control blood glucose. Exercise is good. Thymectomy (removal of thymus gland in the neck) will help to control myasthenia. Neurologist will prescribe prostigmine also. See a neurologist. Plenty of vegetables and fruits is good.
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Sir I have a bp problem sometimes its high upto 160 nd some times its below 100 please help me.

DRCH, BHMS
Homeopath, Bareilly
Concentrate on your diet and life style. Do morning walk daily with some brisk walking. You can also do yoga to regulate the body's metabolism. Take proper sleep of at least 8 hours and do not take stress.
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Hi. My cholesterol level is high. What type of diet I should prefer to avoid high cholesterol. I am 36 year old

MBBS, PG Diploma In Clinical Cosmetology (PGDCC)
Cardiologist, Purba
Avoid fatty /spicy /fried foot and do 45 minute strenous exercise rechek after 8 week TSH FBS PPBS LIPID PROFILE
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Hi my name is karina gupta. I have high blood pressure problem. What type of activity help in this. Is yoga is really helpful dietwise what is good supplements.

MBBS, MD-General Medicine, DM - Cardiology
Cardiologist, Secunderabad
High blood pressure can be controlled through measures like diet, regular exercise, yoga, stress free living. But one thing one should also rule out is any underlying causes. Therefore proper consultation necessary. If not controlled with above measures one should not shy away from medicine.
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I have high Blood Pressure since 2013. My doctor suggested me Concor 2.5 daily at 8: 00 AM. Someone told me the medicine is not for BP. It is for heart. Kindly suggest.

LCPS, BAM&S
General Physician, Pune
Concor is for blood pressure. If it is keeping your blood pressure normal and offering no side effects, then keep on taking it. Concor can reduce pulse rate as side effect. So keep track of your pulse per minute. If it goes below 65 per minute, consult your doctor. In india, many non medical people have a habit of commenting on doctors opinion without complete knowledge. So when in doubt ask your doctor, nobody else.
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My mom is suffering from varicose veins and mild angina too does varicose veins with angina cause any serious heart problem? She is getting chest pain when having large meals which is lasting for at least two days. Is this due to Acidity or else an heart issue. Kindly let me know. Thank you.

M.B.B.S. , PG Diploma In Clinical Cardiology
Cardiologist, Delhi
Yes angina means that blood supply to heart is not proper, and there is critical narrowing in coronary arteries. She sshould be started on medications klike betablocker, amlodipine,noitrate, asprin and stain and 2d echo and tread mill tests should be done. Angina is a prior stage it can lead to heart attack in future. For detailed presciption contact me.
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Exercising Post Heart Attack

DM Cardiology
Cardiologist, Delhi
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Hello, I have low BP problem and weakness in body. I could stand long time this face last two month. So please advise me where should I go check-up cardiology and medicine doctor.

MBBS, D.Card(PGDCC)
Cardiologist, Greater Noida
Dear Surender First of all.in most of the pt who are considerd themselve as of low BP are actually do not have especially in young age without any risk factor for heart disesse. Either they feel low or vague generalise weakness or they just measure their BP as below 120/80 & they attribute it bcz of low bp which is not true. Considering a low BP means less then 100/ 60 along with weakness. Even this number is arbitrary as many person may have bp lower than it & still feels normal. So my suggestion to go a cardiologist to seek whether this bp is really low or you just feel like it.
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