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Dr. Priyanka Gupta - General Physician, Faridabad

Dr. Priyanka Gupta

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General Physician, Faridabad

3 Years Experience ₹200 online
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Dr. Priyanka Gupta 87% (35 ratings) MBBS General Physician, Faridabad
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I'm dedicated to providing optimal health care in a relaxed environment where I treat every patients as if they were my own family....more
I'm dedicated to providing optimal health care in a relaxed environment where I treat every patients as if they were my own family.
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She has helped numerous patients in her 2 years of experience as a General Physician. She has done MBBS. Book an appointment online with Dr. Priyanka Gupta on Lybrate.com.

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Hi, I recently had body checkup and my reports showing test HIGH SENSITIVE C REACTIVE PROTEIN value 4.92 mg/L and LIPOPROTEIN value 54.1 mg/DL. Which are high From normal. Could you please suggest me what precautions that can I take for this? Thanks for your help.

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Hi, I recently had body checkup and my reports showing test HIGH SENSITIVE C REACTIVE PROTEIN value 4.92 mg/L and LIP...
Hi, lifestyle modifications can reduce the risk of heart problems. 1. Change your diet. Cut out (or at least start by reducing your intake of sugar, additives, refined grains, and processed food in general) 2. Quit smoking 3. Limit alcohol intake. 4. Reduce stress. 5. Indulge in physical activity for minimum 30 minutes a day. 6. Try to reduce as much of weight as possible.
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What is the best time to pregnant to my wife after her m.c.which complete from 4.5.17 to 10. 5.17?

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General Physician, Faridabad
What is the best time to pregnant to my wife after her m.c.which complete from 4.5.17 to 10. 5.17?
Hi In general, a woman's fertile window is the day of ovulation (usually 12 to 16 days before the menstrual period begins) and the five days preceding it. For the average woman that occurs somewhere between days 10 and 17.
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Good afternoon. I'm from Lucknow and my problem is. About 1.5 year ago I was suffering from very serious constipation and on that time I wasn't know anything about constipation and I'm not aware. I met to many doctors. But anyone of them was not able to understand my problem. Doctor was given me wrong medicine that was totally opposite to constipation and my problem was increasing day by day. And from that time to this time. My intestines are very tight. And my all other parts of body are working normally .now. Please give me advice about removal of tightness from intestines And one another thing tell me. How colonoscopy can help regarding this problem. Thanks.

MBBS
General Physician, Faridabad
Good afternoon. I'm from Lucknow and my problem is. About 1.5 year ago I was suffering from very serious constipation...
Hi from the history you are giving it seems you are suffering from Chronic constipation. Relieving chronic constipation takes a multifaceted, lifestyle approach: 1. Get Regular Go to the bathroom at the same time each morning. Make this your morning "habit, as colonic motor activity is highest at this time. 2. Relax Because stress can interfere with relaxation of the whole body, including the bowels, it's important to use some type of relaxation technique daily. 3. Increase Fluids Drink plenty of liquids. It's recommended that you drink at least eight glasses of liquid (preferably water) each day. Drink more on hot days and when you are exercising 4.Bulk up your diet Dietary fibre and bulk fibre laxatives such as psyllium or methylcelluose -- taken with plenty of fluids -- work well for relieving chronic constipation. 5. Stay Active and Exercise daily A colonoscopy examines your large intestine (colon and rectum) for signs of colon polyps, colorectal cancer, and other conditions. A long, flexible tube with a camera attached to it (colonoscope) is inserted through your rectum into your colon. During colonoscopy, the colonoscope enables your doctor to access your bowel to irrigate, suction, or inject air into the region, and to pass specialized instruments through it, as needed. Tissue and polyps may be removed for further examination and treatment.
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How many almonds are safe to have daily? Is having more than 10 almonds not good for the body?

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How many almonds are safe to have daily? Is having more than 10 almonds not good for the body?
Hi You can have around 10-15 almonds a day. While almonds can lower your cholesterol level, eating too many almonds can cause weight gain as they are high in fat and calories with approximately 14 g of fat and 163 calories per ounce. 3.5 g of Fibre is present in one ounce of almonds. The appropriate amount of fibre needed per day is 30 g. Constipation and diarrhea is caused when too much almonds are being taken. If your body isn't used to taking too much fibre, the side effects can worsen. Bloating and cramping can be caused when too much fibre is consumed.
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I got red patches on my face nd it's itching continuously. please direct me some medication. How much time will it take to be removed totally.

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I got red patches on my face nd it's itching continuously. please direct me some medication. How much time will it ta...
Although an actual examination may be required to fully treat red dry patches on the face, most people can still find some relief for upper lip red dry skin, red dry skin around the nose, and underneath the mouth. Since environmental factors can be the main cause or an exacerbating cause, it may be vitally important to make sure that the skin is protected from these irritants. Protect the face with a cotton scarf or other barrier when going into the cold Use of Vitamin E oil can provide relief and a protection Avoid excessive touching of the red dry patches, as this can further irritate the condition Maintain hydration for the skin, both topically and by drinking sufficient water Beyond these practices which can reduce outside factors that make dry red patches on the face worse, the use of a colloidal oatmeal paste can reduce inflammation and irritation, but should only be used three to five times a day. Overall, people who suffer from dry red patches on the face should be examined by a physician for further treatment.
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I am 54 years male having diagnosed gluten allergy 10 years back. It was 9 on 10 point scale. I use to keep myself away from eating products made of wheat, barley and ragi as suggested by the physician. Is there any treatment which can cure my gluten allergy, please suggest. Thanks!

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General Physician, Faridabad
Hi. Gluten Intolerance has no treatment as such apart from gluten restriction and treating the symptoms that accompany it. Many persons suffering from gluten intolerance have nutritional deficiencies, inflammation to the intestines, or even blistering of their skin. Taking nutritional supplements and medications may help control the peripheral symptoms of gluten intolerance. However a gluten free diet is the key to controlling gluten intolerance. You may require supplements of calcium, folate, iron, vitamin B-12, vitamin D, vitamin K, and zinc.
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I am surfing from indigestion for last 3 - 4 days. I go 2-3 time for bowel movement btwn 30 or 45 minute gap in morning and also in evening and after every meal (break fast, lunch & dinner. My stool form is water. I also want to tell that I am not satisfied in 1st and 2nd time I feel that my stomach is not clear. I hv no pain in my stomach but lack of interest to eat food after this problem please tell me about this problem and also tell me it's remedy and diet I am a defense person and m on spl ops duty. There are no hospital in this area.

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General Physician, Faridabad
I am surfing from indigestion for last 3 - 4 days. I go 2-3 time for bowel movement btwn 30 or 45 minute gap in morni...
Hi It seems you are suffering from Irritable Bowel Syndrome Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common disorder that affects the large intestine (colon). Irritable bowel syndrome commonly causes cramping, abdominal pain, bloating, gas, diarrhea and constipation. IBS is a chronic condition that you will need to manage long term. Even though signs and symptoms are uncomfortable, IBS — unlike ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease, which are forms of inflammatory bowel disease — doesn't cause changes in bowel tissue or increase your risk of colorectal cancer. Only a small number of people with irritable bowel syndrome have severe signs and symptoms. Some people can control their symptoms by managing diet, lifestyle and stress. Others will need medication and counseling. The signs and symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome can vary widely from person to person and often resemble those of other diseases. Among the most common are: Abdominal pain or cramping A bloated feeling Gas Diarrhea or constipation — sometimes alternating bouts of constipation and diarrhea Mucus in the stool Risk Factors; Many people have occasional signs and symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome, but you're more likely to have IBS if you: Are young. IBS tends to occur in people under age 45. Are female. Overall, about twice as many women as men have the condition. Have a family history of IBS. Studies suggest that people who have a family member with IBS may be at increased risk of the condition. Have a mental health problem. Anxiety, depression, a personality disorder and a history of childhood sexual abuse are risk factors. For women, domestic abuse may be a risk factor as well. Treatment and Prevention: If your problems are moderate or severe, you may need more than lifestyle changes. Your doctor may suggest medications. Dietary changes: Eliminating high-gas foods. If you have bothersome bloating or are passing considerable amounts of gas, your doctor may suggest that you cut out such items as carbonated beverages, vegetables — especially cabbage, broccoli and cauliflower — and raw fruits. Eliminating gluten. Research shows that some people with IBS report improvement in diarrhea symptoms if they stop eating gluten (wheat, barley and rye). This recommendation remains controversial, and the evidence is not clear. Eliminating FODMAPs. Some people are sensitive to types of carbohydrates such as fructose, fructans, lactose and others, called FODMAPs (fermentable oligo-, di-, and monosaccharides and polyols). FODMAPs are found in certain grains, vegetables, fruits and dairy products. However, often people are not bothered by every FODMAP food. You may be able to get relief from your IBS symptoms on a strict low FODMAP diet and then reintroduce foods one at time. Anti-diarrheal medications. Over-the-counter medications, such as loperamide (Imodium), can help control diarrhea. Some people will benefit from medications called bile acid binders, such as cholestyramine (Prevalite), colestipol (Colestid) or colesevelam (Welchol), but these can lead to bloating. Antibiotics. Some people whose symptoms are due to an overgrowth of bacteria in their intestines may benefit from antibiotic treatment. Some people with symptoms of diarrhea have benefited from rifaximin (Xifaxan), but more research is needed. Counseling. You may benefit from counseling if you have depression or if stress tends to worsen your symptoms.
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I'm having constant urge to remove mucous from my throat since 2 years. And I have smoked crazy 10 years nw 5 years heavy smoking. I have Ulcerative colitis took. Taking mesacol of fr dat. Since last week having pain under my tonsils. Pain subsides on salt gargle nd paining during drinking water.

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General Physician, Faridabad
I'm having constant urge to remove mucous from my throat since 2 years. And I have smoked crazy 10 years nw 5 years h...
Hi From the complaints mentioned you seem to be suffering from what is known as Smoker's Cough. Although quitting smoking is the only way you can stop a smoker’s cough, but there are 6 quick ways you can help your body heal more effectively, relieve some of the irritation, and temporarily stop smoker’s cough. Some of the treatments you can do to feel a little better include the following: 1. Drink enough water (gargling with warm saline can also provide relief from an irritant throat) 2.Just add honey: Adding a little honey to your tea or just consuming a teaspoon full of it plain can really soothe your throat – and it tastes good, too. 3. Use throat lozenges 4. Sleep with your head slightly elevated 5. Eat healthy and exercise. All in all, it’s very important to get away from the smokes if you want to stop smoker’s cough.
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Recent blood test shows her vit d as 10.56 against normal of 50. Pl suggest diet n supplements.

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General Physician, Faridabad
Recent blood test shows her vit d as 10.56 against normal of 50. Pl suggest diet n supplements.
Diet modification is required. Vitamin D rich food items i.e Fatty fish, like tuna, mackerel, and salmon. Foods fortified with vitamin D, like some dairy products, orange juice, soy milk, and cereals. Beef liver, Cheese, Egg yolks should be incorporated in diet.
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Hello I am 32 years old and my period is not in time last month my periods are not coming now the second month appears still not happening what is happening kindly suggest some treatment.

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General Physician, Faridabad
Hello I am 32 years old and my period is not in time last month my periods are not coming now the second month appear...
Hi Irregular periods could be because of the following reasons; 1. High stress level. 2. Poor diet 3. Extreme weight loss or low body weight 4. Over exercising 5. Thyroid Disorders 6. Stopping Birth control Pills 7. Hormonal Imbalances 8. Food Allergies In order to have regularity of menstrual cycle you need to live a stress free life, indulge in physical activities and exercises, eat healthy. If some hormonal imbalances are suspected, seek the help of your Gynaecologist.
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Is mango safe in pregnancy ?I am 12 weeks pregnant. I want to know about it's safety in pregnancy.

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General Physician, Faridabad
Is mango safe in pregnancy ?I am 12 weeks pregnant. I want to know about it's safety in pregnancy.
Yes, you can eat mangoes while you're pregnant. Mangoes are rich in iron, vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin B6, potassium and folic acid which are all vital nutrients for your pregnancy. They are also rich in fibre, which can help prevent constipation and are a good source of energy and antioxidants.
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Doctor I have frequent urination in the night time and sometimes I have pain on the penis. What was it?

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General Physician, Faridabad
Doctor I have frequent urination in the night time and sometimes I have pain on the penis. What was it?
Hi It can be due to a Urinary Tract Infection or Cystitis. You need to get a Urine routine done to check for infection and start an antibiotic treatment.
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Hi I have only one testicle in it will be any problem after marriage please tell me.

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General Physician, Faridabad
Hi I have only one testicle in it will be any problem after marriage please tell me.
Hi Having one testicle is not a very major problem, but it is important to rule out undescended testis. Sometimes the testis get held up in the abdomen or inguinal canal and fail to descend downwards. This condition is rare but if present can cause serious problem like testicular cancer. I would recommend you to consult a male gynaecologist who would examine you thoroughly; sometimes the doctor can palpate the testis in the inguinal canal. If it is not apparent, then the doctor might advise for USG abdomen which would help to locate the undescended testis in the abdomen. As far as fertility is concerned, there is no guarantee that people with two testes are completely fertile. One testicle is usually sufficient to produce semen and testosterone. If this is concerning you, then I would suggest a simple semen analysis test which would give a fair idea about your fertility. If you have an average sperm count it will give good pregnancy outcomes, even if otherwise You need not worry much about your fertility as the Improvement in sperm retrieval techniques and micromanipulation techniques, such as intracytoplasmic sperm injection, has led to excellent fertilization and pregnancy outcomes of treatment cycles. My advice is to consult a male gynaecologist, rule out undescended testis and for evaluating fertility perform a semen analysis test.
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My bowel movements are to hard and gut is not coming out with out lactative my water and fiber intake is ok please help me what may be reason.

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General Physician, Faridabad
Hi You might be suffering from Irritable Bowel Syndrome with constipation. Pain in abdomen, Bloating, constipation are the symptoms of IBS. There's no single, best approach to treating IBS-Constipation. Often, people use a mix of therapies to get relief. They can include changes in diet, exercise, stress management, and medication. Avoid using alot of laxatives and supplements as they pose health risks.
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