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Dr. S Khasim

MD - Consultant Physician

General Physician, Guntur

18 Years Experience  ·  100 at clinic
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Dr. S Khasim MD - Consultant Physician General Physician, Guntur
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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
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Dr. S Khasim is a trusted General Physician in Narasaraopet, Guntur. He has had many happy patients in his 18 years of journey as a General Physician. He has completed MD - Consultant Physician . You can visit him at suraksha super speciality hospital in Narasaraopet, Guntur. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. S Khasim on Lybrate.com.

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MD - Consultant Physician - Osmania Medical College, Hyderabad - 2000
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I have neck pain on right side, My work involves sitting on computers for 8 to 10 hours. From past 3 days I am having severe neck pain?

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Homeopath, Sindhudurg
Hi take homoeopathic treatment calc flour 6x tds along with homoeopathic constitutional, for further assistance and treatment for complete cure you can concern me privately.
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Pelvic Pain - 8 Possible Reasons Behind It!

M.R.C.O.G. (LONDON) Gold Medalist, MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology , MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Pelvic Pain - 8 Possible Reasons Behind It!

Pelvic pain frequently leads to a lot of pain in the pelvis of females as well as males. Pelvic pain can be witnessed in men, as well, and can come from different causes. Pelvic pain might be a manifestation of infection or may emerge from pain in the pelvic bone or other organs, for example, the bladder or colon. In ladies, in any case, pelvic pain can in all likelihood be an indication that there might be an issue with one of the regenerative organs in the pelvic range (uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, cervix, or vagina).

To determine what is causing pelvic pain, your doctor will first ask you several questions about your symptoms and past medical problems. He or she will also perform a physical exam and may offer you tests to determine what is causing your pain. Other tests that may be given include:

  1. Blood and urine tests
  2. Pregnancy tests in females of reproductive age
  3. Vaginal or penile cultures to check for sexually transmitted diseases such as gonorrhea and/or chlamydia
  4. Abdominal and pelvic X-rays
  5. Bone density screening (special type of X-ray to determine the strength of bone)
  6. Diagnostic laparoscopy (procedure allowing a direct look at the structures in the pelvis and abdomen)
  7. Hysteroscopy (procedure to examine the uterus)
  8. Stool test (checking a stool sample for microscopic blood)
  9. Lower endoscopy (insertion of a lighted tube to examine the inside of the rectum and part or all of the colon)
  10. Ultrasound (test that uses sound waves to provide images of internal organs)
  11. CT scan of the abdomen and pelvis (scan that uses X-rays and computers to produce an image of a cross-section of the body)

Few possible reasons for pelvic pain in both men and women may include:

  1. An infected appendix is an irritation of the informative supplement, a three and a half inch long container of tissue that reaches out from the digestive organ.
  2. A few people blame a little bladder for regular breaks, however, your body's ordinary "limit" is once in a while the genuine reason for such an issue. In healthy individuals, that limit ranges from one to two mugs.
  3. Sexual conditions, or STDs, incorporate chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, and trichomoniasis. Vaginal or reformatory release and pain or torment during urination can also demonstrate an STD.
  4. Kidney disease or kidney stones
  5. Intestinal pain
  6. Nerve conditions
  7. A hernia occurs when an organ or greasy tissue crushes through a frail spot in a surrounding muscle or connective tissue called the belt.
  8. Broken pelvis could occur due to a prior injury.
  9. Psychogenic pain is a pain issue connected with mental variables. A few sorts of mental or passionate issues can bring about, increment or drag out the pain.

The possible reasons for pelvic pain in only women just may include:

  1. Ectopic pregnancyIn case that the prepared egg embeds in your fallopian tube or elsewhere in your stomach area, you wind up with what is called an ectopic pregnancy.
  2. Unsuccessful labor: An unsuccessful labor is the departure of an embryo before the twentieth week of pregnancy.
  3. Pelvic inflammatory disease: Pelvic inflammatory disease, generally called PID, is a disease of the female regenerative organs.
  4. Ovulation: The primary stage begins with the main day of your period. Your body discharges hormones that make the eggs inside your ovaries develop. If your ovulation cycle is interrupted due to any means, it can cause pelvic pain as well. It can generally, also cause pelvic pain.
  5. Fibroids: Uterine fibroids are non-cancerous lumps that develop on the uterus. Symptoms may include substantial periods, cramping, excruciating sex and an urge to urinate frequently.
  6. EndometriosisEndometriosis is the growth of uterine-coating tissue outside the uterus. Side effects may include stomach pain, painful periods, and infertility.
  7. Uterine cancerCancerous growth inside the uterus
  8. Cervical cancer: Cervical cancer is for the most part brought on by the human papillomavirus, or HPV. A HPV vaccine may decrease the danger of cervical cancer. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Gynaecologist.
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I am 31 years old male weighing 81 and 5 ft 11 tall. Please help me with diet plan n fitness regime. I work in night shifts. Help me with care needed to be taken.

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Pune
I am 31 years old male weighing 81 and 5 ft 11 tall. Please help me with diet plan n fitness regime. I work in night ...
Make time for exercise. Exercising might actually make you gain a few pounds of muscle when you first start, but it's an essential component of any long-term, sustainable weight loss plan. Regardless of how busy you are, it is essential that you make time to exercise each day if you actually want to lose weight and keep it off. Even little things like walking instead of driving to the store can affect how quickly you lose weight The best way to get into exercising is by picking exercises that you are actually going to do and, hopefully, enjoy. If you hate running, don’t make it your main form of exercise—you will need much more motivation each day than if you picked an exercise that you actually enjoy. Instead, try out different exercises until you find a few that you really love, like swimming. ake up cardio training. While a combination of cardio and resistance training are important for overall body health, cardiovascular training is what will help you shed those pounds quickly. Weight and resistance training do not lead to immediate weight loss but can trigger your metabolism to use energy more efficiently. Count calories. Knowing how the minimum amount of calories your body needs to function correctly will help you make your own personalized healthy eating plan and lose weight in a way that's quick but sustainable. Your individual calorie needs will vary based on age, gender, height, and activity level. There are online calculators you can use to determine the amount of calories you should be consuming each day. The minimum number of calories you should eat a day is 1200. Do not go below this level without medical supervision. There are certain foods that keep you feeling sated for hours. Try incorporating the following foods into your diet: Grapefruit,Oatmeal,Apples,Eggs,Ginger,Nuts,Leafy greens,Potatoes,Dark chocolate,Spicy foods Identify your food triggers and plan accordingly. Food triggers are the activities we do that make us want to snack. For some people, it's sitting down to watch a movie at night; for others, it's studying late at night. If you know your food triggers, you can plan for them—fill your house with healthy snacks or have them on hand. Watch your portion sizes. Incorporate appropriate portion sizes into your meal plan. For instance, a healthy snack of almonds and dried cranberries can turn into a huge calorie source if you don’t pay attention to quantities. Also, preparing pre-apportioned healthy snacks can help you avoid mindless overeating and can make it convenient to grab a healthy snack Don’t skip meals. Eating a healthy breakfast increases your resting metabolic rate earlier in the day, keeps your energy levels high, and may help you resist the urge of high-calorie snacks throughout the day. Plan to eat a small snack or meal every two to four hours to keep your metabolism active. Eating regularly also keeps your blood sugar stable and reduces unhealthy calorie binges or deviations from your meal plan FOR MEDICATION CONSULT ONLINE IN PRIVATE
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Hi, I have small doubt that what type of food we have to eat for more sex my age 26. Please advise.

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Ayurveda, Gulbarga
Hi, I have small doubt that what type of food we have to eat for more sex my age 26. Please advise.
Males, who are unable to gain harder and fuller erection, could not penetrate into her and offer sexual pleasure to their ladies. Some males gain erection but lose erection quality in the love act. It leaves both the partners dissatisfied in lovemaking. Weak erection is another problem preventing males to engage in lovemaking. Males, who are old, suffer from reduced energy levels, stamina, vitality and vigor. Such males also suffer from low semen load. You cannot enjoy intense sexual pleasure with reduced semen load. All these sexual problems can be effectively cured with the help of herbal pills like capsules. You are advised to use this herbal pill regularly two times with milk or plain water to improve vigor and vitality and achieve harder and fuller erection for pleasurable lovemaking. This herbal pill is developed using natural ingredients and high grade herbal extracts to improve vigor and vitality. Ashwagandha are highly helpful to increase sex power, stamina and energy in men. It enhances blood supply and oxygen supply to the reproductive organs through dilating blood vessels in the penile region. For treatment consult privetly.
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My father got miner heart attack on sunday midnight after he admit to the icu for further treatment but Dr. suggest to do angiography so we did in Dr. said he had three blockage two is 50% and one is 70% so what we do. My father is stable now he had diabetes, High Blood Pressure as well and Dr. said he got some swelling on kidneys as well that time so please reply me soon.

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Homeopath, Vadodara
My father got miner heart attack on sunday midnight after he admit to the icu for further treatment but Dr. suggest t...
You should go for other doctors reference and than proceed with the best. As your father already have kidney swelling, hypertension and diabetes so consider more than one doctor opinion.
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I have uric acid problem. Kindly tell me the best information. Which things I can avoid and which I can eat.

MBBS
General Physician, Jalgaon
I have uric acid problem. Kindly tell me the best information. Which things I can avoid and which I can eat.
Please Avoid high protein diet like sprouted cereals, milk, non veg food, paneer etc Do yogasanas and pranayam daily Go for morning and evening walk regularly Take salads and fruits more Take Cap shigru by Himalaya 2 2 for 3 mths.
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Headache - 5 Common Types & Affects!

MS (Surgery), Mch (Neurosurgery)
Neurosurgeon, Guwahati
Headache - 5 Common Types & Affects!

One of the most common neurological conditions men and women suffer from is a headache. Headaches usually vary in terms of location, intensity and duration and may be treated with simple home remedies or over the counter medications. One of the most renowned types of headache is known as a migraine. Other common types of headaches include sinus headaches and tension headaches.

  1. Migraines: Migraines are very painful headaches that may be accompanied by a feeling of nausea, vomiting, increased sensitivity to light and a pounding pain in the head. They are caused by a change in concentration of neurotransmitters in the brain which in turn make blood vessels expand thereby bringing on a migraine.
  2. Tension headaches: The pain of a tension headache is considered mild or moderate in comparison to migraines. This type of headache is characterised by throbbing pain on both sides of the head and pain in the neck and behind the eyes. Tension headaches are caused by the contraction of muscles in the head and neck.
  3. Cluster headaches: Cluster headaches are characterised by a series of short yet intense headaches that may occur every day or several weeks or months. In most cases, they recur on a seasonal basis i.e., people tend to get them at the same time of the year. The pain caused by cluster headaches may be more severe than that of a migraine but these headaches do not last as long. They are caused by the activation of a specific nerve pathway that is responsible for facial sensations. Cluster headaches are the most uncommon type of headaches.
  4. Rebound headaches: In most cases, a headache can be cured with over the counter remedies. However, excessive or incorrect use of these medications can cause a rebound headache. These medications may trigger another headache when their effect wears off. This makes the person retake the medicine leading to a vicious cycle. Rebound headaches are most often caused by medicines that contain caffeine.
  5. Secondary headaches: While the above types of headaches are categorised as primary headaches, a headache that is caused by another condition is known as a secondary headache. Secondary headaches are commonly caused by severe hypertension, sinusitis, pharyngitis and other types of head trauma. Tumours, subdural hematoma or other conditions that take up space in the head can also cause secondary headaches. Secondary headaches are a greater cause for concern than primary headaches and should not be ignored. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Neurosurgeon.
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I am a 23 yo women, I contracted a yeast infection after having unprotected sex (I have only one partner, my doctor prescribed some creams which gave me temporary relief but the infection comes back once the medication is over. I want to know which blood tests should I take so that I can rule out an STI.

BHMS, DEMS
Homeopath, Pune
Most vaginal yeast infections are caused by the organism Candida albicans. Yeast infections are very common and affect up to 75% of women at some point in their lifetime. The main symptom of a vaginal yeast infection is itching, but burning, discharge, andpain with urination or intercourse can also occur. The imbalance that allows the overgrowth of yeast to happen can be due to: antibiotics (they lower the amount of lactobacillus, or good bacteria, in the vagina) pregnancy uncontrolled diabetes weak immune system poor eating habits, including a lot of sugary foods hormonal imbalance near your menstrual cycle stress lack of sleep. *Frequent symptoms include: itching burning large or small amounts of vaginal discharge, often whitish gray and thick (although there are also times the discharge can be watery) pain during sex soreness rash. Homeopathic medicine will give you best result to rid your problem completely. Consult me.
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