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Dr. Neha Gupta - Internal Medicine Specialist, Gurgaon

Dr. Neha Gupta

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Infectious Disease Fellowship, M.B.B.S, M.D. (Medicine)

Internal Medicine Specialist, Gurgaon

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Dr. Neha Gupta 87% (63 ratings) Infectious Disease Fellowship, M.B.B.S, M.D. (Medicine) Internal Medicine Specialist, Gurgaon
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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. Neha Gupta is a renowned Infectious Diseases Specialist in Delhi/NCR. She has expertise in treatment of fever, common infections like viral fever, dengue, malaria, typhoid, with special interest in transplant-related infections, bone & joint infections, infections in kidney, liver, diabetic & oncology patients . She has expertise in treatment of drug resistant Tuberculosis & also HIV infections. She has received 12 excellent reviews from her patients who are happy with her treatment. Don?t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Neha Gupta on Lybrate.com.

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Infectious Disease Fellowship - P.D. Hinduja National Hospital & Medical Research Centre - 2011
M.B.B.S - Dr. B R Ambedhkar Medical College - 2004
M.D. (Medicine) - Gandhi Medical College, Barkatullah University, Bhopal - 2008
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What Is Antibiotic Resistance?

Infectious Disease Fellowship, M.B.B.S, M.D. (Medicine)
Internal Medicine Specialist, Gurgaon
What Is Antibiotic Resistance?

Ever been in a situation where a medicine you used to take regularly to deal with something, has suddenly stopped being effective? This is because of antibiotic resistance. This refers to the ability of bacteria to change their structure so as to resist the antibiotic. Thus, an illness that was once easily treatable is no longer affected by the same medicines and the bacteria causing the infection multiplies, thus worsening the condition.

How do bacteria develop antibiotic resistance?

When you take a drug, not all the bacteria present is affected equally. While some bacteria die out, others turn dormant. Repeated and improper use of antibiotics can lead multiplication of the dormant bacteria, which results in spreading of disease, instead of containing the same. One of the main causes of this is using strong antibiotics to treat minor viral illnesses.

What can you do to fight antibiotic resistance?

  • Follow your prescription: When taking a course of antibiotics, it is also essential to complete the course and not leave it midway just because you are feeling better. Antibiotics are also most effective when taken regularly. Hence, avoid skipping a dose in your treatment. Doing this does not completely cure the infection, but increases the bacteria's resistance to the drug.
  • Do not take someone else's medicine: Self medication can do more harm than good. Each drug attacks a particular combination of symptoms. Taking medication prescribed for someone else can increase the bacteria's resistance to antibiotics. It can also delay correct treatment, thus allowing your condition to worsen.
  • Discard the leftover medication: When stored for a long period of time, medicines lose their potency. Thus if you were to take them later, they would be less effective against the bacteria.
  • Do not take antibiotics for a viral infection: In any case, antibiotics to not address viruses and hence, the medicine will not have a beneficial effect on the virus. However, it can affect the bacteria present in your body by making it resistant to the drug.
  • Do not use antibiotics for an extended duration: Use of antibiotic for treating issues such as acne can contribute to antibiotic resistance. If you must take any such medication, ensure that you are being cared for by a healthcare professional. Most doctors will suggest giving your body breaks between antibiotic courses when it comes to long term medication.
  • Try natural remedies: Many common bacterial infections can be successfully treated naturally in their early stages. Aloe Vera, turmeric, garlic and tea tree oil are some of the natural cures for a range of bacterial infections. The biggest advantage of these natural cures is their lack of side effects.
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I am suffering from fever since 2 days, I have tried many medicine, but I don't get relief, kindly suggest me appropriate medicine.

Infectious Disease Fellowship, M.B.B.S, M.D. (Medicine)
Internal Medicine Specialist, Gurgaon
I am suffering from fever since 2 days,
I have tried many medicine, but I don't get relief, kindly suggest me appropr...
You need to see a specialist do you have sore throat or running nose. It could be viral, dengue, malaria.
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MY BROTHER IS 48 years old I suffer from stone in gall bladder from last year. Now I suffer from typhoid from last 8 months. Esr test state high esr value what should I do. I already take complete course of medicine for typhoid.

Infectious Disease Fellowship, M.B.B.S, M.D. (Medicine)
Internal Medicine Specialist, Gurgaon
Typhoid can not go on for 8 months. Kindly consult an infectious diseases specialist or a physician.
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