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Dr. Pankaj

Pediatrician, Gurgaon

300 at clinic
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Dr. Pankaj is a renowned Pediatrician in New Gurgaon, Gurgaon. You can meet Dr. Pankaj personally at Sheetla Hospital in New Gurgaon, Gurgaon. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Pankaj on Lybrate.com.

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Room No 5, , New Railway Road, Gurgaon. Landmark: Near Dsd College, GurgaonGurgaon Get Directions
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What is full treatment for a 5 year old child with typhoid and what food he should take and what exercise he should. Can he go to school and eat normal food. Please reply soon.

MD - Paediatrics, MBBS
Pediatrician, Tumkur
Typhoid needs antibiotics for 10 to 14 days. Need to give soft and bland diet. Child needs rest till he recovers completely.
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My 9 months old baby is suffering from fever since 2 days, one day I given fepanil but she has high fever 103.8 so I started metal p. After giving medicine in a hour temperature is reducing and ll be OK for 4 hrs. But still fever is there and I am out of station from my city. Here there is no good doctors. In fever she will be dull but once temperature come down she starts playing and very active too but in fever she'll be dull.

MBBS, MD Pediatrics
Pediatrician, Delhi
My 9 months old baby is suffering from fever since 2 days, one day I given fepanil but she has high fever 103.8 so I ...
Its unfortunate that you are dealing with this problem what other symptoms does your child have like cough nasal discharge loose stools pain abdomen any skin rash or pustules weight of child these things are necessary to make a diagnosis treatment paracetamol syrup cold sponging
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My daughter is 2 months. She takes NAN PRO 1.Sometimes I feel that she is having gastric problem. We give her gripe water. Now my query is that is it safe to give gripe water or is there any other good medicine available. And my second query is regarding fever of my child. If we feel that her body temp is high should we give her paracetamol drops or is there any other good medicine. Please advice.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
My daughter is 2 months. She takes NAN PRO 1.Sometimes I feel that she is having gastric problem. We give her gripe w...
You cannot use paracetamol for evrytiem when you feel body temperature is high. It can be given only if ther is infection and fever .NAN and all other formula feeds should be given only in cup with a spoon and not in bottle feed
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My 3 year old son has had cold and cough three times back to back in the past 2 months. For the 1st time, he was given levolin and it became okay after 3 days. For 2nd time (happened after a week), levolin did not work, and hence nebulization (budecort levolin) along with Azee200 (antibiotic) was given. It became ok after 3 days. For 3rd time (happened again after a week from 2nd), we first gave him ayurvedic medicine. He started having fever and hence gave him antibiotic again for 5 days. Till antibiotic was on, he was neither having fever not cough. Immediately after stopping antibiotic, his cough started. Now its been near to 3 weeks, the cough has not gone completely. He normally does not cough in the day. Either when he is playing/running or laughing, then he starts coughing or during night he coughs 2-3 times (4-5 coughs continuously). What should I do? I am really worried.

BHMS, PGDM (Emergency Medical services)
Homeopath, Pune
My 3 year old son has had cold and cough three times back to back in the past 2 months. For the 1st time, he was give...
Hi. Continue previous antibiotics and nebulisation as per advice of Your family physician. Along with this homeopathic medicines on detail case study like knowing few details will help to avoid recurrence of cough and cold. Homeopathic medicines will help to cover current cough and cold problem. Also these homeopathic medicines are free from any side effects. So consult homeopathic doctor nearby or online here for further management. Avoid oily spicy outside food to your patient completely. Take care.
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Hello Dr. My baby girl is going to complete 2 months on 1st November. Today she did potty N her poop was bright green in colour. Yesterday she had mild fever N last month she had vaccines. (And in my diet I have included cow milk otherwise I never used to had cow milk as it causes gas. And I'm noticing my milk is more watery then before .) Is it normal or any matter of concern? Kindly reply. Waiting for response. Thank you.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
Hello Dr. My baby girl is going to complete 2 months on 1st November. Today she did potty N her poop was bright green...
If you are bottle feeding she may have got infection in stomach which explains fever and loose motion. YOu give maximum breast milk and other feed if you give give from a cup with spoon or a sipper . Do not use bottle and nipple
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My baby is now six month. I dint gave any food to him. Other than milk. What should I give for my baby.

PALS, MD, MBBS
Pediatrician, Delhi
My baby is now six month. I dint gave any food to him. Other than milk. What should I give for my baby.
Hi, you should start giving mashed banana, dal, mashed potato one by one and gradually introduce other food items.
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BAMS, YIC, DEC
Ayurveda, Bangalore
Bronchial asthma- Disorder causes the airways of lungs,to swell,and narrowing leading to whizz, are shortness of breath, chest stiffness and coughing and sounds in chest-- proper diet yoga, good life style and good food, regular in take of medication can prevent asthma attack.
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C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
ASTHMA

Asthma has become a common ailment these days because of rampant air pollution and stressful lifestyle. The quality of the air we breathe, the change in climate and dust allergy can easily bring in an asthmatic flare up in some people.
Asthma attack causes breathing difficulty. This happens as your bronchial tubes get inflamed and contract, thereby narrowing down the air passages. You feel your chest tightening up and experience shortness of breath with a wheezing sound.

What triggers asthma flare ups?
There a number of potential triggers for mild to severe asthmatic attacks. By identifying and avoiding these triggering factors you can bring down the frequency of your asthmatic flare ups notably.
Look out for the following factors that may set off asthma:

Cold and flu:
Cold and flu infection spreads through coughing and sneezing from an infected person. A cold takes 2-4 days while flu takes 3-4 weeks to recover. These infections can potentially trigger the asthma attack by causing inflammation of the air passages.

Weather change:
The changing weather conditions, cold air, humid climate and thunderstorms often trigger asthma flare ups. Changes in temperature also aggravates asthma problem. Cold air is one of the most common reasons for asthma attacks in kids and adults alike.
Allergens:
Dust Mites:
Dust mites in your carpets, rugs, pillows and bedding may trigger asthma as well. It is very difficult to kill dust mites. Make sure you use vacuum cleaner to clear away dust from your beddings, carpets, pillows etc. And put them out in the sun often.

Molds:
If you have indoor plants then they may trigger asthma attack due to allergy flare ups. This happens as they tend to form molds that may trigger asthma.

Pollens:
Indoor plants and garden areas may be a good thriving ground for pollens. Pollens are very fine particles. Insects and gusts of air may transport these allergens to your body through breath.

Pet/animal dander and cockroaches:
Pets or animals with hair or fur like a dog, cat, bird or even mice may shed miniscule skin flecks that may cause irritation and trigger an asthmatic flare up.
If you have cockroaches at home, then get pest control done. Their droppings may also trigger asthma flare up and you would have never guessed the real reason!

Work environment:
If your office area is closed up and not well ventilated, has wood dust or smell of wood polish, wall paint fumes, chemicals etc. Then your asthma flare up can set off easily.

Cigarette smoke:
If you smoke or you are in a smoking zone like in a restaurant or a party, then the smoke can prompt an asthma flare up. Even smoke from a bushfire may trigger it.

Air pollution:
If you live, work or travel in an area where air pollution is high due to traffic or lack of greenery, then an asthma flare up can occur frequently.

Strong smells:
Strong smells from flowers, mosquito repellents, incense sticks, varnish, paint, perfumed candles, deodorants or body perfumes can also trigger asthma.

Medication:
Certain medicines can also trigger asthma attack like blood pressure or steroidal medicines etc. Always ask your doctor before taking medicines.

Stress and emotional highs:
If you have not taken a vacation in a long time, you are working late nights or have to do heavy physical or mental work, then it results in extreme stress. It may trigger an asthmatic flare up. Emotional highs like anger or excitement can also trigger a flare up of asthma.

Exercise:
Exercising, jogging, swimming or running can also trigger asthmatic attack due to physical exertion. This happens because when you run or work out, then breathing becomes faster. This lets a lot of cold air enter your lungs in comparison to normal breath that is made warm by your nose.

Hormonal imbalance:
Anytime you are experiencing hormonal ups and downs, asthma flare up can get triggered. For women menstrual cycle, pregnancy or menopause can trigger asthma in some cases. This is not very common though.

Foods:
Kapha aggravating foods can also trigger an asthmatic attack. Avoid rice, curd, high salt, sugar, lentils, strong tea, alcohol, pickles, sauces, processed foods to lower the risk of asthma flare up. Processed foods contain preservatives like sulphite foods that may trigger asthma.
Find out the reasons that cause your asthma flare up. Keep yourself active despite asthma by avoiding these triggering factors.
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