Dr. Subhash Chandra Chanana is a highly reputed specialist in oncology from Gurgaon and has had a long serving career of 47 years. He completed his Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) from SP Medical College in 1970. He further completed his Masters of Surgery in General Surgery from SP Medical College in 1980. He completed his fellowship program - FACS from Vienna Austria (Europe) in 1992.
Dr. Subhash Chandra is a member of Indian Medical Association (IMA), American Medical Association (AMA). He provides consultations from Monday to Saturday at Rockland Hospital in Manesar, between 9 AM to 5 PM and at Red Cross Hospital in Dilshad Garden, Gurgaon from 11 AM to 1.30 PM. He also runs two Clinics- SSPR Centre in Dilshad Garden and Sector 70, Gurgaon. Patients can book an appointment at these centres on any day of the week between 10 AM to 10 PM. He also provides consultation services online.
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What test should be done for Lymphoma? Is there any doctor for Lymphoma in Noida - Greater Noida? Please suggest
Received 2 grey white soft tissue bits together 0.6*0.5*0.4 MICROSCOPY & IMPRESSION: Growth, lower lip, punch biopsy: Multiple tissue fragments showing moderately (G2) Squamous cell Carcinoma with dysplasia and acute inflammatory infiltrate.
Ovarian cancer is the cancer of an ovary. The ovaries are the two glands which are responsible for female reproduction. They produce ova or eggs and also produce the female hormones oestrogen and progesterone. Ovarian cancer begins when abnormal cells in the ovary start to multiply rapidly and grow out of control to form a tumour. It is the 5th most common cancer among women.
The exact cause of the cancer is unknown but the following factors increase the risk:
- Age: chances rise with increasing age.
- Infertility: Infertile women who cannot conceive are at a higher risk.
- Family history: I in 10 cancers are due to inherited genes like BRCA1/2. You are also at a higher risk if you have a family history of other gynaecological cancers like breast /cervical or ovarian.
- Hormone replacement therapy: Studies have shown a link of HRT WITH ovarian cancer.
Symptoms of ovarian cancer are generally difficult to detect, but cancer may bring about early indications. The most widely recognized symptoms of ovarian cancer are as follows:
Irregular menstruation or bleeding post menopause
Constant bloating or abdominal swelling
Ache in your lower abdomen or pelvis
Inconvenience eating/ loss of appetite
Feeling full instantly/ constipation
Urinary issues, for example, an urgent need to urinate or urinating more frequently than expected
Generalized weakness /tiredness.
In case that you have at least one of these side effects and it happens every day for more than two or three weeks, try to see a doctor or a specialist.
These symptoms are basic for a few women. They may not imply that you have ovarian cancer. It is very important for women to understand that these symptoms do not necessarily imply that they have ovarian cancer. The same number of other common and harmless conditions can bring about the same indications. Additionally, different reasons for these symptoms are significantly more common than ovarian cancer. These may include irritable bowel syndrome and urinary tract infections (UTIs). In any case, the early indications of ovarian cancer tend to follow a pattern, which is as follows:
They begin abruptly.
They do not feel the same as your typical stomach-related or menstrual issues.
They happen almost consistently and do not leave.
However, these side effects are also common in a few women who do not have ovarian cancer. Most of the ovarian cancer cases are diagnosed at a later stage after the tumours have spread. Fortunately, around 20% of women are diagnosed early, where excellent prognosis can be achieved. Regular screening test for early ovarian cancer like General pelvic examinations now and then, followed by ultrasound examinations or blood tests for cancer-related markers, can help. If required Ct scan, MRI, PET, colonoscopy/laproscopy can be done to find the extent of the disease.
In case some of these symptoms start to manifest in your body, one should go for a general check-up. Cancers detected at a later stage become difficult to treat. Hence, the sooner one knows, the better it is. So Stay healthy and informed. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!
Hello sir, I Am 27 years old. Sir I Am suffering from bladder problems since last one month. There is burn in my bladder are and in penis whlile urine. Sir maine ct scan or xray bhi krwaya us time halka bladder main sujan thi lekin medicine ka asar nhi ho paa rha hai. Bladder stone to nhi nikla report main but mujhe lagta hai ki bladder main stone hi hai kyonki mere bladder main ek area main bahut jyada burn hota hai esa lagta or penis ki naso main bhi jalan hoti hai nabhi ke pas bhi dard hota hai. Mere urine test ct scan sab normal nikle lekin ye burn km nhi ho rha hai jab main ek jagah beth jaaun tab jyada hota hai please guide me mujhe kya karna chahiye because I am very upset kya ye bladder cancer ka case to nhi please answer me Mujhe masturbation ki habit hai jyada uski wajah se koi problem to nhi or smoking alcohol main nhi leta. Please advice
My wife underwent radiation for the the small brain tumor, after that her vision power got reduced, now she is no able to see, when I asked the doctor he said it is the palliedima, after that what should I do to get back her vision.
I am 29 years old male. I am suffering from brain tumour. I got operation and radiation both but tumor is near brain stem so its partially operated and radiated. Its been 1-1/2 years of operation and 1 year of radiation. I am still not well. I feel heavy head and problem in walking swelling. I am unable to laugh even. Kindly guide me.
Suffering from any degenerative or terminal disease like lymphoma can be really tough. It takes a huge toll on your mental health. Whether you are suffering from it or someone close to you, the impact is extremely painful and going through each day is a fight in itself. But, you must struggle. Just to minimize your anguish a little bit more, here are some ways to cope with the lymphoma:
- Be open about your disease: Try to talk about your disease with other people as much as possible. Talk about what you are going through. How it is making you feel, how painful it is. Share all of your feelings. Don’t be ashamed or feel bad about your disease.
- Deal with fear and scare: There is no point in minimizing the fact that you will be afraid and scared. But try to calm yourself down. Think about your options for treatment and consult your doctor about them. Learning about the possible treatments will make you feel safe.
- Try to engage in physical activities: As much as your body permits try to engage yourself in physical activities like walking, simple exercises, yoga, and other physical activities. It will help to keep your stress level in check.
- Get out: Don’t confine yourself to your home as it may lead to depression. Engage in daily activities like going to a grocery store, a shopping mall, a club or just for a stroll in the park. Calling your friends or your family and going out for a coffee can help a great deal.
- Think about financial matters: Dealing with a long-term disease can be really stressful not only emotionally but also financially. This makes it extremely important to plan your finances well. If you have health care insurance, try to go over with your agent on how much you will be covered and save money accordingly.
- Handle your work life: About work, talk with HRD at your office and tell him/her about your medical condition and how well you are prepared to deal with the work designated for you.
- Don’t push people away: In most cases, due to prolonged illness, the patients become hopeless and tries to push people close to them away. They find it extremely difficult to cope with the disease, so try to keep your loved ones as close to you as possible. If someone comes forward with a helping hand, accept it.
- Managing side effects: The side effects of the treatment can affect you as well. Try to go over them with your doctor before starting your treatment.
- Facing infertility: Conceiving children can be a problem during this period. If you are planning to have children, consult a fertility doctor and check your options.
- Deal with relapse: If you have cancerous cells, you must be prepared for a relapse. However, it will be easier to deal with a relapse as you know what to expect and which way to go.
In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!
My mother is a case of esophageal cancer and I am diagnosed with h.pylori. Infection only on the basis of rapid blood test. No biopsy could be done due to swelling in my oesophagus, and after having medicines i. E lansoprazole, clarithromycin and tinidazole, no improvement is noticed. Need I go for biopsy of easophaegas. Please help.
Uterine cancer of cancer of the uterus is a fairly common type of cancer. In fact, this is the fourth most common type of cancer to affect women. This type of cancer is usually diagnosed in its early stages and hence can be easily treated. However, did you know that this type of cancer can be prevented? This is primarily because most cases of uterine cancer are caused by an increased amount of estrogen as compared to progestin. Here are a few tips to keep in mind.
- Birth control pills: The regular use of birth control pills for at least a year is believed to reduce the risk of uterine cancer by at least 50%. The longer these contraceptives are used for, the more effective they are. The protection provided by them lasts for 15 years after their use has been discontinued.
- Reduce weight: Being overweight not only increases the risk of lifestyle diseases such as diabetes and high blood pressure but can also increase a woman’s risk of suffering from uterine cancer. This is because fat cells produce estrogen that further dis-balances the estrogen to progestin ratio. Reducing weight can thus help lower the estrogen levels in the body and prevent cancer. To lose weight, one must keep a strict control over portion sizes, eat nutritious food and exercise regularly.
- Use an IUD: Some methods of contraception not only prevent unwanted pregnancy but also reduce the risk of uterine cancer. Many IUDs or Intrauterine Devices contain progestin. This helps balance the estrogen and progestin levels in the body. Additionally, it also reduces the risk of hyperplasia. This is a condition marked by the abnormal thickening of the lining of the uterus. In many cases, this condition is a precursor to uterine cancer.
- Question Your Family: Genetics can also influence the risk of developing uterine cancer. For example, people carrying the gene responsible for Lynch Syndrome or hereditary nonpolyposis colorectal cancer have a much higher risk of uterine cancer as compared to others. Thus, if you know of family members who have suffered or are suffering from uterine or colon cancer, it is a good idea to undergo genetic testing.
- Broccoli - A super food: Some foods can also help strengthen the immune system and reduce the risk of uterine cancer. Broccoli is one such vegetable. This is known as a super food that can prevent cancer. The best way to eat broccoli is by steaming it. This has the higher amounts of glucosinolate as compared to fried or boiled broccoli. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an Oncologist.