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Dr. Krishi

MPTh/MPT

Neurologist, Hyderabad

16 Years Experience  ·  200 at clinic
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Dr. Krishi MPTh/MPT Neurologist, Hyderabad
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I want all my patients to be informed and knowledgeable about their health care, from treatment plans and services, to insurance coverage....more
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Dr. Krishi is a popular Neurologist in Nizampet, Hyderabad. Doctor has been a practicing Neurologist for 16 years. Doctor is a MPTh/MPT . Doctor is currently associated with Varsha Physiotherapy Clinic in Nizampet, Hyderabad. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Krishi on Lybrate.com.

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MPTh/MPT - MNR Medical College, Sangareddy, - 2002
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English

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Ground Floor, Teja Nilayam, Nizampet. Landmark: Besides Vijetha Super Market, HyderabadHyderabad Get Directions
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I have sleep paralysis. Is it ok to have it or should I start to take cure of it.

PDDM, MHA, MBBS
General Physician, Nashik
Sleep paralysis is more common in people who are sleep deprived, so getting enough sleep may help to reduce the number of episodes of sleep paralysis you have. Most adults need six to eight hours of good quality sleep each night. Keeping to a regular sleeping schedule, where you go to bed at roughly the same time each night and get up at the same time each morning, can also help. Tips for improving your sleeping habits include: creating a restful sleeping environment that's quiet, dark and not too hot or cold ensuring your bed is comfortable exercising regularly (but not too close to bedtime) cutting down on caffeine not eating or drinking alcohol before bedtime giving up smoking (if you smoke) because nicotine is a stimulant.
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I want to know have seizure disorder & I am taking fresh m10 mg & levipil 250 mg & eptoin 100 mg I am taking right medicine or not I have serious seizure disorder since 2008.

Dhondumama Sathe Homoeopathy Medical College, CCPH, SCPH
Homeopath, Bangalore
Seizers can be cured permanently with Homoeoapthy. You can visit some classical Homoeoapthy practitioner nearby. With the help of constitutional Homoeoapthy medicine you will get permanent cure & you don't need to be dependent on English Medicines. The medicines you are taking are right but keep on visiting your doctor for medicines. Don't take medicines by yourself.
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Severe Headache - Can it Be Migraine?

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine Specialist, Faridabad
Severe Headache - Can it Be Migraine?

One of the most debilitating conditions that anyone can experience is migraine. They can severely limit you by affecting your personal and professional life as you are in constant pain. Migraine can manifest in a type of headache with intense pain, an acute sensitivity to light, nausea and vomiting. Often described as a severe throbbing pain in the head, it may stop you from completing regular daily tasks and may delay or postpone your work.

How can migraines be treated?
The exact cause for these debilitating migraine pain hasn't been pointed out yet, but certain triggers such as stress, hormonal changes in the menstrual cycle, sun exposure, bright or flashing lights, among many others have been identified. The first line of defense for you would be to understand and identify what your triggers are. Once that is done, you can try and avoid them. If these still trigger a migraine or are about to trigger one, you can immediately take medications or steps to control it or at least lessen the pain to go through your day. Some of the options you can employ to this effect are mentioned below.

  1. Medications to prevent a migraine attack: The medications mentioned here are specialized treatments and can only be taken after a consultation with a doctor. If you are deemed as a candidate for preventative medication for migraines, then either one or a combination of drugs from the following may be prescribed to you.
    • Valproate and Topiramate are anti-seizure medications which can be used to prevent migraines.
    • Propranolol, a type of beta blocker and used for cardio vascular problems, has proven to be very effective in preventing migraines.
    • Onabotulinumtoxin A or a type of Botox, has shown a lot of promise in preventing migraines and is being slowly rolled out as a proper drug as a treatment option.
    • Certain antidepressants have also shown to be quite effective in reducing the symptoms of migraines as well.
  2. Medications to relieve pain: Some of the go to medications that help relieve your pain from migraine are mentioned below. Although some of them are OTC (over the counter) drugs, it is best advised that you consult with your doctor for medications which suit you better. The side effects of these medications can be bad and thus, it is not advised to continue them in the long run and to find other means to control pain from migraines. Some of the medications to relieve pain temporarily are:
    • Triptan is a drug used to treat severe migraines
    • Caffeine along with Ergotamine can also help dull the pain and deal with it.
    • Ibuprofen and aspirin and Acetaminophen are common pain killers that you can use
    • Codeine, which contains opioids are also used to treat this problem.
    • Metoclopramide and chlorpromazine are two examples of anti-nausea medications as vomiting along with nausea may frequently accompany your migraine.

Always remember that these medications can have strong side effects if not taken properly, therefore do not just pop a pill, consult your physician first and know which one should you take and how frequently. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can ask a free question.

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I'm 47 year old female, who suffers from migraine frequently. Can I take headset in that condition because no other table gives me relief.I am I addicted to headset? Is is dangerous to take 2 or 3 times in a month?

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Pune
Homoeopathy is wonderful in treating such chronic, repetitive complaints. It builds up immunity and restores health of an individual. For medicine consult online in private with detailed account of your complaints and reports. 1. Drink plenty of fluids. 2. Cover up before going out in the sun. 3. Sleep for at least 7 hours. 4. Meditation. 5. Avoid loud music. 6. Don't drink extremely cold drinks. For medication consult online in private.
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Sir I am 19 male and I am feeling clanking in my hand and feet since 1 month. I tested my blood but there was only lack of k (potassium) please help me.

BHMS
Homeopath, Noida
Sir I am 19 male and I am feeling clanking in my hand and feet since 1 month. I tested my blood but there was only la...
Take these foods as they r rich in K Bananas, oranges, can notaloupe, honeydew, apricots, grapefruit (some dried fruits, such as prunes, raisins, and dates, are also high in potassium) Cooked spinach. Cooked broccoli. Potatoes. Sweet potatoes. Mushrooms. Peas. Cucumbers.

I have a problem with head ach and its symptoms are the pain is coming after my bath when I take head bath after bath head ach is coming and its paining very much what is the problem is there any chance to came migraine it's my doubt please help me abt this problem.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
I have a problem with head ach and its symptoms are the pain is coming after my bath when I take head bath after bath...
Migrane- It is characterised by one sided headache which is pulsatile in nature and with a throbbing pain usually with an aura and your headache seems to be due to sinusitis
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I having feet numbness and calf pain in my right and leg and also have lower back pain, when I stand long my knee and calf area having churning.

M.Ch - Neuro Surgery
Neurosurgeon, Gandhidham
I having feet numbness and calf pain in my right and leg and also have lower back pain, when I stand long my knee and...
Get yourself checked by a neuro surgeon. Then if required get MRI done. But before that a doctor needs to see to look for the problem and probable cause.
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