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Dr. Murali Mohan

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Cardiologist, Hyderabad

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My experience is coupled with genuine concern for my patients. All of my staff is dedicated to your comfort and prompt attention as well....more
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Dr. Murali Mohan is an experienced Cardiologist in Hyderguda, Hyderabad. He has completed MBBS . You can visit him at Usha Mohan Hospitals in Hyderguda, Hyderabad. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Murali Mohan on Lybrate.com.

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Usha Mohan Hospitals

3-4-181/1, Pillar No 143, Hyderguda X Road, Hyderguda. Landmark: Opposite Rta Office, HyderabadHyderabad Get Directions
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Usha Mohan Hospitals

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My self Dhaval trivedi age is 31 I'm suffering from high BP since July I take medicine regularly but it's not controller my BP range is 170/110 what should I do? I consulted two MD doctors in my area.

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My self Dhaval trivedi age is 31 I'm suffering from high BP since July I take medicine regularly but it's not control...
Please ask doctor's to change medication. Make changes in your lifestyle to monitor your BP in the most natural way. Remember, increased BP is an un-natural occurrence. Only when our lifestyle is disturbed and we do incorrect things, the BP goes out of control. Medicines keep BP in check, but do not bring it to normal. Ideally, regulate Diet, exercise, mind control, proper hydration, rest and timely sleep and food These will surely help. Have a healthy diwali.
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Hi, My mother she is 45 year old. Her blood pressure goes too down. Like its 50-85 now. What we can do? And why it is happening?

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Homeopath, Pune
Low blood pressure has been associated with increased mortality in older people, but it is unclear whether the hypotension is a risk in its own right or just a marker of disease. Hypotension in old age is only partially explained by established cardiovascular disease and frailty. Get a 2 D echo done. If asymptomatic and all physical examination is normal nothing more to be done. If symptomatic or any abnormalities in examination or tests consult online in private for medication.
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Hi I decreased my intake of sugar and salt, due to that fact I feel dizzy sometimes why this happens is it lower the blood pressure or something else?

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Hi I decreased my intake of sugar and salt, due to that fact I feel dizzy sometimes why this happens is it lower the ...
lybrate-user, Canyou clarify what you mean by" I decreased intake of sugar & salt" Because if you talk only added sugar or sweets that one eats contains GLUCOSE, then it is wrong. All the food that we consume like wheat flour, jowar flour, bajra flour, rice, potato, bananas, bread, pastries other bakery items etc everything get converted to GLUCOSE in the body after digestion. Secondly actual salt intake should not exceed 2 to 3 grams a day. But every food preparation made at home, processed marketed or packaged food contains a large quantity of Sodium Chloride (table salt). Therefore, one can hardly reduce the intake unless there is very strict diet control with severe calorie restriction. Plus by reducing salt intake blood pressure does not go down. By salt restriction rise in pressure can be reduced. Thanks.
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I have a son who is just born and 20 days old. I have heard about which milk so I want to ask that is it compulsory to remove milk from her chest? As our grandmother says it is necessary to remove other which he will develop breast. So I wanted to know it is compulsory to remove from baby boy?

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I have a son who is just born and 20 days old. I have heard about which milk so I want to ask that is it compulsory t...
Hello, Pleasedo not do anything to a his chest.He is biologically a boy and is born with male hormones.It is just a myth and the process is very painful for such a small kid.Ignore such advices.
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In a fever, can we bath with a cold water? chest pain is a most harmful to our body?

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In a fever, can we bath with a cold water? chest pain is a most harmful to our body?
Hello lybrate-user, never bath with cold water when you have fever. If you are running high fever, then you can even avoid taking the bath altogether.
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I feel shivering when I talk with any person and my heart beat get high and when I talk with person for long time then I have to give pressure in my mind to understand. what should i do?

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I feel shivering when I talk with any person and my heart beat get high and when I talk with person for long time the...
Dear lybrate user, you are stressed out and you know that you are stressed out. The problem is that stress becomes more and more difficult to manage when we start accepting that particular situations and activities will bring back the stress in us. In your case it is talking with another person. So you know that when you talk to somebody you will have shivering and high heart rate and since you have already observed this thing about yourself-this has become a recurring phenomenon in your life. First of all dissociate yourself with this fact by again in again repeating this activity and situation. Don't avoid talking with people. In fact make it a habit to talk to as many people as possible. You will have initial difficulty but as and when you continue giving yourself the same situation the difficulty in managing that situation will keep on fading and one day it will completely vanish. This is the best way that you can manage and conquer your fears. Regards
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My father is taking tab. aspirin 75 MG.+ atorvastatin 20 MG. Since 1 year Kindly tell the more serious side effects of this drug. This drug was started due to some heart problem.

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My father is taking tab. aspirin 75 MG.+ atorvastatin 20 MG. Since 1 year Kindly tell the more serious side effects o...
Aspirin is a blood thinner for heart patients, it can lead to acidity , ulcers in stomach and tendency to bleed more from any site like minor cuts and bruises , 2nd medicine is a Statin and new studies are showing it to be toxic to liver , leads to dementia and some doctors are giving twice a week to Reduce cholesterol , Some doctors advice people to reduce cholesterol through diet instead of medicines
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