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Dr. Sanath Kumar

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Dr. Sanath Kumar is a renowned Gynaecologist in Yousufguda, Hyderabad. He is currently practising at Fehmicare Hospital in Yousufguda, Hyderabad. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Sanath Kumar on Lybrate.com.

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This Holi Let's Paint The Town Red While Keeping Yourself Safe

Diploma In Allergy & Clinical Immunology, MBBS, MD - Paediatrics, M.Med - Family Medicine
Allergist/Immunologist, Kochi
This Holi Let's Paint The Town Red While Keeping Yourself Safe

It's the month of Phagun again and time to prepare for the most colourful and vibrant festival of India - Holi. As the festive cheer spreads and people get ready to paint the town red with colours, dance to rocking beats at Holi bashes, and gorge on Gujiya and Thandaai, it’s good to remember that you need to play it safely and naturally. The biggest reason for this is the synthetic agents, which are used to make the colours of Holi. What used to be a festival played with flowers, natural dyes and herbs have now transformed into a celebration of colours made from chemicals that are harmful for our body.

Apart from the allergies to the skin, there is also the risk of increased blood pressure after the Holi festivities due to the high intake of bhaang, the official Holi drink. To avoid the harmful effects of such materials used during the festival, here are some must-follow health tips for you.

Tips to care for your skin

  1. Use organic colours: Skin is the most sensitive body part and synthetic colours are a big no-no for it, as they can lead to rashes and other skin allergies. Therefore, it is advisable that you opt for organic colours, considering they are not only chemical free but are made from natural ingredients. Organic colours are safe for children too, as they are softer on the skin and easy to wash off. It is crucial that you protect kids from synthetic colours as they contain lead oxide, mercury sulphide and aluminium bromide, chemicals which not only damage the skin but can also cause various health issues.
  2. Skin and sun protection: To avoid any kind of damage to the skin from colours, apply a good amount of Vaseline, any other petroleum jelly or mustard oil to your skin. You can also apply this to your child’s skin as it is completely safe for their sensitive skin. When playing outdoors, opt for a waterproof sunscreen to protect your skin against sun damage.
  3. Choose the right clothes: Wear long pants and full-sleeved shirts. This will help you stay safe from the harmful effects of colours. 

Tips to care for your hair

  1. Oil your hair: You can apply a generous amount of oil to your hair, this will not only moisturize your hair but also safeguard the scalp and hair from the chemicals in the colours.
  2. Cover your hair: Tie a ponytail and cover your hair with a shower cap to prevent your hair from dreadful damage. For a trendy look, you can also tie a bandana over your hair and safeguard them at the same time. 

Tips to care for your eyes

  1. Wear sunglasses: Synthetic or organic, colours can be harsh on your eyes. You can protect your eyes by wearing sunglasses as they will help in preventing your eyes against any sort of damage. If your eyes come in contact with the colour, rinse them immediately to avoid infections. 
  2. Moisturize around the eyes: Applying a good cream around your eyes will shield them from getting the colour into your eyes.
  3. Avoid wearing contact lenses: You should refrain from wearing contact lenses while playing Holi. In case you cannot do without them, wear the eyeglasses. 
  4. Use rose water: Rose water is known for its antiseptic and antibacterial properties and can do a great job in removing colour from the eyes. It can also be used to reduce irritation cause by the chemicals present in the colours.

Other health tips

  1. Stay hydrated: Drink plenty of water before, during and after the festivities. Staying hydrated will not only keep you energetic but will also prevent your skin against the absorption of harmful chemicals. Drinking fluids will also ensure that all the toxins are flushed out of the body. 
  2. Check your sweets for purity: Adulteration is at all-time high during the festive season. Therefore, make sure you buy your sweets from a reputed brand. In case, you are preparing your own sweets, buy your ingredients from a reputed shop, especially in case of products like khoya or if you can you even make that at home.
  3. Keep your hands clean: Keeping your hands clean during the festivities can be a daunting task but since the colours used during Holi come as a fine powder and can easily get mixed with food, they can lead to different health problems. Make arrangements for snacks and drinks away from the festivity area. Make sure you wash your hands every time you touch the food.
  4. Preventing asthma attacks: If you are an asthmatic patient, you must avoid playing with dry colours as they can aggravate breathing problems. The particles can enter your lungs and trigger an asthma attack. Asthmatic patients are also advised to carry inhalers, in order to avoid complications.

Apart from the above mentioned problems, these synthetic colors can also cause health problems like nausea, headache and vomiting in many people. Follow these tips and enjoy the festival to the fullest, while steering clear of all the harmful effects. So, forget all your worries and storm in the riot of colours. Be safe and be healthy! Have a great Holi!

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Hello Respected Doctors. I am 46 years old and my wife age 30. We have 2 son 8 years and 3 years age. SO now we not want any more child. For birth control some months my wife use ocp or some months I use condoms. So I want to know permanent birth control method. Please help. Thank You.

DNB, Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Hello Respected Doctors. I am 46 years old and my wife age 30. We have 2 son 8 years and 3 years age. SO now we not w...
Your wife can use Cu-T 380Ag as she is young. It's very safe and lasts 10 years without any hormonal side effects. It is long term and easily reversible method. Another very good option is male sterilization/no scalpel vasectomy. It is a simple day care procedure with no associated difficulties. You may discuss with your obstetrician what suits you best. Hope I could help you. Take care.
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Dear Sir, I am a 65 year old lady and suffering from osteoporosis and  I had undergone Kyphoplasty Surgery where cement was injected into my back bone. I could not get up on my own. I was shouting in pain due to the problem  and its slightly more than a year after the surgery and I am able to perform all activities except sitting down on the floor. I am using a chair to sit upon to pass my motion. I am used to sit in the Indian style latrine for motion and now sitting in the stool to pass motion is not making me comfortable to pass motion. I am unable to pass motion without allopathic laxative I am using allopathic laxative for the past 10 months to pass motion. The Laxative that I am using currently is GUDLAX-PLUS (Liquid paraffin, milk of magnesia, sodium picosulphate suspension) manufactured by Mankind pharma ltd. I am also taking pain killers and other allopathic medicines for my osteoporosis issue. I am afraid that the allopathic laxative will be harmful in the long run if I continue taking them. Kindly suggest me a ayurvedic laxative where by I will be able to pass motion sitting on the stool. I also have the issue of acidity, heartburn, gas formation. I am taking medicine for hypertension, high blood pressure. Also I cannot sit down on the floor, can you suggest some method by which I will be able to sit on the floor and get up on my own. Also my knee joint has become kind of stiff due to not folding and sitting for a long time after my surgery. Your suggestion for the same will be appreciated. Awaiting your reply, Regards,

Phd - Complementary & Alternative Medicine
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
Dear Sir,

I am a 65 year old lady and suffering from osteoporosis and  I had undergone Kyphoplasty Surgery where cem...
Some diet recommendation for you: 1.Avoid milk and milk products like curd, paneer,icecream, cheese etc. You can take fresh butter and ghee. 2.More intake of dietary fibers like salad veges, green leafy veges, ragi,bajra. 3.Take masoor dal with chhilka during night. It act as a natural laxative. 4.You can take aloe vera juice without added sugar for acidity. You can take our osteoporosis package. It will really help you.
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Every month I face late periods at least by a week? What would be the reason I am getting so late.

DGO, MD, MRCOG, CCST, Accredation in Colposcopy
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
Every month I face late periods at least by a week? What would be the reason I am getting so late.
Cycles can normally vary between 28-35 days. So this might be normal for you. However if it becomes more delayed please do tests to rule out polycystic ovarian disease.
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Actually she was suppose to get periods on 4 dec but she had sex with her hubby on 3 dec and till now shes not got her periods only a spotting was seen on 15 dec. Please advice is she pregnant.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
Actually she was suppose to get periods on 4 dec but she had sex with her hubby on 3 dec and till now shes not got he...
Hello, lease rule out pregnancy with a serum beta hcg test to be conclusive. If negative then she can opt for a progesterone withdrawal to resume menses.
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I am 22 years old young boy and wanna to ask something for my girlfriend. My question is on my girlfriend breast there is knob at top at on side and this is from last 8-10 months. Before 8-10 months there's nothing. So can you tell why this is and what is the reason behind this knob and what is the treatment of this. Tell me quick. I'm waiting.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), MD - Alternate Medicine, CFN
Sexologist, Karnal
You should show her to a gynecologist. She might recommend mammography and another test called FNAC if required.
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m 19 years ka hun.. mjhe kuch bhi thanda khane m gale m problem hoti h please help

MSc
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Hyderabad
m 19 years ka hun.. mjhe kuch bhi thanda khane m  gale m problem hoti h please help
A balanced diet is a diet that has sufficient amounts of all components of food like carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins & minerals with water. A healthy diet includes all these components of food without overloading oneself with just one component. Inclusion of dals, rice, milk, veggies, fruits & various oils in a balanced way will serve as a balanced diet.
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I have pain in my vagina yesterday I did sex so please it's to paining it's not for the first time but yesterday I think I got hurt inside.

MD - Homeopathy
Homeopath, Aurangabad
Arnica mon 200 take 1 drop 3 times x 7 day above is homeopathic medicine and available in homeopathic store also safe to take and no side effects for future management contacy me.
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I'm having some discharge in my vestibule area, on my inner lips it looks bruised with pain when I part my lips under my clit in the vestibule area there's discharge it also looks kinda raw bruised like I'm really worried.

DGO, MD, MRCOG, CCST, Accredation in Colposcopy
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
There is a possibility of infection. I would hence advice you see a gynaecologist to get a prescription of antibiotics.
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Drink Water to Cure Headache

MICOG, MS, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Drink Water to Cure Headache
Drink lots of water about 2-3litres daily. Any nausea, headache and mild gastritis will be taken care off!
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