Common Specialities
{{speciality.keyWord}}
Common Issues
{{issue.keyWord}}
Common Treatments
{{treatment.keyWord}}
Call Doctor
Book Appointment

Dr. Srinivasa S R R Y

Psychiatrist, Hyderabad

300 at clinic
Book Appointment
Call Doctor
Dr. Srinivasa S R R Y Psychiatrist, Hyderabad
300 at clinic
Book Appointment
Call Doctor
Submit Feedback
Report Issue
Get Help
Services
Feed

Personal Statement

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
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 about Dr. Srinivasa S R R Y
Dr. Srinivasa S R R Y is one of the best Psychiatrists in Narayanguda, Hyderabad. You can meet Dr. Srinivasa S R R Y personally at Sri Venkateswara Nursing Home in Narayanguda, Hyderabad. Book an appointment online with Dr. Srinivasa S R R Y on Lybrate.com.

Lybrate.com has a nexus of the most experienced Psychiatrists in India. You will find Psychiatrists with more than 34 years of experience on Lybrate.com. Find the best Psychiatrists online in Hyderabad. View the profile of medical specialists and their reviews from other patients to make an informed decision.

Info

Specialty
Languages spoken
English

Location

Book Clinic Appointment with Dr. Srinivasa S R R Y

Sri Venkateswara Nursing Home

#3-5-1093/20/C, 24, Venkateshwara Colony,Narayanaguda. Landmark: Near Narayanaguda YMCA & Opposite Ipm Blood Bank, HyderabadHyderabad Get Directions
300 at clinic
...more
View All

Services

View All Services

Submit Feedback

Submit a review for Dr. Srinivasa S R R Y

Your feedback matters!
Write a Review

Feed

Nothing posted by this doctor yet. Here are some posts by similar doctors.

Please suggest Does stress cause neck pain? I have consulted many doc they are saying due to stress .is it possible sir? please guide me.

Reparenting Technique, BA, BEd
Psychologist, Bangalore
Please suggest Does stress cause neck pain? I have consulted many doc they are saying due to stress .is it possible s...
Yes, it is possible to get neck pain because of stress. In fact various people may strain other parts of the body to combat stress by converting it into a psychosomatic condition. The neck is often times where people tend to hold tension and when the muscles around he neck and shoulder get taut it can lead to strain and even bone displacement to cause a lot of pain and discomfort. You can deal with it by talking about yoru emotions, by doing some neck exercises, hot water fermentation, massages, and neck stretching. The best is to identify the feeling that is causing this tension and expressing it in an appropriate manner. You could even try acupuncture/acupressure too. Yoga exercises will help too.
1 person found this helpful
Submit FeedbackFeedback

I am 19 years old and I have a stammering problem from my childhood its create lots of problem for me. I use lots of methods and medicine but all methods and medicine not beneficial for me please suggest me some perfect medicine for stammering . Or suggest me is there any requirement for speech therapy and I am not always stammering , I am stammering only special alphabet like as S ,P, T , please contact me as soon as possible.

Masters in Audiology And Speech Language Pthology, Bachelor of Audiology & Speech Language Pathology (B.A.S.L.P)
Speech Therapist, Bangalore
Hi, you need to consult a speech language pathologist (slp) also called as speech therapist who would do an informal and formal tests to identify your problem and diagnose your condition and also help you in treating your speech problem with an appropriate plan. Stammering does not have any medicinal cure but you can also speak better with therapy by a certified speech therapist. There is no allopathic remedy for this.
Submit FeedbackFeedback

Hi, I am a 60 years old male, single by choice, reasonably well settled with an adopted foster son and his wife living with me. Both of them working. I am retired. Except for the practical financial arrangements nothing ie well. With different mind sets and exposures, there is frequent arguments and conflicts at home. Fed up by all this, the only option I have is to live alone, which I don't want to, considering the hazards of living alone as a senior citizen in Delhi. I become indignant and there are angry outbursts. A " no exit" situation ensues and I have to fret, fume and boil which everyone is getting used to, having there own ways thus I am left with a " helpless" feeling. Please advise, Thanks.

Masters in Clinical Psychology & Certified Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Practioner, Certified Neuro linguistic programming Practioner, Masters in Clinical Psychology, Post Graduate Diploma in Child and ADolescent Counselling
Psychologist, Pune
Hi, I am a 60 years old male, single by choice, reasonably well settled with an adopted foster son and his wife livin...
Considering, that through out your life, you have been independent. You can always choose to do it in future too. You have been kind enough to shelter them in your house. Try explaining them your views and if it doesn't work remember you are always in charge of your decision. For the time being try anger management skills so that it doesn't have adverse effect on your health.
Submit FeedbackFeedback

Gud Evng sir, actually I want to quit smoke. I'm preparing for sub inspector job. Give me good suggestion for quitting smoking. Tq.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
Only by using strong will power and avoiding all situations where you feel like smoking, chewing tobacco or drinking or using drugs avoiding friends who smoke and diverting mind by reading or chewing a gum, like NICORETTE and taking a walk when you crave for a smoke can all help. You can chew Nicorette gum which is nicotine replacement. There are medicines available. Which can be prescribed if asked personally Cigarette smoking is a leading preventable cause of mortality. It kills more than 60 lakh people worldwide every year. More than 50% of regular smokers would invariably die from tobacco-related illnesses which includes heart attack, cancer or asthmatic lung diseases. Best age to stop smoking is before 40 31st May is “World No Tobacco Day” Quitting smoking before the age of 40 is associated with larger decline in premature death than stopping it at a later date. Best age therefore to stop smoking is before 40. However, stopping smoking even after the age of 50 is still associated with lower risk of death as compared to those who continue to smoke. Even in smokers aged 80 years or more, quitting smoking appears to reduce some mortality.
1 person found this helpful
Submit FeedbackFeedback

Sir I have a loose motion problem after food. I have to go 3 to 4 times a day. I am a hostel student n you know about hostel food. Is smoking cause of it. Is this ibs n metrogyl medicine is helpful for this.

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Chennai
Sir I have a loose motion problem after food.
I have to go 3 to 4 times a day.
I am a hostel student n you know about...
The food handlers in your hostel or the kitchen might be contaminated. Take food samples and get the food handlers treated for Amoebiasis, or any other infection. make the kitchen hygienic . You also get your stool samples and immunity checked for recurrent diarrhoea
Submit FeedbackFeedback

Feels weak loss of energy and stressed when work for long hrs. No interest in sex.

MD Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Ahmedabad
Feels weak loss of energy and stressed when work for long hrs. No interest in sex.
We often blame low libido to stress. Yes it is a very common cause, but in this mode of thinking, we might be missing some organic biological medical cause of what is now termed as erectile dysfunction. You need to undergo a series of blood tests and physical evaluation to rule out any definate cause of your'weakness" please shed your inhibitions and go to a urologist or a sexologist (qualified) and I am sure your days (and nights!) will be better.
Submit FeedbackFeedback

I am CA Final Student, cannot concentrate on my studies specially theory subjects, what to do to improve concentration & interests in subjects? Even sometimes I doubt myself whether I can clear the exam or not? please advice.

Reparenting Technique, BA, BEd
Psychologist, Bangalore
This is a very tough exam and I m not surprised that all kinds of doubts can enter your mind. It would help to do group studies with with one more person or a small group of interested individuals. You may also try to make short notes of the theory subjects to study easily. You can follow these simple rules to improve your concentration: Have a good night?s sleep, have a good breakfast of more proteins, meditate often, remain free of stress, eat a lot of fiber, nuts, avocado, exercise regularly, eat dark chocolate, do Yoga meditation exercises (in fact Yoga has some good exercises for focus and concentration like looking at your thumb and at candle light), etc. You need to check out if you are stronger visual or auditory. The visual is a better mode than the auditory. However, if you combine the two modes, you will get the best concentration. Have a special place of learning, which should be well lit, with soft painted walls, well-ventilated, with no distractions. When you get bored, study by writing. Afternoons are a bad time to do study by reading. If you repeat learning at least five to seven times, you will apparently remember for a longer time. Sit comfortably but do not slouch. The reading material should be of a fairly large print. Study at small intervals of about 40 minutes and then take a break or change the subject. In a calm disposition concentration is much better and you will be able to study better. You may need to make notes and reduce the quantity of material to be studied and that will make it easier. Today the syllabi is very heavy and so it is difficult but you must find ways of giving more important topics more of your time and attention and that way you will prioritize y
4 people found this helpful
Submit FeedbackFeedback

My wife is 60 yrs old always in the stage that no one her own is asking her" how she is" She has always a complaint with me that I never talks her and treat her a servant only. She wants that I should always do what she want without any question. Whenever She find a fault, I should accept without explaining the situation. What should I do to keep her out from the situation.

MD - Psychiatry, MBBS
Psychiatrist, Patna
Dear if this is a recent change of her behaviour then it may be some hormonal issues or recent change in family dynamics. If it is going on since last many years then it is her personality. In first case hormonal issues can be addressed and stressing change in family can be taken care of. But if it is a personality issue then it will be a tough task to change her nature. You may lovingly tell her that you love her a lot, and in anger her behaviour is undesirable. You tell her that you want her to become more lovable by considering others emotions and feelings.
1 person found this helpful
Submit FeedbackFeedback

Tell me if I have OCD?

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Mumbai
Tell me if I have OCD?
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is an anxiety disorder that affects about 2 to 3% of the population. People with OCD experience both obsessions and compulsions.

Obsessions are unwanted and disturbing thoughts, images, or impulses that suddenly pop into the mind and cause a great deal of anxiety or distress.

Compulsions are deliberate behaviours (e.g. washing, checking, ordering) or mental acts (e.g. praying, counting, repeating phrases) that are carried out to reduce the anxiety caused by the obsessions.

What do “Obsessions” Look Like?
There are many different types of obsessions, and many people with OCD will have more than one type of obsession. Some examples of common obsessions are:

Fear of contamination
This obsession involves a fear of coming into contact with germs, getting sick, or making others sick, from touching “dirty” or “contaminated” items, sticky substances, or chemicals. For example, “I will be contaminated by germs if I pick up this pen off the floor”, or “I can be poisoned by lead if I come into contact with paint.”

Thoughts of doubt

This obsession involves constant doubt about whether you’ve done something wrong or made a mistake. For example, “Did I turn off the stove?”, “I think I made a spelling error on the email I just sent.”, “I think I threw away something important”, or “I might not have answered that question clearly and precisely enough.”‘ Did i drop something”

Fear of accidentally harming self or others:

Adults with these obsessions are afraid of harming themselves or others through carelessness. For example, “If I don’t make sure that the door is locked at night, the apartment might get broken into and I might be robbed and murdered”, “If I don’t immediately change out of my work clothes and wash them with bleach, I might bring outside germs home and cause my whole family to be sick.”

Need for symmetry/exactness:

Adults with this obsession feel a need to have objects placed in a certain order or position, or tasks or events to be completed in a set way. For example, “I need to sort all my clothes by colour and have them face the same direction. Otherwise, it just does not feel right!”; “I just scratched my right arm twice and now I need to balance it out by scratching my left arm twice.” David Beckham is said to arrange his bottles in the refrigerator in order of height.

Repugnant obsessions:

Repugnant means disgusting. These kinds of obsessions include unwanted thoughts, images, or impulses of doing something horrible to a loved one (e.g., throwing your baby off a balcony, kicking your elderly grandmother; jumping off a bridge); sexual obsessions (e.g., thoughts of touching someone sexually against his/her will, images of molesting one’s baby, doubts about one’s sexuality); and obsessions that violate religious beliefs (e.g., swearing in temple/church, images of having sex with a god). Repugnant obsessions can also take the form of doubts, for example, “Did I run over someone without realizing?”, “Did I become sexually aroused while bathing my baby?”,These kinds of obsessions are particularly unwanted and people with them would never want to act on them. Having them DOES NOT mean you are crazy, dangerous, or evil deep down inside!



What do “Compulsions” Look Like?

Some examples of common compulsions are:



Washing/cleaning compulsions:

o Washing hands excessively

o Rituals and rules for cleaning the bathroom or kitchen, washing laundry, etc.
o Grooming/teeth brushing rituals (for example, brushing your teeth in a particular order)
o Showering rituals (such as washing a specific part of the body first)

Checking compulsions:

These behaviours are performed in an attempt to stop something bad from happening. However, repeated checking often makes people feel even less sure that they have successfully prevented the bad event from happening. Some examples include:
o Checking to make sure doors are locked, stoves are turned off, electrical outlets are unplugged, etc.
o Checking to make sure everyone is okay and not harmed. For example, calling family members repeatedly to “check” if they are safe.
o Checking to make sure that you haven’t made any mistakes. For example, re-reading emails over and over to “check” for spelling/grammar mistakes or visually checking the environment to make sure that you have not left anything important behind.

Ordering/arranging compulsions:

This category of compulsion involves arranging items in specific ways, such as clothes, books, shoes, etc. For example, you might line up all the clothes in the closet so that they are arranged according to colour, with all the hangers facing in the same direction. Adults with this compulsion will sometimes arrange things until it “feels right”. Some will do it to prevent bad things from happening; for example, “If I don’t arrange all the books and magazines in the house so that they face east, then someone in my family will die.”

Mental rituals:

These are compulsions that are performed in your head. For example, you might mentally repeat a prayer whenever you have thoughts about something bad happening, or you might replace a “bad” thought (e.g., mom dying) with a “good” one (e.g., mom smiling and in good health).
Need to ask or confess.
Some adults with OCD are afraid that they have done or thought something “bad”, and therefore feel a strong urge to confess all of their thoughts to friends or family (for example, telling a loved one that “I just had a thought about pushing someone into the street”). Most people who feel the need to confess will also seek repeated reassurance that everything is okay (for example, asking a loved one, “Do you still love me even though I had a bad thought?”).

Hoarding:

Some adults with OCD have a very hard time throwing away things that seem to others useless or of limited value. Hoarding can lead to excessive clutter in the home and interfere with daily life. For example, some people are not able to throw away any receipts, financial documents, or old newspapers.



How do I know if I have OCD?

Everyone has thoughts that are upsetting or do not make a lot of sense from time to time; this is normal. Just having an unpleasant thought does not mean you have obsessions. Similarly, it is not uncommon for people to repeat certain actions, such as double-checking whether the door is locked. However, these behaviours are not always compulsions.



When is it an obsession?

1. Obsessions occur frequently, even when you try very hard not to have them. People with OCD often say that their obsessions are intrusive and out of control.

2. Obsessions are time consuming. People with OCD spend at least one hour a day thinking about their obsessions.

3. Obsessions cause a lot of anxiety or distress and interfere with life.

4. Obsessions often lead to compulsions. People who have normal unwanted thoughts will not engage in compulsive or ritualistic behaviours to “fix” or “undo” the obsession.



When is it a compulsion?

1. Compulsions are related to obsessions. For example, if you have obsessions about being contaminated by germs, you will compulsively wash your hands to reduce the fear of being contaminated by touching something “dirty”.

2. Compulsions are repetitive. They are often done repeatedly and in an excessive and very specific way (e.g., washing each finger carefully, using only hot water). If the compulsions are not performed “correctly” or are interrupted, you might need to perform the entire compulsion again. Once is never enough!

3. Compulsions are also time consuming. People with OCD often spend at least one hour a day carrying out their compulsions.

4. Compulsions are deliberate. Although people with OCD describe their obsessions as being unwanted thoughts that “pop” into their heads uninvited, compulsions are carried out deliberately, because compulsions reduce anxiety in the short-term. While obsessions cause anxiety, performing a compulsion reduces that anxiety. For example, if you have an obsession about being contaminated by germs, you will probably feel anxious. However, if you then start compulsively washing your hands, your anxiety will probably diminish.

5. Compulsions cause a lot of anxiety in the long-run. Although people with OCD perform compulsions to “deal with” their obsessions, they often find that they become “slaves” to their compulsions. That is, they need to carry out the compulsions so often that they feel that they have no control over them.



In summary, you have OCD if:

A. You spend a lot of time thinking about (or avoiding) your obsessions and/or performing your compulsions.

B. You feel quite anxious or nervous most of the time.

C. Your daily life is significantly affected by it. For example, your OCD might cause you to take hours to do a small task (e.g., writing a casual email), get in the way of spending time with your family and friends, or prevent you from meeting work deadlines or even getting out of the house
29 people found this helpful

Hello Doctor, I am 27 years old male. I don't drink or smoke. I have very addiction of masturbation. I usually masturbate 3-4 times a day and around 25-30 times a week. I am masturbating since 2005, but now I feel so much exhausted. These days, When I go to bed at night, I start masturbating 2-3 times and then I start feeling so much exhausted, I feel so much anxious and stress in my body that I am unable to even stand. I feel so numb and very difficult to breathe. It feels like panic attack. I feel so bad. I am even unable to get healthy sleep. When I try to sleep I feel so anxious, stressed and panic and then suddenly I woke up. Sometime I am unable to sleep whole night. I am trying to get rid of this habit, but it is so hard to do. Please suggest me way to get rid of this habit and I need to recover from all the negative effects that happened to my body because of this masturbation. Please suggest me everything that is required for me at this stage. Any medicine, any precaution, habits, food. Please help me, I am in very bad condition and I am ready to do whatever it takes to get rid of this. Waiting for your reply. Thanks.

B H M S, MD
Homeopath, Thrissur
Hello Doctor, I am 27 years old male. I don't drink or smoke. I have very addiction of masturbation. I usually mastur...
Masturbation is not bad but when you get addicted its bad. Its a tendency seen in some individuals which has to be eradicated with exact homoeopathic medicine after going for a consultation. We are having good medicines to get away from this habit
1 person found this helpful
Submit FeedbackFeedback
View All Feed

Near By Doctors

92%
(390 ratings)

Dr. Krishna Murthy

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist
Hegde Hospital, 
300 at clinic
Book Appointment
85%
(10 ratings)

Dr. Raghuveer Raju Boosa

MBBS, MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist
Archana Hospital, 
300 at clinic
Book Appointment