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Hello Doctor, My age is just 26 years and my weight is 128 I am struggling lot in my daily life. I can't reduce weight. I tried all diet and I can't go for walk as I already met with accident so. Fracture in femur. If I walk little I get pain and swelling in leg joints. I am planning to go for sleeve gastrectomy surgery. My family just lower middle class. We can't afford 2 lakh 3 lakh and all. I heard that sleeve gastrectomy surgery is doing in free of cost in aiims Delhi. Can you please give me some suggestions and procedures. Thank you.
I am loosing my hair quickly ibhad tried all shampoos but no effect yet. I am afraid of it so can you suggest me what can I do in these situation.
Sir I am doing m. Tech from IIT DHANBAD also called ISM DHANBAD,, after failed in first year I am feeling so depression and tension. Unable to concentrate on study,, feeling dizziness,, alone. Please suggest me any medicine and treatment for this and what I have to do in this situation??
Are you aware of dengue, a fever which is currently on the rise? Dengue is a painful fever, which is caused by one of the four dengue viruses. It is a mosquito borne disease. The virus which causes dengue is related to yellow fever causing virus. Dengue is also referred to as break bone fever. It is transmitted via the bite of an Aedes mosquito infected with dengue. This type of fever has no proper cure and hence, prevention is the best policy.
The symptoms of dengue start appearing four to six days after the infection. They include sudden, high fever, pain behind the eyes, fatigue, nausea, severe muscle and joint pain, skin rash, vomiting and mild bleeding in the nose or gums. In some cases, the symptoms are very mild and are commonly mistaken for another viral infection. Severe problems such as the dengue hemorrhagic fever may occur from the infection.
The juice from the leaves of carica papaya mixed with sucrose is given to a patient, which helps in increasing the count of platelets. This may lead to some movement.
- There is no vaccine, which immunizes dengue and the best way of prevention is to prevent yourself from getting bitten by infected mosquitoes, especially if you live in a tropical climate. The prevention tips include protecting yourself and making an effort to reduce the mosquito population. Here are some important prevention tips for dengue:
- Stay away from residential areas which are very heavily populated.
- Use mosquito repellents, even when you are at home.
- Wear long sleeved clothes and long pants when going out.
- Make sure that your windows and doors do not have holes in them. Use mosquito nets while sleeping, if you do not have an air conditioner.
- Get rid of places and areas where mosquitoes can breed in order to reduce their population. These may include cans, old tyres and areas where rain water gets collected.
- If someone at home gets dengue, you should make efforts to protect yourself and the rest of your family members. A mosquito, which bites an infected family member, may spread the infection to others as well.
In case you experience any symptom of dengue, it is important for you to consult a doctor immediately. He will be able to guide you with a proper diagnosis and treatment based on the latter. Consult an expert & get answers to your questions!
I am 56 years old male. I am suffering from diabates 2 type. What should I do? restrictons in food habit suggest.
Hi My periods are disturb since 2 and half years ago. At that time periods comes very early. The gap is about 10- 15 days. After that doc suggested me biopsy and in report there was little swelling and little bit infection. Then doc diogonose me with my one injection for about 8 months. After that swelling and infection was almost healed. But now problem is that my periods are not coming regularly and the quantity was very low few drops. And now last periods come on 18 nov 2014. I am very upset about that. Doc also prescribe me fifteen days course of conjugated estrogens tablet ( ten days) and one more for five days ( I don' t know the name ) some other tests reports says that its not a menopause and fertility rate is very low. Now doc suggested me depidra and one more medicine. What should I do give me your opinions. Is that any thing serious or not. One more thing before one month doc take the biopsy again for tuberculosis. The reports are all good. Every reports even blood tests are correct. Kindly give me your opinion.
Hello sir/madam I have the fat problem so please suggest me the best medicine or any other experience so I can control this problem thanks.
Can I use cytra skin cream for fairness. I already use lemon and carrotseed essential oil along with evion skin cream at night for glowing skin. My question is that how can I'll get the glowing skin please answer me.
I am 23 years, for me started stomach coming. Please tell me sir, how can I maintain my stomach properly. Please suggest me sir.
One should think logical and practically before jumping into unknown terrains. It's always better to know your body and it's nature as each individual is born with a unique identity (due to the role played by genetics).
The metabolic rate differs from person to person and so there cannot be a one plan that fits all regarding weight loss or weight gain.
Some important points to be noted.
Always check with your physician and see that you are fit to reduce or gain weight.
Infact it very important to confirm that you are overweight or underweight before you start anything!
See that you do not suffer from thyroid problems, diabetes or hypertension or any other illnesses.
Ensure that any change in lifestyle (including dieting and exercising) is comfortable for you and does not cause pain or discomfort.
There are no short cuts for success. It can be dangerous to use supplements or steroids, or even thinking of starvation or avoiding a particular nutrient in order to achieve fast results.
Use common-sense in taking important decisions. If some body promises miraculous changes without a scientific basis and that too in a short period if time, be aware! it can cause more damage than the promised benefits in the future.
Always stick to a balanced diet as the body requires all the nutrients.
Always include exercise whether it's weight loss or weight gain.
Always prefer natural ingredients over artificial ones.
Keep good hydration (your thirst should be the best indicator). When you are thirsty please drink plain and clean water and nothing else. An average of 8-10 glasses of water would be sufficient. If you are active and do workouts (exercise) then you can increase a few more glasses of water.
Avoid all junk food, fried food, very salty food, ready-made juices, sodas (cold drinks) tobacco and alcohol.
Eat freshly prepared food only. Have green salads, sprouts, whole grains (all types of grains), pulses, seeds, nuts, fruits and vegetables so that there is a good portion of all the nutrients in your diet.
Keep a track of your progress. Keep checking the vital parameters once in a week so that you are safe and healthy. And enjoy the process of transformation which should be slow and study. You should remember that it's not a competition with anybody but a conscious decision to stay fit and healthy which should make you happy and motivated.
I Am using hot shaper belt for belly fat reduction I dnt knw when to use and when not to use can you please tell me how not to use that belt.
Which food helps us to improve our complexion quickly? Which home remedies is best for getting fair and glowing skin quickly? please help me.
For e. G. I am loosing hair quickly and have tried all shampoos but no effect yet. I am not sure what else can I do. Can you please help me with this?
I am having pains in my elbow whenever I tried to do biceps workout such as dumbbell curling what should I do?
I am Male of 50 years and have leprosy during last 1 and half years. I am taking dapson 100mg tab once a day, hansepran-50 mg once a day. Hancepran-300 mg once in a month and rifampicine 600 mg once in a month during last one year. But inspire of that the size of lesson become bigger day by day. So would you like suggest any medicine which can prevent the further development or I will be cure?
Always my blood pressure is high even I take blood pressure tablet regularly. Please give the solution of this problem.
I want to know the time and price required for teeth plantation in both the fixed denture or removable denture.
Hello, I am Dr. Somasekhar Rao, gastroenterologist and hepatologist at the Apollo Hospitals, Jubilee Hill, Hyderabad. I would like to talk about cirrhosis of liver and its complications and how to manage those things. Basically cirrhosis of liver is nothing but the liver get shrunken and it becomes nodular and hard so the functions of the liver comes down. The functions which are there are 600 vital functions that a liver does normally in a human being and all these functions are compromised in a patient with cirrhosis.
Most important cause for cirrhosis is always alcohol and next comes viruses called hepatitis B and hepatitis C. The evolving most increasing cause no is nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. Fatty liver disease which we see on ultrasound can cause cirrhosis. Any patient in early cirrhosis may not present with any symptoms. The initial symptoms of decompensations would be:-
- There will be swelling in the fluid
- Swollen feet
- There will be distinction of abdomen because of accumulation of fluid in the abdominal cavity
- Patients may have jaundice.
- Sometimes they may present with a history of passing black color motion that means this patient is having bleeding in the gastrointestinal tract. It can be most common because of the swollen blood vessels called viruses in the esophagus.
So other presentations would be disorientation. Patient can have hepatic encephalopathy, the functions of the liver because the liver acts as a filter to many toxins. All these toxins enter into your brain and cause disorientation this is called hepatic encephalopathy.
So now we will talk about the treatment of cirrhosis. Whenever we see a patient with cirrhosis, most important thing is we will try and evaluate the cause of cirrhosis. See if the patient is a chronic alcoholic. We are taking a history of all college. The first thing is to cut down and stop intake of alcohol when the patient is in early cirrhosis. It can reverse the cirrhosis to normal liver. Most important and nutritional aspects along with some supportive medication but when a patient presents with complications already, then we will be treating only the complications. Once the cirrhosis sets in and he is in CTP. By the time. you see that the patient eventually progresses most of the time. We are trying to treat the complications of cirrhosis. Then a patient presents to us with bleeding then we will find out whether it is very variceal bleeding and there is a procedure called endoscopic variceal ligation to decrease the pressure of the varices blood pressure in the esophageal varices.
We have some medications which decrease the pressure. We treat these patients and we control the bleeding and a patient presents with fluid in the stomach abdominal cavity or fluid in the legs. These patients are treated with so called restricted diet. Also we give some tablets called diuretics which increase the urine output and decrease the fluid in the legs and in the abdominal cavity and a patient presents with hepatic encephalopathy. We treat hepatic encephalopathy by medications and we try to decrease the ammonia level which is released by cleansing the gut and all those things. So all these things are managing complications of cirrhosis. Very rarely we see a patient in early cirrhosis then we treat the host.
The cirrhosis can be reversible. It is very rare but eventually when we see a patient in complications, he would always be in a stage called CTPB where he will progress to CTBC. CTBC is the end stage of cirrhosis and at that point of time the patient is left only with option of liver transplant.
Liver transplantation is again transplantation. It can be a live donor transplantation or deceased donor transplantation. So Eventually when you see a patient in CTBC we have to plan for liver transplantation. In these patient he can wait maybe for 2 or 3 months meanwhile we will be managing for complications.