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Dr. Sudha Tripathi

Homeopath, Kolkata

500 at clinic
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Dr. Sudha Tripathi is a popular Homeopath in Hazra Road, Kolkata. She is currently associated with Dr. Sudhas Homoeopath in Hazra Road, Kolkata. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Sudha Tripathi on Lybrate.com.

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I am suffering eye sight since lat ten years hope to over come this what am I doing.

DOMS, MBBS
Ophthalmologist, Delhi
I am suffering eye sight since lat ten years hope to over come this what am I doing.
Get your refraction done and wear spectacles Eat green veggies. Carrots. Strain less your eyes. Relax your eyes in between work. Blink regularily if working for long time on computer. Lower the brightness of your screen. Work under adequately illuminated conditions. If needed wear corrective spectacles. These r few things you can take care of. Otherwise as such no options available which wd increases your eyesight.
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How to lose weight in simple ways? And I get rashes in my skin wht should I apply?

PG Diploma in Emergency Medicine Services (PGDEMS), Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), MD - Alternate Medicine
Ayurveda, Ghaziabad
How to lose weight in simple ways? And I get rashes in my skin wht should I apply?
Best way to reduce fat is exercise and diet control....take pranacharya medohar rasayn twice a day....medohar guggul 2-2 twice a day....and pranacharya slim capsule 1-1 twice a day...avoid junk food...oily food...fermented food..alcohol consumption..sugar....milk products and sweets....take oats and cereals more..and do pranayama early in the morning and walk for atleast 45 minutes a day...and do exercises....dont sleep immediately after taking meal...
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I use laptop a lot. these days my eyes are getting reddish frequently. can you give a solution to it ?

BHMS
Homeopath, Sindhudurg
Take homoeopathic treatment 100% cure ruta 30 4 pills tds calc flour 6x+ ferrum phos 6x tds for 8 days and reply back after 8 days. Need to do homoeopathic course for complete cure so for further assistance and treatment for permanent cure you can consult me privately.
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I have sex with my wife but no long time sex because I tired, when I started sex her felt pain and she didn't feel enjoy Please suggest for both of us.

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Homeopath, Raebareli
I have sex with my wife but no long time sex because I tired, when I started sex her felt pain and she didn't feel en...
Please note that following in respect to queries - I am providing you some tips to enjoy sex with your wife: Women are verbal creatures and our love of words extends to the bedroom. Unfortunately, most of what you may have heard guys say in porn is all wrong (Ask "Who's your daddy" and you just might get a slap across the face). What your partner does want to hear are phrases that let her know how turned on you are, how much you love her body, and how good you want to make her feel. And even more important than what you say is the way you say it—when she can hear the burning lust in your voice, her thighs pretty much catch on fire. The number one thing women want is for you to be more aggressive in bed. That means handling her body with strength and confidence, which can be insanely erotic for her. And it doesn't require a lot of work or advanced skills on your part. In fact, doing just one take-charge thing can spike her arousal level. A few to try: In missionary, take her wrists and hold them above her head, pinned to the mattress. When she's on top, hold her hips and push/pull them back and forth, so her clitoris grinds against your pubic bone. And when you want to change positions, don't do it slowly or politely—grab her and put her where you want her. A foreplay is a must to bring her to mood and then perform. Include carrots, fennel seeds, celery, bananas, garlic, onion, ginger, shellfish, lettuce etc. - Including these foods in your daily diet will ensure that you remain free from sexual problems. If she has any vaginal pain then use a lubricant/Vaseline/olive oil on penis before intercourse. However you need to be sure that she is wet all around before penetration. Please try the above and you will sure get results. Get back to me on this again if this does not gives you desire result
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I am having kidney stone of 1.5 cm dia, how to get rid of it.

Certified Diabetes Educator, Registered Dietitian (RD), PGDD, Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery (B.U.M.S), General Physician
Dietitian/Nutritionist,
I am having kidney stone of 1.5 cm dia, how to get rid of it.
Stones treatment depends on the types and size of stone, most kidney stones won't require invasive procedures. You may be able to pass a small stone by: drinking water. Drinking as much as 2 to 3 quarts (1.9 to 2.8 liters) a day may help flush out your urinary system. Unless doctor tells you otherwise, drink enough fluid mostly water to produce clear or nearly clear urine. Passing a small stone can cause some discomfort. To relieve mild pain, according to your medical history I may prescribe pain relievers. I am a doctor and renal (kidney) registered dietitian who will also prescribe a customized diet plan and medications to help pass your kidney stone quickly and with less pain. Do reply back for medication prescriptions. Being also a general physician and registered dietitian, I prescribe both evidence based herbal as well as allopathic medicines complementing with dietary guidelines and home remedies carefully personalized for each individual patient.
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I am a 19 years old male and I spend a lot time sleeping and feel sleepy all the time. What should I do?

MD - Pathology
General Physician, Amritsar
I am a 19 years old male and I spend a lot time sleeping and feel sleepy all the time. What should I do?
Drink plenty if water, at least 3 LTS in a day Eat fresh fruits Take at least three different types of vegetables in a day, particularly dark coloured ones Do some exercise Take smaller meals
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I'm a 23 year old female. I work night shifts. However, I'm sleeping a lot during the day, more than I should. That's making me gain weight. Please help.

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Ayurveda, Gulbarga
I'm a 23 year old female. I work night shifts. However, I'm sleeping a lot during the day, more than I should. That's...
So you avoid sweets and junk food completly avoid minimum 6-8hour sleep is needed and take lite foods and take more water and fruits that keeps you fresh.
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I have a pain in my knees can you suggest what type of food I can use to overcome this pain.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Faridabad
I have a pain in my knees can you suggest what type of food I can use to overcome this pain.
-increase intake of barley flour, horse gram (a type of bean), split green gram, honey, celery seeds, cumin seeds, dried ginger root powder, garlic, bitter gourd and castor oil. -avoid eating fish and milk together or milk and jaggery together. -avoid incompatible, heavy, and oily foods. -avoid an improper diet and lifestyle, such as waking up late in the night, suppressing natural urges of the body, and getting direct exposure to cold winds.
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I am suffering from diabetes last 6 months. I was examine at lab before and after post lunch traced 280. This is the high bur I asked with you sir, what type of foods to be taken and how to control the same.

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
Fiber should be at least 1.4 oz / day instead of 3 heavy meals, we should go for 4-5 small mid intervals replace bakery products and fast foods by simple whole cooked cereals, and don't eat carbohydrates 2 hours before bedtime consume fresh fruit and vegetables at least 5 exchange/ day.
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I am suffering from severe hairfall from last 1 year. My hairs have become very thin and I fear I may get bald soon. I am just 19 years of age. What should I do to strengthen my hairs. And should I apply oil everyday and with which soap or shampoo should I wash hairs everyday? Please help respected doctor.

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Acupressurist, Mumbai
I am suffering from severe hairfall from last 1 year. My hairs have become very thin and I fear I may get bald soon. ...
You should take acupressure therapy and take biochemic calc phos 12x+ kali phos 3x+kali mur 3x+ kali sulph 3x +nat mur 3x+ sillicia 12x 4 tab each therice a day with warm water and consult private online. And all medicine mix in oil/ glycerin. And apply it.
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During menstrual cycle, there are sores on inner thighs. There is itching as well as it is spreading.

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Ayurveda, Ghaziabad
During menstrual cycle, there are sores on inner thighs. There is itching as well as it is spreading.
It happens to some girls....so dont worry just avoid it..you can apply a neem leaf musterd oil on that area then it will subside soon
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Good after noon sir, my friend suffer with melasma disease, it starts at bridge of the nose head and day by day it spread on the nose, he was already consulted skin specialists but he was not founded any result, he already used medicines like hhlite, tintin and betnovate but no result so please suggest one good medicine to him, thank you sir.

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Ayurveda, Ambala
Good after noon sir, my friend suffer with melasma disease, it starts at bridge of the nose head and day by day it sp...
To get relief from melasma follow these methods : • You can use two teaspoons of milk with two teaspoons of honey and a pinch of sugar mix it and apply it for 10 minutes on your face and then wash off it. • Drink 8 to 9 glass of water daily. • Take fresh aloe vera plant gel apply it on face or area where melasma occurs for 10 minutes rinse with water . • Take two capsules of vitamin E (cap Evion ),open it and squeeze out their liquid on your palm or directly mix it with cream or moisturizer you have and apply daily on it on your face at night daily * Mash half bnana mix it with half teaspoon of sandalwood powder mix it well and make smooth paste apply it for 10 minutes then rinse off with water. Apply this • Apply less make up on your face and remove it at night before sleeping. * Eat a bowl of cereal daily . * Add one teaspoon of Bornvita or Maltova powder in one glass of milk drink it daily .
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I am 26 years old male. I have problem with my penis it got pimples down the cap and its pains after handpump for nearly about half and hour. Sometimes I feel afraid of touching it. I tried to squeeze but it pain more during squeezing. What to do?

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Homeopath, Delhi
I am 26 years old male. I have problem with my penis it got pimples down the cap and its pains after handpump for nea...
Please take following medicines:- mezerium 30 / 5 drops in little water thrice a day for one week. Calcarea sulph 6x / 4 tabs thrice a day for one month. Revert back after one month with feedback.
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I have pain in left hand so tell me about what is the problem and give me solution for the same.

BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist,
I have pain in left hand so tell me about what is the problem and give me solution for the same.
This may be due to neuralgia or over stress of hand, some time trapezitis or cs causes reffered pain. I. F. T in physio department will help to reduce pain followed by hot formantation.
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I am 20 years old and feel more laziness what should I do?

BSc
Ayurveda,
I am 20 years old and feel more laziness what should I do?
1-check bp 2-tesr hb% 3-do some aerobic exercise 4-add in your food proteins green vegetables fruits milk eggs etc. For medicinal advice ask privately.
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AntiBiotic Resistance on the rise very fast

Post Graduate Diploma in Hospital and Healthcare Management, MD - Consultant Physician, Fellowship Critical Care Management
Internal Medicine Specialist, Delhi
AntiBiotic Resistance on the rise very fast

In 5 Years, Threat Of Drug-Resistant Superbugs Doubles


A 72-year-old woman in Bengaluru consulted a hospital physician about a severe skin infection and fever. She had previously consulted a couple of general practitioners, who prescribed a course of penicillin for three days and fluoroquinolones—both antibiotics—for two days.

There was no relief.

So, the consultant ordered a culture sensitivity test of pus from the skin lesions to identify what was causing her ailment and figure out what antibiotics it would respond to.

Here’s what the report said:
Pathogen: Klebsiella pneumoniae
Susceptible to: No antibiotic
Resistant to: All antibiotics, including advanced drugs like fluoroquinolones, carbapenems and even the last resort combination usually reserved for severe cases of ICU infection, colistin-tigecycline.

With nothing to offer the patient, save a prescription for paracetamol to keep her fever in check, the doctor sent the patient home, and asked her to return after a week.

In such cases, sometimes, the body’s immunity kicks in and throws off the infection, the physician, Sheela Chakravarthy, consultant (internal medicine) at Fortis Hospital, Bengaluru, told IndiaSpend.

Sometimes, resistance to one or more drugs abates, allowing treatment to be resumed. Chances of that happening are greater at home, not in the hospital, which is a more infectious space where sepsis—a disproportionate and potentially life-threatening immune response by your body to an infection—could set in, she explained.

Most patients, however, succumb to the infection.

Chakravarthy faces situations where she has nothing to offer patients, not because they are suffering from terminal illnesses, such as some forms of cancer, but even when they present with what should be curable infections, “almost every day”, she said.

What Chakravarthy described is the consequence of rampant, inappropriate consumption of antibiotics, spurring the development of superbugs, as the recently released State of the World’s Antibiotics Report 2015 affirms.


India is fast becoming home to superbugs

Escherichia coli, Klebsiella pneumoniae and Staphylococcus aureus are three of the deadliest pathogens facing humanity, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO). And India is gradually but increasingly becoming home to multi-drug resistant strains of these pathogens, according to the State of the World’s Antibiotics Report 2015.

Escherichia coli is notorious for causing food poisoning and urinary tract infections.

In 2010, 5% of Escherichia coli samples in India were resistant to carbapenems, last-resort antibiotics for bacteria that are resistant to first-, second- and third-line drugs. By 2014, 12% of E. coli samples were similarly resistant.


Klebsiella pneumoniae causes pneumonia, septicaemia and infections in the urinary tract, lower biliary tract and at surgical wound sites, to name a few.

While 29% of Klebsiella pneumonia isolates were resistant to carbapenems in 2008, this increased to 57% in 2014.

For comparison, fewer than 10% of Klebsiella pneumoniae infections in Europe are carbapenem-resistant.

Staphylococcus aureus can cause skin and soft tissue infections, bloodstream infections, pneumonia and surgical site infections. A particularly nasty strain of, methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), is common in India and increasingly hard to treat.

MRSA was responsible for 40% of post-surgical site infections, according to a 2013 study by the Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College and Hospital, Aligarh.

Between 2009 and 2014, the incidence of MRSA in India has risen from 29% to 47%.

People with MRSA are 64% more likely to die than people with a non-resistant form of the infection, according to the WHO.

How ignorance is spurring the development of superbugs

“My understanding of antibiotic is that it stops bacteria growing in body…I think amoxicillin is for throat infection.”

–An urban participant of a study of perceptions about antibiotic use and resistance among urban and rural doctors, pharmacists and public in Vellore.

Mox, short for amoxicillin, has become a household word across India.

A little knowledge, however, is a dangerous thing. It encourages self-medication, even when medicine is unnecessary, such as when people suffer viral infections—against which drugs are ineffective. Most viral fevers dissipate on their own after a few days with rest, hot fluids and a check on the fever.

Consuming too many antibiotics contributes to pathogen drug resistance.

“Resistance is an outcome of accumulated use,” said Ramanan Laxminarayan, vice president, Research and Policy, Public Health Foundation of India, and director and senior fellow, Centre for Disease Dynamics, Economics & Policy, US, and co-author of the State of the World’s Antibiotic Report 2015.

Indians often rely on corner pharmacists, whose knowledge of dosages may be limited.

Here’s what a rural pharmacist participant of the aforementioned Vellore study said: “Amoxicillin, 6 tablets is to be taken [for full course].”

Amoxicillin’s full course depends on the kind and severity of bacterial infection.

When an antibiotic of lower strength or fewer pills than needed is prescribed, the body cannot fully eradicate the pathogen. Sensing it has come under attack, the bacterium responds by evolving into more resilient, antibiotic-resistant strains.

But with a course of antibiotics, say generic Amoxicillin, costing about Rs 160, close to a day’s wage in many states, and a doctor’s consultation costing anywhere between Rs 100 and Rs 1,000, more than a day’s wage in most places, patients are bound to cut corners.

Another Vellore study participant summed up the situation thus: “If I have money I go to hospital. If not, I get medicine from pharmacy shop. If I get better, I stop and keep for future use.”

Stopping a course of drugs mid-way also contributes to antibiotic microbial resistance.

In a 2015 study in Chennai, 70% respondents confessed to stopping the medication when they felt better. Only 57% completed the antibiotic course.

“Less is more”: the key to preserving antibiotic efficiency

Educate health professionals, policy makers and the public on sustainable antibiotic use, says the State of the World’s Antibiotics Report 2015.

That is sensible advice.

Denmark and Sweden boast of low rates of antibiotic use and near-zero rates of antibiotic resistance because the risks of antibiotic overuse are widely known.

Instituting regulations on antibiotic use has reduced the proportion of MRSA in Europe and the US by about a fifth over the last eight years.

India requires more stringent regulations for antibiotic use.

It isn’t enough to tell physicians that they should prescribe antibiotics only when essential to cure bacterial infections. The right way is to order a culture sensitivity test, which costs money, and the patience to wait for the result.

“Patients want instant and cheap relief, and are willing to shop around for a doctor who obliges,” said Dr Himanshu Shekhar, medical director, SCI International Hospital, New Delhi.

“Some judge doctors on how fast the prescribed medicine cures. Practice pressures lead many doctors to prescribe advanced drugs, without getting a culture-sensitivity test done.”

So, it’s also not enough to have 24 advanced antibiotics, including third- and fourth-generation cephalosporins, carbapenems, and newer fluoroquinolones, under the ambit of Schedule H1 of the Drugs & Cosmetic Rules, 1945, with effect from March 1, 2014.

That means these drugs cannot be sold over-the-counter, but they are still freely prescribed.

Chakravarthy’s suggestion: “Make Schedule H antibiotics available only through hospitals and health centres.”

“Changing antibiotic usage behaviours is critical to preserve the efficacy of existing and new drugs,” proposed Laxminarayan.

India also sorely needs regulations to check antibiotic use in animals raised for human consumption, to meet the State of the World’s Antibiotic Report 2015 recommendation to reduce and eventually phase out sub-therapeutic antibiotic use in agriculture.

Sub-therapeutic use implies mixing antibiotics in animal feed to make them grow faster and to prevent infections from devastating the herd or flock.

India is among the world’s five biggest consumers of antibiotics for livestock. IndiaSpend has earlier reported increasing evidence of antibiotic-resistant bacteria in animals in India, and how this impacts humans.

“Using antibiotics to make animals fatter faster is a waste of a precious resource,” said Laxminarayan.

How surgeons contribute to antibiotic resistance

Surgical antibiotic prophylaxis refers to the prescribing of antibiotics before, during and after operations to prevent infection.

Between 19% and 86% of patients in hospitals in India receive “inappropriate antibiotic prophylaxis”, according to the State of the World’s Antibiotics Report 2015. A prophylactic is preventive treatment for a disease.

Ideally, antibiotic prophylaxis should be administered as a single dose within 60 minutes of the skin incision. However, a 2013 Mangalore-based study found timing adhered to in 22% of cases in a government hospital, 64.9% cases in a medical-college teaching hospital and 80.7% of patients in a tertiary care corporate hospital.

“Smart antibiotic prophylaxis also includes choosing narrow-spectrum antibiotics to target the organism most likely to present concerns based on the kind of surgery being performed, this avoids needless exposure to antibiotics for the other microbes and helps prevent resistance,” said Vimesh Mistry, assistant professor, Pharmacology, Baroda Medical College.

Staphylococcus aureus, which lives on the skin, is most likely to cause infection during surgery. But surgeons frequently make poor antibiotic choices.

“We found appropriateness of choice of antibiotic in 68% cases and 52% compliance with the in-house prophylaxis guidelines,” said Tanu Singhal, infectious diseases specialist, Mumbai, and co-author of another study on antibiotic prophylaxis conducted in PD Hinduja Hospital, Mumbai.

Other prophylaxis inaccuracies include the unnecessary prescribing of antibiotics, inaccurate dose and inaccurate duration of prescription.

“We logged 63% accuracy in prescription duration. Surgeons tend to prescribe antibiotics for too long fearing post-surgery infection,” said Singhal.

In the trade off between protecting the patient better and increasing the risk to society of a pathogen developing resistance, surgeons are choosing the former.

Needed: A back-to-the-basics approach to health

Reducing the need for antibiotics through improved water, sanitation and immunisation is another strategy recommended in the State of the World’s Antibiotics Report 2015.

“Vaccination against pathogens such as the diarrhoea-causing rotavirus and pneumonia-causing Klebsiella pneumoniae helps curtail antibiotic demand, thereby reducing the chances of resistant strains developing,” said Laxminarayan.

In Canada, the widespread use of pneumococcal conjugate vaccines for pneumonia in children has reduced the incidence of pneumonia caused by strains the vaccine covers.

However, just as antibiotic usage spurs the development of superbugs, vaccination is a double-edged sword.

Canada is seeing a rapid increase in the incidence of other strains of pneumonia not protected against by the vaccine.

So, it is better to focus on the basic constituents of health.

Making available clean drinking water and improving sanitation would prevent people from getting sick in the first place. India still has a lot to do on both these fronts.

Improving individual immunity is the best bet to ward off infections, and that is also achievable by healthier eating, exercising, healthier living and the better management of chronic conditions like diabetes and asthma that increase vulnerability to infections when they are not kept in check.


Dr Himanshu Shekhar
MD,Medicine
New Delhi
+919818433208
( Above Article , with My Inputs was published in a leading Health Magazine)
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I have tried various shampoos but I can't get rid of my dandruff. They work for that instant but I regain dandruff after a day or two.

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Homeopath, Delhi
I have tried various shampoos but I can't get rid of my dandruff. They work for that instant but I regain dandruff af...
Hello,you can take homoeopathic medicine Graphites 30 (4 drops in little amount of water) twice a day for a week and update.
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On the right side of my mouth, my lower jaw teeth(molar) gives sensation from last dew days. While brushing also, i m felling uncomfortable sensation. What do i do?

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Dentist, Jammu
Good evening Nishant - seek a dental opinion by taking an appointment tomorrow from a good dental surgeon specialist. He will guide you the rest of the way.
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I am suffering from sweaty palms from a long time. I hesitate shake hand when some offers me their hand. What to do?

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General Physician, Cuttack
Excessive sweating could be due to 1.Anxiety, nervousness 2 Obesity, Diabetes, Thyroid problem, Tuberculosis 3.Alcoholism or due to effect of some anti hypertensive and psychiatric drugs 4. Investigate yourself to rule out these diseases 5.Avoid anxiety and nervousness 6.Try some anti antiperspirant lotion or roll on. 7.Consult skin specialist for advice
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