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Dr. Utpal Dey

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Dr. Utpal Dey is an experienced General Physician in Garia, Kolkata. You can visit him at Dr. Utpal Clinic in Garia, Kolkata. Book an appointment online with Dr. Utpal Dey and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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I am having high fever,I have a high pain at the backbone, can't stand and sit for long, neither run too much. It pricks too much: 3 help me.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
I am having high fever,I have a high pain at the backbone, can't stand and sit for long, neither run too much. It pri...
For fever take tablet paracetamol 650 mg and Eat nutritious food and have adequate fluid intake and take physical rest
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My sister have stomachache for last 2years and she daily took painkillers for that. So please advice to prevent it.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
My sister have stomachache for last 2years and she daily took painkillers for that. So please advice to prevent it.
Avoid spicy food in her diet and Also avoid peanuts and potatoes in her diet and eat only curd rice or khichdi for few days and drink only boiled water
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I am having problem in hearing, I hear very low I have tonsils and had cold earlier Help me! What should I do to hear properly again.

BHMS, DI Hom (London)
Homeopath, Varanasi
Put your ear block during bath. Puls 30/11 ml (reckewege germany) 2 drops 3 hourly for 15 days and report me.
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I have borderline diabetes my hbA1 c remains in between 6. 5 to7 and fasting sugar about 110 and pp160 to 170 this condition is since about 15 years but some times it crosses line and gets above pp200 fasting 130 then I start medicine metformin500 with glimpride. 5 mg after two or three months of treatment my blood sugar gets down pop near 70or below 70 then I am advice to stop medicine because my bp also gets down this happen in summer season now I am on diet control pop sugar 163 hbA1c6. 8 I am taking bp medicine cilnidipine10 and metprol xl25 pl suggest cause and treatment whether I am diabetic or not.

MPhil ( Foods and Nutrition), M.Sc.(Food Service Management and Dietetics)
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Bangalore
I have borderline diabetes my hbA1 c remains in between 6. 5 to7 and fasting sugar about 110 and pp160 to 170 this co...
Hi, Kindly maintain good sugar control through proper medication n diet. Here a few tips. Maintain food timing. Use fiber rich food such as whole cereals, pulses, leafy vegetables, n vegetables that grows above the ground. Use multigrain atta. Include 50g/day of fruits. Drink plenty of water. Walk for 30 min/day. Avoid sweets, sugar, Jaggery, honey, oily stuff n junk food. Go for a balanced meal. Moderation is the key for diabetics. Do not fast, do not feast. Regards, Uma.
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Penis Odor And The Diabetes Connection

MD - General Medicine
Sexologist, Delhi
Penis Odor And The Diabetes Connection

Penis Odor and the Diabetes Connection

Penis odor is a penis health issue that all men encounter at some time or other. Even when it isn't a chronic issue for a guy, there are plenty of times - when he has just finished a neighborhood game of football or come in from mowing the lawn on a hot day - when an unmistakable funk wafts from his crotch. But while these sweat-based emanations make sense, there are more puzzling ones that can be confounding. For example, evidence has shown that there can might a link between penis odor and diabetes, something most men wouldn't think to consider.

About diabetes

Diabetes, as most people know, has to do with blood sugar levels. But the disease is more complex than many people may realize. In a nutshell, diabetes refers to several disorders that all affect how the body uses and processes blood sugar. Blood sugar (also called glucose) is important; it gives energy to cells and keeps the brain healthy. Having too little or too much glucose isn't good, and when this happens over the long term, it can result in damage. Insulin is used to help regulate blood sugar, and when a person has diabetes, they need to inject insulin to help keep glucose at healthy levels.

Often, when there is a problem with the body getting enough glucose, the liver will create something called ketone bodies. Basically, this is a temporary source of energy to be used when glucose is not being accessed properly. So, when diabetes causes problems with glucose, more ketone bodies are created.

Sometimes the body produces more of these ketone bodies than it can use properly. This excess is called ketonuria, and it is one of the signs that a person's diabetes may not be being managed adequately. If a doctor find evidence of ketonuria, he is likely to recommend altering treatment.

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Ketonuria is marked by an intense odor, one which is typically described as fishy. It is not pleasant to most people. Sometimes, when a man is urinating, he may catch a whiff of a very fishy smell in his urine; that may be an indication of ketonuria (especially if the man has previously been diagnosed with diabetes or prediabetes).

How does ketonuria relate to penis odor? Well, even the most careful man does not always shake all of the urine drops out of his penis when he finishes urinating. Drops that stray out afterward may dry on the penis and can leave behind a strong penis odor. This is one reason why it's important to take time to allow post-urination drops to dribble out. It also can be helpful to wipe the penis off with a damp paper towel after urinating, to catch any stray droplets.

If a man suspects he has ketonuria, he should alert his doctor. If he has not previously been diagnosed with diabetes, the doctor will want to check to see if this is a possibility. If he has been diagnosed, it may mean that the patient is not properly managing his diabetes or may need to have a change in his treatment regimen.

Whether a man has diabetes or not, penis odor can be an especially galling problem. Daily use of a first class penis health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) is urged to help combat this problem. A man should definitely seek pout a crème which includes vitamin A among its ingredients. This wonderful vitamin has antibacterial properties which can be an enormous help in fighting persistent penis odor. The creme should also include alpha lipoic acid, a potent antioxidant. By fighting excess free radicals, alpha lipoic acid strengthens penis skin and makes it even less likely to succumb to odor-causing bacteria.

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I have vertigo problem and sometimes pain in my head, I do my mri scan and then report show: brain basal ganglia calcification both sides and I getting some noise in my ear I have depressed this decease what can I do doctor pls save me.

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, Diploma in Psychological Medicine, Diplomate in professional psychotherapy
Psychiatrist, Nadiad
I have vertigo problem and sometimes pain in my head, I do my mri scan and then report show: brain basal ganglia calc...
Dear lybrate-user Hello If no therapy is working for vertigo. Then.think of new therapy called RTMS therapy. 15- 20 session of rtms therapy will take it out. Take to your doctor or internet it.& if problem. Call us or meet us in person or with video conferencing.
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Dear sir I am 19 years of age. I want to know that whats the problem that my penis pain sometimes. I feel jealous in it. And at the Ass hole it Pain sometimes too. Can you suggest me please. What step should I take to over come from this.

M.D. Consultant Pathologist, CCEBDM Diabetes, PGDS Sexology USA, CCMTD Thyroid, ACDMC Heart Disease, CCMH Hypertension, ECG
Sexologist, Sri Ganganagar
Dear sir I am 19 years of age. I want to know that whats the problem that my penis pain sometimes. I feel jealous in ...
It may due to lack of exercise which makes your pelvic floor muscles weak. Please do kegel exercise regularly.
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I have a boyfriend. He is 20 years old. He always feels sleepy and lazy. whenever he is free or he has an off from his college he sleeps. He gets up very late in the morning. Again sleeps during noon and then sleeps early at night also. He misses his classes due to his sleep. Also his over sleeping his hampering our relationship as he is unable to give time to me due to his sleep. What to do please help.

M.B.S.(HOMEO), MD - Homeopathy
Homeopath, Visakhapatnam
I have a boyfriend. He is 20 years old. He always feels sleepy and lazy. whenever he is free or he has an off from hi...
It difficult for you to fall asleep at night, and almost impossible to get up in the morning? Oversleeping is often caused by a lack of sleep or a restless nighttime routine. It can lead to issues like being late for work or class, falling asleep during the day, and being unable to get a good night’s sleep regularly. Avoid hitting the snooze button on your alarm. Though you may be tempted to sleep for just five more minutes in the morning for some extra sleep, hitting the “snooze” button on your alarm will in fact make you more tired. When you hit snooze, your brain goes even deeper into your sleep cycle. By the time you hit “snooze” several more times, and finally wake up, you will feel groggy and even more tired than if you got up with your alarm. If possible, get an alarm without a snooze button. Or disable the snooze option on your existing alarm. Put your alarm clock in your living room. Rather than have your alarm close to your bed, where you can easily hit the snooze button or shut off your alarm, put your alarm clock somewhere outside of your bedroom, like your living room or your kitchen. That way, you will be forced to get out of bed in the morning and go find it in order to shut it off. Invest in a graduating-light alarm clock. These alarm clocks grow progressively brighter as it gets closer to your wake up time. This light will help you wake up slowly and hopefully, easily, without shocking your body with a sudden alarm. Graduating-light alarm clocks are also good for the winter, when the mornings are dark and it can be hard to get out of bed. You can find graduating-light alarm clocks at your local drugstore, or online. Make your morning routine positive and consistent. Stretch and get up, open the curtains of your room and let the morning light in. Treat the morning like a positive experience and commit to looking forward to your day. You may also start a routine of getting dressed and eating breakfast within a certain time. As you get ready, plan out your schedule and your tasks or commitments for the day.
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I am suffering from cough and I have pain in the back. From last three days I have taken lots of medicine but none them make relief please help me to prescribe some medicine so I will get soon. Thank you in advance.

D.P.T
Physiotherapist, Hyderabad
I am suffering from cough and I have pain in the back. From last three days I have taken lots of medicine but none th...
Dear. Sometimes only medicines will not help. Try heat fermentation twice a day for a week with any pain relief ointment for back pain. If still you feel pain then you need to take ultrasonic and inferential therapy. For cough you can get piriton-syrup or better.
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