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Dr. Sheikh Mukhtar

General Physician, kulgam

Dr. Sheikh Mukhtar General Physician, kulgam
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Mura penis pick nhi karta and sambhog bhi kam time me khatam ho jata hai meri age 35 hai.

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Mura penis pick nhi karta and sambhog bhi kam time me khatam ho jata hai meri age 35 hai.
Please Do perineal exercises daily Do yogasanas and pranayam daily Take Damiaplant by W shwabe Homeopathic medicine 10 drops twice a day for 3 months
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What is the symptoms of malaria I have a flu many days my fever is up,& down quiky please tell what is this.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician,
What is the symptoms of malaria I have a flu many days my fever is up,& down quiky please tell what is this.
Common symptoms of malaria include: shaking chills that can range from moderate to severe. high fever. profuse sweating. headache. nausea. vomiting. diarrhea. anemia.
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Sir I'm 28 year old and I'm diabetic patient since 2 years. My blood sugar level is 300 (fasting), 450-500 (p.p). I'm worried about my life. I consult with a physician in my city. He prescribed me metformin 500 mg +1 mg glimi. But my sugar level is not in control. Today I just check sugar level with glucose meter and reading is 160 fasting and 283 after meal. What can I do. Plzzzz save my life. I have a 3 year daughter and I love her so much. Plzzzz reply.

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Sir I'm 28 year old and I'm diabetic patient since 2 years. My blood sugar level is 300 (fasting), 450-500 (p.p).
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NOTHING TO WORRY MY DEAR lybrate-user. PLEASE STRICTLY FOLLOW DIABETIC DIET AND DIABETIC EXERCISES. TAKE TAB. GLYCOMET GP 1 mg TWICE A DAY 20 min. BEFORE BREAKFAST AND DINNER. TEST AFTER 15 DAYS. THEN TELL ME REPORT. YOU WILL SURELY GET IMPROVEMENT.
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I am surendra kumar age 23 years I suffering from headache las two month I see many doctors but not output for that problem so please give me right consult.

Fellow of Endoscopic spine surgery (FENDS) , Fellow of Interventional spine & pain (FISP) , MD-Anaesthesiology & Pain Medicine, Fellow of Pain Management (FPM) , DA( Gold medal-Anaesthesiology & Pain Medicine) , MBBS
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I am surendra kumar age 23 years I suffering from headache las two month I see many doctors but not output for that p...
Hi, it is very important to put the right diagnosis as reason for headache are more than 100. Certain expertise required to diagnose it properly as it can be due to migraine & subtypes, cervicogenic headache, occipital neuralgia, eye problem, cervical facetal arthritis, cluster & tension headache etc. Consult some pain specialist for diagnosis as neurologist will help you excluding migraine, ophthalmologist in excluding eye issue, but pain specialist will help you put right diagnosis of headache and treat it.
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I am suffering from piles mainly in monsoons. Kindly suggest some effective medicine.

MBBS
Urologist, Kolkata
Depending on the severity, piles have different modalities of treatment. Surgical or medical. Consult me privately to discuss the advantages of different management. Meanwhile add plenty of water to your diet to soften the stool and try sitz bath for temporary relief. Reply back for details.
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One 52 yes male pt having pain in lower abdomen which is radiating to back. No burning a cturition no fever. Sleep cycle is normal. Usg is normal. So what could be the diagnosis. How to approach.

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine Specialist, Faridabad
pl. clear it is this patient is female or male . because in question you has say it is male and in condition of patient is showing female.
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Ayurveda, Bundi
Infected wounds, burn wounds, deep wounds, abscesses, wounds of sinus, painful wounds: one simple, effective, common local application par excellence.

You will perhaps be astonished to know that one anti infective local application prepared by boiling about 12-13 herbs and minerals in water and clarified butter (ghee), is as effective as any high end anti infective / anti septic medicine in modern medical science. I personally know some surgeons who have used it to heal wounds in resistant cases with success. Leaves of chameli, neem, prawal, turmeric, daruhaldi, manjishtha, cuso4 etc are used to prepare it.

This preparation when applied over a chronic wound, cleanses and heals simultaneously. Very economic, non resistant, easy to apply. This is known as jatyadi ghrit. One similar application named jatyadi tel is made in oil medium. Similar action in wounds, burns, eczema etc.
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Hii doctors. Why do we suffer from loose motions ? For me it has become normal to get to two three times in a month .it starts suddenly please help me .Is there any bacteria in my stomach?

BAMS
Ayurveda, Ambala
Hii doctors. Why do we suffer from loose motions ? For me it has become normal to get to two three times in a month ....
Dear, Causes of loose motion are : * due to eating contaminated food * drinking infected water and also due to unhygienic hands . * due to weak digestion power or metabolism To get rid from this problem : • Take one teaspoon of ajwain seeds (carom )and 1/2 teaspoon of jeera grind it and make powder of it add 1/3 rd of teaspoon of this in your food you eat . •To make your digestion good take 5 gm (1 teaspoon) of jeera (cumin ), 5 gm (1 teaspoon) of dry corriander seeds (dhaniya) , 5 gm (1 teaspoon) of ajwain (carom seeds ) and add some leaves of mint in glass of water and boil it till the water become half in pan. Drink it daily once in a day. * Avoid to drink water from outside when you travel. Also avoid to eat street food like pani puri and fruit chat . * Clean your hands before eating food . • Take pudina (mint) and coriander leaves grind it and eat one teaspoon of it daily 2 times in a day . You can make chutney of it . Mint and corriander has enzymes that improve your digestion .
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I do not have a good digestion system. I get diarrhea easily. Please prescribe me something to make my digestion system better.

Doctor of Medicine
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I do not have a good digestion system. I get diarrhea easily. Please prescribe me something to make my digestion syst...
Frequency of passing stool three to four times in day is normal one and it is not the disease,, if you do not have any associated symptoms like abdomen pain, fatigue, vomiting then it is nothing to worry
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Hi Mere bhai ka 12 date ko shaam ko accident ho gya tha so head injury ho gya hai to wo abhi bol nhi paa raha hai to sir wah kitne din baad bol payega.

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It will depend on how serious the injury is....usually it takes time to overcome from trauma from 1-7 days in which the patient can express him self. If the trauma/injury is in the speaking center it could get loss and he will not be able to speak... Speak to your Doctor do a MRI brain first before getting into conclusion.
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Hello My name is Hemal, and I am suffering from diabetic from last 5 years, so please advice me to cure my diabetic. Thank you.

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Hello My name is Hemal, and I am suffering from diabetic from last 5 years, so please advice me to cure my diabetic. ...
Am very sorry, but presently there is no cure for diabetes. You can however, keep the diabetes under control. Diet and exercise are the mainstay of the treatment. By following a good healthy lifestyle, the dosage requirement will definitely reduce.
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I am 54 years old male. I am suffering from piles/fissures from last 25 years. I am scared of surgery. Please prescribe some oral pills. I want to cure it immediately.

MBBS, MBA (Healthcare)
General Physician, Delhi
avoid constipation, avoid straining on stool. use fiber containing diet and green vegetables. use pilex cream after motin. take pilex tab one tab 3 times daily for one month. consult surgeon for detail check up.
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Whenever mosquito bites me the area around it gives very itchy sensations. Pls guide ?

PGDHHM, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
Whenever mosquito bites me the area around it gives very itchy sensations. Pls guide ?
Apply ice pack for itching. Calamine lotion if required. It's better to use preventive measures to avoid mosquito bites.
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Nowadays I am not sleeping well I am sleeping at 1 am. Give me some tips for better Sleep. I want to sleep 8 hours. What I have to do before going bed? Even I am working in software kind of field. So, tell me how can get rid off?

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Common causes of insomnia Sometimes, insomnia only lasts a few days and goes away on its own, especially when the insomnia is tied to an obvious temporary cause, such as stress over an upcoming presentation or a painful breakup. Chronic insomnia, however, is usually tied to an underlying psychological or medical issue. Psychological problems and emotional distress. Anxiety and depression are two of the most common causes of chronic insomnia. Other common emotional and psychological causes include chronic or significant life stress, anger, worry, grief, bipolar disorder, and trauma. Medical problems or illness. Many medical conditions and diseases can contribute to insomnia, including asthma, allergies, Parkinson’s disease, hyperthyroidism, acid reflux, kidney disease, and cancer. Chronic pain is also a very common cause of insomnia. Medications. Many prescription drugs can interfere with sleep, including antidepressants, stimulants for ADHD, corticosteroids, thyroid hormone, high blood pressure medications, and some contraceptives. Common over-the-counter culprits include cold and flu medications that contain alcohol, pain relievers that contain caffeine (Midol, Excedrin), diuretics, and slimming pills. Sleep disorders. Insomnia is itself a sleep disorder, but it can also be a symptom of other sleep disorders, including sleep apnea, restless legs syndrome, and circadian rhythm disturbances tied to jet lag or late-night shift work. Causes of insomnia you may overlook (and that are within your power to change!) It’s important to identify all possible causes of your insomnia, including things you’re doing during the day or leading up to bedtime that interfere with quality sleep. Is your sleep environment noisy, too bright, or not very comfortable? Do you watch TV, play video games, or use a computer, tablet or smartphone in bed? Do you drink caffeinated beverages (coffee, tea, soda) within eight hours of bed? Do you keep an irregular sleep schedule? Do you exercise or eat late in the evening? Do you use alcohol to fall asleep? Insomnia cures and treatments: Changing habits that disrupt sleep If medical or emotional problems are contributing to your insomnia, treating them first is essential. But you also need to look at daytime habits and bedtime routines that contribute to sleeplessness. Using a sleep diary to identify insomnia-inducing habits Some habits are so ingrained that you may overlook them as a possible contributor to your insomnia. Maybe your Starbucks habit affects your sleep more than you realize. Or maybe you’ve never made the connection between your late-night TV viewing or Internet surfing and your sleep difficulties. Keeping a sleep diary is a helpful way to pinpoint habits and behaviors contributing to your insomnia. Adopting new habits to help you sleep Stick to a regular sleep schedule. Support your biological clock by going to bed and getting up at the same time every day, including weekends. Avoid naps. Napping during the day can make it more difficult to sleep at night. If you feel like you have to take a nap, limit it to 30 minutes before 3 p.m. Limit caffeine, alcohol, and nicotine. Stop drinking caffeinated beverages at least eight hours before bed. While alcohol can make you feel sleepy, it interferes with the quality of your sleep, and nicotine is a stimulant. Avoid late meals. Try to avoid heavy, rich foods within two hours of bed. Fatty foods can take a lot of work for your stomach to digest and spicy or acidic foods can cause heartburn. Get regular exercise. Regular exercise can improve the symptoms of insomnia, but it’s not a quick fix. It takes several months to feel the full effects. Aim for 30 minutes or more of activity on most days—but not too close to bedtime. Develop a better bedtime routine It’s not just what you do during the day that affects the quality of your sleep, but also those things you do to prepare your mind and body for sleep. Make sure your bedroom is quiet, dark, and cool. Noise, light, and heat can interfere with sleep. Try using a sound machine or earplugs to hide outside noise, an open window or fan to keep the room cool, and blackout curtains or a sleep mask to block out light. Avoid stimulating activity and stressful situations before bedtime. This includes vigorous exercise, big discussions or arguments, or catching up on work. Instead, focus on quiet, soothing activities, such as reading, knitting, or listening to soft music, while keeping lights low. Turn off screens one hour before bedtime. The light emitted from TV, tablets, smartphones, and computers suppresses your body’s production of melatonin and can severely disrupt your sleep. Instead of emailing, texting, watching TV, or playing video games, try listening to a book on tape, a podcast, or reading by a soft light. Coping with shift work Working nights or irregular shifts can disrupt your sleep schedule. You may be able to limit the adverse impact with these tips: Adjust your sleep-wake cycle by exposing yourself to bright light when you wake up at night, using bright lamps or daylight-simulation bulbs in your workplace, and then wearing dark glasses on your journey home to block out sunlight and encourage sleepiness. Limit the number of night or irregular shifts you work in a row to prevent sleep deprivation mounting up. Avoid frequently rotating shifts so you can maintain the same sleep schedule. Eliminate noise and light from your bedroom during the day. Use blackout curtains or a sleep mask, turn off the phone, and use ear plugs or a soothing sound machine to block out daytime noise. Insomnia cures and treatments: Neutralize sleep anxieties The more trouble you have with sleep, the more it starts to invade your thoughts. You may dread going to sleep because you’re going to toss and turn for hours or be up at 2 a.m. Again. Or maybe you’re worried because you have a big day tomorrow, and if you don’t get a solid eight hours, you’re sure to blow it. But agonizing about sleep only makes insomnia worse. Worrying floods your body with adrenaline, and before you know it, you’re wide-awake. Learn to associate your bed with sleeping, not sleeplessness Use the bedroom only for sleeping and sex. Don’t work, read, watch TV, or use your computer in bed or the bedroom. The goal is to associate the bedroom with sleep alone, so that your brain and body get a strong signal that it’s time to nod off when you get in bed. Get out of bed when you can’t sleep. Don’t try to force yourself to sleep. Tossing and turning only amps up the anxiety. Get up, leave the bedroom, and do something relaxing, such as reading, drinking a warm cup of caffeine-free tea, taking a bath, or listening to soothing music. When you’re sleepy, go back to bed. Move bedroom clocks out of view. Anxiously watching the minutes tick by when you can’t sleep—knowing that you’re going to be exhausted when the alarm goes off—is a surefire recipe for insomnia. You can use an alarm, but make sure you can’t see the time when you’re in bed. It’s also helpful to challenge the negative attitudes about sleep and your insomnia problem that you’ve developed over time. Challenging self-defeating thoughts that fuel insomnia Self-defeating thoughtSleep-promoting comeback Unrealistic expectations: I should be able to sleep well every night like a normal person. Lots of people struggle with sleep from time to time. I will be able to sleep with practice. Exaggeration: It’s the same every single night, another night of sleepless misery. Not every night is the same. Some nights I do sleep better than others. Catastrophizing: If I don’t get some sleep, I’ll tank my presentation and jeopardize my job. I can get through the presentation even if I’m tired. I can still rest and relax tonight, even if I can’t sleep. Hopelessness: I’m never going to be able to sleep well. It’s out of my control. Insomnia can be cured. If I stop worrying so much and focus on positive solutions, I can beat it. Fortune telling: It’s going to take me at least an hour to get to sleep tonight. I just know it. I don’t know what will happen tonight. Maybe I’ll get to sleep quickly if I use the strategies I’ve learned. Insomnia cures and treatments: Tackle daytime stress and worries Residual stress, worry, and anger from your day can make it difficult to fall asleep as night. Get help with stress management. If the stress of managing work, family, or school is keeping you awake at night, learning how to handle stress in a productive way and to maintain a calm, positive outlook can help you sleep better at night. Talk over your worries during the day with a friend or loved one. Talking face to face with someone who cares about you is a great way to relieve stress and stop you rehashing worries when it’s time to sleep. The person doesn’t need to be able to fix your problems, but just needs to be an attentive, nonjudgmental listener. Harnessing your body's relaxation response If you feel wound up much of the time and unable to let go of stress at the end of the day, you may benefit from relaxation techniques such as meditation, yoga, and deep breathing. Not only do relaxation techniques help you quiet your mind and relieve tension in the body, but they also help you fall asleep faster and get back to sleep more quickly if you wake up in the middle of the night. Some popular smartphone apps can help guide you through the different relaxation methods, or you can follow these techniques: Abdominal breathing. Breathing deeply and fully, involving not only the chest, but also the belly, lower back, and ribcage, can help relaxation. Close your eyes and take deep, slow breaths, making each breath even deeper than the last. Breathe in through your nose and out through your mouth. Progressive muscle relaxation. Make yourself comfortable. Starting with your feet, tense the muscles as tightly as you can. Hold for a count of 10, and then relax. Continue to do this for every muscle group in your body, working your way up from your feet to the top of your head. Mindfulness meditation. Sit quietly and focus on your natural breathing and on the way your body feels in the moment. Allow thoughts and emotions to come and go without judgment, always returning to focus on breath and your body. It takes regular practice to learn these techniques and harness their stress-relieving power. But the benefits can be huge. You can do them as part of your bedtime routine, when you are lying down preparing for sleep, and if you wake up in the middle of the night. Insomnia cures and treatments: Getting back to sleep if you wake up While it’s normal to wake briefly during the night, if you’re having trouble falling back to sleep, the following tips may help. Stay out of your head. The key to getting back to sleep is continuing to cue your body for sleep. Hard as it may be, try not to stress over your inability to fall asleep again, because that only encourages your body to stay awake. A good way to stay out of your head is to focus on the feelings and sensations in your body or to practice breathing exercises. Take a breath in, then breathe out slowly while saying or thinking the word, “Ahhh.” Take another breath and repeat. Make relaxation (not sleep) your goal. If you find it hard to fall back asleep, try a relaxation technique such as visualization, progressive muscle relaxation, or meditation, which can be done without even getting out of bed. Remind yourself that although they’re not a replacement for sleep, rest and relaxation still help rejuvenate your body. Do a quiet, non-stimulating activity. If you’ve been awake for more than 15 minutes, get out of bed and do a quiet, non-stimulating activity, such as reading a book. Keep the lights dim so as not to cue your body clock to wake up. Avoid using electronic screens of any kind as the light they emit stimulates the brain. Postpone worrying and brainstorming. If you wake at night feeling anxious about something, make a brief note of it on paper and postpone worrying about it until the next day when it will be easier to resolve. Similarly, if a great idea is keeping you awake, make a note of it and postpone thinking more about it until morning. Insomnia cures and treatments: Sleep aids and sleeping pills When you’re tossing and turning at night, it can be tempting to pop a pill for relief. However, no sleeping pill will cure the underlying cause of your insomnia, and some can even make the problem worse in the long run. Dietary supplements for insomnia There are many herbal supplements marketed for their sleep-promoting effects. Some remedies, such as lemon balm or chamomile tea, are generally harmless, while others can have side effects and interfere with other medications and vitamins you’re taking. Two supplements for insomnia that are considered to be safe and effective are melatonin and valerian. Melatonin is a naturally occurring hormone that your body produces at night. Melatonin supplements may be effective for short-term use, especially in reducing jet lag. However, there are potential side effects, including next-day drowsiness. Valerian is an herb with mild sedative effects that may help you sleep better. However, the quality of valerian supplements varies widely. Over the counter (OTC) sleep aids The main ingredient in over-the-counter (OTC) sleeping pills is an antihistamine, generally taken for allergies, hay fever, and cold symptoms. Sleep experts generally advise against their use because of side effects, questions about their effectiveness, and lack of information about their safety over the long term. Prescription sleeping pills for insomnia Prescription sleep medications may provide temporary relief, but can have serious side effects and make insomnia worse in the long run. It’s best to use medication only as a last resort, and then, only on a very limited, as-needed basis. Evidence shows that lifestyle and behavioral changes make the largest and most lasting difference when it comes to insomnia. When to seek professional insomnia treatment If you’ve tried the insomnia self-help strategies above and are still having trouble getting the sleep you need, a doctor or sleep disorder specialist may be able to help. Seek professional help for insomnia if: Your insomnia doesn’t respond to self-help Your insomnia is causing major problems at home, work, or school You’re experiencing scary symptoms like chest pain or shortness of breath Your insomnia occurs almost every night and is getting worse Bring a sleep diary with you. Your doctor may be able to diagnose an illness or sleep disorder that's causing your insomnia, or refer you to a sleep specialist or cognitive behavioral therapist. Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for insomnia CBT is aimed at breaking the cycle of insomnia. Poor sleep tends to lead to stress and anxious thoughts about not being able to sleep. This in turn leads to stress and tension, which leads to poor sleeping habits, such as the use of sleeping pills. This leads to worsening insomnia and so on. The Vicious Cycle of Insomnia insomniacycle In addition to improving sleep habits, CBT is aimed at changing thoughts and feelings about sleep that may be causing stress and contributing to your insomnia. A therapist may also recommend sleep restriction therapy, whereby you initially shorten your sleep time. The idea is that by limiting the time you spend in bed to the number of hours you actually sleep, say from 1 a.m. To 6 a.m. You'll spend less time awake and more time asleep. As your sleep efficiency increases you'll gradually start going to bed earlier and getting up later until you reach your optimum sleep schedule.
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I am 63 years old male having mild diabetes but very much under contro through medication and regular exercise. I am getting numbness on my left toes during morning walk of late. It subsides after 15-20 minutes or immediately on resting. I was treated for sciatica few years ago. Please suggest long lasting remedy for my problem which persists even while standing continuously for more than half an hour.

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General Physician,
I am 63 years old male having mild diabetes but very much under contro through medication and regular exercise. I am ...
Please send me the reports of fbs, 2hr ppbs and hba1c. You may be suffering peripheral neuropathy as a diabetic complication. You send me the report personally to me and I can help you. If you get nervigen tab take that as a nerve tonic. Inform me.
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I have burping problem. After eating food and drinking water continuously burps are coming. please tell me what should I do?

M.D.(A.M.), BAMS
General Physician, Gurgaon
I have burping problem. After eating food and drinking water continuously burps are coming. please tell me what shoul...
Ur suffering from acid peptic disorder n underlying cause mite b constipation or incomplete evacuation. Just start taking warm water overday if possible, green leafy vegetables n sprouts, mix veg soup, curd for probiotics n maximum liquids. Along with our best ayurveda.
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Suffering from head ache since 1 month I used many tablet to get relief and consultant many doctors what is the reason for this.

MBBS
General Physician, Cuttack
Suffering from head ache since 1 month I used many tablet to get relief and consultant many doctors what is the reaso...
If you have recurrent attack of headache1. It could be a tension headache due to anxiety/stress, depression inadequate sleep, low bp/high bp, migraine, prolonged use of cell phone/computer, chronic anaemia, refractive error, chronic sinusitis, organic brain lesion 2. Avoid stress, physical and mental exertion, have adequate sound sleep for 7-8 hours daily in the night 3. Go for regular exercise 4. Practice yoga, meditation and deep breathing exercise to calm your mind, control your emotion and relieve stress 5. Check for refractive error, sinusitis hemoglobin, bp 6. Avoid prolonged use of cell phone/computer 7. Consult neurologist to rule out other causes of headache, if required take a ct scan of head to exclude any brain lesion 8. If it is migraine you have to take migraine prophylactic drug after consulting neurologist.
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My husband is feeling light pain n heaviness in left chest for 10 days. Before 6 month he has taken ecg and 2d echo test. They were normal. Is this pain can b heart related? Or what is tge reason?

PGD Maternal Child Health, MBBS
General Physician, Akola
My husband is feeling light pain n heaviness in left chest for 10 days. Before 6 month he has taken ecg and 2d echo t...
At 92 kg he is definitely overweight. Normal ecg and 2d at rest do not rule out coronary artery disease. A treadmill test is advisable. If he is hypertensive and diabetic, then it is all the more reason to do it.
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I am 19 years old and a music vocal student from last 2 months my throat is paining and I have eaten many medicine and check it up by many specialist but they said normal but cause of this pain I can't do music practice please tell me what should I do ?

BHMS
Alternative Medicine Specialist, Vadodara
I am 19 years old and a music vocal student from last 2 months my throat is paining and I have eaten many medicine an...
You can take homeopathic medicine arg met 200 2 times & arnica 200 single dose. You will get better result. For better management consult privately.
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