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Dr. Anurag Bansal

DNB Ophtalmology

Ophthalmologist, Ludhiana

22 Years Experience
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Dr. Anurag Bansal is a trusted Ophthalmologist in Ferozepur Road, Ludhiana. He has been a practicing Ophthalmologist for 22 years. He is a qualified DNB Ophtalmology . You can meet Dr. Anurag Bansal personally at Dr. Anurag Eye Centre in Ferozepur Road, Ludhiana. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Anurag Bansal on Lybrate.com.

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DNB Ophtalmology - Chennai University - 1996
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I am 18 year old. I Had got an injury on eyebrow in 2004. In result blood is deposited in my eye. After one month my eyesight started weaken. Then I consult in navsari. They have done cataract surgery in 2005. After 5 year. My eyes pupil starting looks like white. Its like something (white) is moving in pupil. Recently I have got vitrectomy nd sf6. But its as it is. Nothing is changed. Nd my vision is only 40%. If anyone is understanding my case. please hlp me. What is dis in actual.

FICO, DNB Ophtalmology
Ophthalmologist, Gandhinagar
I am 18 year old. I Had got an injury on eyebrow in 2004. In result blood is deposited in my eye. After one month my ...
Hello. Being a retina surgeon, I do understand your problem pretty well. Let me go through your query point wise. First and foremost, traumatic injuries to the eye or the area around the eyes have an increased risk of being complicated along with poor vision recovery. The injury that occurred to your eye must have resulted in a traumatic catarct developing in the eye. For this, you were operated in 2005. Subsequently, the vitrectomy along with injection of sulfur hexafluoride (sf6) gas was done for your retina complication. The reason for incomplete recovery of vision are multiple: (1) the retina may be damaged along with loss of an important layer in it (photoreceptors) (2) the cornea may be damaged (which may resyult in whitening) (3) the optic nerve may have suffered damage which may have caused it to dry up. Thus, to be frank, it would be a good idea to check your eyes and then suggest you any possible treatment alternatives.
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My right eye pupil pain alot once in a week. Or twice in a week. Head never pains but the area of right eye's portion pains alot. Some times head also pain due to eye's paining. I stopped taking medicine of disprin. As I knew it's a eye pain problem. Now please doctor say me. What should I do? Is the right eye pressure increases?

DNB Ophtalmology, MS - Ophthalmology, MBBS, Fellowship in Medical Retina, Fellowship in IOL & Cataract Microsurgery
Ophthalmologist, Faridabad
My right eye pupil pain alot once in a week. Or twice in a week. Head never pains but the area of right eye's portion...
The eye pressure increased or not can be said only after measuring the eye pressure during consultation and examination. There r many causes of eye pain associated with headaches. The correct one may get diagnosed only after a comprehensive eye examination which unfortunately in India many patients don't undergo. by 20 years u should have had at least 5 exams- most people have not had a single one.
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Nmste sir I want a nice body fit please Tell me sir my eyes is red in every week so I help me please Give me advice hair is week please .

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
Nmste sir I want a nice body fit please Tell me sir my eyes is red in every week so I help me please Give me advice h...
To remain healthy and fit, you should follow 3 steps in your life 1. Balanced diet 2. Early morning brisk morning walk for 30 minutes and 10 minutes evening walk after dinner 3. Drink 6-8 glasse of water daily. As 60% of our body is made of water, it acts as a carrier of essential nutrients inside our body. Loosing as little as 5% of body's weight as water can cause headache, fatigue and lower your muscle strength. To stay healthy, an adult should drink at least 8 glasses of water everyday. Balanced diet= 60% carbohydrates + 20% fats + 20% proteins 1. Carbohydrates: our main source of energy. Stored in liver and muscles. Carbohydrates are used the most by our body duringexercise. Hence, it is important for people who exercise regularly to consume a diet rich in carbohydrates. (a) instant/rapid carbohydrates energy sources: banana, milk, sweets, sugarcane juice. (b) slow carbohydrates energy sources: beans, bread, cereals, potato, pulses, rice. 2. Proteins: essential for growth, repair of muscle, skin, hair and body tissues. Protein deficiency leads to low immunity, hairfall, feeling of tiredness. Proteins are not stored in our body as any excess protein is converted to energy or fat. Hence, a person requires protein intake every day. When the body does not get enough carbohydrates to fuel itself, it falls back on protein bank. That is why people who follow starvation diets or go on fasting lose muscle tissue. (a) major protein sources: egg white (white portion), milk, soybeans/soymilk, fish, cheese, tofu. (b) other protein sources: beans with wheat, nuts, curd, yogurt (dahi). 3. Fats: required and healthy when taken in small amounts. Excess fat leads to weight gain, increase in bad cholesterol (ldl) and heartproblems (a) major fats sources: egg yolk (yellow portion), avocados, whole milk, butter, cheese, nuts. (b) other fats sources: corn, vegetable/olive oil, biscuits, flaxseeds (san beej). 4. Vitamins and minerals: critical for normal functioning of organs and processes within our body. They do not provide energy directly but work behind the scenes to break down food into energy. 5. Fiber: it helps retain water and in making our stools softer to avoid constipation. Intake should be 25 to 35 grams a day. 6. Calories: a measure of how much energy food or drink contains. On an average, a man needs around 2, 000 calories a day and a woman 1700 calories a day to maintain his weight and good health. Number varies by person depending upon weight, age and how active the lifestyle is. 7. Guideline: each day have 3 main meals, 2 snacks, 5 pieces of fruit and at least 1 glass of milk. 4. Bramari pranayam or bee breath 1. Close your eyes. Focus on your breathing. 2. Place your thumbs in your ears, your index fingers above your eyebrows, and your remaining along the sides of your nose. Keep each pinky finger near a nostril. 3. Breath in deeply through the nose. First, feel the diaphragm move down, allowing the lungs to expand and forcing the abdomen out; then feel your chest expand with your collar bones rising last. 4. Use your pinkies to partially close each nostril. Keep your lungs filled. 5. Breathe out through the nose while humming. Note that the humming sound should originate in your throat, not as a result of your partially-blocked nostrils. 6. Repeat twenty times. Starting from 5 times in nut-shell, think good, eat good, sleep good andby adopting these 3 point in your life you will remain fit as ever. Homoeopathic medicine------------- euphrasia-cineraria eye drops (sbl) apply in eyes 3 times a day------ nail nd hair-aid tabss (bakson) take 1 tab daily with water for 50 days-------------
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I have read eyes last two days. What procedure I use. Which medicine I use. Pl suggest sir I am waiting for your replay.

AUTLS, CCEDM, MD - Internal Medicine, MBBS
General Physician, Faridabad
I have read eyes last two days. What procedure I use. Which medicine I use. Pl suggest sir I am waiting for your replay.
Get ur eyes examined by opthalmologist first ..it might be infective or allergic conjunctivitis... U may need antibiotic eye drops for the same
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Hii my eyes become red in the evening and maximum yellowish in the day. I have a minor problem of cholesterol. What do I do.

FPRS, DNB Ophtalmology
Ophthalmologist, Pune
Hii my eyes become red in the evening and maximum yellowish in the day. I have a minor problem of cholesterol. What d...
can be commonly due to allergy or infection or dryness, you need to visit nearby eye surgeon to check that. Also get your glass power checked
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Mai ye janna chahta hu ki chasme ka no. Thoda jyada ho to kya faraq pdta h? Jese mera no. -0.25 D h jbki chsme ka -0.50 D h to kya use kr skte?

Fellowship In Comprehensive Ophthalmology, DOMS
Ophthalmologist, Sangrur
Mai ye janna chahta hu ki chasme ka no. Thoda jyada ho to kya faraq pdta h? Jese mera no. -0.25 D h jbki chsme ka -0....
hello if there is no headache or visual problem then for such a small number you need not to wear glasses
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Hello. What are the reason motia bind happen on eyes. How I know motia bind attack on eyes.

MBBS, DOMS, MS - Ophthalmology, Fellowship In Phacoemusification, Senior Consultant Surgeon
Ophthalmologist, Patna
Hello. What are the reason motia bind happen on eyes. How I know motia bind attack on eyes.
Ageing is most important cause of cataract just like our hair become grey & white with advancing age, but there is also cataract since birth called congenital cataract due to some abnormalities in pregnancy, it may also occur after direct injury to eye or indirect injury in head, in diabetic patients if properly not controlled may result into mature cataract within month so diabetic patients are asked to control diabetes to avoid ocular complications eg cataract & diabetic retinopathy, with regards
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Hello. My name is Amit Parmar age 21. My eye contact lens number is +8 in both eyes. I want to remove spectacles. Please give me suggestions.

MBBS, DO, MD - Ophthalmology
Ophthalmologist,
HI, There are many technology available to get rid of glasses. Like Lasik, prk and icl. Before deciding on it. You have to take suitability test on that basis we come to conclusion which is best for you.
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Hello doctors, today I came to know that my father aged around 53 is suffering from Retinopathy. The doc. Told him to take vit c supplements (non chewable) and gave some eye drops for a week. After it he will go for laser in three settings. Since he is suffering from diabetics and had previously diagnosed with CAD. My question is, Does VIT-C increase the chances of heart attack.

MBBS, DNB (General Medicine)
General Physician, Delhi
Hello doctors, today I came to know that my father aged around 53 is suffering from Retinopathy. The doc. Told him to...
Vitamin b and c are water soluble vitamins. Water soluble vitamins are eliminated from the body if there is an excess of these vitamins in the body. So you needn't worry about any side effects of these vitamins. There are absolutely no chance for an heart attack with vit c!
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