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Dear Dr. Every step I take causes a JERK in my head. I feel the same when I try to fork meat, or shake off the excess water on my toothbrush. I’ve completely stopped going outside and cannot dare to cross the road for fear of falling down. What could be the cause of this strange feeling? Could it be? GH3 Pro sold by the Antiaging Store With a combination of Zilarbi 40 (Azilsartan) and/ or Amlodipine 2.5? With best regards Sidney D’Souza My medical history: Last year. Last year I was on the following medication:- 1) Coversyl 4 mg (Perindopril) for Hypertension 2) Rozucor 5 mg (Fenofibrate, Rosuvastatin) to lower Cholesterol 3) Gluconorm SR 500 (Metformin) for Type II diabetes. During this time I took GH3 Pro for around 3 months and felt marvelous. Https://theantiaging. Store/products/544-gh3-pro. Html This Year: This year I once again began taking GH3 Pro since 14 June 2018 – 1 Tablet per day (However this year in addition to Coversyl 4 mg (Perindopril) I was also taking Amlodipine 2.5 mg since 9 April 2018) 4) On 02 July 2018 since my Blood Pressure was found higher a doctor asked me to take Zilarbi 40 (Azilsartan) and to stop Coversyl - 4 mg (Perindopril) Since around 13 July 2018 I began experiencing Jerks in my head. Hence I immediately stopped GH3 Pro. On 17 July 2018 I went to another doctor who prescribed:- 5) Aztolet (Atorvastatin, Clopidogrel) and 6) CATCHNIL (Magnesium citrate 800 MG+Vitamin D3 1000 IU+Vitamin E 200 IU+Zinc sulphate 37.5 MG) 7) Nurite Active (L-methylfolate 1 MG+Mecobalamin 1500 MCG+Pyridoxal 5-phosphate 3 MG) On 14 Aug 2018 - To rule out any interference, I went back to my previous doctor and he stopped all the new medicines and put me back to Coversyl - 4 mg (+1 mg) = 5 mg of Perindopril + Rozucor 5 mg (Fenofibrate, Rosuvastatin) The JERKS still continue. On 16 July 2018 I wrote to the Antiaging store inquiring about taking GH3Pro with Zilarbi 40 (Azilsartan) but they replied that I should ask a local doctor.

Dr.Jayvirsinh Chauhan 94% (33886ratings)
MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
Dear Dr. Every step I take causes a JERK in my head. I feel the same when I try to fork meat, or shake off the excess...
There are various causes. Like medicines, hypertesion, ear problems. Etc. You can consult me for homeopathic treatment.
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I am a 56 years old menopausal female having hypothyroidism and hypertension. I take AMTAS AT in the morning and COVERSYL AM 4/5 in the night. But I am extremely uncomfortable. Is this combination ok? My BP is more or less stable now. I have changed these medicines since a month. I also have a lot of muscle pain, specially legs. My BP would shoot up to 180/100. One other doctor has suggested to take OLMESAR H 20 in the evening instead of COVERSYL AM 4/5. I am confused. My triglycerides are 196.

Dr.Rajiv Bajaj 94% (2923ratings)
MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, DM - Cardiology, Fellowship in EP
Cardiologist, Delhi
I am a 56 years old menopausal female having hypothyroidism and hypertension. I take AMTAS AT in the morning and COVE...
There is tendency for temporary weakness when BP is treated effectively. Weakness should normalize soon. You have amlodipine in both your combination pills. Not a problem but your Dr. should make note of same. Do not change to olmi 20 + H at present. Olmisartan is similar to coversyl. I will be too strong when combined with other medicines. Triglycerides 196 is due to sugar and starch in diet. Change to balanced traditional diet. It is much healthier that the modern restricted diet. Best wishes.
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I am Using AMTAS M50 tablet for my hypertension. Doctor prescribed me to use for a lifetime, I am using this tablet from more that 3 years Does I have to use this for my life term.

Dr.Rajiv Kumar Srivastava 88% (144ratings)
M.Ch - Cardio Thoracic Surgery, MS - General Surgery, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
Cardiologist, Durgapur
I am Using AMTAS M50 tablet for my hypertension. Doctor prescribed me to use for a lifetime, I am using this tablet f...
Change your life style, low salt, fat free diet, reduce your tension and gradually wean off medicines.
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PRP For Anti-Ageing!

Dr.Jagatjit Singh Kohli 87% (261ratings)
MBBS, DHMS-Harvard, Masters in Clinical Dermatology
Dermatologist, Chandigarh
PRP For Anti-Ageing!

Platelet Rich Plasma or PRP is a futuristic, natural and non – surgical concept of regenerative medicine. It adopts a modern approach of revitalizing the skin. PRP therapy helps to reduce the signs of aging, lessen acne and decrease fine lines & wrinkles without any surgery, Botox or fillers.

Here are the five benefits of a PRP therapy for Anti-Aging

  1. Absolutely Natural Procedure
    Because the plasma used in this procedure is derived from your own body, it is a completely natural procedure. No artificial chemicals or substances are used to process.
  2. No Surgery
    No invasion is involved in this procedure. The doctor would only give you a topical or local anaesthetic to numb the area. Then your own processed blood, which is now platelet rich plasma, is injected into your affected areas of your face using an insulin syringe.
  3. Completely Safe
    Since the plasma that is injected in skin is taken from your body only; therefore there are no risks or side effects of this procedure. Nor there are any non-compatibility allergies. Some patients have mild swelling, bruises or redness that goes away within 24 hours. So this is a completely safe procedure.
  4. No Recovery Time
    PRP therapy for anti-aging is a simple and non complicated procedure. The treatment takes around 30 minutes. After the treatment, you can leave the clinic & continue with your daily routine for the rest of the day.
  5. Long Lasting Results
    The results of PRP are long lasting. A patient needs to undergo 3 to 4 PRP sessions. After you undergo one session, the other session is scheduled after 3 to 4 weeks although some patient might need a maintenance session once a year. But the results are visible and last for years.

So if you are suffering from wrinkles, fine lines, acne or signs of aging, PRP is the perfect solution for you.

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How Often You Must Get the PRP Treatment Done?

Dr.Sunakshi Singh 89% (164ratings)
MD - Dermatology, MBBS
Dermatologist, Delhi
How Often You Must Get the PRP Treatment Done?

If there is one thing that men and women dread the most, it is hair loss and hair fall problems. In the last decade or so, the number of young men and women suffering from severe hair loss is quite alarming. The hair fall, which may be an outcome of stress, anxiety, hormonal imbalance, genetics, medical conditions, unhealthy habits, poor diet or lack of a proper hair care routine, can make life miserable and embarrassing. People try out every possible treatment to deal with the problem. In this regard, the PRP or the Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy comes as a revelation.

The Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy is a path-breaking, nonsurgical and natural option that treats the conditions of severe hair loss through hair, scalp, and skin simulations, as per the requirements. The procedure for PRP are as follows:

  • The plasma contains the platelets. The platelets are important as they not only heal but also helps in regeneration
  • of the damaged tissues.
  • The first step involves extracting the blood of the person undergoing the PRP Therapy.
  • Next step is the centrifugation step. Centrifugation helps to obtain the platelet rich plasma (which gets separated from the blood during the centrifugation process).
  • The patients are given anesthesia at the scalp (mainly the nerves) to ease the pain.
  • The platelet rich plasma is then carefully injected into the scalp of the patient to initiate the hair restoration.

The PRP therapy channelizes on the fact that the growth factors present in the platelet rich plasma will act as a catalyst, triggering the stimulation and growth of the hair follicles

Some of the growth factors that help in the hair restoration are as follows

  • Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor (responsible for the formation of blood vessels).
  • Platelet-Derived Growth Factor (triggers the growth of blood vessels along with cell replication as well as the formation of the skin).
  • Epidermal Growth Factor (involved in the formation of blood vessels and collagen along with the growth and differentiation of the cell).
  • Insulin Like Growth Factor (this growth factor is mainly involved in the regulation of the normal cell physiology).

For better and effective results, the therapy is repeated at every 3 - 4 months interval.

  • As impressive and fruitful as it may sound, the PRP Therapy is a big no for people dealing with certain medical conditions such as cancer, platelet dysfunction syndromes, hypofibrinogenemia, severe and chronic skin problems, severe liver disorders, sepsis, hemodynamic instability, or acute and prolonged infections.
  • People who are into drinking, smoking or drug abuse should also avoid the PRP Therapy.
  • PRP fails to provide the desired results in the case of complete baldness.

Advantages:

  1. The PRP therapy that has benefitted many people worldwide comes with the following advantages
  2. PRP Therapy is non-invasive and natural with a faster recovery.
  3. The Therapy is less time consuming and is quite safe.
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Can PRP Help In Vaginal Rejuvenation?

Dr.Inthu M 95% (4733ratings)
MBBS, M.S Obstetrics & Gynaecology, F.MAS FELLOWSHIP IN MINIMAL ACCESS SURGERY, D. MAS Dipolma in MINIMAL ACCESS SURGERY, FICRS, Fellowship in COSMETIC GYNAECOLOGY, Diploma in advanced Laparoscopy for Urogynaecology & Gynaec oncology, Basic training course in minimal invasive surgery in Gynaecology, Basics of Colposcopy, Fellowship in Cosmetic Gynaecology, Certificate course in diagnostic ultrasound imaging, Certificate of hands on training in hysteroscopy, Certificate course in diabetes, Fellowship in assisted reproductive technology, Certificate program in aesthetic Medicine, Certificate of operative Hysteroscopy, Certificate course in clinical embryology
Gynaecologist, Chennai
Can PRP Help In Vaginal Rejuvenation?

Vaginal rejuvenation is gaining more popularity by the day. Pregnancy, childbirth, menopause can disfigure a woman’s genital area. Not only does her vagina undergo changes but several medical conditions may creep in as well. Ailments such as vaginal atrophy, lack of lubrication, sexual dysfunction might affect a woman’s sexual health, and can even trigger insecurities and melancholy.

But, there are ways you can undo these issues with vaginal rejuvenation through PRP.

What triggers Changes in the Vagina? 

A woman’s vagina goes through tremendous changes prompted by a changing concoction of hormones owing to pregnancy, delivering a child the traditional way. Moreover, even menopause can cause dramatic changes to her private parts. Childbirth can stretch out her vaginal canal. Hormonal imbalance can lead to vaginal dryness or atrophy. All of this may make sexual activities painful. This is when a woman should consider vaginal rejuvenation.

What is Vaginal Rejuvenation?

Vaginal rejuvenation is a process when a doctor will use therapy to treat the vaginal condition that you have been diagnosed with or to enhance the appearance of your vagina that may have suffered disfigurement with age.

Non-surgical PRP Vaginal Rejuvenation -

Vaginal rejuvenation does not have to be performed through surgery. There are minimally invasive ways to do it. One such very popular procedure is Plasma Rich Platelet treatment.

PRP for Vaginal Rejuvenation -

Your doctor or gynaecologist will first draw blood from you. Then this blood will be treated until there is only concentrates plasma containing proteins left in it. These proteins trigger growth and cell repair.

The PRP is injected into the vagina (wall of the vagina or the clitoris). This speeds up the generation of stem cells. New tissues are created that eradicate the problem of scars and loose skin.

Moreover, PRP injection also boosts secretion of collagen and elastin- both are instrumental for supple and flexible skin.

It also enhances the sensitivity of both the vagina and the clitoris. This makes a woman more responsive during sex that means an end to the problem of lack of arousal.

You can observe visible results in around a year.

PRP treatment is one of your best bets when it comes to vaginal rejuvenation. It is a safe and highly effective procedure.

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Vaginal PRP - Why To Go For It?

Dr.Abha Gupta 89% (153ratings)
MBBS, Post Graduate Diploma in Maternity and Child Health (PGDMCH)
Gynaecologist, Chandigarh
Vaginal PRP - Why To Go For It?

 

Hormones are directly responsible for the health of the human vagina. The levels of the female hormones oestrogen and progesterone change all throughout a woman’s life. When she reaches perimenopause and after her menopause, these two hormones can no longer promote the vagina’s health. As a result, the mucus wall of the vagina called the vaginal mucosa thins and loses its elasticity. This, in turn, leads to dryness of the vagina and loss of its tone. What is even more worrying is a disruption of the hormone cycle causes a loss of libido and sexual arousal, reduces the sensitivity of both the vagina and the clitoris. This is another reason why the vagina remains stubbornly dry.

Yet another complication that stems from an altered hormone cycle is urinary incontinence (UI). There are four kinds of UI-

Stress Incontinence: a small amount of urine seeps through the bladder during coughing, sneezing or laughter.

• Urge Incontinence: urine leaks out when the person is resting or sleeping.

• Mixed Incontinence: this syndrome combines both stress and urges incontinence.

• Overflow Incontinence: the person is unable to hold in urine when the bladder is full.

In such cases, doctors prescribe a procedure that rejuvenates the vagina that will revoke urinary incontinence and solve the problem of dryness of the vagina. This procedure is PRP treatment.

What is PRP?

PRP procedure means injecting Platelet Rich Plasma into the walls of the vagina or into the clitoris. This plasma is extracted from the person’s own blood and once injected, it triggers multiplication of cells. PRP releases certain growth promoters that trigger the production of collagen and elastic in that thicken the mucous membrane. As a result, during sexual arousal, the vaginal wall becomes receptive to stimulation and starts secreting mucous that takes care of the dryness complaint. It also enhances clitoral sensitivity allowing heightened sexual pleasure and drive. Once the problem of vaginal dryness has been addressed, the woman can once again experience orgasms.

For treatment of Urinary Incontinence, the Platelet Rich Plasma is injected into the urethra. There it triggers the generation of stem cells which aids in the repair of tissues and if necessary new tissues are produced around the urethra and the bladder that help in greater bladder control. This does not allow small amounts of urine to leak through. Vaginal dryness and urinary incontinence can deliver a severe blow to a woman’s sexual drive as well as her confidence. But, PRP treatment can restore her vagina to its original health and help her return to her normal lifestyle.

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My friend 21 years old yesterday he took 5 mg amlodipine *25=125 mg amlodipine. Now what we can do for him? please suggest me.

Dr.Rajiv Bajaj 94% (2923ratings)
MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, DM - Cardiology, Fellowship in EP
Cardiologist, Delhi
My friend 21 years old yesterday he took 5 mg amlodipine *25=125 mg amlodipine. Now what we can do for him? please su...
Keep him in hospital for 3 days, should be fine if they clean out his stomach and provide supportive care.
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Hello. Firm or hard subcutaneous nodules under my forearm skin. Non movable. No color in the skin. No fever. They developed some years ago. Current medication, perindopril for hypertension. My mother has those subcutaneous firm nodules. Wondering what are those? Thanks a lot! beatriz.

Dr.Prakhar Singh 93% (8190ratings)
MBBS, Basic Life Support (B.L.S), Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Fellow of Academy of General Education (FAGE)
General Physician, Delhi
Hello. Firm or hard subcutaneous nodules under my forearm skin. Non movable. No color in the skin. No fever. They dev...
I am sorry to hear about your concern but will be happy to assist you. Hard, small bumps on the forearm are most commonly caused by skin conditions that form cysts, warts, or abscess. A hard, painful lump on the forearm can be caused by trauma from an injury, or even an insect bite. Other less common causes include fatty tissue growth that forms a hard lump under the skin of the forearm. Let's connect over a call so that we can discuss your concern in details and make a suitable treatment plan for you.
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Tell me about prp treatment and suggest some best hospitals for PRP treatment in Hyderabad.

Dr.Sajeev Kumar 92% (39992ratings)
C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
Tell me about prp treatment and suggest some best hospitals for PRP treatment in Hyderabad.
Platelet-rich plasma ( PRP ) injections bathe troubled cells in a concentrated mixture of platelets from your own blood. Platelets are involved in clotting and wound healing, and so the more-is-better hope is that they'll stimulate healing “naturally” — regenerative medicine, supposedly.
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