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Dr. Gian Prakash Malik

Internal Medicine Specialist, Mohali

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To provide my patients with the highest quality healthcare, I'm dedicated to the newest advancements and keep up-to-date with the latest health care technologies....more
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Dr. Gian Prakash Malik is a popular Internal Medicine Specialist in Sector 56, Mohali. Doctor is currently associated with Max Superspeciality Hospital in Sector 56, Mohali. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Gian Prakash Malik on Lybrate.com.

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Near Civil Hospital, Phase-VI, Sector 56A, Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar, Punjab 160055Mohali Get Directions
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Mera bohut thand lagi hai. Aur thora sa bhukar bhi hai. I am in traveling now so please tell what can I do. For recover for this situation. please Aur thora sa sarir bhi dard kar rahi hai.

MD - General Medicine
General Physician, Delhi
Mera bohut thand lagi hai. Aur thora sa bhukar bhi hai. I am in traveling now so please tell what can I do. For recov...
Take tab sinarest twice daily after having food. Do warm water gargles daily twice. Avoid eating cold food and beverage. Drink lots of liquids and water.
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What is the pain-free option for physiotheraphy. My left hand was in a cast for 6 weeks and now I want to make it straight. What are other options?

MPTh/MPT
Physiotherapist, Mumbai
Post traumatic stiffness does not have pain free option. Ask physiotherapist to start mobilisation as soon as possible, you may ask him to go slow on you so that you feel less pain, but doing this it may take longer for you to get full range.
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Hair Transplant - Aspects You Must Be Aware Of!

MBBS, MS- Surgery, MCh - Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Cosmetic/Plastic Surgeon, Delhi
Hair Transplant - Aspects You Must Be Aware Of!

Who doesn't love a head full of thick, lush and healthy hair? It not only enhances our appearance, but also makes us look and feel young and spirited. So naturally, losing hair in copious amounts or going bald can be a nightmare for many. But with the hair transplant procedure, you can easily get a head full of hair and regain your confidence.

Hair transplant revolves around the surgical removal of hair follicles from a donor site of a body to a balding patch which is called the recipient site. The process is minimally invasive, and grafts containing hair follicles which are resistant to balding, are transplanted to the bald spot. This method is also used for restoring eyebrows, eyelashes, chest hair, beard hair, pubic hair and for filling in accident or surgical scars.

Here is a closer look at how hair transplant is conducted:

After cleaning your scalp, the surgeon will inject a medicine to make the back of your head numb.

He will then either follow the Follicular Unit Strip Surgery (FUSS) or Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) to implement the transplantation.

FUSS procedure: In FUSS, the surgeon will remove a strip of skin, 6 to 10 inches in length, from the back of your head. He will then sew back that portion of the scalp, and it will be hidden by the hair surrounding it. Next, the removed skin strip will be divided into 500 to 2000 minute grafts, with each containing a single hair or a couple of hairs. The type and number of grafts will be based on your hair quality, type, color and the dimensions of the recipient site.

Advantages: This procedure is generally priced on a per graft basis, so the patient only pays for what he needs rather than a flat rate that could end up costing more.

Disadvantages: Some patients report more pain and discomfort with the FUSS procedure due to swelling where the strip of tissue was removed. FUSS also typically results in scars on the back of the head.

FUE procedure: In FUE, the surgeon will shave the back of your scalp and remove the follicles one by one. The concerned area will heal with small dots and the surrounding hair will conceal it.

FUE technique is the latest and has least complication rates. It is one of the most widely accepted method of hair transplantation due to less bleeding, no linear scarring, faster recovery and better cosmetic acceptability of donor area.

Advantages: Hair follicles can be removed from anywhere, so a whole patch does not need to be taken from one area. This allows the donor area to retain fullness. Furthermore, there is no scarring and healing occurs much quicker. There is also very little discomfort compared to FUSS.

Disadvantages: FUE hair transplant surgery can be slightly more expensive than FUSS, but it does depend on each patient.

In both the methods of transplant, after the graft is prepared, the surgeon will clean and numb the area where the hair needs to be transplanted to. He will then create slits or holes with a needle or scalpel and carefully place each graft in each hole. It might take 4 to 8 hours for the entire procedure to be conducted. And if you want thicker hair, more sessions might be required.

Here is a look at the other aspects of hair transplantation:

Recovery: Your scalp maybe tender post surgery and you may require pain medicines for quite some time. Antibiotics and anti-inflammatory drugs may also be prescribed. You will be able to get back to work in 2 to 5 days after the procedure.

What to expect: Though in 2 to 3 weeks after the surgical process, your transplanted hair will fall off, you will notice new hair growth in a few months. Often, 60-80% hair grow back in 6-8 months.

Risks: Bleeding, infections, scarring and unnatural hair growth are some of the risks associated with hair transplantation. When new hair begins to grow, some people complain of inflammation of the hair follicles, but this can be resolved with medication.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Hello doctor I am Divya. I am very weak and lazy please get the best schedule of my diet Thank you so much.

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General Physician, Alappuzha
You have to check your blood for anemia and hypothyroidism and if needed take medication. If normal eat good food and drink lot of water
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Hello Dr. AM a girl of 20 years a medical student. I need your help as my family environment is not good. My parents are not happy with each other from day one of their marriage. They fight alot my father use very rough and abusive language. Bt still we live together under one roof. I have lost my all patience my concentration on studies. Can not help it. All day I keep on thinking about this become frustrated all the time. I really don't want to become such an irritated and dumb personality. Becoming lazy day by day can not remember things can not take decisions anymore. please help me give me some solution or suggestion so as to come out of this depression. please I need it to save my life.

Diploma in Family Medicine, M.Sc - Psychotherapy
Sexologist, Pune
Hello Dr. AM a girl of 20 years a medical student. I need your help as my family environment is not good. My parents ...
Ms. Lybrate-user. If your parents are always fighting and still living together it is possible their marriage is not in danger of breaking up. Learn to ignore and concentrate on your studies. If you think the environment is getting on to you, move to a hostel or paying guest facility for your studies. That way you can space out and be more independent. Socialise with your friends more often and talk about any thing but the home matters.
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Sir mai apna weight 60 kg karna chata hu aur mai running be kartu mera weight kinne time vich reduce hoyuga and mainu diet kehri chiaye aur is ke ilawa aur mai kya kru jis nall mere height aur increase hove.

M.D. Consultant Pathologist, CCEBDM Diabetes, PGDS Sexology USA, CCMTD Thyroid, ACDMC Heart Disease, CCMH Hypertension, ECG
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Sir mai apna weight 60 kg karna chata hu aur mai running be kartu mera weight kinne time vich reduce hoyuga and mainu...
Take small frequent meal containing full plate of salad before each meal and Missi roti without fat over them. Chew well and eat slowly. Fruits in between meal. Brisk walking daily and kg cut powder. Take powder 30 min before dinner Contact me.
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Hi is cervical spondylosis a cause of vertigo. Or is it due to ear issues. I have neck pain n bilateral chronic eardrum perforation and this imbalance/ dizzy feeling is happening from 2-3 week mostly after I stand for sometime or I bend my head/ neck.

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ENT Specialist, Gandhinagar
Hi is cervical spondylosis a cause of vertigo. Or is it due to ear issues. I have neck pain n bilateral chronic eardr...
yes it can be due to cervical spondylosis and ear drum perforation also....Dizziness or giddiness is usually due to ear labyrinthine problem. Anti vertigo tabs and vitamin B 12 can help you. You require to go for Ear examination. Pure tone and Impedence audiometry, may require CT scan and stepping test( cranio corpography) to come to proper diagnosis.
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I am suffering with hemophilia a I my factor level is 1.1 please suggest me how I can maintain fitness.

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Sexologist, Sri Ganganagar
I am suffering with hemophilia a I my factor level is 1.1 please suggest me how I can maintain fitness.
Avoid isolated muscle exercise with heavy weights. Avoid risky sports. If you exercise at day times infuse your prophylaxis at regular intervals in morning to protect you during the days.
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I am 66 years old woman ,my weight is 70 kg. only i want to loose my weight. . no sugar. no pressure problem.

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Delhi
You should consults dietitian n take proper meal gudiance n do physical exercise like gym n yoga n fallow dis diets morning green tea n breakfast milk cornflakes n midmorning fruits juice n in lunch 2 Chapati+dal+ vegetables and salad n evening take tea n roasted channa n dinner same as lunch
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My daughter is 5 years old from two days shes got high fever, stomach pain and headache. She vomits anything we feed her. What should I do?

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine Specialist, Faridabad
My daughter is 5 years old from two days shes got high fever, stomach pain and headache. She vomits anything we feed ...
avoid to feed her. give her syp. emeset 5 ml twice a day. syp. crocin 5 ml thrice a day. syp. meftal spas 5 ml twice a day. give her juice, coconut water, lassi for one day. feeding try on next day.
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