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Bhabha Hospital

  4.6  (617 ratings)

General Surgeon Clinic

Beside Railway Station, Belgrami Road, Kurla, Mumbai
1 Doctor · ₹200 · 16 Reviews
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Bhabha Hospital   4.6  (617 ratings) General Surgeon Clinic Beside Railway Station, Belgrami Road, Kurla, Mumbai
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We like to think that we are an extraordinary practice that is all about you - your potential, your comfort, your health, and your individuality. You are important to us and we strive to ......more
We like to think that we are an extraordinary practice that is all about you - your potential, your comfort, your health, and your individuality. You are important to us and we strive to help you in every and any way that we can.
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Bhabha Hospital is known for housing experienced General Surgeons. Dr. Ojas Potdar, a well-reputed General Surgeon, practices in Mumbai. Visit this medical health centre for General Surgeons recommended by 96 patients.

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MON-WED, FRI-SUN
09:00 AM - 05:00 PM

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Beside Railway Station, Belgrami Road, Kurla,
Kurla Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400070
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Dr. Ojas Potdar

DNB GENERAL SURGERY, MBBS, National Board Of Examination
General Surgeon
92%  (521 ratings)
4 Years experience
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I have back pain since Two week. Trying to massage without going to the doctor as I suspected that it was due to the stone in my kidney. What would be the best things to do to remove apart from medication.

DNB GENERAL SURGERY, MBBS, National Board Of Examination
General Surgeon, Mumbai
I have back pain since Two week. Trying to massage without going to the doctor as I suspected that it was due to the ...
Hello sir please get sonography done first of abdomen and pelvis please book audio consult and let me know the reports we can discuss online.
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I think I have phimosis. I am not able to completely retract my foreskin even halfway past the head of the penis. What do I do?

DNB GENERAL SURGERY, MBBS, National Board Of Examination
General Surgeon, Mumbai
I think I have phimosis. I am not able to completely retract my foreskin even halfway past the head of the penis. Wha...
Hello sir you might require circumcision Surgery we can discuss all your queries over phone CONSULT.
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I am a 25 year boy and I have no addiction. Weight 82 and height 5'9" While having sex. I get good erection but I get unbearable pain in my testicles. Please help.

DNB GENERAL SURGERY, MBBS, National Board Of Examination
General Surgeon, Mumbai
I am a 25 year boy and I have no addiction. Weight 82 and height 5'9" While having sex. I get good erection but I get...
Hello sir please go through my article What types of sex problems can men have? — Sex problems in men can include: ●Being unable to get or keep an erection most times you have sex. Doctors call this "impotence" or "erectile dysfunction. ●Having little or no interest in sex. Doctors call this "low libido. ●Ejaculating too soon after sex begins, before they are ready to ejaculate. Doctors call this "premature ejaculation. ●Being unable to ejaculate (even though they can get and keep an erection) What causes sex problems? — Men can have trouble getting or keeping an erection if they have a condition that keeps the penis from getting enough blood. Things that reduce blood flow to the penis can include: ●Getting older ●Diabetes ●High blood pressure ●Smoking ●Drinking alcohol or taking drugs Sex problems can also occur when men feel depressed, worried, or have other things on their mind. Plus, sex problems can be a side effect of certain medicines. For example, medicines to treat depression or heart disease sometimes cause sex problems. Should I see a doctor or nurse? — Yes. Your doctor or nurse can help figure out the cause of your problem. He or she will talk with you, do an exam, and order blood tests. He or she might also order another test, such as a test that measures your night-time erections. How are sex problems treated? — Treatment depends on the cause of the problem and can include: ●Medicines to help you get and keep an erection – Examples of these medicines include sildenafil (sample brand name: Viagra), vardenafil (sample brand name: Levitra), tadalafil (sample brand name: Cialis), and avanafil (sample brand name: Stendra). Follow your doctor's instructions closely when taking these medicines. Also, let your doctor know if you are taking any other medicines. Men who take certain medicines should not take medicines to get an erection. Examples include "nitrates" that are used to treat heart problems, and certain "alpha blockers" that are used to treat an enlarged prostate gland. Some medicines for treating sex problems are sold over the internet. However, these are not always safe, and they can even contain harmful ingredients. ●Devices to help you get and keep an erection – Erection devices work in different ways. Some are implanted into the penis to form an erection. Others work a bit like a vacuum and help pull blood into the penis. ●Hormone treatment – Sex problems can happen when a man's body does not make enough male hormones (testosterone). If your hormone levels are very low, your doctor might treat you with testosterone, which can come in a shot, skin patch, skin gel, or tablet that sticks to your gums. ●Treatment to improve mood – Doctors might prescribe medicines or counseling for men who feel depressed or worried. ●Treatments to delay ejaculation – Doctors can prescribe medicines to keep men from ejaculating too quickly. Some of the medicines used to treat depression work very well for this. Some men also use a method called "pause and squeeze. In this method, a man stops having sex and presses behind the tip of the penis when he feels like he is going to ejaculate. After the feeling goes away, he continues having sex. ●Treatment to help ejaculation problems caused by depression medicines – Sometimes, medicines used to treat depression can make it hard or impossible for a man to ejaculate. Let your doctor know if this happens. He or she can change your dose or your medicine so the problem gets better.
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I have pain in my testicle not all time some while. I'm suffering from it last 2 days. And I have digestion problem also.

DNB GENERAL SURGERY, MBBS, National Board Of Examination
General Surgeon, Mumbai
I have pain in my testicle not all time some while. I'm suffering from it last 2 days. And I have digestion problem a...
Hello sir do you have urine complaints? Get urine routine and sonography of inguinoscrotal region done for indigestion. Take cap acotrust on empty Stomach in the morning we can discuss all this over phone take care.
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How many days it will take to recover from circumcision operation. Is it painful to operate the foreskin. I am suffering from phimosis.

DNB GENERAL SURGERY, MBBS, National Board Of Examination
General Surgeon, Mumbai
How many days it will take to recover from circumcision operation. Is it painful to operate the foreskin. I am suffer...
Hello sir about 2 weeks should be enough for complete recovery from surgery for detailed discussion Don't hesitate to book audio consult Go ahead.
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Hi, I am experiencing pain in my testis sometimes , also one of my testis is slightly bigger than the other. Kindly suggest anything.

DNB GENERAL SURGERY, MBBS, National Board Of Examination
General Surgeon, Mumbai
Hi, I am experiencing pain in my testis sometimes , also one of my testis is slightly bigger than the other. Kindly s...
Hello sir please get sonography done of both side inguinoscrotal region please book audio consult and we can discuss your report! take care.
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In every 10 to 15 days I am getting anal pain and burning. Doctor also checked many times and found no piles they just said its only rashes. I gone through treatment from many doctors for more than 4 to 5 months each but not a single percent improvement. Currently I am using Sucral ano ointment to get some relief but sometimes that too of no use.

DNB GENERAL SURGERY, MBBS, National Board Of Examination
General Surgeon, Mumbai
Hello sir please use anovate cream and practice seitz bath 4 times a day for further queries please feel free to contact me over audio or text consult take care.
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I am suffering with anal fissures from last 6 months, I consult one doctor he gave me Diltiazem cream. I have constipation problem, stool comes hard. After my stool, anus pain coming and it stays around 12 hours with me. Please advise me good medicine for fissure and for stool soft.

DNB GENERAL SURGERY, MBBS, National Board Of Examination
General Surgeon, Mumbai
Hello sir please go through my article What is an anal fissure? — An anal fissure is a tear in the lining of the anus, the opening where your bowel movements come out (figure 1). Anal fissures cause pain, especially during a bowel movement. There is a muscle that wraps around the anus and holds it shut. It is called the "anal sphincter. The sphincter gets tense when the anus is injured. In people with anal fissures, the sphincter goes into spasms, which can lead to further injury. What causes anal fissures? — An anal fissure is most often caused by having a hard, dry bowel movement. What are the symptoms of an anal fissure? — Most people who have an anal fissure feel a tearing, ripping, or burning pain when they have a bowel movement. This pain can last for hours. Some people also bleed slightly when they have a bowel movement. They might see bright red blood on the toilet paper or on the surface of the bowel movement. Some people with an anal fissure also have itching or irritation around the anus. Should I see my doctor or nurse? — Yes. See your doctor or nurse if you bleed when you have a bowel movement. Are there tests I should have? — Your doctor or nurse can check whether you have anal fissure by gently spreading your buttocks apart and looking at your anus. If you have had bleeding, your doctor or nurse might send you for a test called a "sigmoidoscopy" or a similar test called a "colonoscopy" (figure 2). For these tests, the doctor puts a thin tube into your anus and up into your colon. The tube has a camera attached to it, so the doctor can look inside your colon and check for causes of bleeding. The doctor will usually wait until your anal fissure has healed before doing the test. What can I do on my own to help an anal fissure? — You can: ●Eat more fiber – Eating more fiber can help keep your bowel movements soft. Fiber is found in most fruits, vegetables, and whole grains (figure 3). Doctors suggest eating 20 to 35 grams of fiber a day. The nutrition label on packaged foods can show you much fiber you are getting in each serving (figure 4). ●Take a stool softener – Stool softeners are medicines that help make your bowel movements easier to pass. You can buy them without a prescription. One stool softener that is often used is called docusate (sample brand name: Colace). ●Soak your buttocks in a "sitz bath" – Soaking your buttocks in 2 or 3 inches of warm water is called taking a "sitz bath. Do this 2 to 3 times a day for 10 to 15 minutes. Do not add soap, bubble bath, or anything else to the water. Sitz baths help relieve pain and relax the sphincter. How are anal fissures treated? — Treatment for anal fissures involves steps that are similar to the things you can do on your own. For the first month of treatment, doctors recommend that people: ●Take fiber supplements, such as: •Psyllium (sample brand name: Metamucil) •Methylcellulose (sample brand name: Citrucel) •Calcium polycarbophil (sample brand name: FiberCon) •Wheat dextran (sample brand name: Benefiber) ●Take a stool softener, such as docusate (sample brand name: Colace). ●Use nitroglycerin or nifedipine cream, prescription medicines that relax the anal sphincter muscle and help the fissure heal. ●Take sitz baths (see above). If these steps to do not work, doctors can try other treatments, such as: ●Botulinum toxin ("BoTox") – This is a shot that can help the anal sphincter muscle relax and heal. It can help, but it can also cause short-term problems with leaking of gas or bowel movements. ●Surgery – During surgery, the doctor makes a small cut in the sphincter to help it relax. This surgery works in most patients, but doctors offer it only to people who do not get better with other treatments. Surgery can cause lasting problems with leaking of gas or bowel movements. FOR FURTHER QUERIES PLEASE BOOK AUDIO CONSULT TO HELP ME GUIDE YOU MORE TAKE CARE.
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Breast fibroadenoma in both side. Right side larger 7 cm in sonomemogram. Please suggest treatment surgery or other methods.

DNB GENERAL SURGERY, MBBS, National Board Of Examination
General Surgeon, Mumbai
Hello ma'am there is something called as BIRADS Category which is always mentioned on sonomammography report. I would like to know about that first! we can discuss all your doubts over audio consult! take care.
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I am 25 years old and I had an inguinal hernia surgery two years back. I need to know what exercises I can indulge into and what other precautions I need to follow.

DNB GENERAL SURGERY, MBBS, National Board Of Examination
General Surgeon, Mumbai
Hello sir there are no restrictions to exercise after hernia repair Surgery after 1 month. So don't you worry If. You want more help. We can have Audio consult go ahead book one take care.
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