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Unison Medicare and Research Centre

  4.6  (200 ratings)

Internal Medicine Specialist Clinic

Maharukh Mansion, Alibhai Premji Marg, Mumbai
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Unison Medicare and Research Centre   4.6  (200 ratings) Internal Medicine Specialist Clinic Maharukh Mansion, Alibhai Premji Marg, Mumbai
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Unison Medicare and Research Centre offers comprehensive healthcare services for Infectious Diseases and Adult Medicine. It was established in 1995 with the main goal of offering modern u......more
Unison Medicare and Research Centre offers comprehensive healthcare services for Infectious Diseases and Adult Medicine. It was established in 1995 with the main goal of offering modern up-to-date patient care, while keeping the practice holistic, compassionate, and ethical. All services including medical consultation, laboratory, radiology and counseling are offered under one roof and usually all in a single visit. Infectious Diseases is a specialized area of medicine that deals with the management of all kinds of infections including fevers, tropical diseases like malaria, dengue, viral hepatitis (hepatitis B or C for example), TB, and sexually transmitted diseases like HIV. Adult immunization and travel medicine are the other services offered here. This center is really proud of its family of patients and staff, with almost 10,000 patients having benefited; and we successfully strive to ensure that this family keeps growing healthier and happier with every passing year.
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Unison Medicare and Research Centre is known for housing experienced Internal Medicine Specialists. Dr. Trupti Gilada, a well-reputed Internal Medicine Specialist, practices in Mumbai. Visit this medical health centre for Internal Medicine Specialists recommended by 87 patients.

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MON-WED, FRI-SAT
09:30 AM - 06:00 PM
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09:30 AM - 12:30 PM

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Maharukh Mansion, Alibhai Premji Marg,
Grant Road East Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400007
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Hearing that a person is HIV positive instantly makes us wary of him or her and unconsciously we ...

Hearing that a person is HIV positive instantly makes us wary of him or her and unconsciously we may begin avoiding social interactions with them. However, HIV does not spread through the air or by water health and hence there is no reason to ostracize HIV positive people.

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Dr. Trupti Gilada

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, Fellowship in Infectious Diseases, Fellowship in HIV/AIDS
Internal Medicine Specialist
92%  (200 ratings)
9 Years experience
1500 at clinic
₹700 online
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MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, Fellowship in Infectious Diseases, Fellowship in HIV/AIDS
Internal Medicine Specialist, Mumbai
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Hearing that a person is HIV positive instantly makes us wary of him or her and unconsciously we may begin avoiding social interactions with them. However, HIV does not spread through the air or by water health and hence there is no reason to ostracize HIV positive people.

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Did I see any report cases of HIV antigen antibody HIV test means duo combo test after 8 months of exposure negative will turn to positive in future what is the accuracy of HIV duo combo test accuracy after 8 months of exposure?

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, Fellowship in Infectious Diseases, Fellowship in HIV/AIDS
Internal Medicine Specialist, Mumbai
Did I see any report cases of HIV antigen antibody HIV test means duo combo test after 8 months of exposure negative ...
HIV Ag/Ab test from a reliable lab is pretty accurate at 8 months post exposure. If you have had no other exposure after that, you re not going to test positive now. So dont worry at all.
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I am a 26 year old female and positive.I Haven't been on ART. I discovered in 2016. Is there really a cure because I don't intend to take ART. I want something that could take it away completely.

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, Fellowship in Infectious Diseases, Fellowship in HIV/AIDS
Internal Medicine Specialist, Mumbai
I am a 26 year old female and positive.I Haven't been on ART. I discovered in 2016. Is there really a cure because I ...
Dear Young Lady, The ART available now is affordable and with negligible side effects and so effective that you will lead a quality and length of life comparable to an HIV negative person. Moreover, persons on regular ART do not transmit disease to their partners or their children. The number of pills each day is just one or two. HIV is just like diabetes or blood pressure where one will not be cured of the disease but the condition is kept under good control with medications. So please do not deprive yourself of good treatment available and also do not fall for anyone who claims that they can "cure" HIV. This is still not available anywhere in the world but your life time will definitely see a cure at some point. Until then, ART is your best option. Please contact us on a private chat and we will be more than happy to consult you on the best options available after understanding your disease in more detail. You have a bright life ahead of you- we want to help you take good care of it. All the best!
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Hello, I'm 26 years female. I did oral sex twice last year with my boy friend. I'm HIV negative. Now my marriage is fixed with some other boy by my family. Is it safe for me? The oral taken pre cum remains in body for how many time? Is the new sex relationship with my husband safe for me? I'm worried about any type of sperm computability which cause HIV? Please help me.

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, Fellowship in Infectious Diseases, Fellowship in HIV/AIDS
Internal Medicine Specialist, Mumbai
Hello, I'm 26 years female. I did oral sex twice last year with my boy friend. I'm HIV negative. Now my marriage is f...
Oral sex does not transmit HIV. Moreover, if you have tested HIV negative 3 months after the episode, you must be reassured that you are HIV negative. Please do not worry at all. I would just advise you to also get yourself tested for Syphilis, Hepatitis B and C. In the same way, it is also a good idea to convince your fiancee to get these tests done before you get married. All the best.
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Hi Doctor, First of all this is for my wife as she suffers with a very serious health issue. She goes through a crucial period usually (22nd to 5th) every month until her menstruation cycle starts, and during this time she suffers with an excruciating pain in her lower abdominal on the right end, the nature of which has changed a little bit over past 2 years. Actually it used to be very mild back in 2014 - 2015 (before Marriage), just once or twice in 2 to 3 months. But it's severity started increasing gradually after marriage and until 2016 it was very random, used to occur any time during the month. In mid 2015, we consulted a Gastroenterologist thinking that it would be related to stomach, after some observations and ultrasound of the target area, he came to the conclusion that its IBS (Irresistible Bowl Syndrome) which at that time we believed having no idea that it might be related to gynecology. He wrote few medicines completely based on his assumptions. However, after consuming those medicines it gave a certain degree of relieve though but had a side-effect. I started causing a white thick vaginal discharge which was very uncomfortable so she stopped taking those medicines. We didn't go back to that doctor again. We then visited a Gynaecologist, she did some observations and didn't find anything wrong in this area and then she suggested to consult a Gastroenterologist. We again visited a Gastroenterologist, he asked us to conduct an MRI of the whole abdominal which we did and when shown him the report, everything was normal. Around mid 2016 to 2017 it began to change its behaviour. As mentioned, earlier it used to occur any time during the month but now it started occurring during a specific period of time i.e. From 25th to 5th Each month. I would stop just when the menstruation cycle start. The severity of the pain also started increasing very rapidly. She explained me it felt like someone is piercing needle inside the stomach. The frequency of pain in a day also started increasing, earlier it used to happen once or twice a day but later it starting occurring once every 2 to 3 hours. When the pain comes, it would last around 5 to 10 mins and then would go. Putting a hot water bottle right on the pain area gives a bit of relief. Also, in the past the pain used to trigger after eating something very cold (like ice-cream) but that stopped happening later. Then we went to another Gynaecologist, after some observations based on the details given about the pain, she performed lower abdominal ultrasound and she said that there is tremendous amount of infection developed and she came to the conclusion that it's PID (Pelvic Inflammatory Disease). The doctor gave some medicines and also several injections to reduce the infection. This continued for about 3 month and on every next visits she performed the ultrasound which, as per her observations, showed the infection was coming down. However when on the following visits she started giving expensive injections with the justifications that it's for eliminating the infection, we suspected that she is only earning money out of our desperation to get rid of pain. Then we visited another Gynaecologist, told her all about what we went through and also about the finding of previous doctor that my wife has PID, she gave us plethora of lab tests and after seeing all the reports she rubbished the PID finding by previous doctor saying usually when a doctor doesn't find correct root cause of such issues they term it PID. Based on her findings, she said that my wife has black ovary where too many eggs are releasing but they are not getting ruptured as soon as they are supposed to be which is causing the pain. Based on this finding she gave few medicines to take but it didn't give the expected results. She then gave up and despite conducting so many tests and seeing all the report she didn't find anything out of the order and referred us to a general physician. Our hopes shattered there because the general physician asked us to have a CT scan done. That's when we realized we are just being exploited. So, even after consulting about 6-7 Gynaecologist and 2 Gastro the end result was a big Zero. My wife still suffers with the same amount of pain. I know my question is very long but I couldn't encapsulate it in a small paragraph because the situation needed to be told in detail. I anyone could please advise us or figure out the root cause of this pain we will really be indebted to you for our whole life.

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, Fellowship in Infectious Diseases, Fellowship in HIV/AIDS
Internal Medicine Specialist, Mumbai
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First of all this is for my wife as she suffers with a very serious health issue.
She goes through a cruci...
I read that long note just thinking that someone does seem to have some major problem. Although I agree with you that you probably were exploited (because 'full body scans' are not usually part of good clinical practice), I want you to be glad that at least there doesn't seem to be a major illness. Although, it would help to see some of her reports, there are some questions I have about her complaints and I will try to suggest to you some way forward. Don't worry- there definitely has to be a solution to every problem and you shall find it. May be able to help you over a private chat.
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I had unprotected sex on 22nd July 2018. Can you please advise when should I go for HIV test?

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, Fellowship in Infectious Diseases, Fellowship in HIV/AIDS
Internal Medicine Specialist, Mumbai
I had unprotected sex on 22nd July 2018. Can you please advise when should I go for HIV test?
Hello- since you may still be within 72 hours of your exposure, you may benefit from Post-exposure prophylaxis which are medicines to prevent HIV infection after high-risk exposure. For the same, I will need to understand your history in more detail over a private consult and then see the best way forward.
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I had unprotected sex with prostitute without condom. After 26 days I had tested vdrl, hsv, hiv rna pcr tests all are negative. After 150 days (5 months) vdrl, HBV, HIV 1&2- --the results are negative After 190 days (6 and half months) HSV (1gG, 1gM), western blot test, vdrl, urine tests the results are negative. Small bumps on my penis am safe or not Is there any chances the results are positive in future. I am so embraced Roof of the mouth small sores are.

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, Fellowship in Infectious Diseases, Fellowship in HIV/AIDS
Internal Medicine Specialist, Mumbai
I had unprotected sex with prostitute without condom. After 26 days I had tested vdrl, hsv, hiv rna pcr tests all are...
Small bumps on your genitals may be either a sexually transmitted disease or nothing at all. You definitely seem to be safe from HIV, Hep B and Syphilis. The rest can be commented upon more detailed history and findings. But don't worry- STDs are treatable. Can help you more on a private consult.
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Hello, I have problem found as hepatitis c in my medical test (based on Oman country report). I want to be cured at Max cure hospital for medical test again. Doctor Reports: doctor written test 1) LFT, 2) HCV-RNA Qualitative PCR, 3) HCV-Genotyping, 4)Hepatitis c virus RNA PCR Quantitative. Report Got: 1,2,3. Pending Report: 4. Doctor mediation: VelaSoaf. Please suggest me what I have to do and what treatment should I go for? How much time will it take tol get positive-to-negative report?

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, Fellowship in Infectious Diseases, Fellowship in HIV/AIDS
Internal Medicine Specialist, Mumbai
Hello, I have problem found as hepatitis c in my medical test (based on Oman country report). I want to be cured at M...
The investigations and treatment look OK to me. It takes 12 weeks for your disease to be under control. But I want you to understand that the test they do as a part of medical screening is a Hepatitis C antibody test and this test may not become negative at all even if you are cured of the disease. Based on your Hepatitis C viral load after 12/24 weeks, we will have to give you a special clearance stating that your disease is cured and you will not transmit the disease to anybody else. No one can promise you a positive-to negative report. Can offer more help over private chat. Thanks.
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What are the chances of HIV if someone accidentally licks the blood of lips during kissing with a prostitute?

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, Fellowship in Infectious Diseases, Fellowship in HIV/AIDS
Internal Medicine Specialist, Mumbai
What are the chances of HIV if someone accidentally licks the blood of lips during kissing with a prostitute?
Oral sex carries almost no risk of HIV transmission. The virus in the blood is killed by substances in saliva and stomach.
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I am married, I came to know that I am hiv positive My wife is negative, I can have sexual intercourse with him or her. When I am having sex, I will take care that my semen does not fall in the vagina when the semen exits the penis If the semen exits, then what is the risk of getting it cleared?

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, Fellowship in Infectious Diseases, Fellowship in HIV/AIDS
Internal Medicine Specialist, Mumbai
I am married, I came to know that I am hiv positive My wife is negative, I can have sexual intercourse with him or he...
If you are HIV positive and not on HIV treatment, you can transmit infection to your partner if you do not use a condom. Please do not do so not that you know your HIV status. If you are put on the right medications, your wife/partner will be safe from disease in a matter of few months. I am happy to answer your questions in detail and provide the guidance needed- I will need to know a few things about your health and history over a private chat/consult. No one needs to die or fall sick because of the disease any more- Be assured that both your and your partners life will be normal.
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