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Dr. Ali Asgar

General Surgeon, Mumbai

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I pride myself in attending local and statewide seminars to stay current with the latest techniques, and treatment planning....more
I pride myself in attending local and statewide seminars to stay current with the latest techniques, and treatment planning.
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Dr. Ali Asgar is one of the best General Surgeons in Mumbai, Mumbai. You can meet Dr. Ali Asgar personally at Jaslok Hospital & Research Centre in Mumbai, Mumbai. Book an appointment online with Dr. Ali Asgar and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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#15 - Dr. Deshmukh Marg, Road No - 2, 2nd Floor, Pedder Road. Landmark: Near Safiya College, MumbaiMumbai Get Directions
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Any vaccination for fungal infection? I have recently diagnosed with a fungal infection on left and right hand and taken Itraconazole capsules and Fungno GB cream as medication.

MD Hom., Certificate in Food and Nutrition, BHMS, Diploma In Yoga, PGDM
Homeopath, Indore
Any vaccination for fungal infection? I have recently diagnosed with a fungal infection on left and right hand and ta...
First it’s important to recognize that “There are approximately 100, 000 species of fungi and these are ubiquitous in the environment. Some form spores which we inhale on a daily basis (e.g. Aspergillus spp), and others live as human commensal organisms (e.g. Candida spp). Despite the close encounters we have with fungi, how our immune system recognises and protects us from fungal pathogens is only just beginning to be well understood. Second, while a nasty annoyance, no one is going to die from tinea pedis, also known as “athlete’s foot” so the incentive to develop a vaccine had been low. Third, in general, only immunocompromised people (in HIV/Aids & chemotherapy patients, for example) develop serious or life-threatening fungal infections; the rest of us fight them off without even being aware of the constant war between pathogens and our remarkable immune systems. Since immunodeficient people are a tiny minority of the population, the incentive to develop vaccines has remained low, …until recently some fungal vaccines have advanced through clinical trials. However, there are still many challenges that prevent the clinical development of fungal vaccines that can efficiently immunise subjects at risk of developing invasive fungal infections. In the future with proper investments, fungal vaccines may soon become a reality. I hope your query is sorted out.
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I am 27 years old having dark circle under eyes. What should I do? I am taking seabuckthorn pills from 1 month which contains omegas & vitamins and using aloe vera eye gel but no results I found.

BHMS
Homeopath, Solan
I am 27 years old having dark circle under eyes. What should I do? I am taking seabuckthorn pills from 1 month which ...
Hi take homeopathic remedy cina 1m 3 doses, cyclamen 30, sepia 30 six pills twice a day. And apply daily almond oil under your eyes. And eat. Healthy diet and revert back after 7 days.
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I am having red lines on inner thighs, skin is getting softer on the spots. It is growing slowly. What could be the issue.

IVF Specialist, Lucknow
I am having red lines on inner thighs, skin is getting softer on the spots. It is growing slowly. What could be the i...
Probably you got a acute fungal infection clem there part with glycerine soap and keep it dry take sulphur 30 2 drops thrice a day for seven days.
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I have black spots on my back. These are like what others have on their face. I had been under treatment for 15 days. But no effect. What should I do?

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Navi Mumbai
I have black spots on my back. These are like what others have on their face. I had been under treatment for 15 days....
Take following remedies 1. Triphala kadha 4tsp before lunch nad dinner 2. Amla juice 4tsp+2tsp sugar powder+honey 2 tsp 3. Wash your face alovera face wash 4. Boiled rice in milk and the apply it on face and rub it for 10 min. Do this procedure at morning 5. Apply almond oil on face at night and do massage for 5 min 6. Eat all fruit vegetable 7. Milk 1cup + turmeric powder 1/2 table spoon at night before sleep.
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I have black spot on my face due to accidental injuries so suggest me some external treatment.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
I have black spot on my face due to accidental injuries so suggest me some external treatment.
I will suggest you to apply aloevera gel twice a day for six months over the lesion and follow up on completion
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I am having black spots or marks on my hand due to sun burn. It only happen on my hand instead of any other body part. I don't know what to do.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Mohali
I am having black spots or marks on my hand due to sun burn. It only happen on my hand instead of any other body part...
Hello Dear, Sunburn is one of the most common problems that people face during summer season. Sunburn is the result of overexposure to ultra violet rays. Sunburn can be immensely painful even though it looks very harmless. If not taken care of, it can cause serious burns. Being a difficult condition to treat, it is better to avoid getting sunburnt than try to treat burnt skin. But these are all hypothetical advices and may not be practical. If you get sunburn, it is important not to take it lightly as it can even cause permanent damage to the skin. Symptoms of sunburn may not surface immediately. The reddening, blisters, skin peeling and boils could surface at a later stage and are even capable of leading to cancerous lesions on the skin. There are home remedies that can remove sunburns naturally without medical intervention. Nevertheless, you must be very careful as to seek medical attention if you do not respond to home remedies. When the skin is burnt, the first step towards healing is to cool the skin form the effect of heat. There are a number of ways to do that. If you have aloe vera and vinegar in its pure form, apply either of the directly on the burnt area.  If you do not have them, mustard oil is another way to remove the heat from the skin. Rub mustard oil on the affected skin and let it dry naturally.
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I have had a glutaup injection for skin whitening. It's been 4 days n I haven't found any difference. Should I wait longer or is it recommended to get another one for quick results. Pls let know if it's advisable.

B.Sc. - Dietitics / Nutrition, Nutrition Certification,Registered Dietitian
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Delhi
I have had a glutaup injection for skin whitening. It's been 4 days n I haven't found any difference. Should I wait l...
Yes, you have to wait for longer. Also you can't see results by taking just one injection. You have to take more doses.
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My wife has pigments on upper check after one year of her pegnancy. What treatment she shuld take. Age: 48 years. Hight: 5'5.

Ph.D - Ayurveda, FFAM-Post Graduate Fellowship, MD - Ayurveda
Ayurveda, Delhi
The pigmentation is due to menopausal stage, she need some local application and internal herbal preparations. What about monthly cycle is it regular or stopped please inform this and willingness for treatment.
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Dysphagia - Causes And Treatment!

MBBS, Diploma in Otorhinolaryngology (DLO)
ENT Specialist, Bangalore
Dysphagia - Causes And Treatment!

Ever had tempting food calling out to you, but could not to swallow it? This could be a serious medical condition and should not be taken lightly. Sometimes, certain disorders in the throat or the esophagus culminate in acute difficulties in swallowing. Commonly termed dysphagia, this disease is directly linked to some sort of a neuro cardiac abnormality. Dysphagia is commonly noted in babies and aged people or in other words in those age groups whose immunity systems are not necessarily strong. Occasional troubles in swallowing can go unnoticed and may not necessarily raise the alarm, but if this condition prevails for a comparatively long period of time, then one really needs to get themselves checked.

Some of the most prominent causes of dysphagia have been enlisted below:

  • Muscular and nervous dysfunctions: On certain occasions, the nerves and the muscles that are responsible for transporting food through the food pipe may not be functioning properly. As a consequence of which, food particles find it difficult to navigate through the esophagus and reach the stomach. Such a condition may be spurred by a stroke or nervous diseases like Parkinson's, sclerosis or dystrophy. A weak immunity system, leading to an inflammation and thus narrowing of the esophageal walls may also cause such a disease.
  • Gastronomical distresses: Ulcers or inflammation of the food pipe due to some gastroenteric disorders is also a cause of dysphagia. Such a condition may arise out of innocuous situations like an allergic reaction or on account of more chronic medical distresses like cancers and tumors. 
  • Dryness inside the mouth: The saliva in the mouth helps in debilitating the food particles into digestible form.  However, due to some kind of a hormonal imbalance, if there isn't adequate saliva formation, it becomes a task to swallow the food and results in dysphagia. 

With timely diagnosis, dysphagia can be treated effectively. Treating dysphagia usually involves a few clinical methods as well as a few lifestyle changes.  Certain specialists advice exercising the throat muscles that can possibly ease out swallowing while others recommend specific changes in the diet for the same. Surgical procedures involve dilation and endoscopy which clears out the surface area of the esophagus as a result of which heals dysphagia to a great extent. Consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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