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I am facing a serious fungal infection at my inner thighs. I am using some home medicine but found poor results. Can you suggest me the best treatment.
I am suffering from hairfall and dandruff. I have tried many shampoos but couldn't gey any result. Can you please suggest me what should I do?
He doesn't use tobacco or cigarettes, even then his teeth looks yellow. What to do for glowing white teeth? Any medicine or something? Please help me.
Hello Doctor I'm 35 years age. I'm suffering from high B.P.(i.e. 130/160-70) since one year. How many times I tested my Blood cBc& sugar, ecg, x-ray for actual cause but everything is normal. These days I'm taking some medicine like Tazloc & Rancil for control as advised. please help for better result.
My hands are getting sweat everything I don't why? I have taken homeopathy treatment and consult to many other doctor but it's not working out its still sweating?
I am 19 year old boy and I am facing constipation problem please tell me what is the reason of this and how can I over come this.
I'm looking for anyone who has knowledge of the Indian version of the LCHF diet. I have asked this question before, and a few answered with Upma, Poha, Potatoes, etc being part of this diet. Upma comes from semolina, which is high in carbohydrates! Grains aren't a part of the LCHF diet. I'm looking to have an Indian version, more specifically, a Keralite version of this diet. Thanks!
Dear doctor, since 4 years I have suffer from cough and cold. I have used lot of allopathi, ayurveda medication. But no use. And also in winter season little bit asthma problem. Please give suggestion for medication.
There is swelling n pain in my left thumb. Haven't got any injuries. Don't know what is this all up to. please guide me which doctor I should consider. Any specialist.
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