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I am 47 years female. I developed fever on 12th of this month. Along with fever I had severe joint pains. Even though the fever subsided in 3 days the pains in my hand and legs still persists. How can the pain subside. Which medicines have I to take. Doctor has suggested me Dolovin SR - 200mg, one in the morning and one at night. Will this help me. I am unable to do my regular household work. I am a housewife.
I am 67 yrs. Old. I got checked blood sugar, one month back. Fasting 138 and pp 204. My wt. Is 76 kgs. Pl. Advise me what precautions should I take? And also medicines.
Hi doctor. My grandfather is suffering from itching around upper part of the body front and back during night time sleeping. These itches comes while sleeping at night time daytime he is fine. Please suggest what can be done to erase those itches. Thank you in advance.
I have an issue with my husband's penis. While erection his glans are not opening out. In the process of doing so he felt pain n hesitate. If sometimes he does so, the skin around glans are very tight to push b pull both. He is afraid of discussing anywhere. I need help how to cure naturally. He is 39 years old. Sound health. please help us how to overcome from this?
My 70 years old mother, though physically weak, does not have much cliinical problems. But she is psychologically weak and therefore thinks that she has so many ailments and therefore does not get up from the bed. Remaining in bed is causing her weakness. I am thus in a chicken & egg situation as until she remains in bed her muscles are bound to remain weak and she does not want to get out of bed until she feels stronger. Can you help?
Sir my sugar and bp levels are almost normal though im a mild diabetic. But I get profous intermittent sweat on my shoulders and back. What is it related to.
Recently a lot of itching in my body! I have no allergies I guess I just had a place change recently. The itching is in whole body. Chest stomach pelvic region all places. Please provide me a solution.
A dialysis diet is a special diet that is customized for patients who are or will be starting dialysis within a short period of time. Such a diet is prepared to reduce the waste and fluid levels that keep on accumulating between the dialysis sessions so that the patient remains healthy for the process to be carried out seamlessly.
What can you eat?
Eat foods which are rich in high-quality proteins (poultry, fish, lean meat and egg whites).
Foods high in Sodium
1. Use minimum salt in preparing the dishes; this helps control BP and probable weight gain that might happen between the dialysis sessions.
2. Make use of spices, herbs and other salt-flavored enhancers.
1. Patients on dialysis need to include more of high-quality protein foods in their diet. This will help regulate blood protein levels. Eat about 10 ounces of foods rich in high-quality protein every day.
2. 1 egg, ¼ cup of ricotta cheese, ¼ cup of tuna.
- The potassium content of vegetables can be alarming for a patient on dialysis. Eat 3 servings of vegetables that are low in potassium every day. These include broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, carrots, garlic, cucumber, eggplant, celery, radishes, etc.
- Avoid vegetables such as beets, potatoes (in any form- wafers or wedges), winter squash, cooked spinach, pumpkin, asparagus and avocado.
- Although seeds, nuts, peanut butter, lentils, dried beans and peas are rich in protein, they are generally struck off from the diet plan because of their high phosphorus and potassium content.
- You can have moderate amounts of grains, bread and cereals.
- Try and not have brown bread and other whole grains as they are loaded with phosphorus.
- Usually, 5-10 servings of these are considered sufficient for patients on dialysis.
- Also, limit intake of milk and other dairy products.
- ½ cup yoghurt or ½ a cup of milk is considered safe. Also, remember that all varieties of milk- skim, whole and low fat, have the same amount of phosphorus.
- All fruits contain some amount of potassium. However, some of them contain more potassium than the others. Limit your intake of fruit juices.
- Avoid or limit fruits like:
- Orange juice and oranges
- Prune juice and prunes
- Dried fruit and raisins
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