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Dr. Manisha Butt

Gastroenterologist, Mumbai

Dr. Manisha Butt Gastroenterologist, Mumbai
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My favorite part of being a doctor is the opportunity to directly improve the health and wellbeing of my patients and to develop professional and personal relationships with them....more
My favorite part of being a doctor is the opportunity to directly improve the health and wellbeing of my patients and to develop professional and personal relationships with them.
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Dr. Manisha Butt is a renowned Gastroenterologist in Ghatkopar East, Mumbai. You can visit her at Dewang Nursing Home in Ghatkopar East, Mumbai. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Manisha Butt on Lybrate.com.

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M pardeep kaur. M 43year old lady. Having hyper acidity nd constipation too. M also suffering from joints pain. I want to reduce my weight.

fellowship in diabetes, Professional Training in Mind Body Medicine, MS, MBBS
Bariatrician, Ahmedabad
M pardeep kaur. M 43year old lady. Having hyper acidity nd constipation too. M also suffering from joints pain. I wan...
Hello lybrate-user, to achieve weightloss - think long term. Weight loss achieved over short term, always comes back. There is a general approach and a specific approach as per individual patients metabolic profile. Try this general approach (see below) for 4 weeks. If this works then continue. If this is not enough then revert for further assessment and customised approach. With customised lifestyle modification approaches, people over 100-150 kg are also losing weight for long term. 1. Do not eat anything sugary or sweet. Zero sweetness in diet. 2. Eat plenty of salad in lunch and dinner along with other foods. 3. Do not drink any liquid calorie like cola or fruit juices. 4. Go for brisk walks or jogging for 45 minutes every day.
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I have a pain left side of the lower abdomen from past 4 months little cramping are there and I have an motion problem from past two months. Please help me.

PG Diploma in Emergency Medicine Services (PGDEMS), Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), MD - Alternate Medicine
Ayurveda, Ghaziabad
I have a pain left side of the lower abdomen from past 4 months little cramping are there and I have an motion proble...
Hi take chitrakadi vati and shool vajrini tab 1-1 tab after lunch and dinner. Take pranacharya udar bhaskar kshar churna twice a day. And pranacharya live cure capsule twice a day. Avoid spicy food and non vegetarian.
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I am 33 years old and having many gall bladder stones. Surgeons say the only option is to remove the gall bladder But I myself dont belive that any organ in the body is useless and I am against the removal of any part of my body. And I belive a lot in Homeo medicines . It was a superb experience by myself. Can I get a reply from an homeopathy doctor please? Would be very thankful for the same.

FELLOWSHIP IN ADVANCED LIVER SURGERY AND LIVER TRANSPLANTATION, FELLOWSHIP IN HEPATOBILIARY AND LIVER TRANSPLANT SURGERY, MASTER OF SURGERY, MBBS
Gastroenterologist, Ahmedabad
Are you experiencing any symptoms from the gall stone? if your gall stones are without symptoms you do not require surgery you can watch your gall stones by doing usg every 6 months to consult doctors immediately if you have any symptoms like right upper abdominal pain, repeated vomiting etc. Chances of complications gall stones without symptoms are around 1% when you develop those complication surgery is required. Otherwise surgery in gall stone without symptoms is not recommended.
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Dear Sir, As our knowledge and previous check up my sister having gastric problem. And she take medicine when she feel problem. But from yesterday she had stomach pain continuously and she take Sacral suspension and rablet 20. Tablet. But still she is not recovered completely from stomach pain. So please advise the same and suggest me the best medicine at your end. Thanking you

MBBS
General Physician, Cuttack
Dear Sir, As our knowledge and previous check up my sister having gastric problem. And she take medicine when she fee...
1.Take bland diet, avoid oily, spicy,fried and junk food, 2.Drink plenty of water 3.Take one Tablet of meftal spas Ds as and when required after food up to a maximum of three tablets daily 4.Take one tablet of rantac150 mg twice daily before food 5. If you have recurrent stomach ache ,do upper GI endoscopy after consulting Gastroenterologist.
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Dear sir/mam, I am 59 years male having chronic IBS problem. Specially in morning I have to go for motion at least 4 to 5 times. Kindly suggest me what all I should avoid to limit it or control it.

BHMS, CGO
Homeopath, Pune
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I am 59 years male having chronic IBS problem. Specially in morning I have to go for motion at least 4 ...
Irritable bowel syndrome (ibs) is a common gut disorder. The cause is not known. Symptoms can be quite variable and include tummy (abdominal) pain, bloating, and sometimes bouts of diarrhoea and/or constipation. Symptoms tend to come and go. There is no cure for ibs, but symptoms can often be eased and prevent with homeopathic treatment. What is irritable bowel syndrome (ibs) and who gets it? ibs is a common functional disorder of the gut. A functional disorder means there is a problem with the function of a part of the body, but there is no abnormality in the structure. So, in ibs, the function of the gut is upset, but all parts of the gut look normal, even when looked at under a microscope what are the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (ibs)? pain and discomfort may occur in different parts of the tummy (abdomen). Pain usually comes and goes. The length of each bout of pain can vary greatly. The pain often eases when you pass stools (faeces) or wind. Many people with ibs describe the pain as a spasm or colic. The severity of the pain can vary from mild to severe, both from person to person, and from time to time in the same person. Bloating and swelling of your abdomen may develop from time to time. You may pass more wind than usual. Changes in stools: some people have bouts of diarrhoea, and some have bouts of constipation. Some people have bouts of diarrhoea that alternate with bouts of constipation. Sometimes the stools become small and pellet-like. Sometimes the stools become watery or more loose. At times, mucus may be mixed with the stools. There may have a feeling of not emptying the back passage (rectum) after going to the toilet. Some people have urgency, which means they have to get to the toilet quickly. A morning rush is common. That is, they feel an urgent need to go to the toilet several times shortly after getting up. This is often during and after breakfast. Other symptoms which sometimes occur - include: feeling sick (nausea). Headache. Belching. Poor appetite. Tiredness. Backache. Muscle pains. Feeling quickly full after eating. Heartburn. Bladder symptoms (an associated irritable bladder). Some people have occasional mild symptoms. Others have unpleasant symptoms for long periods. Many people fall somewhere in between, with flare-ups of symptoms from time to time. Some doctors group people with ibs into one of three categories: those with abdominal pain or discomfort, and the other symptoms are mainly bloating and constipation. Those with abdominal pain or discomfort, and the other symptoms are mainly urgency to get to the toilet, and diarrhoea. Those who alternate between constipation and diarrhoea. However, in practice, many people will not fall neatly into any one category, and considerable overlap occurs. Note: passing blood is not a symptom of ibs. You should tell a doctor if you pass blood. Do I need any tests for irritable bowel syndrome (ibs)? there is no test that confirms the diagnosis of ibs. A doctor can usually diagnose ibs from the typical symptoms. However, a blood sample or stool (faeces) test is commonly taken to do some tests to help rule out other conditions such as crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, coeliac disease, cancer of the ovary, gut infections, etc. The symptoms of these other diseases can sometimes be confused with ibs. Tests done commonly include: full blood count (fbc) - to rule out lack of iron in the blood (anaemia), which is associated with various gut disorders. Erythrocyte sedimentation rate (esr) or c-reactive protein (crp) - which can show if there is inflammation in the body (which does not occur with ibs). A blood test for coeliac disease. In women, a blood test to rule out cancer of the ovary, called ca 125. A stool test to look for a protein called faecal calprotectin. This may be present if you have crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis, but is not present in ibs. More complicated tests such as gastroscopy (a look into the bowel with a special telescope) are not usually needed. However, they may be done if symptoms are not typical, or if you develop symptoms of ibs in later life (over the age of about 50) when other conditions need to be ruled out. What causes irritable bowel syndrome (ibs)? the cause is not clear. It may have something to do with overactivity of part or parts of the gut. What are the treatments for irritable bowel syndrome (ibs)? many people are reassured that their condition is ibs, and not something more serious such as colitis. Simply understanding about ibs may help you to be less anxious about the condition, which may ease the severity of symptoms. Symptoms often settle for long periods without any treatment. In some cases, symptoms are mild and do not require treatment. There are many different treatments that may be tried for ibs. All will have an effect on some people, but none will help in every person with ibs. No treatment is likely to take away symptoms completely, but treatment can often ease symptoms and improve your quality of life. If symptoms are more troublesome or frequent, one or more of the following treatment options may be advised: treatment option 1: lifestyle changes exercise. Regular exercise is known to help to ease symptoms. Managing stress levels. Stress and other emotional factors may trigger symptoms in some people. So, anything that can reduce your level of stress or emotional upset may help. Keeping a symptom diary. - it may help to keep a food and lifestyle diary for 2-4 weeks to monitor symptoms and activities. Note everything that you eat and drink, times that you were stressed, and when you took any formal exercise. This may identify triggers, such as a food, alcohol, or emotional stresses, and may show if exercise helps to ease or to prevent symptoms. If you are advised to try a particular treatment, it may be sensible to keep a symptom diary before and after the start of the treatment. For example, before changing the amount of fibre that you eat, or taking a probiotic (explained later), or starting medication. You may wish to jot down in the diary the type and severity of symptoms that you have each day for a week or so. Keep the diary going after you start treatment. You can then assess whether a treatment has improved your symptoms or not. Treatment option 2: dietary changes a healthy diet is important for all of us. However, some people with irritable bowel syndrome (ibs) find certain foods of a normal healthy diet can trigger symptoms or make symptoms worse. General dietary advice for ibs- -have regular meals and take time to eat at a leisurely pace. -avoid missing meals or leaving long gaps between eating. -drink at least eight cups of fluid per day, especially water or other non-caffeinated drinks. This helps to -keep the stools (faeces) soft and easy to pass along the gut. -restrict tea and coffee to three cups per day (as caffeine may be a factor in some people). -restrict the amount of fizzy drinks that you have to a minimum. -don't drink too much alcohol. (some people report an improvement in symptoms when they cut down from drinking a lot of alcohol.) -consider limiting intake of high-fibre food (but see the section above where an increase may help in some cases). -limit fresh fruit to three portions (of 80 g each) per day. - if you have diarrhoea, avoid sorbitol, an artificial sweetener found in sugar-free sweets (including chewing gum) and in drinks, and in some diabetic and slimming products. -if you have a lot of wind and bloating, consider increasing your intake of oats and daliya (for example, oat-based breakfast cereal or porridge) all are temporary treatment as per provided information, for permanent cure we need detail history and investigations. Homeopathy is best, safe and effective. We treated every day 2-3 patients of this type of problem with no side effects, no worries our 94% success rates makes sure we're the complete package. You can contact us for treatment.
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I m suffering from fatty liver with some gastro problems. Like burning stomach. Pain in stomach, constipation. Stomach gurgling all the time I m taking librax, enzar-hs, rafle-400, rablet, 20 As prescribed by the doctor. One month passed still no improvement. Is it ok or what should I do for cure.

Fellowship in Transplant Hepatology, DM - Hepatology, MD - Medicine, MBBS
Gastroenterologist, Secunderabad
I m suffering from fatty liver with some gastro problems. Like burning stomach. Pain in stomach, constipation. Stomac...
Do regular exercises, get sgot/sgpt checked. Should undergo a endoscopy to assess stomach pain if it persists.
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Hello sir I am suffered from stomach problem I have scanned ultrasound scan report is normal and my endoscopy report was ANTRAL gastritis my blood report normal urine report normal DOCTOR SUGGEST TABLETS I have used but not solve this problem my stomach was after eating dehrea (motion) and bloating and nausea what is my problem how to solve my problem fastly plzz help me sir/madam.

BHMS
Homeopath, Thane
Hello sir I am suffered from stomach problem I have scanned ultrasound scan report is normal and my endoscopy report ...
Hi, your problem is gastritis that means the lining of stomach is disturbed due to any of the factors such as excessive intake of antibiotics, stress and skipping of meals, any addictions, etc. Take tab biochemic 25 (sbl) 4tabs to be chewed thrice a day 1/2 an hour before meals aloe soc 30 4pills to be sucked thrice a day for 30 days revert back.
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Fissure in anal aperture not healing and painful inspite of continued sits bath and pilex ointment application.

Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery, MNAMS (Membership of the National Academy) (General Surgery) , FAIS, FACRSI, Fellowship in GI Surgery, DNB (General Surgery), MBBS
General Surgeon, Delhi
A chronic non healed fissure requires surgical removal and doesnt get better with same medications used again and again.
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Should any meds be taken with pulmoclear tablets to avoid gastric or other issues or is it safe to consume on its own for cough and mucus congestion issues.

General Physician, Hyderabad
Should any meds be taken with pulmoclear tablets to avoid gastric or other issues or is it safe to consume on its own...
Pulmoclear tablets may cause abdominal, discomfort, stomach/ abdominal distenson, vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, heart burn, loss of appetite, rashes, urticaria, itching as side effects so, take ppi to prevent these. Please contact for prescription. Take care.
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I am 20 year old male who study at college and have stone bladder I want to know that whatever I eat my body do not absorb it and throw it back how much I have healthy food but still I am thin and not gaining height or body nor I have any good height what should I do to do it I also do gym and try to make muscle and body but whenever I pick up more than 4kg my back pain starts and I am not able to walk and pains very badly.

MBBS, DNB (General Surgery), MNAMS (Membership of the National Academy) (General Surgery) , Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery, Fellow of Indian association og gastro intestinal endo surgeons
General Surgeon, Ghaziabad
I am 20 year old male who study at college and have stone bladder I want to know that whatever I eat my body do not a...
Please get treated for bladder stone. Now this can be done endoscopically. Weight gain can be done by balanced diet. Anything being absorbed by body or not depends upon whether rught nutrition is reaching in your diet or not. Green leafy vegetables and fruits may not provide calories but they do provide all essential nutrients which will lead to complete nutrition and weight gain.
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Blood in stool 2 days n nrml blood colour n constipation I have n slight pain at the time of descept.

MS - General Surgery, MBBS
General Surgeon, Delhi
Blood in stool 2 days n nrml blood colour n constipation I have n slight pain at the time of descept.
You are suffering for piles. You should get your proctoscopy done to confirm the diagnosis. Meanwhile you can use shield ointment for local application 1" inside anus.
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I am a 18 years old boy. I have been suffering from a gas trouble from 2 days. Due to this I am getting a back pain also. I have tried all d possible treatment's, but I am not cured.

MSPT (Master of Physical Therapy)
Physiotherapist,
I am a 18 years old boy. I have been suffering from a gas trouble from 2 days. Due to this I am getting a back pain a...
Because of gas trouble you won't get lower back pain. You may get chest pain or stomach pain. Do exercise regularly for atleast 30-40 minutes. Avoid spicy foods.
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I am having burning in urine after finishing. And also having severe acidity. Let me know sir what's should I do. Regards Awnish.

BHMS
Homeopath, Pune
I am having burning in urine after finishing. And also having severe acidity. Let me know sir what's should I do.
Reg...
Dear lybrate user intake of water should be increased avoid fasting for long duration, take homeopathy medicine nux vomica 200 twice a day for 5 days. Revert back thanks.
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Dear sir my friend having of digestion problem he was unable to take food completely he was using antibiotic tablets for infection purpose Is there any relation between these two problems please kindly give be the suggestion he was suffering from that problem.

MBBS
General Physician,
Dear sir my friend having of digestion problem he was unable to take food completely he was using antibiotic tablets ...
When ever you are taking any antibiotics particularly broad spectrum antibiotics for some reason it should be prescribed by a doctor. However with antibiotics you must take some multivitamin or vit b-complex. And plenty of water because the antibiotics desentisitize the intestinal flora which helps in digesting the food.
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I am 22 years old. I am suffering from weak digestive problems. For 1year last. And a little bit of hair fall problem. I am a girl.

MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
I am 22 years old. I am suffering from weak digestive problems. For 1year last. And a little bit of hair fall problem...
Hi, it seems you are suffering from 1. Gastritis or hepatitis 2. Take an antacid 3-4 tsf 8 hrly 3. Get a blood investigation - liver function test done 4. Avoid fatty, oily meals 5. No fast food, no momos and samosas 6. No tea and coffee 7. Lots of water 8. Walk after meals 9. Eat less at nights 10. No soft drinks, hard drinks and no smoking
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I am diagnosed with gastritis and h.pylori positive Now I am taken medicine regularly from 2 months There is any kind of alcoholic drink which I can take in gastritis. If in please mention here.

Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery, FACRSI (Colo-Rectal Surgery), Ph. D - Gastrointestinal Surgery, FAIS, DNB (General Surgery), MNAMS (Membership of the National Academy) (General Surgery) , MBBS
Gastroenterologist, Bangalore
I am diagnosed with gastritis and h.pylori positive Now I am taken medicine regularly from 2 months There is any kind...
Not at all. Avoid junk foods and carry your own water from your house. H Pylori happens to affect through these most commonly. Recurrence of H.Pylori induced gastritis very common in Indian population. Be careful.
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