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Dr. Mayank Pandya

Neurosurgeon, Mumbai

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Dr. Mayank Pandya is a popular Neurosurgeon in Andheri West, Mumbai. He is currently practising at Shreenath Clinic in Andheri West, Mumbai. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Mayank Pandya on Lybrate.com.

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I am feeling partial numbness on my right toe from last 15 days. I had a long drive just before that and that cause. Numbness on almost on foot but that gone away after few hrs and that is usual. I detected with pre diabetic last year but with few changes that recovered.

MD - Alternate Medicine, BHMS
Homeopath, Surat
I am feeling partial numbness on my right toe from last 15 days. I had a long drive just before that and that cause. ...
Take Calc Phos 6X one dose daily for 2 weeks. It will be alright. Still if you have any queries, please let me know. Take care. :)
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I am 41 years male having fits and seizures. What's the caused and what should I do?

BHMS
General Physician,
Thanks for question on lybrate, it is caused by a disturbance in the electrical activity of brain many conditions can cause fits/seizures like infections, low blood sugar, electrolytes imbalance, treatment of underlying cause as well as medications can prevent recurrence.
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Amnesia - How It Is Related With Brain Surgery?

MBBS, MD - Radiology, DNB (Radiology), DM (Diagnostic & Interventional Neuroradiology), CCST (UK)
Neurosurgeon, Kolkata
Amnesia - How It Is Related With Brain Surgery?

Often it has been observed in patients undergoing a brain surgery that their memory gets affected. The memory can sometimes be affected either by the tumor growing inside the brain or by the surgery for the removal of that tumor. Rather than the long-term memory, in the majority of the brain surgery cases, it is the short term memory that gets affected more noticeably. Further, sometimes, people have difficulties in making new memories after the brain surgery along with retrieving the old ones. Continue reading to know more about brain surgery and amnesia.

How is brain surgery connected to amnesia?
The presence of a tumor in the brain can affect one's memory in two different ways. Though not everyone suffers from it, there is a possibility that the treatment or the surgery often leads to memory difficulties and sometimes it's the location of the tumor in the brain that causes the memory damage. Sometimes, even radiations or chemotherapy sessions can also be responsible for amnesia. One must know that having a brain tumor or opting for a brain surgery doesn’t necessarily cause memory loss or amnesia for everyone. And those patients who do suffer from this, both the severity and symptoms of the memory loss vary from one to another.

Probable memory difficulties
Memory difficulties, also commonly referred to as amnesia, can be two different types, retrograde amnesia, and anterograde amnesia, irrespective of whether it is the result of the treatment or the location of the tumor. In case of retrograde amnesia, the memory loss occurs before undergoing a brain surgery, or sometimes even before developing the brain tumor. However, those who suffer from anterograde amnesia face difficulties in remembering their previous memories after the brain surgery is performed.

Coping with amnesia
Once the type of memory loss one is suffering from is identified, there are various ways and strategies to cope with amnesia, suggested by the doctors. Taking good care of one’s self, having the necessary amount of sleep along with a healthy diet helps one improve his or her capacity of recalling the forgotten memories in many cases.

Further, by adopting simple measures like maintaining a diary, following a routine and organizing one's medications with reminder notes can also help an amnesia patient in coping with the normal life situations. Minimizing the distractions and focusing on a single thing at a time can also be helpful in not only coping with it but also in improving the memory.

In case one displays signs of having a memory problem after a brain surgery, he or she should be immediately taken to a clinical psychologist or a neuropsychologist. Because it is with the help of this medical professional that severity of the amnesia that the person is suffering from and which part of memory has been affected can be determined, and the right ways of coping with the issue can be suggested.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Hi I am brain tumor patient. My doctor suggested to take dexa 4 mg for a month because I am feeling problems like breathing, swelling, saliva in mouth, voice change, it hard to speak well as before. I treated brain tumor by operation and radiation both, it still size 2x2x2 mm. Suggest me something better to do to get well. It’s around 2 years I am at home with this disease.

FACS, MBBS, MS - General Surgery
Oncologist, Gurgaon
Hi I am brain tumor patient. My doctor suggested to take dexa 4 mg for a month because I am feeling problems like bre...
PL look that the brain tumour really difficult to remove completly and invariably reoccur so your symptoms may be because of that kindly go for investigation again and then consult with appointment for further management I may advise you some alternative medicine for it.
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Hi I am 20 years old and diagnosed with epilepsy. Since 5 years I have been taking medicines under a doctor. Last two years I started gym, but the question is can I obtain protein powder for gym?

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Homeopath, Hooghly
Yes u can obtain protein powder but be careful that should not posses any steriod in that supplement
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Hi, I m 21 years old having a problem in my back and it pains very badly and I am unable to sleep since 2 days. And I m not able to see the object which is far from my eye sight as human can see it properly.

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Homeopath, Delhi
Hi, I m 21 years old having a problem in my back and it pains very badly and I am unable to sleep since 2 days. And I...
You can take Rhus Tox 30 / 5 drops in little water four times a day for one week. Revert back after one week with feedback.
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I'm 30 year I have neuro problem I will get weakness soon I can't hold any object for long time it will drop from my hand. Please give any suggestion.

FRHS, Ph.D Neuro , MPT - Neurology Physiotherapy, D.Sp.Med, DPHM (Health Management ), BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Chennai
To rule out the lesions better take an mri brain and get it clinically examined by neuro physiotherapist or neuro physician asap best wishes
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Is there any way to increase my dopamine levels by eating general multivitamins or other activities, I works in nights and I feel non energetic during day time. My age is 32 and weighs 80 kg.

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Homeopath, Hooghly
Yes do regular exercise,, weight training,,and take multiminerals with multivitamins can increase dopamine
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I had a spine surgery as I had a tumour there. Now I am unable to land my foot properly. Surgery was successful .I don't feel any pain. I went for therapies too. But no improvement. I only can walk on my toes. Please suggest I did marks too many of times.

MBBS, MS - General Surgery, Post Doctoral Fellowship
General Surgeon, Lucknow
I had a spine surgery as I had a tumour there. Now I am unable to land my foot properly. Surgery was successful .I do...
Spinal tumor surgery sometimes can lead to residual weakness in lower limbs and it will gradually improve in few months to years with proper physiotherapy and rehabilitation.
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9 Early Symptoms of Dementia!

MD - Podiatrist
Psychiatrist, Lucknow
9 Early Symptoms of Dementia!

With age, just like other body functions, the mind too begins to slow down. This could lead to problems in communication, focus, recall, reasoning, and thinking. So with dementia, the person faces problems which are a combination of above-mentioned activities. Dementia is a symptom associated with many diseases and is not a disease on its own.

Alzheimer’s is the main cause of dementia, followed by stroke or brain injury, Huntington’s disease, and Lewy body disease. However, there are some symptoms that can be indicative that a person is gradually progressing into dementia. Watching out for these symptoms can help one seek help at an early stage, thereby helping the affected person, and slowing down its progress.

  1. Short term memory loss: With age, people tend to forget what happened recently, and this can even be something as recent as the previous day. However, they can very clearly recollect events from the past. They might forget things like where they have placed their glasses, where the television remote control is, etc. They may also ask for the same information repeatedly, even after it is answered.
  2. Mood changes: Rapid mood swings is observed in a person suffering from dementia. Their emotions keep changing within a matter of seconds, and they may show also less emotion than what they used to show previously.
  3. Personality changes: Since dementia affects reasoning and judgment, someone who was earlier shy could suddenly become outgoing. Their inhibitions which led to a shy personality are lost, making them more outgoing.
  4. Difficulty in performing regular tasks: Be it forgetting things like laying out tables, keeping things back in their places, or organising medical kits, with dementia setting in, these tasks slowly become more difficult to do. Also, learning new tasks, even simple ones, seem tough and are often not accomplished.
  5. Losing storylines: The elderly would usually be good with telling and appreciating stories like telling tales to their grandchildren or following television soaps and stories. However, as dementia begins to set in, they tend to lose storylines, both when observing and telling.
  6. Repeating actions: As they are not able to register things, they tend to repeat things, both in words and in actions.
  7. Feeling lost: Things like heading out to a store to buy something and then wondering why they came there are common. Short-term memory loss can cause such situations. This confusion, especially with regard to time and things, is very common.
  8. Spatial and time orientation: There could be problems relating to space and time, seasons, and they may often ask questions like what time it is, etc. Routine tasks like paying bills, cooking using recipe books, which were easily managed, suddenly begin to look difficult.
  9. Apathy: Losing interest in people, hobbies, or other things like puzzles, which they once enjoyed, become boring and unenjoyable. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Psychiatrist.
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