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Treatment Of Erectile Dysfunction
Skin Care Treatment
Treatment of Migraine Treatment
Treatment of Neurological Problems
Weight Management Treatment
Piles Treatment (Non Surgical)
Sexually Transmitted Disease (Std) Treatment
Cysts Removal Procedure
Treatment Of Pregnancy Problems
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Good evening doctor, my father's age is 66 years. He is having no smoking and drinking habits. But he is having writers cramps disease. Unable to hold pen .While drinking tea or coffee hand shakes, while shaving also hand shakes. Now the problem is 10 days back he suffered from fever .After giving paracetamol its gone. Last night he felt that his left hand fingers had trembled involuntary for few seconds at midnight during his sleep. He noticed it and told to us. He is having no pain at that time. Is it any problem or a sign of stroke or any thing. Can any one please suggest a solution. What to do.
I am losing hair a lot. I have tried lots of things like many shampoos, oils, and herbal remedies still no results. Specially hair falls in the summer while sweating. And just few days back I was suffering from typhoid which is now more problematic . Now I lose a huge amount of hair.
Of late I am getting odour from my mouth.I brush my teeth 3 times a including brush with sensodent tooth paste and also use listerin . Request doctor's kind attention and advice please.
I am in my 8 month of pregnancy and new to chennai, I am very confused with the current treatment and the a rumors about the hospital so wanted to change. Pls advice.
A good diet and great nourishment during pregnancy, and enough of it is very important for your infant to develop and grow. You need to take around 300 or more calories every day than you did before you get pregnant. In spite of the fact that sickness and nausea during the initial couple of months of pregnancy can make this troublesome for some women, one should attempt to ingest a wholesome diet and take pre-birth vitamins.
Here are a few suggestions to keep you and your infant healthy-
- Protein: The amino acids in protein are the building blocks of each cell in your and your child's body. High-protein foods likewise keep your craving under control by settling your glucose. Glucose is the reason you need to go for three servings (that is around 75 grams) of protein every day. Protein-rich food options are dal, pulses, soya beans, etc.
- High fiber food: Pick foods high in fiber that are enhanced, for example, whole grain breads, oats, beans, rice, fruits, vegetables, and in addition foods grown from the ground. In spite of the fact that it is best to get your fiber from food, to get bone strength and better digestion. Vegetables like beets, broccoli, cabbage, tomatoes, spinach, corn, cauliflower, avocado and fruit like oranges, kiwis, papaya, berries, guava, bananas, apples, peaches, etc. are rich in fibre.
- Vitamins and minerals: Ensure you are getting enough vitamins and minerals in your everyday diet while pregnant. You should take a pre-birth vitamin supplement to ensure you are reliably getting enough vitamins and minerals consistently. Your specialist can suggest an over-the-counter brand or prescribe pre-birth vitamins. The best way to ensure you get enough vitamins and minerals is to have a wide variety of fresh foods from the five food groups including whole grain breads and cereals, vegetables, fruit, meat, fish, poultry, eggs, nuts and legumes, and dairy products such as milk.
- Calcium rich food: Eat and drink no less than four servings of dairy items and calcium-rich food a day to guarantee that you are getting 1000-1300 mg of calcium in your everyday diet during pregnancy. Foods such as yogurt, cheese, beans, lentils, almonds, leafy greens, and seeds like poppy, sesame, celery and chia seeds are rich sources of calcium.
- Iron rich food: Eat no less than three servings of iron-rich food, for example, lean meats, spinach, beans, and breakfast cereal every day to guarantee you are getting 27 mg of iron everyday.
- Iodine: While you're pregnant, you will require 220 micrograms of iodine a day to guarantee your infant's cerebrum and sensory system improvement. Consume milk and cheese.
- Avocados: These are stacked with potassium, vitamin C and vitamin B6 (helps in tissue and mind development and also reduces morning sickness). Avocados are a delightful approach to get your vitamins. Spread some avocado on your toast in place of cheese or mayonnaise.