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Dr. Satish J Patil

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Dr. Satish J Patil is a trusted General Physician in Mulund West, Mumbai. You can consult Dr. Satish J Patil at Dhanwantri Clinic in Mulund West, Mumbai. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Satish J Patil on Lybrate.com.

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In an accident 2 months ago I got injury on left leg resulting in loss of lower portion of fibula bone (lateral malleolus. Other than that no fracture was seen. The doctors then performed a surgery and joined my skin and nerves. The wound has now recovered. Now I am feeling some pain in walking or climbing stairs. Is there any surgery option which can fix a subsidiary bone there or the malleolus will grow with a particular period of time? I am 24 years old. At present I am having bonheal, calcium and vitamin d3 tablets. How much time will it take the malleolus to grow?

Erasmus Mundus Master in Adapted Physical Activity, MPT, BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Chennai
You have to do exercises to improve the blood circulation over that region .this pain is because of the immobilization period after your surgery .so start doing exercises like ankle movements in sitting or lying .it will take time .do not do over strain.
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Eating Fig for Sexual Health

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Sexologist, Delhi
Eating Fig for Sexual Health

Fig is a dry fruit that is consumed throughout the world. It is a dry fruit that has great nutritional value. It as been used as a sexual enhancer by civilization of many thousand years old. The Egyptian started using it and then there have been signs that Persians as well as mughals royals used fig. these royals had many wives and sex slaves and it is said that fig helped them in their sexual escapades.

How it works:

To be honest I wont be able to tell you how fig helps you and I can’t give you scientific logic behind it effectiveness but after using it for a week you would will that your volume of your ejaculation would increase by many folds.

The miracle formula:

Eating fig raw can do wonders to your sexual health and sexual stamina but cooking it with milk will increase its powers many folds. This milk should be taken before sleep. Drinking this milk for a month will make you better sexually. You will witness better erections and also longer lasting ejaculations.

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Should I get revaccinated against hepatitis b. I was vaccinated almost 15 years back and just found out that my wife is chronically infected with hepatitis b.

MBBS
General Physician, Cuttack
if you have taken 3 doses of Hepatitis B vaccine it may not be required again. Get your wife treated for hepatitis B after consulting physician
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He is omitting since morning. Something is stuck in his chest. No bad food or drinks. Kindly suggest what to do. I am on the way to hospital for check up.

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist,
He is omitting since morning. Something is stuck in his chest.
No bad food or drinks.
Kindly suggest what to do.
I am...
I think it may be due to acidity eat ginger juice with honey twice a day and tulsi leaves after a maeal.
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My 18 month baby has cough and fever since a week I visit pediatrician. Also but there is no improvement her condition I give het nebulization thrice a day also.

FELLOWSHIP IN PCCM, FELLOW-PEDIATRIC FLEXIBLE BRONCHOSCOPY, FELLOWSHIP IN PEDIATRIC CARDIAC CRITICAL CARE, D.C.H., M.B.B.S
Pediatrician, Ahmedabad
My 18 month baby has cough and fever since a week I visit pediatrician. Also but there is no improvement her conditio...
Which means you need to add another nebulizer regime and get detailed evaluation why it is not improving. There would be some trigger in home or in habits which is making cough to stay more like sweet cold food. Preservatives containing food like ketchup vinegar etc. Yellow fruits. Citrus food. Dust smoke powder soft toys. Playing in dust etc. Regards.
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I will be of 18 in this November but still my penis is fully covered with the foreskin like in younger age. After ejaculation also it gets filly covered. Nd I have heard that this is an issue .this can cause problem during sex. Does it is the condition of mature penis? All under 18 have mature peni that are not fully covered by foreskin. Pls tell me what to do now.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Sexologist, Faridabad
I will be of 18 in this November but still my penis is fully covered with the foreskin like in younger age. After eja...
Your foreskin glans is connected frenulum that's why you are facing this problem do massage with olive oil and pull your penis up and down.
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I have migraine. It gets worse when I go through stress. Any headache tablets will not help me. Suggest me few remedies which can help me.

Masters in Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Lucknow
I have migraine. It gets worse when I go through stress. Any headache tablets will not help me. Suggest me few remedi...
Hi lybrate-user, If left untreated, migraines can linger for four hours to three days. Stop the suffering sooner by putting yourself in a migraine-soothing environment and trying various natural remedies or medications believed to help treat these throbbing headaches. Stay in the dark room until your migraine goes away, or for as long as possible. Wear sunglasses when necessary. If you have to be out and about and are unable to get to an area with soft light or no light, wear polarizing sunglasses to protect your eyes from the brightest parts of the light spectrum. This may not be quite as effective as spending a few minutes in a dark room, but it will usually still help. If you cannot go to a separate room, wear noise-canceling headphones over your ears to block out external noise. Some individuals find silence stressful or unnerving. If this is the case, run a white noise machine or air purifier in the background to provide soothing ambient sound. You could also try soothing music; however, avoid loud or exciting tunes. Deep breathing exercises can relax the body, thereby releasing any tension that might be contributing to your migraine. Lie on your back with a pillow below your head and a second pillow below your knees. Your legs should be somewhat bent. Place your dominant hand on your upper chest and your other hand below your rib cage. Breathe in slowly through your nose until your stomach pushes against your non-dominant hand. Breathe out slowly through pursed lips as you tighten your stomach. Keep your dominant hand still throughout the entire process. Do this routine for about five minutes. A cold washcloth applied to your achy head can cause the blood vessels there to contract, which slows down the rush of blood to your head. Wet a soft, clean washcloth with cold water and place it over your forehead or on the back of your neck. Let it sit for 10 to 15 minutes. Take a 10 to 15 minute break before applying the compress again, and continue in this pattern until your migraine goes away. Note that in some instances, however, cold temperatures can actually make a migraine headache feel worse. If the pain increases within the first 5 minutes of treatment, stop immediately and try something else. Stand under a cold shower with the water running over the top of your head for at least 15 minutes. Give yourself a head massage while you shampoo. This helps to reduce the tensions in your body while releasing the heat from your scalp. Lightly squeeze the excess water from your hair, but keep it damp. Do not dry your hair. Lie down in a cool room while your hair is still damp and try to sleep for a while. You can place a towel over your pillow if you are worried about it being wet. There are often certain foods that can trigger migraines in people; what the triggers are will vary from individual to individual. You can determine any dietary triggers you may have by recording what you ate prior to the onset of a migraine headache, and looking to see if there are any patterns over time. Common dietary triggers of migraine headache include: Foods containing aspartame or MSG Alcohol, Chocolate, Cheese, Salami, Caffeine. Caffeine is a paradox when it comes to migraines. Too much can bring a migraine on, but taking a little caffeine after a migraine comes upon you can actually help the pain to go away. Only take a small dose of caffeine: one soda, one cup of coffee, one cup of tea, or one chocolate bar is sufficient. Avoid energy drinks high in caffeine. Note that this generally only works if your migraine was not originally triggered by caffeine. As long as the pain has not made moving around unbearable for you, light aerobic exercise can get your blood flowing to other areas of your body and cause your migraine to vanish. Aerobic exercise worth trying during a migraine may include brisk walking or jogging, cycling, or swimming. As your heart pumps, your blood circulation will improve and stabilize throughout your body, causing the blood to stop rushing to your head. Additionally, exercise is a good way to relax and get your mind off any stresses that may have triggered the migraine. Keep a migraine diary. When a migraine comes on, make a note of the environmental conditions surrounding it. Write down sensory stimuli (bright lights, loud music, odd odors, etc.), causes of stress, dietary habits, and sleep habits. After a few attacks, review your diary to pinpoint common conditions that usually exist before a migraine comes on. These conditions are your “triggers” and should be avoided to prevent or limit future migraines. Some home remedies you can do: Eat jaggery with ghee. Add a teaspoon of dried tulsi leaf powder and it gets even better. Practice pranayama, especially recommended if you have migraine in which case munching grapes or licking honey to which you add turmeric and salt prove helpful. Garlic is a useful herb and in case of headaches too you can chew a couple of cloves early in the morning or make a paste and apply to your head. Asafetida is a useful elixir for headaches, use asafetida mixed in oil and applied over the forehead as well as consumed internally for relief in headaches. All the best.
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I am here on behalf of my wife, she had falld down in last juley, go small injury on tale born(coaxycs). In the x-ray it was showing small bent, no fracture, but its really very painfull, and she was unable to walk, or sit for even for some minutes. Took some rest as prescribed by an ortho doctor, there was no change. Whe she take rest at night, morning pain will go, and again it used to star if she walks or sit. The after that we consulted to ayurvedic treatment, had 28 days treatment, by steaming, massaging, physio exercise, and full bed rest. She just came from hopital and now taking rest at home since 15 days, but still not full recovery, still she is having pain. Kindly advice me, what to for this. You advice will be very much helpfull for us.

MBBS, MS - Orthopaedics
Orthopedist, Delhi
Even after so much treatment, she has not responded, she needs to be investigated further. Rule out diabetes & vit. D deficiency or any other metabolic disorder. Sleep on a hard bed with soft bedding on it. Use no pillow under the head. Any way take caldikind plus (mankind) 1tab odx10days paracetamol 250mg od & sos x 5days do back (spine) exercises contact me again if need be. Make sure you are not allergic to any of the medicines you are going to take If no relief then ct scan of tail bone should be done.
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My 6 months old daughter is having cough & cold, mostly she is coughing at the time of sleeping.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
My 6 months old daughter is having cough & cold, mostly she is coughing at the time of sleeping.
This looks to be a case of gastro esophageal reflux wherein the ingest food from stomach is regurgitated up and coming up the oesophagus. And part of the material is entering the air pipe (larynx and trachea). We have learnt to give maximum value to parent' s and grand parent' s observations on what they report. In every case there certainly are some substance in them. So I must appreciate you as for being an observant father. Please consult a paediatrician who may ask for some tests like a chest x ray and ultrasonography. In certain cases babies are born with birth defects like diaphragmatic hernia which may cause such situation. You may please show my note to the doctor you consult.
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Sir/Madam, I have too much sweating on my palms, soles and in sides. It is continuing from last 3-4 years. Some times it is too much that I can't shake hands with any one .Where ever I sit continuously for half an hour my pant as well as that area also become wet. I think so when ever I become nervous that sweat comes starting. My shirt from side area also become so wet that some times I feel ashame. I had check it out T3, T4,T5 report for thyroid. They all are with in range. I had taken English medicines (from physician & skin doctor) as well as Homeopathic medicines there is not so improvement. Please advice me is this disease has treatment? If yes then to whom should I have to refer? Either I should have to change my diet?

PDDM, MHA, MBBS
General Physician, Nashik
Sweaty Hands called palmar hyperhidrosis is quite embarrassing condition. The specific cause for excessive sweating is unknown but it may be triggered by stress, anxiety, hormonal imbalances, health conditions like congestive heart failure, diabetes, Parkinson’s disease etc., But many believe it is caused by a hyperactive sympathetic nervous system, causing the sweat glands in the hands to produce sweat unnecessarily. Drysol or other Topical Medicines containing Aluminium chloride may be tried. Oral Medications - anticholinergic drugs like Oxybutynin, propantheline bromide and benztropinereduce hyperhidrosis. may be helpful. Iontophoresis treatment where patients place their hands in trays filled with water that pass a mild electrical current through the skin of the hands. This causes the outer layer of the skin to thicken, blocking the flow of sweat. Botox Injection where the toxins temporarily block the release of acetylcholine, the chemical neurotransmitter from the nerves that send signals to the sweat glands, but is very costly. The last option is Surgery a procedure called ETS - Endoscopic Thoracic Sympathectomy. Avoid spicy foods, alcohol and caffeine, smoking and drink more water to lower your body temperature are also helpful.
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