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Dr. Suryaprakash Bhandari

Gastroenterologist, Mumbai

Dr. Suryaprakash Bhandari Gastroenterologist, Mumbai
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Dr. Suryaprakash Bhandari is a popular Gastroenterologist in Vikhroli East, Mumbai. He is currently practising at Dr. Suryaprakash Bhandari@Godrej Memorial Hospital in Vikhroli East, Mumbai. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Suryaprakash Bhandari on Lybrate.com.

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I have chronic appendix. I have problems with digestion and urination since last 6 years. What should be the reason? What will be the effects on my body due to appendix?

PDDM, MHA, MBBS
General Physician, Nashik
I have chronic appendix. I have problems with digestion and urination since last 6 years. What should be the reason? ...
Chronic appendicitis may cause symptoms related to abdominal discomfort or more generalized symptoms. Chronic appendicitis may appear with mild abdominal tenderness, pain, and malaise or lethargy.
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Hello sir' mere pet m bohot hot feel hota hai acid & gas ki bohot dwai kha chuka hu m kya kru.

MS - General Surgery, MBBS
General Surgeon, Delhi
Hello sir' mere pet m bohot hot feel hota hai acid & gas ki bohot dwai kha chuka hu m kya kru.
Avoid outside spicy and fried food. Walk about 3-5 kms daily. There should be gap of 2hrs after dinner and sleep. Small and frequent meals is of help. Keep your blood sugar controlled. Raise your bed about 4" from headend side. Get your gastroendoscopy done. Tab nexpro-l 1 tab empty stomach.
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I have problem of upset stomach from childhood taken both allopathy and ayurvedic treatment. It becomes alright for some months then again if I have some heavy food or outside food I again suffer from problem of stomach ache and loose motions. Kindly suggest me what should I follow?

PDDM, MHA, MBBS
General Physician, Nashik
I have problem of upset stomach from childhood taken both allopathy and ayurvedic treatment. It becomes alright for s...
Eat a high-fiber diet. Get insoluble and soluble fiber. Limit foods that are high in fat. Choose lean meats. Incorporate probiotics into your diet. Eat on schedule. Stay hydrated.
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I am a rectum cancer patient. I underwent surgery and removed colon and rectum. The biopsy report says my cancer stage is T3N1. My doc advised me to eat low fiber foods. I still have difficulty passing urine and motion. What all food I must include in my diet? What other treatment I have to undergo after this?

Post Doctoral Research (Ph.D.) (A.M) (Oncology), Integrative Oncology for Physicians (MSKCC, N.Y, USA), Doctor of Natural Medicine (N.D/ N.M.D), Ayurveda (I) Cert., Advanced Strategic Management (APSM), B.E (Computer Sc. & Engg.), Clinically Relevant Herb-Drug Interactions (CME) - (Cine-Med Inc. USA)
Alternative Medicine Specialist, Bhubaneswar
I am a rectum cancer patient. I underwent surgery and removed colon and rectum. The biopsy report says my cancer stag...
Hi lybrate-user. I appreciate you seeking help. Following is what you can include in a low fiber diet - (a) poultry - tender meat cuts, chicken (well cooked and soft), scrambled egg whites. (b) dairy - fresh yogurt, cottage cheese, custard, ice cream, soups etc all (c) breads & cereals - white breads, white rice, plain pasta or noodles (d) vegetables - fresh and well cooked tender vegetables without any seeds, skin, stems etc all. Vegetable soups and juices (without pulp) can be taken too. (e) fruits - small amount of soft cooked fruit without skin and seeds, clear fruit juice, well ripened banana in small amounts, (f) apart from the above-mentioned, he can have dark chocolates, mayonnaise, plain gravy, honey, jellies etc all too subject to his health condition foods that he needs to avoid are as follows - high fiber foods including peas, beans, lentils, legumes, nuts, processes meats, tough meats, brown rice, dried fruits, raisins, wheat germ, canola, coconut, bran, whole grains and whole wheat products, steamed vegetables, corn, cabbage, cauliflower, onions, potatoes with skin, berries, marmalades, pickles, potato chips, olives, horseradish, cucumber etc all are best avoided. The above-mentioned is subject to your consulting doc's concurrence too. He may have to drink lots of clear fluids unless advised otherwise by his doc. Your consulting medical oncologist can best advise on the next steps post surgery. However, an integrated therapy that extrapolates the best of conventional medicine and naturopathic/ alternative medicine to further treatment shall be a desirable approach to treat, going forward. You may connect with me should you require me to complement appropriately. Hope this helps. Take care and all the very best.
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I am seafaring from hyperacidity. Ever day I am having daly 1 pantakind DSR tab. How could I control this?

PGDHHM, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
I am seafaring from hyperacidity. Ever day I am having daly 1 pantakind DSR tab. How could I control this?
Some changes in diet and lifestyle will help u recover from acidity problem. Continue with your medication. Eat smaller meals frequently than heavy food. Avoid carbonated drinks and spicy food and fatty / processed foods. Drink plenty of liquids. Eat fresh food. Eat 3-4 servings of fruits everyday. Avoid coffee. Maintain a healthy lifestyle and exercise daily. If overweight, reduce your weight. Hope this helps u.
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I have blood in my stool and it pains while excreting since past week. What should I do and who should I consult?

BHMS
Homeopath, Raebareli
I have blood in my stool and it pains while excreting since past week. What should I do and who should I consult?
Please note that you are having piles. The first home treatment for piles that is highly recommended is ice. Ice will help constrict the blood vessels, reduce swelling and give you immediate pain relief. •Apply an icepack or a partially melted piece of ice wrapped in a cloth directly on the affected area for about 10 minutes. Do this several times a day until the hemorrhoid goes away. •You can even use a small pack of frozen vegetables such as peas or corn. Wrap the pack in a tea towel and then apply it on the hemorrhoid. Do this for 20 minutes at a time, three times a day. Take Nux vom 30 – twice daily for next 10 days and report back for further treatment.
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I am 30 years old I have a acidity problem, what steps I have to take for reduce the acidity problem I am facing this problem since 1year I want a best solution for this problem.

BHMS
Homeopath, Raebareli
I am 30 years old I have a acidity problem, what steps I have to take for reduce the acidity problem I am facing this...
Keep your bowels clear. Take a balance-diet always avoid fast-foods/cold drinks sleep well do morning exercise do not drink water in excess - drink water according to your thirst. Take nux vom 30 -- once daily at bedtime.
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I am 37 years old male and I am having piles problem even I followed veg high fibre diet drinking sufficient water still problem recurring frequently also treated for anal fissure in 2012 and again suffering fissure at same place again now. Please suggest.

MBBS, MBA (Healthcare)
General Physician, Delhi
avoid constipation.avoid straining on stool. use green vegetables.take pilex tab one tab 3 times daily. use pilex ointment on anus. consult surgeon for detail check up.
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Meri age 22 year h. Mujhe aksar gas banti h digestive ptblm. Gale se lekr pait me jalan rahti h. Vometting ati h khane k baad aksr. Bhookh km lgti h khana bhi ni kha pate jada.

Fellowship in Comprehensive Ophthalmology, DOMS
Ophthalmologist, Sangrur
Meri age 22 year h. Mujhe aksar gas banti h digestive ptblm. Gale se lekr pait me jalan rahti h.
Vometting ati h khan...
Hello A. Avoid junk food B. Walk for 20 minutes after dinner C. Maintain a gap of 2 hrs between dinner and sleep
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Hello, I am suffering from gas problem. The stomach was look too tight and some pains are coming like someone stretching. Please help me. Thank you.

MBBS
General Physician, Cuttack
Hello, I am suffering from gas problem. The stomach was look too tight and some pains are coming like someone stretch...
1.Take bland diet, avoid spicy food 2.,Drink plenty of water. 3.Take one tablet of sompraz 40 daily in morning before breakfast 4.For stomach pain take one tablet of meftal spas up to a maximum of three tablets daily after food 5.If no relief, consult
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BHARAT JYOTI, MRACGP, INCEPTOR, MD-PhD, MD - Psychiatry, FIPS, Fellow of Academy of General Education (FAGE), DPM, MBBS
Psychiatrist, Bangalore
Irritable Bowel Syndrome Treatment

The medical community has not yet determined the cause for Irritable Bowel Syndrome. A combination of treatments may help a sufferer cope with the symptoms; however given the diverse symptoms of IBS sufferers; diarrhea, constipation, pain, bloating, etc, and it's chronic nature, none of these treatments at present will ultimately cure IBS.
IBS is a non-life threatening illness. It does not progress or increase your risk of developing Inflammatory Bowel Disease or Cancer. Treatment focuses on the relief of symptoms so you can live your life as normally as possible.

There is much anecdotal information on the internet as to what may relieve IBS symptoms. We recommend that before starting any new dietary, medical food or over the counter (OTC) remedy, that you consult with your physian. Physician's rely on risk and benefit decisions based on reproducible research data when they suggest a treatment for someone suffering from IBS.

Based on your physician's diagnosis after the appropriate medical tests, treatment, in our opinion, may be different for those suffering from mild, moderate or severe symptoms; however, they may be summarized as follows.

Mild: manage stress and make changes to your diet and lifestyle
Moderate: As per Mild + fiber supplements, over-the-counter (OTC), anticholinergic, or like, medications.
Severe: As per Moderate + tricyclic or SSRI antidepressants, or 5-HT3 or 5-HT4 or Chloride channel activator or guanylate cyclase-C (GC-C) agonist medication.

Your physician may recommend one or more or none of these treatments. See your physician for all recommendations for treatment. It is very important to follow-up with your physician. Refer to the medication page for an overview of medications for IBS.

Treatments:
Role of stress and visceral hypersensitivity
Role of diet
Prevention
Self Care
Coping Skills
Alternative Medicine
Prescription Medical Food

Specific Treatments Now and the Future:
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Hypnosis: There is research evidence that IBS symptoms respond favorably to other therapeutic approaches such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and hypnosis. As IBS is a chronic condition, with an ongoing fluctuating course, these treatments may help the individual to develop skills for managing the condition over the long haul. Many people with IBS also have a co-existing anxiety or depressive disorder, the symptoms of which also benefit from these types of treatments.
Probiotics: Probiotics (good bacteria) which contain the strain bifidobacterium infantis 35624 have been shown to relieve abdominal pain, bloating, urgency, constipation or diarrhea. Align and VSL#3 are marketed over-the-counter (OTC) with this strain.
5-HT3 antagonist: Lotronex (alosetron), is used for the control of pain and diarrhea associated with IBS in women (IBS-D). It was removed from the market at the recommendation of the United States FDA in Nov. 2000 and re-introduced in June 2002.
5-HT4 receptor agonist: These medications help relieve the symptoms of constipation and pain associated with IBS and constipation (IBS-C), and chronic idiopathic constipation in women. Zelnorm/Zelmac (tegaserod) was approved by the FDA in the United States. Effective April 2, 2008 Zelnorm is only available to patients in the U.S. Under emergency situations.
Chloride channel activator: These medications help relieve the symptoms of constipation and pain. Amitiza (lubiprostone) was approved by the FDA in the United States for IBS with constipation and chronic idiopathic constipation.
Guanylate cyclase-C (GC-C) agonist: These medications help relieve the symptons of constipation and abdominal pain. Linzess (linaclotide) was approved by the FDA in the United States for IBS with constipation and chronic idiopathic constipation.
Antibiotics: There is some research evidence suggesting that IBS symptoms may be caused in part by an abnormal growth of bacteria in the small intestine, referred to as Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO). A specific regiment of antibiotics, namely Rifaximin (xifaxan), have been investigated to treat this condition.
Prescription Medical Food: These products are regulated by the FDA under the Orphan Drug Act and are meant to be used under physician supervision. One prescription medical food is indicated for the clinical dietary management of IBS-D under physician supervision as part of ongoing medical care for a specific condition or disease. Some patients due to chronic conditions, diseases or specific drug therapies have an impaired ability to ingest, digest, absorb, or metabolize food and certain nutrients. This medical food product is prescribed to help people manage their bowel problem.
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I have stones in my gall bladder; is there any method of dissolving those and removing without operating and removing the gall bladder?

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
Although the gallstones cannot be removed with medicines but being a homoeopath and with an experience of 20 years besides me,I have developed certain technical medicinal combinations with which our gallstones will be removed completely but the percentage of removal of gallstones is 70% ( means if out of 100 patients ,70 patients were removed of gallstones.)This is very high percentage and I am very much confident about it.consult me if you dont want to go for surgery.You will have to purchase a package of 2+2 months ( Including medicines )from me as we cant get these medicinal combinations in market.
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Sir there is a problem in my abdomen. I always suffered from digestive problem. I tried many local treatment but my digestion not become as usual. There is also a problem in my ear it always appear popping sound in my ear. Please recommend me better suggestion.

PDDM, MHA, MBBS
General Physician, Nashik
Sir there is a problem in my abdomen. I always suffered from digestive problem. I tried many local treatment but my d...
Eat a high-fiber diet. Get insoluble and soluble fiber. Limit foods that are high in fat. Choose lean meats. Incorporate probiotics into your diet. Eat on schedule. Stay hydrated. Kindly get examined by ENT surgeon.
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I'm suffering from stomach pain since from 2 weeks, and I have digestion problem the food which is taken will not digest. Help me.

MS - General Surgery, MBBS
General Surgeon, Delhi
I'm suffering from stomach pain since from 2 weeks, and I have digestion problem the food which is taken will not dig...
Avoid outside food. Walk about 3-5 kms daily. There should be gap of 2hrs after dinner and sleep. Small and frequent meals is of help. Keep your blood sugar controlled. Raise your bed about 4" from headend side. Get your gastroendoscopy done. Tab nexpro-l 1 tab empty stomach.
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I feel burning sensation while eating some spicy or hot food. Is it a problem if yes than how I can come over with this?

MS - General Surgery, MBBS
General Surgeon, Delhi
I feel burning sensation while eating some spicy or hot food. Is it a problem if yes than how I can come over with this?
Avoid tea/coffee alcohol, smoking spicy food. Life style changes and food habbits can solve your problem easily. Chew your food properly. Avoid outside food. Walk about 3-5 kms daily. There should be gap of 2hrs after dinner and sleep. Small and frequent meals is of help. Keep your blood sugar controlled. Raise your bed about 4" from headend side. Get your gastroendoscopy done. Tab nexpro-l 1 tab empty stomach.
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8 Steps to Heart by Healthy Eating

MBBS, MD-General Medicine, DM - Cardiology
Cardiologist, Secunderabad
8 Steps to Heart by Healthy Eating

Choose wisely
Be mindful about choosing heart healthy foods; for example:
- plant-based diets low in fat, salt and added sugars
- high fiber and whole grains
- lean protein
- foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids (flaxseed, salmon and other fish, certain oils and nuts)

2. Read food labels
The labels on the side of food and beverage packaging provide a lot of useful information about the nutritional content, including calories, sodium, cholesterol, fat, sugars and key vitamins per serving.

3. Mind your portions
Many of us overeat without really knowing it. Portions at restaurants even the size of bagels, baked goods and other prepared items have steadily gotten bigger over the years. Know how much is too much, and which foods are better to load up on. Some people find it helpful to visually divide their plate and pre-portioning healthy foods for the week.

4. Learn how to cook healthy
How you prep your food is important; try to avoid frying food and substitute unhealthy fats when possible. It's also best to make snacks and meals from scratch and limit processed foods, which often contain hidden sodium and added sugars.

When you do eat out try to reduce your calories, fat and salt by asking for:
- no added butter or salt
- half of the portion to be boxed up before they plate it for you
- the dressing on the side

5. Limit alcohol
Experts advise limiting it to one drink a day for women and two for men.

12 fl oz of
Regular beer
8-9 fl oz of
Malt liquor (shown in a 12-oz glass)
5 fl oz of
Table wine
 

3-4 fl oz of
Fortified wine
(such as sherry or port; 3.5 oz shown)
2-3 fl oz of
Cordial, liqueur, or aperitif (2.5 oz shown)
1.5 fl oz of brandy or cognac
(a single jigger or shot)
 

1.5 fl oz shot of 80-proof distilled spirits


6. Don't shop hungry
If you go to the grocery store hungry, you are more likely to make unhealthy impulse buys.

7. Keep a food diary
This is one of the best ways to look critically at your patterns of eating over time. Based on this information, you can make healthy changes. There are also nutritional and food tracking apps that can help.

8. Ask for help
Don't go it alone or attempt to cut out major foods groups or make too many changes at once; your efforts can backfire. Talk with your health care provider or nutritionist about how many calories you should be consuming each day and come up with an eating plan that is realistic and fits your life. Ask your partner or family to help you stick to a healthy diet.


A healthy diet can help you maintain a healthy body weight and control your blood cholesterol, blood pressure and blood sugar.

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Sir, Mujhe pet me bhot gadbad ho jati hai khana khata hu turant hi toilet jana padta h please help me.

MS - General Surgery, MBBS
General Surgeon, Delhi
Sir, Mujhe pet me bhot gadbad ho jati hai khana khata hu turant hi toilet jana padta h please help me.
No smoking, no alcohol if any. Avoid outside spicy and fried food. Walk about 3-5 kms daily. There should be gap of 2 hrs after dinner and sleep. Small and frequent meals is of help chew your food properly at time of lunch and dinner. Keep your blood sugar controlled. Raise your bed about 4" from headend side. Get your gastroendoscopy done. Tab nexpro-l 1 tab empty stomach.
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I am 40 year male,have hyperacidity,and bowel moment is freaquent at least 3-4 times a day.Sufferring with hyperthyroid,taking thyrox .75 mcg,esomeprazole 20 mg daily.Diet is normal. No fatty food i am taking,only home made simple food i take but growing weight .I am 74 kg with 5 feet 7 inces hight which is high about 10 kg. Please suggest.

Practical Course in Diabetology, POST GRADUATE COURSE IN DIABETOLOGY, MBBS
Endocrinologist, Srinagar
See that your hypothyroidism is controlled. Other wise it is case of irritable bowel syndrome. Consult gastroentrologist.
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I am suffering from gas in the stomach since from the morning every day. Also answer me that egg make gas in stomach.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
I am suffering from gas in the stomach since from the morning every day. Also answer me that egg make gas in stomach.
Avoid spicy food in your diet and also avoid peanuts and potatoes in your diet and can take tablet pan-d before breakfast and for specific individual eggs also causes gas.
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What to do for liver, kidney, intestinal detoxification? How to cure and where? Kindly refer if any person in Coimbatore.

PGFCP, PGDEMS, Bachelor Of Ayurvedic Medicine And Surgery
Ayurveda, Satara
What to do for liver, kidney, intestinal detoxification? How to cure and where? Kindly refer if any person in Coimbat...
DEAR Lybrate USER. You have to follow some basic things so that you get better results in a short period of time. …. 1) take solid diet two times in a day and liquid diet two times in a day …2) drink only 100-150 ml of lukewarm water during meals …. 3) don’t drink water before meal for one hour and one hour after meal…4) avoid oily, spicy, junk, fermented and stale foods…. 5) avoid late night sleeping habits …6) avoid coffee and tea…. A) take 30ml of triphala juice and 10 ml of honey early in the morning on empty stomach and at night before sleep. B) take 10 gm of HARIDRA KHAND after meals…. C) take 2-2 tablets of arogyavardhini vati and chandraprabha vati after meals, D) take 30 ml of aloevera juice along with 30ml of lukewarm water. Do all things for 30 days. It gives you good result. Consult to me for further suggestion. THANKS.
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