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Dr. Vrajesh Udani  - Neurologist, Mumbai

Dr. Vrajesh Udani

Neurologist, Mumbai

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I'm dedicated to providing optimal health care in a relaxed environment where I treat every patients as if they were my own family....more
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Dr. Vrajesh Udani is a renowned Neurologist in Mahim West, Mumbai. You can meet Dr. Vrajesh Udani personally at Hinduja Hospital - Mahim in Mahim West, Mumbai. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Vrajesh Udani on Lybrate.com.

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Veer Savarkar Marg, Mahim West, Mahim. Landmark:Near Bombay Scotish SchoolMumbai Get Directions
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What is migraine? And we talk about migraine with people they feel like "u have migraine" is migraine is very dangerous problem? Please explain broadly about it. people think that the person who have migraine is stressed. And physcho and all.

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine
General Physician, Jaipur
Migraine is a type of headache. It is usually due to brain neurovascular system. It occurs as severe headache with vomiting a d giddiness. It can be well managed by medicines and lifestyle changes.
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At an age of 6 months my sister got fits (brain fever, now she is 19 years old she is not get cured from the disease. My father has consulted so many neurosurgeons for her treatment in many cities, but no one has not suggested the right treatment for her problem. Plzz help me in this regard.

MBBS, Diploma in cosmetology, Cc USG
General Physician, Gurgaon
She need proper evaluation CT scan/ EEG was done? can cause of seizure was detected ? for controlling fits patient need to take long term (3-5 years) treatment and medicine should not missed even for single day Consult Good Neurologist as soon as possible, better to opt for Delhi hospital like AIIMS/ Apollo, i can guide you further
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I feel so week inside that I don't feel like talking walking and even eating. Leg cramps all time my legs sleep with me ie numbness .what could be the reason.

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Greater Noida
I feel so week inside that I don't feel like talking walking and even eating. Leg cramps all time my legs sleep with ...
You need healthy balanced diet as your symptoms are of deficiency of calcium and other vitamins specially vitamin B.You need customized diet plan to improve your health mean while you can follow few tips- start eating small frequent energy dense meals instead of 3 large meal like stuffed paranthas with curd\ whole eggs\spoon full of desi ghee in dal or with roti, paneer, nuts, sprouts, pulses, chicken etc have shakes of fruits with added nuts drink atleast 8-10 glasses of water. Eat all seasonal fruits and vegetables. Manage stress do some moderate intensity exercises for 30 minutes daily. Have positive body image appreciate your self quit smoking or drinking if any Take sound sleep of 7-9 hour.
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I am suffering from neurofibroma, its been from my child age. Having small bumps on my arms, thigh, back. Am 'lil bit afraid that in future should not turn into tumor. What should I do to eliminate these. Is it a serious issue? Please suggest me some medicine and diet as well.

MBBS, DNB ( Radiation Oncology)
Oncologist, Mumbai
There are some cancers associated with neurifibromas. You should be vigilant about any sudden change in character or appearance of any nodules.
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I am 22 years old. I have migraine. I take 4-6 disprin in a week. 2 disprin per headache. People's says its bad for lever. What should I do?

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Navi Mumbai
I am 22 years old. I have migraine.
I take 4-6 disprin in a week.
2 disprin per headache.
People's says its bad for l...
First of all you should follow some basic thing 1. Avoid=hot and cold at time 2. Less the sugar as much as possible if you want to eat sweet take juggery which is black 3. Do not drink water after meal drink at the time of meal sip by sip up to 150 ml 4. Avoid late night sleep 5. Shir shuladi vajra ras vati 1 tb after lunch and dinner 2. Audumbaravleha 2 tsp before lunch and dinner.
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What are the reasons for a migraine headache. I think I've been having several these past few days.

DRCH, BHMS
Homeopath, Bareilly
It is triggered due to acidity, stress, loss of sleep, emotional disturbances and some environmental factors. Try to avoid the factors which excite pain in your case. Take easy digestible food to avoid acidity. Sleep for at least 8 hours. Avoid taking stress. Take homeopathic medicine for complete cure.
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I am suffering from epilepsy. My daily medicine is. 1.epilex chrono 300 mg 8 am 8 pm 2. Frisium. 5 mg sleep time. Can I. Use ?- 1. Pushp dhanva ras tab. 2.manmath ras. Tab. 3.birahat bangeshwar ras. Tab. Can I use this. Medicine?

MBBS
General Physician, Jalgaon
Please Instead do. Go for morning walk in greenery daily Do yogasanas and pranayam daily Do meditation regularly Take Cap gokhshur by Himalaya 2 2 for 3 mths Continue your current medicine for epilepsy All above points will help you in epilepsy also.
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My dad - 71 years - he had ptca done in 1997 and was also diagnosed with diabetes. Till aug 2014 it was all working well with minimal drugs - diabetes under control through diet etc and cholesterol levels quite normal. However, last year in aug-14, he had high fever and got unconscious (10-15 minutes)/fallen down on the way to bathroom and fractured his leg. He does not remember what happened. Got admitted and was administered with antibiotics (novosafe). Meanwhile got catheter inserted as he was not able to pass urine and/or move because of fractured leg. Got released from hospital after 6-7 days but soon after two days again got high fever again and fell unconscious again. Gave bit of sugar and took to hospital - he felt much better by the time he reached to hospital and wsa hospitalized. Doctors suspected uti and diagnosed hypoglycemia. After that he had high fever 2 times and novosafe, piptaz courses for 6-7 days each time worked. Doctor suggested urine culture this jan 2015 and" susceptible to colistin" was found. We got 10 day course of colistin followed by 1 month course of niftas. He did not get high fever of 4-5 days after that. However got fever 5-6 times -- 100-101 degree - for a day or two with normal antibiotics gets over. Each time normal urine test showed few puss cells and couple of times off late not even those. Urine test was quite normal. We observed that high fever occurred after some physical exertion earlier 3-4 times but later 5-6 times after colistin course no such co-relation and got urine test done and puss cells were found very low/none. Usg and uriflowmetry was done in may-15 and not found any issues except that prostate slightly enlarged (which was noticed even in usg in aug 14) and for which doctor advised not to do any procedure except have tamdura (1 at bed time for 2 months) and take nurokind (1 every day for two months). Urologist does not think its recurrent uti case at least anymore. Diabetologist does not think its due to diabetes. Heart specialist also thinks nothing wrong there as lipid profile and color doppler showed normal. However, fever has been repeating every 15-20 days though puss cells are not found now. Every time he gets bit unconscious (5-10 minutes) - starts with some fever. Heavy eys. Getting unconscious. Expert suggested to consult now neuro-physician and cardiologist after usg and carotid doppler tests. Also, another expert doctor suggested it may be yers of diabetes causing the same. However, he suggested urine culture with sensitivity analysis including test for suspected fungiurea and atypical mycobacterial uti to rule out its uti. Not sure what to do (tried to keep it as brief and can give more details).

Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS), MS - Urology, MBBS
Urologist, Ahmedabad
My dad - 71 years - he had ptca done in 1997 and was also diagnosed with diabetes. Till aug 2014 it was all working w...
Dear please give reports of cbc, esr, and usg (kub) with post-void film and also that of uroflow. Please post pictures as well. One more possibility is t. B. As t. B. Is very common in diabetic patients specially with irregular and recurrent fever.
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Severe Case Of Epilepsy - How One Can Deal With It?

DNB (Neuro-Surgeon), MBBS
Neurosurgeon, Delhi
Severe Case Of Epilepsy - How One Can Deal With It?

The word epilepsy brings to mind visions of people frothing at the mouth and rolling on the ground. However, epilepsy affects each patient in a different way. This can make it hard to recognize at times. In the more serious cases of epilepsy, an epileptic attack can make a patient injure himself or develop other life threatening conditions. In rare cases, epilepsy can even cause death. Thus it becomes imperative to understand how to deal with epilepsy.

Treatment options for epilepsy can be categorized as medication, surgical procedures and dietary changes.

Medication
Medication for epilepsy is prescribed on the basis of the symptoms presented and the type of epilepsy the patient is suffering from. In most cases, seizures can be controlled with a single type of medication, but in others, the doctor may need to prescribe a combination of medicines to control epilepsy. These forms of medication do have side effects and hence any reactions to the medication must be immediately brought to the doctor's notice. The dosage for epilepsy medication may need to be varied with time. An epileptic patient should never discontinue medication on their own.

Surgery
Depending on the type of seizures and the area of the brain affected, a doctor may advise surgery in cases of severe epilepsy. Surgery can help reduce the number of seizures experienced or completely stop them. Surgery to treat epilepsy is of many types. Some of the common procedures are:

1. Surgery to remove tumor of any such conditions that may be triggering the epileptic attacks
2. Surgery to remove a small section of the brain from where a seizure originates. This may also be referred to as a lobectomy.
3. Multiple subpial transaction or a surgery that involves making a series of cuts in the brain to prevent the seizures from spreading to other parts of the brain.
4. Surgery to sever the neural connections between the right and left hemispheres of the brain.
5. Surgery to remove half the brain's cortex or outer layer

Dietary changes
A diet rich in fats and low in carbohydrates can help reduce seizures. This is known as a ketogenic diet and aims at making the body break down fats instead of carbohydrates. It can cause a buildup of uric acid in the body and thus should be practiced only under the guidance of a dietician. In cases where epileptic attacks are triggered by malnutrition and birth defects, taking vitamin supplements can help lower the frequency of seizures.

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