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Dr Deshmukh's Gastro Liver & Endoscopy Center

  4.4  (89 ratings)

Gastroenterologist Clinic

Ground Floor, Unity Campus Center, In Front of KTHM College, Old Pandit Colony Gangapur Road Nashik
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Dr Deshmukh's Gastro Liver & Endoscopy Center   4.4  (89 ratings) Gastroenterologist Clinic Ground Floor, Unity Campus Center, In Front of KTHM College, Old Pandit Colony Gangapur Road Nashik
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By combining excellent care with a state-of-the-art facility we strive to provide you with quality health care. We thank you for your interest in our services and the trust you have place......more
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Dr Deshmukh's Gastro Liver & Endoscopy Center is known for housing experienced Gastroenterologists. Dr. Sharad Deshmukh, a well-reputed Gastroenterologist, practices in Nashik. Visit this medical health centre for Gastroenterologists recommended by 43 patients.

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Ground Floor, Unity Campus Center, In Front of KTHM College, Old Pandit Colony Gangapur Road
Nashik Nashik, Maharashtra - 420002
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Dr. Sharad Deshmukh

DNB Gastroenterology, Consulatant Gastroenterologist, Chief gastroenterologist
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4 Years experience
500 at clinic
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Colonoscopy - When It Is Important To Go For It?

DNB Gastroenterology, Consulatant Gastroenterologist, Chief gastroenterologist
Gastroenterologist, Nashik
Colonoscopy - When It Is Important To Go For It?

Screening for cancer of the colon or large intestine and rectum is a proven way of saving a person from the impacts of colorectal diseases. This is partly because colon cancer is something that can be prevented if detected at an early stage and the polyps which may advance to cancer are removed properly. Thus if you are turning 50 soon, be prepared to present yourself for a screening colonoscopy that will help you ensure good health and well-being. It may sound uncanny, but do you know that 50,000 people across the world die from colorectal cancer every year, and it is ranked second in terms of cancer-centric deaths.

Understanding the importance of having colonoscopy: You may wonder how a painful, invasive, embarrassing, uncomfortable and time-consuming health test may be called a present. There are reasons enough. A screening colonoscopy is able to expose a cancerous tumour that's presently under way and cast light on the chances and risk factors that may precede it. When you choose to intervene early, you have the power to nip those risks at their budding stage, much before those malicious cells become malignant.

Spreading of the colorectal cancer: Your large intestine is really a big and last organ of the gastrointestinal system where the small intestine discontinues. Its primary function is to remove the water out of the leftover solids of digestion and get rid of them in the form of stool. Cancer may start to develop anywhere within the tube that expands 5 feet long and squares the vacant area of the abdomen. The large intestine expands up towards the right side, i.e. the ascending colon and then turns left through the liver, i.e., the transverse colon, bending down right at the spleen on its left, i.e. descending colon and loops to the middle, i.e., the sigmoid colon before it runs across the rectum and ends at the anus.

People who need a colonoscopy: To simplify matters, it can be said that all adults are at a potential risk of the colorectal cancer, including those people who lead a healthy life. But some people are at a higher risk. Those individuals have a specific gene mutation that predisposes them to develop into numerous polyps. The risk is also high with people who are first-degree relatives of a person diagnosed with cancer before the age of 50. People with Ulcerative colitis, various types of inflammatory bowel diseases and Crohn's disease are also at a higher risk.

Colorectal cancer is a serious ailment and screening colonoscopy is a feasible means of detecting any polyps that may be cancerous in the future. Speak with a reputed gastroenterologist today to stay ahead of the disease.

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Stomach Ulcers - 5 Ways It Can Be Treated!

DNB Gastroenterology, Consulatant Gastroenterologist, Chief gastroenterologist
Gastroenterologist, Nashik
Stomach Ulcers - 5 Ways It Can Be Treated!

A stomach ulcer or gastric ulcer refers to the defects or breakdown in the mucosal lining in the stomach. The stomach contains acid, which helps in digestion and any break in the tissue lining may result in severe pain or bleeding in some cases. The pain is usually felt in the abdomen.

Stomach ulcers cause great discomfort and should be treated effectively. Here are the primary ways for treating stomach ulcers:

  1. Antibiotics: In the case of H. pylori infection, you should take a course of more than two antibiotics, to be taken twice a day and must be continued for a week. Antibiotics such as amoxicillin, clarithromycin or metronidazole may be used in case of such stomach ulcers. However it is always recommended to consult a specialized doctor before consuming any of these medicines. After several weeks of using the antibiotics, you should get a test done for detection of H. pylori bacteria. If they are still present, you have to take different antibiotics.

  2. Proton Pump Inhibitors: Proton pump inhibitors or PPIs helps in the reduction of the amount of acid produced by the stomach. This prevents damage to the ulcer and lets it heal naturally. PPIs are generally taken for four to eight weeks. The most common PPIs which are used for treating stomach ulcers are omeprazole, pantoprazole and lansoprazole.

  3. H2 Receptor Antagonists: H2 receptor antagonists reduce the production of stomach acid and function the same as PPIs. The most common H2 receptor for treating stomach ulcers is ranitidine.

  4. Antacids/ Alginate: All measures to treat stomach ulcers take several hours to show results. Your doctor may prescribe antacid medications for neutralizing the stomach acid. This will provide relief for the moment, but the relief is quite temporary and for a short span of time. By this time, the strong medicines most likely start working. There is a certain antacid medicine known as alginate. This develops a protective coating on the stomach lining. Antacids are available at all over the counter medicine stores and you should consult your doctor to get the best antacid which would work effectively on your stomach ulcer symptoms. You should take antacids before going to sleep or after taking meals.

  5. Natural Remedies: Stomach ulcer can also be treated at home using natural remedies. Medicines may sometimes cause further digestive complications, so home remedies are much more easy to follow and do not have side effects. The best way is to follow a proper diet, which is comprised of certain food items that help in curing stomach ulcers. You should consume bananas, honey, garlic, green leafy vegetables like cabbage, licorice and capsaicin.

Stomach ulcers cause great pain and also bleeding in several cases. Proper treatment procedures should be taken in case of stomach ulcer. There are many medical remedies, as well as home remedies for treating stomach ulcers. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Gastroenterologist.

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What?s so good about Fermented Foods?

DNB GASTROENTEROLOGY
Gastroenterologist, Nashik
What?s so good about  Fermented Foods?
Health benefits of fermented foods

Fermented foods are the raw foods which go through the process of lacto fermentation. In this process, they feed on sugar and starch present in the food and create probiotics, vitamin b complex, omega 3 fatty acids, etc. Some fermented foods are pickles, buttermilk, yoghurt, dosas, idlis, sprouts, etc.

Here are 9 health benefits you get when you have fermented foods.

1) relief from gastric discomfort - they regulate the acids produced in the stomach by increasing the production of digestive juices, thus giving relief to the upset stomach.

2) relief from acidity - eating fermented foods ensures that a protective coating is formed in the inner lining of your stomach thus protecting it from acidity.

3) aids digestion - pickles, buttermilk and yoghurt increase digestive juices in the stomach, thus aiding better digestion of food.

4) treat constipation - fermented foods also treat constipation by increasing the production of digestive juices from the pancreas and gallbladder.

5) good for diabetics - fermented foods help diabetics by helping in the secretion of insulin from pancreas thus regulating the level of blood sugar.

6) generate good bacteria - fermented foods have probiotics which help increase the good bacteria in the gut.

7) aids weight loss - fermented foods are supposed to be healthier too and those who are trying to lose weight, eat fermented foods.

8) fights diseases - fermented foods also help kill the bacteria that lead to diseases like cholera and typhoid.

9) build immunity - being rich in omega 3 fatty acids, they are good for the heart. Fermented foods are also rich in vitamins c enabling them to fight infections. They have healing properties and contain good bacteria which are good for the gut.

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In year 2007 after colitis since then having problem of constipation. Gasritis. Indisgation & loss of appitide I had taken h. Pylori treatment course. I have tried allopathic & homoepatic medicines but there is no relief. Kindly advice.

DNB GASTROENTEROLOGY
Gastroenterologist, Nashik
In year 2007 after colitis since then having problem of constipation. Gasritis. Indisgation & loss of appitide I had ...
What is mean by gastritis, I want to know in details. You may have post infectious ibs c. Consult me for medication.
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My son is having lump in his anus, due to which some time he is unable to do his routin job. It pains like hell. What is to be done for this, if surgery is required how many days rest is required, and how much will be expenditure ?

DNB GASTROENTEROLOGY
Gastroenterologist, Nashik
We need to know what is the lump. Is it abcess or cancer. Consult immediately to Dr. For further help.
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Hi doctor. I am a moderate drinker and have a fatty live as per my blood reports and ultrasound (ultrasound says: impaired visualisation of intraheptic vessels) and my lft reports are as under bilirubin total 0.7 mg/dl s. G. O. T 56 u/l. seek help.?

DNB GASTROENTEROLOGY
Gastroenterologist, Nashik
Hi doctor. I am a moderate drinker and have a fatty live as per my blood reports and ultrasound (ultrasound says: imp...
U have fatty liver due to your alcohol use are you over weight? first stop drinking decrase your weight do regular exercise repeat sgpt and sgot2 months after you follow above instrctions if lft are abnormal, I will prescribe you medications.
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