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SHARADA E.N.T. HOSPITAL

ENT Specialist Clinic

17, Ambika Shopping Centre, Sector-8, Phase II,Nr Rajiv Gandhi Bridge, Nerul, Navi Mumbai
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SHARADA E.N.T. HOSPITAL ENT Specialist Clinic 17, Ambika Shopping Centre, Sector-8, Phase II,Nr Rajiv Gandhi Bridge, Nerul, Navi Mumbai
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Our medical care facility offers treatments from the best doctors in the field of ENT Surgeon . Our goal is to provide a compassionate professional environment to make your experience co......more
Our medical care facility offers treatments from the best doctors in the field of ENT Surgeon . Our goal is to provide a compassionate professional environment to make your experience comfortable. Our staff is friendly, knowledgable and very helpful in addressing your health and financial concerns.
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SHARADA E.N.T. HOSPITAL is known for housing experienced ENT Specialists. Dr. Sharad Bhalekar, a well-reputed ENT Specialist, practices in Navi Mumbai. Visit this medical health centre for ENT Specialists recommended by 54 patients.

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11:00 AM - 01:00 PM 06:30 PM - 09:00 PM

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Nerul Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400070
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ENT Specialist
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11:00 AM - 01:00 PM
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Rhinoplasty - Things You Must Know About Nose Job!!

M. Ch. (Plastic Surgery), MS - General Surgery, MBBS
Cosmetic/Plastic Surgeon, Noida
Rhinoplasty - Things You Must Know About Nose Job!!

Rhinoplasty, more commonly known as Nose-Job, is a cosmetic procedure designed to change the shape and size of the nose. 

A Rhinoplasty can effectively change the size and shape of the nose to complement the facial balance. It also helps improve nasal symmetry efficiently enhancing your facial features.

How is the surgery performed?

We prefer General Anaesthesia for the surgery to make patient pain free and most comfortable. It’s a Day-care procedure or may need overnight stay.

The operation involves an incision which is made for easy access to the cartilage and bones of the nose. These incisions are generally placed inside the nose, so that they do not appear as scar marks after the surgery is done. Moulding, removal or replacement of the bone or cartilage depends on the demands of the restructuring of the nose. Once the reshaping of the nose is done, the nose tissue is put back into place and a splint is temporarily placed to support the new structure of the nose. The splint is removed at 5-7 days. 

Precautions to take after a nose surgery

After a nose surgery, the area around your nose will stay swollen and bruised for around 10-15 days. Thus you have to ensure that-

  1. You get adequate period of rest.

  2. Use cold compresses over the swollen face, this will reduce the swelling and ease the pain.

  3. Do not indulge in relatively vigorous physical activity for 15 days. 

  4. Take you medicines regularly.

Risks of nose surgery

Every surgery or medical procedure involves certain risks, and so does Rhinoplasty. Along with some puffiness and bruising around the eye and nose region, you may also experience-

  1. Some amount of bleeding 

  2. Injury to the septum area

  3. Irritation of the skin and skin problems 

  4. Infections 

  5. Nasal blockage due to swelling in the inner nasal area 

  6. Complications resulting from anaesthesia 

Although there are certain risks to Rhinoplasty, the surgery is considerably safe if done by a qualified expert plastic surgeon and the results are quite permanent.

Feeling dizzy and light headed quite often for a week now. What could be the reason? Anything to worry about? Any immediate remedies?

MBBS, MD, DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Indore
Feeling dizzy and light headed quite often for a week now. What could be the reason? Anything to worry about? Any imm...
Dizziness (bodily or emotional weakness) and lack of energy typically go hand in hand. Though both symptoms are common and often mild, persistent or extreme cases may indicate a serious underlying condition, such as depression, testosterone deficiency or a sleep disorder. Since fatigue and energy shifts are symptoms of countless conditions, so do consult us so that we can diagnose the cause and start the treatment. Till then take Gelsemium 200, 4 pills thrice a day for 3 days and report thereafter. Take nutritious food, be hydrated, have proper 7-8 hours of sleep, do meditation or yoga to de- stress yourself go for CBC and thyroid test done. Do revert back with the reports.
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Hello. I am 27 years old. I am always feeling dizzy. My blood reports are normal. My vitamin d3 is 8.5.all other reports are normal. My blood pressure is 140/80. I have done my brain MRI which is normal What can I do? Why m always feeling dizzy. Please suggest. Thank you.

BAMS
Ayurveda, Thrissur
Hello. I am 27 years old. I am always feeling dizzy. My blood reports are normal. My vitamin d3 is 8.5.all other repo...
Are you a very anxious person. Who gets tensed very easily or so. Keeping in mind you high blood pressure for a 27 year old. It definitely is a concerned you a re e on Medicines for high blood pressure .please check with your doctor .some medications can make you dizzy .if there are no medications then please check your BP one again and be sure the BP reading are correct. Sometimes it so happens that very talented people with fluctuating blood pressure, the brain may not receive adequate blood flow causing a dizziness. Or even anthing like vertigo can cause dizziness. Which is due to ear problems. Just counter check with a general physician.
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Tonsils and allergy for last two years. I have take Tonsils (Khansi) Medicine for Several Times but haven't got any relief. What should I do now?

CCEBDM, PG Diploma In Clinical cardiology, MBBS
General Physician, Ghaziabad
1. Avoid exposure to cold 2. Take bath with little warm water 3. Do steam inhalation regularly at least once a day 4. Warm salt water gargles daily 5 no cold water / cold drinks / ice creams and so on 6. No smoking 7. Wash hands after use of bath room and before and after eating food. 8 more warm liquids 9. Cough into your upper sleeve/ elbow for medicine contact on private chat Good luck.
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Vertigo (Chakkar) Tips

Occupational Therapy (OT)
Occupational Therapist, Jaipur
Vertigo (Chakkar) Tips

During the change of seasons there is a change in humidity in the atmosphere which may affect, so take precautions not to go out in morning or evening.
Vertigo mostly occurs during a position change, so take precautions.

Sir, I feel something stuck in my throat. When I sneeze sometime yellow type material (one fourth of pea size) comes out with a extremely foul smell. PLEASE HELP ME OUT. WILL BE GRATEFUL TO YOU FOR THE HELP.

DNB (ENT)
ENT Specialist, Delhi
Sir, I feel something stuck in my throat. When I sneeze sometime yellow type material (one fourth of pea size) comes ...
Hello sir if you do not have pain over your face or headache then first of all do not try to clear your throat often rather take plenty of fluids orally with steam inhalation three times a day for ten minutes.
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I always feel mucous is stuck under my nose passage, doesn't come out until I shake my head. All though I can breathe without issues. It just feel irritating and can't sleep at night due to this. Could this a sinus symptoms or swollen membrane with nose? Any suggestions to over this issue?

M.D.(Ayu.) Basic Principles, B.A.M.S., I.P.G.T.& R.A., GAU
Ayurveda, Ajmer
Hi Lybrate User use salin nasal spray or Halin capsule solution putting in hand krachief or hot water and than take vapour two times a day. It Will cure your problem. Tc Thanks Regards.
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Please prescribed for increase immunity And relief from allergy. I have face so many problem like bad breath. Nose blocked due to sinuties.

MBBS (Hons), MD DTCD, NMCH PATNA
Pulmonologist, Patna
First of all go for x ray pns and chest. Avamys nasal spray is helpful. Water vapor inhalation is also helpful.
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Haemophilia - Understanding How It Can Be Managed!

MBBS, DNB (General Medicine)
General Physician, Delhi
Haemophilia - Understanding How It Can Be Managed!

Haemophilia is a type of disorder in which blood does not clots easily or in a normal way. Haemophilia A is one of the common types of disease which causes due to deficiency of blood clotting factor VIII. Haemophilia B is another type which is caused due to the deficiency of blood clotting factor IX. Haemophilia is a lifetime condition which has no exact cure but can be managed by treatment. Haemophilia is a hereditary disorder which is mostly seen in men but is also observed in women sometimes if they carry the gene.

Symptoms of Haemophilia
Symptoms of haemophilia can vary depending on the severity of the disease. In most of the cases, bleeding is the common symptom of haemophilia. Sometimes, haemophilia causes internal bleeding which if left untreated can cause joint pains. There are some other general symptoms seen in people suffering from haemophilia. They are listed here.

  1. Bleeding through the nose
  2. Bruising
  3. Bleeding seen in faeces or urine
  4. Continuous bleeding when removal of tooth, surgery and when injured
  5. Unprompted bleeding
  6. Bleeding seen in joints which lead to swelling and pain
  7. Bleeding seen in urinary and gastrointestinal tracts

In some cases, internal bleeding happens in the brain which may come into notice during an injury. Such type of internal bleeding can be detected by the following symptoms.

  1. A severe headache
  2. Drowsiness
  3. Neck pain
  4. Severe stiffness in the body
  5. Abrupt weakness
  6. Problems in walking

Treatment for Haemophilia
The standard treatment of haemophilia involves mainly in replacement of missing clotting factor. As haemophilia is caused due to deficiency of factor VIII, the treatment involves the injection of factor VIII concentrates into the body which can be identified depending on the severity of bleeding, the site of bleeding and the age of the patient. Depending on the seriousness of the disease, factor VIII concentrates are given to the patient before going for surgery or dental extractions. This can help in preventing the bleeding.

As haemophilia is a hereditary disease, it is advisable to concentrate on prevention rather than cure of the disease. In order to prevent the disease, it is wise to undergo a genetic counselling. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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How To Deal With The Presence Of Foreign Bodies In Ear/Nose/Throat?

Diploma - Diploma - OLO - Rhino-Laryngology, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
ENT Specialist, Pune
How To Deal With The Presence Of Foreign Bodies In Ear/Nose/Throat?

What is a foreign body (FB)?
Foreign body or FB is an object or piece of extraneous matter that has entered the body by accident or design. It is common to see certain items getting stuck in the ear, nose or throat especially, in young children. While most of the time they do not raise an alarm, however, sometimes they can lead to severe consequences like rupture of the eardrum or even choking.

How do FBs affect ear, nose and throat?

  • Children over 9 months develop an ability to pick up objects. As they explore the environment around them, they tend to put items such as peas, beans, marbles, beads, cotton, paper, etc, in their mouth, nose or ears. A similar trend can be seen in adults with mental disorders.
  • Trauma/ fall/accident can force FBs like rock, pebbles into the ear, nose or throat.
  • Adults while riding a bike or sleeping on the ground (campsites) can have insects: flies, ants, roaches fly into the nose or ear.
  • Choking occurs when FBs block the airway, common reasons are: not chewing the food properly, diseases like Parkinsonism, drinking alcohol or certain drugs that slowdowns the process of swallowing.

Managing FB in the ear, nose and throat

Foreign bodies in the ear
Symptoms: Pain in the ear, discharge or bleeding from the ear, feeling of fullness or pressure in the ear and dizziness and nausea in extreme cases.

Management:

  • Make sure the patient is sitting in an upright position, pull the pinna or outer semicircle of the ear towards the back. This can help you see the object clearly and also loosen it to wiggle out. If you can see the object clearly, use a tweezer to grasp the object and gently remove.
  • In case a live insect gets trapped inside the ear lie down and place few drops of warm vegetable or baby oil. Use oil only if symptoms of eardrum perforation like pain, bleeding/discharge from the ear is absent.
  • Tilting the head to the affected side can facilitate gravity to dislodge the object.

Foreign bodies in the nose:
Symptoms: 
Pain and difficulty in breathing from that side of the nose.
Management: Keep the uninvolved nostril closed by pressing a finger against the side of the nose and gently ask the person to blow from the affected nostril.

Foreign bodies in the throat:
Symptoms: Choking, inability to breathe and speak 
Management: Perform Heimlich maneuver: abdominal thrusts, if trained otherwise, it is advised to call for medical help immediately.

How can you prevent foreign bodies from entering your ear, nose, throat?

  • Discourage talking, playing, laughing when food is in the mouth.
  • Do not give whole grapes, popcorn, nuts to children below 3 years.
  • Keep small objects out of reach of small children.
  • Teach children to avoid placing objects into their nose, ears.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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