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Jaypee Hospital Noida

  4.5  (268 ratings)

Internal Medicine Specialist Clinic

Sector-128 Noida
1 Doctor · ₹200
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Jaypee Hospital Noida   4.5  (268 ratings) Internal Medicine Specialist Clinic Sector-128 Noida
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Our entire team is dedicated to providing you with the personalized, gentle care that you deserve. All our staff is dedicated to your comfort and prompt attention as well....more
Our entire team is dedicated to providing you with the personalized, gentle care that you deserve. All our staff is dedicated to your comfort and prompt attention as well.
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Jaypee Hospital Noida is known for housing experienced Internal Medicine Specialists. Dr. Anand Ratan, a well-reputed Internal Medicine Specialist, practices in Noida. Visit this medical health centre for Internal Medicine Specialists recommended by 94 patients.

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Sector-128 Noida, Uttar Pradesh - 201304
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Dr. Anand Ratan

MD - General Medicine
Internal Medicine Specialist
90%  (267 ratings)
5 Years experience
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My mother 72 years old undergone GallBladder laparoscopic Cholecystectomy on 28-10-2016, after Gallbladder removal the biopsy report Impression" Features are consistent with a moderately differentiated adenocarcinoma-gall bladder. Tumor infiltrates the full thickness of the wall, to be seen in serosal connective tissue" Doctor says develop a cancer cells and treatment for cancer by Chemotherapy, now the problem is She was 72 years and also she was weakness and having Diabetic also, Please advice me is it Chemotherapy is advisable, or any alternative treatment like Homeopathy or Ayurveda is available for cancer. Please help me.

MD - General Medicine
Internal Medicine Specialist, Noida
My mother 72 years old undergone GallBladder laparoscopic Cholecystectomy on 28-10-2016, after Gallbladder removal th...
The prognosis (chance of recovery) and treatment options depend on the following: The stage of the cancer (whether the cancer has spread from the gallbladder to other places in the body). Whether the cancer can be completely removed by surgery. Treatment may also depend on the age and general health of the patient and whether the cancer is causing signs or symptoms. Gallbladder cancer can be cured only if it is found before it has spread, when it can be removed by surgery. If the cancer has spread, palliative treatment can improve the patient's quality of life by controlling the symptoms and complications of this disease. Consult an oncologist for furthur treatment options.
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My mother has diabetes problem and sometimes the problem with stomach. Is diabetes is related with stomach? Advise some precautions and food diet taken in diabetes. Suggest some ayurvedic treatment that can be done for their treatment and free from diabetic.

MD - General Medicine
Internal Medicine Specialist, Noida
My mother has diabetes problem and sometimes the problem with stomach. Is diabetes is related with stomach? Advise so...
Over time, diabetes can affect many parts of your body. One of those is the vagus nerve, which controls how quickly your stomach empties. When it's damaged, your digestion slows down and food stays in your body longer than it should. This is a condition called gastroparesis. It can make you feel queasy and vomit. It's also bad for your blood sugar levels. Although it's more common in people with type 1 diabetes, people with type 2 can also get it. Most people with gastroparesis have had diabetes for at least 10 years and also have other complications related to the disease. If you have diabetes, one of the best ways to help control the symptoms of gastroparesis is to vary when and how you eat. For instance, instead of eating three times a day, you can have six small meals. You'll have less food in your stomach, so you won't feel as full. It'll be easier for the food to leave your system, too. Also, pay attention to the texture of food. Liquids and things that are easy to digest are a good idea. Avoid foods that are high in fat, which can slow down digestion. Also watch out for fiber, which takes longer for your body to process.
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HI I had diagnosed with typhoid 3 months back and started medicine and first week I was getting better but after sometime fever is back then I again started medicine its been 3 months now I don't have fever but my stomach aches and burn sometimes feeling shaky and I am getting so much pimples on my face so please help what should I do.

MD - General Medicine
Internal Medicine Specialist, Noida
Gastritis can be caused by irritation due to excessive alcohol use, chronic vomiting, stress, or the use of certain medications such as aspirin or other anti-inflammatory drugs or long term antibiotics use. It may also be caused by any of the following: helicobacter pylori (h. Pylori): a bacteria that lives in the mucous lining of the stomach; without treatment, the infection can lead to ulcers, and in some people, stomach cancer. Pernicious anemia: a form of anemia that occurs when the stomach lacks a naturally occurring substance needed to properly absorb and digest vitamin b12 bile reflux: a backflow of bile into the stomach from the bile tract (that connects to the liver and gallbladder) infections caused by bacteria and viruses you can go in for an upper gi endoscopy to look for cause in your stomach and then start treatment accordingly after consulting a gastroenterologist.
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He had a serious heart attack at last week. Now he is fine. What is the chance of 2nd attack ?

MD - General Medicine
Internal Medicine Specialist, Noida
He had a serious heart attack at last week. Now he is fine. What is the chance of 2nd attack ?
These factors increase your risk for another heart attack: inactive lifestyle being overweight or obese high cholesterol high blood sugar, if you have diabetes high blood pressure smoking excess stress metal stents, devices placed into an artery to keep the vessel open, have been used in lieu of balloon angioplasty to treat patients with coronary artery disease (cad) for about 15 years, due to their better long-term patency. Nonetheless, with conventional (" bare metal") stents, there may be a disease recurrence rate of at least 20% to 30% due to scar tissue formation within the stent. Much research has been done to try to prevent this scar tissue formation. In the past decade, newer metal stents coated with medication to prevent scar tissue formation have become widely available. These stents have reduced the recurrence (" restenosis") rate of coronary artery disease to well under 10%. These percentages are vlid only if you take proper precautions to avoid risk factors for heart attack as mentioned above and you keep taking your prescribed medicines regularly.
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I am getting frequent farting problem please help. It does not used to be like this before.

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Internal Medicine Specialist, Noida
Excessive flatulence can be reduced or prevented with several methods such as modifying your eating habits, changing your diet to avoid those foods that cause you personally to produce excessive gas, avoiding dairy products if you are lactose intolerant. Get a stool test done to find out if you have any intestinal infection and take treatment according to the report.
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I have a flu what are its symptoms and how can I take precautions and also what are its medications.

MD - General Medicine
Internal Medicine Specialist, Noida
I have a flu what are its symptoms and how can I take precautions and also what are its medications.
1. Avoid close contact. Avoid close contact with people who are sick. When you are sick, keep your distance from others to protect them from getting sick too. 2. Stay home when you are sick. If possible, stay home from work, school, and errands when you are sick. This will help prevent spreading your illness to others. 3. Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when coughing or sneezing. It may prevent those around you from getting sick. 4. Clean your hands. Washing your hands often will help protect you from germs. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand rub. 5. Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth. Germs are often spread when a person touches something that is contaminated with germs and then touches his or her eyes, nose, or mouth. 6. Practice other good health habits. Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces at home, work or school, especially when someone is ill. Get plenty of sleep, be physically active, manage your stress, drink plenty of fluids, and eat nutritious food. Treatment is symptomatic like cough syrup for cough and paracetamol for fever and headache.
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Feeling tensed frequently. Especially after getting up. Feeling blood pressure high especially in the head region. Irregular breathing. Less concentration. Unable to calm mind. Taking thyrox 50 medicine daily. Is it bcos of the medicine?

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Internal Medicine Specialist, Noida
Feeling tensed frequently. Especially after getting up. Feeling blood pressure high especially in the head region. Ir...
Thyroid and other endocrine hormones can play a notable role in the development of headache and migraine and in their failure to respond to treatment. Check your thyroid level and adjust your thyrox medicine dose. Thyroid can cause migraine.
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I am 21 years old my pennis size is 4 inch suggest some tablets to increase its size or diet.

MD - General Medicine
Internal Medicine Specialist, Noida
I am 21 years old my pennis size is 4 inch suggest some tablets to increase its size or diet.
Penis size is genetic. There is no medication or herbal product of any kind that will enlarge your penis so do not waste your money. Honestly, most women do not care much about size. A large penis in of itself does not make for satisfactory sex and a very large penis can hurt. What satisfies a woman best is that you put her needs as being of utmost importance. If you give your woman a lot of attention she will not care about the size of your penis. Most of us will take a man who pays attention to us over a man with a large penis who satisfies only himself any day.
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I have chickenpox since today, I have about 10 or 12 dots on my hand. So what can I do. Sir, give me medicine. Thanks.

MD - General Medicine
Internal Medicine Specialist, Noida
Isolation of the patient for about 6 days after the onset of rashes and disinfecting the articles soiled by nose and throat discharge of the patient are the usual control measures. Treatment mostly consists of easing the symptoms. In serious cases of chickenpox and in people with a weak immune system, aciclovir which works specifically against chickenpox can be used. The drug should help reduce the severity of chickenpox symptoms, especially in older children and teenagers if taken within 24 hours of the rash's first appearance. An alternative antiviral agent is vidarabine. The infected person will be contagious until all the blisters have scabs and when new blisters have stopped appearing. It is advised that the patient should stay at home while they are infectious. Avoid scratching the blisters because of the risk of infection. Cut the nails short or make the patient wear gloves. Pay attention to personal hygiene. Calamine lotion will help relieve itching. Keep the patient in cold surroundings as heat and sweat may make the itching worse. In attacks of chickenpox where the itching is so serious that the sleep is totally disturbed, antihistamine medications with a heavily sedative effect can be used. Many other skin diseases look like chicken pox so kindly visit a dermatologist and get your disease confirmed before starting any medication.
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Hi I am 27 years old and have tb. I am taking akt 3. For last 6 months and I have gained 7 kg weight in this period. Is this weight gain due to medicine.

MD - General Medicine
Internal Medicine Specialist, Noida
Hi I am 27 years old and have tb. I am taking akt 3. For last 6 months and I have gained 7 kg weight in this period. ...
Weight gain on taking anti tuberculosis drugs is a good sign. Weight gain is due to you becoming free of tuberculosis bacteria. Though anti tuberculosis drugs have lot of side effects but generally weight gain is not due to drugs.
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I'm varied about sexual problem. Like. I can't take long time during sex. Pls. Answer about.

MD - General Medicine
Internal Medicine Specialist, Noida
I'm varied about sexual problem. Like. I can't take long time during sex. Pls. Answer about.
STOP AND START METHOD This method is one of the best methods to delay your ejaculation, intensify your orgasms, as well as increase your ejaculate volume. It’s quite simple; all you need to do is withdraw as soon as you feel yourself as reaching a climax. Allow yourself to relax for a while until the sensation subsides. Once the sensation has passed, you can penetrate your partner again and continue. The method not only prolongs your sexual pleasure but the whole process of withdrawing and penetrating again will make your partner long for more and she is likely to reach an orgasm that she has never ever experienced before. SQUEEZE METHODS Another technique is to squeeze the tip of the penis. This is again done as soon as you feel yourself about to ejaculate. The method is perfect for those who men tend to ejaculate even before penetration. As soon as you feel like ejaculating, just squeeze the tip of the penis for ten to twenty seconds. Maintain the squeeze till the feeling subsides. Once the feeling has passed, wait for around 30 seconds and then penetrate again. You can continue doing this until the time that you and your partner are ready to ejaculate. Meet a physician to rule out diabetes or any other medical illness causing your problem.
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I have thyroid. I am taking 75 mg thyronorm tablet. Any natural medicine available?

MD - General Medicine
Internal Medicine Specialist, Noida
Keep checking tsh level every 3 monthly and change the dose accordingly by meeting an endocrinologist.
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I want to about HIV positive disease if intercourse some one without protection is there a chances to be HIV positive and I also wanted to know what is the symptoms of hvi positive person.

MD - General Medicine
Internal Medicine Specialist, Noida
HIV infection occurs when particular body fluids (blood, semen, vaginal fluid and breast milk) containing the virus come into contact with another person’s tissues beneath the skin (for example, though needle puncture or broken skin), or mucous membranes (the thin moist lining of many parts of the body such as the nose, mouth, throat and genitals). In world, most infections now result from unprotected sex (anal or vaginal intercourse without a condom) and/or the sharing of injecting equipment. A few weeks after infection with HIV, the infected person may develop an illness (seroconversion illness) consisting of: Muscle aches Low-grade fever Headaches Sometimes a rash Swelling of the lymph glands may also occur. This flu-like illness may be so mild it goes unnoticed, or in some people it may be quite severe and last for a few weeks before there is a return to seemingly normal health. Either way, this illness at the beginning of the infection is so similar to many other viral infections that the diagnosis of HIV infection may not be made at this time. The length of time that people with untreated HIV infection may live without symptoms varies widely. Some people experience rapid development of symptoms or disease due to their HIV infection, whereas others may remain free of any symptoms for years. When symptoms develop in untreated HIV, they may not be specific and can include: Chronic loss of appetite Diarrhoea Weight loss Fever Lethargy Fatigue.
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What are the syntomps of swine flu? I have breathing problem so please suggest me some solution as soon as possible?

MD - General Medicine
Internal Medicine Specialist, Noida
What are the syntomps of swine flu? I have breathing problem so please suggest me some solution as soon as possible?
Symptoms of swine flu are similar to most influenza infections: fever (100 f or greater), cough, nasal secretions, fatigue, and headache, with fatigue being reported in most infected individuals. Some patients may also get a sore throat, rash, body aches, headaches, chills, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. The incubation period from exposure to first symptoms is about one to four days, with an average of two days. The symptoms last about one to two weeks and can last longer if the person has a severe infection. Some patients develop severe respiratory symptoms and need respiratory support (such as a ventilator to breathe for the patient). Patients can get pneumonia (bacterial secondary infection) if the viral infection persists, and some can develop seizures. Death often occurs from secondary bacterial infection of the lungs; appropriate antibiotics need to be used in these patients. I would suggest get yourself admitted in a tertiary care hospital.
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I have one problem when I eat food then its not properly digest ehat should I do.

MD - General Medicine
Internal Medicine Specialist, Noida
I have one problem when I eat food then its not properly digest ehat should I do.
Undigested food in your digestive tract typically causes diarrhea. A high concentration of unabsorbed nutrients in your intestines prompts an influx of water, leading to diarrhea. You may experience cramps and abdominal pain associated with the diarrhea. If you are having difficulty digesting fats, you may notice your stools float in the commode water and have a greasy appearance. Chronic diarrhea is the most common symptom of malabsorption. Bloating and gas most food digestion and absorption occurs in your small bowel. Under normal circumstances, the fecal material that reaches your large bowel, or colon, has a low concentration of undigested food. With malabsorption, however, large amounts of undigested carbohydrates, fats and/or proteins are transported to your colon. The normal bacteria there feed on the undigested nutrients, releasing gases that cause abdominal bloating and increased passage of gas from your rectum. The overabundance of water in your bowels adds to the bloating you experience with malabsorption. Kindly do an stool routine and microscopic examination and meet a gastroenterologist to come to a final diagnosis.
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Whenever I wake up in morning, I feel so sick. Nose blocked and throat ache. What should I do?

MD - General Medicine
Internal Medicine Specialist, Noida
Whenever I wake up in morning, I feel so sick. Nose blocked and throat ache. What should I do?
Rhinitis is the official term for a stuffy nose. Chronically, it is caused by 1. Allergies, 2. Vasomotor activity, or 3. A side effect of medicines. Allergies are by far the most common. Vasomotor rhinitis is a nerve reaction to a smell, dust, etc which causes the blood vessels to dilate. Kindly use antihistamines, and montelukast for allergy, meet en ent specialist to rule our deviated nasal septum. Steam inhalation twice a day is helpful. If it still is not responding to treatment meet a physician for through examination.
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I am 42 years old. I have piles problem for the past 1 year. How can solve the problem without operation. Give me your advice.

MD - General Medicine
Internal Medicine Specialist, Noida
Making simple dietary changes and not straining on the toilet are often recommended first. If more invasive treatment is needed, the type used will depend on where your hemorrhoids are, particularly if they have developed above, on or below the dentate line. This is a line in the anal canal that separates the areas where the nerves can and can't transmit pain messages. Non-surgical treatments are likely to be very painful for hemorrhoids that have developed on or below the dentate line, as the nerves in this area can detect pain. In these cases, hemorrhoid surgery will usually be recommended. If constipation is thought to be the cause of your hemorrhoids, you need to keep your stools soft and regular, so that you don't strain when passing stools. You can do this by increasing the amount of fiber in your diet. Good sources of fiber include wholegrain bread, cereal, fruit and vegetables. You should also drink plenty of water and avoid caffeine (found in tea, coffee and cola). Follow the below advice when going to the toilet: avoid straining to pass stools, as this may make your hemorrhoids worse, after passing a stool, use moist toilet paper or baby wipes to clean your bottom, rather than dry toilet paper pat the area around your bottom, rather than rubbing it. Various creams, ointments and suppositories (which are inserted into your bottom) are available from pharmacies without a prescription. They can be used to relieve any swelling and discomfort. These medicines should only be used for five to seven days at a time. If you use them for longer, they may irritate the sensitive skin around your anus. Any medication should be combined with the diet and self-care advice detailed above. Common painkilling medication, such as paracetamol, can relieve the pain of hemorrhoids. However, you should avoid codeine painkillers, as they can cause constipation. If you are constipated, your physician may prescribe a laxative. This is a type of medication that can help you empty your bowels. You should meet your doctor to know which type is needed by you after a physical examination. Non surgical methods. Banding is a procedure that involves placing a very tight elastic band around the base of your hemorrhoids, to cut off their blood supply. The hemorrhoids should then fall off within about a week of having the treatment. Banding is usually a day procedure, without the need for an anesthetic, and most people can return to their normal activities the next day. You may feel some pain or discomfort for a day or so. Normal painkillers are usually effective, a treatment called sclerotherapy may be used as an alternative to banding. During sclerotherapy, a chemical solution is injected into the blood vessels in your back passage. This relieves pain by numbing the nerve endings at the site of the injection. It also hardens the tissue of the haemorrhoid so that a scar is formed. After about four to six weeks, the haemorrhoid should decrease in size or shrivel up. After the injection, avoid strenuous exercise for the rest of the day. You may experience minor pain for a while and may bleed a little. You should be able to resume normal activities, including work, the day after the procedure. Infrared coagulation is also sometimes used to treat haemorrhoids. During the procedure, a special device that emits infrared light is used to burn the haemorrhoid tissue and cut off their blood supply. A similar procedure can also be carried out using an electric current instead of infrared light. This is known as diathermy or electrotherapy.
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I am 21years old male and having bad stomach ache and continues loosemotions. What should I do for instant relief?

MD - General Medicine
Internal Medicine Specialist, Noida
I am 21years old male and having bad stomach ache and continues loosemotions. What should I do for instant relief?
If you have a single episode of loose stools then it can be invective and has to be treated according to stool routine and microscopic report either with antibiotics or probiotics. But if you get this kind of loose stools frequently then one has to do tests to rule out inflammatory bowel disease.
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