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Dr. Goma Bali Bajaj  - General Physician, panchkula

Dr. Goma Bali Bajaj

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MEM , Diploma In Geriatric, MBBS

General Physician, panchkula

23 Years Experience  ·  300 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
Dr. Goma Bali Bajaj 87% (272 ratings) MEM , Diploma In Geriatric, MBBS General Physician, panchkula
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Dr. Goma Bali Bajaj is a well-known General Physician in Panchkula. She specializes in Emergency Medicine and operates out of Paras Bliss hospital. While she tends to the 24x7 Emergency Room in the hospital, you can book an appointment with her for a consultation during her office hours. She provides treatments for allergies, smoking addiction and weight management. She also has extensive experience in treating shin splints and in managing surrogacy. She can be reached over phone or video calls for consultations as well.

Dr. Bajaj received her M.B.B.S from Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Bhagalpur, her diploma in Geriatrics from Indira Gandhi Open University and her M.E.M from George Washington University. With years of experience in Emergency Medicine under her belt, she is one of the best General Physicians in Panchkula. Often devising specialized treatments keeping the needs of her patients in mind, Dr. Bajaj has helped many patients over the years with weight management and persistent allergy issues.

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MEM - George Washington University - 2012
Diploma In Geriatric - IGNOU - 2005
MBBS - Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College Bhagalpur - 1994
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Emcon Attended Emergency Airway Management Workshop
Emcon Poster Presentation At Calcutta
Awarded Second prize In Rising Star Oral Presentation in Emcon Kerala
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Intem Poster Presentation At Ahemdabad
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Member of Indian Academy of Geriatrics
Member of Society of Emergency Medicine

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I am 24 year old male. My hair started to turn white from 17 years old itself. Now almost half of my hair is white and I am also facing severe hair fall issue. Please suggest any ways to stop greying and whether I can turn white hair into black?

MEM , Diploma in geriatric, MBBS
General Physician, Panchkula
I am 24 year old male. My hair started to turn white from 17 years old itself. Now almost half of my hair is white an...
Hi lybrate-user ,this can be heredisyry too take a good balanced diet green leafy vegetables brocolli, beans contain zn, mn,imp use selsan medicated shampoo tab Vitamin ATo Z once daily for 2 months use ammla soaked in iron kadaii wash hair with it you.
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What is the reason behind sweating hand, I'm suffering from sweating hand Any medicine to cure this problem.

MEM , Diploma In Geriatric, MBBS
General Physician, Panchkula
hi John it indicate,s u are a little nervous type of personality pleade have confidence in ur self thonk u r the best do some personality development class or iin front of mirror read aloud use can also get ur thyroid function tedt,n blood sugar checked have agoo d balanced diet with green leafy vegetables ,lot of curd hope not on any kind of drugs? avoid cigaret,gutka etc take tablet A to z once a day for one month
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I eat lot of antidepressant medicine. But I am not recovering. I am going in thoughts and then I am not aware what I am doing ,what is going out side.

MEM , Diploma in geriatric, MBBS
General Physician, Panchkula
I eat lot of antidepressant medicine. But I am not recovering. I am going in thoughts and then I am not aware what I ...
Hi hope you r not into drugs plds avoid smoking avoid anxiety have positive outlook to life have good friends cultivate good hobbies listen to good music dee comedy movies ,serials have a good head massage with oil use blue or green night bulb whule Sleeping brighten up your room with bright colours.
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Chicken Pox - 10 Ways To Manage The Symptoms!

MEM , Diploma in geriatric, MBBS
General Physician, Panchkula
Chicken Pox - 10 Ways To Manage The Symptoms!

Chicken Pox is an extremely infectious viral disease that leads to itchy blister like formations ((rashes)) on the skin. It can also be accompanied by mild fever and a general loss of appetite. The pathogen responsible for this disease is the ‘Varicella-Zoster’ virus. It usually affects children under the age of 15, but it can affect an adult too and in such a case, the symptoms are usually more severe. Vaccination is generally recommended in order to prevent the occurrence of this disease.

Tips to manage the Symptoms

  1. To tackle symptoms such as high fever, paracetamol is generally administered.
  2. Calamine lotion might be applied on to the rashes to manage the severe itching. Emollient (soothing) creams can also be applied to ease the effects of the rash.
  3. An antihistamine (eases out the itch and also makes one feel a bit drowsy) can also be administered if the itch happens to cause extreme discomfort.
  4. You should trim your fingernails to prevent any deep accidental scratches as that will only worsen the symptoms.
  5. The patient’s clothes and his immediate surroundings must be properly disinfected.
  6. The fabric should be strictly limited to cotton so the infected person doesn’t feel overly hot or cold. Cotton is a comfortable wear as well.
  7. Drink sufficient water to keep yourself hydrated and flush out the toxins from the body.
  8. The diet should be kept simple and absolutely non-spicy. Mild stews are a good option. Plain chicken soup works fine as well.
  9. A medication called ‘acyclovir’ is sometimes administered as it can help pacify the effects of the virus to an extent; if taken within 24 hours of the onset of the rashes.
  10. Limit alcohol consumption and quit smoking. Try and turn a new leaf with respect to your lifestyle. A healthy lifestyle devoid of such unhealthy habits can strengthen your immune system. A strong well-functioning immune system goes a long way in preventing diseases of different kinds. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a General Physician.
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10 Foods that Rev up Your Metabolism

MEM , Diploma in geriatric, MBBS
General Physician, Panchkula
10 Foods that Rev up Your Metabolism

Foods that you must eat to gear up your metabolism and they will help you lose weight:

  1. Protein rich foods: Protein rich foods, such as meat, fish, eggs, dairy, legumes, nuts and seeds, could help increase your metabolism for a few hours. They do so by requiring your body to use more energy to digest them. This is known as the thermic effect of food (TEF). The TEF refers to the number of calories needed by your body to digest, absorb and process the nutrients in your meals. Research shows that protein-rich foods increase TEF the most. Protein-rich diets also reduce the drop in metabolism often seen during weight loss by helping your body hold on to its muscle mass. What’s more, protein may also help keep you fuller for longer, which can prevent overeating.
  2. Iron, zinc and selenium rich foods: Iron, zinc and selenium each play different but equally important roles in the proper function of your body. However, they do have one thing in common: all three are required for the proper function of your thyroid gland, which regulates your metabolism. Research shows that a diet too low in iron, zinc or selenium may reduce the ability of your thyroid gland to produce sufficient amounts of hormones. This can slow down your metabolism. To help your thyroid function to the best of its ability, include zinc, selenium and iron rich foods like meat, legumes, nuts and seeds in your daily menu.
  3. Chilli peppers: Capsaicin, a chemical found in Chilli peppers, may boost your metabolism by increasing the number of calories and fat you burn. Capsaicin may have appetite-reducing properties.
  4. Coffee: Studies report that the caffeine found in coffee can help increase metabolic rate by up to 11%. Furthermore, caffeine may also help your body burn fat for energy and seems especially effective at boosting your workout performance. However, its effects seem to vary from person to person, based on individual characteristics such as body weight and age. 
  5. Tea: According to research, the combination of caffeine and catechins that’s found in tea may work to boost your metabolism. In particular, both oolong and green tea may increase metabolism by 4–10%. This could add up to burning an extra 100 calories per day. In addition, oolong and green teas may help your body use stored fat for energy more effectively, increasing your fat-burning ability by up to 17%. Nevertheless, as is the case with coffee, effects may vary from person to person.
  6. Legumes and pulses: Legumes and pulses, such as lentils, peas, chickpeas, beans and peanuts, are particularly high in protein compared to other plant foods. Studies suggest that their high protein content requires your body to burn a greater number of calories to digest them, compared to lower-protein foods. Legumes also contain a good amount of dietary fiber, such as resistant starch and soluble fiber, which your body can use to feed the good bacteria living in your intestines. Legumes are also high in arginine, an amino acid that may increase the amount of carbs and fat your body can burn for energy. In addition, peas and lentils also contain substantial amounts of the amino acid glutamine, which may help increase the number of calories burned during digestion.
  7. Metabolism boosting spices: Certain spices are thought to have particularly beneficial metabolism-boosting properties. For instance, research shows that dissolving 2 grams of ginger powder in hot water and drinking it with a meal may help you burn up to 43 more calories than drinking hot water alone. This hot ginger drink also seems to decrease levels of hunger and enhance feelings of satiety. Similarly, adding cayenne pepper to your meal may increase the amount of fat your body burns for energy, especially following a high-fat meal. However, this fat-burning effect may only apply to people unaccustomed to consuming spicy foods. 
  8. Apple cider vinegar: Apple cider vinegar may increase your metabolism. In one study, mice given vinegar experienced an increase in the AMPK enzyme, which prompts the body to decrease fat storage and increase fat burning. In another study, obese rats treated with vinegar experienced an increase in the expression of certain genes, leading to reduced liver fat and belly fat storage. Apple cider vinegar help you lose weight in other ways, such as slowing stomach emptying and enhancing feelings of fullness. If you’d like to give apple cider vinegar a try, be careful to limit your daily consumption to two tablespoons (30 ml).
  9. Coconut Oil: Coconut oil is experiencing a surge in popularity. That may be partly because coconut oil is high in medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs). This is contrary to most other types of fats, which usually contain higher amounts of long-chain fatty acids. Unlike long-chain fats, once MCTs are absorbed, they go directly to the liver to be turned into energy. This makes them less likely to be stored as fat. In addition, researchers report that a daily intake of 30 ml of coconut oil may successfully reduce waist size in obese individuals. 
  10. Water: Drinking enough water is a great way to stay hydrated. Additionally, it seems that drinking water may also temporarily boost metabolism by 24–30%. About 40% of that increase may come from your body trying to match the water’s temperature to its own. Yet, the effects only seem to last for 60–90 minutes after drinking it and may vary from one person to another.

Life Support - Basic First Aid Tips!

MEM , Diploma in geriatric, MBBS
General Physician, Panchkula
Life Support - Basic First Aid Tips!

The first few minutes after an accident or fatal health condition such as a heart attack or stroke can be crucial to a patient’s survival. The first level of medical care that needs to be given to a patient before they can reach a hospital is known as basic life support. Basic life support can be given by paramedics, emergency medical practitioners or even a bystander and does not include the administration of medicines or any invasive procedures.

The first step to take, if a person around you has had a fatal accident is to alert people around you and call for a doctor. Do not panic and try to keep the other bystanders from panicking as well, lie down the person on the floor with his head slightly raised and chin tilted back. Ensure the safety of the patient and look out for danger from traffic, fire, electricity, gas or other environmental hazards. Check the person’s response by calling out to him or shaking him gently. Look over the person’s body for injuries and check to see, if the person’s airways are clear. Look out for gum, toothpick, undissolved medicines, etc. However, do not put your finger in the person’s mouth as this may push the cause of obstruction deeper into the person’s throat.

Place your fingers in front of the person’s nose and mouth to check for exhaled air. Chest movement can also indicate how well the person is able to breathe. If the patient can breathe, do not let him make any abrupt movements and wait for medical assistance. If the person is not breathing, check his pulse and begin chest compressions.

One compression cycle consists of 30 compressions and two recovery breaths. To perform chest compressions, kneel beside the person’s chest. Interlock the fingers of both your palms and place them on the person’s sternum. Ensure that your elbows are not bent and your arms are perpendicular to the person’s body. Press down on the person’s chest twice in rapid succession. This completes one compression. If after 30 compressions, the person has not started breathing on his own, you may give the person two rescue breaths. Pinch the person’s nose shut and cover their mouth with yours. Blow enough air in to make their chest rise. The compression cycle can be repeated five times after which the person’s breathing and circulation must be checked again. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a General Physician.

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Trauma Life Support - How It Should Be Treated?

MEM , Diploma in geriatric, MBBS
General Physician, Panchkula
Trauma Life Support - How It Should Be Treated?

When it comes to accidents and other such traumatic incidents, a concise approach is needed to assess and manage the person’s injuries. The immediate response to an accident is known as basic life support and can be performed by anyone, but advanced trauma life support must be performed by a certified medical practitioner. The main objective of trauma life support is to address the greatest threat to life first.

Trauma life support has three stages primary survey, secondary survey and tertiary survey. A primary survey is the first part of proving trauma life support. This should be addressed in a series of steps that follows the mnemonic, ABCDE.

  1. Assess the airways: If the person is able to talk, his airways are clear. Hence call out to the person and try to get a verbal response. If the patient is unconscious, make him lie down on the floor with the chin tilted back. Open the mouth and check for any obstructions. Fluids such as blood or vomit that is obstructing the airways may be suctioned out. In case the airway is still obstructed, an endotracheal tube may be inserted.
  2. Breathing and ventilation: Check for chest movement that may indicate breathing. If present, tracheal deviation and subcutaneous emphysema should be identified. An inspection of the chest can help identify penetrating injuries, bruising, tracheal deviations and a flail chest segment.
  3. Circulation: Look out for hypovolemic shock that may be caused by excessive bleeding. This bleeding can be controlled by applying direct pressure on the wound. Establish two intravenous lines and administer crystalloid solution to the patient. If the person still does not respond, administer type specific blood or O negative blood to the person.
  4. Disability assessment: A basic neurological assessment can be made by alerting the person, verbal stimuli and its response or unresponsiveness. Towards the end of the primary survey, the Glasgow coma scale can be used to determine the patient’s level of consciousness.
  5. Exposure control: While the patient’s clothes will need to be completely removed, protect him from hypothermia by covering him with warm blankets. Warm intravenous fluids before administering them and maintain a warm environment.

Once the patient’s vital signs are turning normal, the medical practitioner can start the secondary survey. This involves a head to toe medical examination and understanding of family medical history. X-rays of the injury sites may also be taken. If at any point, the person’s condition begins to deteriorate, a primary survey should be repeated. As soon as possible, the patient must be shifted off the hard spine board and placed on a firm mattress. This is followed by a tertiary survey, which helps identify injuries that may have been missed earlier and other related problems. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a general physician.

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Sometime my heart don't do any work I couldn't feel my heart beat I have trouble breathing. Deposit my nose was blooding. And much sweat on my palm. My left hand don't do any work. I couldn't stay in this case I just lying. I don't shere with anyone bcoz I think it just normal but in days it seems to be more with me. What I want to do.

MEM , Diploma in geriatric, MBBS
General Physician, Panchkula
u seem to be suffering frm anxiety pls be calm n confident eat green leafy vegetabless study with concentetation tab A to z once a !day
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Migraine and vomiting daily in the morning since four days with cold like malaria but not any fever.

MEM , Diploma in geriatric, MBBS
General Physician, Panchkula
Migraine and vomiting daily in the morning since four days with cold like malaria but not any fever.
Hi you may be having sinusitis steam inhalation with Karbol plus twice daily for 3 days pant d once for 5 days.
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Hi sir/mam, I have large pores in my face, how to remove these pores, can you suggest? Pls help me. Tell is there any home remedies.

MEM , Diploma in geriatric, MBBS
General Physician, Panchkula
Hi sir/mam,
I have large pores in my face, how to remove these pores, can you suggest? Pls help me. Tell is there any...
Hi old steam your face once a week massage with olive oil use scrub twice a week then apply pack Multan mitti during summers wash.
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Sir I have problem on my nose on black heads ,how to remove by home remedies? Tell me sir.

MEM , Diploma in geriatric, MBBS
General Physician, Panchkula
Sir I have problem on my nose on black heads ,how to remove by home remedies? Tell me sir.
Please steam your forface once in 15. Days then apply a good scrub on your nose n face massage n wash off.
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I am having throat mucus all the time, difficulty to breathe, same time skin irritation and redness of skin, and moth ulcers frequently coming, peeling dry skin from fingers and toes, kindly guide me to consult which specialist doctor as I am facing this problem from some years. Some body told may be leprosy symptoms. Kindly guide I am fully nervous.

MEM , Diploma in geriatric, MBBS
General Physician, Panchkula
I am having throat mucus all the time, difficulty to breathe, same time skin irritation and redness of skin, and moth...
Gargle with salt water twice daily show a skin specialist you can be suffering from psoriasis or leprosy as you mentioned.
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How to change face tone evenly like body tone my face tanned lot how to get normal color and brightly-colored.

MEM , Diploma in geriatric, MBBS
General Physician, Panchkula
How to change face tone evenly like body tone my face tanned lot how to get normal color and brightly-colored.
Prevent sun tanning by wearing a sunscreen covering eyes by sungladses use curd few drops of mustard oil mix and apply on fac e for 15 min then wash once aweek.
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Smoking - A Slow Poison?

MEM , Diploma in geriatric, MBBS
General Physician, Panchkula
Smoking - A Slow Poison?

The consumption of tobacco by humans began many years ago and has taken many forms ranging from rolled tobacco leaves and pipes to cigarettes. Smoking is a habit that is easy to start, but is difficult to quit. Smoking has both short term effects such as bad breath, tooth and gum loss, premature ageing and weakened immune system and long term effects that impair the respiratory system and cardiovascular system.

Smoking can cause and worsen diseases like cancer of lungs, throat, mouth, kidneys and blood and other chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases. Smokers also have a higher risk of conditions such as dementia, cataract, pulmonary fibrosis, psoriasis, osteoporosis and optic neuropathy. Smoking can also affect fertility, cause erectile disorders and speed up the onset of menopause.

It is said that a smoker’s life expectancy is 10 years less than that of a non-smoker. There are three main components of cigarette smoke that can harm the body.

  1. Nicotine: Nicotine is what makes cigarettes addictive and make smoking a habit. In the beginning, it may stimulate the brain but in the long run, your body can begin to crave for nicotine. If this craving is not fulfilled, it can cause irritability, restlessness, headaches and shortened attention span.
  2. Tar: Tar in cigarettes contains many harmful chemicals and is deposited in the lungs. From here it enters the blood vessels and is carried to other parts of the body. In many ways, tar is akin to a poison.
  3. Carbon monoxide: Carbon monoxide affects the blood’s capacity to transport oxygen from the heart to the rest of the body. In the case of pregnant women, carbon monoxide can also reduce the amount of oxygen available to the growing foetus and hence cause complications in pregnancy. Children born to smokers are also said to have an increased risk of suffering from congenital defects and conditions like asthma.

The good news is that quitting it is possible and its benefits can be experienced right away. Within the first 72 hours of quitting, the bronchial tubes begin to open up and breathing becomes easier. If you stop smoking before the age of 50, you can reduce your risk of dying from smoking related complications by 50%. The most important part of quitting nicotine is your own determination and willpower. Nicotine replacement therapy in the form of gums, patches, lozenges and inhalers can also help deal with nicotine withdrawal symptoms and make the process easier. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a general physician.

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Hello my name is Himanshu Bjndal. I am 14 years old .I have the problem of stammering. I feel very hesitation in talking to someone. I don't able to speak things that I know. Help me to get rid of this problem.

MEM , Diploma in geriatric, MBBS
General Physician, Panchkula
Hi lybrate-user first of all become confident look ion the mirror and practise reading aloud for half an hour then contact me.
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Problems Related To Digestion!

MEM , Diploma In Geriatric, MBBS
General Physician, Panchkula
Problems Related To Digestion!

The human digestive system is a very complicated and sizeable component of the body. It starts right at the beginning of the mouth, ending at the rectum. Some of the major responsibilities of the digestive system include absorption of essential nutrients and elimination of wastes.

Not only do digestive problems have embarrassing and unwanted symptoms, serious, chronic diseases can be caused if the minor problems are not treated.

Some digestive problems are listed below:

  1. GERD: This is a burning sensation that results from acids in the stomach being squirted into the oesophagus. A burning sensation is felt, right from the chest to the end of the throat. Frequent heartburns can lead to GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease), symptoms of which include dry cough, sore throat, chest discomfort and difficulty in swallowing.
  2. Bloating: This is caused due to the presence of excess gas in the colon, small intestines or the stomach.
  3. Dyspepsia: This is an uncomfortable feeling or pain which occurs in the upper abdominal regions, mostly a result of excess food intake. It is commonly referred to as indigestion. Dyspepsia can be discomforting and if prolonged, medical assistance should be opted for.
  4. Chronic Constipation: Persistent constipation (chronic) is a sign that there is a problem with the elimination of wastes. This usually happens when the colon is unable to move or pass stools. Other major causes of chronic constipation can be changes in your usual diet, various eating disorders, Irritable Bowel Syndrome and excessive consumption of dairy products among others.
  5. Food Intolerance: This occurs when the digestive system is unable to tolerate certain food items. This condition is different from food allergies as it only affects the digestive system. Some of the common symptoms include diarrhoea, headache, gas and vomiting.

Possible Serious Conditions-

A gastroenterologist is a type of doctor that specializes in diagnosing and treating diseases involving the digestive system. If you continue to experience digestion problems, it’s time to make an appointment.

More serious signs could mean an emergency medical problem. Those signs include:

  • bloody stools
  • continuous vomiting
  • severe abdominal cramps
  • sweating
  • sudden, unintentional weight loss

These symptoms could be an indication of an infection, gallstones, hepatitis, internal bleeding, or cancer.

Medications-

You may be able to overcome digestion problems with treatment and lifestyle changes. Certain diseases of the digestive system might be long-term, but medications can help alleviate symptoms.

Identifying specific digestion problems and talking with a gastroenterologist can go a long way in terms of helping your doctor give you a proper diagnosis. Remember, you don’t have to put up with constant digestive issues.

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Now a days I feel different smell coming from my mouth. What is the reason? What I have to do for that?

MEM , Diploma in geriatric, MBBS
General Physician, Panchkula
Now a days I feel different smell coming from my mouth. What is the reason? What I have to do for that?
please get itself examined for diabetes gargle with mouthwash three times a day tab b complex once a day
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Hi Due to which deficiency nails will turn black or unhealthy. What food we have to take for that problem.

MEM , Diploma in geriatric, MBBS
General Physician, Panchkula
Hi Due to which deficiency nails will turn black or unhealthy. What food we have to take for that problem.
Hi lybrate-user take a balanced diet iron deficiency causes this. Fungal infection also causes discoloured nails Calcium deficiency causes brittle nails Take a good balanced diet green leafy vegetables boiled eggs curd milk paneer dals.
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