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Dr. Arun Uday

Allergist/Immunologist, chimakurthy

Dr. Arun Uday Allergist/Immunologist, chimakurthy
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What to take in food to a person deficient of blood? And what syrup is there to make strong immune system?

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
What to take in food to a person deficient of blood? And what syrup is there to make strong immune system?
To increase your Heamoglobin value apart from medication eat green vegetables, jaggery, carrots , beet etc
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Asthma - What Triggers it?

DNB (General Medicine), Diploma in Tuberculosis and Chest Diseases (DTCD), MBBS
Internal Medicine Specialist, Gurgaon
Asthma - What Triggers it?

Asthma is a condition marked by the swelling and narrowing of the airways thus, producing excess mucus. This triggers coughing, breathing difficulties and wheezing. Asthma can be a minor inconvenience for some, while for others, it can often result in a deadly asthma attack.

Causes
It isn’t definite as to what causes asthma in some and not in others, but a combination of genetic and environmental factors is a probable reason. Factors that trigger asthma is varied, and is subjective. Some common causes of asthma include:

  1. Airborne matters, such as cockroach waste particles, pet dander, mould spores, dust mites or pollen
  2. Respiratory Infections
  3. Physical activity
  4. Cold air
  5. Irritants (such as smoking) and air pollutants
  6. Some medications, such as naproxen, ibuprofen, beta blockers and aspirin
  7. Stress and strong emotions
  8. Preservatives and sulphites added to some beverages and food, such as wine, beer, processed potatoes, dried fruit and shrimp
  9. Gastroesophageal reflux disease (Stomach acids retreat into the throat)

Signs you should look for?
Symptoms of asthma vary a lot, and differ among people. You can have infrequent attacks at times or suffer from the symptoms perpetually. Asthma symptoms and signs include:

  1. Breathing difficulties
  2. Chest pain or tightness
  3. Trouble sleeping due to breathing problems, wheezing or coughing
  4. A wheezing or whistling sound at exhaling
  5. Wheezing or coughing attacks that are aggravated by respiratory virus, such as flu or cold

Complications associated with asthma include:

  1. Symptoms and signs that interfere with recreational activities or school work
  2. Sick days from work or school when asthma flares up
  3. Persistent contractions of the bronchial tube that can lead to problems in breathing
  4. Hospitalisation and visits to the emergency room during critical asthma attacks
  5. Long-term consumption of certain medications to fix severe asthma can cause side effects

Treatment

Long-term control and prevention are the main goals of asthma treatment. Treatment generally applies learning about the things that trigger your asthma, taking necessary steps to dodge them and checking your breathing to ascertain that your regular medications are effectively controlling your asthma. Inhaled corticosteroids, long-acting beta agonists, theophylline are some common long-term treatments to control asthma.
Medicines are prescribed based on your symptoms, age, triggers and what best keeps your asthma regulated. Also, you and your doctor need to work together to come up with a plan to counter your asthma. For example, if you think your symptoms are getting better, consult with your doctor to reduce your medication doses. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a pulmonologist and ask a free question.

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What we will do when snake bite and there will no doctor and medicine.

MBBS
General Physician,
90 % of bites are by non poisonous snakes and 10 % are by poisonous snakes and if there is nobody around just lie down for ten minutes hoping the bite to be from non poisonous snake and if possible call for help and we need to immobilise the part and than can contact a nearby dr.
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My mom having allergy with cold water, dust particle, smoke, cold wind which results in flu and sneezing what should they do?

MD - Paediatrics, MBBS
Allergist/Immunologist, Kollam
My mom having allergy with cold water, dust particle, smoke, cold wind which results in flu and sneezing what should ...
Dear lybrate-user, your mother should be advised to avoid cold water and use warm water, avoid smoke ie mosquito coil burning in the the rooms, no smoking in the house do not use wood/gobar for cooking. An allergy test under the guidance of an allergist followed by allergy immunotherapy for dust mites. Taking oral antihistamines at night for 4-6 weeks will be help ful. Thankyou.
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Dear Doc good wishes I has been suffering from allergic asthma for about 10 years. I take montelukast and levocetirizine after 2 days interval, which keep me healthy. Now my question is how long should I take these medicines? And How could I cure myself without medicines? Thanks.

MD PULMONARY, DTCD
Pulmonologist, Faridabad
Dear Doc good wishes I has been suffering from allergic asthma for about 10 years. I take montelukast and levocetiriz...
These medicine help more in allergic rhinitis and not asthma. Allergy screening blood test to confirm allergy. If positive then skin prick test for detecting offending allergens.
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I feel my immunity is poor. I catch cold frequently and take antibiotics take a very long time to cure me.

MD - Paediatrics, MBBS
Allergist/Immunologist, Kollam
I feel my immunity is poor. I catch cold frequently and take antibiotics take a very long time to cure me.
Immune boosters vit c. Vit d fruits amla. Moringa leaves ie drumstick s. Citrus fruits lemon. Oranges. High protein foods egg soya protein fish. Chicken. Good sleep and adequate rest can improve immunity. Thankyou.
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Respected Sir, I have a 7 years old boy child. He is oftenly sick by cold and cough. Yesterday, he was extremely sick by cold, then a child specialist told that he is also suffering from asthma. He did not take any report, he just checked it normally with his stethoscope. Sir What should I do? Should 2nd Opinion and how much I should worry about it. please Reply. Thanks.

MD(Ayu), Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Bhavnagar
Tips for you * take ginger & turmeric mix with honey before food * take ajvayan & jeera 1 tsp each after each meal * take hot water only * eat less then of your hunger. Take fast. It will help you for less cough production * avoid day sleep, stress, night awaking * start excersice. I need detailed history for better solution & medicine.
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MBBS, AFIH, PGDMLS, MD-HRM, MD-HM
General Physician, Gurgaon
Vitamin c helps in immunity boost. Take lemon or amla in diet every day.
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I have too many problems and I discussing it below:-- 1. My stomach is bulg out and when I run for 5 min I become too much tired and I take too much breath. 2. My latrine and urine smells too much bad. 3. I have an allergy from dust and smoke. I start sneezing when I smell it and my breath block. I can not breath clearly at that time. 4. After 30 min of taking meal I become hungry again. 5. My penis is curved like a banana. 6. I am getting an addict of masturbation. I masturbate 2 times daily. 7.Due to all these problem I can not concentrate on my study. Please doctor help me. I want to study. Please help me.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Sexologist, Faridabad
I have too many problems and I discussing it below:--
1. My stomach is bulg out and when I run for 5 min I become too...
No it is not correct if you are doing daily. You will run out your sexual strength in soon if you continue. Mind it you should suspend it as soon as possible do regular exercise increases blood flow in the body, particularly to those organs involved in sex. In addition, exercise can improve how your body looks, bettering self-esteem and confidence level.
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I have dust allergy I have problem piles pls help me.

MBBS
General Physician,
Hello, I am giving you brief idea about treatment of piles treatment of piles includes following methods 1. Non-surgical approaches injecting the haemorrhoid vein to make it scleroses or harden, using rubber bands haemorrhoid removal with laser surgery or haemorrhoidectomy (ectomy=removal) using a scalpel. Another alternative is stapled haemorrhoidectomy, medicine is usually used to treat associated symptoms like pain, constipation, anaemia due to bleeding but permanent treatment is only surgical and for dust allergy you need to avoid duct as much you can.
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I was bitten by a dog 3 days ago now can I take rabies injections or it is too late.

M.B,B.S
General Physician, Gurgaon
I was bitten by a dog 3 days ago now can I take rabies injections or it is too late.
Hello lybrate-user, You take anti Rabies inj. Rt now and no further delay, its better to take protection by having anti rabies injection immediately, but its hardly matters if you will have now anti rabies Inj. Good luck and take care.
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My cousin is having asthma problem. She needs to take the asthalin pump regularly. How yo get rid out of this?

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
I will suggest her to avoid any triggering factor, take folic acid regularly, eat a healthy diet, always be stress free, exercise regularly.
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I have black scars on my face may be due to sunburn and I am also the patient of asthma. I had tried many creams but effect was none. What should I do?

B.Sc, DBMS, BHMS, PGDCR, PGDHM
Homeopath, Kolkata
I have black scars on my face may be due to sunburn and I am also the patient of asthma. I had tried many creams but ...
Dear pt, take plenty of water. Use raw coconut oil over your face at bed time overnight then wash by facewash in the morning. Sepia 200 one dose in every morning until it cured. Thanks.
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Hi, please suggest one good medicine for my friend as she is suffering from cold, cough and having mild symptoms of asthma.

MBBS, MBA (Healthcare)
General Physician, Delhi
take sinarest one tab at night for 3 days. do gargle, take steam , take multivitamins. take balanced diet.
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The Procedure and Risks of Spirometry

MD PULMONARY, DTCD
Pulmonologist, Faridabad
The Procedure and Risks of Spirometry

Spirometry is a common medical test that is conducted in order to detect whether your lungs are working properly. This is done by detecting the amount of air you can inhale and exhale along with the time taken to complete both of these procedures. Spirometry is useful to diagnose any underlying medical condition like asthma, Chronic Obtrusive Pulmonary Disease, persistent coughing or problem during breathing. If you are receiving treatment for chronic lung disorder, spirometry is also useful to check whether or not your lungs are responding to the specific kind of treatment.

Procedure: The process of spirometry involves the use a mouthpiece and a tube adjoined with a machine which displays the recorded results. Before the onset of the procedure, which generally takes place in a hospital, you will be prescribed by the doctor to wear comfortable clothing which will not restrict your normal breathing process and will be asked to have a light meal before the procedure. The procedure will be conducted while you are sitting. 

Spirometry takes an estimated amount of 15 minutes to get over with. The nurse will put a clip on your nose in order to close your nostrils. After that, you have to take a deep breath and then breathe out as hard as possible on the tube for a few seconds. You have to make sure that there's no air leakage during this procedure by putting your lips tightly over the tube. In order to arrive at a stable result, you have to conduct the test three times at least. If the results are hugely diverse, then you have to take the test again. The highest result among the three tests is usually denoted as the ultimate test result.

Risks: Spirometry is generally a low-risk inducing procedure. But in some cases, it might cause loss of breath, moments after the procedure. Also, spirometry should not be conducted if the patient has recently had a heart attack or surgery of the eye, abdomen or chest. If you are suffering from vomiting tendencies and you have regular instances of blood in your cough, you should also avoid spirometry.

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I have continue cold problem, dust allergy and one side headache. What to do? Please help me.

AUTLS, CCEDM, MD - Internal Medicine, MBBS
General Physician, Faridabad
I have continue cold problem, dust allergy and one side headache. What to do? Please help me.
There are several things you can do to prevent a cold. they are all easy. -Always wash your hands after coughing or sneezing into your hands, blowing your nose, after touching someone who is sick, or when using public restrooms or telephones. -Cover your mouth and nose when you sneeze or cough. -Get plenty of rest/sleep.staying at home will keep you from spreading germs.Avoid people who have a cold or cold symptoms. -Drink plenty of fluids(veg/tomato soups,dal water/coconut water/herbal tea etc), and eat nutritious food(like sprouts/boiled eggs without yolk with milk). Avoid foods or drinks with caffeine which can impair your sleep -Treatment:A cold usually lasts for a week or two. Unless you develop complications, you shouldn't need medical treatment. -Complications like infections of the ears, throat, sinuses or lungs must be treated with antibiotics. -Gargle to keep from getting a sore throat. -Use saline nasal sprays or nasal irrigation. -Tablet nasorest-p once/twice daily may ease breathing. -Do steam inhalation once or twice daily
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I am 16 years old and I am really fond of inhaling dust and its particles. Is this normal or this is a serious issue or is this any indication for something?

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
It is an indication that you are having low iron levels in your blood and it should be treated as early as possible
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I have dust allergy, weakness of body, cold and cuf, chest pain and headache. Please tell me the way how con I get rid off these problem.

MD(EH)/AM/Accupressure
Acupressurist, Chandigarh
I have dust allergy, weakness of body, cold and cuf, chest pain and headache. Please tell me the way how con I get ri...
Dear lybrate user, You should take for dust allergy homeo medicine Sulf. 1M only one dose of five drops empty stomach one day only. After that wait fir one week and call back privately about changes in your body about allergy cold and cough chest pain etc. so that further course of medicine can be given.
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