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Dr. Kapil Patwardhan  - General Physician, Pune

Dr. Kapil Patwardhan

MBBS, FCPS - Medicine, DNB - General Medicine

General Physician, Pune

19 Years Experience  ·  500 at clinic
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Dr. Kapil Patwardhan MBBS, FCPS - Medicine, DNB - General Medicine General Physician, Pune
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I pride myself in attending local and statewide seminars to stay current with the latest techniques, and treatment planning....more
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Dr. Kapil Patwardhan is one of the best General Physicians in Pune Railway Station, Pune. He has had many happy patients in his 19 years of journey as a General Physician. He studied and completed MBBS, FCPS - Medicine, DNB - General Medicine . He is currently associated with Sahyadri Hospital - Bibwewadi in Pune Railway Station, Pune. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Kapil Patwardhan on Lybrate.com.

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MBBS - Maharashtra Universtity of Health Sciences, Nashik - 1999
FCPS - Medicine - KEM - 2009
DNB - General Medicine - KEM - 2011
Professional Memberships
Maharastra Medical Council
Indian Medical Association (IMA)
National Board of Examination - NBE
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Young Physicians Association
Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine (ISCCM)

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Sahyadri Hospital - Bibwewadi

Plot No.13, S.No. 573, City No.281, Swami Vivekananda Marg, Bibwewadi. Landmark: Near Suhag Mangal Karyalaya & Pune Railway Station, PunePune Get Directions
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I'm 27 years male last year I donated blood for two times in same month after that my haemoglobin count drop to 8 and it's been a year I'm regularly eating mutton please give advice to increase. My haemoglobin count.

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Never donate blood twice in 6 months. Homoeopathic treatment ferrum met 200 - 4 pills 3 times ferrum phos 6x 4 pills 4 times for 8 days.
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I can't sleep properly at night. When I go to bed it takes me 3 to 4 hours to sleep. This is happening to me for many a months.

MBBS, Diploma in cosmetology, Cc USG
General Physician, Gurgaon
I can't sleep properly at night. When I go to bed it takes me 3 to 4 hours to sleep. This is happening to me for many...
Hello, I am giving you some tips for sound sleep and early awaking in morning follow advises given below: 1. Strict to sleep time schedule 2. Do regular physical activity 3. Regular meditation/ yoga, i can give you address of rajyoga meditation center near your house (this is free of cost) 4. Avoid tea coffee after 7 pm 5. You can wash your face and feet properly before sleeping 6. Avoid daytime sleep 7. You can use alarm and gradually reduce your waking time by 15 minutes Consult me if symptom persist
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I am suffering from constipation from last 9 year I have taken treatment from many doctor. Endoscopy also has been done but nothing works I drinks plenty of water and control on my diet but in the morning I never feel fully fresh. There is too much gas in my stomach. My condition very but I have visited to many doctor no one can help me.

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Homeopath, Faridabad
I am suffering from constipation from last 9 year I have taken treatment from many doctor. Endoscopy also has been do...
Hi, Try these steps: Drink two to four extra glasses of water a day (unless your doctor told you to limit fluids for another health reason). Try warm liquids, especially in the morning. Add fruits and vegetables to your diet. Eat prunes and bran cereal. Isabgol, also known as" psyllium husk, is a common health supplement used to treat constipation, other digestive problems, and a few non-digestive problems. It contains 70 percent soluble fiber and, as a result, acts as a bulk-forming laxative. The effectiveness of isabgol largely depends on your individual health needs and the manner in which you take it. Usually, you will need to take 1 to 2 tsp (5 to 10 ml) of isabgol with 1 cup of water (240 ml) or fluid daily at night until your constipation passes. The exact dosage may vary depending on age, medical condition, and response to treatment, however. Eat a well-balanced diet with plenty of fiber. Good sources of fiber are fruits, vegetables, legumes, and whole-grain bread and cereal (especially bran). Drink 1 1/2 to 2 quarts of water and other fluids a day (unless your doctor has you on a fluid-restricted diet). Fiber and water work together to keep you regular. Avoid caffeine. It can be dehydrating. Check on milk. Some people may need to avoid it because dairy products may be constipating for them. Exercise regularly. Go to the bathroom when you feel the urge. Medication: Take Schwabe’s Biocombination-4/ thrice daily for 4 weeks. *********Even if after all these, you don't get relief in constipation then possibility of Irritable Bowel Syndrome can't be ruled out (it's a psycho-somatic problem**********
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Actually I don't get sleep bcos I get scared of something that I also get to know yet.

MBBS
General Physician,
Actually I don't get sleep bcos I get scared of something that I also get to know yet.
That means you are having disturbed sleep may be due to some stresscand strain do not worry go for morning walk regularly followed by free hand exercise have balaced diet and take lot of water by mouth you will be alright.
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My nose is getting bigger and bigger with time.Is there any procedure available apart from rhinoplasty ?

Cosmetic/Plastic Surgeon, Mumbai
Sounds like a condition called rhinophyma. This can be effectively treated with surgery or in some cases with laser. Dr Varun Dixit
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Which medicine can I use for ulcer? It seems that when I eat something even rice it becomes acidity? What will I do?

BDS, Post Graduate Certificate Course in Clinical Research, MDS
Dentist, Gurgaon
Baking soda can cause irritation in some patients. Apply mucaine gel or oraways. If still persists then chk vitamin levels.
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Sinusitis in Children

MBBS, Diploma In Child Health
Pediatrician, Hyderabad

Sinusitis in Children

What are sinuses?

The sinuses

 

The sinuses are cavities, or air-filled spaces, near the nasal passage. Like the nasal passage, the sinuses are lined with mucous membranes. There are four different types of sinuses:

  • Ethmoid sinus. Located inside the face, around the area of the bridge of the nose. This sinus is present at birth, and continues to grow.

  • Maxillary sinus. Located inside the face, around the area of the cheeks. This sinus is also present at birth, and continues to grow.

  • Frontal sinus. Located inside the face, in the area of the forehead. This sinus does not develop until around 7 years of age.

  • Sphenoid sinus. Located deep in the face, behind the nose. This sinus does not develop until adolescence.

How the Sinuses Work?

A basic knowledge of the anatomy and physiology of the nose and sinuses is necessary to understand nasal and sinus disorders.

The nose and sinuses are a part of the upper respiratory tract. The three-dimensional anatomy of this area is complex. The function of the nose in addition to smell is to warm, humidify and filter air that passes through it. The external nose consists of a bony and cartilaginous framework. The nostrils, or anterior nares, form the external opening to the nose. The nasal septum is a midline internal structure that separates the left and right nasal cavities. It is composed of cartilage and bone. A deviated nasal septum can cause nasal obstruction.

There are four sets of paired sinuses. The maxillary sinuses are located beneath the cheeks and under the eyes. The frontal sinuses are above the eyes behind the forehead. The ethmoid sinuses are honeycomb-shaped sinuses located between the eyes, and the sphenoid sinuses are located behind the nose and below the brain. Each of these sinuses is an enclosed space that drains through an ostium, or opening, into the nose. The sinuses are lined by mucosa that is similar to the lining of the nose. These ostia can become blocked by inflammation or swelling of the mucosa as well as by tumors or bony structures.

The lateral nasal wall internally contains the three turbinate bones. These scroll-like structures are covered in a mucous membrane that contains vascular channels that can swell under certain conditions, such as allergy or inflammation. The tear duct or nasolacrimal duct drains tears from the eyes into the nose where it enters beneath the inferior turbinate. Blockage of this duct from injury or disease causes excess tearing of the eye, or epiphora. The middle meatus is a space under the middle turbinate. Within the middle meatus is the osteomeatal complex, which is the common pathway for the drainage of the maxillary (cheek) sinus, frontal (forehead) sinus and anterior ethmoid sinus. Inflammation or swelling of these key areas may cause blockage of the sinuses.

The superior turbinate is a small structure located high in the nose. Behind the superior turbinate is the opening of the sphenoid sinus, located near the back portion of the septum. The pituitary gland is located directly above and behind the sphenoid sinus. Pituitary surgery is performed through the sphenoid sinus.

What is sinusitis?

Sinusitis is an infection of the sinuses near the nose. These infections usually occur after a cold or after an allergic inflammation. There are four types of sinusitis:

  • Acute. Symptoms of this type of infection last less than four weeks and get better with the appropriate treatment.

  • Subacute. This type of infection does not get better with treatment initially, and symptoms last 4 to 12 weeks.

  • Chronic. This type of infection happens with repeated acute infections or with previous infections that were inadequately treated. These symptoms last 12 weeks or longer.

  • Recurrent acute. Four or more episodes of acute sinusitis a year.

What causes sinusitis?

Sometimes, a sinus infection happens after an upper respiratory infection (URI) or common cold. The URI causes inflammation of the nasal passages that can block the opening of the paranasal sinuses, and result in a sinus infection. Allergies can also lead to sinusitis because of the swelling of the nasal tissue and increased production of mucus. There are other possible conditions that can block the normal flow of secretions out of the sinuses and can lead to sinusitis including the following:

  • Abnormalities in the structure of the nose

  • Infections from a tooth

  • Trauma to the nose

  • Foreign objects stuck in the nose

  • Cleft palate

  • Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)

When the flow of secretions from the sinuses is blocked, bacteria may begin to grow. This leads to a sinus infection, or sinusitis. The most common bacteria that cause acute sinusitis include the following:

  • Streptococcus pneumonia

  • Haemophilus influenzae

  • Moraxella catarrhalis

Treatment for chronic sinusitis must be aimed at different bacteria, such as pseudomonas (gram-negative rods), because there are more often the culprit.

What are the symptoms of sinusitis?

The symptoms of sinusitis depend greatly on the age of the child. The following are the most common symptoms of sinusitis. However, each child may experience symptoms differently. Symptoms may include:

Younger children:

  • Runny nose

    • Lasts longer than seven to 10 days

    • Discharge is usually thick green or yellow, but can be clear

  • Nighttime cough

  • Occasional daytime cough

  • Swelling around the eyes

  • Usually no headaches younger than 5 years of age

Older children and adults

  • Runny nose or cold symptoms lasting longer than seven to 10 days

  • Drip in the throat from the nose

  • Headaches*

  • Facial discomfort

  • Bad breath

  • Cough

  • Fever

  • Sore throat

  • Swelling around the eye, often worse in the morning

The symptoms of sinusitis may resemble other conditions or medical problems. Always see your child's health care provider for a diagnosis.

How is sinusitis diagnosed?

Generally, your child's health care provider can diagnose sinusitis based on your child's symptoms and physical examination. In some cases additional tests may be performed to confirm the diagnosis. These may include:

  • Sinus X-rays. Diagnostic test which uses invisible electromagnetic energy beams to produce images of internal tissues, bones, and organs onto film. (X-rays are not typically used, but may help assist in the diagnosis.)

  • Computed tomography (also called CT or CAT scan). A diagnostic imaging procedure that uses a combination of X-rays and computer technology to produce horizontal, or axial, images (often called slices) of the body. A CT scan shows detailed images of any part of the body, including the bones, muscles, fat, and organs. CT scans are more detailed than general X-rays.

  • Cultures from the sinuses. Laboratory tests that involve the growing of bacteria or other microorganisms to aid in diagnosis.

What is the treatment for sinusitis?

Specific treatment for sinusitis will be determined by your child's health care provider based on:

  • Your child's age, overall health, and medical history

  • How sick he or she is

  • Your child's tolerance for specific medications, procedures, or therapies

  • How long the condition is expected to last

  • Your opinion or preference

Treatment of sinusitis may include the following:

  • Antibiotics, as determined by your child's physician (antibiotics are usually given for at least 14 days)

  • Acetaminophen (for pain or discomfort)

  • A decongestant (for instance, pseudoephedrine [Sudafed] and/or mucus thinner such as guaifenesin [Robitussin])

  • Cool humidifier in your child's room

  • Nasal spray to reduce inflammation

  • Medications to treat GERD

  • Surgery to remove the adenoids

  • Endoscopic sinus surgery

Antibiotics may not be given for the first 10 to 14 days, unless severe symptoms develop, such as: fever, facial pain or tenderness, or swelling around the eye. Surgery should be considered only if other treatments have failed.

You may need to take your child to an allergist/immunologist, particularly if he or she has chronic or recurrent sinusitis or has had sinus surgery, but still experience sinusitis.

Antihistamines do not help the symptoms of sinusitis unless it is caused by an allergy.

My urine has been getting yellow since last one week and feel pain inside of my stomach just below of my chest, whom should I get for it.

MD - Ayurveda, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Bangalore
My urine has been getting yellow since last one week and feel pain inside of my stomach just below of my chest, whom ...
Try this for a wk A glass of lukewarm water before breakfast Oral fluids intake — around 2L apart from water Same glass of lukewarm water water before hitting bed.
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What is malaria ?what is chikungunya? What is flu? What is causes? How to I protect this.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
What is malaria ?what is chikungunya? What is flu? What is causes? How to I protect this.
Chickungunya and flu are viral disease and malaria is a parasitic disease and I will suggest you to eat nutritious home made food with adequate fluid intake and take physical rest if symptomatic and See to it that there is no stagnation of water in your house and nearby locality for more than seven days because these are the breeding grounds for mosquitoes.
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