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Dr. Pravin Ghadge

Homeopath, Pune

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Dr. Pravin Ghadge is a renowned Homeopath in Chinchwad, Pune. He is currently practising at Gurukrupa Clinic and General Hospital in Chinchwad, Pune. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Pravin Ghadge on Lybrate.com.

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How to treat alopecia losing hair on the scalp, on the eyebrows and eyelids. What are the homeopathic remedies apart from R89 from rashes anything that will be helpful apart from this in homeopathy which can be added on.

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Homeopath, Patna
How to treat alopecia losing hair on the scalp, on the eyebrows and eyelids. What are the homeopathic remedies apart ...
Hello, The main causes of hair loss are, stress, overpressure, irregular life style, junk food & inadequate sleep, regulate  your life style to overcome hairloss & dandruff ,please.  Go for meditation to reduce stress & overpressure. To nourish hair follicles. Tk, plenty of water to hydrate your body to moisten your scalp. Your diet be simple, easily digestible on time. Tk homoeopathic medicine @ Wiesbaden 30-6 pills, thrice. @ JaborandyQ -20 drops with olivie oil be applied on scalp, dly. Avoid,  alcohol,  nicotine,  caffeine. Report, wkly. Your feedback matters for further follow up, please.  Tk, care.
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I am jalaram. My age 22 years old. I sm a man. My problem have a headache for last15 days. What should it.

BHMS
Homeopath, Faridabad
I am jalaram. My age 22 years old. I sm a man. My problem have a headache for last15 days. What should it.
Hello, First get your blood pressure checked, make a chart. Let me know about the readings, will give you medication accordingly. Some primary headaches can be triggered by lifestyle factors, including: Alcohol, particularly red wine Certain foods, such as processed meats that contain nitrates Changes in sleep or lack of sleep Poor posture Skipped meals Stress insufficient sleep or rest Overexertion Nutritional deficiencies A secondary headache is a symptom of a disease that can activate the pain-sensitive nerves of the head. Any number of conditions — varying greatly in severity — may cause secondary headaches. Medication: Meantime, can start with homoeopathic medicine - Bakson's Mig Aid tablet/ after every 2 hours.
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I am 21 years old, I was suffering from heart disease in 15 years old due to which my heart valve replace by procedure, * DVR (A# 19 SJM, M# 25 SJM with PML presentation) with LAA ligation with blood transfusion was performed on 18/09/2012. Post op. Echo: MV max. PG 10mmHg, mean 4mmHg, MVA 2.6 cm square, no paravalvular leakage. AV max. PG 16mmHg, mean 7 mmHg, no paravalvular leakage. Mild to moderate TR with mild PAH. Doctor advised to me take acitrom 2 mg daily and pt/inr everything month for whole life. But till now sometime I am suffering from shortness of breath and I consult every month to doctor they told it's not heart problem it's physiological problem. So please suggest me what will I do and please tell me the age of this vuelve and diet chart also. Can I spend my married life happily and sexual life.

MBBS, Dip.Cardiology, Fellowship in Clinical Cardiology(FICC), Fellowship in Echocardiology
Cardiologist, Ghaziabad
I am 21 years old, I was suffering from heart disease in 15 years old due to which my heart valve replace by procedur...
. It will take 4 to 6 weeks to heal completely after surgery. During this time, it is normal to: Have some pain in your chest around your incision. Have a poor appetite for 2 to 4 weeks. Have mood swings and feel depressed. Feel itchy, numb, or tingly around your incisions. This may last 6 months or more. Be constipated from pain medicines. Have mild trouble with short-term memory or feel confused. Feel tired or have little energy. Have trouble sleeping. You should be sleeping normally within a few months. Have some shortness of breath. Have weakness in your arms for the first month. The following are general recommendations. You may get specific directions from your surgical team. Be sure to follow the advice your health care provider gives you. Have a person who can help you stay in your home for at least the first 1 to 2 weeks. Stay active during your recovery. Be sure to start slowly and increase your activity little by little. DO NOT stand or sit in the same spot for too long. Move around a little bit. Walking is a good exercise for the lungs and heart. Take it slowly at first. Climb stairs carefully because balance may be a problem. Hold onto the railing. Rest part way up the stairs if you need to. Begin with someone walking with you. It is OK to do light household chores, such as setting the table or folding clothes. Stop your activity if you feel short of breath, dizzy, or have any pain in your chest. DO NOT do any activity or exercise that causes pulling or pain across your chest, (such as using a rowing machine, twisting, or lifting weights.) DO NOT drive for at least 4 to 6 weeks after your surgery. The twisting movements needed to turn the steering wheel may pull on your incision. Expect to take 6 to 8 weeks off work. Ask your provider when you may return to work. DO NOT travel for at least 2 to 4 weeks. Ask your provider when you can travel again. Return to sexual activity gradually. Talk openly with your partner about it. Most of the time, it is ok to start sexual activity after 4 weeks, or when you can easily climb 2 flights of stairs or walk a half-mile (800 meters). Keep in mind that anxiety, and some medicines, may change sexual response for both men and women. Men should not use medicines for impotence (Viagra, Cialis, or Levitra) until the provider says it is OK.
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What is the varicose vein problem in youngsters? What are its consequences please let me know about this.

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General Physician, Alappuzha
Varicose veins are not something that happen overnight. Usually it takes several to many years for them to develop to a stage where symptoms occur. Occasionally we will see a young person in their 20’s with severe varicose vein issues – these are commonly believed to be inherited. Varicose veins are commonly inherited although its important to note that anyone can get them. Often times varicose veins are common in people who have had certain types of injury to the leg or an episode of deep vein clots. Varicose veins are seen more frequently in today’s society with many standing and sitting professions, which in turn deprive veins of regular circulatory flow of the leg “calf-pump” muscles. Lack of exercise, restrictive clothing, smoking, pregnancy, and weight gain can add to the strain on your veins. The following are sources of Varicose Veins: 1. Incompetent saphenous veins (greater or lesser) 2. Incompetent perforator veins 3. Incompetent branches of the saphenous veins.
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Ayurveda, Gulbarga
Keeping your vagina clean and healthy

The vagina is designed to keep itself clean with the help of natural secretions (discharge). Find out how to help your vagina keep clean and healthy ? and why you don?t need douches or vaginal wipes.

The vagina is a tube of muscle inside a woman?s body that runs from the cervix (the opening of the womb) to the vaginal opening. The external sex organs, which are called the vulva, surround the vaginal opening.

Looking after your everyday health can help keep your vagina in good shape, says Dr Suzy Elneil, consultant in urogynaecology at University College Hospital, London, and spokesperson for Wellbeing of Women. ?Generally, good vaginal health is maintained by making sure you?re in good general health,? she explains. ?This includes healthy diet and exercise. Normal exercise helps maintain good vaginal function, as walking and running helps the pelvic floor to tone up and helps ensure good general health.?

Find out more about having a healthy diet, exercise and keeping fit, and pelvic floor exercises.
Vaginal secretions or discharge

Other than your period as part of your natural menstrual cycle, it?s normal to produce clear or white secretions (discharge) from your vagina. This mucus is produced naturally from the neck of the womb, known as the cervix.

?Vaginal discharge is not ?always a bad sign?,? says Dr Elneil. ?There is a myth that copious clear or white discharge is associated with sexually transmitted infections. Changes in the amount of discharge can be 100% hormonal ? in other words, linked to the menstrual cycle, pregnancy or menopause.?

The character and amount of vaginal discharge varies throughout your menstrual cycle. Around the time that your ovary releases an egg (ovulation), your discharge usually becomes thicker and stretchy, like raw egg white.

Healthy discharge doesn?t have a strong smell or colour. You may feel an uncomfortable wetness, but you shouldn?t have any itching or soreness around your vagina. If there are any changes to your discharge that aren?t normal for you, such as a change in colour or if it starts to smell or itch, see your GP as you might have an infection.

You can find out more about vaginal discharge, pregnancy and the menopause.
Bacteria in the vagina

There are lots of bacteria inside the vagina, and they?re there to protect it. Professor Ronnie Lamont, spokesperson for the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, says: ?The vagina contains more bacteria than anywhere else in the body after the bowel, but the bacteria are there for a reason.?

The good bacteria inside the vagina:

Provide "numerical dominance: they outnumber other potential harmful bacteria that might enter the vagina
Help to keep the vagina?s pH balance (how acidic the vagina is) at an even level, which helps to keep the balance of bacteria healthy
Can produce bacteriocins (naturally occurring antibiotics) to reduce or kill other bacteria entering the vagina
Produce a substance that stops invading bacteria sticking to the vagina walls, which prevents bacteria from invading the tissues

If the balance of bacteria is disturbed, this can lead to infection and inflammation. Bacteria called lactobacilli help to keep the vagina?s pH balance at its normal low level (less than pH 4.5), which also prevents the growth of other organisms. If the pH of the vagina increases (in other words, if it gets less acidic), the quality or amount of lactobacilli can fall and other bacteria can multiply. This can result in infections such as bacterial vaginosis or thrush, which can cause symptoms including itching, irritation and abnormal discharge.
Washing your vagina

It?s a good idea to avoid perfumed soaps, gels and antiseptics as these can affect the healthy balance of bacteria and pH levels in the vagina, and cause irritation.

Use plain, unperfumed soaps to wash the area around the vagina (the vulva) gently every day. The vagina will clean itself inside your body with natural vaginal secretions (discharge). ?During your period, washing more than once a day may be helpful,? says Dr Elneil, who points out that keeping the perineal area (between the vagina and anus) clean is important too. ?Good perineal hygiene is necessary, by washing that area at least once a day using your normal bathing routines.?

?All women are different,? says Professor Lamont. ?Some may wash with perfumed soap and not notice any problems. But if a woman has vulval irritation or symptoms, then one of the first things you can do is to use non-allergenic, plain soaps to see if that helps.?
Vaginal douches

A douche flushes water up into the vagina, clearing out vaginal secretions. Some women use a douche to "clean" the vagina, but using a douche can disrupt the normal vaginal bacteria so it isn't recommended that you use one.

?I can?t think of any circumstances where douches are helpful, because all they do is wash out everything that?s in the vagina, including all the healthy bacteria,? explains Professor Lamont.

There is no evidence that douching protects against STIs or vaginal infections, and it may even increase the risk.
Scented wipes and vaginal deodorants

These perfumed products can disrupt the vagina?s healthy, natural balance. ?If nature had intended the vagina to smell like roses or lavender, it would have made the vagina smell like roses or lavender,? says Professor Lamont.

Washing with water and a plain soap should be all you need to keep your vagina healthy. It?s normal for the vagina to have a scent. ?Vaginal odour can change at different times of the reproductive cycle and shouldn?t always be thought of as being a sign of infection or illness,? says Dr Elneil.

If you?re worried about the way your vagina smells, if the smell is unpleasant, or you?re using perfumed products to cover up your vagina?s smell, you should see your GP. You might have an infection that needs treatment.

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My weight is increasing day by day I have control on my diet then also what to sir can you tell me please.

MSc
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Hyderabad
My weight is increasing day by day I have control on my diet then also what to sir can you tell me please.
Hi lybrate-user 1. Burn fats and calories 2. Healthy diet to lose weight 3. Leave carbonated beverages 4. Eating vegetables to lose weight 5. Eating fruits to lose weight 6. Avoid snacks to lose weigh 7. Stop eating sugar lose weight fast 8. Reduce sodium lose weight 9. Herbal tea to lose weight.
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Hello Dr. mam meri wife 7 week se pregnant hai aur unki kamar main pain rehta hai pls solution bataye.

DNB - Obs & GYnae, MBBS, D.G.O - Obs & Gynae, Fellowship in Reproductive Medicine
Gynaecologist, Ghaziabad
Hello Dr. mam meri wife 7 week se pregnant hai aur unki kamar main pain rehta hai pls solution bataye.
Back pain with pregnancy is common in early pregnancy bcoz of muscle relaxing bcoz of pregnancy related hormones and in late pregnancy bcoz of enlarged uterus .but not to give her any medicines. Just apply any local pain reliving creams like volini or even moov can do.
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Hello sometimes I get neck stiffness and I fell I will about to faint or lightheadedness no other problem sometime chest tightness. I was diagnosed with general anxiety disorder and panic disorder.

PhD - Clinical Psychology, Diploma in Clinical and Community Psychology, MA - Clinical Psychology, BA - Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
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sometimes I get neck stiffness and I fell I will about to faint or lightheadedness no other problem sometime ch...
Hello Anxiety disorders can be treated with combination therapy i.e. Medicine along with psychotherapy. Kindly consult a psychologist or psychiatrist for treatment.
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I am having acne problem on face due to which I got some holes type scars on my some part of face especially on the cheeks. I read on the internet that it could only be treated completely by some laser or filling treatments. My concern is that are they good for the face? Are there any home remedies which I can use to get rid of this problem soon and completely?

BAMS
Ayurveda, Ambala
I am having acne problem on face due to which I got some holes type scars on my some part of face especially on the c...
A good nutrition and exercises which increase the blood circulation (flow) on and near the areas of pores will definately help you to remove the pores and marks on face. There are methods and instructions which give relief you from pores & marks. * Eat healthy diet daily. * Eat 20 gm of soyabean cereal daily it contains protein which help in regeneration ( making of new skin ) of skin on the holes. * Eat an apple daily . It has vitamins that provide sufficient nutrition to the skin. you can drink a glass of carrot juice daily . * Drink 1/2 lime juice daily . It contains vitamin C good for your skin. * Drink a glass of milk with one teaspoon of MALTOVA POWDER daily at night . * Do jogging for 5 minutes daily .Increase the time of jogging daily with one to two minutes . it increase circulation and flow more blood towards the pores and make them heal earlier . * Do neck massage with oil in upward motion. * For apply on pores do these methods on your face so do this method stepwise : • Steam your face for 3 to 4 minutes . After steaming your face then apply fresh aloevera plant gel on your face leave for 5 minutes then rinse off with water. After this apply rose water on your face.
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