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Dr. Rahul Doshi

Cardiologist, Pune

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Dr. Rahul Doshi is an experienced Cardiologist in Baner, Pune. He is currently practising at Metro Hospital - Baner in Baner, Pune. Book an appointment online with Dr. Rahul Doshi and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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Baner Rd, Baner Gaon,Balewadi Phata, Landmark: Near Orchid School, PunePune Get Directions
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Hello I am 23 years old my problem is that I feel anxiety with loud noise & shouting my heart beat increases when ever I hear any shouting, I try to control my self but its difficult to avoid it.

PGP In Diabetologist, Fellowship in Non-Invasive Cardiology, MD - Medicine, MBBS
Endocrinologist, Delhi
Hello I am 23 years old my problem is that I feel anxiety with loud noise & shouting my heart beat increases when eve...
in my experience ,the symptoms you suggested are related to anxiety disorder. visit a good psychiatrist for more evaluation and treatment. you, definitely will get results
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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
Homeopath, 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.

Will the doctor recommended the heart patient to take the acidity tablets everyday for 3 times?

M.B.B.S. , PG Diploma In Clinical Cardiology
Cardiologist, Delhi
Will the doctor recommended the heart patient to take the acidity tablets everyday for 3 times?
Yes depends on tge discretion of doctor ,if he feels like ;he can But should not be taken for very long time as chances of kidney stones increases.

What is the right quantity and correct form of including cashew nuts in the diet of a person with history of cholesterol/ hypertensive?

MBBS, Dip.Cardiology, Fellowship in Clinical Cardiology(FICC), Fellowship in Echocardiology
Cardiologist, Ghaziabad
What is the right quantity and correct form of including cashew nuts in the diet of a person with history of choleste...
Ill take the opportunity to educate you so I will be little lengthy, here it goes. Eating nuts as part of a healthy diet may be good for your heart. Nuts contain unsaturated fatty acids and other nutrients. And they're a great snack food — inexpensive, easy to store and easy to pack when you're on the go. One drawback to nuts is that they're high in calories, so it's important to limit portions. But choosing nuts instead of a less healthy snack may just help you stick to a heart-healthy diet. Although a great deal of research suggests that nuts can benefit heart health and reduce the risks of dying early from heart disease and other causes, the evidence is still inconclusive. But, unless you're allergic to nuts, there's no real danger in eating nuts, so you can certainly include nuts as part of your heart-healthy diet. One way nuts may help your heart health is by lowering the low-density lipoprotein (LDL, or "bad") cholesterol levels. LDL plays a major role in the development of plaque that builds up on the blood vessels. Eating more nuts has also been linked to lower levels of inflammation linked to heart disease. Eating nuts may also reduce your risk of developing blood clots that can cause a fatal heart attack. Nuts also appear to improve the health of the lining of your arteries. Besides being packed with protein, most nuts contain at least some of these heart-healthy substances: Unsaturated fats. It's not entirely clear why, but it's thought that the "good" fats in nuts — both monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats — lower bad cholesterol levels. Omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3 fatty acids are found in many kinds of fish, but many nuts are also rich in omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3s are a healthy form of fatty acids that seem to help your heart by, among other things, preventing dangerous heart rhythms that can lead to heart attacks. Fiber. All nuts contain fiber, which helps lower your cholesterol. Fiber makes you feel full, so you eat less. Fiber is also thought to play a role in preventing type 2 diabetes. Vitamin E. Vitamin E may help stop the development of plaques in your arteries, which can narrow them. Plaque development in your arteries can lead to chest pain, coronary artery disease or a heart attack. Plant sterols. Some nuts contain plant sterols, a substance that can help lower your cholesterol. Plant sterols are often added to products like margarine and orange juice for additional health benefits, but sterols occur naturally in nuts. L-arginine. Nuts are also a source of l-arginine, which is a substance that may help improve the health of your artery walls by making them more flexible and less prone to blood clots that can block blood flow. As much as 80 percent of a nut is fat. Even though most of this fat is healthy fat, it's still a lot of calories. That's why you should eat nuts in moderation. Ideally, you should use nuts as a substitute for saturated fats, such as those found in meats, eggs and dairy products. Instead of eating foods with unhealthy saturated fats, try substituting a handful of nuts or a tablespoon or two of a nut spread. The American Heart Association recommends eating about four servings of unsalted nuts a week. Select raw or dry-roasted nuts rather than those cooked in oil. A serving is a small handful (1.5 ounces) of whole nuts or 2 tablespoons of nut butter. But again, do this as part of a heart-healthy diet. Just eating nuts and not cutting back on saturated fats found in many dairy and meat products won't do your heart any good. The type of nuts you choose to eat probably doesn't matter much. Most nuts appear to be generally healthy, though some may have more heart-healthy nutrients than others. For example, walnuts contain high amounts of omega-3 fatty acids. Almonds, macadamia nuts, hazelnuts and pecans are other nuts that appear to be quite heart healthy. And peanuts — which are technically not a nut, but a legume, like beans — seem to be relatively healthy. Keep in mind, you could end up canceling out the heart-healthy benefits of nuts if they're covered with chocolate, sugar or salt. Here's some nutrition information on common types of nuts. All calorie and fat content measurements are for 1 ounce, or 28.4 grams (g), of unsalted nuts. Type of nutCaloriesTotal fat Almonds, dry-roasted17014.9 g Almonds, raw16414.2 g Brazil nuts, raw18719 g Cashews, dry-roasted16313.1 g Chestnuts, roasted690.6 g Hazelnuts (filberts), dry-roasted18317.7 g Hazelnuts (filberts), raw17817.2 g Macadamia nuts, dry-roasted20421.6 g Macadamia nuts, raw20421.5 g Peanuts, dry-roasted16614.1 g Pecans, dry-roasted20121.1 g Pistachios, dry-roasted16213 g Walnuts, halved18518.5 g Nut oils are also a good source of healthy nutrients, but they lack the fiber found in whole nuts. Walnut oil is the highest in omega-3s. Consider using nut oils in homemade salad dressing or in cooking. When cooking with nut oils, remember that they respond differently to heat than do vegetable oils. Nut oil, if overheated, can become bitter. Just like with nuts, use nut oil in moderation, as the oils are high in fat and calories.

Sir Please suggest me which fruit should be more benefit for a high blood pressure patients?

BHMS
Homeopath, Sindhudurg
Sir Please suggest me which fruit should be more benefit for a  high blood pressure patients?
Skip the salt..Limit your intake of alcohol..Drink low-fat or nonfat milk..Drink hibiscus tea, cranberry juice, coconut water.eat fruits like apple, orange, pear banana.
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Hi doctor this is seven. I have a daughter of 5 months. White bleeding is happening to her from her birth onwards that is of low bleeding but every day is happening still now. She born with low weight of 2 kg and 25 days before my expected delivery dat due to my high bp. Can you tell me why that white bleeding happening to my 5 months baby.

BHMS
Homeopath, Faridabad
Hi doctor this is seven. I have a daughter of 5 months. White bleeding is happening to her from her birth onwards tha...
Hi, in the first few weeks, you may notice that your baby's genitals are swollen and red, or that she has a clear, white, or slightly bloody discharge from her vagina. This is normal. It happens because she was exposed to your hormones when she was in your womb (uterus). If you want, you can consult a paediatrician to know more about it.

I have high RBC. High cholesterol. Low iron and RBC. Diabetic I am. What does this suggest?

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, DM - Cardiology, Fellowship in EP
Cardiologist, Delhi
I have high RBC. High cholesterol. Low iron and RBC. Diabetic I am. What does this suggest?
Diabetes is caused by poor diet. High cholesterol, high and low CBC etc are just numbers, not important for health.
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I am suffering from fever for last 6 days ago. I had chest pain and I had dry cough also.

MBBS
General Physician, Cuttack
I am suffering from fever for last 6 days ago. I had chest pain and I had dry cough also.
1. Take one tablet of crocin advance sos after food up to a maximum of three tablets daily 2. Do warm saline gurgling 3-4 times daily 3. Take viscodyne d syrup 2tsf thrice daily if it is a dry cough or viscodyne syrup if cough is associated with sputum 4. You may have to take antibiotic along with it if no relief after consulting doctor,
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I just received my medical reports and it shows the below deviations. Request you to kindly check and advice whether these deviations involved high risk and also advice me how to come out from these deviations. My age is 48. 1. Mild Fatty Liver 2. LDL Cholesterol 125 3. HDLCholesterol 33 4.Triglycerides 362 5. Non HDL Cholesterol 192 6. VLDL Cholesterol 72.4 7.Total Cholesterol 225 8.Total Bilirubin 1.22 9.Blood count PVC 53.6.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
I just received my medical reports and it shows the below deviations. Request you to kindly check and advice whether ...
Dear lybrateuser, - Your triglycerides & total cholesterol are high & hdl cholesterol is low - the levels can be corrected by diet & regular exercise as otherwise it leads to cholesterol deposit in the heart & blood vessels which can result in decrease of blood supply & a heart attack or a coronary artery disease or peripheral artery disease - avoid deep fried, processed & junk foods, also foods containing trans & saturated fats - have more of fibre containing foods such as vegetables, fruits, legumes, sprouts, nuts( a handful daily), soya products, have low fat dairy - have heart healthy fats as in fish like salmon, tuna, mackeral, nuts such as walnuts, almonds, avocados, seeds such as flax, sesame, olive, canola & sunflower oil - do regular exercise like brisk walking, jogging, swimming, play a game, do yoga & deep breathing - avoid alcohol & smoking if you do, also restrict intake of carbohydrates, refined foods & increase intake of fibre containing foods & proteins.
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My mom used olmy 10 mg for one month and she had severe side effects. How to overcome them please help.

Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
My mom used olmy 10 mg for one month and she had severe side effects. How to overcome them please help.
she has to change medicine as advised by local doctor it's difficult to suggest a change in dose or give up medicine
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