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Dr. Yogesh

General Physician, Pune

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Dr. Yogesh is a renowned General Physician in Nagar Road, Pune. You can meet Dr. Yogesh personally at Mangesh Hospital in Nagar Road, Pune. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Yogesh on Lybrate.com.

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My heart beats fast even for small panic situations. Hands keep shivering all the time. My voice goes low. I can not even speak properly. Going in social places makes me shy, I feel problem with walking. When travelling as my destination comes heart beats fast, at the orals and presentations the same. It never happened before but last 4 years. Is it any kind of disorder then what should I do?

Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
My heart beats fast even for small panic situations. Hands keep shivering all the time. My voice goes low. I can not ...
Today so many young men and women in the age group of 18-22 are showing concerns about heart diseases. Every heart beats in panic situation, if it does not I would label you abnormal. Socially shy, afraid to speak and some kind of a hyperchondriac who is imagining too many illnesses. You do not have a disease, it is all in your mind, have a life, chill, relax, read good books, learn some skills and remain occupied with fruitful activities.
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My age is 21, Im having a problem of handshaking my hands r shaking little bit. So can I get some natural treatment or natural foods to stop this. Please help me.

CCP, MBA, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Karnal
My age is 21, Im having a problem of handshaking my hands r shaking little bit. So can I get some natural treatment o...
Start having ashwagandha capsules 2 daily while sleeping with hot milk. Also massage arms & hands daily with coconut oil.
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Hi madam my living bachelor in my room my neighbour aunty looking so good I wanna sex with her how to handle anf pick the aunty she is very sincerely so any medicine will be there.

Diploma in Paediatrics, MBBS
Sexologist, Dehradun
Hi madam my living bachelor in my room my neighbour aunty looking so good I wanna sex with her how to handle anf pick...
There is no medicine that when taken attracts women and if it was possible I would have tried it first! To attract a woman you will need good mannerism, self confidence and good talking ability.
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How can neurogenic muscle atrophy be treated, resulting from trauma after clavicle fracture? I suspect trapezius muscle to be affected on one side. There have been 40 days after the fracture happened.

BPTh/BPT, MPTh/MPT
Physiotherapist, Noida
Hot fomentation x twice daily. Neck Exercises. Neck Stretching. Postural Correction. Shoulder Shrugs . Core Strengthening Exercises. Take frequent Breaks at work Use cervical pillow. Use Back Support. Self Massage the back of neck.
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Hello. I am working as dentist in bangalore. My age is 28 years. Last year I had undergone LASIK treatment but after that I am having the problem of headache only. Doctor told me it is usual after LASIK but its going to be a year in april. I am using cystone ultra eyedrop for dryness.

MBBS, DOMS, MS - Ophthalmology, , Fellowship in phacoemusification
Ophthalmologist, Patna
Hello. I am working as dentist in bangalore. My age is 28 years. Last year I had undergone LASIK treatment but after ...
You should consult other ophthmologist to know real problem of headache ,Sometimes minor power remains leading to headache & dryness is also one of reasons in LASIK, with regards.
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My wife went through a cesarean operation on 8th of Feb and now she feels pain in stomach what could be the reason.

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Dietitian/Nutritionist, Hyderabad
My wife went through a cesarean operation on 8th of Feb and now she feels pain in stomach what could be the reason.
Hello lybrate-user, I strongly suggest go for check up first with your wife and try to include tri iron folic and cal mag d supplemets along with protein powder from nutrilite brand. Protein is good for feeding mother and baby also. Who certified.
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I am 39 year old male, I have been tested for per-diabetic. What should take precautions? does eating ots can avoid be diabetic. My blood report says fasting 92, after food is 202.

MBBS, CCEBDM, Diploma in Diabetology
Endocrinologist, Hubli-Dharwad
I am 39 year old male, I have been tested for per-diabetic. What should take precautions? does eating ots can avoid b...
Mr prediabetic condition is described when fasting is above 110 mg and pp is between 141 - 199 mg/ 100 ml. It is also called impaired glucose tolerance (igt). At 202 mg it is considered as diabetes. To rule out whether you are having diabetes ir not please get a glucose tolerance test done at lab and inform me the results. Precautions to be taken are to control your weight so that bmi does no cross 23kg/m2 which is at present 24.61 kg/m2, avoid direct sweets, deep fried foods, exercise regularly for more than 1 h a day. Plus avoid fruits like mangoes, chikoos, grapes, bananas.
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Im 26 years and im having chest pain after doing workouts should I leave doing workouts? Or is it due to any other reason. I mainly do chest exercises and it is since 3 weeks. So what should I do? Would be thankful for your help.

LCPS, BAM&S
General Physician, Pune
Im 26 years and im having chest pain after doing workouts should I leave doing workouts? Or is it due to any other re...
If you are new to exercises, it will cause pain. Don't worry. Take exercises easily till your body adapts. Pain will disappear after some time.
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Pilonidal Sinus - Say No to Surgery!

M.S. (Ayurveda), Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Delhi
Pilonidal Sinus - Say No to Surgery!

Pilonidal Sinus/ Cyst is Characterized By 
•    Small nodular swelling in the lower spinal region with occasional discharges that may stain undergarments. Sometimes mild pain may also be noticed. 
•    It is usually seen in adults of college/ school going age & with hairy skin. 

Pilonidal Sinus/ Cyst seldom heal with medicinal treatment. Any medication whether allopathic, Ayurvedic or homeopathic may show some temporary relief but do not eradicate the problem. In most of the patients having pilonidal sinus/ cyst, surgeons usually recommend surgical procedures like Z-plasty etc. Even after surgery the chances of recurrences are always there. Post operative pain, hospitalization and chances of recurrence are the factors which suggest that surgery is not the appropriate method of treating pilonidal sinus/ cyst. 

TREATMENT OF CHOICE (AYURVEDA) - 
In Ayurveda, a parasurgical treatment known as Ksharsutra therapy is an effective treatment for pilonidal sinus/ cyst. Treatment method includes proper identification of sinus tract wrt. to its depth, direction and branching pattern. This could be achieved via sinogram or skilled probing. Once the sinus tract has been properly identified, a super specialized medicated thread i.e. Graded ksharsutra™ is placed in the tract. The medicine from the medicated thread is gradually released which leads to debridement of the sinus tract which means unhealthy tissue, pus, hairs are expelled out from the tract. The proper and complete debridement of the tract induces healing of the sinus which subsequently heals. The medicine coated thread remains effective for 7-10 days after which it has to be replaced by a new thread.

Usually, in a sinus of approx. 5 cm length, 6-8 sittings of medicated thread replacement are required at a weekly interval. Ksharsutra therapy being a non surgical opd procedure doesn't involve any hospitalization or bed rest and patients can resume their routine work immediately after treatment. Graded ksharsutra™ treatment is the treatment of choice for Pilonidal Sinus as chances of recurrence are seldom seen. The facility of Graded ksharasutra™ is available only at Sushruta Anorectal Institute.

Pilonidal Sinus/ Cyst Treatment FAQs

Question 1 - What is Pilonidal Sinus/ Cyst Disease?

Answer - Pilonidal Sinus disease is seen as a small nodular swelling in the lower spinal region with occasional discharges of pus & blood. It is most commonly found in people with hairy skin. Some times mild pain may also be noticed. The main problem is that it keeps on developing again and again after short period of remission. As the problem aggravates, the size of the swelling & pus discharges also increase. It is usually not noticeable in the beginning till it keeps recurring again and again. It is advisable not to get it operated as the chances of recurrence after surgery are pretty high, where as in Ayurveda with the help of Graded ksharsutra™, this problem can be completely cured without surgery. *(There is no guarantee of specific results and the results can vary.)

Question 2 - What are the Causes of Pilonidal Sinus Disease?

Answer -Pilonidal sinus is also known as the jeep riders back problem. The problem was first recorded on a large scale during world war II in the soldiers who rode jeeps and motorbikes on a frequent basis. Though, the reason behind the occurrence of the issue is really not known it is believed that in growing hairs and hairs penetrating the skin are main cause. The problem is more common in people who have hairy skin. Home remedies for Pilonidal Sinus? Answer - Pilonidal Sinus is an infective condition usually seen in hairy skin individuals. As such there is no home remedy for Pilonidal Sinus. So instead of wasting time in searching for home remedies; you should plan for complete treatment i.e. Ksharsutra Treatment for Pilonidal Sinus as soon as possible.

Question 3 - What are the ways of identifying a Pilonidal Sinus and Recognizing Signs of Infection?

Answer -The main problem with identifying Pilonidal Sinus Infection is; it cannot be done till it grows to a certain extent. At first, it appears like a normal boil on the skin. When it does not go away with time; pus starts discharging out of it. We have demarcated a few of the signs that may help you in detecting the problem.

  1. Sensation of pain while sitting or standing in the low back region.
  2. The cyst appears swollen
  3. Pus and blood mixed watery discharge from the cyst
  4. eddened skin near the cyst
  5. Cyst forming again and again

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Chikungunya - How It Affects Your Body?

MBBS, AFIH, PGDMLS, MD-HRM, MD-HM
General Physician, Gurgaon
Chikungunya  - How It Affects Your Body?

The mosquito may seem a very small creature, but can be deadly as they spread quite a few severe infections, with chikungunya being one of them. The disease got its name from an African language, which means to walk bent over.

Chikungunya is a viral disease that is carried by specific varieties of infected mosquitoes (Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus). It was originally confused for dengue, which is another mosquito-transmitted infection, but then called out as a separate disease. Both diseases start off with non-diagnostic symptoms including fever, rashes, fatigue, anaemia and headache. Dengue could be distinguished by the lowered platelet count, while the persistent joint pains and eye pain could be the distinguishing factor for the chikungunya.

The mosquito is the vector, which picks up the virus from one infected person and spreads it to another person. The virus does not spread directly from one person to the other. Once it reaches the blood stream, it multiplies in the body, and over a period of 1 to 12 days, the symptoms begin to appear.

Symptoms: The symptoms of chikungunya are listed below, which reflect the effects on the body.
The symptoms are generally nondiagnostic and generic including fever, rashes, joint pain, muscle aches, eye pain, fatigue, tiredness, lethargy, headaches, nausea and vomiting. The eye pain which occurs behind the eyes and the joint pains are the indicative symptoms, which point to chikungunya. In fact, the joint pains make the patient assume a stooped posture, and that is where the name chikungunya was originally derived from.

Most of the above symptoms subside over a period of 10 to 15 days but the joint pain continues. In fact, in many, it can continue to exist for months and even years and eventually develop into rheumatoid arthritis.
Though chikungunya is not a fatal disease by itself, it can produce long-term symptoms which can be severely disabling and affect the quality of life.

Anybody who is bitten by the infected mosquito can develop the disease, but there are some groups of people at a higher risk. These include newborns, the elderly people, and people with chronic conditions like diabetes, hypertension, and chronic heart disease.

However, once infected, the person develops immunity and future infections do not happen unless their immunity is severely compromised.

Treatment: There is no specific treatment, and symptom relief is provided through rest, hydration, pain killers for joint and muscle, antipyretics for fever, and avoiding aspirin.
While there is no vaccine for chikungunya, preventing exposure to mosquito bites when you are travelling and preventing mosquito breeding and reducing exposure to mosquitoes by using repellents and nets are advisable.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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