Doctors in Sanjeevan Hospital
Treatment of Bronchiectasis
Treatment of Abdominal Pain
Treatment of Swelling
Treatment of Asthma
Treatment & Management of Stress
Treatment of Hemorrhoids
Treatment of Mood Disorder
Treatment of Tuberculosis
Treatment of Colic
Treatment Of Male Sexual Problems
Treatment of Black eye
Spinal Surgery Disorders
Treatment of Blood in Urine
Treatment of Shortness of Breath
Treatment of Breast Cancer
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Dear sir I addicted to masturbation can you suggest any things to get out of it. Please explain the problems of it.
I am 50 years old (male). I am a diabetic patient since last 4 yrs. I am taking diabetic medicine but those are having side effect like gas formation in the stomach. Are there medicines which have no side effects? Some one suggested me to take opium very negligible quantity (Quantity as much as one mustard seed) before going to bed at night with small quantity of normal water. Is it wise to obey?
My father's age 50. He could not sit and stand properly. If he sit on the chair he was stand with help of things. If he was walk tuk tuk sound is came from his legs. We consult many doctors but no use. Please give me a solution.
A specialist and Sr. Physician suggested to take chyavanprash daily for frequent catching cold and body pains. May I know the health benefits it for the aged 74 years.
Hi, I got MRI of left knee done and this is what came in the report: Please help me understand: acl is edematous and its course is replaced by ill defined hyperintensities. Fluid is seen in supra patella bursa extending to the knee joint Recesses. Impression: changes of synovitis? High grade. Partial acl tear/?Complete acl tear Please help me explain the terms specifically related to synovitis and fluid/edematous.
Dear taking protein in the time of exercise is good or effective. And how much protein required by body daily. Taking protein is any effect.
I am suffering from head spinning daily basis. Every day I faced same issue. My body is dis balancing also. I feel vomit all the time but not able to vomit. I feel that I will fall down from stairs, car or even from cycle or motor cycle. please help me.
I'm 25 year old, Male,Non Diabetic, Since Two days I'M suffering Painful micturition at the end of micturition, Pain is nature of Dragging type ,More at end of Bladder ,Mild Urgency present, Last year also, I suffered with same problem, Used Cefixime and Norfloxacin. No Hematuria, Please kindly Suggest Some better Treatment?
Esophagectomy is a procedure of removing a part of the esophagus and reconstructing the same using another organ of the body. The oesophagus is the tube that connects the stomach and the mouth. This procedure is often performed in an advanced stage of esophageal cancer and Barrett’s esophagus. This procedure removes the cancer cells from the esophagus and gives relief from the symptoms. The organs from where the reconstructing tissues are taken are generally large intestine and stomach.
Many esophagectomy surgeries are performed with minimally invasive techniques. The latter is commonly known as laparoscopic surgery. This is a procedure where numerous small incisions are made in order to perform the surgery. This procedure results in faster recovery and reduced pain as compared to the conventional surgery.
Newer methods such as Robotic surgery are being adopted by many doctors these days. Procedures like these can access the oesophagus through places such as the throat, collarbone and abdomen. They make a minute incision to get to the exact location of the cancer and treat them with an improved precision, unlike the conventional surgical methods.
An important aspect of treating this condition is to determine the procedure that is going to be implemented. To determine this, doctors uses imaging techniques such as PET scan, CT scan and an MRI scan. A doctor might also prescribe other tests such as FNAC and endoscopic ultrasound. Heart evaluations are also conducted before the surgery to ensure that there are no complications involved while performing the surgery.
Unless the cancer is detected at a very early stage, most doctors recommend radiation or chemotherapy or both. These treatments help to shrink the size of the cancer and make for an effective oesophagectomy. Both chemotherapy and radiation have their set of side effects, which include loss of appetite, fatigue, hair loss, vomiting and skin discolouration.
Post the procedure, a patient cannot directly consume food. He is required to consume food through a pipe for a duration of four-six weeks. Adequate nutrition is required during this phase to recover quickly. Once the patient is able to resume a normal diet, it should be ensured that he takes food in reduced quantities to make up for the reduced stomach size.
Almost 90% of patients who have gone through this procedure report an improved life quality. While lifestyle related adjustments have to be made, there could be regular follow-ups to ensure the below mentioned complications do not arise:
1. Breathing-related problems
2. Swallowing problem
3. Effectively managing heartburn and ensuring the pain is under control
4. A thorough review of the nutritional diet to be consumed by the patient to counter sudden weight loss.
Impetigo is an extremely contagious infection caused by bacteria that affects the skin. It occurs on the face, neck and hands of young children and infants. Diapers wearing infants tend to get it around the diaper area. It is highly contagious and causes red sores that can break open, ooze fluid and develop a yellow brown crust. Impetigo is a contagious disease and can spread to others through close contact. It can also spread by sharing towels, sheets, clothing, toys or other items. As the skin becomes quite itchy, scratching also spread the sores to other parts of the body.
Impetigo is caused by two bacteria namely streptococcus pyogenes and staphylococcus aureus. There are several different types of impetigo and their symptoms and causes set them apart from each other.
Impetigo contagiosa or nonbullous impetigo is highly contagious and begins with red sores around the nose and mouth. When these blisters burst they leave a weeping, red itchy rash that becomes crusted. It may also lead to swelling of lymph nodes.
Bullous impetigo is common in children below the age of two years. Initially clear blisters appear on the torso, arms and legs which later turn cloudy. The blisters caused by bullous impetigo last longer as compared to blisters caused by other types of impetigo.
Ecthyma is the most serious form of impetigo as it affects the second layer of the skin in addition to the outermost layer. It results in blisters, which are painful and these blisters turns into ulcers or open sores coupled with swelling of lymph nodes.
Symptoms of Impetigo are uncomfortable and embarrassing, especially when the blisters are present on the face. The symptoms of impetigo include red sores, which pop easily and results in formation of yellow crust, fluid-filled blisters, skin lesions, itchy rash and swollen lymph nodes.
Impetigo is highly contagious and spreads by skin-to-skin contact with an impetigo patient. It also spreads by touching things used by impetigo infected patient, such as towels, bedding, and toys. Any injury to skin, insect or animal bites also aggravates Impetigo.
If one is suffering from Impetigo, one can do the following things to prevent it from spreading to other areas of the body, as well as to other individuals. These include usage of antibacterial soap to wash hands, a clean towel or fresh paper towel to dry the body or hands, washing clothes in hot water, cleaning surface areas in the home with antibacterial products, keeping short fingernails, avoiding schools and childcare centres and not sharing personal hygiene items. Children between two to six years of age, regularly attending a daycare or school, participating in activities that involve skin-to-skin contact are at higher risk for contracting Impetigo.
Impetigo can be easily treated with antibiotics. For instances of mild Impetigo, an antibiotic ointment or cream to put on the sores will suffice whereas for more serious infection, one may have to take antibiotic pills.