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Dr. Sahib. I am effected form Herpes Disease since Oct. 2015. The effected area is spread from neck right side to right side hands/limbs and chest. Though wounds had been healed but there is still Burning, Pricking, Pain, Itching, The skin become very sensitive can not bear all things. I had taken allopathic treatment. I can not sleep In hot an rainy season skin become very sensitive. How can I get relief from all them. Thanks How can I get relief from this disease. I am taking medicine for BP also. In addition I have loose motion and pain in the belly. This is generally happened. Taking allopathic medicine such sporock, metrogyl, nofrfloxin. Etc. But no relief. Please advise. Thanks.
PAIN KILLERS / ANALGESIA
Painkillers-or analgesics-are drugs that work by interfering with the pain transmission process. Although the stronger analgesics are only available by prescription from your doctor, many of the pain killers that you can obtain over-the-counter from your pharmacist can be effective if taken properly.
Remember to always ask your pharmacist for advice and never exceed the stated dose.
Surgery is only appropriate for a very small proportion of patients with back pain. Rarely, back pain may worsen to the extent that other functions or organs of the body (e.g. the bladder or the bowel) are affected. In the most severe cases, some patients may become paralyzed. Your doctor will use surgery as a last resort, when all other attempts at relieving your pain have failed.
If you have been referred for back surgery, you should carefully consider your options before consenting. As well as requiring many weeks of convalescence,success is never guaranteed and even after surgery the pain may not go away completely. It is important that you discuss the surgery and all the possible outcomes with your surgeon.
Useful questions to ask your back pain specialist include:
What kind of operation are you proposing?
What are the chances of good pain relief if i opt to have the surgery?
What will happen if i decide not to have the surgery?
What are my other options besides surgery?
What are the possible risks associated with this kind of surgery?
How long will i be in hospital for?
Will i have to undergo physiotherapy after the operation?
How long will i have to stay off work?
How long after the surgery will my life return to normal?
There areTWO general types of back surgery:·
Discectomy- involves the removal of part of a vertebral disc to reduce pressure on a nerve root.
Stabilization/fusion- involves fixing together two or more adjacent vertebrae with bone taken from elsewhere in the body.
I am 27 years old. While having sex with my wife, I get discharge very early i.e within 15-20 seconds in first trip and after first trip my penis does not get erect ,i do not have any bad Habits like smoking and alcohol, and I am vegetarian. I am having a premature erection and erectile dysfunction. I feel sexually weak.
Hi, i am 25 year old male. from last one month, i am suffering from excessive hairfall. what could be the reason behind that and please suggest any home treatment and ayurveda remedy as i dont want to go for allopathy treatment
I am having a problem of tonsils and every time this bring my body in cough and cold condition and fever too. Help me out.
Had periods on 5.01& then 18.02. Had protected sex on 14,21 March. No periods since then. What could be the reason. Any chance of pregnancy? Highly irregular periods.
My glans (penis) is way too sensitive doctor. I do not always pull back my foreskin. And when I do and touch it. It gives a sudden chill/pain. I am afraid I may not have satisfactory sexual life in future. Please help. How to be normal back again. PS- Yes I masturbate, once daily but skin up.
Hello Doctor I'm 20 weeks pregnant and my skin's some part like nose forehead chin and neck are becoming dark during pregnancy. Please suggest how to get rid of it?
Hi, I’m Dr Nitin Shah. I’m a senior consultant at Fortis hospital, Noida. I’m a laparoscopic surgeon. I do all sorts of abdomen surgeries. Today we are going to be talking about the gallbladder disease, in which there are stones formed in the gallbladder. We need to understand that patients can initially be absolutely asymptomatic. The patient can have no pain or any discomfort. Many times it is detected by routine health examinations when the patient undergoes an ultra sound of the abdomen.
The initial stages after asymptomatic, the patient starts having little bloating in the abdomen which is commonly referred as gas and acidity. So people have a tendency of neglecting it and keep on taking some antacid or pantocid or Digene and this kind of stuff to suppress the symptoms. So after dyspepsia, the patient starts having pain in the abdomen. This pain can initially very simple pain. It can even progress into severe pain. It starts usually in the pre-gastric region, upper abdomen and goes to the back. This is very typical of a bilicuric and increases after any fatty meal like any extra oily friend. This kind of stuff when we eat, the patient has more pain and then depending on the severity of the inflammation, even patients are known to have pus in the gallbladder, thereby, increasing the mobility of the disease.
Some stones can slip from the gallbladder into the bile duct thereby obstructing the bile duct and producing something that is called obstructive jaundice. In which the patient has severe pain and has visible jaundice also. These stones not only block the bile duct but also can block the pancreas duct thereby causing something called as gall stone pancreatic. So, this is another very severe problem. As we all know, gall bladder cancer is quite common these days. In 4% of the cases, the gall stones are the causes of gallbladder cancer. So, for a simple disease like a gall bladder stone, if not treated at the immediate time this can land up into very very severe problems. now once the diagnosis is confirmed it is a simple surgery called as lap coly cystectomy in which we remove the gallbladder in very small three to four cuts that is called the laparoscopic surgery. The same surgery was previously done with a big cut that’s called the laparotomy, cutting open the whole abdomen and then removing the gall bladder. Now it is done by three or four small cuts. In fact, my specialization is getting the same surgery done by a single incision in the ablycus. In which there is one cut in the navel and no cut anywhere else in the abdomen and hence the surgical cut is hardly seen. Probably, even after two months, the surgeon will also not be able to make out whether any surgery is done on the patient or not. The scar is hardly seen and it is very cleverly hidden in the ablycus.
So, for any further information or any question that you want to ask I am available at lybrate.
You can log onto lybrate or even text me or video chat with me on lybrate and I will be more than happy to clear all your doubts regarding any surgical disease and help you in the best way I can.