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Dr. Ramanjineyulu

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Cardiologist, Thane

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Dr. Ramanjineyulu is a renowned Cardiologist in Aarogyam Multispeciality Hospital, Thane. Doctor is a MBBS . You can visit him/her at Orbit Super Speciality Hospital & Accident Centre in Aarogyam Multispeciality Hospital, Thane. Book an appointment online with Dr. Ramanjineyulu on Lybrate.com.

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Near Dahisar Checknaka, Western Express Highway, Mira Village. Landmark:Opp Amar Palace Hotel, ThaneThane Get Directions
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Sir, I am 58 years. My LDL Cholesterol -Direct is 125 mg/dl. HDL is 42 mg/dl. Total Cholesterol is 200 mg/dl. triglycerides :147 mg/dl. BP is under control. HBA1C: 7 %. Please advice to control Total Cholesterol and HBA1C and other.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
Sir, I am 58 years. My LDL Cholesterol -Direct is 125 mg/dl. HDL is 42 mg/dl. Total Cholesterol is 200 mg/dl. triglyc...
In a known case of diabetic and high cholesterol we need to control sugar levels with medication , aerobic exercise and following a diabetic diet and few tips on diet say no to maida items like toast , khaari ,naan ,white bread . can drink tea but without sugar say no to Buffalo milk and can drink cows milk can eat brown bread can eat sprout’s can eat green vegetables, can eat chappati ,bajra ka rotla can eat one katori of rice twice a day with dal to avoid farsan food items can eat fruits say no to coconut water
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I am male 31. I am suffering form left side muscular back pain beside scapula last 2 years. Heart examin ecg and eco is fine no problem. But back pain is radiate in chest and left hand too.

Diploma in Family Medicine, Fellowship in Diabetology, Diploma in Diabetology, FCCP, MBBS
General Physician,
I am male 31. I am suffering form left side muscular back pain beside scapula last 2 years. Heart examin ecg and eco ...
1. Only non - surgical treatment is regular exercises. 2. Physiotherapy front and back strenghtening exercises is very important. 3. Neck exercises is also very important 4. Yoga type of exercises. 5. If obese - reduce weight. 6. Height, weight & waist hip ratio to be maintained. 6. Do not ride two wheelers 7. If you spend 45minutes everyday by doing all these things, then you will start flying 8. Avoid lifting heavy things doing work bending down for long hours.
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C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
To screen or not to screen all young athletes with ECG to discover problems hiding within the heart

Guidelines from the American Heart Association (AHA) (endorsed by the American College of Cardiology) and the European Society of Cardiology (ESC), both recommend a screening before sports participation, but the Americans favor a detailed medical history combined with a physical examination only, while the Europeans favor the addition of the 12?lead ECG.

The controversy was evident in the results of a poll conducted during a debate session at the AHA meeting last year, which were published this week in the New England Journal of Medicine by James Colbert, MD, of Harvard Medical School.

Of the audience members who voted ?? an unscientific sample, to be sure ?? 70% favored some type of screening for cardiac disease in young athletes. And in a scenario where screening was already a foregone conclusion, 60% said it should include an ECG. A similar online poll on the NEJM website was even more informative, showing that the differences in opinion exist on both sides of the Atlantic.

Of the 1,266 people who voted on the site ?? again, not a scientific sample ?? 18% didn?t want any mandatory screening, 24% wanted screening with a medical history and physical exam, and 58% favored screening that included an ECG. The percentage of voters who endorsed an ECG was higher among Europeans than among Americans (66% versus 45%), but that still indicates a substantial amount of controversy regardless of geography.
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This is going to sound a little awkward, but my father, 43 years old, regularly visits an astrologer. He said that he would get a heart attack in January. A little background on him: Smoker, Drinker, Loves oily foods etc. For me, this was a wake up call, I have forcefully got him to quit smoking, got him to exercise and i am slowly controlling his diet. Is there anything else I can do? I knew a heart attack would come given his lifestyle, is there any way to prevent it, other than these? Weight: 98 kgs Age: 43 Height: 5 feet 8 inches Stress level: high through the roof.

Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
This is going to sound a little awkward, but my father, 43 years old, regularly visits an astrologer. He said that he...
You are taking good care of your father but he needs to be more supportive to you and more conscious of his health for the sake of his anxious family which will suffer equally if god forbid he gets a heart attack. He needs aggressive lifestyle modifications after being more aware about it- he is doing it for himself, not a favor to anyone. He is overweight. Reduce his weight by diet & exercise, take help from a qualified person, reduce weight @ 5 kgs/ month only. Get his basic tests done- ecg, echo test followed by a stress test, blood test for sugar and total lipids. Quit smoking and exposure to secondary smoking / pollution. Give up alcohol & oily food along with it. Astrologers do not predict a heart attack but lifestyle plus cardiac reports do predict. Get back here with reports for more guidance.
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I am 40 years women and am getting savior pain in left hand it continues through chest. Recently I got checked by neurologist but he confirms that there is no issue. But I still suffering from pain. I hope you suggest.

M.P.T-Ortho, Bachelor of physiotherapy
Physiotherapist,
I am 40 years women and am getting savior pain in left hand it continues through chest. Recently I got checked by neu...
May be you are working. So it can be cervical too. So take rest. Avoid forward bending of neck. Do isometric exercises of neck. Be careful about posture. Avoid use of high pillows.
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In which age women r prone to heart attack. Actually I am 34 years old and I am having pain in chest since 3 months which r going towards right hand n sometimes to left also. I consult to doctor on August. But he said its not a heart problem without prescribing any test. Rather said its just an anxiety disorder n recommend me Clonafit plus. But I am still having Chest pain. Kindly tell me wgat should I do now.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
In which age women r prone to heart attack. Actually I am 34 years old and I am having pain in chest since 3 months w...
Dear Lybrateuser, -Women are prone to heart diseases after menopause as the cardio protective estrogen levels go down -if you have a family history of heart problem in any of the parents or raised BP then better to get screened for blood sugar, cholesterol, ecg, x-ray chest done to rule out any problem as heart disease can strike at a younger age also nowadays -follow dietary precautions, avoid fried, spicy & junk food, do not skip meals, eat meals on time, chew food well -have 7-8 glasses of water in a day -walk for 20-30 min & do yoga to reduce stress & for good digestion.
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My husband has high blood pressure which gives him severe headache sometimes. Doctor has prescribed him medicines also but he is quite reluctant to take it. I failed to convince him. Is really there are some adverse effect. Please suggest.

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
My husband has high blood pressure which gives him severe headache sometimes. Doctor has prescribed him medicines als...
He should start taking medicines for bp-------------do not think that you will get used to it but think of the adverse effects high bp can pose to other organs---------------so firstly get your bp down and then find out the reason for this increase in bp, if you do not want to continue with allopathic medicine-------------------myself is a homoeopath and I can help you in this direction-----get your blood tests for cbc, esr, lipid profile, creatinine, urea, sgot/sgpt---------------
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Hi I am having problem during sleep, getting breath obstruction sometime during sleep and also some times having high breathing rate during sleep from last 1 or 2 months. Kindly suggest way forward.

MBBS, Dip.Cardiology, Fellowship in Clinical Cardiology(FICC), Fellowship in Echocardiology
Cardiologist, Ghaziabad
You are suffering from sleep apnea Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a problem in which your breathing pauses during sleep. This occurs because of narrowed or blocked airways. Causes When you sleep, all of the muscles in your body become more relaxed. This includes the muscles that help keep your throat open so air can flow into your lungs. Normally, your throat remains open enough during sleep to let air pass by. Some people have a narrow throat. When the muscles in their upper throat relax during sleep, the tissues close in and block the airway. This stop in breathing is called apnea. Loud snoring is a telltale symptom of OSA. Snoring is caused by air squeezing through the narrowed or blocked airway. Not everyone who snores has sleep apnea though. Other factors also may increase your risk: A lower jaw that is short compared to your upper jaw Certain shapes of the roof of your mouth (palate) or airway that cause it to collapse more easily Large neck or collar size, 17 inches (43 centimeters) or more in men and 16 inches (41 centimeters) or more in women Large tongue, which may fall back and block the airway Obesity Large tonsils and adenoids that can block the airway Sleeping on your back can also cause your airway to become blocked or narrowed. Central sleep apnea is another sleep disorder during which breathing can stop. It occurs when the brain temporarily stops sending signals to the muscles that control breathing. Symptoms If you have OSA, you usually begin snoring heavily soon after falling asleep. The snoring often becomes very loud. Snoring is interrupted by a long silent period while your breathing stops. The silence is followed by a loud snort and gasp, as you attempt to breathe. This pattern repeats throughout the night. Most people with OSA do not know their breathing starts and stops during the night. Usually, a sleep partner or other family members hear the loud snoring, gasping, and snorting. Snoring can be loud enough to hear through walls. People with sleep apnea may: Wake up unrefreshed in the morning Feel sleepy or drowsy throughout the day Act grumpy, impatient, or irritable Be forgetful Fall asleep while working, reading, or watching TV Feel sleepy while driving or even fall asleep while driving Have hard-to-treat headaches Other problems that may occur include: Depression Hyperactive behavior, especially in children Difficult to treat high blood pressure Leg swelling (if apnea is severe) Exams and Tests Your health care provider will take your medical history and do a physical exam. Your provider will check your mouth, neck, and throat. You may be asked about daytime sleepiness, how well you sleep, and bedtime habits. You will need to have a sleep study to confirm OSA. Other tests that may be performed include: Arterial blood gases Electrocardiogram (ECG) Echocardiogram Thyroid function studies Treatment Treatment helps keep your airway open while you sleep so your breathing does not stop. Lifestyle changes may help relieve symptoms in people with mild sleep apnea, such as: Avoid alcohol or medicines that make you sleepy before bedtime. They can make symptoms worse. Avoid sleeping on your back. Lose excess weight. Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) devices work best to treat obstructive sleep apnea in most people. You wear a mask over your nose while you sleep. The mask is connected by a hose to a small machine that sits at the side of your bed. The machine pumps air under pressure through the hose and mask and into your airway while you sleep. This helps keep your airway open. It can take some time to get used to sleeping with CPAP therapy. Good follow-up and support from a sleep center can help you overcome any problems using CPAP. Dental devices may help some people. You wear them in your mouth while you sleep to keep your jaw forward and the airway open. Other treatments may be available, but there is less evidence that they work. It is best to talk with a doctor who specializes in sleep problems before trying them. Surgery may be an option for some people. It is often a last resort if other treatments did not work and you have severe symptoms. Surgery may be used to: Remove extra tissue at the back of the throat. Correct problems with the structures in the face. Create an opening in the windpipe to bypass the blocked airway if there are physical problems. Remove the tonsils and adenoids. Surgery may not completely cure obstructive sleep apnea and may have long-term side effects. Outlook (Prognosis) If not treated, sleep apnea may cause: Anxiety and depression Loss of interest in sex Poor performance at work or school Daytime sleepiness because of sleep apnea can increase the risk of: Motor vehicle accidents from driving while sleepy Industrial accidents from falling asleep on the job In most cases, treatment completely relieves symptoms and problems from sleep apnea. Possible Complications Untreated obstructive sleep apnea may lead to or worsen heart disease, including: Heart arrhythmias Heart failure Heart attack High blood pressure Stroke When to Contact a Medical Professional You feel very tired and sleepy during the day You or your family notice symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea Symptoms do not improve with treatment, or new symptoms develop.
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I have a pulse rate between 90 and 110 at most of the times. Instead of taking medicines, what are the other ways to bring it below 90?

BHMS
Homeopath, Hooghly
I have a pulse rate between 90 and 110 at most of the times. Instead of taking medicines, what are the other ways to ...
Do some yoga,, practice deep breathing,,,do some walking,,hold ur breath for sometime,,,avoid alcohol,,take food having high in magnesium like soya,,beans,,nuts,,bran,,banana,etc,,,take food rich in pottasium,,,avoid smoking,,this will help
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