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I am 46 years old. I am having acute pain from near the heart to the centre of stomach for nearly half hour to one hour. I am having this pain after having something to eat even after lunch and dinner and sometimes suddenly at midnight when I am unable to sleep the whole night. When there is pain I am even unable to breathe properly. The pain automatically subsides after sometime but when there is pain it feels that I will die. Please advice what medicines to take so that I can overcome this pain. I am not having pain in both the side of the stomach. Looking forward to receive your esteemed advice.
My wife have diabetic and pregnant now with 8 weeks her weight is 73 kg. Now my question is what meal chart is good and when and what she should have in meals? What are the free foods, vegs, fruits? How she can maintain her weight? Any other suggestion? Also she is taking insulin three times in a day.
M getting acne and blackheads. So please suggest me the most effective acne night cream and acne facewash. Please.
I have eczema like condition near my thighs. I had used Betnovate to treat it, but the condition keeps coming back after few weeks, especially due to sweating. Is there a permanent cure for it?
I am having 5 stones in my kidney 3, 4.7, 8.7, 5.4mm. What precaution can I take? Can I send it out without pain?
Dear Doctor/s, Of late we are encouraged to use pathological services like various packages by reputed Labs & other pathological services with free home collection of blood & urine sample. My only concern is the accuracy of the report. Since they collect the sample & move round to collect few more samples & before particular time deposit the collected samples with the Lab. Due to exposure to heat & moisture samples especially blood may loose it's freshness & consequently give variable results/reports which leads confusion to Doctors & patient. please Advice whether it is advisable to use these facilities only in emergency than normal including The annual/routine medical checkups. Frank opinion requested. Thanks Nagesh Rao.
I got a diabetes for more than 30 years I take medicine glibencamine and metformin but the blood sugar is still 190-200 I need your advice to improve them, Thank you srisit@hotmail. Com.
My friend has got more than usual hair growth in stomach area, breast & back area which normally we dont have it. And also in lower back area too she has thick hair. What can be cause for it?
Dear sir/madam, I have high borderline cholesterol (221) and low hemoglobin (11.6). I am eating fatty and fried foods once in week only. That is also very rare. I am 25 year old and just married. If I try to control my food for reducing cholesterol it will negatively effect my hemoglobin count. How can I handle this?
Hello sir what kind of diet or eat in thyroid Sir my period is irregular what is reason of that. Its related to by thyroid. please Give right suggestion.
I am a 27 year old male and suffering from severe hair fall, please suggest me how to stop hair fall and how to get hair regrowth.
Sir, I am feeling back pain sometimes sometimes. 2 times already shown to doctor but no results. When I am taking medicines in that 2-3 months I m feeling ok. But after that back pain arising. Please suggest.
I am 21 years old and dear sir now I want to increase my height 3 to 4 inches. Dear sir please help. Please tell any medicine and exercise also.
The skin has the largest surface area and is most exposed to the external environment. This exposure causes a lot of wear and tear, and one of the worse complications including melanoma, which is a form of skin cancer. Read on to know about its causes, caution signs to stay alerted and how to take care of the skin.
The skin has cells known as melanocytes which give it the color. Generally, the more the number of melanocytes, the darker is the person’s complexion. This pigment is also present in skin, hair, nails, and eyes. The moles are skins are areas of higher concentration of these cells. Africans moles can be a precursor to melanoma, but not all moles turn to melanoma.
- Exposure to ultraviolet rays from the sun. Fair-skinned people are at greater risk than darker complexioned people. A single sunburn experience can also increase the risk of developing melanoma
- Use of tanning beds, especially in people below 30, ups the risk of melanoma. Indoor tanning beds is classified as having the highest record by WHO
- Family history
- Ethnicity, with Hispanics at the greatest risk and African-Americans at the least risk
- For those who have risk factors for developing melanoma, a monthly self-exam is advisable. A formal annual exam with a dermatologist is also advised. This will help in early identification of the condition and lead to early treatment and containment.
- Melanoma is not restricted to the skin, can also occur in feet, eyes, and scalp
- Use a mirror to check all over the body
- If you have moles, watch for change in their size, shape, and regularity. Any change should be immediately checked for.
- If you see any new irregularities on the skin anywhere, get medical attention.
- Any sore that has not healed
- Any swelling that is near the mole or has not regressed
- Change in sensation including itching or pain
- A quick way to remember is to check for ABCDE: Asymmetry of the lesion, irregularity of the borders, change in color, diameter greater than six mm, and speed of evolution. Watching for these can help in early diagnosis.
Melanoma is directly linked to sun exposure, and so reducing sun exposure and taking adequate precautions can help in prevention.
- Avoid or reduce exposure to sun
- Use sunscreen religiously. The SPF should be at least 30 and should be reapplied every two hours
- Use a hat or cap, sunglasses, and cover up when out in the sun
- Be extra careful when out on the beach or in the mountains
- Avoid sun if possible between 10AM to 4PM
- Use tan removal agents after a sun exposure
If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an Oncologist.