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Age 64. Aicd implant 2018. Taking dytor, flavedon, xeralto cordarone xtor. Resting hr was always 60. And bp was 116/75. After biking for 40 min hr 90 coming to normal in 10 min. Last few weeks resting hr 85 to 80. Hr after exercise 75. Constant at that. Bp 135/95. Feeling of choked throat no other symptoms. Pl advise. Rhythm normal. Also taking concor cor 1.25 mg.

MCh (CTVS), MS - General Surgery, MBBS
Cardiologist, Lucknow  •  15yrs exp
Age 64. Aicd implant 2018. Taking dytor, flavedon, xeralto cordarone xtor. Resting hr was always 60. And bp was 116/7...
For rhythm check we need your ecg. 80 resting hr and diastolic bp is slightly high. Bp charting twice a day for 15 days. If diastolic bp is on higher side then start some antihypertensive.
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I have an issue of lice and nits can I use perlice rinse creme or lice lice killer which product will be better for my hair please help.

MD - Dermatology, MBBS
Dermatologist, Prayagraj  •  5yrs exp
I have an issue of lice and nits can I use perlice rinse creme or lice lice killer which product will be better for m...
It is good but method of application right or wrong is important. Two applications 10 days apart. Half amount then repeate after 10 days. If problem persist consult with us.
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Hello recently diagnosed with ana positive ac-4. Already have hyperthyroidism from 3 months tsh<0.008. Medication taking ciplar la 20 odastin 20 methimez 10 please interpret. What does positive ana means. How should I move ahead.

MBBS, CCEBDM, Diploma in Diabetology, Diploma in Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics, Cetificate Course In Thyroid Disorders Management (CCMTD)
Endocrinologist, Dharwad  •  49yrs exp
Hello, Thanks for the query. WIth adequate dosage of antithyroid drug like Methimazole, TSH should come up towards the normal range (0.5 to 5.0 mU/L), However, it takes quite some time to achieve the same. Usually the treatment has to be continues for over 12 to 18 months or longer. Please let me know what symptoms do you have now? Thanks.
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Gestational Diabetes - Know The Risk Factors!

MBBS, MD
Gynaecologist, Delhi  •  26yrs exp
Gestational Diabetes - Know The Risk Factors!

Gestational diabetes, as the name suggests, occurs during gestation or pregnancy when the blood sugar levels exceed the normal level. Gestational diabetes, like other form of diabetes, affects how your body cells use glucose or sugar during pregnancy, and usually disappears after you’ve given birth.

Causes and symptoms to look out for!

During gestation, the placenta produces hormones that lead to the accumulation of blood glucose. Under normal condition, the pancreas forms enough insulin to counter the buildup of blood glucose. The level of blood sugar rises when the pancreas fails to produce adequate insulin to manage your blood sugar.

Usually, women with gestational diabetes do not show symptoms. So, the presence of the condition can go unnoticed if they are not diagnosed during routine checkups and screening tests. Nevertheless, if the condition goes out of control, you may feel tired, feel thirsty or hungry, or feel the urge to urinate more often.

What are the risk factors?

About 2-10% of pregnant women are affected by gestational diabetes every year. The following factors are likely to put you at risk of developing gestational diabetes-

  1. Excess body weight- You may develop gestational diabetes if you were overweight or had gained excess weight (BMI equal to or greater than 30) before getting pregnant
  2. Family history- Women who have a family history of diabetes are likely to have gestational diabetes.
  3. Age- Women aged more than 25 years are at a greater risk of developing this condition.
  4. Diabetic history- A slightly raised blood sugar level may act as the precursor to Type-2 diabetes, which in turn increases your chance of getting affected by gestational diabetes.
  5. Previous pregnancy- Women who have previously given birth to a child weighing more than 4.1 Kg (9 pounds), or have delivered a stillborn child are likely to have gestational diabetes.

What is the treatment for gestational diabetes?

Urine tests are performed to check for ketones. In a non-diabetic person, glucagon, insulin and other hormones avert ketone levels in your blood from soaring up too high. Once you are diagnosed with gestational diabetes, it’s important that you consult your doctor for treatment. Uncontrolled blood sugar level can affect you and your baby’s health after birth. This condition can be treated in the following ways-

  1. Keep a check on your blood sugar- During pregnancy, your doctor will have you tested for gestational diabetes 4-5times a day to keep a tab on your blood glucose level. For this, a small drop of blood is first drawn from the finger using a needle. The sample of blood is then placed on the test strip inserted into a device called the blood glucose meter to measure and monitor the level of blood sugar in your body.
  2. Medication- Anti-diabetic medications and insulin are prescribed to control the amount of glucose or sugar in the bloodstream. Your doctor may also suggest oral medications like Diabeta and Glynase to manage your blood glucose level.
  3. Healthy diet- Diabetic diet- one that helps control blood sugar levels- is highly prescribed by doctors during pregnancy. Cut down on carbohydrates and sugar and switch to food items that provide your body sufficient nutrients and calories.

Post treatment the blood sugar levels usually come down to normal within 4-6 weeks of giving birth.

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

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Hi doctor, I am having severe heel pain and cannot walk bare foot. I need to use ortho slippers to walk. I don’t have uric acid and I am not diabetic. I have taken vitamin d, other syrups, d rise & b complex injections for several month but no use as such. Doctor said it is not gout as such. I fail to understand what is it actually? How can I become normal and start doing jogging & brisk walking with shoes.

Erasmus Mundus Master in Adapted Physical Activity, MPT, BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Chennai  •  23yrs exp
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I am having severe heel pain and cannot walk bare foot. I need to use ortho slippers to walk. I don’t have...
Heel pain is most often caused by plantar fasciitis, a condition that is sometimes also called heel spur syndrome when a spur is present. Heel pain may also be due to other causes, such as a stress fracture, tendonitis, arthritis, nerve irritation or, rarely, a cyst •rest as much as possible. •apply ice to the heel for 10 to 15 minutes twice a day. •take over-the-counter pain medications. •wear shoes that fit properly. •wear a night splint, a special device that stretches the foot while you sleep. •use heel lifts or shoe inserts to reduce pain. He tissue that the condition affects is under the arch of the foot but can cause a stabbing pain in the heel. Plantar fasciitis usually resolves within 6 to 18 months without treatment. With 6 months of consistent, nonoperative treatment, people with plantar fasciitis will recover 97 percent of the time plantar fasciitis and heel spurs are debilitating conditions for people who enjoy walking or running for fitness. Walking through the pain can simply lead to more pain and months of recovery. Once the pain is resolved you can slowly build up your walking or running time.
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Is berberis aquifolium gel good for pimples and dark spots? Is this a homeopathic medicine?

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Homeopathy Doctor, Lucknow  •  11yrs exp
Is berberis aquifolium gel good for pimples and dark spots? Is this a homeopathic medicine?
Yes off course this is a homeopathic medicine, that is very effective in acne n pimples conditions.
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Can I use gamma benzene hexachloride and cetrimide lotion for lot of hair fall. My sister was facing hair fall heavily, and she do not have any itching or anything but hair was falling every day.

BHMS
Homeopathy Doctor, Noida  •  24yrs exp
Can I use gamma benzene hexachloride and cetrimide lotion for lot of hair fall.
My sister was facing hair fall heavil...
Do you have dandruff problem also. Regularly wash your hair with mild shampoo. 1. Vitamin for hair loss.(a, b and c) 2. Enrich diet with protein. 3. Do warm coconut oil massage. Take coconut oil and heat it up so that it is warm, but not too hot. Massage your scalp with this hot oil for a few minutes. 4. Avoid brushing wet hair. 5. Keep yourself hydrated. 6. Put on a shower cap for an hour then shampoo your hair. It helps to stop hair loss and promote hair growth. 7. Avoid hairstyles that pull on the hairline. 8. Ditch hair tools that use high heat. 9. Be wary of chemical processing. 10. Drink water to hydrate your body. U can mix arnica q and jaborandi q equal quantity. Apply on scalp with the help of cotton. Wash hair next day. Do it twice a week homeopathy is a very effective for this problem n has very encouraging results. You can contact me for a detailed consultation.
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I am a 24 y/o healthy male. Weight 66 kg ,height 5'9. I get night falls twice a week, is it normal or will effect my health. I do not drink, do not smoke. I am unmarried, and I do not masturbate. I go to gym regularly.

PGDS, MD, DCP, MBBS
Sexologist, Noida  •  50yrs exp
I am a 24 y/o healthy male. Weight 66 kg ,height 5'9. I get night falls twice a week, is it normal or will effect my ...
dont worry some time it happen but do exercise yoga squats cycling wear loose cloth in night low spice food
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I have melasma on my cheek before I use biluma cream but my spot become bigger so I stop using but now I use elosane-ht cream.

Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery (B.U.M.S)
Unani Specialist, Kanpur  •  16yrs exp
I have melasma on my cheek before I use biluma cream but my spot become bigger so I stop using but now I use elosane-...
if that doesn't work please follow these herbal combinations sootshekhar ras 1 tablet twice a day chandanadi avleh 10 gm twice a day
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