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Hi sir,mere papa ka name Mr.Charan Singh h .unhe high BP ki problem h jo medicine se bhi control nhi ho rha or headache bhi control nhi ho rha unka treatment cheema hospital main ho rha h bt not improvements in control high BP.


Dr.   Arti Ajay Sharma
Hi high BP can lead to several problems like angina,stroke and many other complications.Along with medications, lifestyle changes like avoiding added salt,going for a walk daily and staying stress free is necessary.Please consult Physician soon.

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I am 4 months pregnant. I had hypothyroidism before conceiving. And I aslo have an incomplete RBBB. My hear rate is gone high during my pregnancy. I am taking thyronorm 125mcg. I have also done a 2D echo everything was normal. I want to know why my hear rate is high?


Dr.   Arti Ajay Sharma
Hello its better to consult a Cardiologist for the same. Be in regular follow ups of your doctor and take medicine as advised. Take care

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Yesterday night put foot on cold floor and body suddenly gets shivering and hands got white


Dr.   Rajendra Patil
Dear member its a Natural No Worry, Don't be serious

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Flame in left side abomem &#rl&#nlSwelling in hands &#rl&#nlLoss of sleep


Dr.   Arti Ajay Sharma
Hi.&#nlcan be due to gastritis,indigestion or urine infection.&#nlFor swelling it can be due to anemia,kidney or thyroid disease.&#nlplease consult physician and get evalauated

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am 26 year old men. i have diabetics and high blood pressure. now my blood pressure is 80/125 and hba1c value is 5.6. before one month i take a ecg it shows techcardica but echo test show normal. i fear about stroke.


Dr.   Arti Ajay Sharma
Take a balanced diet ,rich in all food groups.&#nlWalking daily and avoiding junk foods will help.&#nlIf you are overweight reduce weight,.&#nlAvoid stress.&#nlFrequent monitoring and follow ups are essential .

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Does regular palpations in my right hand means something is wrong with my heart in long run?


Dr.   Sunil Verma
Do you want to say Palpitation? Palpitation is a noticeably rapid, strong, or irregular heartbeat due to agitation, exertion, or illness. Whereas Palpation is the process of using one's hands to examine the body, especially while perceiving/diagnosing a disease or illness. For the causes and treatment kindly visit your Cardiologist very soon. Dr. Sunil Verma, M.D. Cardiologist, Sahara Hospital, Lucknow.

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What are the Causes of asthma how do i prevent it for my elder one?


Dr.   Rahul Singh
It isn't clear why some people get asthma and others don't, but it's probably due to a combination of environmental and genetic (inherited) factors. While there's no way to prevent asthma completely, following these steps may control your condition and prevent asthma attacks to a large extent.&#rl&#nl&#rl&#nl• Follow your asthma action plan. (With our expert doctor and health care team, you can write a detailed plan for taking medications and managing an asthma attack.) &#rl&#nl• Get vaccinated for influenza and pneumonia. &#rl&#nl• Identify and avoid asthma triggers.&#rl&#nl• Monitor your breathing.&#rl&#nl• Identify and treat attacks early.&#rl&#nlDr. Rahul Singh, General Physician, M.B.B.S., M.D.-General Medicine, P.G.D.D., Sunita Hospital, 488, Mumbai.

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Ejection fraction is 42 per cent. Doctor advised angiography. Will it work?


Dr.   Alok Chopra
A normal heart's ejection fraction may be between 50% and 70%. An EF from 41% to 49% may be considered “borderline” but does not always indicate that a person is developing heart failure. It may indicate damage, perhaps from a previous heart attack. Angiography will help you to know the exact wall thickness and the strength of your heart to pump the blood. We advice you to consult with our Cardiologists on Omni.Care for your current heart situation.&#rl&#nlDr. Alok Chopra, Cardiology, M.B.B.S., M.D.-Cardiology, Aashlok Hospital, 163, New Delhi.

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