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Member Query

Three days ago I swallowed supari. I very forcefully tried to vomit by inserting a finger in the mouth. there was no vomit, only some spit and little brown kind of thing(not sure if blood or supari). I keep feeling a little uneasy/pain in the cervical esophagus. I feel like this area has been bruised . I had one zincovit today. I fear that I might have had a tear/ rupture of the esophagus.


Dr.   Omni.Care Doctor
A tear in esophagus has prominent symptoms, like difficulty in breathing or severe chest pain on breathing, pain in esophagus, back pain, difficulty in swallowing. If you are experiencing extreme pain or any of these symptoms, we suggest you to book an appointment with us.

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Member Query

One of my friend is suffering from anal fissure from past 6 months. He didn't went to any hospital. Now he did a consultation with the doctor. Doctor said, it can be removed with a surgery. My question is, can it cure through medicines only?


Dr.   Arti Ajay Sharma
Hi there,Initial treatment involves adding bulk to the stool and softening the stool with psyllium or methylcellulose preparations .You may try these things.&#nlIncrease liquid intake, and, at times, take stool softeners. Sitz baths are beneficial after bowel movements, to relax the spasm, to increase the flow of blood to the anus.Topical anesthetics like xylocaine, lidocaine are recommended especially prior to a bowel movement to reduce the pain of defecation.When patients are not responsive to non-surgical treatments, surgery becomes necessary.I suggest that he ask doctor for nonsurgical techniques before deciding for surgery.take care!&#nl&#nl

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Member Query

HOW ARE OUR MUCSLES AND BONES USEFUL FOR US


Dr.   Shashiraj Shetty
Our bones protect our vital organs (like brain is protected by skull) and they form our body shape like skeleton and the muscles help us to move. There are 3 types of muscles- skeletal (attached to our skeleton), cardiac (found in heart) & smooth (digestive system, blood vessels, respiratory system). Together, the muscles and bones help us maintain a good posture.&#rl&#nlDr. Shashiraj Shetty, Orthopaedic & Joint replacement, Bone & Joint Replacement, M.S.-Orthopedics & Joint Replacement, Fortis Hiranandani Hospital, Vashi, Navi Mumbai- 400703.

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