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Member Query

pls tell me gall blader stone operation expance by sri l b jain sir


Dr.   Omni.Care Doctor
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Member Query

If foot surgery of corn didn't heal in 20 days what to do?


Dr.   Umesh Sehgal
You can try some of the practical solutions or home remedies, like wearing shoes that are comfortable and fit properly, use pumice stone to scrub off the dead skin, a paste of baking soda and water applied on the corn helps to dissolve it.

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Member Query

I had a illugnal harnia and last week it ws repaired by open surgry.today my stiches ws removed.so can i go for work from next week,?? And one more thng i can see some part of my skin is nt joint proprly i mean my wound is nt totally heeled.how does it tk ? And should i use any cream over der?coz my docter didnt addvice anythng just told me to keep open that area


Dr.   ALOK AHUJA
After open hernia repair surgery are able to go home the same day. Recovery time is about 3 weeks when you can have light activity. The surgeon closes your incisions to leave smallest possible scar. Putting ointment on incisions does not help heal better. Call your surgeon if have fever, shaking chills, pain, redness, or pus from incision sites or nausea.

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