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10 Best Heart Failure doctors in Mumbai - Updated 2024

Dr. Pankaj Mistry

Dr. Pankaj Mistry

38 years of experience

MBBS MD - General Medicine

Diabetologist, Consultant Physician, General Physician

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Dr. Manoj Gerela

Dr. Manoj Gerela

23 years of experience

MBBS Diploma in Cardiology Fellowship in 2D Echocardiography Master of Health Sciences (Diabetology) Postgraduate Diploma Clinical Cardiology (PGDCC)

Diabetologist, Cardiologist

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Dr. Shilpa Verma

Dr. Shilpa Verma

16 years of experience

DNB - General Medicine Fellowship Training in Intensive Care Medicine MBBS

Diabetologist, Infectious Diseases Physician, General Physician

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Dr. Venkat D Nagaranjan

Dr. Venkat D Nagaranjan

13 years of experience

Cardiologist, Cardiac Electrophysiology

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Dr. Rupesh Shrivastava

Dr. Rupesh Shrivastava

12 years of experience

MBBS/DNB

Cardiologist

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Questions & Answers on "Heart Failure" (180)

My eyes goes red and heart beat go fast after drinking

Male | 31

If you drink and your eyes turn red or your heart starts beating fast, it could mean that you are allergic to alcohol. This happens when your body cannot process alcohol properly. To help yourself feel better, try reducing your intake or not drinking at all. Also, drink a lot of water and get enough sleep so that your organism can recover.

Answered on 12th June '24

Dr. Bhaskar Semitha

Dr. Bhaskar Semitha

Hi doctor my name is Lakshmi Gopinath I have two hand pain and heart pain in two side.what is the solution.

Female | 23

These signs may indicate a condition known as angina which occurs when the heart muscle does not receive enough oxygen. This results in discomfort or pressure around the chest; it may also radiate down the arm, up into the neck or back. If these are the symptoms you’re experiencing, then it’s important to get medical help right away because angina could mean that there is something wrong with your heart. Treatment options for angina include medicines, and lifestyle changes such as quitting smoking, eating a healthy diet, and getting regular exercise; sometimes surgery or other procedures might be necessary too if they can help improve blood flow to the heart. 

Answered on 23rd May '24

Dr. Bhaskar Semitha

Dr. Bhaskar Semitha

I am some problem in my chest

Male | 25

There could be many reasons for this. Sometimes it's just a case of indigestion or heartburn caused by eating too fast or consuming foods that don't agree with us. Another frequent reason is acid reflux, characterized by a burning feeling in the chest. Stress or anxiety might also be considerations since they can sometimes affect the chest. Eating smaller meals more often and avoiding fatty, spicy foods is advisable. If the matter persists seek medical help to rule out anything serious.

Answered on 23rd May '24

Dr. Samrat Jankar

Dr. Samrat Jankar

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