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Contrast Enhanced Computed Tomography of the whole abdomen showing moderate hypatomegaly with coarse attentuation, edematous GB mild dilated portal vein,splenomegaly,diverticulituis in sigmoid colon. Crystitis. My brother suresh kumar's report has been admitted in Maharaja Agrasain Hospital, Punjabi Bagh and the doctor has recommended us for a second opinion. Kindly advise / suggest next course of action if possible.
Male | 44
Answered on 30th July '22
Dr. Pallab Haldar
My wife is suffering with low hemoglobin, RBC , WBC & patlets count gone on decreasing .She has sufferd with viral fever for 15 days, viral fever came to normal but counts were not increasing.she has treated 20 days in KIMS, hyderabad hospital. Kims doctors told that after few days gradually counts will increase. What is her problem upto now doctors did not diagnosis, Two or three days doctors are transmitting sdp and prbc and WBC injections.I'm taken second opinion he told that there is a problem in bone marrow.without daignoses if we take bone marrow treatment does patient get any side effects.she is suffering from legs pain and swalling in legs aslo and she is becoming weak. Please what is her problem give me the clarity
Female | 36
Answered on 24th Dec '22
Dr. Soumya Poduval
I'm 23 years female got pap test last month and I have a doubt that speculum is not sterlized will I get hiv from this way .speculum is not used for 2 hours before the pap test
Female | 23
The risk of HIV transmission from a speculum is extremely low. The risk is even lower if the speculum was not used for more than two hours prior to the Pap test. If you are still concerned, please speak with your healthcare provider.
Answered on 24th Jan '23
Dr. Babita Goel
How long does a person who had Bone marrow transplant can get back to their normal routine after the procedure?
Generally the recovery time for a bone marrow transplant recipient is about three months to one year. But it may vary from patient to patient depending upon many factors like age of patient complications occurred during the treatment and others. Consult an oncologist, who will guide you through the treatment. Hope our answer helps you.
Answered on 26th May '21
Dr. Babita Goel
My daughter suffering with this disease Sickle cell anemia. Please suggest where I need to consult for free treatment?
Bone marrow transplant also called as stem cell transplant, is potential cure for sickle cell anemia. Treatment options are:
- Medications to reduce pain and prevent complications.
- Vaccinations to prevent infections.
- And blood transfusions.
- Life style changes are also of help, such as:
- Taking folic acid supplements daily.
- Having a healthy diet.
- Drinking plenty of water.
- Avoid temperature extremities.
Also, there are some hospitals where concession on medical treatments are available though cards like Ayushman bharat, CHGS, etc. Some government hospitals are:
- Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai
- All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi
- Christian Medical College (CMC) and Hospital, Vellore.
Consult a hematologist - Hematologists in Delhi. Hope this helps you, and let the team know if your preferred location is different.
Answered on 29th July '21
Dr. Babita Goel
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