Pulmonologyy

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She is having cough from last 6 months

Asked anonymously on 1st July, 2022 at 10:29 am
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Dr. Pallab Haldar
6 years of experience

Homoeopath

Answered on 30th Jul 2022 at 2:20 am
See a doctor ASAP
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Dr. Sanket Chakraverty
13 years of experience

Dentist

Answered on 3rd Jul 2022 at 2:21 am
Please kindly get allergy test done where they will do tests to ascertain what drugs may cause allergy and make a list for him. There it will be mentioned which anaesthetic drugs can be administered to him.

Lungs high pressure so haert beet very fast

Asked anonymously on 13th December, 2021 at 11:50 am
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Last edited on 27th Dec 2021 at 4:25 pm

We will advise you to reach out to your nearest specialist - Pulmonologists.

 

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Last edited on 2nd Dec 2021 at 3:27 pm

Yes, stem cell therapy can be used to treat Interstitial Lung Disease.

The disease can't be reversed but it can either be prevented from progressing further or slowed down.

But please discuss with a specialist about risks/side effects/their experience with prior patients & success rate/pre-operative preparations/post-operative precautions, as there's not much information available on this.
Refer our page to find suitable doctors - Pulmonologists in India.

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Last edited on 24th Nov 2021 at 12:32 pm

This seems to be a problem with your lungs, either clotting or tissue damage, but we say this with a lot of uncertainty. We will advise you to refer this page to find doctors - Pulmonologists in India.

 

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Last edited on 19th Aug 2021 at 10:28 am

Causes could include some kind of heart and/or lung disease, and even anxiety, panic and unfit body. We will suggest that you visit physicians first, and upon further diagnosis and testing they will refer you to the right doctor, our page could help with same - General Physicians in India

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Last edited on 22nd Jul 2021 at 7:04 am

Ma'am this generally happens when you have to supplement oxygen using a device, and provided that they end up supplying more oxygen than what is needed. I do not know what kind of situation may have landed you in this trouble, but it's advisable to contact your medical healthcare provider on an urgent basis and to use a ventilator for how much ever long your lungs will take to recover. Your treatment will be based on whatever symptoms you will show/develop, or the phase that it is at. For more information you can contact - General Physicians in India.

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Last edited on 6th Jul 2021 at 5:19 am

Since this left sided chest pain has been persistent for 6 months, therefore it could be as a result of following conditions:
1.) Angina: Is a symptom of any heart related problem such as coronary heart disease. It describes chest pain, discomfort, or pressure that you get, when your heart muscle isn’t getting enough oxygen from blood. You might also have discomfort in your arms, shoulders, neck, back, or jaw.

2.) Heart attack: A heart attack takes place when the heart muscle is damaged because it can’t get enough supply of the oxygen-rich blood. Some heart attacks start with mild chest pain that builds up slowly. And in other cases they can also start abruptly, with intense pain on the left side or center of your chest.

3.) Myocarditis: Chest pain can also be a sign of heart inflammation. Myocarditis can affect your heart’s electrical system, weakening your heart or causing permanent damage to the heart muscle.

4.) Cardiomyopathy: Cardiomyopathy is a disease of heart muscle or enlarged heart. It’s possible to have cardiomyopathy without symptoms, but it can certainly cause chest pain.

5.) Pericarditis: Pericardium is the two thin layers of tissue that surround the heart, when it becomes inflamed or irritated, it leads to a sharp stabbing pain on the left side or middle of the chest. You might also have pain in one or both shoulders.

6.) Hiatal hernia: A hiatal hernia is when the upper part of your stomach pushes through the large muscle between your abdomen and chest (diaphragm).

7.) Problems with your esophagus: Chest pain can signal that there’s something wrong with your esophagus.
For an instance, an esophageal muscle spasm can cause the same type of chest pain as a heart attack.

Also, if the lining of your esophagus becomes inflamed, then it can cause burning or sharp chest pain.

Furthermore, an esophageal rupture, or tear, allows food to leak into your chest cavity, causing mild to severe chest pain. It can also lead to nausea, vomiting, and rapid breathing.
8.) Pulled muscles and chest wall injuries: Chest pain can be caused by pulled, strained, or sprained muscles in either the chest or between the ribs. Any injury to your chest can lead to pain.

9.) Collapsed lung: This can be caused by disease or trauma inflicted upon the chest.

10.) Pneumonia: Sharp or stabbing chest pain that worsens on taking a deep breath or while coughing could point at pneumonia, especially if you were recently infected by a respiratory illness such as bronchitis or influenza.

11.) Lung cancer: Chest pain can sometimes be a symptom of lung cancer. Symptoms don't necessarily appear in the earlier stages. The sooner you’re diagnosed and treated however, the better will be outcome.

12.) Pulmonary hypertension: is high blood pressure in the lungs.

13.) Pulmonary embolism: Meaning a blood clot in the lungs.
It would be better if you get your father diagnosed as soon as possible, please refer our page Pulmonologists in Mumbai, if you need some other city covered or ever feel confused then you can always come to us.

Best lungs hospital of Mumbai?

Asked anonymously on 6th June, 2021 at 5:43 pm
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Last edited on 18th Jun 2021 at 6:22 pm

You may find the list of relevant hospitals on our page - Best Pulmonology Hospitals in Mumbai. You can also reach out to us anytime you need further guidance.

Best chest hospitals of Mumbai?

Asked anonymously on 6th June, 2021 at 5:41 pm
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Last edited on 18th Jun 2021 at 6:46 pm

You can visit our page - Best Pulmonology Hospitals in Mumbai, and find relevant hospitals. You can also reach out to us anytime you need further guidance, we are always to help. 

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Last edited on 1st Jun 2021 at 4:17 pm

Dear user, you can refer from our list of Best Pulmonology Hospitals in Mumbai, we hope that you find it useful, and if you need any further assistance then you can always reach out, we are also extremely sorry for replying late.

Lung transplant doctor hospital

Asked anonymously on 29th January, 2021 at 12:51 am
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Last edited on 31st May 2021 at 8:03 pm

Dear user, you may refer our list of Lung Transplant doctors in Mumbai, or any other city which you find convenient, we are extremely sorry for having replied late, do reach out to us if you have any queries.

Who can treat birth asphyxia baby

Asked anonymously on 13th January, 2021 at 12:53 pm
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Last edited on 8th Jun 2021 at 3:35 pm

Dear sir, we are sorry for replying late, if it helps then you can refer from our list of Respiratory Conditions doctors in Mumbai, or that of any other city based on your preference.

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Last edited on 19th Jun 2021 at 4:04 am

Hello Dev, Normally, the lung transplant cost in India is approximately Rs.20 lakhs. Note: This cost range may vary from one hospital to another. Hope our answer helps you. If you want then you can also consult experts for second opinions - Lung Transplant doctors in Mumbai, or page of any other city which you find convenient.

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Last edited on 23rd Aug 2021 at 4:15 pm

Hello, We understand your concern. Basically, we are unaware of your brother's medical history; we would suggest you to consult pulmonologist for further details. On our page we have mentioned some of the best pulmonologists in surat for your reference - Pulmonologists in Surat.

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