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10 Best Respiratory Conditions doctors in Mahim, Mumbai - Updated 2024

Dr. Prashant Chhajed

Dr. Prashant Chhajed

31 years of experience

FCCP - Pulmonary Medicine DNB - Respiratory Diseases MBBS MD - Pulmonary Medicine Privat Dozen (PD) Fellow, Thoracic Medicine & Lung Transplant Fellow, Departments of Respiratory Medicine Statistical Methods Course Sleep Technology Course

Pulmonologist, Thoracic (Chest) Surgeon

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Dr. Vikas Punamiya

Dr. Vikas Punamiya

20 years of experience

MBBS MD - Tuberculosis & Respiratory Diseases/Medicine Diploma in Tuberculosis and Chest Diseases (DTCD) MRCP (UK) FCCP - Pulmonary Medicine European Diploma in Respiratory Medicine

Pulmonologist, Somnologist

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Dr. Preyas Vaidya

Dr. Preyas Vaidya

17 years of experience

MBBS Diploma in Tuberculosis and Chest Diseases (DTCD) FCCP - Pulmonary Medicine

Pulmonologist

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Dr. Vaibhav R. Kubal

Dr. Vaibhav R. Kubal

15 years of experience

MBBS DNB - Respiratory Diseases

Pulmonologist

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Questions & Answers on "Respiratory Conditions" (66)

I have stuffy and runny nose since 3 weeks, have been using decongestants that provided some relief, but since last 3 days it is worse, continues runny nose all day, at the same time the nose is stuffy and heavy. Mucus from runny nose is mostly clear. In the morning I might cough out some yellow mucus.

Female | 37

You may have sinusitis or a sinus infection. Stuffy and runny nose with clear mucus are common symptoms of sinusitis. The yellow mucus that you cough up in the morning is a sign that it may be bacterial. To relieve congestion, try applying a warm compress across your face and seek medical attention for further assessment.

Answered on 6th June '24

Dr. Babita Goel

Dr. Babita Goel

Dear Doctor, I'm an 18-year-old male. About 15-16 days ago, I had a really bad cold with symptoms including a sore throat, headache, and fever. After 7-8 days, my cold symptoms healed, but I still had a sore throat, hoarse voice, a completely blocked right ear, and I was constantly coughing up green mucus. Four days ago, I visited a doctor and was prescribed moxifloxacin 400mg once a day for 5 days (today is day 3). While my coughing has generally decreased, I still have a sore throat and my right ear is still blocked, although it did briefly open for a few minutes yesterday. This has been ongoing for three weeks, and I'm starting to lose hope as I'm not sure what I have or if I'll get better. In addition to moxifloxacin, here are the other medications I'm currently taking: Nasacort AQ (once a day) - today is day 6 Phenadone (twice a day) - today is day 8 Nexium (once a day) - today is day 6 Ganaton (three times a day) - today is day 6 Seretide Accuhaler Diskus (twice a day) - today is day 8 Polymer Adult Hypertonic 3% (twice a day) - today is day 3 Could you please help me understand what might be causing these persistent symptoms and advise on any further steps I should take? Thank you for your assistance.

Male | 18

Answered on 6th June '24

Dr. Babita Goel

Dr. Babita Goel

Dose Pakistani bat's have rabies?

Male | 17

Yeah, Pakistani bats can have rabies. Rabies is a virus that affects the brain and can be deadly if not treated. Once bitten by a bat with rabies, a person may have symptoms like fever, headache, and confusion. The most effective way to prevent rabies is by avoiding contact with such animals as bats among others which might carry the virus. In case you are bitten by a bat, get medical help immediately.

Answered on 4th June '24

Dr. Babita Goel

Dr. Babita Goel

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