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Hi Doctor, good evening. I'm Ravi, 28 years of age and Working in IT industry. My height is 5'10 but my weight is 62 kg only. Iwant to put on weight.
Are you exercising?: A good healthy way to put on weight is to build up muscle mass. Assuming you have no heart problems or other reasons for which your doctor has advised against exercise, you may want to consider a program of weight training (plus aerobic exercise) 4-5 times a week for 45-60 minutes per session. You may want to consider joining a gym that offers classes at least as a starting point. ...Read more
Hi I am ravi from india. Age about 29 years. Looking like 22yrs old. Facing height growth, height about 5 feet 3 inch. Weight about 60 kg. Pale face.
BP Flucctuates norma: It is normal for BP to go up and down by 10-20 mm related to physical activity and emotional states. So you have to be calm and rested for 10-15 minutes before your BP would stabilize and that is the correct value. Get a baseline value by checking on 3 different days and then use the average value as your real BP for future reference. ...Read more
Simultaneously?: There's no rule that says you can only have one disease at a time. Recognizing that our bodies are composed of millions of chemical/electrical reactions occurring at all times, it is likely that at any given time, there will be some type of problem or abnormality occurring. 5 diseases in a lifetime is no problem. 5 at the same time would be unusual but could happen is a very sick pt. ...Read more
A/G ratio: Normal range is 1.5 for adults. If this ratio is less than 1.0 then there's a concern for cirrhosis, Ulcerative colitis, Kidney disease, multiple myeloma, and burns. There's a lot of factors that can affect this test. For example dehydration may cause your albumin levels to be lower than normal and that can affect this ratio. I would follow up with your PCP regarding this result. ...Read more
Depends: Anger control problems and irritability are usually symptoms of an underlying psychiatric illness, like ptsd, adhd or bipolar disorder. While there are no medications specifically approved to treat anger alone, a comprehensive psychiatric evaluation will likely help you identify the reasons for your rage episodes and provide you with a comprehensive treatment plan that may include medication. ...Read more