With the monsoon being over dry weather has set in. In India the Indian summer has set in, cold at night, hot dry weather in the mornings. The difference in temperature, especially while moving from the heat into an airconditioned room can trigger a nosebleed. Nosebleed happens because of the following reasons. Dry weather leadsContinue reading “Dry weather is back! Managing nosebleeds”
So it’s world allergy week. As per the World Allergy Organisation the theme is Allergy care does not stop with COVID 19. So in the ongoing pandemic, if you have allergies, asthma, do not hesitate to reach out to your Allergy specialist. And keep in mind other monsoon diseases too
With great thanks to all doctors sincerely involved in covid duty!
Pollen allergy is fairly common in India. No, not maple, oak or birch. These plants are not found in the plains of India, yet they are included in the allergy testing panel of major blood allergy tests. Pollen allergies can cause asthma, allergic rhinitis, allergic conjunctivitis, skin rashes and other manifestation of allergy. common symptomsContinue reading “Pollen allergies in warm countries like India”
So, all of us are aware that the world is in the grip of a pandemic. A lot of us suffer from allergies too. This article is not to give any advice on Covid 19 or its treatment. I stress that you follow the WHO guidelines on social distancing, hand washing, personal hygeine and stayContinue reading “Managing allergies during the lockdown: If you have dust mite allergy refrain from vigorous house cleaning.”
Wishing you freedom from Allergies!
So a lot of patients come to me for ENT disorders, especially for ear problems,blocked ears, earache, wax removal, etc. I’ve seen a lot of patients try to treat themselves before they come to me. It makes things difficult. What is ear wax? Wax is a natural secretion of the body produced by special glandsContinue reading “March 3: World Hearing Day: Take better care of your ears!”