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Sudden gain in weight, night shift work, waist increased, skips breakfast, head aches, eyesight problem - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   I am fine, thank you.
User :   hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   how are u?
Doctor :   Ok
User :   Dr I am putting on weight all of sudden
User :   obesity,i work in night shift
Doctor :   May I know your age, gender, current height and weight?
User :   It looks bad when u have extra fat on ut tummy n hands
User :   Female
User :   23
User :   5.3 inch
User :   weight 53 kgs
Doctor :   Could you also specify the weight circumference?
Doctor :   * waist circumference?
Doctor :   Thank you.
User :   its 32
User :   which was 8 before
User :   28
Doctor :   According to the details provided, your weight and waist circumference is in the normal limits.
Doctor :   You do not fall into the obese category.
Doctor :   Let me brief you.
User :   but i feel the fat , when i sit down i can see the fat on my waist
User :   that s disturbing me
Doctor :   Body weight is measured based on the individuals height.
User :   can u provide me a diet plan kepping in ming my night shift
User :   schedule
Doctor :   For a height of 5' 3", weight above 65 kgs and waist circumference above 35 is considered above limits.
Doctor :   I could probably relate the extra fat deposition that has occurred recently with sedentary life style.
Doctor :   This could be corrected with appropriate exercises.
Doctor :   I do not recommend a compromise on diet now.
User :   oki
User :   yes
Doctor :   Nevertheless, I shall forward your request to
Doctor :   our customer team
Doctor :   who will fix an appointment with you for a diet counselling.
User :   ok can you please advise wht kind of excercises, i usally skip breakfast as i work in night shift
Doctor :   Our nutritionist will be able to counsel you and prepare a personalized and healthy diet plan to you benefit you.
User :   thats great:)
Doctor :   I recommend you to follow a regular diet. Do not skip meals.
User :   i frequently have terrible head aches , does it occur cause of eye sight prob
Doctor :   As far as exercises are concerned, cardioexercises are recommended.
Doctor :   Overexercises are brisk walking, jogging or threadmill usage.
User :   oki dr i will
Doctor :   you could follow these exercises.
User :   u mean Walking on thread mill will work?
Doctor :   Headaches can occur due to refractory errors.
Doctor :   If you find vision changes, it's better that you get the eye checked.
Doctor :   They can help relieve the headache.
Doctor :   Have I answered all your queries?
Doctor :   Is there any other query that you wish to discuss with me?
Doctor :   Are you there?
User :   hey
Doctor :   you will get a call from one of the customer support team in the morning.
User :   thank u :) when can i expect call from the team
Doctor :   They will fix an appointment with the nutritionist.
Doctor :   I shall ask them to call you around 4 tomorrow.
Doctor :   Do you have any other query?
User :   can they call me by evening
User :   say by 4
Doctor :   * I mean 4 today in the evening.
Doctor :   Do you have any other query?
Doctor :   Thanks for consulting me.
Doctor :   Bye for now.
User :   yes
User :   no other query
User :   thank u :)
User :   bye
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