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Dietary food for reducing dandruff - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   Hello in the morning i was chatting with doctor
Doctor :   could u tell me ur medical problem in briefly
User :   i was chatting on my daughters dandruff issue, he suggested to take multibite plus minerals tablets one tablet per day
Doctor :   ok
User :   if i buy in the medicine shop they ask for Doctor name..could i know the doctor name so that it will help during billing
Doctor :   Dr.XXXX
Doctor :   anything else u want to know
User :   ok thanks
Doctor :   ur welcome
Doctor :   bye for now
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   are you back sir?
User :   i was disconnected due to power failure & internet was down
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   please go ahead
User :   going back to my daughter's dandruff issue...what kind of food dietary i need to put to my daughter or not to restrict on her food intake
Doctor :   just avoid oily and spicy foods
Doctor :   ask her to wash her hair atleast twice a week
Doctor :   use a herbal shampoo
Doctor :   some amount of sun exposure
User :   ok...taking multibite vitamin tablet does any side effects would be there?
Doctor :   before 10 am and after 4 pm
Doctor :   is good
Doctor :   no
Doctor :   these are natural supplements
Doctor :   so minimal side effects
User :   since she is 10years old so that side effects should not affect her physical condition or something else which we are unknown
Doctor :   no
Doctor :   there wont be any adverse side effects
User :   ok...
Doctor :   these are just multivitamins
Doctor :   if any excess they will be excreted away
User :   i have small tiny small blisters on my head scalp which is normally not harming me but sometime i have itches how do i get out of this...
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   For Administrative and health purposes, Please provide these details of the patient-Age: Gender: Occupation: Location: Marital Status: Weight and Height: Dependents: Yes/ No.
User :   age:40/g:m/occ:working/loc:blr/marital:married/w:84&h:5.85/dependents:y(2)
Doctor :   Do you have any other health problems?
User :   no absolutely i am alright...only i get hungry very quickly...
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   you may be having a fungal infection of the scalp
Doctor :   you need to get examined by a dermatologist
Doctor :   and you would need antifungal medicines
User :   its very small tiny bristels...1 or 2 in the head scalp
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   wash your hair twice a week
Doctor :   keep it clean
User :   i do without fail
Doctor :   but the itching increases, then you have to see a dermatologist
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User :   sir one more thing which i want to know...
User :   yes
Doctor :   ok
User :   i work as GM in a s/w company & most of thei time i travel but not continously...
Doctor :   ok
User :   otherwise i stay back in the office...
User :   but whenever i stay in office & home sometimes i get drowsiness
User :   i go into little sleepy mode for a few seconds and i come back....
Doctor :   ok
User :   if it as at home thats fine..but at office i can't.
User :   normally my daily routine is iget up in the morning 5 am and for 45mts i go for walking
Doctor :   ok
User :   and then continue watching paper & drink coffee and then move on
User :   do u say anything why this is?
Doctor :   may be it is due to stress
Doctor :   avoid coffee and tea after 4 pm in the evening
Doctor :   take good sleep atleast 8 hrs a day
User :   no i do not have any stress job...bcoz my office job involves less of stress and its smooth kind of job
Doctor :   ok
User :   i am not typically into s/w development
Doctor :   but are you getting good sleep?
User :   yes i sleep around 10:45 pm & get up at 5 am sometime i sleep around 12pm that is i would be watching TV thats why?
Doctor :   you should get atleast
Doctor :   8 hrs of sleep
User :   in a week only once i sleep around 12pm
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   also dont sleep after ealking
User :   sir one last question which is important to me i need to know
Doctor :   as it is bad for health
Doctor :   ok
User :   sometime when i am hungry i feel gas is getting filled and i go home and eat my food.....but i get bulged kind of stomach and it stays for 2-3hours and some little stomach pain i get ...
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   that could be due to acidity
Doctor :   you should avoid spicy and oily foods
User :   how to avoid this so that even at the time of hungry i should be atleast feel comfort and take food so that digestion is comfort again
Doctor :   ok
User :   no i am pure vegeterian and no oily & spicy food i eat
Doctor :   try to take food at frequent intervals
Doctor :   small meals should be good
Doctor :   also aavoid those foods that cause gas in you
Doctor :   that can be done by observing by trial and error which foods cause more gas
Doctor :   and avoiding them
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Doctor :   hi
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