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Dr. Rahul Varma - Pediatrician

Dr. Rahul Varma

MBBS , DCH

Pediatrician , 13 Years Experience

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100% (359 votes)
" Healthy Kids, Happy Family"

Dr. Rahul Varma believes that raising a child is a rewarding - as well as a challenging - experience for parents. His goal is to
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My son was having fever 7 days back. It remained for 2-3 days and then having coughing and running nose since last 3-4 days. He is weakened now Can you please advise

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It will settle down with time. Viral infections in small babies can take upto 2 weeks to settle down ... View Answer

Sir g, Good morning, kindly once study pathological test & advised me soon what can I do for his safe life?

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Before interpreting the blood reports, it is very important to know the age of child? and do child h ... View Answer

I'm worried of rabies. he was barefoot not sure if he had scratches on his foot. small decomposed animal is what he stepped on. nothing left but bones and a grey tail. it had been outside for many days before stepping on it in warm weather.

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Most likely , nothing to worry.. Rabies usually happens due to bite of live animals. IF you are rea ... View Answer

My daughter is 3 weeks old and I want to start formula feeding because I can not feed her enough due to less supply of breast milk after Cesarean surgery.pls guide me this option is Good for my health .I am worried.

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You need to consult lactational counsellor ( if available).. Get in constant touch with your pediatr ... View Answer

From last 3 day , cough , and fever are there. Fever increase at midnight and noon only.Child are uncomfortable obviously all the time. Nosy secrition are regular

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Better to review with child specialist doctor to rule out any danger signs and start treatment as ad ... View Answer

My baby boy born 4 days ago, he is doing yellow hard stool in potty. pls suggest what to do? is this normal?

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baby can pass stool in different consistency and frequency... IF baby is exclusively breast feed tha ... View Answer

My 3.5years old boy only drinks milk.I offer him variety of food but he don't want to even taste them. He is only on milk and doesn't drink juice too. Do i need to worry about him? Or should i keep giving him milk considering that gradually he will start eating someday Kindly suggest. If i don't give him milk, he is hungry all the day and will irritate and cry.But he won'teat anything else. I am really worried!!

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What is weight of child?? if weight is on the lower side, It is a problem.. IF baby remains on milk ... View Answer

8 months old baby passing loose motions 4 to 5 times a day since last week.. A little cranky sometimes but no fever.

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Loose motion: need to watchful for danger signs like poor oral intake, decreased urine output and b ... View Answer

My friend's little baby (15months old) ate pomegranate with seeds. Would that cause any problem? Please help me understand.

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Nothing to worry. You can relax. You can follow me for regular updates on child health via these lin ... View Answer

I need to get my child ear piercing in couple of months as that is a practice we follow. I want to know if there is any cream or medicine that anesthetize the earlobes so that my kid feels less painful

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ELMA cream, can help in reducing the pain.. Or you can ask the person, who is going to do the proced ... View Answer

vasundhara

, Ghaziabad

Maya Clinic

Shop Number 27, Uttaranchal Plaza, Sector 3, Landmark : Near Rail Kunj & Near Apollo Pharmacy, Ghaziabad

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MON - SAT

11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

INR 300

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NOTE: Fees is payable at clinic.There are NO charges for booking an appointment.

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Vaishali

, Ghaziabad

Maya Clinic

House Number 134, Sector 3/A, Rachana, Landmark : Near Shopprix Mall, Ghaziabad

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MON - SAT

7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
9:30 PM - 10:00 PM

INR 300

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NOTE: Fees is payable at clinic.There are NO charges for booking an appointment.

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Vaishali

, Ghaziabad

Aarogya Hospital

NH-1, Sector VI, Landmark : Near Mahakaleshwar Mandir, Ghaziabad

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MON - SAT

6:00 PM - 6:30 PM

INR 300

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Vaishali

, Ghaziabad

Healthskool Clinic & Pharmacy

1/417C, Sector 1, Landmark : Near Max Hospital, Ghaziabad

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ON - CALL
Visits on prior appointments.
INR 400

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NOTE: Fees is payable at clinic.There are NO charges for booking an appointment.

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2 months ago
* ***** *********** not only examines with great detail..but gives just ***** medicine in right time.Has been our doctor for all immunisations..and has diagnosed all problems **** ******** right from b * ***** *********** not only examines with great detail..but gives just ***** medicine in right time.Has been our doctor for all immunisations..and has diagnosed all problems **** ******** right from birth of our child till today. He makes himself available evey time and explains to nth detail..ensuring not only therapy but understanding the ailment and your child better. more..
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Thanks a lot for your kind words. wishing aarav a speedy recovery.
regards
Dr Rahul
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a month ago
Visited For Newborn Jaundice
Doctor is very caring and helpful. He examined the baby carefully and took blood sample for jaundice and my baby did not cried. really very good doctor and polite too.
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2 months ago
*** ***** ** **** *********** *** always updated by latest technological advancements also he is very gentle and caring towards kids...I recommend him highly....And to all kids parents..
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Thanks for the kind words. Hopefully baby is doing well.
regards
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2 months ago
********* ************* *** helpful doc with a very friendly attitude towards the child patients
great full for all the insights given

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Thanks for your kind words
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Specializations

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Pediatrician

Neonatologist

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Education

MBBS - University College of Medical Sciences & GTB Hospital, New Delhi, 2002

DCH - G B Pant Hospital / Moulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi, 2007

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Experience View all (5) View less

2007 - 2007 Senior Resident (SR) at chacha nehru bal Chikitsalya (CNBC)
2008 - 2010 DNB resident / SR at Holy Family Hospital
2010 - 2011 SR at lal Bahadur Shastri hospital
2011 - 2014 Consultant Pediatrics at Pushpanjali Crosslay Hospital
2011 - 2014 Consultant Pediatrics at Aga khan Foundation

Awards and Recognitions

Dr K. B Kapoor Award for best doctor at Holy Family hospital, Delhi - 2008

Memberships

Indian Medical Association (IMA)

Delhi Medical Council

Registrations

DMC/R/01571 Delhi Medical Council, 2002

Typhoid Fever: How to Prevent?


2017-04-04 13:00:21


Typhoid Fever is so commonly heard off in our country. (I think most common as well as most over diagnosed disease in India).

Cause: It is caused by bacteria called Salmonella Typhi (S.Typhi) typically living in humans and are shed through a person’s feces (poop) or urine (pee). Bacteria [...]

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How to Manage Child With Nose Bleed (Epistaxis) ?


2017-04-04 12:45:32


One of the most frightening sites for a parent is to see their child bleed from nose. But you can rest assure that in most cases it is not serious. 

Most of them can be treated at home. It occurs due to bleeding from small vessels of nose. It happens as a result of break in the tissue [...]

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Red Birth Mark Over Face? It Could Be Infantile Hemangiomas


2017-04-04 12:33:15


 What is it? 

Infantile hemangioma or Strawberry Mark is common type of birth mark. It is usually not visible at birth. They increase in size for few months, remain stable for next few months and subside by few years.They are not cancer like growth. They are full of small blood [...]

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What Is the Size of Newborn Stomach?


2017-04-04 12:23:33


” Stomach sizes of Newborn baby in 1st few days of life” 

Emphasis should be on; “How well the baby is sucking” on breast rather than on how much is the milk output. 

On first day of life baby’s milk requirement is very less, so milk output is also less (and if [...]

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Preterm Babies: What to Expect?


2017-04-04 12:13:27


Q: What does “preterm” mean?

 A baby is born “preterm” if he or she is born before 37 weeks of pregnancy have been completed. Normally,  a pregnancy lasts about 40 weeks.

Q: Why do preterm babies need special care?

Preterm babies are not fully prepared to live [...]

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Does Your Child Becomes Blue and Seems Lifeless After Crying? It Could Be Breath Holding Spells


2017-04-04 11:45:16


Breath Holding Spells:  

Your child cries, and stops breathing, and almost turns blue. It is one of the scariest situations for parents. The episode seems life threatening but in reality, it is relatively benign (not serious). And it does not pose any risk to the health of the [...]

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You Can Save a Life by Giving Hands-Only Cpr !


2017-04-01 12:40:40


“Anyone can learn CPR and everyone should”

  • Sudden cardiac arrest is one of the leading causes of death worldwide. Many of these lost lives can be saved if a person nearby knew how to do CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) or simply hands- only CPR.
  • You will be surprised to [...]

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Does Your Child Has Rashes Over Face, Hand and Legs? It Could Be Hfmd


2017-04-01 12:25:52


Hand, Foot, and Mouth Disease (HFMD): 

Hand, foot, and mouth disease is a common viral illness that usually affects infants and children younger than 5 years old.Symptoms of hand, foot, and mouth disease include fever, blister-like sores in the mouth (herpangina), and a skin [...]

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Does Your Child Do Teeth Grinding?


2017-04-01 11:47:26


Teeth grinding or Bruxism ( medical term for the grinding of teeth or the clenching of jaws) is very commonly seen in young children by parents.

Parent commonly attribute it to worms, which is not true. (however giving medicines for worm every 6 months is recommended for every normal child [...]

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Could My Child Have Diabetes?


2017-04-01 11:33:55


Diabetes Mellitus (DM); name itself is  fearful and more so if in context to children. It is a metabolic disorder with high blood sugar level. Major Symptoms are increased urination, increased thirst and hunger. Insulin is the only way by which body can use sugar. If insulin decreases sugar [...]

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