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Dr. Deepika Ughade

MBBS, DNB - Respiratory Medicine

Consultant - Pulmonology

Pulmonologist

speciality 5 Years of Practice
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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: When to see a pulmonologist?

A:

One can visit a pulmonologist for breathing difficulties. Some common symptoms that require a pulmonologist’s care include persistent coughing, cough with blood, unexplained weight loss, difficulty in exercising and more. 


Answered by: Aashi Dahiya on 05/09/2019

Q: What are the common pulmonological conditions?

A:

Pulmonology diseases include asthma, COPD, fibrosis, bronchitis, interstitial lung disease, rheumatoid lung disease and more. 


Answered by: Aashi Dahiya on 05/09/2019

Q: Which tests are done by a pulmonologist?

A:

Pulmonology Function Tests (PFT) are done by pulmonologists. These include lung volume test, spirometry test,  Plethysmography test, Diffusion capacity test and more. 


Answered by: Aashi Dahiya on 05/09/2019

Q: What to expect at the first appointment?

A:

At the first consult at a pulmonologist, one can expect a thorough investigation of symptoms. The doctor would discuss your history of the disease in detail to conduct a proper diagnosis. 


Answered by: Aashi Dahiya on 05/09/2019

Q: How much time does a pulmonary function test take?

A:

A pulmonary function test takes nearly 15-20 minutes.


Answered by: Aashi Dahiya on 05/09/2019

Q: How can I strengthen my lungs at home?

A:

One can practice breathing exercises for lung strengthening. Avoiding smoking also impacts the lungs positively. 


Answered by: Aashi Dahiya on 05/09/2019

Q: What is COPD?

A:

COPD stands for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. It is a common lung disease. In COPD, a person’s airflow is obstructed making it difficult for him/her to breathe. 


Answered by: Aashi Dahiya on 05/09/2019

Q: What are the common signs of sleep apnea?

A:

Snoring, sore throat, waking up with a choking sensation, lethargy, headaches, restlessness, changes in mood, and insomnia are common signs and symptoms of sleep apnea. 


Answered by: Aashi Dahiya on 05/09/2019

Q: What are the risk factors of asthma?

A:

Allergies, family history, respiratory infections, pollution, smoking, and obesity are the risk factors of asthma. 


Answered by: Aashi Dahiya on 05/09/2019

Q: How to manage asthma flare-ups?

A:

Asthma flare-ups can be managed if one carries their inhaler at all times, move away from triggers, and taking medicines.


Answered by: Aashi Dahiya on 05/09/2019

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