Constipation- Mother of all Ailments.

Stools should be loosely formed, rather than hard. Constipation is characterized by hard fecal matter. With no definitive cause, constipation can even occur if people suppress the urge to defecate. It is generally a condition where a person is unable to pass out fecal material with ease. It has multiple causes ranging from poor diet and hydration to an unhealthy lifestyle. This may occur due to abnormal peristalsis and dysbiosis. Stress also exerts an effect on Gut which may either leads to diarrhea or constipation.


This diseases has been branded as the mother of all diseases. Do you why?
Have you ever heard a constipated person complaining about bloating and flatulence? Yes, you must have! Hard fecal matter slows down the movement of roughage in the intestine giving more time for exposure to toxins and putrefaction. Moreover, people suffering from it constantly complain of having a big belly.
While taking histories from the patients suffering from colorectal cancer and diverticulosis, GPs observed a trend that most of the patients with these diseases suffer from chronic constipation. Chronic constipation can be fatal as it can lead to hemorrhoids and bleeding piles if required immediate medical attention.


So, the initial step to solving the problem of constipation is to bring modifications to your diet and lifestyle. Ahmeys Clinic has top certified gastroenterologists, physicians, and Diet experts. The experts will get your history to find out the root cause of constipation and will prescribe the solution and individualized treatment accordingly.

  • Highly qualified surgeons are available at Ahmey’s Clinic to perform surgeries for piles and hemorrhoids.
  • The clinic offers the services of colonic therapy to relieve constipation
  • You can consult our psychologists for your stress related gastrointestinal diseases.
  • Dietary and lifestyle modification and guidance for the patients.
  • Personalized approach to treat Diverticulosis and colo-rectal cancer.

Cracking The Conundrum Of IBS

Being a broad term, IBS or Irritable bowel syndrome does not provide a clear picture of the disorder. The syndrome is a portrayal of contradictory symptoms including abdominal pain, anxiety, nausea, depression, bloating and flatulence, diarrhea, or constipation. Since, there are no definite symptoms and causes of IBS, it is generally diagnosed by abnormal bowel control and movement. Normally, Our autonomic nervous system controls our bowel movement that gets slightly disturbed in IBS.

Abnormality in gut motility leads to the accumulation of food, waste, and toxins inside the gut leading to gastrointestinal symptoms. It is better to check yourself checked by your GP as the symptoms might be similar to any serious illness like Crohn’s disease or ulcerative Colitis. Diet and lifestyles are the main cause of IBS as depicted in researches. There is no specific test for the diagnosis of IBS but a complete history of the patient’s lifestyle and dietary habits is what gives the idea to the GP about the bowel disease.


Following the general dietary guidelines can help the patient suffering from IBS minimize the symptoms and discomfort.

  • Trace the food that triggers the IBS symptoms
  • Avoid allergy-causing foods. For instance, it can be pulsed in one’s case or wheat in others.
  • Avoid using processed and refined food.
  • Eat fruits and vegetables that do not cause bloating and flatulence.

According to the researchers, there is an obvious link between stress and IBS. Lancet stated that stress was a prompting factor in the development of IBS.


The clinic has hired experts available round the clock to ensure that no patient suffers at home. If you feel the above-mentioned symptoms, contact us for an immediate appointment and prescription. Our experts will conduct a session with you to obtain your history and provide you with personalized treatment options. Our dietitians at service will guide you regarding the lifestyle and dietary modification needed.

Seek immediate help from Ahmey’s clinic if you see the following signs

  • Sudden and unintentional weight loss
  • Severe gastrointestinal symptoms
  • Dehydration
  • Palpitation or Exacerbation

Acne Vulgaris: A Predator of Oily Skin.

Since, the people are becoming beauty conscious, everyone wants to look beautiful and desires a flawless skin. Sometimes, your skin falls prey to a common skin disease called Acne. Unfortunately, large number of world population is affected by Acne, a skin ailment categorized by clogged pores and pimples. The disease is not only restricted to the face but affects your upper and shoulders as well. Symptoms include whiteheads, blackheads, cysts, and blemishes at the affected areas.

We all know that every individual is born with different skin type, oily, dry or combination of both. Acne mostly affects the oily skin as it is an excellent medium for the bacteria to grow.  The oil clogs the pores and bacteria residing in the clogged pores prompting an immune system that result in the formation of pimples containing pus.

The common misconception among the people is that it mainly affects the teenagers. People of all age group suffer from this skin condition but the prevalence is high among teenagers. One of the major culprits for acne outbreak is Hormonal disturbance. When the hormones are disturbed, they increase the secretion of Oil thereby blocking hair follicles to form painful zits which sometimes becomes inflammed due to the presence of bacteria.

Long Ago, Acne was treated with natural home remedies. THe home remedies are still favored but now different minimal invasive techniques have been developed and are available in the market at affordable prices. These minimally invasive techniques give quicker result and are highly effective.

Lastly, Ahmey Clinic is a beauty and skin specialty clinic offering various treatments for Acne as well. The team comprises of the highly qualified dermatologists, endocrinologists and physicians who are always available at your service. You can consult the skin experts online via our page.Our experts prescibe the individualized treatments.



A Food Guide to healthy Pregnancy

Fertilization marks the initiation of pregnancy, a period of 9 months when a mother carries a baby inside her womb till the baby is fully developed and ready to be delivered to face the challenges of the world.The gestational period is a critical phase when your body and your baby needs complete nourishment.Nutrition during pregnancy is not only vital for the mother but also the developing baby.During the three trimester, The body is undergoing different physiological changes which requires a proper nutritional care to cope up. Your body may suffer mild Edema, low blood pressure or abnormal levels of nutrients in your blood.

Working as a nutritionist in a hospital, I have received many pregnant women with the complaint of PICA.

You might have heard pregnant women craving for Sand and Cement, this is called PICA. PICA is an umbrella term used for such cravings which includes Geo-phagia (eating sand or cement), Pago-phagia (consumption of ice), and amylo-phagia (starch). This normally occurs when a body is incredibly low on calcium and Iron.

Moreover, there is a need to create awareness regarding the importance of folic acid in Pregnancy. Seeing mothers delivering a baby with birth defects breaks my heart. One of the commonest birth defect observed is Neural Tube Defect.Folic acid, a micronutrient required for cell division, DNA synthesis, and neural tube formation.The deficiency of Folic acid or folate can lead to life-threatening and lifetime defects such as spina bifida and Anencephaly, genetic defects in which the neural tube fails to close properly and develop into the mature brain and spinal cord eventually.


The food guide below will lead you to the path of healthy and comfortable pregnancy.

  • Adopt the principle of “ variety, balance, and moderation”

It is recommended to eat all food items from all the food groups. There are majorly 5-6 food groups including milk, vegetables, fruits, fats, bread and cereals, and meat. Bread and cereals are a good source of Carbohydrates and fibers. Carbohydrates are the main source of energy while the fibers will help you relieve gestational constipation and reduces the risk of Hemorrhoids.

Protein from the meat will help in the tissue development of the fetus and mother, as the healthy mother would give birth to a healthy baby. 20% of your energy should be from protein-rich foods.

  • Proper Intake of calories is necessary.

Have you ever heard people telling a pregnant mother, “You now have to eat for two bodies”?

Yes! This statement has some real science in it.

The period of gestation is about 38-42 weeks (9 months). Your body doesn’t need extra calories other than your daily required calories in the first trimester but the energy requirement increases with time.

0-3rd Month1st trimesterNo extra calories required
4th -6th Month2nd trimester360 additional calories
7th -9th month3rd trimester410 additional calories

For instance, your daily caloric requirement is 1500 calories and it’s your 2nd trimester so you would have to take 1500+450 calories.

  • Proper intake of Vitamins and minerals

Since the body is undergoing different physiological changes during pregnancy, the deficiency of certain vitamins and minerals occurs. Iron deficiency is one of the most prevalent complaints of pregnant mothers. The vitamins and minerals are not only beneficial for mothers but adequate intake is necessary for fetal growth and development as well. The deficiency of certain micronutrients can cause serious complications.

  • Control Blood Pressure and Blood Glucose level.

 Most of the time, the pregnant mother faces the issue of increased blood pressure and blood glucose level (Gestational hypertension and gestational diabetes.)

Eating a balanced diet with a low glycemic index and glycemic load and consume salt according to the daily requirement which should not exceed more than 2300mg can save you from the risk of Gestational diseases. These gestational diseases are temporary but if not properly monitored can lead to lifetime chronic diseases.

Services Offered at Ahmey Clinic

Ahmey Clinic has hired Nutrition experts and we are always open to any concerns you may have. Our dietitians and nutritionists are here to discuss nutritional necessities and deficiencies and can make sure any necessary tests or referrals are actioned.

  • Customized diet plans are available
  • Consultations regarding your nutritional status
  • Dietitians and nutrition available with extensive experience.

Immunity- The Guardian of your Body.

Immunity is largely defined as your body’s defense system. It is a mechanism of the human body to fight against foreign particles or invaders entering your body. Foreign particles may include the microbes that are tiny infectious living organisms like Viruses, bacteria, etc. or they may be the organs or tissues of the donor after transplantation.Moreover, your immunity is not always inherited but also acquired during different phases of your life.

Currently, the world is facing a global pandemic of Covid and people all over the world are searching for ways to strengthen their immune systems and fight against this deadly virus. The doctors have finally been able to create vaccination for Covid Virus after series of trials and researches. It was diificult since the virus has the capability to modify itself.

Your Immunity depends upon your nutritional status and healthy lifestyle as well. Eating balanced diet with foods that are immunity boosters is slower modus operandi while vaccination is quickest possible method to develop instant immunity. Consequently, shortcuts are what people always prefer.

Mode of action for vaccination involves the introduction of non-virulent antigen into the body to stimulate the production of antibodies. Additionally, antibodies are always inoculated which directly defends the body against infectious entity.

What Ahmey Clinic offer?

Ahmey Clinic is a benchmark of premium quality services that aims to provide the latest and remarkable health facilities to its patients with affordable range.

Ahmey Clinic offers a wide range of vaccinations, as mentioned below.

  • Anti-tetanus vaccine
  • Child Vaccination Program
  • Hepatitis Vaccination
  • Flu vaccination
  • Immuno-suppressants