Dr. M Rangaiah - Pediatrics in Hyderabad

Dr. M Rangaiah

MBBS, Diploma in Child Health (DCH)

  • Hyderabad, Telangana

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Clinic Locations

NEO BBC New Born & Children's Hospital

S.K. Mall, Opp. Durga Bhai Deshmukh Hospital, O.U. Road, Vidyanagar, Landmark: Above Bata Showroom. , Hyderabad , Telangana , India


  • Childhood Infections
  • Chickenpox Treatment
  • Measles Treatment
  • Viral Fever Treatment
  • New Born Care
  • Paediatric Critical Care
  • Vaccination/ Immunization
  • Neonatal Nursing


  • Pediatrician


  • Osmania Medical College, Hyderabad - 1973 Graduated
  • Osmania Medical College, Hyderabad - 1975 Graduated
    Diploma in Child Health (DCH)

Work & Experience

  • NEO BBC Children's Hospital


Why Do Need Calcium During Pregnancy?

When parents get to know of a conformed pregnancy, it is indeed great news for them and their families, because this assures the birth of a little one and brings home a little bundle of joy. In fact, pregnancy is such a phase for new and would-be parents, when it is very important for parents, particularly for new mothers to get all the essential nutritional components required during the time of pregnancy, that too in proper quantities. When a woman is pregnant, it is quite essential for her to seek medical and prenatal health guidance from an experienced healthcare professional.

Why Is My Breast Milk Leaking and How to Deal With It?

Breast milk leaking from your breasts at any time from the first days of pregnancy until months after delivery is common in breastfeeding mothers. It is not a sign that you need more milk or are making too much milk. Learn the possible reasons for breast milk leaking and tips to control it. Leaking breast milk happens to most women while they are breastfeeding, but it is a normal part of breastfeeding that tends to stop quickly.

Why Do Women Get Migraines So Much?

How are hormones related to headaches? There are some true health benefits to being a woman, but not when it comes to headaches, especially migraines. Fortunately, aid is available. People get headaches for a variety of reasons, including age and family history. But women frequently observe a connection between headaches and hormonal fluctuations. The hormones progesterone (pro-jes-tuh-rohn) and oestrogen (es-truh-jen), which are important for controlling the menstrual cycle and pregnancy, can also have an impact on the chemicals in the brain that are associated to headaches.

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