Dr. Gaurav Chhaya

Dr. Gaurav Chhaya
Diabetologist, Ahmedabad

MBBS, MD, DIP In Diabetology

Dr. Gaurav Chhaya is a consultant Diabetologist associated with Shivam Medic Care Clinic, Ahmedabad.
  • Languages :English, Gujarati, Hindi


General Physician, Shivam Medi Care Clinic, Ahmedabad April, 2003 -  Present


  • Diabetology

  • General Medicine



MD (Medicine), 1999, Gujarat University

MBBS, 1998, Guru Govindsing Hospital, Jamnagar

MD (Internal Medicine), 2002, Guru Govindsing Hospital, Jamnagar

Practice Information

Shivam Medi Care Clinic, Ahmedabad

Shivam Medi Care Clinic, Ahmedabad

Ul-2, Vrajbhoomi Complex, Opp Riddhi Tower, Near Rosewood Tower, Jodhpur Gam, Ahmedabad, Gujarat - 380015

Patient Experience

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Achievements & Contributions

  • Indian Red Cross society
  • Indian Medical Association
  • Ahmedabad Medical Association
  • Gujarat Medical Association
  • Ahmedabad Physician Association


  • Cough and cold are common in winter and should not be ignored.
  • Throat pain without cough is usually bacterial in origin and needs medical attention.
  • Soar throat with cough is viral in origin and requires no antibiotics.
  • A red-angry looking throat is a dangerous sign and needs urgent medical attention.
  • Do not give aspirin for fever.
  • Warm saline gargles can be effective in soar throat.
  • Cough not responding to treatment can be due to acidity.
  • Cough can be the only sign of asthma.
  • One should not cough in handkerchief or in the fist or in hand.
  • One should always cough on the side sleeves of the shirt.
  • A person who is coughing should stay 3-6 feet away from other persons.
  • People who are coughing should not be allowed to go in crowded places.
  • Cough syrups, whether Ayurvedic, allopathic or homoeopathic, may be effective.
  • Cough lasting for more than two weeks should not ignored.
  • No vitamin or herbal products have been shown conclusively to reduce the incidence of common cold.
  • Saline nasal wash is good for common cold.
  • In the absence of secondary bacterial infection, no antibiotics are required in common cold.
Vitamin E prophylaxis does not help in prevention of common cold