Dr Yusuf Matcheswalla, psychiatrist with Masina hospital, paints an alarming scene. “With online shopping, Oniomania can hit more people, says. “It is easy to buy things online now. Affected persons can end up with huge credit card bills.”

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Two South Mumbai women seek medical help for excessive shopping