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S K Hospital

Gynaecologist Clinic

Pharma 3, 1st Cross, Nanabharathi Main Road, Nagarabhavi, Landmark: Near Nagarbhavi Circle Bangalore
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S K Hospital is known for housing experienced Gynaecologists. Dr. Manorama, a well-reputed Gynaecologist, practices in Bangalore. Visit this medical health centre for Gynaecologists recommended by 80 patients.

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Treatment of Ectopic Pregnancy!

MD - Acupuncture, Diploma In Accupuncture, Advanced Diploma In Accupuncture
Acupuncturist, Delhi
Treatment of Ectopic Pregnancy!

Treatment of Ectopic Pregnancy

Homeopathic Treatment of Ectopic Pregnancy
Acupuncture & Acupressure Treatment of Ectopic Pregnancy
Psychotherapy Treatment of Ectopic Pregnancy
Conventional / Allopathic Treatment of Ectopic Pregnancy
Surgical Treatment of Ectopic Pregnancy
Dietary & Herbal Treatment of Ectopic Pregnancy
Other Treatment of Ectopic Pregnancy
What is Ectopic Pregnancy
Symptoms of Ectopic Pregnancy
Causes of Ectopic Pregnancy
Risk factors of Ectopic Pregnancy
Complications of Ectopic Pregnancy
Lab Investigations and Diagnosis of Ectopic Pregnancy
Precautions & Prevention of Ectopic Pregnancy
Treatment of Ectopic Pregnancy   

Homeopathic Treatment of Ectopic Pregnancy

Homeopathy can help in eliminating chances of ectopic pregnancy. It promotes implantation of ovum at normal place. It treats the person as a whole. Treatment is constitutional. It means that homeopathic treatment focuses on the patient as a person, as well as his pathological condition. It balances the energy system, improves immunity and body functions. It naturally cures the root cause of disorder. Some of the homeopathic medicines for treatment of ectopic pregnancy are:

Calc
Cimic
Sabina
Sulph
Caulo
Kali C

Acupuncture and Acupressure Treatment of Ectopic Pregnancy

Acupuncture promotes energy flow and promotes normal and healthy pregnancy. Acupuncture has good reputation in promoting healthy reproductive body functions.

Psychotherapy and Hypnotherapy Treatment of Ectopic Pregnancy

Psychotherapy and hypnotherapy can help in stress relief. They can help in better coping and early relief. Hypnotherapy can work on deep psychological issues that may play a key role in correcting deranged function.

Conventional / Allopathic Treatment of Ectopic Pregnancy

In the allopathic treatment of ectopic pregnancy, an injection of the drug methotrexate is sometimes used to stop cell growth and dissolve existing cells.

Surgical Treatment of Ectopic Pregnancy

The surgical treatment for ectopic pregnancy is laparoscopic surgery. In this procedure, a small incision is made in the abdomen, near or in the navel. Then your doctor uses a thin tube equipped with a camera lens and light (laparoscope) to view the area. Other instruments can be inserted into the tube or through other small incisions to remove the ectopic tissue and repair the fallopian tube. If the fallopian tube is significantly damaged, it might need to be removed.

What is Ectopic Pregnancy

An ectopic pregnancy typically occurs in one of the tubes that carry eggs from the ovaries to the uterus (fallopian tubes). With an ectopic pregnancy, the fertilized egg implants somewhere outside the uterus. In some cases, however, an ectopic pregnancy occurs in the abdominal cavity, ovary or neck of the uterus (cervix).

Symptoms of Ectopic Pregnancy

Missed period
Breast tenderness
Nausea
Light vaginal bleeding
Abdominal or pelvic pain

Causes of Ectopic Pregnancy

Abnormal fetal development
Fallopian tube is inflamed, damaged or misshapen

Risk factors of Ectopic Pregnancy

Inflammation or infection
Fertility issues
Surgery to reconstruct the fallopian tube
Previous ectopic pregnancy

Complications of Ectopic Pregnancy

A ruptured fallopian tube could lead to life-threatening bleeding. 

Diagnosis of Ectopic Pregnancy

Diagnosis of Ectopic Pregnancy includes the following tests:

Pelvic exam
Physical exam
Blood tests
Ultrasound

Precautions & Prevention of Ectopic Pregnancy

You can decrease certain risk factors by taking following precautions:

Limit your number of sexual partners
Use a condom when you have sex to help prevent sexually transmitted infections

I'm 18 weeks pregnant and my ob prescribed me duvadilan 10 mg 2xa day. Is it safe even I'm still working and standing 8 hrs a day? Thank you.

Mbbs, MS(obstetrics and gynecology), Fellowship in laproscopic gynecological surgery
Gynaecologist, Delhi
I'm 18 weeks pregnant and my ob prescribed me duvadilan 10 mg 2xa day. Is it safe even I'm still working and standing...
Because of your prolonged working and standing your doctor prescribed it to prevent premature labour. I advise you to take rest in between. This tablet leads to headache and decrease in blood pressure. So drink lots of fluids.
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7 Common Problems That You May Face During Pregnancy!

MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Jaipur
7 Common Problems That You May Face During Pregnancy!

Pregnancy can put quite a strain on your body. As your body changes to accommodate the growing baby, you may find yourself suffering from a few common discomforts associated with the various stages of pregnancy. Most of these are nothing to worry about. Here are a few of the most common problems faced by pregnant women.

  1. Backaches: As the body’s ligaments stretch and become softer to prepare for labour, you may feel a strain on your lower back and pelvis. This can cause a chronic backache. The growing weight of the fetus within your body can also add to this discomfort.
  2. Morning sicknessDespite its name, morning sickness can affect you at any time of the day. Most women begin to experience nausea and an urge to vomit from the 4th or 6th week of pregnancy, but this usually resolves itself by the 16th or 20th week of pregnancy. Some women may even feel sick for the entire day.
  3. Bleeding gumsPregnancy hormones can make your gums more vulnerable to the build-up of plaque. This can lead to inflammation and bleeding gums. This condition may also be known as pregnancy gingivitis.
  4. Cramps: Many pregnant women complain of cramps in their calves and feet. This usually is more common at night, but the cause behind it is not clear.
  5. Urinary incontinenceUrinary incontinence is a problem experienced by many women during and after pregnancy. They often find themselves involuntarily urinating while coughing, laughing or sneezing. In most cases, this is a temporary problem caused by the relaxation of pelvic floor muscles (to prepare for delivery) and should resolve itself after delivery. Women may also find themselves feeling the urge to urinate frequently. This may be because of the pressure being placed on your bladder by the uterus.
  6. Skin and hair changes: Pregnancy hormones can make birthmarks, moles and freckles darken. Your nipples may also turn darker. In addition to this, you may notice the bumps around the nipples become more prominent. Pregnant women may also find their skin more prone to sunburns. You may also notice an increased rate of hair growth.
  7. Feeling hotter than normal: The hormonal changes occurring during pregnancy can make you feel warmer than normal because of increased blood supply to the skin. You may also find yourself sweating more than usual. In addition, you may also feel faint because of decreased blood supply to the brain.
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Postpartum Menstrual Pain - Know The Most Common Causes Of It!

Master of Clinical Embryology, DNB - Obstetrics & Gynecology, Diplomat of Indian Board Gynaecology & Obstetrics
Gynaecologist, Nashik
Postpartum Menstrual Pain - Know The Most Common Causes Of It!

Having a child is one of the best things that can happen to a woman. While giving birth to a child is a very happy scenario, something called ‘postpartum menstrual pain’ can act as a damper. Postpartum menstrual pain occurs during the first period post-delivery. To understand it in a better way, here is a detailed overview that should help you out:

Period after childbirth
Periods usually return after 7-8 weeks of the delivery, provided there is no breast feeding. If you breast feed, then the timing of the period can vary. In some cases, a woman misses out on her periods for the entire duration of breast feeding; whereas in others, the period returns irrespective of whether she is breast feeding or not.

Once the periods start post-delivery, tampons are recommended against. Women who are breastfeeding don’t usually have their periods due to hormonal changes in the body. Hormones that induce periods are suppressed by the hormones which are responsible for the production of breast milk. The entire process of ovulation gets suppressed, thus leading to the absence of menstruation.

Difference in periods

Once your periods begin after the delivery, it will be different from the ones you have had before childbirth. As the body adjusts to the menstruation process post childbirth, one generally experiences the following symptoms:

  1. Stronger cramps
  2. Heavy menstrual flow
  3. Formation of small blood clots
  4. Pain during periods

Postpartum menstrual pain happens because of the following reasons:

  1. Pain in the vagina: The childbirth process may lead to swelling and stinging in the vagina. Painful periods will persist till the swelling subsides.
  2. Contractions of the uterus: Post childbirth uterus contractions are common as it comes back to its regular size; this may be a source of the pain.
  3. Breast feeding: Breast feeding can also trigger menstrual pain as it results in the release of ‘oxytocin’, which causes contractions in the uterus.

This problem of painful periods doesn't last longer.

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Me and my husband are planning to conceive within next three months. Last year I had a miscarriage. Now I want to know what are the things I have to take care before conceiving? And what should be my ideal weight. Present weight 74 kgs height 5'2" and age 30 years.

Diploma In Postpartum Depression, Formerly , House Job , Gynecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Me and my husband are planning to conceive within next three months. Last year I had a miscarriage. Now I want to kno...
Hi! Start having a balanced diet which means lots of greens, protein but less carbohydrates which means no maida based items. Start some exercise routine could be walk, yoga or gym. This will increase your metabolism. You are overweight slightly since your ideal weight should not be more than 60 kg. Lastly since you are planning on a pregnancy start a tablet folvite one tablet everyday after breakfast till you conceive.
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Hello doctor, I got married and 9 months completed. I went to my family doctor she said for me ovulation goes correct only. Then she gave me to folvic tablet to continue till I will conceive. But fr me periods coming correctly without fail or it comes early too. When I will get pregnant?

BAMS, DyP,CCYP, MS (Shalya)-inrl, Diploma in Hospital Administration, JR- MS(Ay)- Shalya
Ayurveda, Varanasi
Hello doctor, I got married and 9 months completed. I went to my family doctor she said for me ovulation goes correct...
Always regular in sexual contect between 12 to 16 th day of period that's is maximum chance of conceptional period.
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My wife 8 months pregnant. She is suffering from dry cough. 1 week so tell me which medicine safe for her. Thank u.

BAMS, MD - Ayurveda
Ayurveda, Nagpur
My wife 8 months pregnant. She is suffering from dry cough. 1 week so tell me which medicine safe for her.
Thank u.
Ask her to avoid cold eatables. Pls. Avoid dry & preserved food. Ask her to take cow ghee+suger 3 times a day. Marketed preparation "kantakari Ghrit" is also useful.
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I got my prolactin check which was 34 and then waited for period to come and den after 3-4 days checked it again it was 41 and I take so much stress and moreover have pcod and do I need to check it gain after one month so that one month I dnt take any medicine. M reAlly afraid of pituitary tumour as I am 19 and my insulin and thyroid levels are normal.

Diploma In Postpartum Depression, Formerly , House Job , Gynecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
I got my prolactin check which was 34 and then waited for period to come and den after 3-4 days checked it again it w...
Hi! Don't worry pituitary tumour has very high value of prolactin and 34-41 is not at all high. Just talk to your gynaecologist and start taking medication to bring down your prolactin. It is easily treated, also it will help in your pcod.
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Hi mam. I am in 9 weeks pregnant. I had an ultra sound last saturday there was no heartbeat and the Dr. told me the baby was smaller than it should be. I have an another ultrasound next week to see if there are any changes. But heartbeat was there when we had early pregnancy scan at 7 weeks. But now no heartbeat at 9 weeks. Kindly advise is there any possibility for heartbeat to be hear.

Diploma In Postpartum Depression, Formerly , House Job , Gynecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Hi mam. I am in 9 weeks pregnant. I had an ultra sound last saturday there was no heartbeat and the Dr. told me the b...
Hi! I don't think that the heart beat can appear again. But if it was present at 7 weeks, then why don't you repeat the ultrasound scan from another centre for a second opinion. Best wishes.
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