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Dr. Meera Rao

Gynaecologist, Bangalore

Dr. Meera Rao Gynaecologist, Bangalore
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Dr. Meera Rao is one of the best Gynaecologists in Kempegowda Nagar, Bangalore. She is currently associated with Meera's Clinic in Kempegowda Nagar, Bangalore. Book an appointment online with Dr. Meera Rao and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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My period mistake some times. I am worried about it. Any kind of information about it.

B.Sc(hons), Physics, B.H.M.S., PGDIT (software Engg)
Homeopath, Delhi
Medicine German reckeweg natrum mur 200, single dose (4-5 drops in mouth) morning. buy medicine from good homoeopathic shop. food mixed fruit juice daily evening. please continue treatment.
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DSTD,MBBS
Sexologist, Howrah
Age is no bar!
Do it e v e r y day.

Shadi ke 4 saal Baad agar humlog pregnancy Lena chahte hain tu koi problem hoga. Aur abdomen main fat Jama hone se pregnancy main koi problem nahi Hoti hai na?

International Academy of Classical Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath,
Following problems during pregnancy: Pregnancy loss—Obese women have an increased risk of pregnancy loss (miscarriage) compared with women of normal weight. Birth defects—Babies born to obese women have an increased risk of having birth defects, such as heart defects and neural tube defects. Problems with diagnostic tests—Having too much body fat can make it difficult to see certain problems with the baby’s anatomy on an ultrasound exam. Checking the baby’s heart rate during labor also may be more difficult if you are obese. Macrosomia—In this condition, the baby is larger than normal. This can increase the risk of the baby being injured during birth. For example, the baby’s shoulder can become stuck during delivery. Macrosomia also increases the risk of cesarean delivery. Infants born with too much body fat have a greater chance of being obese later in life. Preterm birth.
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M 20 n suffering from pcod. My height is 5'5" and weight 75 kg. Can I use homeopathy medicine calcarea carb, natrum mur, pulsatilla and sepia for weight loss? Pls suggest the doses.

DHMS (Hons.)
Homeopath, Patna
Hi, you r obeased by 25 kg, approx. Obesity may cause. Pcod. You may go for homoeopathic treatment, for pcod. Successfully. It requires collections of totality of symptoms to proceed for treatment, homoeopathically. The dimensions of cysts and it's site wether it is in uterus or in ovary. However you r required to go for a brisk walk in d morning. Go for gardening, cycling, take, plenty of water to eliminate toxins homoeo medicine to start with: @ cal carea carbb30-6 pills, thrice a day. Take care.
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I am 35 year lady I have delivered my baby on dec. 2014 but I have no periods now what would I do to start my regular periods.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Greater Noida
Dear first of all check pregnancy by using preg. Color. Looks like hormonal disbalance. You may seek consultation in person/private.
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I am asked to take a tonic named" Win Shoka" and a tablet of" Iron and Folic Acid" to make my periods regular as I am suffering from PCOS. Please tell will this be effective?

BUMS
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Its your hormone which r responsible for your rupture of ovum from ovary. Offcorse your general health may affect your ovulation.
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I have lot of pain during periods what medicine should I use and is there any side effects of medicine during that tym I take half tablet of combiflam and having some problem in periods Give me right direction so Thankful to you Please help me.

BHMS
Homeopath, Faridabad
Hello, take BC No. 15, 5 tabs thrice daily and Mag phos Pentarken , 2 tabs twice daily. Take Sundari sakhi Syrup, 2 tsp twice daily. There is not any side effects of these medicines. Revert me after 1 month.
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I'm normally mensuration female. My problem is that my 2 sisters are infertile and my brother was also infertile. Can I also be infertile. I'm getting married after a couple of months. Do I need to do any tests before marriage. Please help me and guide me. I'm 31 years.

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
IVF Specialist, Delhi
You don't need to worry about fertility at this stage. Just stay relaxed and enjoy your wedded life. Try naturally for at least one year and in all probability you will conceive. In case you don't conceive after one year of regular unprotected intercourse, then you both should seek an expert advice. Till then, don't worry and stay positive. All the best.
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My period time is 28 jan then mai 1-2 days mai blood test k threw kya pata kar sakti hu ki I am pregent or not.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
Hello, You may get a serum beta hcg test earliest after 7 days post intercourse to rule out pregnancy.
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I had asked about my girlfriend, who didn't get period, the reason I expressed was that we had sex by adopting pull out method and traveling stress that she had to bare, for that you told me go for pregnancy test kit. After doing pregnancy test through that kit, we got negative result, it indicated single strip, but still she has not got periods, today early morning we did the test, it has been 42 day since her last period, what should we do now, should we consult doctor or wait.

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
Although it seems like problematic but no pregnancy for sure if she is having regular periods cycle-----------just wait for 3 more days and then consult a gynae for a thorough physical chk up-----------
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Hi, I am 24 years old and I got married. When my husband asks for sex I don't want to do that and if he touches me I don't get any feeling towards him. Is this is a major problem? What is the reason behind it?

BHMS
Homeopath, Raebareli
Please check your thyroid profile take a glass of milk and banana daily in morning. If there is any depression/stress/anxiety that needs to be sorted-out. Take five phos 4 tabs twice daily for next 2 weeks continue treatment.
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Hi, I'm 28 years old. Post pregnancy I increased my weight tremendously. I want to loose 10 kgs suffering with tsh and PCOD, How can I do this?

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist,
U need to take a balanced diet eat more vegetables and fruits eat dry fruits in limit quantity drink plenty of water early morning u drink 1 glass of water with 1 tsp honey with lemon juice

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician,
Top newborn problems (and how to solve them)
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1. Breastfeeding challenges

Breastfeeding is natural, but it takes practice – and it doesn't always go smoothly in the beginning. Two-thirds of the moms we surveyed breastfed their baby, and most said nursing was at least somewhat difficult at first.

Problem: You're not sure your baby is getting enough to eat (42 percent of moms share this concern).

What you can do:

Find out how to tell whether your baby is getting enough breast milk.

Problem: Like 41 percent of moms, you're struggling to get your newborn to latch on.

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Get tips for improving your baby's latch.

Problem: You're having a hard time getting comfortable while nursing.

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Find out how to get comfy and create a personalized nursing area at home.

More solutions for your breastfeeding challenges:

Read our guide to getting started breastfeeding.
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2. Formula feeding challenges

Formula feeding brings its own unique challenges. Here's what moms in our survey struggled with the most.

Problem: You're not sure which kind of formula to buy.

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Find out how to choose the best formula.

Problem: You suspect your baby is allergic to formula.

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Learn the signs of a formula allergy.

Problem: Formula can get expensive.

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Get tips for saving money on formula.

Problem: Like 42 percent of moms we surveyed, you feel guilty about feeding formula to your baby.

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See how other moms deal with guilt.

3. Other feeding challenges

Whether you're breastfeeding or bottle feeding your baby, you may encounter some of these dilemmas.

Problem: Your baby spits up a lot (41 percent of moms we surveyed had this feeding problem).

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Discover why babies spit up.

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Problem: Your baby suffers from reflux.

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Learn what causes reflux and how it's diagnosed and treated.

Problem: Your baby isn't gaining weight.

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Check out our Growth Chart Calculator to see whether your child's weight is on track.

Find out more about failure to gain weight.

Problem: Keeping bottles and nipples clean is a hassle (49 percent of moms said this is their number one struggle with bottle feeding).

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Find out how to keep bottles clean.

Know the signs of when a bottle or nipple should be tossed.

Problem: Your baby refuses to take a bottle.

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Find out how to introduce your breastfed baby to the bottle.

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Problem: Preparing bottles for nightime feedings can be a challenge.

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Find out when babies are old enough to give up nighttime feedings.

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4. Sleep challenges

Getting your baby to go to sleep – and stay asleep – can be a big challenge for new parents.

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Get the scoop on napping.

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5. Crying challenges

We all know that babies cry. But when you're a sleep-deprived new mom, your baby's tears can be especially hard to handle.

Problem: 27 percent of moms struggled more with crying than with anything else.

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See why babies cry and how to soothe them.

Find out what to do if your baby won't accept comfort.

Use our Cry Decoder to find out what's behind your baby's tears.

6. Challenges for you

Newborns present plenty of challenges. Half of the moms we surveyed said having a newborn is harder than they expected.

Problem: You're exhausted (71 percent of moms said lack of sleep is the hardest part of having a newborn).

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Learn eight ways to get more sleep.

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Find out how to cope with sleep deprivation.

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Problem: You don't have any time for yourself or to get things done (64 percent of moms said this is a problem for them).

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Find ways to take care of yourself during the newborn months.

Get tips on getting ready fast.

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Problem: Having a newborn is straining your relationship with your partner.

What you can do:

Learn nine ways to make time for your mate after the baby arrives.

See how other parents feel about their relationship after baby.

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I had sex with my gf on 15 Feb and her period delayed by 3 days. Her last date is 9 feb. Is there any chance to get pregnant? She is 25 year old. I had a safe sex but I think that condom was break not sure but there is a chance. What should I do now? She is also taking some kind of weight loss Ayurvedic tablets.

BASM, MD, MS (Counseling & Psychotherapy), MSc - Psychology, Certificate in Clinical psychology of children and Young People, Certificate in Psychological First Aid, Certificate in Positive Psychology
Psychologist, Palakkad
Dear user. TO CAUSE PREGNANCY on a woman, sperm should be ejaculated inside the vagina or fresh sperm should be inseminated inside the vagina with some means during the fertility period of the woman. There are many determinants of pregnancy. You should be sexually matured. Your partner should be sexually matured. The period of your partner should be in the fertile stage. Her egg and your sperm cells should healthy enough. Then her uterus should be capable to get conceived. If all these were satisfied, the pregnancy could be a result. In the given case, there are less chances of pregnancy. Take care.
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Hi madam, my wife is 28 weeks pregnant, she had high blood pressure due to that we admitted in boring hospital , doctors are saying due to high bp a sufficient blood is not passing to the baby, they are saying baby is weak due to less amount of blood , we have to deliver the baby now only or else it will be problem for both mother and baby, even though if we deliver we can't save baby , I don't know what to do, pls suggest me I want to save both baby and the mother pls reply me soon pls pls.

MBBS, PG Diploma In Clinical Cosmetology (PGDCC)
Cardiologist, Purba
If severe high bp it is dangerous for mother and baby the doctors do the best to save and if proper facilities not avilable locally take her to a good hospital with better facility with neonatal care where the premature baby can be taken care of.
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M in physical relation with 2 girls in a gap of 2 months each. Non of them are suffering from hiv or std. They sex only with me. Is there any chance of hiv or std?

MBBS, MD (AIIMS, Gold Medalist), Diploma in CBT (Glasgow)
Psychiatrist, Delhi
If the facts stated by you are correct, there is no chance of either HIV or STD. But to be sure, get a urine routine done now and HIV test done 6 weeks later. In future, use condoms and preferably avoid multiple sexual partners. Take care!
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5 Signs You Might Acquire an Illness Anytime Soon

PGDMCH, MBA( CHA) , MBBS
General Physician, Gurgaon
5 Signs You Might Acquire an Illness Anytime Soon

The trouble with recovering from most illnesses is that we begin to treat the illness too late. Although you cannot expect your body to announce the arrival of a virus, recognizing the signs of falling sick can help treat it earlier. For example, if you can't stop sneezing and can feel the onset of the flu, getting some extra sleep may make you feel better. Here are a few signs that can predict an illness

  1. Reduced appetite - A slight decrease in appetite during the summer is normal but if the sight of food makes you nauseous or you stop enjoying your food, it may be a sign of an oncoming illness. These illnesses could range from a simple cold to gastroenteritis or strep throat. A diminishing diet can be a result of the production of cytokines by the body as part of its inflammatory response to infections. Lesser food takes lesser time to digest thereby using lesser calories and diverting energy towards fighting the infection.
  2. Swollen neck glands - Feel your neck glands, just below the jawbone to check for infections. Swollen neck glands are the body's way of letting you know that you may be falling ill. These are usually a sign of ear infections, cold, dental problems or skin infections. Neck glands are storehouses for white blood cells. When these are activated into fighting infections, the collection of dead cells, bacteria etc result in swollen neck glands.
  3. Fatigue - There's a difference between being tired at the end of a long day and being exhausted throughout the day. The latter is a way your body is telling you to slow down and conserve energy to fight an oncoming illness.
  4. Muscle aches - Aching muscles can also be a sign of the oncoming flu. One of the main reasons for this is the body's production of antibodies that release histamines and cytokines in the bloodstream. When these travel to various muscles, they can trigger pain receptors leading to body aches.
  5. Low fever - The ideal body temperature is 98.7 degrees. If you have a higher temperature that persists for a few days, you may be coming down with an infection. Fever is your body's way of fighting infection by raising its internal temperature. A low fever is a sign of colds, allergies, and even stomach infections.

There is a fine line between being a hypochondriac and recognizing signs of falling sick. To differentiate between the two, pay attention to the type, duration, and intensity of symptoms. If you feel like you're on the verge of falling sick, rest your body and take some multivitamins. If you experience a sudden or severe change in symptoms, consult a doctor immediately.

Related Tip: 4 Ways to Never Fall Sick at Season Change

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Is it safe for a 5 months pregnant women to watch horror movies. Will it affect the child's growth?

MD-Ayurveda, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Sexologist, Haldwani
Hello- ayurveda advises not to do any thing that might affect your mental health during pregnancy. It can affect the growth and the shape of child in the uterus. That is the reason why indian people organize religious fests or advises holy book reading during pregnancy.
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Today morning, during the sex my condom burst, we came to know after completion. As she don't wanna pregnancy, we are going to buy unwanted 72. Kindly suggest is there any other best and trusted solution. Also what precaution we should take before and after taking the pill.

MBBS, MD
Gynaecologist,
Unwanted-72 or i-pill are emergency contraceptive pills. The chances of failure to avoid pregnancy in a unwanted-72 pill / i-pill are about 13%. To be effective, the pill has to be taken preferably within 12 hours of the unprotected intercourse. But it must be taken within 72 hours, although if the pill is consumed later than 12 hours the failure rate in avoiding pregnancy is more. It should not be used regularly. Some minor side effects of this medicine are headache, dizziness, nausea and vomiting; sometimes changes in menstrual pattern are observed; these are temporary, unless one uses unwanted-72 quite often. If one has other existing disease of gut or liver or breast or heart, doctor? s consultation is necessary before taking this medicine. Lastly, if regular contraception is the aim, then other pills may be considered; the chances of failure of a regular contraceptive pill to avoid pregnancy are merely 0.001%. That of a copper-t is 1 to 2%. With condoms it is 3 to 6%. For these, consultation is advisable.
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