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Dr. Padmavathi

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Gynaecologist, Bangalore

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Dr. Padmavathi is one of the best Gynaecologists in Nagarbhavi, Bangalore. She has done MBBS . She is currently practising at Panacea Hospital - Nagarabhavi in Nagarbhavi, Bangalore. Book an appointment online with Dr. Padmavathi and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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9 Ways To Handle Acute Menstrual Cramps!

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics & Gynaecology, DNB - Obstetrics & Gynecology - Obstetrics & Gynecology
Gynaecologist, Ghaziabad
9 Ways To Handle Acute Menstrual Cramps!

Experiencing menstrual cramps for a few days every month is quite common for every woman. These cramps are commonly accompanied with pain. Menstrual cramps are referred to as dysmenorrhea. This is not a very serious health condition, but still the cramps can cause you pain and distress. You can manage the pain caused by menstrual cramps by making some simple changes and starting some practices. They are as follows:

  1. Dietary Changes: You have to make several dietary modifications to manage menstrual cramps. Reduce fat from your daily diet and consume more vegetables. A low-fat diet helps in reducing the levels of inflammation in your body. These changes will successfully help you to reduce the severity of menstrual cramps. You have to adopt a well-balanced diet.

  2. Medicines: Several painkillers which fall under the non-steroidal and anti-inflammatory groups are prescribed to relieve pain caused by the cramps. These medicines lower the production of prostaglandin that causes menstrual cramps. Inflammation and pain are relieved.

  3. Consume Green Tea: There are certain green teas, which relieve menstrual cramps. Herbal tea has been used since medieval ages for this purpose. Cramp bark is an effective tea used for this reason. Peppermint oil tea is also considered good.

  4. Fish Oil Supplements and Vitamin B1: Fish oil supplements and vitamin B1 help in naturally treating menstrual cramps. You will get quick and long-lasting relief by consuming these.

  5. Acupuncture: Acupuncture can be utilised to treat menstrual cramps. The nervous system gets relaxed, which increases the flow of blood to the internal body organs. Acupuncture assures effective pain relief.

  6. Massage Therapy: You can undergo massage therapy using certain essential oils. This provides great pain relief and is beneficial for menstrual cramps.

  7. Heating Pads: Heating pads provide efficient relief to menstrual cramps. Topically applied heat is also considered to be effective and pain relief is obtained in a short period of time.

  8. Boosting Endorphins: A boost in the endorphins improves your mood and gives relief from menstrual cramps. Endorphins are released when you work out or have an orgasm. Aerobic exercises and stretching techniques should be carried out regularly.

  9. Boosting Magnesium: Boosting the amount of magnesium in your diet helps in relieving pain from menstrual cramps. You can consume food items rich in magnesium or magnesium supplements.

Menstrual cramps usually do not require hospitalisation and you can self-treat it using simple remedies. 

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Got married in Apr 17. Had used ipill once in apr. In june got period 12 days early. Ie twice in a month. 1st came on 2nd jube and 2nd time on 24th june. I hav 28 day cycle. Bleeding lasted for 2.5 days only Had flue lik symptoms. Feeling bloated all the time since period is over. Not using any contraceptive.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, PhD(breast diseases)
Gynaecologist, Chandigarh
Got married in Apr 17. Had used ipill once in apr. In june got period 12 days early. Ie twice in a month. 1st came on...
Please don't make I Pill a habit. Ask your gynaecologist about contraceptive. For newlyweds oral pill or barrier methods are good.
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I am 38 years old and my wife is 33 years old but she is not interested with me intercourse month after months what I can I do, she is having a nine years old girl. But she is never insisted me for sex. Why?

MBBS
General Physician, Chandigarh
I am 38 years old and my wife is 33 years old but she is not interested with me intercourse month after months what I...
Talk to her find out why she is not interested there may be sime physiological or psychological reasons you can find a solution for that only if you know it if required take the help of a professional psychotherapist.
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Mai apni bat shi tarike se sbke samne nhi rakh pati hu. Mai kya kru jisse ye problem dur ho jay.

M. sc Psychology, BHMS
Homeopath, Hyderabad
Mai apni bat shi tarike se sbke samne nhi rakh pati hu. Mai kya kru jisse ye problem dur ho jay.
U might be suffering from anxiety, public phobia, inferiority compkex, low confidence status. To overcome all these, you need few sessions of councelling from psychologist.&they will try to exclude the origin/reason for your problem&will suggest few guide lines. You need to open up mentally very liberally to help them to find out the reason. Like your back ground, family environment, relations, attitude, way of thinking, any disappointments, shocks, low spirit abt what, fears, etc all.
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I had c sec 5 months back. I have lost all the pregnancy weight and back to my previous pregnancy weight but belly is still there almost 38 inches in size. How can I get it settled?

M.B.S.(HOMEO), MD - Homeopathy
Homeopath, Visakhapatnam
I had c sec 5 months back. I have lost all the pregnancy weight and back to my previous pregnancy weight but belly is...
After a cesarean section, it might feel impossible to get your body back into pre-baby shape. But take heart, a little dedication and patience goes a long way in getting your body back. While pregnancy itself takes a toll on your pelvic floor and abdominal muscles, c-sections cause even more stress to this area. Due to this, extra care and dedication is needed to rebuild and restore the belly. While it may take more work, it is not impossible to lose the post-c-section pooch. To Get Rid of a Belly Pouch From a C-Section: Drink plenty of water--Love to Know recommends at least 75 ounces of water per day for a 150-pound woman. Water is advantageous for c-section patients because it helps to reduce bloating by moving bloat-causing sodium through the body. Water also helps you to feel more full, which can reduce the tendency to overeat. If you had a c-section in the last six months, after your doctor's okay, begin with only one or two abdominal strengthening exercises before slowly building up to more. If it has been more than six months, begin abdominal strengthening at a beginner's level and progress slowly. Ensure you use proper form to help promote your healing and progress. Some women report that their abdomen feels differently afterwards, due to scar tissue and nerve damage. If this is you, it may take longer to find the ability to contract and utilize these areas of your abdomen. Do not do sit-ups, curl ups, or crunches until after your doctor has given you approval.
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I am a teenager. I don't get my periods regular. What's the cause and cure for this? Please advise.

BHMS
Homeopath, Bhiwadi
I am a teenager. I don't get my periods regular. What's the cause and cure for this? Please advise.
You can take homoeopathy medicine pulsatila 200 potency single dose in a week 15 min after your meal without water and rpt it evry week same way.
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Common Food Allergens!

BSc - Food Science & Nutrition, PGD in Sports Nutrition and Dietitics , Diabetes Educator
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
Common Food Allergens!

´┐╝Meet prominent food allergen’s

  • An allergy is defined as when a child’s immune system oversights the important protein present in the food and starts treating is as an entity; it soon starts producing antibodies in the blood as a process of defence.
  • The entire process triggers and initiates the production of a nitrogenous compound called ‘histamine.’ histamine production is usually associated with mild to severe itchy rashes, constant sneezing and in few cases associated with nausea and vomiting. In seldom cases, the child can complain of anaphylaxis (severe onset of allergic reaction).
  • Most of the symptoms take a few days to develop and subside in few days and any such abnormal allergic reactions should be immediately be sorted by a child specialist. In most cases, the child eventually grows out of most of the allergens by the age of 5 to 6 years. However, fewer can continue to perpetuate lifelong.
  • Below are the most common allergens listed which if not administered before 6 to 8 months of an infant’s life can give some serious troubles.

Wheat the common allergen, wheat protein gluten can be sensitive, especially for those under 6 months of age. Children can show persistent symptoms of being gluten intolerant by passing watery stools to developing irritability of skin accompanied by itching or developing rashes. Most of the symptoms associated with wheat allergy vanish off with the growing age. However, it should not be introduced into the baby’s diet before 6 months of age.

1. Milk - one of the most common allergens which affect nearly 2 per cent of the infant population. It is advisable to make sure that cow’s milk or any other variant should not be introduced before child’s first birthday, as baby’s tiny digestive system is still progressing to digest proteins and sugar from the milk. The best way to check the tolerance of baby’s milk consumption is to add 1 part of whole milk or cow’s milk with mother’s milk; one can gradually increase the quantity once assured that baby is able to take it all.

2. Eggs - the protein in egg (specifically egg white) is known to be the most common allergen, with the onset of the symptoms almost immediately. The best way to introduce eggs in the child’s daily nutritional intake is by cooking it vigorously till the white turns solid and also ensuring, it is separately given to the baby.

3. Fish - child can show sensitivity towards any form and type of fish by developing skin rashes being difficult to digest; there should be introduction of small portion of well-cooked salmon or cod in the diet. It can surely be introduced after 6 months of exclusive breast feeding.

4. Peanuts - peanut allergy is known and common allergen. In most cases, it is associated with severe skin rashes. It affects nearly 1 child in 50. In most cases, babies grow out of it by the age of 5 but, introducing raw peanuts in child’s diet should be prohibited.

The above mentioned are the most common food allergens noted and in most cases baby grow out of it, however, utmost care should be taken to introduce the above food list in conservative quantities to initialise successful weaning.

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Healthy Pregnancy Tip # 1

Lactation Consultant, Childbirth Educator, MHA, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Delhi
Healthy Pregnancy Tip # 1
Learn as much as you can about the wonderful ways your body is changing, and about how your baby is growing inside you. Talk to your mother, your friends, and other women about pregnancy, labor and birth. Attend a birth class for early pregnancy. Read books and watch videos about normal pregnancy and childbirth.

I am 23 years old. doctor on 1 sep me and my girlfriend did unprotected sex .but after some days I got very nervous to know that I am at big risk of hiv! My girlfriend had her first sex did 11 months before with her ex boyfriend! She is healthy and hv no any type of symptoms till now! On 5th October she tested cmia 4th generation. It was negative. On 13th I took cmia test .it was negative. But I very depressed with this fear! Doctor.results negative at six weeks could do consider conclusive? Seeking your response soon!

MBBS, DDV, FCPS, APEX, Diplomat American Board of Sexology
HIV Specialist, Mumbai
You have reasons to be depressed but that is no solution to your problem. 2. One can not say with 100% guarantee about other persons sexual history including your girl friend. 3. Wait till 90 days are over. Do HIV HEP b, VDRL tests. 4. Once HEP b negative both of you should take HEP b vaccines. For any further personal questions take private consult.
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