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Management of Abortion
Caesarean Section Procedure
Treatment Of Female Sexual Problems
Termination Of Pregnancy Procedure
Treatment Of Pregnancy Problems
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Treatment Of Female Sexual Problems
Treatment Of Medical Diseases In Pregnancy
Treatment Of Menstrual Problems
Intra-Uterine Insemination (IUI) Treatment
Medical Termination Of Pregnancy (Mtp) Procedure
Gynecology Laparoscopy Procedures
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Dr is very kind and helpful she was the Dr by her treatment only I could conceive for my first baby
The best doctor... Life saver... Inspite of having dengue in last few days of my pregnancy i had normal delivery
My wife is in pregnancy of 8 months she's B-ve blood group her child is normal but child is partially covered with cord around the neck and doctor recommend may for operation .Is there any danger for mother during Operation or in delivery of child can you please help me out what is the exact procedure I have to follow next ? THANKS.
I am 34 years old I have three kids all r normal delivery I hv pcod problem since before marriage. Even I hv thyroid tkn med 50 mg daily. I got done biopsy the result is minor cervical infection B z. Of tht Dr. gv me three months course of sevista. I got period last month but not this month. Reason pz Dr? I know about the tab it is estrogen n used for urinary bleeding. My question is why I didn't get my period? 13 years complete of my marriage. Pz give in depth ans Dr?
Hello sir, period ke kitne din pahle kitne din bad sex krna chahiye. Please tell me. Jisse baccha na thare. Ladies ke garbh mai.
With the fast paced lives we live today, it should not come as too much of a surprise that our bodies get filled with toxins, which affects the way the function. So, what should be done to clear the toxins one has in his or her body?
Wondering how it can be done and whether or not is there a side effect free way through which one can get rid of these toxins. Ayurveda is a great body of knowledge which aims at keeping the entire body in sync and in balance. Making use of Ayurveda to help detoxify the body is not something that is very easy but at the same time, it has its advantages. The first thing that is to be done is to eat a khichadi meal for one whole week. In order to prepare khichadi, what needs to be done is to combine rice, clarified butter and some spices as well as yellow mung dal and some vegetables into a mixture. This food is so simple and very easy to digest.
Snacks are the things, which are responsible for a lot of people not being as healthy as they otherwise could be. After all, in the greater scheme of things, it does not seem to make much sense that a person loses out on the nutrition of wholesome food just because of the short term mental benefit and satisfaction of eating snacks.
Hydration is one of the most overlooked things when it comes to staying healthy. It can be said that it is all the more important when it comes to an ayurvedic detox. When a person is attempting a detox, warm water is to be drunk. It goes a long way in aiding digestion and soothing the body.
While caffeine which is had by the way of detox tea is not a bad idea, at all, one should stay away from other sources of concentrated caffeine such as coffee and iced tea. It is also worth keeping in mind that cold drinks do not do much to help with detox and should be avoided. While this may be a bit of a downer, who would want to spoil so much effort going into the process of detoxification?
Apart from what is eaten and drunk, a detox is also about the mind. So as to calm one’s mind, a great idea happens to be a warm oil massage, which clears toxins and helps the nervous system. With all this, a calm and detoxified body is on its way! If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an Ayurveda.
I am 30 weeks pregnant and two days ago I had gas problem. My doc prescribed pantop and duvadilan. It helped with gas but then I started feeling pain in my naval area. My doc said I had umbilical hernia. It's quite painful in my case but she says it cannot be cured as I am pregnant. Also she examined me internally and says baby has come down a little bit and prescribed rest for two weeks. I have following queries 1. I am doing very less physical activity and mostly lying on bed with pillow under my feet. Can this help in umbilical hernia. 2. I am bothered by the pain at night and cannot sleep properly. Also I am quite afraid of this hernia and how it might impact my baby. Can it be cured on its own. What all shall I avoid or do in order to cure it. 3. My doc says that the pains that I had was not because of gas and should have felt like labour pains. I am not sure how to distinguish the hernia pain and labour pain. Also please let me know how common is hernia during pregnancy? Am I the only one having it or is it a common problem?
Dear sir /mam agar mera private part mere bf k private part s only touch ktaa hai too isse pregnancy ho skte hai? Jb tak sperm vagina mai ni jata tb tk pregnancy ho skte hai ya nhi please reply doctor in hindi.
Common gastro-intestinal (GI) malignancies are colon cancer, carcinoma rectum and anal canal, pancreatic cancer, cholangiocarcinoma, carcinoma stomach, hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) and liver metastasis. Other uncommon tumours include gastro-intestinal stromal tumour (GIST), klaskin tumour and neuro-endocrine tumour. Surgery is the treatment option in these tumours. Unfortunately, majority of these tumours are inoperable at presentation and treated with supportive/palliative intent. Majority of these tumours are relatively chemotherapy (CT) resistant. Role of conventional radiation therapy (RT) in gastro-intestinal malignancies are also not well defined in many of these tumours.
- Response rate with delivered dose is not acceptable, and dose escalation is not possible with conventional RT without compromising in critical structure (small intestine, duodenum) tolerance. With modern stereotactic whole body RT (SBRT) higher dose of radiation can be delivered in shorter duration and normal tissue tolerance is respected. SBRT has evolved in recent years and also have promise to improve local control in these relative resistant tumours. Pre-operative and adjuvant RT is established in carcinoma of rectum.
- In recent years, short course RT (hypofractionated RT, 25 Gy/5 Fr) had shown to be equally effective as conventional RT (1.8-2 Gy/Fr) in inoperable rectal cancer. Role of conventional RT in inoperable pancreatic cancer has been argued in the EORTC study. Whereas, short course RT (fractionated radiosurgery) is slowly being accepted as an option to complete RT early, start adjuvant CT at the earliest and also improve quality of life (QOL). In liver metastasis, radiosurgery is a non-invasive alternative to surgery. Higher equivalent radiation dose delivered with radiosurgery there may have comparable survival function in selected patients.
- Radiosurgery is an option in liver tumour close to porta, sub-diaphragmatic location (segment VIII), nodal involvement and in medically inoperable patients. In hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC), fractionated radiosurgery is an option as ‘bridge therapy’ for patients waiting for liver transplant, medically inoperable patients, chemotherapy resistant, post TACE residual and in recurrent HCCs. Radiosurgery is also consider as primary treatment in suitable patients. There is an ongoing multicentric randomized trial comparing chemotherapy and radiosurgery in HCCs.
- In uncommon slow growing tumours such as cholangiocarcinoma, neuro-endocrine tumour and klaskin tumour fractionated radiosurgery have excellent response rate and improve symptoms. In conclusion, modern fractionated stereotactic radiosurgery is an option in many of the GI malignancies improves response rate and also may improve QOL. In coming years with publication of more matured data from randomized and prospective phase II studies the role of radiosurgery will be established. ours , 2) require only thermoplastic mask, no need for invasive frame, 3) has inverse planning system, can spare critical structure, 4) there is a ‘intra-fraction’ correction technology with imaging, 5) there is no need to change the source, hence may be more cost effective and 6) can be used to treat extra-cranial tumours also. CyberKnife has a linear accelerator attached with a robot and is capable of treatment from various coplanar and non-coplanar field arrangements. CyberKnife has sub-millimeter accuracy and unmatched dose distribution.
- The advanced technology behind CyberKnife uses image guidance technology and computer-controlled robotics to deliver and extremely precise dose of radiation to targets, avoiding the surrounding healthy tissue, and adjusting for patient and tumor movement during treatment. In conclusion, CyberKnife is an extension of gammaknife radiosurgery delivery system. This machine has immense promise to treat with short course regimens with high dose and improve local control without increasing toxicities.
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