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Dr. Saila

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Dr. Saila is a trusted Gynaecologist in Yelahanka, Bangalore. You can consult Dr. Saila at Ashwini Hospital in Yelahanka, Bangalore. Book an appointment online with Dr. Saila on Lybrate.com.

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Today my gynec applied podowart in genital area where warts located. Mostly my fear is I am carrying now 5 months of pregnancy. Pls tell me is it effects my baby or in future dangerous to me. What to do.

BHMS, MD - Homeopathy
Homeopath, Gurgaon
Today my gynec applied podowart in genital area where warts located. Mostly my fear is I am carrying now 5 months of ...
U should not do such experiments during pregnancy. But now what is done is done. Generally local applications do not harm the foetus. And if your gynaec has suggested this treatment, you should not worry too much. But try to lead a simple and healthy life during pregnancy. No more such treatments till your delivery.
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Mera period miss ho gya to mene pragnancy test Kiya to positive aya 10 din hue aaj 9th ka period tha. Ab muje health ka kese dhyan rakhna he.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
Mera period miss ho gya to mene pragnancy test Kiya to positive aya 10 din hue aaj 9th ka period tha. Ab muje health ...
Hello, A pregnant woman should take utmost caution of what she eats. A nutritious diet rich in proteins, iron, calcium and omega 3 fatty acids is recommended. Overall besides normal food make sure she takes a big glass of milk daily, 2-3 eggs in a week, chicken/ fish twice a week, take 2 helping of fruits and salads daily. Taking 5-6 almonds alone a piece or two of walnuts daily should overall take care of your nutritional requirements. Hope this helps you.
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Hi, I have had sex with my fiancee in FERTILE period. But she took Unwanted 72 in 10 hrs. Naturally, within 6 days, she had withdrawal bleeding. Now my question is WHEN she can expect her NEXT PERIOD. Is it 30 days from LAST REGULAR PERIOD OR is it 30 days from withdrawal bleeding. Please suggest. Thanks.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
Hi, I have had sex with my fiancee in FERTILE period. But she took Unwanted 72 in 10 hrs. Naturally, within 6 days, s...
30 days from withdrawal bleeding ,only if she has had a good period like flow for three to four days, and in case she just had spotting, then in that case she might even miss her date, in which case you will have to do a Urine pregnancy test to confirm pregnancy. Of positive she will have to follow a new line of drugs to be taken for termination, and if Negative, she will eventually have her period without any intervention in a variable time of plus minus 6 to 7 days from the expected date.
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Healthy lifestyle tips

MD - Internal Medicine, CCMD(Diabetology), PG Course in Diabetology
Diabetologist, Dehradun
Healthy lifestyle tips
1- regular exercise is good for health. The best exercise is'walking, which is a brisker than brisk walking.
2-soya products are good for health.
3-fruits are better than juices.
4- brown rice is better than polished rice and jaggery is better than white sugar.
5- eat high fiber diet like beans, leafy vegetables.
6-avoid apc where a stands for achar, p for papad and c for chutney.
7-get your health check-up done at least once in a year.
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I am having irregular periods and very scanty bleeding. Will you please suggest me some treatment.

DGO, MD, MRCOG, CCST, Accredation in Colposcopy
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
I am having irregular periods and very scanty bleeding. Will you please suggest me some treatment.
There is a possibility you have polycystic ovaries. I would advice you to get a Pelvic USG done along with a few blood tests- FSH,LH,PROLACTIN,FASTING SERUM INSULIN, TESTOSTERONE. Medicines will depend on the results of these.
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I need a consultation and guidance. I took I pill after unprotected sex (after one week of my periods). I am not sure if my partner ejaculated in my vagina or not. But I washed my private part immediately. I took IPill next day in evening i.e within 36 hours. What are the chances of getting pregnant? What are early symptoms of pregnancy? How to abort in early weeks with medicines? I really do not want to go with surgical abortion. Please guide.

Fellowship In Minimal Access Surgery, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Hyderabad
I need a consultation and guidance. I took I pill after unprotected sex (after one week of my periods). I am not sure...
Hi lybrate user, ipill is not 100%effective in preventing pregnancy, if you have missed your period or have any symptoms of pregnancy do a urine pregnancy test n confirm first. If the test is positive n you want abortion it is better consult a gynaecologist.
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5 Ways to Cultivate Self-Awareness

B.A. Hons . Psychology, MA Psychological Counseling, EDM Psychological Counseling, Trauma Specialist, MPhil Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Hyderabad
5 Ways to Cultivate Self-Awareness

Self-awareness (sometimes also referred to as self-knowledge or introspection) about understands your own needs, desires, failings, habits, and everything else that makes you tick. The more you know about yourself, the better you are at adapting life changes that suit your needs.


 

Why does self-awareness matter?

Self-awareness is the key cornerstone to emotional intelligence, according to daniel goleman. The ability to monitor our emotions and thoughts from moment to moment is key to understanding ourselves better, being at peace with who we are and proactively managing our thoughts, emotions, and behaviors.

In addition, self-aware people tend to act consciously rather than react passively, to be in good psychological health and to have a positive outlook on life. They also have greater depth of life experience and are more likely to be more compassionate to themselves and others.


 

5 ways to cultivate self-awareness:

1. Create some space for yourself. When you are in a dark room without windows, it is fairly difficult to see things clearly. The space you create for yourself is that crack on the wall where you allow light to come through. Leave yourself some time and space every day – perhaps first thing in the morning or half an hour before sleep when you stay away from the digital distractions and spend some time with yourself, reading, writing, meditating, and connecting with yourself.

2. Practice mindfulness. Mindfulness is the key to self-awareness. Jon kabat-zinn defines mindfulness as “paying attention in a particular way, on purpose, in the present moment, non-judgmentally”. Through mindfulness practice, you will be more present with yourself so that you can “be there” to observe what’s going on inside and around you. It is not about sitting cross-legged or suppressing your thoughts. It is about paying attention to your inner state as they arise. You can practice mindfulness at any time you want, through mindful listening, mindful eating or walking.

3. Keep a journal: writing not only helps us process our thoughts but also makes us feel connected and at peace with ourselves. Writing can also create more headspace as you let your thoughts flow out onto paper. Research shows that writing down things we are grateful for or even things we are struggling with helps increase happiness and satisfaction. You can also use the journal to record your inner state. Try this at home –choose a half day on a weekend, pay close attention to your inner world – what you are feeling, what you are saying to yourself, and make a note of what you observe every hour. You may be surprised about what you write down!

4. Practice being a good listener. Listening is not the same as hearing. Listening is about being present and paying attention to other people’s emotions, body movement and language. It is about showing empathy and understanding without constantly evaluating or judging. When you become a good listener, you will also be better at listening to your own inner voice and become the best friend of yourself.

5. Gain different perspectives: ask for feedback. Sometimes we can be too afraid to ask what others think of us – yes sometimes the feedback may be biased or even dishonest but you will be able to differentiate them from real, genuine and balanced feedback as you learn more about yourself and others. Research has shown conducting 360 degree feedback in workplace is a useful tool to improve managers’ self-awareness. We all have blind spots, so it is helpful to gain different perspective to see a fuller picture of ourselves.

 

Self-awareness, as “arguably the most fundamental issue in psychology, from both a developmental and an evolutionary perspective”, is a rich and complicated subject. As human beings, we may never fully understand ourselves, if there is such a destination. But perhaps it is the journey of exploring, understanding and becoming ourselves that makes life worth living.

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7 Tips for a Healthy Heart

Diploma In Nutrition & Health Education
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Ahmedabad
7 Tips for a Healthy Heart

If you are concerned about your heart’s health, it is important for you to make some dietary modifications. Simple changes in your everyday diet may offer benefits, which help in preventing future heart problems. If you suffer from high blood pressure or high cholesterol or have atrial fibrillation.

Here are some tips regarding the best diet for protecting your heart:

  1. Believe in the food hype: Having healthy meals is certainly beneficial and makes a big difference to your heart health. Consuming meals which contain vegetables, grains, low fat dairy and lean meat will allow you to live a longer and healthier life.
  2. Avoid crash diets: A crash diet may be effective, if you want to fit in a dress within one month. However, for improving your heart health, undertaking different fad diets is not useful. Meals in which a certain type of nutrients such as carbohydrates or fats are ruled out are not beneficial as well. You should have a sensible approach towards your diet and focus on food products such as vegetables, whole grains and lean meat.
  3. Do not overeat: Overeating will lead to weight gain and commonly, many people get heart attack after taking a big meal.
  4. Eat less salt: You should consume less amount of salt in your diet and do not eat more than one teaspoon of salt a day. Avoid any food item which contains high amounts of sodium. Salt is responsible for increasing blood pressure.
  5. Limit your intake of alcohol and caffeine: In case you suffer from atrial fibrillation, you should avoid caffeine and any other stimulant as they tend to trigger the symptoms. You must drink moderately as consuming more than one drink a day increases your risks of having heart problems.
  6. Choose meat wisely: You should avoid red meat, which contains large amount of saturated fats as these are not good for the heart. You should choose the leanest cuts of meats and trim all fat from it. You should opt for cuts such as flank, rump roast, tenderloin and sirloin. Pork tenderloin, chicken and turkey breast are other alternatives.
  7. Add fish to your diet: Fish is essential for improving your heart health. Try to avoid having deep fried fish and choose grilled fish or roasted fish, which are rich in Omega-3 fatty acids. Consume fishes like tuna, salmon, trout and sardines.

You should also add whole grains to your diet. They are effective in controlling blood sugar and lower the chances of diabetes. Hence, the risks of heart diseases are less if you do not have diabetes. Whole grains also help with weight loss, which is beneficial for the heart. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a doctor and ask a free question.

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Hi I had unprotected sex on 15th and 16th February. My periods are due on 23rd February. Can I get pregnant.

DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), MBBS
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Hi  I had unprotected sex on 15th and 16th February. My periods are due on 23rd February. Can I get pregnant.
Hi lybrate-user .from the dates that yu hv given. Its unlikely to get pregnant but it is possible.
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It's been 10years of our marriage & we don't hv a baby. 11/2 year back I got a miscarriage after three months. Till then Im facing problem of viginal infection. plz help!

Diploma in Family Medicine, M.Sc - Psychotherapy
Sexologist, Pune
Ten years of marriage and one miscarriage. You must have a large of file or reports and investigations to look into. Where are you from? Have you not consulted a good gynecologist? Don't look for miracle cures on net for a problem like this. Get in consultation with a good doctor before it is too late. Vaginal infections have nothing to do with infertility. Take care. [Automatically added by Lybrate] Click "Consult Dr. Ashwini Vivek" below to consult privately with the doctor.
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