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Dr. Sudha Ramesh

MBBS

Gynaecologist, Bangalore

13 Years Experience  ·  500 at clinic
Dr. Sudha Ramesh MBBS Gynaecologist, Bangalore
13 Years Experience  ·  500 at clinic  ·  ₹ online
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Dr. Sudha Ramesh is a trusted Gynaecologist in Rajashekar Hospital, Bangalore. She has been a successful Gynaecologist for the last 13 years. She is a qualified MBBS. She is currently associated with Rajshekar Hospital in Rajashekar Hospital, Bangalore. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Sudha Ramesh on Lybrate.com.

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I have safe sex on 18 nov my date is on 29 of evry mnth. My date is late by 10 days. I have tryd everything. I have taken 4 pregnancy test in 3 days gap all r negative. I have also done wid blood test it is also negative. Please help wt has happen y I m nt getng my periods.

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Gynaecologist
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I have safe sex on 18 nov my date is on 29 of evry mnth. My date is late by 10 days. I have tryd everything. I have t...
Occasional delayed periods are common .may be due to an ovulation /delayed ovulation / ovarian cyst / hormonal imbalance. Please consult gynaecologist. Nothing to worry much.

Healthy Summer Diet Plan

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Summer is at its peak and the mercury level is rising by a notch every day. The scorching sun gives even more reasons to constantly hunt for some cooling and soothing foods which can comfort us. It is the time of year when you get dehydrated easily due to excess sweat and perspiration and that's the time when you want to reach out for something cold like sodas, beverages or even cold water. This is where we go wrong because anything extremely low in temperature can actually constrict our blood vessels and affect the heat loss process in our body. Here are a few tips you need to keep in mind to keep yourself cool:

1. Increase your water intake. In high humidity conditions, you do not sweat adequately due to which you cannot release heat efficiently from your body. That is the reason why you need to drink enough water at regular intervals even if you are not thirsty to cool your system.

2. Have eatables high in water content. Eat a lot of fresh fruits, raw salads and lightly spiced foods. Fruits and veggies are easy to digest and high in water content and hence help in hydration. Avoid fried and junk foods as they take time to digest and require a lot of water. Spicy foods can also increase body heat.

3. Grab naturally cooling drinks. Drink naturally cooling beverages like coconut water, lemon juice, buttermilk and sugarcane juice, etc. Rather than aerated soft drinks, caffeine, and alcoholic beverages as they contain sugar and other preservatives which act as diuretics and can cause loss of water from the body. You can add sabja (tulsi seeds) to drinks as it has a cooling effect on the body.

4. Have curd. Curd is excellent as it increases friendly bacteria in the gut and improves digestion and boosts immunity.

5. Include veggies in diet. Add veggies like cucumbers, tomatoes, carrots, spinach, beet etc to add to the extra water in your diet.

6. Small meals: avoid heavy meals at one time as it can cause acidity and affect digestion. Rather eat small meals to feel light and keep your system active.

7. Don't forget raw mango. In the summer season, raw mango is a special fruit and is extremely good to prevent sunstrokes and weakness. Raw mango juice also known as aam panna can help balance electrolytes in the body. You can also have raw mango in any form like adding it in bhel, salads or making a dish out of it.

You can divide your day's meals as per regular timings like:

Breakfast: 2-3 fresh fruits (this can help to neutralize your stomach acids and make you feel light and active as they are natural sources of energy).

- Mid morning: a glass of buttermilk/ coconut water (to refresh you).
- Lunch: salads + 1-2 rotis + veggies + thin dals (you can add or subtract the rotis as per your appetite and requirement).
- Evening: fruit yoghurt/fruit smoothie (they are filling, nourishing and cooling).
- Dinner: stir fried veggies/ chilled soups + grilled chicken/ steamed fish/ low fat paneer/ tofu + jaljeera/ lemon juice (to keep your dinner light and help you wake up afresh).

Stick to the plan and stay cool this summer!
Healthy Summer Diet Plan
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Sir I am a girl and I see something small thing stone like in my left breast. It sometimes gets big sometimes seems small but sir I feel so pain. please sir suggest me what I have to do?

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It looks like it is fibroadenoma and as you said it is painful, it should be removed after initial investigation like mammography and sonography of the breast and/or FNAC. Fibroadenomas are not cancer and don’t increase the risk of developing breast cancer. They occur because of an increased sensitivity to the female hormone estrogen. A fibroadenoma usually has a smooth rubbery feel and can move easily under the skin. They are usually painless, but some people may feel pain. It is very common can occur in numbers. It can occur at any age. Most are about 1 to 3cm in size but occasionally, it can grow to more than 5cm. Most fibroadenomas stay the same size. Some get smaller and some eventually disappear over time. Sometimes surgery is required to remove large fibroadenomas.
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I am 21 years old, and I wont get my monthly cycle correctly, every month the date changes, my question is, will it effect in my pregnancy, in future, but i am not married yet?

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I am 21 years old, and I wont get my monthly cycle correctly, every month the date changes, my question is, will it e...
Please take sup. Ashokaristha -4 tsf with equal quantity of water twice daily after meals for three cycles it won't affect you in future. This is a very common problem.
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Am 35mnth pregnant after my last 9th month scanning the result shows umbilical cord is rounded for d baby in neck. And yesterday onwards I feel pain in and side part of stomach in left side. Am afraid and pls snd me a suitable rly. Soon.

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Gynaecologist
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Am 35mnth pregnant after my last 9th month scanning the result shows umbilical cord is rounded for d baby in neck. An...
Hi lybrate-user, do not worry if cord around neck is loose. Because it may release when baby moves. Keep strict watch on babies movement. Pain you are having could be due constipation. See if pain is associated with watery fluid through vagina or blood stained discharge persistent pain associated with back pain and hardening of the uterus. You should visit gynaecologist.

Hello. I am 26 years married. I have little white and brown discharge with bad odour. Is it a sign of something wrong or health problem?

MD - Ayurveda, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda
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Yes it is due to leukorrhea. Start taking liquid search cordial.put me a question in my pvt consultation for discussion
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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.

What you can do:

Get tips for improving your baby's latch.

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

What you can do:

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.
Use our Breastfeeding Problem Solver to find solutions for your nursing issues.
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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.

What you can do:

Find out how to choose the best formula.

Problem: You suspect your baby is allergic to formula.

What you can do:

Learn the signs of a formula allergy.

Problem: Formula can get expensive.

What you can do:

Get tips for saving money on formula.

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

What you can do:

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).

What you can do:

Discover why babies spit up.

Find out what's normal spit-up behavior.

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.

What you can do:

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).

What you can do:

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.

What you can do:

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

See our illustrated guide to getting your baby started on the bottle.

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

What you can do:

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

Get tips on making a bottle.

4. Sleep challenges

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

Problem: Your baby's up a lot at night, you're sleep-deprived, and you're not sure what to expect.

What you can do:

Find out how to help your baby establish good sleep habits.

Learn when babies are able to sleep through the night.

See how to get your baby to sleep longer in the morning.

Problem: Getting your baby to sleep is a challenge.

What you can do:

Learn how to establish a soothing bedtime routine.

Problem: Your newborn won't nap.

What you can do:

Get the scoop on napping.

Find out how to switch your baby's nap schedule.

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.

What you can do:

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).

What you can do:

Learn eight ways to get more sleep.

Read about sleep aids for new parents.

Find out how to cope with sleep deprivation.

Try these relaxation techniques.

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).

What you can do:

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

Get tips on getting ready fast.

See how other moms stay sane.

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.

Get secrets to a low-stress marriage.
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mai bahut patli dubli hu takriban 1 sal se apna elaj karati hu lekin tandrusti me koi khas ejafa dikhao ni deta kai tarah k blood test aur x ray bhi hua sab kuch normol hai lekin tandrusti ni banti hai please help me.

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mai bahut patli dubli hu takriban 1 sal se apna elaj karati hu lekin tandrusti me koi khas ejafa dikhao ni deta kai t...
Hello,Homeopathic medicines are less invasive and have more herbal approach towards gaining the weight. There are a number of homoeopathic medicines, which treat the root cause behind the body’s inability to gain weight or bulk up. 1. Take alfalfa tonic(wsi), 2 – 2 tsp. Thrice a day, half an hour before meals. 2. Calcarea phos 200, 5 drops , once in aweek , morning empty stomach for 2 weeks. 3. Take eggs, milk, butter, bananas, potatoes, mangoes, figs, oats, soyabean and dry fruits. 4. do light exercises regularly to keep your body active. These homoeopathic medicines and dietary addition will increase your appetite and give your metabolism a healthy boost. ***If you do not get results with this treatment then please revert me i will suggest you to go through some tests.*** Thanks.

Hello Doctor, I'm 44 years old and got married 2 years back. my hubby is younger to me. We want kids. I have no gync problem I consulted a doc she gave me some folic acids and checked me internally all was well she said but still could not get pregnant also I tried all fertility days. I use gel cause I am very dry. and I don't enjoy sex everyday. Can you suggest some medicine for me. Also I am in usa now. And some medicine called conceivesafe you get over the counter. Please advise for them. Cause I'm not sure of the Docs here. So please if you could help me.

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Gynaecologist
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Hello Doctor,
I'm 44 years old and got married 2 years back. my hubby is younger to me. We want kids. I have no gync ...
Your age is 44 yrs. At this age few eggs (follicles) are left and there quality is also not good enough most of the time. Don't waste time go to a fertility specialist. Follicular monitoring and iui is advisable in your case you can apply ky. Jelly /visna gel for vaginal dryness at the time of intercourse..

6 Ways to Kick Sugar in a Week

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6 Ways to kick sugar in a week

Sugar (cane sugar) is not only a big industry but has been a part of many of our traditional foods. Somehow, today sugar has been given a tag of being an 'unhealthy' food. What we don't realize before we demonize a food the reason for it to suddenly become unhealthy. Sugar in small required amounts does not cause any health issue. What we don't realize is the amount of sugar that we are unknowingly consuming through foods like packaged cereals ,juices , health drinks , pastries, burgers and even the so called 'low fat' packaged foods marketed as healthy foods. Excessive sugar in these forms can definitely become harmful. So, rather than banning sugar from your diet, try to make better food choices.

The steps you can take to reduce sugar intake in a week are -
1. Stay hydrated and avoid health drinks and packaged juices

Replace so-called health drinks and packaged juices with fresh drinks like lime water, coconut water, herbal teas and home-made fruit drinks like raw mango juice / aam panah and Water. The natural electrolytes will stop any craving for excessive sugar laden foods.

2. Limit caffeine intake

Drinking coffee in the morning causes caffeine kick which spikes the energy levels in the body. As soon as this spike wears off, there is an intense sugar craving in the body.

3. Eat more complex carbohydrates

Increasing consumption of complex carbohydrates such as whole grains and yams helps in stabilizing blood sugar levels in the body. This happens as they are digested slowly and help in controlling sugar cravings.

4. Restrict salt intake

Excessive salt consumption can increase cravings for sugary foods. Eating too much salt can cause the body to balance out the flavors thus leading to increased sugar cravings.

5. Exercise

Exercise causes perspiration in the body which helps in flushing out the salt and making the body alkaline thus reducing sugar cravings.

6. Limit processed food intake

Eating naturally occurring foods such as grains and fruits are healthier than eating packaged foods. Packaged foods generally contain both added sugar and salt which tend to increase sugar cravings and promotes weight gain.
6 Ways to Kick Sugar in a Week
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My periods are very irregular and I have a problem with gaining weight. I am doing exercises and yoga for the last 3 months. Still therez no improvement. What to do?

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Go for blood test and abdomen usg, t3. T4. Tsh and hb% and msg me you start ayurvedic 3 month treatment.

I have painful menstruation. Pain starts before 7 days of my periods and last till second day. Please help me.

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Homeopath
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I have painful menstruation. Pain starts before 7 days of my periods and last till second day. Please help me.
Hi, you can take homoeopathic medicines - Belladonna 200/ one dose daily 7 days before the starting of the menses and Mag. Phos. 6x/ thrice a day from starting till end of the pain. Eat healthy, nutritious food on time, fruits, vegetables, nuts, plenty of water (to avoid dehydration as it also causes cramps), sufficient sleep & rest. Take a multivitamin - Supradyn/ 1 tab. daily/ once a day/ 3months.
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I miss my date. Which is expected 22th of march. Last tym I had a sex without protection after 7days free for my monthly circulation. So I am confused that I am pregnant or not.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
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I miss my date. Which is expected 22th of march. Last tym I had a sex without protection after 7days free for my mont...
Yes definitely you carry a high chance to be pregnant as it coincides with the ovulation date. If you miss menses by 7 days then pls get urine tested for pregnancy.
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My mom has auto immune hypothyroidism. She is taking medicine everyday. She is getting fever periodically. Does fever appears because of auto immune disease?

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My mom has auto immune hypothyroidism. She is taking medicine everyday. She is getting fever periodically. Does fever...
Dear Keerthi , All autoimmune diseases can manifest with fever at some point of time but we have to know if this disease is restricted to only thyroid or has other organs been affected ,she needs a detailed evaluation by a rheumatologist, physician. Thank you.
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I would like to ask you that in pregencny is bleeding is common from vagina and because of this bleeding my friend has lost her first baby so what should she do if this occurs twice a week.

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath
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It is better to get checked as it is not normal to get such bleeding like twice/week visit your gynecologist once.

I am trying for second baby. I am having dermoid cyst in left ovary 46.9 x 43. 7 mm. Except that my all reports are normal. Should I wait to shrink my cyst or go for any procedure. Kindly suggest right now my age is 39. I do not hav any problem or pain by the cyst in fact in January its size was 55x53 mm and it was shrinking in may its size was 40x40 mm but may onwards my doc suggested me pills for 3 months. When I went this month for tvs the size of cyst increased is it due to pills. Pl. Help me through your suggestion.

Fellowship in Laparoscopy, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, MBBS, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology)
Gynaecologist
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I am trying for second baby. I am having dermoid cyst in left ovary 46.9 x 43. 7 mm. Except that my all reports are n...
Dermoid cyst never disappears and you can not leave it inside, it might get converted to bad cancerous cyst. It can b removed laparoscopically easily, and then after you can plan to conceive. Contact for further details.

My wife got pregnancy and she is now 8th month When she is in 3rd month she undergone Thyroid test and the result was 13.73, when she was 5th month also undergone Thyroid test, the result was 3.73, and dosage (thyronorm 50 mg) was same for the both times and now in 8th month when she undergone Thyroid and the result was 5.52 and dosage was increased to 75 mg of thyronorm, whether it is correct or excess dosage and please clarify what are the effects to the baby due to increase of thyroid from 3.73 to 5.52.

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Endocrinologist
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My wife got pregnancy and she is now 8th month
When she is in 3rd month she undergone Thyroid test and the result was...
Mr. lybrate-user, The recommended TSH levels through the pregnancy are 1st trimester 0.1 to 2mU/L, 2nd trimester 0.3 to 3 mU/L & 3 Rd trimester 0.3 to 3.1. If levels exceed above these, then fetal brain development & cognitive development is most likely to be affected. She has to increase the dose and see that TSH is below 3 mU/L. I am surprised how proper advise has not been given. Thanks.
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How to avoid you wanted pregnancy. My wife missed period cycle. Her cycle is first 5 day of the month. And today is last day. Her period comes early 2 day from her cycle but this time she missed. We have 3 months baby boy. By my mistake once I don't use protection. And now we don't want baby now. Please guide us. My wife's age is 25 year old. And her delivery is normal. So please please help me to avoid pregnancy.

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General Physician
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How to avoid you wanted pregnancy. My wife missed period cycle. Her cycle is first 5 day of the month. And today is l...
First of all get her urine tested for pregnancy because sometimes when you are breastfeeding the baby you don't get periods and if she is pregnant then consult your gynecologist and get the abortion done by evacuation.

I am having irregular periods from 5-6 months. What is the reason? Can you please help me out?

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I am having irregular periods from 5-6 months. What is the reason? Can you please help me out?
Hello- Irregular periods occur due to hormonal imbalance and slow body metabolism. If you are over weight thn the fat metabolism is hampering the blood metabolism in your body and thus creating a type of deficiency which can manifest as irregular menses. -Exercise daily, and reduce fat specially from your belly. -Consume cows ghee.(Its the only natural fat which promotes normal menses due to its rich Omega-3 and other vital components) -Keep you bowel clean. Gaseous distension sometimes obstruct the menstrual; blood flow. -Eat fresh fruits and vegetables. -Drink plenty of water to detoxify your body.
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