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Dr. Sulekha

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Dr. Sulekha is an experienced Gynaecologist in Vasanth Nagar, Bangalore. You can meet Dr. Sulekha personally at Balaji Hospital in Vasanth Nagar, Bangalore. Book an appointment online with Dr. Sulekha on Lybrate.com.

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I had my period on 4th nov 2016. After that I noticed spotting from 12 th to 15th nov 2016 since then I did have my period till now. Period delayed by 10 days. Two negative pregnancy tests. Sometimes lower abdominal pain.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
I had my period on 4th nov 2016. After that I noticed spotting from 12 th to 15th nov 2016 since then I did have my p...
Hello, the menses may be delayed due to stress in itself. Wait for another 5 days for menses to start as you are experiencing pMS symptoms already.
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My period came one day on advance and it lasted for just one day. This means tha I could be pregnant.

DGO, Advanced Infertility, Post Doctoral Fellowship in Reproductive Medicine
IVF Specialist, Gurgaon
My period came one day on advance and it lasted for just one day. This means tha I could be pregnant.
If you have had unprotected intercourse then please do your blood test for beta hcg. It will confirm presence or absence of pregnancy. Please share reports for further advice.
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What does single line and double line represent in prega news test. Which line represents for pregnancy.

MBBS, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
What does single line and double line represent in prega news test. Which line represents for pregnancy.
Two lines represent positive for pregnancy, one line is negative. An early pregnancy looks like 1 dark and 1 faint line.
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Sexual and Fertility Problems- can these be early signs of Diabetes? Be alert.

MBBS (Gold Medalist, Hons), MS (Obst and Gynae- Gold Medalist), DNB (Obst and Gynae), Fellow- Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (ACOG, USA), FIAOG
Gynaecologist, Kolkata

Scenario one: Mr PS, 35 years old, married for 5 years, now planning to have a child, suddenly felt that his erection of penis is not as good as it was earlier. initially he tried medicines shown in TV and newspaper and then many treatments through internet. but his problems persisted. Finally when he came to doctor, he was diagnosed to have ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION. Finally after checking, when doctor advised him blood test, it revealed high blood sugar and then he was advised anti-diabetic drugs. After starting this, his sexual performance improved much better. 

So, what went wrong? Erectile dysfunction may be an early indication of diabetes. So, if you feel such probems, never ignore it and never feel ashamed to talk to doctor. If you try medicines shown in TV/ newspaper, your problem will persist and the diabetes may go to such point that your life will be threatened. So, never ignore such problem, however embarrasing it might be.

 

Scenario two: Mrs AM, a 42 years old lady having two children, gradually feeling of low sexual urge. Her husband tried many things but nothing worked. She also had repeated attacks of vaginal infections. After trying many things by themselves, they consulted doctor. And the cause of her LOW SEX DRIVE and VAGINAL INFECTION was found to be uncontrolled diabetes. And the story was same. She was put on insulin therapy and her conditions improved. But if she came earlier, she could have avoided insl=ulin therapy.

So, if any male or female is experiencing low sex desire, he or she should not try various types of treatments by themselves. Proper diagnosis is necessary, so that life threatening diseases are not missed. And as you all know, diabetes can sometimes be life-threatening. So, just imagine, a situation for which you feel embarrassed to talk to doctor, can endanger your life. 

 

Scenario three: Mr MQ, a 30 years old male, is feeling pain and discomfort during intercourse and also sometimes during urination. He thought it may solve automatically after marriage. But it did not. And then he also had bleeding sometimes during intercourse and the pain increased. When he presented to doctor, doctor diagnosed it as a case of tight foreskin or PHIMOSIS. And the next day blood sugar was found to be very high. He was cured by circumcission after controlling blood sugar level with insulin. But after that he was found to have problems in retina and kidney. These are all because of diabetes. had he not ignored Phimosis, he could have avoided these complications of diabetes (retinopathy and nephropathy).

So, if you feeel any problems, particularly infections in private parts, do not ignore them Consult doctor and try to find out the cause.

 

Scenario four:. Mrs AR, 32 years female, having REPEATED MISCARRIAGE in previous three pregnancies. No apparent cause was found. Then blood sugar test was done properly and she was found to have very high blood sugar. Then she was advised to avoid pregnancy until sugar was controlled. She follwed the advice and then conceived fourth time when blood sugar was normal. Then she delivered a baby who was totally normal.

So, if any couple is experiencing repeated miscarriage, they should test for diabetes first. 

So, never feel that diabetes is merely a disease of sugar. It can affect every organ and system. So, if you feel any problems in personal or conjugal life, however embarrasing to you it might be, never feel ashamed, rather consult doctor and have proper diagnosis done. A stich in time saves nine. 

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My last menses day is jan 4.and am pregnant how many weeks it will be till today and wen will be my delivery day.

MBBS, DGO, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology)
Gynaecologist, Chennai
My last menses day is jan 4.and am pregnant how many weeks it will be till today and wen will be my delivery day.
As per your LMP your EDD will be October 11 th provided your cycles were regular atleast for three months before conceiving.And not every one will deliver on EDD.You will deliver by September end or October first week.Now you are I your 34 th week completing.
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Will having sex on the first day of my period make me pregnant though the ejaculation was outside?

MBBS , DGO , FIMAS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Will having sex on the first day of my period make me pregnant though the ejaculation was outside?
No it would not make you pregnant. Intercourse during periods may cause serious infection and infertility.
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My mom. age is 47 years. She has huge amount of bleeding problem .is that related with age or something else please suggest some medicines or remedy to cure it.

MD, MBBS
General Physician, Noida
My mom.  age is 47 years. She has huge amount of bleeding problem .is that related with age or something else please ...
She is heading toward menopause. Before menopause, she may have huge and irregular bleeding even before her due date. She may also have fibroid in her uterus. She should get her ultrasound done to confirm or rule out fibroid. Oral contraceptives courses (containing oestrogen and progesterone) taken 3-4 month may regularise her menses as well as can diminish bleeding amount but at this age oestrogen may cause cancer, therefore are not given. Gynae CVP capsules, 1 cap taken 3 times dailystarting 2 days before menses till menses stop may decrese bleeding amount by 50-60%. So she may tale these capsules under medical supervision.
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My wife's monthly period has been stopped. It was from 10th june, we have made a pregnancy test yesterday and it is positive. So please tell me what can we do first now? she also having fever from 4 days and not taking medicines by afraiding. So please give a solution as soon as possible.

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Vadodara
My wife's monthly period has been stopped. It was from 10th june, we have made a pregnancy test yesterday and it is p...
Hi, go and visit a near by gynec first, doctor will guide you further, low grade fever may be there during start of pregnancy but it is since last 4 days, donot ignore any such kind of symptom during pregnancy and go and see the gynecologist as soon ass possible.
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Psychosomatic Problems

MBBS, DPM (Psychiatry)
Psychiatrist, Thrissur
Psychosomatic Problems

PSYCHOSOMATIC PROBLEMS

Psychosomatic illness
Psychosomatic disorder, now more commonly referred to as psychophysiologic illness, is an illness whose symptoms are caused by mental processes of the sufferer rather than immediate physiological causes. If a medical examination can find no physical or organic cause, or if an illness appears to result from emotional conditions such as anger, anxiety, depression or guilt, then it might be classified as psychosomatic.
However, the term "psychosomatic" has developed a negative connotation in recent years, as many people mistakenly believe it to mean that the patient is "making up" his or her symptoms such as pain, has "mental problems," or is otherwise malingering. This is not its true meaning, as psychosomatic pain, for example, is very real pain, and is caused by unconscious rather than conscious sources, and is perfectly normal and not under conscious control.
Psychosomatic symptoms show that a human body can create physical symptoms that compensate for relationship deficiencies. (For example, hypnosis-induced allergic reactions indicate that a person's immune response can dramatically change during an intense mind-body relationship).
Very often, psychosomatic illness is influenced by external factors or players. Severe stress caused by factors in work, relationship, and family are known to cause bowel illness and accompanying dehydration, stomach or headaches, nausea, incontinence, or loss of hair.
Somatopsychic illness is an illness where the mental and psychological processes of the sufferer are affected by physiological causes. Emotional conditions similar to psychosomatic illness are experienced as well as decreased mental functioning. Physiological factors involved include, but are not limited to, cases of persons diagnosed with chronic pain and/or a physical disorder, cases where the person experiences frequent episodes of pain over a long period of time, and cases where a person has exacerbated levels of physical pain over a prolonged period of time..

Solutions
Although psychosomatic disease might improve or disappear following suggestion by a recognized authority, both the psycho and somatic aspects of psychosomatic symptoms may vanish if people improve the relationship of mind to body. Anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa, for example, are usually considered to be psychosomatic illnesses. Like many eating disorders, they respond well to relationship coaching and various forms of psychotherapy.
It is often very difficult to distinguish if a disease has a psychological root, however, it is suggested that 70% of all diseases are the result of anxiety and stress and hence, have a "psychological" root in this sense, even though stress and anxiety themselves involve many biochemical, hormonal and genetic aspects.
Emotional conditions such as anger, anxiety, depression and guilt can be treated using Hypnotherapy and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, among other therapies, although these two particular treatments are considered controversial by many.
Cognitive behavior therapy is a widely-used treatment for anxiety, depression and related disorders.

History
Many identifiable illnesses have previously been labelled as 'hysterical' or 'psychosomatic', for example asthma, allergies, and migraines. Some illnesses are under debate, including multiple chemical sensitivity, Gulf War Syndrome, and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Some people suggest that stigmatics suffer a psychosomatic illness based on identifying with the biblical crucified Jesus.

Illness as Metaphor
Hypochondria
Munchausen syndrome
Tension myositis syndrome
Theory of Deadly Initials
Nocebo
Placebo
Placebo (origins of technical term)
Fibromyalgia

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