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Dr. Vaishnavi K V  - Gynaecologist, Bangalore

Dr. Vaishnavi K V

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology

Gynaecologist, Bangalore

14 Years Experience  ·  300 - 400 at clinic
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Dr. Vaishnavi K V MBBS, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology Gynaecologist, Bangalore
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I provide comprehensive services related to all aspects of women's health at my speciality clinic - Clinic for Women - in Turahalli. I provide pre pregnancy counseling pregnancy care incl......more
I provide comprehensive services related to all aspects of women's health at my speciality clinic - Clinic for Women - in Turahalli. I provide pre pregnancy counseling pregnancy care including care of high risk pregnancies, gynaecological services including infertility treatment, family planning, management of gynaec infections, cysts, abnormal menstrual bleeding, well woman check ups, adolescent gynaecologic care and menopause care - all with a personal touch. I also provide delivery and operative services (MTP, D& C, LSCS, Sterilization procedures, Hysterectomy- abdominal, vaginal, laparoscopic, all gynaec laparoscopic surgeries) at SSNMC Hospital, Rajarajeshwari Nagar, Bangalore. My motto is to provide comprehensive women’s health care, tailored to the individual patient, and delivered with a personal touch.
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Dr. Vaishnavi K V is one of the best Gynaecologists in Turahalli, Bangalore with over 13 years of experience. After completing MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, she has undergone additional certifications in obstetric ultrasound, TVS scanning, certificate course in the management of gestational diabetes, certificate course in the management of thyroid disorders & advanced training in gynaecologic endoscopy (hystero-laparoscopy).You can meet Dr. Vaishnavi K V personally at her Clinic for Women in Turahalli; or at SSNMC Hospitals, Rajarajeshwari Nagar, Bangalore. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Vaishnavi K V on Lybrate.com.

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MBBS - Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute, Bangalore - 2004
MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology - Seth GS Medical College & KEM Hospital, Mumbai - 2009
Languages spoken
English
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Marathi
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Bangalore Society of Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Indian Medical Association (IMA)

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Clinic for Women, # 257, Nandanavana, 3rd Cross, Vajramuni Nagar, 1st Stage, JHCS Layout, Off Pride Springfields Apartments, Turahalli, Bangalore - 560061. 1.8 kmfromUttarahalli circle and 2 km from KSIT College, Kanakpura Main Roaf

# 257, Nandanavana, 3rd Cross, Vajramuni Nagar, 1st Stage, JHCS Layout, Off Pride Springfields Apartments, Turahalli (1.8 km from Uttarahalli circle and 2 km from KSIT College, Kanakpura Main Road), Subramanyapura PostBangalore Get Directions
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I had unprotected sex last week 10th Nov and took ipill in the morning. Till date I still didn't get my period am I pregnant? .last month also I took ipill on 8th October and on the same night I got bleeding which was less for 3 days and after that started like normal period.in month of September I missed period don't know why. This month when is my period supposed to be?

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I had unprotected sex last week 10th Nov and took ipill in the morning. Till date I still didn't get my period am I p...
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What Is Piriformis Syndrome?

BPTh/BPT, MPTh/MPT
Physiotherapist, Noida
What Is Piriformis Syndrome?

A common symptom of piriformis syndrome is pain along the sciatic nerve, so it is often thought that piriformis syndrome causes sciatica.

However, piriformis syndrome does not involve a radiculopathy - a disc extending beyond its usual location in the vertebral column that impinges or irritates the nerve root - so it is technically not sciatica.Instead, with piriformis syndrome, it is the piriformis muscle itself that irritates the sciatic nerve and causes sciatic pain.See What is Piriformis Syndrome?

The piriformis is a muscle located deep in the hip that runs in close proximity to the sciatic nerve. When the piriformis muscle becomes tight and/or inflamed, it can cause irritation of the sciatic nerve. This irritation leads to sciatica-like pain, tingling and numbness that run from the lower back, to the rear and sometimes down the leg and into the foot.

Supine piriformis stretches 

Lie on the back with the legs flat. Pull the affected leg up toward the chest, holding the knee with the hand on the same side of the body and grasping the ankle with the other hand. Trying to lead with the ankle, pull the knee towards the opposite ankle  until stretch is felt. 

Do not force ankle or knee beyond stretch. Hold stretch for 30 seconds, then slowly return to starting position. Aim to complete a set of three stretches.Lie on the floor with the legs flat. Raise the affected leg and place that foot on the floor outside the opposite knee. Pull the knee of the bent leg directly across the midline of the body using the opposite hand or a towel, if needed , until stretch is felt. Do not force knee beyond stretch or to the floor. Hold stretch for 30 seconds, then slowly return to starting position. Aim to complete a set of three stretches.Lie on the floor with the affected leg crossed over the other leg at the knees and both legs bent. Gently pull the lower knee up towards the shoulder on the same side of the body until stretch is felt. Hold stretch for 30 seconds, then slowly return to starting position. Aim to complete a set of three stretches.

Typical features of any sciatica exercise program include:Core muscle strength. Many sciatica exercises serve to strengthen the abdominal and back muscles in order to provide more support for the back. Stretching exercises for sciatica target muscles that cause pain when they are tight and inflexible. When patients engage in a regular program of gentle strengthening and stretching exercises, they can recover more quickly from a flare up of sciatica and are less likely to experience future episodes of pain.Specific diagnosis. Most exercise programs will be tailored to address the underlying cause of the patient's sciatic pain, such as a lumbar herniated disc or spinal stenosis. Doing the wrong type of exercise can worsen the sciatic pain, so it is important to get an accurate diagnosis prior to starting a program of sciatica exercises.

1. Piriformis Stretch

 Laying on your back, place both feet flat on the floor with knees bent. Rest your right ankle over the left knee and pull the left thigh toward your chest.Hold stretch for 30 seconds. Repeat on the other side.Remember to keep the top foot flexed to protect your knee.

2. Seated Hip Stretch 

While in a seated position, cross your right leg over your straightened left leg.Hug your right knee with your left arm, making sure to keep your back straight.Hold this stretch for 30-60 seconds, and then repeat on the opposite side.

3. Pigeon Pose Start in Downward-Facing Dog pose with your feet together.

Draw your right knee forward and turn it out to the right so your right leg is bent and your left leg is extended straight behind you. Slowly lower both legs.Hold the position for five to ten breaths, then switch to the other side.

4. Self-Trigger Point Therapy 

Performing self trigger-point therapy using a lacrosse or tennis ball can be very effective at delivering sciatica pain relief.All you have to do is find a painful spot in the glutes, place the ball at that location and then relax your body into the ball.Hold this position for 30-60 seconds or until you notice a significant reduction in pain. Move to the next painful spot. The total time spent on this exercise should be between 5-10 minutes.

Practicing these four exercises once or twice a day can definitely bring you much needed sciatica pain relief.

Postpartum Depression

DPM, MBBS
Psychiatrist, Mumbai
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Symptoms of Postpartum depression and ways to deal with it!

Hi, my name is Dr. Armaan Pandey and this talk that I'm going to have maybe very beneficial if you are a to be parent or you are a new parent. So I'm going to tell you about three aspects of postpartum mental health. Postpartum refers to post delivery, as a lot of you might know. The first thing I want to talk about is a very serious medical condition which is called as postpartum depression. So right before or after the birth of a baby a mother's body suffered through a massive hormonal changes and often these hormonal changes can result in depression. Like we see in depression too the symptoms are very very similar like loss of interest in everything, feeling sad all the time, doesn't want to take care of the babies also at time, doesn't feel like worth living, disturbance in sleep, disturbance in appetite, crying spells, suicidal thoughts and sometimes even thoughts of hurting the baby. So yes your hormones can do this to your brain. Solution is quite simple. A short course of anti-depressant therapy is very very helpful, very efficient in taking away these symptoms. The symptoms go away very quickly and it is quite safe as well.

Another aspect that one must be aware of when it comes to postpartum depression is a milder form called as postpartum blues. Here the woman experiences mood swings, often crying jags, easy irritibality, but these are very short lasting. So most of the days the woman is fine, the mother is fine but sometimes she may display these things and usually postpartum blues gets better on their own, you don't have to do much about it. But it is advisable that you go to a doctor, get yourself checked out and if it is depression then get treatment and get better. The second aspect of mental health, when it comes to mothers, usually when new mothers are concerned is that you have to be aware of something called as mother's guilt.

Now this has got more to do with how the society treats new mother's than what biology does to you. When you deliver your first baby, or even second child for that matter, you are loaded with a barage of instructions, you are supposed to do this, you are not supposed to do that. And these instructions comes from every corner of the world. Your spouse tells you something, parents tell you something else and your in-laws tell you something else, your doctors are also advising you, your neighbours, your relatives and even your maid servants at times. What do you do in that case, and sometimes the advises are contradictory. So, the mother has the burden of making small, tiny decisions for the baby. And every tiny decision she makes she feels guilty that maybe what I'm doing for my child is not right. You need to be aware of this, there is nothing like a perfect mother or a perfect parent. All you have to do is be a good enough parent, a good enough mother. You cannot make sure that your baby is 24x7 happy or comfortable. Your baby is going to cry when she is not comfortable, when she is hungry, when she has some pain and this is going to continue till she can vocalise or verbalise her feelings better. So, do not feel absolutely guilty if you are not able to soothe your baby immediately or if someone tells you otherwise. You have to make a decision, sometimes you have to be assertive with other individuals. Don't be aggressive, don't break into a fight but do not take everything passively too.

The third aspect that is important when it comes to mental health, especially for new parents is that you lose focus of your relationship at times. Because the baby is the centre of the family now, you start ignoring your relationship with your spouse, probably you are more engaged in taking care of the baby for the first two years, which is required, it is inevitable. But during this time a lot of couples experience distancing and people who have problems later on in their marital life often report that this was the turning point. So one has to be mindful. What I can advice you is like you treat your relationship with your partner as your first child, because your relatonship is something you both have created together. It requires constant nurturing, it requires constant attention from you. So if you have another child after your first child you are not going to ignore this first child because you are having another baby.

Of course you can't pay as much attention but you can't neglect it. So for your partner also take out some quality time, do certain small things for them that makes you happy and whenever you can find time do spend quality time together bonding with each other. Remember this fact that you are becoming parents because you are together so you have to take care of this relationship as well. If you are aware of these few aspects of mental health and a lot of other things as well pertaining to parenting I'm sure you are going to enjoy parenthood rather than be stressed about it.

For any further advices or consultation you can book an appointment through Lybrate.com .

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Hello, my mother is 48 years old. Yesterday night she experienced pain between her thigh, she was fainting, vomiting sensation .I want to know is it because of menopause or any other thing.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
Hello, my mother is 48 years old. Yesterday night she experienced pain between her thigh, she was fainting, vomiting ...
Hello, it is unlikely to be due to menopause but cause needs to be investigated, could be low bp, ovarian cyst rupture so an ultrasound pelvis is a must.
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I am 22 years old married. I did not hav intercourse, but my periods hav not come still, my period date is 4 but today is almost 15 th. I have done UPT test, result is negative. Wat is the problem.

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Homeopath, Patna
I am 22 years old married. I did not hav intercourse, but my periods hav not come still, my period date is 4 but toda...
Hello, lybrate user, relax! take, homoeo- medicine * @ pulsatilla 30-6 pills, thrice a day. *take, plenty of water to dilute your blood & eliminate toxins. * take, breakfast lunch & dinner in time and easily digestible * go for meditation to reduce your stress which may also b one of reasons of amenorrhoea. Report, wkly.
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Hi doctor, I am 27 years old, last 3 months pahle mera miscarriage hua tha. Test karene pr pta chla mera blood group A-ve h or mere husband ka O +ve. Jiski wjh se baby survive ni kar paya. Isliye mjhe Anti D ka injection diya gya tha. Now, mai fir se pregnant hu to kya mjhe fir kisi injection ki jarurat hogi.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Hi doctor, I am 27 years old, last 3 months pahle mera miscarriage hua tha. Test karene pr pta chla mera blood group ...
"mera blood group A-ve h or mere husband ka O +ve. Jiski wjh se baby survive ni kar paya" ye bilkul galat hai.Injection dena barabar hai magar kyon vagarah aap samjhe nahi hai. Ha, dusari pregnancy me bhi lena jaruri hai.
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My wife is 33 week pregnant and baby weight is 2221 and water level 11.6 in this last month what is important to eat and avoid on the basis of USG report.

M.B.B.S, D.G.O, DNB, FNB, MNAMS
Gynaecologist, Faridabad
My wife is 33 week pregnant and baby weight is 2221 and water level 11.6 in this last month what is important to eat ...
Ultrasound appears to be normal. She needs to take high protein diet, her supplements regularly, and drink plenty of water.
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Honey - How Eating It Everyday Can Transform Your Health?

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Hyderabad
Honey - How Eating It Everyday Can Transform Your Health?

A sweet way to healthy living, is it even possible? Yes! Did you know that eating honey every day can keep you hale and healthy? You have a reason to smile, as you often control yourselves owing to the calories that come with sweetness. If there is one food that is sweet and healthy, it is none other than honey. Honey contains a treasure chest of hidden nutritional and medicinal values. The sweet golden liquid from the beehive is a popular kitchen staple loaded with antibacterial & antifungal properties and it has been used since ancient times. It is known as a power food in Ayurveda.

Apart from being one of the tastiest sweeteners in the world, honey contains compounds which provide you with immense health benefits. Ayurveda emphasizes the goodness of honey in its treatment methods and here are some of those benefits:

  1. Honey acts as an organic immunity booster: As per the Ayurveda, honey can be used as an ultimate immunity booster. Since the ancient times, honey has been used to create a harmony and perfect balance between the five senses. Daily and balanced consumption of honey undoubtedly leads to improved eyesight, cures impotence, diarrhea and bronchial disorders and more. When consumed with the other medicated herbs, honey increases the effectiveness of those herbs. Due to a powerful immunity system, cough and throat problems also get reduced as a result.
  2. Rich in antioxidants: The antioxidants present in honey help to prevent cancer, high blood pressure and makes your skin healthy. Good quality honey contains a generous amount of antioxidants, such as phenols as well as nutritious compounds like organic acids, flavonoids, etc. Antioxidants can prevent some types of cancer and also help in reducing extremely high blood pressure. The antioxidants in honey also enable you to get a healthy, glowing skin. It can be used as a natural conditioner in the case of rough and frizzy hair.
  3. Keeps your heart healthy: Yes, you can control heart diseases, blood sugar and diabetes with a regular dose of honey. Honey helps you to reduce weight and enable you to reduce the risk of heart diseases. A controlled intake of honey helps in reducing the level of LDL or bad cholesterol or the low-density lipoproteins. At the same time, it raises the level of high-density lipoproteins or HDL or good cholesterol. For weight watchers and people on a diet, honey is a safe option, as it reduces the level of triglycerides, thus reducing the risk of heart diseases and the type 2 diabetes.
  4. Honey acts as natural anti-bacterial and anti-fungal element:  Honey is known to release hydrogen peroxide which acts as an anti-microbial agent that prevents the growth of bacteria.The use of raw honey mixed with water can be used as a mouthwash. Also rubbing honey directly on affected gums gives instant relief from pain and inflammation and other periodontal diseases. It work wonders in any case of gastroenteritis caused by bacteria. The existence of good bacteria like the lactobacilli or bifidobacteria enables it to heal any burn or wound quickly.
  5. Helps with sleep and associated issues: Quite often if you tend to suffer from insomnia or irregular sleep cycles which can result in frequent memory loss along with some other problems. Honey prevents extreme cellular damages by enabling the body to absorb the required calcium.

The level of serotonin also gets increased by honey, and it improves one’s stressed mood and mental condition. Serotonin eventually gets transformed into melatonin which prevents irregular sleep cycles. With just a spoon of honey early in the morning, take advantage of the goodness of honey; adapt your mind, body, and soul to healthier lifestyle options.

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

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What the food (veg & non veg) not taken by the pregnant women from three months to nine months.

MBBS
General Physician, Chandigarh
What the food (veg & non veg) not taken by the pregnant women from three months to nine months.
If a woman is healthy and there are no complications in pregnancy then all veg and non veg food is good but should not take too much of red meats.
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