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Dr. Vijayalakshmi  - Gynaecologist, Bangalore

Dr. Vijayalakshmi

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MBBS, DGO

Gynaecologist, Bangalore

46 Years Experience  ·  600 at clinic
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Dr. Vijaylakshmi has 33 years of experience in the field of Obstetrics and Gynecology.She can handle all kinds of obstetric and gynaecoological emergencies independently....more
Dr. Vijaylakshmi has 33 years of experience in the field of Obstetrics and Gynecology.She can handle all kinds of obstetric and gynaecoological emergencies independently.
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Dr. Vijayalakshmi is a renowned Gynaecologist in Bangalore. You can consult Dr. Vijayalakshmi at Motherhood clinic in bangalore. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Vijayalakshmi on Lybrate.com.

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Education
MBBS - Bangalore Medical College - 1972
DGO - Bangalore Medical College - 1975
Languages spoken
English
Professional Memberships
Bangalore Society of Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Federation of Obstetric and Gynaecological Societies of India (FOGSI)

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No.-324, CMH Road, Indiranagar 1st StageBangalore Get Directions
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I am having problem of PCOS. I consulted gynecologist and treatment was also done but still the problem is same. I am a married women and also planning for child. Please guide me what should be done properly to solve this problem?

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General Physician, Cuttack
I am having problem of PCOS. I consulted gynecologist and treatment was also done but still the problem is same. I am...
1.In PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome )many small cysts appear in ovary-causing hormonal imbalance.there is production of excess Testosterone.Omega 3 Fatty acid reducece excess Testosterone and can be used in the treatment 2.They secrete more androgen 3.The symptoms are weight gain,acne, decreased ovulation, irregular period, infertility, depression, extra facial and body hair, hair loss from scalp, insulin resistance causing Diabetes. 4.it is genetically inherited,runs in families 5.it can be diagnosed by pelvic laparoscopy/vaginal ultrasound. 6.Treatment-surgery/anti androgen therapy 7.consult gynecologist for advice and treatment
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Hello, I am 32 years female , I gone through from molar pregnancy after this treated I have normal menstruation but from one an half month I have no periods . Hope its not a problem. Please suggest.

BHMS
Homeopath, Faridabad
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I am 32 years female , I gone through from molar pregnancy after this treated I have normal menstruation but f...
Hi, Get a pregnancy test done to rule out pregnancy first. If you are not pregnant, other causes of missed or irregular periods include: Excessive weight loss or gain. Although low body weight is a common cause of missed or irregular periods, obesity also can cause menstrual problems. Eating disorders, such as anorexia or bulimia. For more information, see the topic Anorexia Nervosa or Bulimia Nervosa. Increased exercise. Missed periods are common in endurance athletes. Emotional stress. Illness. Travel. Medicines such as birth control methods, which may cause lighter, less frequent, more frequent, or skipped periods or no periods at all. Hormone problems. This may cause a change in the levels of the hormones that the body needs to support menstruation. Illegal drug use. Problems with the pelvic organs , such as imperforate hymen, polycystic ovary syndrome, or Asherman's syndrome. Breast-feeding. Many women do not resume regular periods until they have completed breast-feeding. Other diseases such as irritable bowel syndrome, tuberculosis, liver disease, and diabetes can cause missed or irregular periods, although this is rare. Any nutritional deficiency can also lead to Menstrual problem/ irregularity. Take more of green vegetables, nuts, salads, seasonal fruits, yellow coloured veggies, milk & milk products, plenty of water and enough of sleep & rest. Take homoeopathic medication – Schwabe's Five Phos. And Alfaalfa Tonic – both thrice daily for 1 month.
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World Blood Donation Day - Why You Must Donate Blood?

MD-Internal Medicine , MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
World Blood Donation Day - Why You Must Donate Blood?

June 14, is celebrated around the world as the World Blood Donor Day every year. The event, established in 2004, helps raise awareness about the need for safe blood and blood products like platelets. This day is observed to thank all the blood donors worldwide for their voluntary, life-saving gift of blood.

Why should you donate blood?
You may not know this but blood donation by just 1% of the population can meet a nation’s requirements for blood. Blood transfusion can save lives and improves health this is a fact that we all know and acknowledge, but many patients requiring transfusion do not get timely access to safe blood, resulting in preventable death. 

You would not wish such a death on our near and dear ones, would you?
This is the reason why healthy, voluntary donors like you and us must donate blood regularly. Voluntary, unpaid blood donors are also the backbone of a country’s blood donor base as they are the safest group of donors with the lowest prevalence of blood borne infections like hepatitis and HIV. Low risk populations are people who do not indulge in high-risk activities like unprotected sex, drug use etc. The World Health Organization’s goal is for all countries to obtain their entire blood supplies through voluntary unpaid donors.

Blood transfusion is needed for:

  1. Women with complications during pregnancy, like ectopic pregnancies, also called high-risk pregnancies, and hemorrhage before, during or after childbirth
  2. Anaemic children due to malaria or malnutrition
  3. People with severe trauma due to accidents and natural disasters
  4. Complex medical and surgical procedures like for cancer
  5. Regular blood transfusions for people with conditions such as thalassaemia and sickle cell anemia, a disease where the blood can’t transmit enough oxygen to body cells.
  6. To make products such as clotting factors for people with haemophilia
  7. Fresh blood is needed all the time because blood can be stored for only a limited time before use.

Hence, regular blood donations by an optimum number of blood donors who are healthy are required to ensure that safe blood is available whenever and wherever it is needed.

  • Indeed, blood is the most precious gift that you can give to another person. It’s a gift of life.
  • Your decision to donate your blood can save a life, or even several lives. This can happen if your blood is separated into its components like red blood cells, platelets and plasma. These can be used individually for patients with specific conditions like platelets can be used for treating dengue because this viral infection can damage one’s blood platelets.

Need another reason to donate blood?
Well, you can get a number of health benefits when you donate blood. You will receive a mini physical at the time of blood donation to check your:
• Pulse
Haemoglobin levels
• Blood pressure
• Body temperature

And contrary to belief, your body replaces the blood lost at the time of a donation effortlessly and without any harm to your system. So donate blood regularly and save lives. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a General Physician.

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Am not getting my period from. 48 days and getting negative result in pregnancy test am confusing about am pregnancy or not 3 months back I get an cervix polyp removal.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Am not getting my period from. 48 days and getting negative result in pregnancy test am confusing about am pregnancy ...
If test is negative you are not pregnant, If want to confirm may get blood test done serum HCG-Beta. Meet Gynecologist for reports and hormonal treatment.
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From when I should start taking Duphaston 10 mg. Wanted to postpone my periods by 2-3 days. Is it safe while planning to go for IVF.

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IVF Specialist, Mohali
From when I should start taking Duphaston 10 mg. Wanted to postpone my periods by 2-3 days. Is it safe while planning...
Hello In case you need to postpone your periods, start Duphaston one week prior to expected date of periods. N it is safe.
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I'm pregnant 22 weeks now. My bp is 130/80. I reduced salt and oil. But it is in the same. What I have to do for normal bp level. Without using medicine how to decrease?

MBBS, DGO, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology)
Gynaecologist, Chennai
I'm pregnant 22 weeks now. My bp is 130/80. I reduced salt and oil. But it is in the same. What I have to do for norm...
Hi.your BP is perfectly normal. No need to decrease.If you are taking any medicine for BP continue the same dosage.If this BP is without any medication it is absolutely normal and you do not need any medication.
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Wife tested for pregnancy and hcg level shows 27.5.Please advice whether pregnant or not.

BASM, MD, MS (Counseling & Psychotherapy), MSc - Psychology, Certificate in Clinical psychology of children and Young People, Certificate in Psychological First Aid, Certificate in Positive Psychology, Positive Psychiatry and Mental Health
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Wife tested for pregnancy and hcg level shows 27.5.Please advice whether pregnant or not.
Dear user. I can understand. Please don't be panic. I suggest you to consult a gynecologist in person. We are here to help you in every aspect of your mental and physical health. Any sexual or psychological problems can be cured with the help of various methods and therapies. I suggest you to post your query with every detail here. We will help you in overcoming your problems certainly. Take care.
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Burning Penis Pain - What To Do When It Hurts To Pee?

MD - General Medicine
Sexologist, Delhi
Burning Penis Pain - What To Do When It Hurts To Pee?

Burning Penis Pain - What to Do When It Hurts to Pee?

Ouch! Nothing gets a man's attention faster than the feeling of passing fire at the urinal. Any man who has experienced painful urination knows that it is nothing to be taken lightly. Not only is it a particularly painful predicament, but penis pain on urination could be a sign that medical attention is needed. Read on to learn some possible causes behind this prickly problem, as well as lifestyle tips for keeping the penis healthy and pain free.

Why does it hurt to pee?

Is it an undiagnosed UTI (Urinary Tract Infection)? Probably the most common culprit for painful urination in women, UTI's are less common among men, but they are still a frequent occurrence. A UTI may originate when nasty bacteria make their way up the urethra, leading to an immune system response. A UTI brings with it a frequent urge to urinate - even though only a few drops of urine may be released - and an unpleasant burning sensation. Bumping up liquid intake -- especially cranberry juice, has proven benefits for urinary health -- and getting an antibiotic from a doctor should clear the infection up pretty quickly.


Could Chlamydia be to blame?

An STD can certainly cause pain in the penis; and it often comes with other warning signs, such a sores, lumps, bumps, discharge and fever. In addition to the big C, other sexually transmitted diseases that are commonly associated with penis pain include gonorrhea and herpes. STDs can come with a whole host of other side effects - some serious and some mild - so it is important to get checked out by the doctor any time an STD is suspected. Additionally, it is possible to pass an infection on to a partner even if no symptoms are present; so in addition to always using a condom, men who are sexually active should complete their full regimen of treatment as recommended by their doctor.

Should stones be considered?

Kidney and bladder stones are definitely a potential cause of pain during urination. Not only do they cause burning, but they can also severely restrict the flow of urine! The final insult of kidney or bladder stones is that they very often have to be passed through the body through the urinary tract.

Perhaps the prostate is the problem?

An enlarged or infected prostate is yet another potential cause for pain at the urinal. While a chronically enlarged prostate - medically known as benign prostatic hyperplasia -- may be more common in men of advanced age, virtually all men are susceptible to a short term infection and inflammation of the prostate, also known as prostatitis. Just like stones, conditions that impact the prostate cause slow and painful urination, which is reason enough to seek medical intervention to get things back to normal down there.

Maintaining Penis Health

No matter what caused the pain to originate, one thing is for sure; any man who suffers from painful urination will want it to subside quickly and stay away forever. While it would be ideal if there was a surefire way to prevent penis pain, very few things in life come with a 100% guarantee. However, there are steps a man can take to keep his penis healthy and reduce his chances of serious problems.

  • Use a condom: Not only does it decrease the spread of STDs; it also prevents yeast and other bacteria from entering the penis and causing unpleasant infections.
  • Answer nature's call: Sometimes a man has to hold it, as when he is stuck in traffic or an important meeting, but as a general rule - the call of nature should be answered as promptly as possible. Holding urine for prolonged periods of time increases the chance of infection.
  • Practice good hygiene: Showers are our friends. Cleaning the penis with soap and water eliminates unwanted bacteria, which can cause not only infections, but also unpleasant odors. As an added caution, men should also hop in the shower after working out and after sex, even if it is just for a quick rinse, to eliminate bacteria.
  • Use vitamin A: Using a penis health cream that contains vitamin A (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil) can eliminate infection and odor causing bacteria reducing the chance of infection. A penis health formula that is applied after every shower can provide added protection, as well as leaving the skin health and supple in appearance.
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