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Dr. amrita pandey

Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Gynaecologist, Bilaspur

8 Years Experience
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Dr. amrita pandey is a renowned Gynaecologist in Athani Main Road, Bilaspur. She has helped numerous patients in her 8 years of experience as a Gynaecologist. She is a Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology . She is currently associated with Pandey Clinic in Athani Main Road, Bilaspur. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. amrita pandey on Lybrate.com.

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Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology - Ahmedabad Institute of Medical Sciences, Ahmedabad - 2010
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World No Tobacco Day - Making An Effort To Control Tobacco Usage!

M.D - Respiratory Medicine
Pulmonologist, Hyderabad
World No Tobacco Day - Making An Effort To Control Tobacco Usage!

When man first started using tobacco, he probably did not know that it would grow to be an epidemic that could cause multiple health issues. Be it smoking or chewing, tobacco has severe negative effects on health. Take any of current lifestyle diseases from diabetes to infertility to obesity, the common risk factor is tobacco abuse. In addition, depending on the form of tobacco used, specific organs are affected. For instance, chewing tobacco leads to oral cancer while smoking causes lung cancer.

The statistics around tobacco abuse are extremely startling and can be read below:

  • A total of about 90 trillion rupees are spent on various tobacco products.
  • About 1.4 trillion is spent on healthcare related to conditions caused by tobacco abuse.
  • India has about 120 million tobacco users.
  • More than 7 million people die every year due to tobacco usage.
  • The Government has levied a GST of 28% on cigarettes, making them unaffordable, which is one of the ways to promote quitting.
  • For those who want to quit but are not able to, there is a quit-line setup, which is toll-free, 1800-11-2356 and is accessible from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Tobacco is a menace in all the strata of society. The lower economic classes are adversely affected both due to lack of knowledge and healthcare facilities. Therefore, the government uses the World No Tobacco Day (WNTD) that is observed by all members of the World Health Organization as an opportunity to drive this awareness.

This is celebrated on May 31st every year. Some measures that are taken to promote 'say no to tobacco' campaign are listed below.

  1. In 1975, the Cigarettes (Regulation of Production, Supply, and Distribution) Act was introduced, which made it mandatory for cigarette packs to have a warning stating “Smoking Kills” or “Smoking is injurious to health.”
  2. Marketing campaigns are shown in the movie theaters at the beginning of movies which depict the hazards of tobacco
  3. Smoking is banned in most public areas, and warnings are on display.
  4. Children below 18 are not sold tobacco products. If in doubt, the seller can ask for age identification.
  5. Schools and colleges do not have tobacco selling within 100 meters of the campus.
  6. The price increase ensures that not everybody has easy access to cigarettes.
  7. Celebrities promote quitting tobacco and smoking by talking about their personal stories.
  8. Restaurants have separate smoking sections where children are not allowed to sit
  9. Tobacco in form of beedi and gutkha also needs to be targeted, as the lower income groups often use these. Also, beedi is sold as single units, so cost is not a deterrent.

How can a healthcare professional help you?

A healthcare professional plays a vital role in a smokers life, as it the healthcare professional that can increase the odds of quitting with guidance, medication, and support. 

What should a healthcare professional do?

  • Identify people who smoke 
  • Motivate them to quit or think about quitting
  • Refer a person who smokes for treatment and support
  • Support ongoing abstinence

What is the right smoking cessation strategy?

  • Ask: Every smoker to visit a healthcare professional
  • Advise: Urge the smoker to leave smoking
  • Assess: Assess whether the person is willing to quit in 30 days
  • Assist: Plan and help Rx Quit
  • Arrange: Arrange a follow-up through phone or sms or in person

What is that people who smoke need help with?

  • First and  the foremost challenge are the withdrawal symptoms 
  • Urge to smoke and borderline depression with a possibility of relapse
  • People who have high pre-abstinence nicotine intake

How to get over the initial withdrawal discomfort?

  • Behavioral support is of proven efficacy
    • Can be delivered in different formats
      • Face-to-face
      • Telephone
      • Internet
  • Nicotine replacement therapy and nortriptyline are of proven efficacy

Facts On Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT)

  • There are no real contradictions related to NRT
  • No drug interactions 
  • Side effects, if there are any are localized e.g.
    • Taste of oral products
    • Hiccups with the mouth spray 
    • Skin irritation with patch 

Treatment for quitting Nicotine 

  • Medications: Medicines which are useful adjuncts in the determined but unsuccessful quitters are Varenicline and Bupropion
  • Electronic cigarette: Electronic cigarettes are not as effective as imagined and have few side effects 

Though smoking out in the open has reduced, there are miles to cover when it comes to eradication of tobacco. 

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I am 39 years old lady. I married last 6 months. Now I want early pregnancy. Kindly suggest me the procedure.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
I am 39 years old lady. I married last 6 months. Now I want early pregnancy. Kindly suggest me the procedure.
I will suggest you to first confirm your ovulation day and than plan daily sexual activity four days before and after that ovulation date
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My wife is now 11 weeks 4 days in her pregnancy. Yesterday we had the NT scan which shows all is normal expect they can't visualise the stomach the during the scan. Pls help me understand is it a reason to worry. Thanks!

Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
My wife is now 11 weeks 4 days in her pregnancy.
Yesterday we had the NT scan which shows all is normal expect they c...
Nothing to worry. At 11 weeks, organ formation just starts and we cannot differentiate stomach. We are more concerned with heart beat & gestational age shown on ultrasound vs. Missed date by calender ,even there can be variations among the two but only for about 5-6 days+ or - good luck to you to get to see normal stomach around 16 weeks +
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I hav diagnosed with pcod from last 3 years. I get my periods when I take tablets. And I am married, me and my husband planning for a baby from last 6 months but I didn't conceive yet, even I am taking treatment for pcod. And my blood report says I hav high count of LH. My husband recently diagnosed with hypothyroidism and has less sperm count, so now please suggest me what the further step? Whether taking hormone supplements effects badly and until how many days to continue the tabs?

Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
I hav diagnosed with pcod from last 3 years. I get my periods when I take tablets. And I am married, me and my husban...
pcod is a lifestyle disorder and not a disease your husband is suffering from low count try ivf baby instead of adding on tensions money spent for longer periods creates more tensions compared to money spent during few days with good hope of results
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How to control bleeding after sex for the first time, Will it bleed for days? If bleed of blood is dark what does it indicate? please help me out.

MBBS
Sexologist, Panchkula
Bleeding after sex. I advise you to press the bleeding area for few seconds till bleeding stops. It will not bleed for days. Bleed which remains over the wound for sometime, becomes dark. I advise you to avoid soap or oil on affected part, just wash with tap water properly. For better guidance and proper treatment, consult me.
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Role Of Physiotherapy In Multiple Sclerosis!

MPTh/MPT, BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Delhi
Role Of Physiotherapy In Multiple Sclerosis!

What is Multiple Sclerosis?
Multiple sclerosis is a neurological condition and is caused by damage to myelin, which protects the nerve fibres of the central nervous system.

Symptoms

  1. Fatigue
  2. Depression
  3. Cognitive problems
  4. Loss of sight and mobility
  5. Double vision
  6. Blindness in one eye
  7. Muscle weakness
  8. Trouble with sensation
  9. Trouble with coordination

How Can Physiotherapy Help You?
Physiotherapy can help in cases of multiple sclerosis by providing:

  1. Physical independence
  2. Flexibility
  3. Strength
  4. Fitness
  5. Increased chances of staying in employment
  6. Improved general health and quality of life

Ways of Therapy for Multiple Sclerosis
1. Improve posture

  • By putting the right muscle in the right place and at the right time to help it work efficiently.
  • This is required for balancing, walking, and improving arm and hand function.

2. Improve Balance

  • Multiple sclerosis can alter the way in which a person moves, making him/her feel as if he/she is more likely to fall.
  • Neurological physiotherapy helps rebuild poor balance.

3. Improve Walking

 

  • Walking is affected because of general or specific muscle weakness.
  • The general weakness can be addressed by exercises.
  • In specific weakness, the treatment is likely to be more specialized with rehabilitation technology.
  • The most common treatment method for a drop foot or a floppy foot is with functional electrical stimulation (FES).

4. Improve Spasticity

  • Muscle spasms, pain, or stiffness in the muscles are experienced by these patients.
  • The physiotherapist can help reduce the problems associated with this type of altered muscle function and leg weakness.
  • The therapy involves stretches to help you maintain mobility and prevent muscle spasms. It also includes training on how to use mobility aids like a cane, walker, or a wheelchair.
  • For rehabilitation exercises, splints or orthoses are used.

5. Improve Fatigue

  • Fatigue is a symptom of multiple sclerosis; however, people also get fatigued because of the extra effort they have to invest in all their activities.
  • Neurological physiotherapy will work with you to help you manage the fatigue so you can save your energy for the good stuff.

During a relapse

  1. A relapse — also called a flare or exacerbation — is a period of time when symptoms of multiple sclerosis are more frequent or severe.
  2. During this period, you may have greater difficulty with everyday tasks that include working, cooking, walking, or bathing.

Progressive multiple sclerosis

  1. If you have primary progressive multiple sclerosis, you don’t experience relapses. Instead, your disease is on a gradual, constant decline.
  2. For advanced multiple sclerosis
    • People with advanced multiple sclerosis have severe multiple sclerosis symptoms.
    • People with advanced multiple sclerosis are non-ambulatory.
    • It means they cannot walk or get around without help from another person or a motorized device. Also, people at this stage have an increased risk of developing other health conditions such as osteoporosis or epilepsy.

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

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My age 23 I use to skipping exercise every day for maintain my body weight this one I continue means in future after marriage for me uterus problems come for me ah?

MBBS
General Physician, Cuttack
Daily exercise has got nothing to do with uterus problem in future. Don't worry and continue with your exercise but avoid sustained and severe physical exertion.
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