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Dr. Abdul Basith

Gynaecologist, Chennai

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Dr. Abdul Basith is an experienced Gynaecologist in Porur, Chennai. He is currently associated with Sri Ramachandra Medical College & Research Institute in Porur, Chennai. Book an appointment online with Dr. Abdul Basith on Lybrate.com.

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Dr. Sapna Zarwal Tells You How To Improve Your Bed-time Routine

M.Sc - Applied Psychology
Psychologist, Gurgaon
Dr. Sapna Zarwal Tells You How To Improve Your Bed-time Routine
You might have a wonderful morning routine to keep you healthy. However, do you know what really determines health is also your bed time routine? Each night you end one day and stand at the brink of starting a new one. It is therefore crucial how you organize your bed time.

Here are 7 things to adopt for your bed time-

1) Plan for next day: Preparing in advance always gives you more time and leaves you stress free. Things like looking for keys, deciding what to wear etc make you late and add to your morning stress. Prepare also for breakfast or what to cook the next day. Planning at night doesnt take much time and makes your next day start on a good note.

2) Shut out the buzz: Most of us say goodnight to family and head to bed only to spend the next hour checking Facebook and social media. Or you end up watching a funny video or movie late into the night. If you keep yourself distracted, you can't go off to sleep early or get quality sleep. The light from your gadget's screen can be harmful and stress inducing. It is best to give yourself an hour away from your mobile phone or other gadgets before you sleep.

3) Write a 'Thank-You' Diary: There are many ways to become a more positive person and the best is to have appreciation. Try finding out that 1 thing (more is better) that you are thankful for. Do it everyday. This practice right ahead of your sleep time calms you down, makes you feel happy, satisfied and goes on a long way in contributing to a heathy lifestyle.

4) Stretch it out: Like most people do you also have a job where you keep sitting for long hours? Stretching really works, it helps lengthen tendons and muscles and can reduce the frequency and severity of cramps ensuring you get a better night's sleep.

5) Try meditating: Our work life has become ever so demanding, we are constantly bombarded with information via the television, social media, the internet, friends and work which results in stress and anxiety! Few minutes of meditation before bed, slows down your brain activity which results in a deeper and more peaceful sleep. You will wake up feeling well-rested, energized and ready to take on the day!

6) Book by your side: Reading before bed is has amazing benefits. Firstly, it calms the nerves by eliminating excess sound and vision stimulus (exactly the opposite of what you get from watching television!). It helps you to wind down and sleep better, it also improves brain function, your memory and the thinking process overall.

7) Sleep is crucial: Foremost is to simply make sleep a priority. It is not as simple as it sounds. Sleep deficiency directly relates to increased stress, weight gain and productivity loss. Going to bed late and managing with 5 or 6 hours sleep sets a bad tone for your day.

Your happiness and general wellbeing is controlled by how relaxing you make your bed time.

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We have been in a physical relationship And she has not had her normal periods but there are no signs of pregnancy. Can you guys suggest something?

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
We have been in a physical relationship
And she has not had her normal periods but there are no signs of pregnancy. C...
I can only suggest you at this stage to go for urine pregnancy test to confirm your belief.dont take chances.
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I am 13 weeks 3 days pregnant. Sometimes I have periods like pain in vagina and cervix. No other difficulties. Is this normal? My weight is 70 and height 164. Should I reduce my weight?

BHMS
Homeopath, Hyderabad
I am 13 weeks 3 days pregnant. Sometimes I have periods like pain in vagina and cervix. No other difficulties. Is thi...
Don't try to reduce your weight, in fact during pregnancy you need to gain at least 12 kgs of weight, so is there any vaginal infection because of which this pain may arise and this will be common if because of any infection.
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Health Tip!

MDS Prosthodontics, BDS
Dentist, Bhilwara
Health Tip!

After 1st sitting, you might face problem of ulceration, then you would be prescribed with relieving gel, apply it with cotton applicator tip.(you can use ear bud)

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Asking how diagnosed Helicobacter Heilmannii can be treated in a 16 year female with allergy to amoxicillin.

BHMS
Homeopath, Chennai
Asking how diagnosed Helicobacter Heilmannii can be treated in a 16 year female with allergy to amoxicillin.
Homoeopathy is ideal for all ages for most of ailments acting a better substitute for antibiotics, anti allergic & other kinds of medicine. Today most common problem especially in children is cold & cough which is due to lack of IMMUNITY to fight against infections in our surroundings. Homoeopathy acts as a best source of medicine to boost immunity & fight against infections. Homoeopathy also offers treatment in all allergic, acute & long lasting chronic diseases by improving immunity. You can easily take an online consultation for further treatment guidance and permanent cure without any side effects
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I have small acnes on my both breasts what could be reason for this and is there any serious in that. Few months back in Jan -18 my TSH was at high level approx 8.00 now it is fine is it related to that or what else?

MBBS, M.S. General Surgery, M.R.C.S. England, M.Ch. Surgical Oncology, DNB Surgical Oncology, FEBS Surgical Oncology, DNB General Surgery, MNAMS, FMAS, FIAGES, FAIS, FICS, FEBS Breast Surgery, FACS, Fellowship IFHNOS & MSKCC USA, Fellowship in breast and oncplastic Surgery
Oncologist, Mumbai
The breast acne could be a part of generalised acne or folliculitis. Sometimes it may be an allergic reaction. Better to show it to a dermatologist. The TSH of 8 is suggestive of hypothyroidism. Better to re-evaluate again in 4-6 weeks along with T3 and T4 levels and consider starting thyroxine tablets for the same. Also, see an endocrinologist for the same. To do an ultrasound of the thyroid would be advisable Feel free to contact me directly if you want to discuss this further.
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PCOD - How Ayurveda Can Help You Treat It?

Bachelor of Ayurveda Medicine & Surgery (BAMS), MD [Masters In Ayurveda - Kaumarabhrutiya( Pediatrics)]
Ayurveda, Panipat
PCOD - How Ayurveda Can Help You Treat It?

PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) can throw life in jeopardy. A disorder of the endocrine system, PCOS is characterized by the formation of a cyst or multiple cysts in the ovary of a woman of reproductive age. More than often, PCOS affects the ovulation process giving rise to many complications including infertility and menstrual problems. In women with PCOS, the level of the hormone androgen is found to be quite elevated. While conventional treatments and surgical options are available, people are gradually switching over to Ayurvedic treatment. With a holistic approach amalgamated with a healthy diet and beneficial modifications and lifestyle changes, Ayurveda has been instrumental in treating the condition of PCOS with elan. In this article, we will discuss the Ayurvedic approach to deal with PCOD and the associated symptoms.

To enjoy a sound and disease free health, a proper balance and equilibrium between the three doshas (Vata, Pitta, and Kapha) are essential. A disruption of the dosha balance can, in turn, trigger contamination and impairment of the any of the seven Dhatus or tissues (Rasa Dhatu, Rakta Dhatu, Mamsa Dhatu, Meda Dhatu, Asthi Dhatu, Majja Dhatu, Shukra Dhatu) leading to a built-up of internal toxins (Ama).

In PCOS, there is vitiation of the Kapha Dosha that goes on to block the Vata and Pitta Doshas. The vitiation affects the Rakta and Rasa Dhatu which triggers the Ama to build up in the Manovahi Strotas (mind channels). This acts as a catalyst resulting in a hormonal imbalance with the symptoms and complications characteristic of PCOS.

Ayurvedic Treatment for PCOS
Once the trigger for PCOS has been diagnosed, the next step involves cleansing (detoxifying) the body of the harmful Ama through

  1. The use of medicated oil baths and oil massages (Oleation) and Fomentation (the body is made to sweat excessively).
  2. A Therapy known as Panchakarma is often used to carry out the necessary detoxification.
  3. Oleation and Fomentation, extensively used in Panchakarma go a long way to soften as well as liquify the toxins which remain attached to the body tissues. The softened and liquefied toxins are then easily eliminated and flushed out using different Panchakarma steps (Vamana, Nasya, Basti, Virechana, and Raktamokshana).
  4. There is also a dietary modification. In most of the times, a woman with PCOS is recommended a light and vegetarian diet, avoiding saturated and trans fats (Bad fats such as Margarine, cookies, pastries).
  5. Processed and refined foods, desserts, candies, red meat, dairy products (high fats) aerated drinks, and beverages, white bread, are best left avoided.
  6. Include foods such as onion, cauliflower, grapefruit, peaches, apples, oats, (low glycemic index).
  7. Choose complex carbohydrates (lentils, beans, oatmeal, whole grain bread, green leafy vegetables) over simple ones.
  8. Drink more fluids (water, fresh fruit juice, soup).
  9. Exercise and meditation is a must. However, do not overstress yourself.
  10. Keep stress (physical, mental, emotional) at bay.
  11. Methi seeds and flax seeds can work wonders for PCOS. You can soak the methi seeds in water (overnight) and drink the water the next day.

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

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How many days we can still wait for labour pains after the expected date of delivery? Please advice.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
How many days we can still wait for labour pains after the expected date of delivery? Please advice.
Hi . We can wait upto 1 week after the expected delivery date for labour pains to start on their own but that has some risks involved. Waiting after the dates can result in decreased liquor of the baby, causing stress to baby, which in turn will make the baby pass stool in uterus, if the baby inhales the stool then she will having lung infections, will not cry after birth and may need nicu admission. I usually do not wait beyond 2-3 days after crossing the dates for this very reason. I suggest you visit your doctor and get the baby examined by nst (non stress test) and ultrasound to see for liquor. If both are fine you can wait for 2 days. These tests need to be done alternate day after the expected dates to ensure that the baby is doing well inside. Your doctor will advise the best after seeing the reports. Hope this information has helped you. All the best.
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Respected sir i am 26 age as i am getting period early.Actually i will get my period on 1st of every month but last month i had got my period on 1st and again on 26th of same month now in this month i had got my period on 20th i am very much worried plz give some sloution to my problem.This early period causes any cancers or it is due to harmonal imbalance plz clarify my doubt

MD - Maternity & Child Health
Gynaecologist, Bangalore
Hello. I am a female gynecologist. Do not worry about cancers at this age. U need to be treated to regularise ur cycles for a period of 3-6 months. After that u ll b fine. Do consult whenever u ve time for it.
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