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Dr. Nithya Devi

MBBS

Gynaecologist, Chennai

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Dr. Nithya Devi is one of the best Gynaecologists in Indira Nagar, Chennai. She has completed MBBS . She is currently associated with Sri PadmaPriya Hospital in Indira Nagar, Chennai. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Nithya Devi on Lybrate.com.

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Sri PadmaPriya Hospital

No.28, 1st Avenue, Indira Nagar,Adyar. Landmark: Near Adyar Post Office & Near Adyar Petrol Bunk, ChennaiChennai Get Directions
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HI, My last month period was on 8th October. But this month my period is late by 11 days. I have done 2 home pregnancy test last week but both are negative. How to know whether I am pregnant or not?

BAMS, MD - Ayurveda
Ayurveda, Navi Mumbai
HI, My last month period was on 8th October. But this month my period is late by 11 days. I have done 2 home pregnanc...
Dear Lybrate User, Received your health query thank you for the same. Kindly do the Beta HCG (Blood Test) which can give you correct information. For any further clinical assistance kindly revert back to my consultation page. Thanking You.
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Last I had my periods in june, and its September since I dnt have my periods. But i'm doing cardio exercise & little dieting since june. What may be the reason for much irregular periods?

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Last I had my periods in june, and its September since I dnt have my periods. But i'm doing cardio exercise & little ...
If sexually active do urine pregnancy test, if not active or pregnancy ruled out then meet Gynecologist.
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I want to delay my periods for 1 week. Suggest me the medicine and how and when to take it.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
I want to delay my periods for 1 week. Suggest me the medicine and how and when to take it.
There are hormonal drugs for same but any drug can be prescribed by only doctor who has examined you or can examine you so go to such medical practitioner.
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Hello doctor. I am 5 months. Doctors done ma a anamolous scan. In the scanning report they said that there is single echogenic intercourse focus (EIF) in the left ventricle of the foods. I am so panic to listen that. Please help me, there is any problem in the functioning of the organs, after the birth of the baby and during the growth of the baby.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
Hello doctor. I am 5 months. Doctors done ma a anamolous scan. In the scanning report they said that there is single ...
An echogenic focus in a a fetus's heart is very common, even in normal babies. Usually it goes away on its own and has no other meaning. Women are more likely to see this in their fetuses. Its basically a small deposit of calcium in the babies heart that is usually reabsorbed by the third trimester. It can be a soft marker for down's syndrome, but if its the only marker, then this is very very unlikely. That is why the marker is called "soft" It does not mean a hard diagnosis and these markers are present in normal babies also and they go away when the fetus grows. Only if there are 3-4 soft markers the doctors will be concerned because they will feel its too many to be a coincidence, and recommend additional tests like amniocentesis. Even then, most babies turn out to be normal.
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My wife has done her pregnancy test 2 days before, it came positive pregnancy. We are also planning to have baby. Now suggest me what is next step to do? What should be kept in mind? Which vaccine has to given & at what time?

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
My wife has done her pregnancy test 2 days before, it came positive pregnancy.
We are also planning to have baby.
Now...
Hello Barkha .. The first step is to consult a gynecologist for antenatal check up... In that they will check whether the pregnancy is normal or not and will also suggest what to do and not...and all about vaccines..
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Prevent Yourself Against STDs - 5 Tips At Your Rescue!

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), MD - Alternate Medicine, Certified Course In Herbal(Ayurvedic) Medicine
Sexologist, Ludhiana
Prevent Yourself Against STDs - 5 Tips At Your Rescue!

A STD is transmitted by means of physical intimate contact and intercourse. These diseases are caused by parasites, virus or bacteria. Usually STDs are preventable provided you make the right choices concerning your sexual health. Refraining from sex isn’t a feasible idea at all. But fortunately there are alternatives too to curb the menace that STDs are:

  1. Mutual monogamy: Two people who have sex only with one another don’t have any opportunity to bring a new STD into the relationship. If you and your partner have been tested and are healthy, remaining faithful to each other is a very good way to reduce your chances of contracting an STD.
  2. Get Vaccinated: One important prevention tool against STIs is vaccination. Currently, vaccines are available to protect against infection with HPV, hepatitis A and hepatitis B. Talk to your healthcare provider to see which vaccines might be recommended for you.
  3. Protect Yourself: Condoms work really well in stopping most STIs from being passed from an infected partner to another when they are used consistently and correctly every time a person has oral, vaginal or anal sex. Consistently and correctly means that a person makes sure they use a condom every time they have oral, vaginal or anal sex and put it on and use it the right way.
  4. Avoid alcohol and drug use: Avoiding alcohol and recreational drug use reduces the risk of contracting an STI, having an unwanted pregnancy, or being coerced to have sex. Alcohol and drug use can reduce our ability to make good decisions. It may also make us more likely to be talked into into participating in an activity without being able to give our full consent.
  5. Consider male circumcision: There's evidence that male circumcision can help reduce a man's risk of acquiring HIV from an infected woman (heterosexual transmission) by as much as 60 percent. Male circumcision may also help prevent transmission of genital HPV and genital herpes.

Coping and Support:

It's traumatic to find out you have an STI. You might be angry if you feel you've been betrayed or ashamed if there's a chance you infected others. At worst, an STI can cause chronic illness and death, even with the best care in the world. Between those extremes is a host of other potential losses is trust between partners, plans to have children and the joyful embrace of your sexuality and its expression.

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

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I'm 31 years Old and my TSH IS 9.10 AND I also have pcos with regular periods and we are trying for kids since 5 years.

MBBS, DGO, MD, Fellowship in Gynae Oncology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
I'm 31 years Old and my TSH IS 9.10 AND I also have pcos with regular periods and we are trying for kids since 5 years.
First you need to control tsh level by medication and start doing weight loss exercise. Along with that consult infertility specialist get investigation done required.
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Infertility - Causes And Treatment

MBBS, M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Delhi
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I have a small pricking pain in my left armpit connected to my breast tissue but both my breast is soft if I press then I feel pain my breast is sagging what good bra I should wear please give me perfect answer by experts.

MCh - Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
Cosmetic/Plastic Surgeon, Bangalore
Hello mam. The small pricking pain can be anything from a small folliculitis to an infected sebaceous cyst etc. Its always better to get it examined before coming to any decision. The sagging of the breast however is a concern which many women at >35 years of age experience due to the hormonal effects from the child birth and breastfeeding. A regular normal fitting bra (neither too loose, nor tight) from the exact body measurements and the use of sports bra during any exercises or jogging should help in preventing further sagging of the breasts. The breast lift procedure can help you in getting a well shaped lifted breasts, which will look good in any kind of dress. You can contact me for any more details.
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