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Dr. Vivek Mady

Gynaecologist, Chennai

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Dr. Vivek Mady is an experienced Gynaecologist in Poonamallee High Road, Chennai. You can meet Dr. Vivek Mady personally at R.K. Hospital in Poonamallee High Road, Chennai. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Vivek Mady on Lybrate.com.

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How get normal hormones level Serum prolactin .today level 54.59 ng/ml. Without pregnant age 22 years female.

Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
How get normal hormones level Serum prolactin .today level 54.59 ng/ml. Without pregnant age 22 years female.
prolactin hormone is milk hormone, secreted by pregnant women during and after pregnancy to feed the baby some women do have high levels of prolactin hormone levels leading to impaired periods, bloating, weight gain pituitary gland in brain needs to be investigated by CT scan to rule out other swellings around it good news is, if pituitary is normal, in shape and size, there are good medicines to bring down levels of prolactin consult your doctor
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Hi sir, meri period irregular ho raha he aur pcos ki bhi problem he is liye face pe pimples aur black spot bhi hogaya please advise kuch diye to acha hota.

MBBS
Sexologist, Panchkula
Hi sir, meri period irregular ho raha he aur pcos ki bhi problem he is liye face pe pimples aur black spot bhi hogaya...
Do regular slow and deep breathing relaxation exercises in the morning to be mentally strong. Take proper balanced diet. Avoid garlic and red chilly, non veg and eggs. Drink 8 to 10 glasses of water daily.
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I hav 1st baby in 2012. Then I got pregnant again in 2015. January.but I aborted the child in 2 months. As we were not prepare. But we r planning for the 2nd one now. Is it possible. As my age is 34. My last period was 6 th July 2017.

MBBS, DGO, DNB, CIMP, Fellowship In Minimal Access Surgery, Diploma In Minimal Access Surgery, Fellowship In ART
Gynaecologist, Chennai
I hav 1st baby in 2012. Then I got pregnant again in 2015. January.but I aborted the child in 2 months. As we were no...
Hi! It is absolutely possible. If you conceived last two times without any medical help then it should not be a problem now also. Just know about your fertile period according to your cycles, be positive and try. If you don't get a positive result even after 6 months of sincerely trying then it's advisable to see a gynaecologist in this regards. Just ensure you are on folic acid tablets when you are trying to conceive, so start it immediately. All the best. And do let us know when you have a good news:)
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Hi, Maine pahli baar sex kiya tha us baat ko 5 months ho gye hai or us time me goli nhi khila paya tha or ab wo bta rahi hai ki use 2 months se mc nahi aa rahi hai iska matlab kya hai.

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
Hi, Maine pahli baar sex kiya tha us baat ko 5 months  ho gye hai or us time me goli nhi khila paya tha or ab wo bta ...
Agar sex ke first month bad menses nahi aaya to pregnancy ho Sakti he... Lekin agar menses as Gaya he or phir nahi aa Raha to dusra reason ho Sakta he... Take proper check up...
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How sonography is done for checking the hormones test? I am worried about it. Doctor ask me to do. Since I have irregular periods. I am 23 yes old.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
How sonography is done for checking the hormones test? I am worried about it. Doctor ask me to do. Since I have irreg...
Pcod can be detected in the ultrasound which occurs because of hormonal changes, also cyst can be diagnosed on ultrasound. As you have irregular menses you r likely to be suffering from pcod, that's why he asked.
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Stay Healthy

MBBS, DDV
Dermatologist, Mumbai
Stay Healthy

This is very visual as hair outside your scalp is dead. Hair has no blood, nerves or muscles. If you cut your hair, you feel no pain; nor does hair bleed or pull a muscle when stretched. So in this respect, you could say your ‘hair is dead’. However, for a ‘dead’ fibre, your hair is quite remarkable! A healthy hair will stretch up to 30% of its length, can absorb its weight in water and can also swell up to 20% of its diameter. Not only that, but the strength of hair is greater than that of copper wire of the same diameter; an average head of hair can in fact support 23 tons in weight. You can change your hair’s colour shape, hairstyle, length, curl; we wash our hair, brush and set our hair, pull it, play with it, occasionally chew on it, rub it, straighten it, all to an extraordinary degree. And yet, despite all of this flagrant abuse, our hair remains amazingly resilient and tough.

Each follicle, within the anatomy of the skin an indentation in your skin that hair grows from, has its own blood, nerve and muscle supply. These nerves and muscles give your hair its tactile properties, allowing the slightest movement to be felt. When the muscles contract, your hair stands up more and pinches the skin, causing ‘goose bumps’. You inherit this characteristic from animals – the bristling quills of a petrified porcupine are an exaggerated example.

Furthermore, your hair is the second fastest growing cell in your body, bone marrow being the first. This means that your anatomy of hair is extremely sensitive to changes going on within you; it is often a result of internal problems and imbalances that hair loss and/or lacklustre hair can occur. Blood capillaries surrounding your follicle provide each individual hair with the nourishment needed for cell production and growth. Therefore, the hair anatomy if you aren’t getting the vitamins, proteins, complex carbohydrates (energy) and minerals you need, your hair will not receive them either and can suffer greatly. Hormonal fluctuations caused by pregnancy menstruation, stress and personal upsets also have a great impact on hair health and growth.
So, even though your hair itself is technically ‘dead’, the growth of your hair is closely intertwined with the inner workings of your body as well as your psychological and emotional state. What you do, feel, eat and experience all shape the way your hair looks, feels and grows.

I got married before 6 months but still am. Not conceive .when should we have sex.

DHMS (Hons.)
Homeopath, Patna
I got married before 6 months but still am. Not conceive .when should we have sex.
Hello, Subject to every thing remains normal in a male partner,  underlying norms be monitored for quick & safe pregnancy. •female partner should take plenty of water to hydrate the entire body including reproductive organs. •Should go for meditation to reduce stress and nourish reproductive organs & to control BP, level as well. Apart from medication, you need to opt the under lying food elements to carry on your pregnancy safely and faster, even. •Apples - carry. Vit A, B1,B2, B6,C & folic acid, hence-eating apples during pregnancy provide quick energy containing  carbohydrate with low calory, preventing high blood pressure in a pregnant women. Sugar and insulin levels be maintained to tone up  the hormonal balance conditioning  reproductive system. Calculation of ovulation period be taken into account to concieve fast & successfully. Banana, brown bread & rice, mackerel, salmon, tofu ,eggs, lemon, orange, almonds, ashpargus, kidney bean, milk, cheese carry safer & faster  pregnancy. Homoeopathy may stand with you in need. Your feedback matters, please for further follow up, please. Tk care.
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Hi I am 25 year old software professional. I am having 4 year relationship with a girl. My question Is anal sex good? I mean safe?

Doctor of Naturopathy & Natural Medicines, DM - Clinical Haematology, Certified Diabetic Educator, Diploma in Nutrition & Health Education (DNHE), Certificate in food Nutrition (CFN), Bachelor of Education, Bachelor of Arts (Physical Education)
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Agra
No lybrate-user its not safe, neither its healthy, rather its painful for a girl. The risk of getting an std when you have anal sex is very high. Because the anus doesn't have any natural lubrication, it's very likely that you can get small tears around it when having anal sex. And that makes it very easy for viruses like hiv to get into your body. Which is why you should always use a condom when having anal sex! also, don't move from the anus to the vagina without giving the penis (finger or toy) a good wash and changing the condom- the bacteria living around the anus can cause vaginal infection. It is a good idea to ask your partner to visit the bathroom and wash the area around the anus with soapy water before having anal sex. But enemas are not necessary (actually, they can irritate the anus and the bowel). The'tube' inside your anus is the rectum. Its a temporary store for stool thats ready to leave the body. If you re healthy, and you dont have diarrhoea, constipation or intestinal diseases, once you have been for a poo, the rectum is left empty and pretty much clean until the next load of waste comes along. If you are too worried about it being dirty but still want anal sex, you could try starting in the shower. Just remember that your lube should be silicone-based then, because water-based lube will wash away in the shower. In a nutshell: say no to anal sex or do it extreme safely!
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PCOS - Role Of Homeopathy In Treating It!

Diploma In Gastroenterology, Diploma In Dermatology, BHMS
Homeopath, Hyderabad
PCOS - Role Of Homeopathy In Treating It!

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome or PCOS is referred to as a condition that leads to an imbalance in the hormonal levels of women between the ages of 18 to 44. Women suffering from the syndrome develop small cysts in the ovaries. These cysts might disrupt the normal functions of the ovaries resulting in hormonal imbalances. If you suffer from PCOS, the secretion of the male hormone androgen (which is present in a small amount in every female) increases abnormally, thereby causing a significant disruption of the ovulation process and the menstruation cycles.

Basically, PCOS develops when egg follicles get trapped just under the surface of the ovary and thereby are unable to release their eggs. Instead, multiple small cysts form. PCOS is usually more prevalent in the young women during their reproductive period. It is a complex disorder characterized by excessive production of hormones called androgens by the ovaries and the adrenal glands. Due to this overproduction, the ovarian follicles fail to mature.

Causes:

Women suffering from obesity or who have a past history of PCOS in their families are at a higher risk of suffering from the syndrome.

Symptoms:

The symptoms that one might experience along with syndrome are as follows:

  1. Appearances of acne along with the development of excess body and facial hair.

  2. Irregular or no periods.

  3. Problems with conception and infertility.

  4. Intense pain in the pelvic area and severe depression.

Homeopathic Treatment for PCOS:

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is curable with the Homeopathic mode of treatment. Homeopathic treatment for polycystic ovarian syndrome is very safe and free from any side effect.Which Homeopathic medicine is required to extract the disease from its roots varies from case to case. Both the physical and mental spheres of the patient are thoroughly investigated while prescribing the Homeopathic medicine. The complete cure of PCOS is a time-consuming process and it cannot be expected in a few days. It requires complete observation regarding the change of symptoms in the patient and frequent clinical follow-ups. 

Using homeopathy for PCOS is a good idea because it offers permanent treatment for the condition. Homeopathy treats and cures the root cause of the condition rather than focussing on the external factors that cause the disease. Therefore, the treatment offered by homeopathy is more reliable. For example, the medicines prescribed for an interrupted period is different from the medicines prescribed for profuse bleeding.

No Side-effects

Homeopathic treatment is based on the belief that the human body was meant to remain disease free always. So it never tries to make use of drugs that can disturb the body’s ability to function naturally. All that homeopathic medications do is to restore the vitality of the body so that it can find its way out of the disease all by itself. This kind of a treatment ensures that there are no side-effects whatsoever of homeopathic medicines.

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

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