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Aaditri Multispeciality Clinic

Gynaecologist, Infertility Specialist, Obstetrician
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R 274 Greater Kailash Part 1
New Delhi, Delhi - 110048
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KGMC Lucknow
KGMC Lucknow
National Board of examination
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Association of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists of Delhi (AOGD)
Indian Medical Association (IMA)
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    6 dietary dos and don'ts for pregnancy

    Pregnancy is an important time in a woman's life. During this period, you need to be most conscious of what to eat, do and how to change everyday habits. Following these dos and don'ts will ensure a smooth pregnancy experience for you.


    1. Take your prenatal vitamin

    If you have not yet started taking a prenatal vitamin, now is the time to start. It's particularly critical to get enough folic acid while trying to conceive importantly during the first trimester. It greatly reduces your baby's risk of developing neural tube birth defects such as spina bifida.

    2. If you smoke, quit

    Smoking increases your risk of developing several problems including miscarriages, placental and preterm birth problems. It slows the fetal growth and increases the risk of stillbirth and infant death. It's never too late to quit or cut back smoking. Every cigarette you don't light gives your baby a much better chance of being healthy.

    3. Do eat seafood

    Seafood is loaded with vitamins and minerals. Consume a variety of seafood so you don't have a concentration of minerals from only one type of fish. But remember to not eat more than 12 ounces of fish per 7 days.


    1. Don't drink alcohol

    Alcohol may immensely impact your baby's development. Women who drink alcohol while pregnant could easily deliver a baby with fetal alcohol syndrome (fas). Symptoms of fas are usually low birth weight, learning disabilities, behavioral problems, and lagging patterns in terms of growth and development milestones. Limiting or avoiding alcohol is a step that you need to take.

    2. Don't eat raw meat at all

    Raw and undercooked meat or eggs carries the risk of food-borne diseases as well as food poisoning incidence. Make sure all eggs and meat that you eat while you are pregnant are cooked well.

    3. Don't drink lot of caffeine

    Caffeine easily travels through the placenta and increases your baby's heart beats. Research shows that women can safely consume a cup or two of coffee every day, but avoid downing a triple shot strong latte while you have got a bun in the oven.

    If you would like to consult with me privately, please click on 'consult'.
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    Heavy bleeding during menses.... What should you know?

    Heavy or prolonged bleeding during menses is medically known as 'menorrhagia'. It is more common as you approach menopause but can occur at any age. The bleeding has to be severe enough to interfere with your daily activities.

    The cause could be hormonal, pregnancy complications, bleeding disorder or a structural lesion like a fibroid, polyp, endometriosis or adenomyosis.

    In advanced age cancer of the uterus or cervix has to be ruled out.

    Symptoms of heavy periods

    - soaking a pad or tampon every 2-3 hrs or less in a day

    - passage large blood clots during menstruation

    - your period lasts more than seven days

    - you become anemic due to excessive blood loss

    How to manage excessive bleeding

    1. Maintain a record of the no of days and pattern of heavy bleeding.

    2. Increase your intake of fluids and salt

    You should increase your intake of fluids and especially salty fluids during heavy menstruation. You can have vegetable juices like tomato juice as well as salty broths during such times. This will help you especially when your blood volume goes down (which is characterized by dizziness or pounding of heart) when you get up after lying down. Your body would need more than four to six cups on such a day.

    3. Increase the intake of iron

    Increase your iron intake through natural sources like green vegetables, egg yolks, red meat, liver and dried fruits like raisins and prunes. You can also start an iron tablet once a day for faster recovery from anemia

    4. Visit your gynecologist

    A good history, few blood tests, and a simple ultrasound generally leads to the diagnosis. Sometimes a biopsy is required to rule out cancer. Multiple new drugs have been added in the last few years which have avoided the need for surgery

    An early diagnosis ends up with better results. Hence, it is important to act early

    If you would like to consult with me privately, please click on 'consult'.

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    - Pregnancy doesn't mean eating for two. The quality is more important than the amount. Take food products rich in protein, iron and calcium like meat, fish, eggs, dal, soybean, green leafy vegetables, milk products, pomegranate, raisins etc
    - Take lot of fluids
    - Avoid over exertion. Add short periods of rest in your routine
    - Avoid exercise if any high-risk factor is associated with pregnancy
    - In the second half of pregnancy propped up position, avoiding spicy food helps in case of heartburn
    - Avoid constipation by having lots of water and veggies
    - Avoid over the counter medication
    - Avoid unnecessary travelling or shopping sprees
    - Keep a track of your fetal movement in the third trimester
    - Always carry the number of your obstetrician or hospital for emergencies.
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    Do you know that the future health of your baby is decided before you even conceive? Your preconception health is very important. Planning a baby is a demanding task, but if you plan it well you will have a healthier and easier pregnancy.

    These are a few tips which can do wonders

    1. Relaxation at Work and Household Backup - Plan out your work schedule. You might need to change your work hours or may be change the job profile. You will also need someone to help you out with the household chores around this time.

    2. Finances - Get your finances settled and insurance plan changed accordingly.

    3. Lifestyle Modification - Eat healthy. Stop the intake of alcohol and stop smoking. Set aside a time for regular exercise if possible. Try to lose that extra flab and stay very active.

    4. Reduce Stress - Create a support system for yourself. Engage in activities that uplift your mood.

    5. Take Folic Acid -Take 400 mcg of folic acid tablet daily. It helps prevent birth defects of brain and spine in the baby.

    6. Avoid Exposure to - Harmful chemicals, metals and toxic substances at workplace and home. Protect yourself from infections. Stay away from cats.

    7. Up-to-Date Vaccination - Make sure your vaccination is complete. Vaccination against rubella and flu are very important. It is also important to maintain a gap of at least one month between your rubella shot and pregnancy planning.

    8. Optimize your Medical Condition - If you have Hypertension, Diabetes, Asthma, Epilepsy or any other medical condition you must take complete advice from the physician. Blood pressure and sugar levels have to be under full control. The type and dose of the drug may need modifications.

    9. Check Family History - Ask your parents, grandparents, brothers, sisters, aunts and cousins about any health problems in the family like genetic problems, mental retardation or malformations in babies. This can help your Gynaecologist to determine which problems to look for and how to prevent it.

    10. Visit your Doctor - Carry a record of your medical conditions, family history and a checklist of your queries. Get tested for Li Blood Group, Thalassemia, HIV, Thyroid Levels, and Blood Sugars.

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    Dr. Ramneek Varma
    Excellent doctor and a human being. Very good surgeon and has very good professional services
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    Dr. Gorika Bansal
    Wonderful person and excellent clinician !!!!highly recommend
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    Dr. Aparna
    Dr aprajita is a very dedicated and astute clinician who can be trusted to handle a variety clinical situations with considerable ease.she can manage all kinds of high risk obstetrics and gynecological cases with a sound clinical knowledge and a compassionate heart
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    Dr. Nivedita
    She is very patient friendly and is an expert in her field. She gives you ample amount of time to listen to your problems n queries.
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    Dr. Rk Tiwari
    An excellent obstetrician & gynecologist , well trained from KGMC Lucknow and AIIMS, Delhi, highly recommended.
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    Dr. Deepika Govil
    Dr. Aparajita is a very sincere and dedicated clinician.. She is so polite..
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