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Jain Maternity And Infertility Resi. Cum Clinic

Gynaecologist, Infertility Specialist
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Our medical care facility offers treatments from the best doctors in the field of Gynaecologist, Infertility Specialist.We are dedicated to providing you with the personalized, quality health care that you deserve.

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Clinic Address
House No 751, Sector 51, Opposite Amity International School
Gurgaon, Haryana - 122018
Details for Dr. Parul Jain
G.S.V.M. Medical College Kanpur
Moti Lal Nehru Medical College Allahabad
MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Bavishi Fertility Institute
Fellowship in IUI
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Professional Memberships
Infertility Management Training course(IUI)
Federation of Obstetric and Gynaecological Societies of India (FOGSI)
Gurgaon Obstetrics & Gynaecologic Society (GOGS)
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Past Experience
Visiting Consultant at Artemis Hospital, Mayom Hospital-South City 1
Consultant at Apollo Cradle Hospital-Sec 14,
Sr Consultant at Cloudnine Hospital, Sector 47
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  • MBBS, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Fellowship in IUI
    Infertility Specialist, Gynaecologist
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  • Fellowship in IUI, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, MBBS
    How to exercise during your period

    The question of whether or not a woman should work out or not when it is the time of the month is one that has been much talked about. Fluctuations in hormone levels that take place during the monthly cycle have a tremendous impact on the level of energy, stamina and the body's response to exercise. The likelihood of getting injured is also different during periods.

    Exercising during your period has many positive impacts on the body. Each woman's ability to work out and her response to it are different and hence the workout routine you must adhere to can vary from person to person.

    What are the benefits of working out during periods?

    exercising during periods can be effective in alleviating the symptoms that accompany your period at the time such as stress and anxiety.

    loss of body fluids through sweating while doing exercises significantly reduces bloating in the belly.

    exercising can also ensure that there is less cramping and heavy flow during periods.

    endorphins released during exercise functions as a natural painkiller for period pains.

    What are the best ways of working out during periods?

    Depending upon how your body responds to periods, suitable workout routines can vary from high-intensity training (hit) like running, cycling and heavy lifting to low intensity training (lit) like brisk walking and step aerobics.

    Most women opt for light exercises during the first few days of the cycle and then gradually increase intensity, which is advisable for those who are not in the habit of regularly working out. Athletes and sportswomen who train all around the year take to high-intensity workouts that focus on core strengthening and cardio boost.

    What exercises should be avoided during periods?

    The only kind of workout that should be avoided during this time is yoga that involves any 'inverted pose' that requires a woman to perform partial or complete headstands. These poses negatively impact blood flow and can cause painful heavy bleeding.

    Apart from that, when it comes to exercising during periods, the guideline is simple - if you can handle it, you should go ahead and do it.

    If you would like to consult with me privately, please click on 'consult'.
    Related Tip: Why Do Some Girls Have Extremely Painful Periods?
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  • Fellowship in IUI, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, MBBS
    6 Common causes of abnormal vaginal discharge

    There are certain glands in the vaginal walls and uterine cervix of a woman, which cleanse the vagina by producing a small amount of fluid. This clear or milky white coloured vaginal discharge is normal for a healthy woman if it doesn’t smell unpleasant. But if you observe that the colour, consistency, odour or amount of your vaginal discharge differs from usual, it may indicate an infection or a disease.

    Here are 6 common factors behind abnormal vaginal discharge.

    1. Bacterial vaginosis
    Bacterial vaginosis is a medical condition characterised by agray discharge, which has a lingering fish-like odour. Moreover, if you experience irritation and burning sensation in the vagina, which is increased by intercourse, it’s a strong indication of bacterial vaginosis.

    2. Yeast Infection
    It often happens that your vaginal area’s natural bacterial balance is disturbed due to certain factors such as use of antibiotics, decreased immunity, stress, uncontrolled diabetes or consumption of excessive sugary foods. This results in yeast overgrowth in the vagina, known as simply yeast infection or candidiasis. It’s characterised by a thick and whitish-grey discharge from the vagina.

    3. Gonorrhoea
    Caused by the bacteria Neisseria Gonorrhoea, this sexually transmitted disease (STD) is an infection, which causes vaginal discharge of an intense odour. Other symptoms of this disease include feeling of pain while urinating, chills, fever and irregular discharge of menstrual fluids. If left untreated, gonorrhoea can transform into a pelvic inflammatory disease and can even lead to infertility.

    4. Genital Herpes
    Genital herpes, a sexually transmitted disease (STD) that leads to formation of small watery blisters on the vaginal area, and causes irritation, itching and pain while having intercourse or urinating, may also be the cause of a vaginal discharge of watery texture.

    5. Atrophic Vaginitis
    After menopause, there’s a considerable decrease in oestrogen levels of the body along with the occurrence of changes in tissues of the vaginal cavity. This medical condition, known as atrophic vaginitis, can lead to a watery vaginal discharge, which can sometimes get bloody. Some other symptoms of this disease are vaginal inflammation and thinning or atrophy of tissues.

    6. Infected IUD
    In some situations, it may happen that the intrauterine device (IUD- a form of contraceptive) inserted in the body of a woman can get infected. This results in a purulent discharge (pus) from the vagina. Getting the IUD removed as soon as possible is the best thing to be done in this situation.

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