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Adishri Clinic

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Shop 14 and 15 Shivam Market Sane Chowk Chinchwad
Pune, Maharashtra - 411019
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University of Russia
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    With increasing globalization and lifestyle changes, even general practitioners are getting more and more young patients willing to adopt contraceptive measures. An optimum clinical choice of contraceptive can only be done through a mutual discussion between the physician and patient taking into consideration both clinical aspects and patient's choice. This article gives a brief general summary of the methods of contraception.

    Contraception is the process of taking steps to ensure about not becoming pregnant after having sex. There are different types of contraceptive measures. They all have pros and cons. Different methods will be right for different couples, or right at different times in life.

    Types of contraceptives:

    Hormonal (2-3%)
    Intrauterine (5%)
    Barrier (10-15%)
    Chemical (15-20%)
    Sterilization (4%)
    * percentages mentioned within brackets are failure rates

    Hormonal contraception

    It involves the use of estrogen and progesterone to prevent fertilization; associated with a 2-3% failure rate.
    Oral contraceptive pills suppress the action of fsh/lh from the pituitary gland, they also suppress the lh surge, alter the cervical mucosa to inhibit penetration by spermatozoa, and they inhibit atrophic change in the endometrium.
    Complications: venous thrombosis, pulmonary embolism, cva, mi, htn, amenorrhea, cholelithiasis, hepatocellular adenoma. Risks increase with smoking.

    Contraindications: dvt, pe, cvd, cva, pregnancy, cancer, abnormal lfts


    Monophasic (fixed combination: take estrogen and progesterone on days 1-21 and placebo on days 22-28. Increased estrogen increases the side effects of a headache, weight gain, nausea, and edema decreased estrogen and progesterone increase the risk of breakthrough bleeding and increases the failure rate.
    Multiphasic: low-dose estrogen with varying doses of progesterone on days 1-21.
    Progestin-only pills: not as effective and can cause breakthrough bleeding.
    Levonorgestrel: lasts up to five years.
    Medroxyprogesterone: lasts three months.

    Decreases the risk of ovarian and endometrial cancer and decreased the risk of ectopic pregnancy.

    Intrauterine contraception

    It involves the insertion of a small device into the uterus with the hopes of inhibiting implantation, altering tubal motility, or inflaming the endometrium.
    Intrauterine contraceptive devices are associated with a relatively low failure rate (2-4% pregnancy rate) but do suffer from a higher rate of complications (e. G, four times increased the risk of ectopic pregnancy).

    Intrauterine device (iud) with progestogen: it releases progesterone and must be replaced annually.
    Iud with copper-t: it contains copper and can last up to 4-6 years.
    Side effects:

    Increased blood loss and duration of menses, increased dysmenorrhea


    Expulsion of iud, pregnancy, perforation of the uterine wall when inserted, increased risk of tubo-ovarian abscess (esp. Among younger nulliparous females with greater than ;1 sex partner). Pid is not as common with the newer iuds but still a significant risk factor.

    Indicated for: multiparous women greater than 35 years who smoke.

    Concerns about pelvic infections and subsequent fertility often limit the use of iucds to women who are at low risk for sexually transmitted disease and to those less likely to desire further children, i. E, monogamous multigravid patients.

    Barrier methods

    It involves the use of an artificial device to inserted into the vagina or fitted to the penis with the intent to retain the products of intercourse.


    Condoms: condoms have a 2% failure rate in consistent couples and a 10% failure rate in occasional users. They are best indicated for std prevention.
    Vaginal diaphragms: they have a 15-20% failure rate, but when combined with a spermicidal jelly and left in for 6-8 hours post-coitus failure rate declines to 2%. Diaphragms are associated with side effects of bladder irritation and cystitis, also colonization with s. Aureus if left in too long.
    Cervical caps: they must be properly fitted and can be left in for a longer time than the diaphragm.
    Chemical contraception

    It has a 15- 20% failure rate and involves the use of sponges and spermicides.
    Spermicides contain surfactants to disrupt cervical membranes; placed in the vagina up to 30 minutes before intercourse.
    Physiologic contraception

    It involves the avoidance of intercourse from an onset of menses to 2-days post ovulation.


    This method involves manipulation of parts of male and female anatomy such that conception is prevented by failure and gametes to combine.


    Vasectomy: lesser than 1% failure and can be successfully reversed in some cases.
    Tubal ligation: lesser than 1% failure rate. Increase risk of ectopic.
    Emergency contraception pills - emergency contraception can be used if one had sex without using contraception; or if someone had sex but there was a mistake with contraception.

    Emergency contraception options are usually very effective if started within 3-5 days of unprotected sex. The earlier you take this pill, the more effective it is. It works either by preventing or postponing ovulation or by preventing the fertilized egg from settling in the womb (uterus).

    A proper patient counseling informing the success rate and complication of contraception should be an integral part of the treatment regime.
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    You've probably read about kegel exercises a million times before. Perhaps you even clench and release your pelvic floor muscles each time you come across an article like this one. But if you haven't made them a daily habit yet, and aren't sure whether or not you need to--here's some help.


    1. They can keep incontinence at bay
    As you grow older, your pelvic floor muscles--responsible for giving you control over your bladder and bowels--get weaker. Which means every time you sneeze or laugh or cough on a full bladder, chances are a little urine will leak out. Doing kegel exercises can strengthen these muscles, and make sure you are always in control.

    2. They can help your body cope with childbirth
    Pregnancy can wreak havoc on your body--especially the pelvic floor muscles, making incontinence a reality much before age catches up. Moreover, many women also complain of lessened sexual arousal after childbirth. Enter: kegels. Practice them before and after you give birth to keep incontinence at bay and well. Enjoy sex much like before.

    3. They can give you stronger orgasms
    Did you know: kegels can help you get a better grip on your partner's member during intercourse? they can also help you achieve coveted multiple orgasmsm, and tone those much-needed vaginal muscles.

    How do I know I am doing them right?
    Clenching is not the problem; finding the right muscle to clench, however, is.

    So, begin by identifying the muscles in question. The next time you're on the pot, try to stop urinating mid-way. Those muscles that helped you do just that are the ones to work on. (keep in mind that kegels should be done on an empty bladder, and that stopping the urine flow too often can lead to urinary tract infections.)

    Now, lie on your back on the floor, knees bent--legs hip-width apart--and flex the muscles for 3 to 5 second, and release them for 3 to 5 seconds. Do 3 reps of 10 seconds each day. Once you're comfortable and confident, you can practice the kegel exercise while sitting at your desk or standing in the metro train.

    So what are you waiting for? let the kegels begin!
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    During pregnancy most women are likely to pay more attention to living healthy and eating a healthy diet, but it is also important to keep a check on the key element during pregnancy - hydration.

    When pregnant or breastfeeding, a woman's water requirements are higher than usual and that is why water is needed to form amniotic fluid that surrounds the baby, support the increase in blood plasma volume and produce breast milk.

    Hence being well hydrated may help alleviate some pregnancy related conditions.

    To help understand the importance of hydration for pregnancy health, emma derbyshire, author of" nutrition in the childbearing years, has provided essential tips for hydration in pregnancy.

    1. Water is an excellent beverage choice for mums-to-be. It is natural and helps women to rehydrate without consuming calories and sugars.

    2. Women should increase their total water intake by an extra 300ml/day during pregnancy and 700ml/day during breastfeeding.

    3. Make water the first choice when it comes to hydration.

    4. Water-rich foods such as soups, stews, yoghurts, fruits and vegetables can help top up total water intake.

    5. Pregnant women should take frequent small drinks, particularly after the birth of their child when they are busy looking after their new baby.

    6. Women breastfeeding should make sure that they are getting enough fluids - try to remember to keep a glass of water on hand when you sit down to feed your baby.

    7. Women should reduce their intake of caffeinated and alcoholic beverages
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    It's been 35 years since the world's first test-tube baby was born and since then, around 5 million births have taken place through assisted reproductive procedure such as in vitro fertilisation (ivf).

    Still there are many misconceptions related to infertility and ivf. Here are some myths and facts.

    Myth: infertility is primarily a female problem
    Fact: both men and women may have infertility problems: about 15 percent of such cases are related to men, 40 percent to women and 30 percent to problems in both partners. Unidentified causes account for 15 percent of the cases.

    Myth: alternative medicines can improve fertility
    Fact: there is no scientific evidence to support this belief and using such types of medicines is a waste of time.

    Myth: age is not a big factor in infertility
    Fact: age has a direct correlation to women's egg quality and quantity. By the age of 35, the risk of infertility rises significantly as the woman's egg reserve starts declining after that age. Age 18 to 29 are the most fertile years of a woman's life.

    Myth: ivf has a 100 percent success rate
    Fact: success rate for ivf depends on a number of factors such as the woman's age, cause of infertility, the institution where the procedure is done and other biological and hormonal conditions. The process results in successful pregnancies in 40 to 50 percent cases. In three consecutive cycles, success rate goes up to 80 to 90 percent.

    Myth: it is a painful procedure
    Fact: multiple injections used in the treatment can cause discomfort but it isn't painful. The process of egg collection is done under general anaesthesia and the embryo transfer is a painless process.

    Myth: babies born via ivf are at risk of birth defects and abnormalities
    Fact: the chance of abnormality is slightly higher as compared to the babies conceived through sexual intercourse. Babies born via ivf are 1.3 times more likely to be born with birth defect.

    Myth: ivf always results in" multiple pregnancy"; the woman will have twins or triplets
    Fact: the chances of" multiple pregnancy" may be lessened by reducing the number of embryos transferred, especially in young women.

    Myth: if the ivf process is unsuccessful, it is the end of the road for the couple trying to have a baby
    Fact: there are many couples who have conceived naturally or with intrauterine insemination (iui) even after going through an unsuccessful ivf procedure.

    Myth: ivf is too expensive
    Fact: most ivf cycles cost from rs 1 to rs 1.3 lakh (including medicines) but the positive outcome of the process is more precious.
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    Life is surely challenging for pregnant women who are working too. Pregnancy is a time when your body does not obey you and when you have to obey commands from other quarters, it becomes a bit tricky. But remember that pregnancy is not a disease and you can very much have a normal life and do well in office if you follow these simple tips.

    1. Manage your stress level. It is but natural to have some or the other kind of stress at every work place. But you are in a beautiful phase of your life, so banish all negative thoughts and think of the little one who is growing inside you.

    2. Carry your food and snacks as it is not advisable to eat out since your immune system becomes very weak during pregnancy and you are more likely to catch an infection.

    3. Small breaks are a must. Take short walks; try deep breathing and east something every 2 hours.

    4. Consciously sit straight. It is very important to maintain a healthy sitting posture so be very careful about it. If you suffer from swelling in legs, try a foot-rest to elevate your feet.{mosimage}

    5. Avoid stairs. You don't need any strenuous exercise at this stage so it is better that you use a lift as there is no point tiring yourself unnecessarily.

    6. No coffee, no cigarettes as a rule of thumb. Caffeine and nicotine are dangerous for your baby so stay away from them howsoever hard the temptation may be.

    7. Don't try being a superwoman. That you are pregnant and still managing with your work is great. But you must understand that your body is weak and it needs rest. You must take rest at intervals and try not to overdo to prove yourself.

    8. No bumpy rides please. You are in a delicate stage of health and your little one does not like to be juggled a lot. Moreover, it might turn harmful for the baby.

    9. Drink a lot. But only water and fresh juices! no hard drinks please. Remain hydrated to avoid crams and bouts of nausea. It also helps in flatulence.

    10. Keep emergency number on your desk and in your bag as a precautionary
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