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Institute of Women Health and Fertility

Gynaecologist, IVF (In Vitro Fertilization) Specialist, Infertility , Infertility Specialist, Obstetrician, Paediatric & Adolescent Gynaecologist, Reproductive Endocrinologist (Infertilty)
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Our medical care facility offers treatments from the best doctors in the field of Gynaecologist, IVF (In Vitro Fertilization) Specialist, Infertility , Infertility Specialist, Obstetrician, Reproductive Endocrinologist (Infertilty).It is important to us that you feel comfortable while visiting our office. To achieve this goal, we have staffed our office with caring people who will answer your questions and help you understand your treatments.

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Clinic Address
Plot No 334, Aditya Nagar, Opp. JNTU Kukatpally
Hyderabad, Telangana - 500085
Details for Dr. Radhika Kandula
National Board of Examinations
DNB (Obstetrics and Gyneacology)
National Board of Examinations
FNB Reproductive Medicine
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Professional Memberships
Indian Society for Assisted Reproduction (ISAR)
Past Experience
Medical Officer at Army Medical Corps
Medical Officer at Remedy Hospitals - Kukatpally, Hyderabad
Infertility Specialist & F.N.B Resident at Institute of Reproductive Medicine -Kolkata
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  • MBBS, DNB (Obstetrics and Gyneacology), FNB Reproductive Medicine
    Reproductive Endocrinologist (Infertilty), Infertility Specialist, Obstetrician, IVF (In Vitro Fertilization) Specialist, Paediatric & Adolescent Gynaecologist, Gynaecologist, Infertility
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  • MBBS, DNB (Obstetrics and Gyneacology), FNB Reproductive Medicine
    Menopause is the time in a woman's life when the menstruation ceases, bringing an end to a woman's childbearing years. There are a number of symptoms that mark this stage, including hot flashes, which are very commonly experienced in such cases. Hot flashes are like a feeling of a red hot flush that may wash over the body and lead to excessive sweating. It occurs in the blood vessels that are closest to the surface of the skin. Yet, menopause is not the only reason why one may experience these hot flashes.

    Here are some of the reasons that may trigger these hot flashes:

    1. Carcinoid syndrome: This is a disease that may cause hot flashes as a symptom. In this condition, a tumour will usually release varied chemicals into the body, which can create varied symptoms that seem like hot flashes.

    2. Hyperthyroidism: Overheating of the body and the system from within is something that many patients suffering from hyperthyroidism may experience. This usually happens when the thyroid glands end up producing too much of the thyroid hormone that brings about many symptoms ranging from depression to weight loss and even hot flashes. In hyperthyroidism, the body goes into a hyper mode, which usually leads to overheating of the same. This gives rise to frequent and often severe hot flashes.

    3. Hormonal changes: There are many hormonal changes that may affect various men and women from time to time. A drop in the level of the estrogen hormone is something that many women go through on a regular basis. This may happen due to pregnancy as well. Also, this condition usually brings about symptoms like hot flashes.

    4. Eating disorders: The way we eat and nurture our body is the way the body reacts. When there is a case of an eating disorder like dyslexia or bulimia, it may lead to varied symptoms, including hot flashes. This is due to the fact that the body's hormonal levels as well as the nutritional level plunge to an all-time low. In many such cases, hot flashes are the body's way of demanding better nutrition. These disorders can also give rise to related conditions like the hypothalamus disorder.

    5. Hypothalamus disorder: Hypothalamus disorder may also cause hot flashes. This is a condition that is caused due to poor eating habits. This disorder is characterised by a major drop in one's nutrition levels and also leads to many hormonal changes. These changes often lead to symptoms like hot flashes and other related complications.
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  • MBBS, DNB (Obstetrics and Gyneacology), FNB Reproductive Medicine
    During pregnancy a woman s body undergoes constant changes. The entire body tries to accommodate place for the growing uterus as hormones levels drastically fluctuate and ligaments stretched. Pelvic pain and the ensuing discomfort around this time is a common phenomenon experienced by most women.

    Though the pain may be harmless, at times it may also lead to serious repercussions. Therefore the identification of the causes that lead to pelvic pain during pregnancy is crucial. Some of them are:

    1. Accommodation pain: In the initial stages of pregnancy, women may experience cramps which are akin to the pain that precedes menstruation. However, in the case of pregnant women, the pain leads to no bleeding, but in all probability, is caused due to the expansion of the uterus.
    2. Round ligament pain: Amidst the host of changes that the body goes through, the ligament that goes from the uterus to the groin also undergoes a change; it expands. This is responsible for the pain in the sides especially when women are walking or getting up from a chair.
    3. Baby s weight: As the weight of the fetus begins to increase it exerts a pressure on the nerves that move from the vagina to the legs. This causes a dull pain in the pelvic region which increases considerably with walking and riding a car. This is most commonly felt by women who are in their third trimester.
    4. Urinary Tract Infection: According to reports, most women suffer from urinary tract infection or UTI during pregnancy. This results in uncontrolled, often times, bloody urination and a pain in the abdomen. This is a major cause of concern as, if untreated, it infects the kidneys which in turn increases the risk of an early labour.
    5. Miscarriage: In the first trimester, a pain in the abdomen may be an indication of a miscarriage. In such a situation, the pain is followed by bleeding and cramps.
    6. Early labour: During pregnancy, an intermittent pain in the pelvic area and a back ache can also be suggestive of an early labour. If the contractions continue for over two hours after taking the necessary precautions like urinating and taking rest, it may be a sign of an early labor.
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  • MBBS, DNB (Obstetrics and Gyneacology), FNB Reproductive Medicine
    So you have just found out that you are pregnant and you and your partner are over the moon about it! While congratulations are in order, so are a host of tips, which will help you settle into the pregnancy. It is important to remember that the first trimester of your pregnancy is a crucial phase where you may not change that much physically, but will be prone to many emotional changes. It is also a phase where you will make way for the changes that will inevitably come in the next two trimesters and for a long time after delivery of the baby too. Read on to unravel our first trimester guide.

    - Pregnancy Test: You must ensure that you know you are pregnant by monitoring your menstrual cycles closely so that even one missed period points at the possibility of pregnancy. This test can be a home based kit available at the chemists' or can even be conducted with a lab test based on a urine sample. Despite the results that you may get on a home pregnancy test, it is best to get a professional opinion as well.

    - Finding the Right Doctor: In this phase of your pregnancy itself, it is imperative to home in on a gynaecologist who will put you ease. Take care to pick someone who may be recommended by family and friends. Have a talk with the doctor a few times to see how well he or she engages you as a patient and if you are suitably convinced with the sessions and appointments.

    - Activity: While heavy activities may not be recommended by all doctors as the foetus needs to latch on, one can indulge in plenty of walks and a normal routine as well. Ensure that your pregnancy is a normal one and ask your doctor about any precautions that you may need to take with the progressing trimesters. Also, find ways to deal with any morning sickness with the help of the doctor.

    - Supplements: In this crucial phase, ensure that your doctor gives you plenty of folic acid supplements that you must ingest on a regular basis. This will keep any risk of neural tube birth defects at bay.

    - Other Medications: Find out more about over the counter drugs or any medication that you may have been taking as this may have to be stopped or adjusted for the pregnancy. The doctor should be able to guide you on this aspect too.

    The other activities during the first trimester include taking pre natal appointments and choosing and interacting with your caregiver who will also be a support after you have had the baby.
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  • MBBS, DNB (Obstetrics and Gyneacology), FNB Reproductive Medicine
    Polycystic ovarian syndrome is one of the commonest endocrine disorders encountered. No single cause accounts for abnormalities in PCOS.

    It leads to menstrual irregularities, central obesity, infertility, impaired glucose metabolism and in a long run to hypertension, diabetes and cardiovascular problems.

    Lifestyle modification plays a major role in reducing the risk and improving the fertility outcomes.

    Diet modifications should include low-calorie, low-fat diet with low saturated fat and high fibre. Don't severely restrict carbohydrates, instead, choose complex carbohydrates rich in fibre and low glycemic index.

    Regular exercise for 30 to 45 min helps lower blood sugar and prevents insulin resistance and helps in weight reduction. Reproductive system is tightly coupled with energy balance and hence changes in the status of energy balance through changes in physical activity has an impact on the reproductive system.

    So lifestyle modification, a comprehensive programme of diet, exercise and behavioural therapy plays a major role in reducing the risks of PCOS both short term and long term.
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