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Saket City Hospital

Gynaecological Endoscopy, Gynaecologist
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Mandir Marg, Press Enclave Road, Saket
New Delhi , Delhi - 110017
Details for Dr. Usha. M. Kumar
Gajara Raja Medical College, Gwalior
Gajara Raja Medical College, Gwalior
Royal College of London, UK
Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (MRCOG)
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Diploma in Advance Endoscopy
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Federation of Obstetric and Gynaecological Societies of India (FOGSI)
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Consultant at Saket City Hospital
Owner at Progeny India
  • MBBS, MS, Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (MRCOG), Diploma in Advance Endoscopy
    Gynaecologist, Gynaecological Endoscopy
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  • Diploma in Advance Endoscopy, Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (MRCOG), MS, MBBS
    A uterine cyst, also called as ovarian cyst, is the formation of a fluid-filled sac within the ovary of a woman. Uterine cysts may sometimes cause several physical symptoms. They can cause great pain and unpleasant sensations. Most cysts go away by themselves, but still sufficient measures should be taken to deal with the inconvenience caused by a uterine cyst. In severe cases, the cyst can damage the ovaries. Scar tissue is also likely to build up in such cysts to form an adhesion, which causes discomfort.
    Uterine cysts can cause great damage to the sexual organs of a woman, and hence, it should never be ignored. Here are 5 ways to deal with uterine cysts:
    Using Birth Control Pills: In case of recurrent uterine cysts, you can take oral contraceptives with the prescription of a doctor. This will prohibit ovulation, and the development of new cysts will be prevented. The risk of ovarian cancer is also reduced.
    Laparoscopy: In case the cyst is small, a laparoscopy surgery can be conducted by a doctor. This will enable the surgical removal of the cyst. The process of laparoscopy involves making of a small incision around the navel region. A small instrument or device is inserted into the abdomen, which removes the cyst.
    Laparotomy: Laparotomy is a surgical procedure of removing a large uterine cyst. This procedure is applied when a cyst becomes too large to be removed using laparoscopy. The procedure involves the removal of the cyst via an incision made in the abdomen. An immediate biopsy is conducted and in case the cyst is found out to be cancerous, a hysterectomy surgery is conducted, which removes the ovaries and uterus completely.
    Herbal Tea: Moving from medical procedures to natural ways for dealing with uterine cysts, herbal tea is believed to be one of the best natural treatments for uterine cysts. Herbal tea helps in the breakdown of large cysts and the side effects of the cysts such as discomfort or pain are eased. Have a cup of herbal tea every day to get rid of uterine cysts.
    Diet: Uterine cysts may develop due to an unhealthy diet. Modern food items contain synthetic and natural estrogens, which cause disruption in ovarian health. Consuming adulterated meat, where the animals are given hormones, and antibiotics may result in uterine cysts. Soy contains a great amount of estrogen, which leads to uterine cysts. All the food items which may lead to ovarian cysts should be avoided.
    Uterine cysts are common in women and are caused due to several complications. You should not let uterine cysts develop as development increases severity.
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  • Diploma in Advance Endoscopy, Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (MRCOG), MS, MBBS
    Here are some treatments and symptoms of fibroids
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  • Diploma in Advance Endoscopy, Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (MRCOG), MS, MBBS
    Polycystic ovarian syndrome or PCOS is a condition in which a woman experiences fluctuation of hormone levels, estrogen, and progesterone which causes cysts in her ovaries, dysfunctional menstrual cycle, cardiac problem, fertility and changes in appearance. Hormones are chemical messengers that can trigger a number of issues in the body. Long term problems due to PCOS can be avoided with an early diagnosis and a proper treatment.

    - Genetics and hormonal imbalance have been identified as the main causes of PCOS although the exact reason has not been discovered.
    - Overproduction of androgen, a male hormone in a woman can cause small lumps in the ovaries, irregular development of eggs and abnormal insulin level.

    The severity of the symptoms depends on the constitution of the person but the most common one is irregular periods. PCOS occurs when there is a decrease in sex hormones which can lead to the development of certain male features like:

    - Deeper voice
    - Growth of hair on face, toes, stomach, chest and back
    - Reduction in breast size
    - Loss and thinning of hair

    There are other symptoms as well which can help one to determine the syndrome including:
    - Oily skin leading to acne
    - Irregular egg formation causing fertility problems and miscarriages
    - Depression, anxiety and mood swings
    - Hyperinsulinemia, that refers to the presence of too much insulin in the body which can cause obesity
    - Difficulty in breathing while sleeping

    The severity of the symptoms varies but if you are experiencing any of these problems, it is advisable to seek a professional consultation. A healthy lifestyle, regular exercise, nutritious diets are some of the preventive measures you can take. There are hormone regulating medicines and treatments that attempt to curb the condition but there is no permanent cure.
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  • Diploma in Advance Endoscopy, Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (MRCOG), MS, MBBS
    Factors that are making you prone to pcod! + how you can manage it

    A problem of the body's endocrine system (a system of hormone producing glands), polycystic ovarian disease (or pcod) affects about 18% of indian women. Women in the age group of 15-30 years make up the majority of the victims of this disease. Although the root cause of this problem is still unknown, it can be a result of:

    1. Genes

    A family history of pcod can increase your risk of developing the endocrine disorder. Even a family history of obesity or diabetes can increase your prospect of developing pcod.

    2. Low-grade inflammation

    Inflammation occurs when the body's white blood cells (wbcs) produce substances to fight harmful matter that attack the body. A disruption of this natural response of the body can cause low-grade inflammation (a mild but sustained inflammatory response brought on by microbial bacteria called endotoxin). As a consequence, it causes the stimulation of polycystic ovaries to create more androgens (male sex hormones) than female sex hormones. This brings about the appearance of pcod symptoms such as ovulation problem, growth of excessive body and facial hair.

    3. Excessive insulin production

    Excessive insulin (a hormone produced by the pancreas) production occurs when the cells of the body become resistant to insulin. It causes an increase in the production of androgens, in turn affecting the ovaries' ability to release eggs during ovulation.

    4. Obesity

    Although not a direct cause of the disorder, being obese can increase your chances of pcod significantly. The excess fat in the body can worsen your insulin resistance, and can consequently bring about an increase in the androgen levels, causing weight gain in the end.

    5. Unhealthy eating habits

    Irregular meal timings and poor eating habits (a diet rich in sugars and carbohydrates) can make you prone to obesity, a risk factor of pcod.

    How to manage the problem of pcod?

    Although the condition doesn't have a permanent cure, the symptoms can be easily managed by employing these ways:

    - limit the intake of refined sugars and carbohydrates to counter the imbalance of insulin and glucose

    - exercise for 30-60 minutes a day to boost metabolism for weight loss as well as control of insulin levels

    - avoid coffee and other caffeine stimulants that may cause an increase in the production of insulin

    - avoid dairy based products and red meat

    - include lean meat in your diet

    - avoid saturated fats (found in baked foods and lamb, cheese and other dairy products) to control your cholesterol levels

    - consume foods that have a low glycaemic index (a scale for determining the effect of food on blood sugar level) such as brown rice, wheat pasta and wholegrain.

    If you would like to consult with me privately, please click on 'consult'.
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    One of the wonderful Dr under whose supervision I had my gynaec surgery and medications with best result.I would like you guys to check your health issues with her before moving on to anywhere else haphazardly. She is one of the best I had experienced with great observations and tackling problems till getting to some resolution.
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