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19/55,Rajender Nagar New Delhi
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19/55,Rajender Nagar
Rajender Nagar New Delhi, New Delhi - 110060
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There is dryness in my vagina from last two months and its not getting wet even while masturbating. What can be the reason? And how can it be cured without medication?

BHMS, Diploma in Dermatology
Homeopath, Hyderabad
Hi, Vaginal dryness is most often caused by a decrease in estrogen levels. Estrogen is a hormone that helps keep the tissues of your vagina lubricated and healthy. Many factors can cause a drop in estrogen levels, VAGINITIS Atrophic vaginits Bacterial vaginosis Yeast infection. So first consult a gynaecologist or homeoathy treatment for permanent results.
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My friend undergoes with pain inside her vagina. She used to have painful periods for the last few months. During this span, she has lost 2-3 kgs of weight unexpectedly. She feels something lump kind of thing (like a small ball) inside her vagina. She used to have painful intercourse each time.

Diploma In Gastroenterology, Diploma In Dermatology, BHMS
Homeopath, Hyderabad
It can be due to bartholins cyst, genital herpes. Needs a proper examination. Consult a gynaecologist.
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I am a 21 years girl, I have done unprotected sex with my bf on 5 June 2018 before that I got my last period on 25 may but now it is going to be 20 August but I didn't got my period. Please suggest me. I am generally suffering from Headcheese, I am going to irritate on small thing am I pregnant? The main thing is I generally got my period after more than one month .I mean it take always 10 -15 days late before last period. Please suggest me what is going on with me.

BHMS, Diploma in Dermatology
Homeopath, Hyderabad
I am a 21 years girl, I have done unprotected sex with my bf on 5 June 2018 before that I got my last period on 25 ma...
Hi, There is a chance of pregnancy because you did unprotected intercourse, so another chance for irregular periods is hormones disturbances like estrogen progesterone FSH LH Thyroid hormones disturbances orelse PCOD. So once consult a nearby gynaecologist to confirm.
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I am 51 year old taking forxiga 10 morning and metformin 1000 night. Sugar level is ok. I am suffering from fungal infection near penis out side.

Dermatologist, Chennai
Fungal infection or Ring worm. When occurs in groin, called as jock itch. Usually fungal infection is common in moist areas of body like skin folds. It's mostly circular or round in appearance. May be red or black in colour. Treatment depending on the type and severity. Avoid sharing clothes, towels and soap; sweating also increases it. As it has to be differentiated from eczema and infection, its a must to see and confirm the diagnosis for proper treatment. So, please send photos of the affected area by direct online consultation for accurate diagnosis and treatment.
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My LMP is 14th July. I am 5 week pregnant. But suddenly my all symptoms gone away. Is it normal?

MD Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Ahmedabad
My LMP is 14th July. I am 5 week pregnant. But suddenly my all symptoms gone away. Is it normal?
You need to get ultrasound at 7 weeks (20 days since overdue menses ). It will detect the presence or absence of heart beat.
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I am 27 years old. I had cesarean for my baby birth. Since then I suffer extreme pain and thick white discharge after 5-6 days of my periods. Pain remains for whole month. Pain is too much that I am unable to sit for 2 days.

BHMS, Diploma in Dermatology
Homeopath, Hyderabad
Hi, Dysmenorrhea is when cramps are a result of a medical problem such as endometriosis, white discharge is called as Leucorrhea. The home remedies for leucorrhoea include eating a healthy and nutritious diet, practicing good hygiene, exercising regularly, and using a decoction made of fenugreek seeds and basil leaves. Other home remedies include coriander seeds, mango, neem, aloe vera, okra, Indian gooseberry, and bananas. Maintaining good hygiene will also help you prevent many vaginal infections and also provide relief from the existing symptoms. Leucorrhoea is a condition where there is a white, sticky, and smelly discharge from the vagina. This discharge is generally helpful in flushing out bacteria and other harmful toxins from the body. A pale white, clear or odorless discharge is commonly seen in all women, especially during the menstrual cycle. Sometimes this discharge changes color, and has a bluish tint or is yellow, green or brown. Some women might discharge just a few drops, while others may have a continuous discharge. Estrogen imbalances can cause luecorrheoa. So once consult a nearby gynaecologist she can examine and advise.
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How To Stay Safe While Exercising Outdoors

Diploma In Diet & Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Nagpur
How To Stay Safe While Exercising Outdoors

Exercising outdoors is always fun and refreshing for the body. It de stresses the mind and increases energy in the body. Most people prefer outdoors workout due to the pleasant weather. There are many advantages of working out outdoors but you need to follow some tips to make sure your workouts are injury free.

Here are 4 tips to make your workouts safe:

  1. Warm up: Warming up before you begin your workout is very essential to a safe workout. A good warm up increases your heart rate and improves your blood circulation. It also improves the mobility of your joints, thus reducing the risk of injury. A sample warm up may consist of shoulder rotations, jogging in place, bodyweight squats and burpees.
  2. Stretch: Stretching after your workout is essential for injury free joints. Stretching helps to ease the tension in your muscles and allows greater range of motion. Blood circulation also improves along with reducing soreness in your muscles. It lengthens the muscles and allows it to return to its natural position, thus improving posture of the body. Stretches are either classified as static and dynamic. Static stretches are stretches which are held for a fixed period whereas dynamic stretches involve moving through various postures.
  3. Limit sun exposure: Make sure you are not over exposed to the rays of the sun. This may lead to various skin complications such as sunburns, tanning and even skin cancer. Too much sun exposure may increase free radicals in the skin, leading to various skin disorders. Apply a sunscreen before you head out as this will protect your skin. Wear proper gear such as caps and full sleeved clothing to protect your body from the harmful UV rays of the sun.
  4. Wear the right footwear: If you love running on roads, then you need to take special care in selecting your footwear. Running on roads without proper cushioning may increase your risk of injuries such as shin splints and other calf injuries.
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Hormone Replacement Therapy - Who Should Go For It?

MBBS, DNB (General Medicine)
General Physician, Delhi
Hormone Replacement Therapy - Who Should Go For It?

Hormone replacement a therapy used to treat symptoms of menopause by restoring the balance of estrogen and progesterone by administering it.

Forms of Hormonal Therapy

Local therapy which includes creams, pessaries, and rings; systemic therapy in the form of oral drugs, transdermal patches, gels, and implants. Women who do not have womb take combined estrogen and progesterone hormones in the form of pills.

Effect of Menopause and How Hormone Replacement Therapy Helps
Menopause affects urogenital system causing atrophy of mucosal lining of urethra, vagina, and vulva leading to dryness and reduced vaginal secretions. It affects bones in which metabolism takes place causing progressive bone loss. It increases the risk of heart disease. By starting with hormone replacement therapy, most of the menopausal symptoms gets relieved like hot flushes, irregular menses, night sweats, mood swings, loss of libido, osteoporosis. It is believed that women who start hormone replacement therapy may develop cancer in future, but still, research is going on.

Who should go for it?

  • Menopausal women who suffer moderate to severe hot flushes, loss of libido, urogenital problems, psychological issues such as anxiety and mood swings
  • Menopausal women who have severe joint pain or pain all over due to decreased bone mass
  • Women who got menopause early (before the age of 40)
  • Women who had their ovaries removed

Hormone replacement therapy is carefully selected for those women who are at low risk to develop heart disease and breast cancer.

Guidelines for Menopausal Women Receiving Hormone Replacement Therapy

  1. Menopausal women who have undergone hysterectomy can receive estrogen replacement alone.
  2. Menopausal women, who have a uterus, receive a combination of estrogen and progestogen to prevent endometrial cancer.
  3. In menopausal women, who experience moderate to severe vasomotor symptoms, the duration of hormone replacement therapy use will optimally be less than 5 years.
  4. For menopausal women, who suffer vaginal dryness due to less vaginal secretion, intravaginal estrogen preparation is given.
  5. Hormone replacement therapy doesn’t improve loss of libido; however, if it is disturbing most, transdermal estrogen is given.
  6. To reduce the longer use of hormone replacement therapy, lower doses of both estrogen and progestogens is suggested.

Can Hormone Replacement Therapy be given to Older Women?

Yes. Women who had menopause 10-15 years back can go for hormone replacement therapy, but the benefit is quite less compared to younger age group. Possible risk of heart disease and cancer should be kept in mind before prescribing it to older women.

Risk/Side-effects of Hormone Replacement Therapy

  1. Breast cancer
  2. Endometrial cancer
  3. Thromboembolism Heart disease
  4. Breast tenderness
  5. Nausea Bloating

Treatment Regimen

Combination hormone replacement therapy regime is given by using lower doses of estrogen and progestin.

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