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Jain Child and Maternity Hospital, near fortis hospital shalimar bagh,New Delhi

Jain Child and Maternity Hospital

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Courtsey Consultant La Femme and Depatment of Gynaecology and Obstetrics, AE-7, Shalimar Bagh, near fortis hospital shalimar bagh,New Delhi
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Jain Child and Maternity Hospital   4.5  (754 ratings) Gynaecologist Clinic Courtsey Consultant La Femme and Depatment of Gynaecology and Obstetrics, AE-7, Shalimar Bagh, near fortis hospital shalimar bagh,New Delhi
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Jain Child and Maternity Hospital is known for housing experienced Gynaecologists. Dr. Surekha Jain, a well-reputed Gynaecologist, practices in near fortis hospital shalimar bagh,New Delhi. Visit this medical health centre for Gynaecologists recommended by 60 patients.

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Courtsey Consultant La Femme and Depatment of Gynaecology and Obstetrics, AE-7, Shalimar Bagh,
Shalimar Bagh near fortis hospital shalimar bagh,New Delhi, Delhi - 110088
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Beta-hCG Urine Test: What All It Indicates?

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Causes, symptoms and diagnosis of Thyroid<br/><br/>Hello friends. I am Dr. Surekha Jain practicin...

Causes, symptoms and diagnosis of Thyroid

Hello friends. I am Dr. Surekha Jain practicing as a gynecologist and obstetrician since last 40 years. I own my own hospital at Shalimar Bagh with the name of Jain Child and Maternity Hopsital Pvt. Ltd. I am also attached with the Fortis Hospital, Shalimar Bagh as a Senior Gynecologist and Obstetrician. Today, I am planning to tell you about Thyroid Diseases during Pregnancy. The reason for choosing this topic is that it is very common nowadays to find thyroid disease during pregnancy and the smallest variation in the thyroid organ can really affect your pregnancy. The thyroid disease is present in two forms: Hyperthyroidism and Hypothyroidism. Hyperthyroidism means over active thyroid and Hypothyroidism means which is under active thyroid.

Thyroid is an organ which is located in the front of your organ like a butterfly and it releases hormones which control metabolism of your body it controls even single cell of your body. Thyroid affects the whole body. During pregnancy, why we are worried about the thyroid disease that if you already know that you have hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism at the very first consultation of your pregnancy, you should tell your obstetrician that you are either Hyperthyroid or hypothyroid and what drugs you are already taking. So that the doctor can help you adjust those medications. In case you do not know the status of your thyroid at very first visit the doctor will you investigations to be done and thyroid status is one of them.

Why is it so important to do early? Because the thyroid functions are more important in the first trimester of pregnancy to control the development of the baby. You very well know that during the very first three months of your pregnancy, the child being made, all the organs, all the systems are developed and after that the child only grows inside so the first three months are very crucial. And thyroid controls the activities in the mother and the baby. So, you should know the status of thyroid. Now, let us know what are the most important irregularities you can have in thyroid? Hyperthyroidism, even though it is rare, in early pregnancy signs and symptoms they quite mimic hyperthyroidism like excessive vomiting, nausea, irritability, giddiness and irregular heartbeat, even nervousness. So, these are very common in pregnancy as well as in hyperthyroidism.

So, if they are in a moderate amount, you can think of having these symptoms because of pregnancy. But, in case there is excessive, your doctor will definitely test you for hyperthyroid by doing certain blood tests and manage you accordingly on anti-thyroid drugs. The second most important is hypothyroidism. Hypothyroidism being more common than hyperthyroidism, therefore, it is very important to manage hypothyroidism in early pregnancy. In first, seven to nine weeks, the fetus doesn’t have any thyroid function in itself. So whatever it is getting it is from the mother. If the mother is deficient, the child will also become deficient and later on it can have multiple problems of nervous system, skeletal system, and developmental problems. Now, how do you diagnose the thyroid disease? It is very simple. Only by blood test you can diagnose thyroid. Three blood tests are there, TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone), T3 and T4. These are the hormones which are released by thyroid and thyroid stimulating hormone is the controlling hormone which keeps adjusting itself according to the hormone. Only by test you can come to know whether you are youth thyroid that is normal thyroid or you are hypothyroid or hyperthyroid.

If thyroid is not controlled properly during pregnancy then there can be multiple things which can happen to the mother and the baby. Now, if it not controlled in the first trimester, then developmental problems can be there. Baby can have certain congenital birth defects but later on it can lead to prematurity, and high blood pressure. Now, how can you come to know you are suffering from symptoms only? Hyperthyroidism can lead to severe nausea, vomiting, and slight tremors in your body, trouble sleeping, weight loss, or low weight for pregnant women. How can you know about hypothyroidism? Symptoms of hypothyroidism are such as extreme tiredness, weight gain, confusion, constipation, concentration and memory problems.

So, once your doctor knows whether you are hypo or hyper, they will treat you accordingly. If you want to know more, you can contact me through Lybrate, Dr. Surekha Jain. I am a certified thyroid disease treatment giver to the patients so you can contact me by chat, telephone, by putting your questions directly to me through Lybrate. They know my telephone number, my address. You can contact me, come to me, you can chat with me and even have video chat with me. Thank you.

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Dr. Surekha Jain

MS, MBBS
Gynaecologist
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44 Years experience
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Hysterectomy - 10 Facts You Must Be Aware Of!

MS, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Hysterectomy - 10 Facts You Must Be Aware Of!

Hysterectomy is a procedure that is used to treat a wide variety of conditions. A partial hysterectomy is performed for the removal of the uterus whereas a myomectomy is performed for the removal of the fibroids. A complete hysterectomy is performed in order to remove the uterus and the cervix. With hysterectomy, there comes some critical and sensitive topic that needs to be discussed with the surgeon. Here is a list of top 10 things that need to be known about hysterectomy:

  1. The sex life concern: Unlike common apprehension, hysterectomy doesn’t necessarily mean the end of sex life. In the worst case scenario where the cervix is removed, it takes around 6 weeks before one can resume the sex life.
  2. Hysterectomy can’t cure endometriosis: Endometriosis is a condition that is characterised by menstrual cramp, painful intercourse and chronic pain. Hysterectomy is not the first line of treatment for a condition like this. If any doctor has suggested it, it makes sense to take a second opinion.
  3. Hysterectomy doesn’t mean menopause: This procedure doesn’t mean a menopause or an inability to get pregnant. There are certain other misconceptions such as getting night sweats, hot flashes and menstrual cramp etc. On the contrary, a well-performed procedure will ensure that a person doesn’t feel a thing after the surgery.
  4. The loss in ovaries: Depending on the condition of a patient, a doctor might remove the fallopian tube, uterus and ovaries. It necessarily means a sudden loss of oestrogen and progesterone hormone abruptly. Both this hormone are critical for bone and sexual health. It might also lead to menopause, decreased urge in sex and hot flashes during the night. It is therefore very important to discuss each and every aspect of the procedure before the surgery begins.
  5. Hormonal therapy: Since the removal of ovaries is likely to cause physical discomfort to the body, hormonal therapy can come to the rescue of an individual. Hormonal therapy can curtail the risk of blood clot formation, heart diseases, stroke etc.
  6. Explore other non-surgical options: Hysterectomy is not the last word for any uterus or ovary related problems. The goal is to keep the uterus intact. There are certain less evasive procedures to save ovaries and uterus. This is where multiple opinions come handy.
  7. Less invasive options: There exist less invasive surgeries for treatment related to uterus and ovaries. For instance, a robotic hysterectomy causes far less pain as compared to traditional procedure. It also ensures less loss of blood from the system resulting in less weakness.
  8. The morcellation technique: In case a uterus has to be removed, doctors these days use a process known as morcellation. The latter involves making small cuts into various places of the uterus in order to bring it out. The false apprehension of this process causing cancer cells in the body is not true. Only if a patient is suffering from a particular kind of cancer, it might spread to other parts of the body. A doctor has to be consulted to assure such a thing doesn’t happen.
  9. Cancer apprehension: For people facing a gene defect such as BRAC1 and BRAC2 hysterectomy can reduce the chance of ovarian cancer by a good 80 percent.
  10. Physiological healing post hysterectomy: Although physical healing takes no more than 6 weeks after the procedure, the emotional healing might take some time. It makes sense to seek professional help for postoperative depression.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

Beta-hCG Test

MS, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
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Causes Of Bleeding Or Spotting During Early Pregnancy!

MS, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Causes Of Bleeding Or Spotting During Early Pregnancy!

Seeing spots of blood during pregnancy is usually a cause for concern. However, it is not uncommon. The light bleeding, which is known as spotting may occur for a number of reasons.

Bleeding during the first trimester
Spotting is most likely to happen during early pregnancy and the reasons could be many, such as:

  • implantation bleeding occurs during the first month of pregnancy when the fertilised egg gets attached to the wall of the uterus.
  • cervical polyps ( a tumour that form on the surface of the cervix) or yeast infection may also cause episodes of spotting.
  • miscarriage may be another possible reason for spotting
  • ectopic pregnancy is another cause. It is the condition in which the embryo plants itself in either of the fallopian tubes instead of the uterus.
  • molar pregnancy is a rare condition associated with spotting during pregnancy. When this is the case, instead of your baby, an abnormal tissue grows inside the uterus. Sometimes it can be cancerous too.

Bleeding during the second or third trimesters
Spotting may also occur during late pregnancy and the possible reasons are listed below.

  • problems related to placenta like placenta previa placental abruption can also result in spotting. These are serious conditions when the placenta either covers the cervix or it gets detached from the uterine wall respectively.
  • uterine rupture is the rare and unfortunate event when a scar from a previous surgery (like the removal of fibroid or previous caesarean scar bursts open and the baby slips into the pregnant woman's abdomen.
  • premature labour occurs when your body is too eager to deliver the baby, usually one month before the due date of delivery.
  • vasa Previa is another rare condition when a baby who is still developing has his blood vessels entangled in the umbilical cord or placenta-crossing the cervix. It is extremely dangerous because the blood vessels may burst open thus causing the baby to bleed and lose oxygen.

Here's what you can do about spotting
It is strongly recommended that you should immediately see your doctor as soon as you detect any spotting during your pregnancy. Only a well-qualified medical expert can suggest the appropriate steps to be taken, depending on your individual reasons and symptoms related to spotting. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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I am 3 months pregnant and I am having severe back pain and joint pains and body pain and tiredness What to do.

MS, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
I am 3 months pregnant and I am having severe back pain and joint pains and body pain and tiredness
What to do.
At three months pregnancy there are multiple causes of bachahe so we have to find out the reasontill then you can apply systaflam gel on your back.
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This is my 1st pregnancy. .i can not feel my baby movements till now. .m 22 week pregnant.

MS, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
This is my 1st pregnancy. .i can not feel my baby movements till now. .m 22 week pregnant.
If every other investigstions are fine then you need not to worry as in first pregnancy mother some times feel s foetal movments a little later that is upto 26 weeks.
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Having soybean is good r bad for health. When trying to conceive. If there is no cervical fluid 1 week before periods do I have chances of getting pregnant my endometrium was 0.98 cm on my 17th day.

MS, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Having soybean is good r bad for health. When trying to conceive. If there is no cervical fluid 1 week before periods...
Soyabean is good for health if there is no cervical fluid you have to consult in person this you can do with me via Lybrate paying them three hundred then you ll be able to connect me on line.
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Essential Precautions During Postpartum Care!

MS, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Essential Precautions During Postpartum Care!

The first six weeks after the baby is born is termed as the postpartum period. While this is a joyous phase for a mother, it requires healing and adjustments for the mother. While the mother bonds with the baby during this period, adjusting to surroundings with the new baby can be challenging affair. The postpartum care, therefore, becomes more important. Here is a brief guideline about the essential precautions of postpartum care and its importance-

  1. Get as much rest as possible: Postpartum care can be demanding for a mother. Sleeping is required to beat the fatigue and tiredness during this period. The baby wakes up from the sleep every alternate hour and the mother needs to feed him. To ensure that the mother is not physically exhausted, it is important that she sleeps whenever the baby does.
  2. Eat healthily: Maintaining a healthy diet during the postpartum care is extremely important. Food such as whole grain, protein, fruits, and vegetables can contribute to incremental healing. If a mother is breastfeeding the baby, consumption of fluid is equally as important as a healthy diet. A good diet helps a mother to gain sufficient energy that she is burning during the initial few weeks of giving birth to the baby.
  3. Avoid strenuous work: Each mother should take at least 2-3 months after delivery to get back to work. If the situation arises where a mother is forced to join back her job or take up professional activities, it should be ensured that she should not take up any strenuous activities. It will not only wear her out but take a heavy toll on the mental health as well.
  4. Exercise: Usually a doctor suggests the right time to exercise and prescribes the right exercise that is necessary to a mother. The exercise should not be too strenuous. A quick walk around the park, brisk jogging for 10 minutes, some easy-to-follow free-hand exercises can be extremely beneficial for a mother during this stage. Exercise can keep fatigue and boredom at bay and helps a mother increase the energy levels throughout the day.
  5. Seek help: Postpartum depression is very common among new mothers. It often shows up during the first few weeks after giving birth. Close to 80 percent of the mother explains abrupt mood swings, irritability, restlessness, insomnia, sadness, unexplained crying etc. It makes sense to visit a doctor or seek professional help if these symptoms do not go away after a couple of weeks of giving birth to the baby. Doctors can suggest ways to get over this phase easily. If not for these symptoms, a doctor should be consulted in any which case for a span of first three months to refrain from unwanted complications.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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I've c section 2 months ago, I've no fever or any infection or redness but my incision hurt and there is burning sensation too. My doc prescribe me pain killer.

MS, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
I've c section 2 months ago, I've no fever or any infection or redness but my incision hurt and there is burning sens...
Yes you can take pain killer which also have anti inflammatoryin them do some hot water fomentation or dry hot fomentation yuo can have further consultation with me via Lybrate.
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I am 23 years old. And I did unprotected sex on 15th october 2017 and I want to know whether I am pregnant or not. My due period date is 12th of november can I use the pregnancy kit to detect my pregnancy before my periods or should I use it if I miss my due period. Also I want to ask whether can I get the urine test done in lab and what is the suitable time to get it done in lab, can I get it done before a week of my due period date, will it show accurate results?

MS, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
I am 23 years old. And I did unprotected sex on 15th october 2017 and I want to know whether I am pregnant or not. My...
Urine pregnancy test is most of the time is positive two days after missing the period but if you want asure test earlier get your blood tested in a lab the test is beta H CG done with blood and can be done two or three days before the due date of period.
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I sex with my girlfriend on 6th (5/10/2017) day of her cycle but she not get her mc till now .is there any possibility of pregnancy should I hv to worry about it? She have a regular cycle of 28-30 days .please help me out.

MS, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
I sex with my girlfriend on 6th (5/10/2017) day of her cycle but she not get her mc till now .is there any possibilit...
First thing is do a urine pregnancy test at home if it is positive see adoctor if it is negative see a doctor.
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