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Dr. A Chakarvarthy

Gynaecologist, Delhi

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My favorite part of being a doctor is the opportunity to directly improve the health and wellbeing of my patients and to develop professional and personal relationships with them....more
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Dr. A Chakarvarthy is a renowned Gynaecologist in Bapa Nagar, Delhi. You can consult Dr. A Chakarvarthy at Dr A Chakarvarthy's Clinic in Bapa Nagar, Delhi. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. A Chakarvarthy on Lybrate.com.

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I am on 14th day of my periods my follicle have ruptured in both ovaries. We have intercourse on 13 th day and 15 day morning and night. Is there any chance of conceiving.

International Academy of Classical Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Pune
I am on 14th day of my periods my follicle have ruptured in both ovaries. We have intercourse on 13 th day and 15 day...
Don't worry no chance of pregnancy at all You can also go for ultrasound also urine pregnancy test also below is guidelines for you overall everything is not for all its just information hi • according to classical homoeopathy we need detailed case taking how much time you had this problem? Any major illness or hospitalisation? Family history of major illness? What medication do you have now? Is there any relation of weather that affects your complaints? Is there any relation of food that affects your complaints? In short we need detail discussion for You are good improvement or cure.
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Hi. I have very serious question to ask .actually its about my friend. She had sex (anal) yesterday and she is very concern about getting pregnant as she told me that they don't have protected sex is there any chances to get pregnant through anal sex. And they seeing each other from last 2 years.

BASM, MD, MS (Counseling & Psychotherapy), MSc - Psychology, Certificate in Clinical psychology of children and Young People, Certificate in Psychological First Aid, Certificate in Positive Psychology, Positive Psychiatry and Mental Health
Psychologist, Palakkad
Dear user. TO CAUSE PREGNANCY on a woman, sperm should be ejaculated inside the vagina or fresh sperm should be inseminated inside the vagina with some means. Pregnancy only happens when other aspects are too satisfied. In the given case, there is no chance of pregnancy. Take care.
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Hi Need advice from homeopathy doctors regarding my daughter's irregular menstrual cycle . Age - 16 years . Gap - 2 to 3 months .

BHMS
Homeopath, Secunderabad
Homoeopathy is the better choice for irregular periods. Why because Homoeopathy doctors will take-up the total case means physical symptoms, mind symptoms and disease symtoms then prescribe the medicines, so its completely curable. And those are not hormonal suppliments, so nothing to worry with that medicines.Please provide us your contact details for further treatment and evaluation.
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Hi i Am 36 years old, single, I have fibroid in Uterus, before my due date of period my hands and feet gets swollen and continues till my 5th day. Please advise.

DGO, MD, MRCOG, CCST, Accredation in Colposcopy
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
Swelling in the hands and feet is usually not related to fibroids. But in order to help you it would be helpful to know the exact size and type of fibroid.
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I am removed my both ovaries last 4th years ago. Now I have started some pain in my stomach. Kindly advise for the same.

BHMS
Homeopath, Kolkata
I am removed my both ovaries last 4th years ago. Now I have started some pain in my stomach. Kindly advise for the same.
This stomach/abdominal pain could be due to several reasons - non-clearance of bowels/gas/bulky uterus/muscular pull/cramps due to dysentry etc The cause needs to be identified and then treated Please do a USG of whole abdomen to rule out any issue with the abdominal organs. Take plenty of water Balance diet Also take Colocynth 30 - thrice daily 4 pills for next 3-4 days Continue treatment.
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Sir I am 19 year old sir my last period date is 12.03. 16 and its over on 16.03. 16 and meet my bf on 18.3. 16 and I have sex with him without any protection but now from 2 or 3 days there is pain in my lower of stomach and when I ate food I feel like vomit. Am I pregnant or how can I check this?

MD (Unani), Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery (B.U.M.S)
Unani Specialist, Delhi
You should had to take emergency contraceptive pills with in 72 hr of unprotected sex. Now wait for next periods, if you miss then go for upt (urine pregnancy test). Don't worry vomiting and pain abdomen may be due to git infection.
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General Physician (AM)
Alternative Medicine Specialist, Chandigarh
Health Tip on Brisk walking :

Why You Should Walk, Not Run, Your Way To Fat Loss

1. When you do any intense cardiovascular exercise like running, you burn calories from both muscle and fat. The body cannot pick which calories to burn, and thus by running you actually decrease your muscle mass which eventually makes you more metabolically inefficient.

2. The production of a stress hormone called cortisol increases after doing too much cardiovascular exercise, which leads to bigger food cravings since your body wants to compensate for all those burned calories. So you end up consuming more calories than you have previously burned.

**Too much cardio exercising makes you leptin-resistant, which has the same hormonal effect as sleep deprivation. This prevents your body from telling you when it?s full. You get very hungry quickly and due to the high amounts of cortisol you eventually develop insulin resistance and back to gaining weight.

**Cardiovascular exercises can have a negative impact on thyroid function. The thyroid produces a hormone called T4, and in order to have a properly functioning metabolism, it is then is converted to T3. But, the thyroid is unable to produce T4 if you are creating too much cortisol in your body. You end up with a dysfunctional metabolism, loss of energy and inability to burn fat.

3. Running is considered high impact and the further you run, the more impact. If you are overweight this can cause havoc on your joints and knees.
Summary: Running can cause hormonal imbalances, reduction of muscle mass, less efficient metabolism, which can lead to more weight, and if you are overweight, it can have a negative impact on your knees.

Walking on the other hand can be much more balanced and a healthier alternative, even though the amount of calorie burning effects are not as high as running. You decrease the amounts of cortisol with walking, which is much better in the long-term. Walking makes you more sensitive to insulin, enabling better calorie burn from other exercises and it doesn?t create unmanageable hunger and cravings. It also produces dopamine and serotonin at reasonably high levels which make you feel happier and motivated in your overall health and wellness.

So, start walking as much as possible! At least three days a week take 30 minutes to walk, and increase this gradually. Choose walking instead of running, especially if you are over 40 and not accustomed to an exercise regimen. If you want a tone and firm body, do some weekly resistance training exercises for 20 or 30 minutes. Combine these tips with a great diet and you won?t have to run ever again.

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Hello Doctor. Pregnancy Doubt. delayed period. Me and My partner Tried sexual intercourse on June 14th and 15th. I took ipill 14th even and used Condom on 15th nite. Already I got ma normal period June 1st wk itself. Now June 27th to July 1st 5 days I got bleeding. Again June 19th and 20th also 2 days only I got bleed. Now august Month I did not Get ma Normal Period Still dnt knw y? ANY Chance fa Pregnancy? please help me. I want Detailed Ans. Thanx in Advance.

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics & Gynecology, Fellowship in Infertility (IVF Specialist)
Gynaecologist, Aurangabad
Hello Doctor.
Pregnancy Doubt. delayed period.
Me and My partner Tried sexual intercourse on June 14th and 15th. I to...
Hi lybrate-user if you had proper flow in July period then their is no chance of getting pregnant now. But if flow was scanty or altered then their could be bleeding of early pregnancy. It is better to rule out pregnancy with urine pregnancy test in case you have doubt. Wish you good luck.
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I am 27 years female. I am pregnant and plan to take flight in my 33rd week. Baby growth and all other reports are normal till date. How safe is it to fly in 33rd week. Or is train a better solution? I read that at higher altitude radiations increase so can there be as threat to baby in womb or any other problem? Flight is of 2 hours. Please suggest.

fellow in Obstetric Medicine , MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Hyderabad
I am 27 years female. I am pregnant and plan to take flight in my 33rd week. Baby growth and all other reports are no...
Hello, Firstly you will have to check with the airlines if you can fly at 33 weeks as some airlines do not allow it secondly you will need a certificate of fitness from ur doc before the travel. Since it is a short duration flight as long as it is a low risk pregnancy it is not a problem for most women. However train journeys are recommended in terms of comfort and ability to rest well and stretch your feet etc.! Do check with your gynaec and keep yourself well hydrated..!
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In Your Third Trimester? How Should You Take Care of Your Baby?

MBBS, MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology
IVF Specialist, Delhi
In Your Third Trimester? How Should You Take Care of Your Baby?

Pregnancy is one of the most important period in a woman’s life. This is a time when she should indulge in the best of everything when it comes to diet, rest and exercise, depending on the recommendations of the doctor. As the pregnancy progresses, there are many myths and facts that take over. These usually reach a crescendo by the time the pregnancy reaches the third trimester. Let us find out ways and tips, which you can use to care for your baby and yourself during the third trimester of your pregnancy.

  1. Travel: This an often debated aspect that one has to consider, especially during the third trimester of one’s pregnancy. While many people say that it is not appropriate to travel during the third trimester, this really depends on the state of your health during this time. If you are suffering from problems like blood clot formation, then you may want to avoid travel as this can lead to blood clots due to long hours spent sitting in a flight or a train. Travel during the third trimester must also be avoided so as to avoid undue exposure to infections when you use public restrooms. This should be avoided, especially if you have fallen prey to infections in the beginning of the pregnancy. Also, long travel by cars should be avoided. If you have to travel, then you must stop often to stretch your legs on a regular basis.
  2. Movement of the Baby: One of the most important signs that shows you that your baby is thriving and is doing well is the movement of the fetus. This must be monitored and not ignored at all. It is important to keep in touch with your doctor regarding the number of movements that you should ideally feel during 24 hours. If you are not feeling anything close to that number, then you must have the same checked up by the doctor so that any complications may be unraveled on a timely basis.
  3. Sleeping: How you sleep also affects the health of the baby. You need to avoid sleeping on your back during the third trimester, as this can lead to oxygen supply problems. The uterus tends to become heavy during this part of the pregnancy and it can come to rest on the feotus in case you sleep on your back. This lead to a reduction or lack of the blood and oxygen supply to the baby. You should ideally sleep on your side, with a pillow to keep your legs at a proper level and support your aching back as well. You should also try and sleep on your left side as this promotes better blood flow to the baby inside.
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