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Dr. Alka Malhotra

Gynaecologist, Delhi

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Dr. Alka Malhotra is a popular Gynaecologist in New Friends Colony, Delhi. You can meet Dr. Alka Malhotra personally at Lions Kidney Hospital & Urology Institute in New Friends Colony, Delhi. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Alka Malhotra on Lybrate.com.

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Hii.I am 24 yrs old girl.Got married before 2 months.I got my last period on 18 January.As I have done pregnancy test on 16 February.It was positive.Then I had surgical abortion on 23 Feb.After that again I have tested it by home pregnancy test.It was again positive.It was totally shocking to me.As it is a unplanned pregnancy.Although it is very difficult decision but due to many personal reasons I want to terminate it in any Condition.What to do now.Pls tell .M very much tensed.Pls help me out.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, DNB, Fellowship in Infertility
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
If u had surgical abortion done on 23 feb. Then why did u do urinary preganacy test on 26th.Feb. Preganacy harmones can take up to 7 to 10 days to fall and up to 3 wks to completely vanish. Chose a contraception that could relive u of such stress
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I have pcod and thyroid. I have a daughter. I had three abortions. Now I want a baby badly. I have a 30 to 35 day cycle. I was trying for two months. My ultrasound shows bulky uterus with endometrium thickness 6 mm. I take Metformin and thyroxine. Can I get pregnant again. I am worried. I want a baby badly. Please help.

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, M.S Obsterics & Gynaecology, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), Fellowship in Reproductive Medicine & Infertility
Gynaecologist, Delhi
I have pcod and thyroid. I have a daughter. I had three abortions. Now I want a baby badly. I have a 30 to 35 day cyc...
It should not be difficult for you to conceive again but this time you may need some form of assisted reproductive treatment like injections for egg formation, IUI or may be IVF. See an infertility specialist.
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Warming Up Before Penis Enlargement Exercises: The Hot Towel Technique

MD - General Medicine
Sexologist, Delhi
Warming Up Before Penis Enlargement Exercises: The Hot Towel Technique

Warming Up Before Penis Enlargement Exercises: The Hot Towel Technique

Warming up before penis enlargement exercises is actually a very important practice that men tend to ignore. However, in the same way that you need to stretch before running or lifting weights, you have to warm up your penis before exercising it, as well.

There is actually a reason why warming up before penis enlargement exercises is vital. See, the penis consists of three major areas: the two corpora cavernosa chambers and the corpos spongium chamber. The goal of penile exercises is to improve the two corpora cavernosa chambers and all of the spongy tissues surrounding them.

So, if you do not warm up your manhood before doing the exercises, it will stay cold and you could experience bumps and blood spots that wouldn't have come about if you had warmed it up first. If you warm up, it will get itself ready for the upcoming physical workouts lined up for it. This is why warming up before penis enlargement exercises is so important.

Naturally, penile exercises will also work much better and bring about faster results if there are no bumps, sports or other unwanted injuries involved, in general. Ideally, these warm ups should be done before every single penile or testicle exercise.

By warming up before penis enlargement exercises, your penis will be ready for the exercises ahead by heating up the blood spaces in the aforementioned chambers, expanding the tissue surrounding them and making the tissue more spongy and flexible overall.

If you have no idea how warming up before penis enlargement exercises works yet, one basic warm up that you can learn is the hot towel technique. All that you need to do this is a warm washcloth, which will be used to expand the tissue inside your penis and warm it up as needed.

To do the actual warm up, just grab your penis firmly around the head without causing any pain. Then, pull at it with a bit of force, so that you feel a stretch in the middle and at the base of your penis. Release the stretch after every ten seconds and keep doing the same stretch until you have completed ten repetitions.

If you want to add some variety to the mix, rotate things up a bit while doing the stretches by pulling your penis to the left ten times and then to the right ten times. Once you feel that you have stretched out your penis enough, massage yourself until you get a semi-erection.

Once you have a semi-erection, get a big washcloth and soak it in some hot water or about a minute. Then, wrap the washcloth around your erection. This should feel a little hot, but not scorching hot. As long as it isn't scorching hot, just persist through the heat since it will go away fairly quickly anyway. After that, just hold the washcloth onto your penis for a couple of minutes and then soak it into hot water again. Repeat this process five times, ensuring that the washcloth retains the heat each time.

Warming up before penis enlargement exercises this way will send more blood into your penis and keep it there, keeping the blood areas big and flexible. This will, in turn, help promote better blood circulation, better size gains and faster progress overall.

And there you have it - the hot towel technique. Easy, right? Just keep in mind that you have to do this before every penile exercise that you plan on doing for the day. This will practically guarantee much faster results in the long run. Plus, there will be fewer chances of you experiencing unwanted bumps, spots and injuries from your unprepared corpora cavernosa chambers, as well. Stay safe!

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Sexual Transmitted Diseases

Bachelor of Unani Medicine & Surgery (B.U.M.S)
Sexologist, Meerut

Sexual Transmitted Diseases

Diseases that spread through unprotected sexual activity are known as sexually transmitted diseases (stds). These are caused by microscopic organisms that pass from one person to another through contact with blood, semen, or vaginal secretions and other bodily fluids. 

As per ayurveda, stds are called as upadamsha or firang (i. E one that creates pus in genitals and is of foreign origin. The causes behind these conditions are :

  • Abrasions caused by any handling
  • Injury caused due to scratches by nails
  • Injury caused due to teeth/bites
  • Unhygienic conditions of the genitalia (e. G unclean genitalia)
  • Excessive indulgence in sexual activities
  • Infection transmitted through sexual contact (from vaginal infections)
  • Improper/unethical sexual indulgence

Ayurveda classifies this disease into five types depending on which of the doshas are vitiated and the resultant symptoms. These are:

  • Vataja upadamsha – pricking sensation, pain, black skin lesions
  • Pittaja upadamsha – yellow discoloration, pus formation
  • Kaphaja upadamsha – itching, swelling
  • Sannipathaja upadamsha – combination of features of above three
  • Raktaja upadamsha - yellow discoloration, pus formation, gangrenous lesions.

This is for my friend. She has very low progesterone levels in her body along with that she has clotting factor 9 in her DNA. What is the best treatment for this with very less side effects?

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
This is for my friend. She has very low progesterone levels in her body along with that she has clotting factor 9 in ...
Most of medical challanges need doctor to listen to detailed medical history in form of questions and answers, examination of patient and sometimes new reports with old so meet concerned doctor.
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I have been diagnosed with polycystic ovaries and I have been taking medication for the past 2 years to reduce weight and acne. But due to stress from school for the last 2 yes I feel I've become depressed but then again I feel I'm just being paranoid thoughts of suicide do pop up but again I just feel paranoid. How do I know if I'm actually depressed?

MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
I have been diagnosed with polycystic ovaries and I have been taking medication for the past 2 years to reduce weight...
Polycystic ovarian syndrome is very common problem now a days. Do not get stressed. Try toloose weight at lease 3-4 kg by diet and exercise. U have not mentioned the medicines you rtaking .I hope they are not causing any sideeffects.
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Hi, I am conceived actually, I did check today itself but not ready for it right now. Want to abort. So any suggestions without facing any problems in future.

MBBS, DGO
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Sure. You can take advice from gynaecologist. As such it will not have too many effects in future if you do things cautiously and after consulting a doctor.
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I am unmarried and I am16 week pregnancy but I am unmarried kya abortions possible ho payegi. Kya.

MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
I am unmarried and I am16 week pregnancy but I am unmarried kya abortions possible ho payegi. Kya.
You should first inform your parents and with them visit a local gynaecologist ,or a govt hospital for the needful ,do not delay .MTP upto 20 weeks is legal in India ,but as duration of pregnancy increases chances of complication increase .As you are <18 years your parents consent will be required. Please do not go to any untrained person.
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6 Indian Foods That You Must Eat!

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), MS - Counselling and Psychotherapy
Ayurveda, Jammu
6 Indian Foods That You Must Eat!

When you think of healthy food, cornflakes and oatmeal are probably the first things that come to mind. For most people, eating healthy translates into eating boring, bland food. So, if you're on a diet, here's some good news for you. Healthy food does not have to be bland or expensive.

Here are 6 indigenous Indian healthy foods that are ideal for you.

  1. Idli: This south Indian steamed dish is free from oil and fats and rich in carbohydrates and proteins. Having a low fat content makes idlis very easy to digest. Idlis are prepared using a combination of rice and dal. Their amino acids complement each other and the fermentation process enhances the vitamin b and protein levels in the dish.
  2. Sattu: Sattu is a staple dish in Bihar that is made primarily from roasted gram flour along with barley and wheat flour. Sattu is rich in fiber, has cooling properties and has a low glycaemic index. Roasting the flour also helps retain all the nutrients in the flour. Sattu can be made in a number of ways including paranthas and ladoos.
  3. Dhokla: Dhoklas are steamed Gujarati snacks made using gram flour. As with idlis, the flour is allowed to ferment before steaming. This helps enhance its nutrient value. Dhoklas also have a very low glycaemic index and is easy to digest.
  4. BajraBajra is a very humble grain that is commonly eaten in Rajasthan. Bajra is a rich source of energy and aids digestion. It has an anti diabetic effect and is also said to promote a healthy heart. The lignin in grains is also said to have cancer protecting properties. Bajra is a winter food that is usually made into rotis or khichadi.
  5. Daliya: Daliya is also known as broken wheat. Daliya recipes can be sweet and savoury. Daliya is a complex carbohydrate that is slow to digest and hence releases energy at a slow, sustained rate. This makes it an ideal food for people suffering from high cholesterol or diabetes. The high fiber content also makes daliya easy to digest.
  6. SproutsAlmost every guide to healthy eating promotes sprouts. As the name suggests, sprouts are lentils that have been germinated till they 'sprout' a root. This germination process makes them easy to digest by breaking down the nutrients into simple forms. Sprouts are rich in fiber, vitamin, minerals and proteins. They can be eaten raw or cooked depending on your preference.
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