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Dr. Andalive

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Gynaecologist, Delhi

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RZ-89, Old Roshan Pura, Gurgaon Road, Najafgarh, Landmark: Opposite State Bank Of India & Opposite To Gurudwara Temple, DelhiDelhi Get Directions
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I am suffering from irregular period since 6 month. My age is 27 years. How can I regular it.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Ahmednagar
I am suffering from irregular period since 6 month. My age is 27 years. How can I regular it.
Hello, lybrate-user there are two types of irrrgular periods they may come early or late. So which problem you r suffering is necessary to know. If they are late its may be due to haemoglobin defeciency, thyroid problem or poly cystic ovarian disease. So you have to do these blood test and usg abdomen. Find the exact reason and take treatment accordingly. Till that you can use syp. Evecare 2tsf two times a day after food.
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Know More About Nutmeg

MBBS,CCA,DCA,AASECT,FPA,AAD,F.H.R.SM.I.M.S
General Physician, Bangalore
Know More About Nutmeg

Replacing nutmeg in a recipe is easier than you think, as there are many different nutmeg substitutes out there in the culinary world. Nutmeg is a warm and earthen spice that is popular in a huge variety of global cuisines and dishes. However, despite being rather distinct, the effect that it has on food can be replicated by any number of other herbs and spices. Whether you have run out of nutmeg before making brownies or you’re entertaining someone with a nutmeg allergy, seeking out nutmeg substitutes is a simple solution, provided you understand their potential flavor profiles and potencies.

Nutmeg substitutes

The best substitutes for nutmeg include aniseed, cardamom, chili powder, mace, saffron, and turmeric, among others.

Allspice

This is actually a blend of three spices – cinnamon, cloves, and nutmeg – and is a popular mixture for a variety of sweet and savory foods. Allspice not only includes a portion of nutmeg but also two othercomplementary spices, making it one of the best nutmeg substitutes available.

Aniseed

The licorice-like flavor of aniseed is a good replacement for the musky sweetness of nutmeg. In desserts and sweeter dishes, you can use aniseed as a slightly different, but equally delicious, ingredient.

Pumpkin pie spice

Ginger, nutmeg, allspice, and cinnamon make up this relatively modern spice blend. Able to be included in many autumnal foods – both sweet and savory – it is most famous for its connection with pumpkin pie. However, using a pinch of this will add small amounts of nutmeg, along with other complementary spices.

Cajun spice

Similar to cumin in its replacement powers, a small punch of cajun spice can give your dish a similar kick as nutmeg, but is not recommended for sweet recipes.

Cinnamon

This sweet and spicy option as a nutmeg substitute is ideal for baking. Cinnamon possesses a warm and recognizable flavor, but when used in smaller concentrations, it can mimic the taste and effect of nutmeg in sweet dishes. Only use half as much cinnamon as you would nutmeg, due to cinnamon’s significantly more potent flavor.

Cloves

Although nutmeg is usually considered sweeter than cloves, they both have a similar earthy, peppery bite to them. While using cloves can change the flavor profile of your dish slightly, the overall effect won’t be unpleasant, and even a perceptive palate won’t notice the difference.

Cumin

Cumin may be commonly associated with indian or mexican food, but its unique flavor makes it a viable nutmeg substitute as well. The end result may be a bit spicier, and less sweet, the two spices share enough similarities for the switch to work.

Ginger

If you are really in a bind, you can use dried ginger in place of nutmeg. While the former has a distinctly more powerful bite than nutmeg, it can help to season certain savory dishes. Use 1/2 teaspoon of dried ginger for every teaspoon of nutmeg called for in the recipe.

Mace

This is a different spice from nutmeg, but it is made from the same tree, which gives it a surprisingly similar characteristic in many different meals. If you are looking for a good replacement for nutmeg, this may actually be your best bet, as it is the closest option to the real thing!

Mustard

This replacement will be a much more potent flavor, leaning towards the savory and astringent side. However, in non-dessert meals, mustard can provide the refreshing bite of nutmeg.

Saffron

Use a very small amount of saffron to replace nutmeg, as it is significantly spicier. Fortunately, when using this in either sweet or savory recipe, it is difficult to tell the difference.

Turmeric

Bearing some of the same active ingredients and capable of providing the same health benefits, turmeric may leave your food a slightly different color, but the flavor profile won’t be too different, as they both share an earthy, woodsy taste.

Better hygienic habits

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General Surgeon, Pune
Better hygienic habits ,go a long way to better and healthy living and enjoyable life. Give few hours to care for your body and few minutes for the better hygienic habits for your own life.
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Sir,My husband working in army i want to be get pregnent next week he will come 30 holiday please suggest and help?

MBBS, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology)
Gynaecologist, Bhubaneswar
Visit an infertility consultant and plan for intrauterine insemination if possible.Or else take advice from Yr doc regarding timed intercourse
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Hello Dr. It's been 3 years of marriage n once I had miscarriage a few months before. After that I'm not able to conceive. What is the best time to conceive for a baby. I have thyroid but my last TSH test is 0.66 n it is normal. My weight is 82 kg n my age is 23 yrs. I'm having lil effect of PCOS also. Last month I was having follicular monitoring but it wasn't successful. please help me doctor.

MD-Ayurveda
Ayurveda, Patiala
Hello Dr. It's been 3 years of marriage n once I had miscarriage a few months before. After that I'm not able to conc...
kindly take varandi kshsyam, 3 tsf in half a glass of warm water before meals, twice a dat. Take shatavari choorna, 1 tsf in a glass of warm milk, twice a day, 1 hr after meals. Take chandraprabha vati , 2 tabs, after meals twice a day, after meals. Avoid cold water, curd, spicy food, fast food, late night meals in your routine. Cut down intake of sugar and salt in your diet. Do regular brisk walking, streches to keep your weight under check. Make sure you sleep 7 to 8 hrs at night regularly at night. Avoid excess mental or physical stress. Continue the regime for 2 months.
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A couple of days back I underwent ultrasound and the doctor told me that I have multiple follicles on my ovaries. She did lh, fsh and amh tests and concluded that I have polycystic ovaries. Does it effect my fertility? Can I conceive?

MBBS
General Physician, Patiala
A couple of days back I underwent ultrasound and the doctor told me that I have multiple follicles on my ovaries. She...
Hello pcod can have some effect on fertility and it usually depends on the extent of disease and your lifestyle. And don't worry regarding conceiving because you can definitely conceive and give birth to a healthy baby either normally without any medications or with some medications if there is some difficulty in conceiving. Best treatment of pcod is to do regular aerobic exercises, reduce your weight and eat healthy food, avoid saturated fats. And by modifying your lifestyle this way you might not need any medications. Regards.
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Hi I am 26 years old female. My last period came on 19 april 2015. What are the days when my chances of being pregnant is higher. Also let me know how chances of getting pregnant can be increased.

FRAS, MD - Ayurveda, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine & Surgery (BAMS)
Alternative Medicine Specialist, Ernakulam
You should first track your ovulation, there are ovulation predictor kits available use that, also you can see natural predictions which is slimy colour less discharge 1 or 2 days before your ovulation, especially in mornings, chances of pregnancy is high when you know your ovulation, so should have sex 2 days before your ovulation, generally every month between 10 to 22nd day, every alternate days, you should have sex for conception.

My wife is pregnant, and suffering from body weakness and doctor has told deficiency of Hb in Blood Report. Please have some fair ADVICE. THANKS.

PDDM, MHA, MBBS
General Physician, Nashik
My wife is pregnant, and suffering from body weakness and doctor has told deficiency of Hb in Blood Report. Please ha...
Include food which are rich in iron in your regular meals. Such foods include: dark green leafy vegetables, dates, jaggery, raisins, nuts, legumes, pulses, etc. Increase your intake of vitamin C rich foods such as berries, sweet lime, orange, etc. Vitamin C help is increasing absorption rate of iron in body.
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I have thyroid problem is there is a chance to get pregnant with 5 times of sexual intercourse?

BHMS
Homeopath, Secunderabad
I have thyroid problem is there is a chance to get pregnant with 5 times of sexual intercourse?
It is important to bring the thyroid problem under control. Please recheck after 2-3 months (for monitoring your thyroid levels after the intake of eltroxin ). You can also visit your doctor along with your spouse for a general health check-up to rule out any problems which can lead to the difficulty in conception. Please update all the reports and the doctor's opinion so that some definite suggestion can be made. You can try Homeopathy which can improve the health status naturally and help in natural conception. You can contact me if you need help.
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I am weaning breastfeeding and I am breastfeeding my lo 2 times per day and during weaning I got menstruation is it normal? Because at start of breastfeeding I was spotting for one day in two weeks for 2 months and after that now during weaning I got menstruation let me know is it normal?

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
I am weaning breastfeeding and I am breastfeeding my lo 2 times per day and during weaning I got menstruation is it n...
As you are giving twice a day it is considered as breast feeding period.It is common not to get period or scanty period or delayed periods when breast feeding is going on. So during this time it is important to use reliable family planning method so that either you are not worried about pregnancy now and then or don’t miss diagnosing pregnancy early.
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