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Dr. Anjali Patnaik

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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. Anjali Patnaik is a trusted Gynaecologist in Green Park, Delhi. You can meet Dr. Anjali Patnaik personally at ADIVA Hospital in Green Park, Delhi. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Anjali Patnaik on Lybrate.com.

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I'm 18 years girl, my menses last only For 2 days since 7 8 months, I eat boiled beet root daily is this OK to eat it daily or it has side effects on women menses?

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Gurgaon
I'm 18 years girl, my menses last only For 2 days since 7 8 months, I eat boiled beet root daily is this OK to eat it...
Beetroot has no Side effects on women menstrual cycle, flow quantity and duration of flow. You may have excess of some hormones and deficiency of other hormones required for registration of menstruation and fertility.
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I am feeling instant pain in my right breast from last 2 months before 2 3 weeks of my periods. This started with temporary and sudden pain which lasts for 5 10 mins for few days. This month the pain is not acute but slight which lasts for 4 5 days. I am worried about this. please help me reg this.

MBBS, MS - General Surgery
General Surgeon, Udaipur
I am feeling instant pain in my right breast from last 2 months before 2 3 weeks of my periods.
This started with tem...
Hey lybrate-user, symptoms you are having like breast pain aggrevating before start of mensus with absense of any freely moving lump goes in favour of mastalgia or fibrodenosis. You might be having more pain during weather change too. This condition is treated medically. You can get relief by hot/cold fomentation, evening primrose oil capsules, vitamin Ecapsules.
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My wife has a problem of white discharge from vagina. She has taken some medicine for that but relief was there only during the period of medicine. She also feels itching along with white discharge. What treatment you will advise for that? Is it normal or not?

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
My wife has a problem of white discharge from vagina. She has taken some medicine for that but relief was there only ...
HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICINES FLUOFIN or ADEL 15 DROPS ( ADEL) Drink 15 drops in 20 ml fresh water 3 times daily LEUCONA-F ( R.S.BHARGAWA) Take 2 spoons twice daily Report after 3 months
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Hi, we are trying for a child for last 6 month but she is not getting conceive. There are few drawback. 1) she has less feeling while intercourse. 2) When is the best time for intercourse after mensuration.

MD, MBBS, Advanced Infertility
Gynaecologist, Jalandhar
Hi, we are trying for a child for last 6 month but she is not getting conceive. There are few drawback.
1) she has le...
You should try sexual intercourse on alternate days day 11 to day 17 in a 28 day cycle of mensturation for early conception or you can try lh kits to check ovulation and plan sex accordingly.
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School Refusal: How To Deal With It?

MD - Psychiatry, Diploma in Psychological Medicine-DPM, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, Post Graduate Diploma in Sexology, Certificate Course in Sex Therapy and Counselling
Psychiatrist, Mumbai
School Refusal: How To Deal With It?

The first day of school is a difficult time for both the parents and the child. Separating their child from them for the first time can be very emotional for the parents. The difficulty is compounded when the child continues to cry every day thereafter. Sometimes the child starts going to school without becoming undue anxious but starts to avoid school later. There may be a blatant refusal by the child to go to the school. These indeed are very difficult situations to handle as emotions on both sides are running high.

However, this is good news. Though it seems like a problem, we, parents should be aware that its an opportunity for prevention of long-term problems. Despite being an opportunity, if not managed properly, may further aggravate the problems.

Management–
To strengthen regulatory parts of the child’s brain so that s/he is better able to deal with the anxiety. Rule out real dangers including physical or sexual abuse. At school as well as at home. Assess the methods used by the teacher to curb normal separation anxiety and anxiety of a new place. The children of this age are able to tell the problems which they are facing at the school. We can use many methods including open-ended questions, leading questions or role plays. Once, a teacher told the crying child that her parents would never come if the child cried. As expected the situation worsened. Ensure the child is not being bullied. Sometimes the bullying starts at this age. Chances are higher if the child is younger in the class. 3 yr 1 mth child and 3 yr 11 mths children get admission in the same class.

We need to get her off the school for few days straight away if the cause of the problem is not clear, to ensure we get to the root of the problem. A doctor can be consulted to rule out any physical problems which may be the root cause of anxiety e. G. Thyroid problems, anemia etc.


Once it is ensured that the child is just dealing with the normal stress of separation and new environment with the new teacher and new students, we can start to work on increasing her coping abilities.

How?

  • Acknowledging her fears.
  • Normalize fear.
  • Provide support that the child is not alone in this difficult phase.
  • Give examples that everyone is afraid while going to school.
  • Emphasise the importance of schooling.
  • With all the creative reason one can come out with.
  • Have to be both practical and fun reasons.
  • Address the cause.

Eg. If the teacher scolds her because she disturbs the class or if she slaps or pushes another child out of anger/frustration.

Reason it out.
What should the teacher do if someone else slapped her? usually, the child gets the reason. This is the way to emphasise to the child that, though the parents love the child and will always be there for her, but right is right and wrong is wrong. By this we also worked in unison with the teacher to improve the child’s behaviour.

If the method of the teacher is not appropriate, then the parents can talk to the teacher to find a reasonable way to deal with the child, keeping in mind her sensitivity.

  • Emphasise that the child needs to learn to control her fears.
  • That it’s a slow process but if the child continues to put in an effort she will be able to do it. Ask if she is ready to fight her fears.
  • Another very important step.
  • If yes then great. Continue going to school.


If not then consider few days off for the child. But at home keep telling the child about your concern that her fear may again create problems for her when she will start going to school again. So she should seriously consider fighting her fears.

Am pregnant doctor said there is no heart beat of the baby from 1 week .she told me to took a medicine for cleaning .can I do not eat medicine there is any problem to me.

MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
if it is missed abortion confirm on usg and then u can do d and c. ur details and question is not clear follow wd details
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I am 26 years married. I have one baby. My problem is I am feeling too much sex. And maximum time I am not satisfied with my husband. please tell me. How can I decrease sex? please answer. Thank you.

Diploma in psychology, PVA ayurveda
Psychologist, Bangalore
I am 26 years married. I have one baby. My problem is I am feeling too much sex. And maximum time I am not satisfied ...
Hello Friend, Good that you are seeking a help here. Sexual interest is a natural desire and it varies from individual to individual due to many internal and external factors like hormonal changes, food habbit, lifestyle, thoughts, exposure to sexual content and many more. Nothing to worry. Consult me through private chat to understand different options available at mental and physical level to maintain a happy sexual wellness life without feeling guilty about it or blaming your partner. Be positive. You will be alright soon.
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Probiotics - 3 Myths You Must Be Aware of!

Nutrition & Dietetics, Dietetics
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Delhi
Probiotics - 3 Myths You Must Be Aware of!

With information being bombarded at us from every side, it often becomes difficult to sift through myths and facts. Indigestion is something many people commonly suffer from and probiotics have become an increasingly popular way to treat this condition. Like everything else probiotics are surrounded by a number of myths and misconceptions. Here are the top 3 myths you shouldn’t fall for when talking about probiotics.

Only people with digestion issues need probiotics
We think of probiotics only when suffering from indigestion and stomach upset, but probiotics do much more than cure the occasional stomach cramp. Probiotics can improve a person’s overall health by reducing sugar cravings and strengthening the immune system. It also helps improve the quality of sleep and boosts energy levels. Regular intake of probiotic supplements has also proven to be beneficial for weight loss. By aiding the digestion process, probiotics also help rid the body of toxins and thus, promote clear and healthy skin. These supplements are especially useful when unwell and should be taken along with antibiotics to fight off possible indigestion that may occur as a side effect of the medication.

All probiotics are the same
Walk into a supermarket and you’re bound to see at least half a dozen different types of probiotics. Probiotics can be had in many forms ranging from yogurt to probiotics supplements. Even if you consume yogurt on a daily basis, it may be a good idea to supplement your meals with a probiotic in cases of chronic indigestion. However, not all probiotics are the same. Probiotics vary in terms of potency and the strain of bacteria they concentrate on. Some of these supplements need to be refrigerated while others do not. However, the method of preservation does not affect the efficacy of the supplement. Also, the same probiotics may affect two people in different ways. This is because there are millions of potential combinations for gut flora. Hence, it is important to find a probiotic that works well for you.

Probiotic – prebiotic – they’re the same thing!
Probiotics and prebiotics both work to improve digestion, but the difference between them is more than a single alphabet. While probiotics refer to the bacteria itself that will multiply in your gut and aid in digestion, prebiotics contains fibre and starche that will nourish bacteria and help gut bacteria flourish. Thus, in a way, prebiotics ‘fertilize’ probiotics. Unlike probiotics that are affected by temperature changes and gradually expelled from the body, prebiotics are not destroyed in the body. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a doctor.

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My periods are three days due according to my cycle. We had unsafe sex yesterday. Should I take a pill or is it okay not to as it is the safe period?

BHMS
Homeopath, Kochi
My periods are three days due according to my cycle. We had unsafe sex yesterday. Should I take a pill or is it okay ...
u had sex in safe period.and it is ok if u have regular 28 days cycle.if u have any variations in recent times then dont take any chance
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It's been 4 days I started to Tak tablet loette .Will I get pregnant if sperm goes inside me? I Tak one tab. Every night religiously.

MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
It's been 4 days I started to Tak tablet loette .Will I get pregnant if sperm goes inside me? I Tak one tab. Every ni...
If oral contraceptive pill is taken from 1st day of cycle then it's effective from the 1st cycle (of starting pills), if taken from 5th day of cycle then in the 1st cycle should use some extra precaution. ,from next cycles nothing to worry.
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