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Dr. D Takkar

Gynaecologist, New Delhi

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Dr. D Takkar is a renowned Gynaecologist in East Of Kailash, Delhi. You can visit her at Dr D Takkar's Clinic in East Of Kailash, Delhi. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. D Takkar on has a number of highly qualified Gynaecologists in India. You will find Gynaecologists with more than 31 years of experience on Find the best Gynaecologists online in Delhi. View the profile of medical specialists and their reviews from other patients to make an informed decision.


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I am 36 years old. I have two children. I had cigerianed two times. My stomach was still fat from delivery onwards, is there any solution to reduce the fat belly?

FRAS, MD - Ayurveda, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Alternative Medicine Specialist, Ernakulam
Yes diet control, regular exercise and herbal medicine namely ayaskriti, shuddha guggulu capsules, vrikshamla capsules, triphala churna, green tea for 4 months will help consult me private for dosages
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Hi, I am newly married guy and have family planning after two years and to avoid pregnancy for 2 years for my wife how can we have protected sex without condom, could you suggest any safe medication?

MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Nashik
If you don't won't risk of pregnancy & don't want to use condoms. Oral contraceptive pills is other option. She has to take it daily from 1 st day of menses till pack is over for 21 days. On stopping pack she would get withdrawal bleed. To start new pack again on 1 st day. She should be assessed by doc before prescribing .it has side effects also.
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My sister follows a gluten-free diet, and l planned desserts for her but totally forgot about the gravy. How do I thicken gluten-free gravy?

Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
Use tomato puree, make it at home. Just steam tomatoes with little water, cool, use a mixer to make a paste, you can add raw ginger and garlic & onions also while cooking puree. This can be kept in fridge, this can be used to dilute the daals so that they cause less distention, no body likes to take tomato soup like a patient in a hospital, specially our kids. This is the best indirect way to feed entire family with less fats & more of lycopene rich tomatoes. Another choice to thicken gravies is to grind cashew nuts but here we do get benefits of cashews plus lots of calories! you asked about desserts
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Iam pregnant but I had abortion last 3 years. Now iam afraid because I have body rashes.

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
Homoeopathic medicine ACTEA RACEMOSA Q ( Dr.Reckeweg)Start drinking 10 drop in 20 ml fressh water 3 times daily immediately. for 2 months
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Hello doc. In 28 year unmarried girl. Nd pcod ki problem h. Muje 3 mnth se periods nhi aa rhe please koi mdcn suggest kro. Periods k liye.

Diploma in Anesthesia, MBBS
General Physician, Hyderabad
Need further information for suggesting better options. As of now for regulation of your periods, best is to take oral pills used for contraception for regulation of your periods, fulfuling the hormonal needs of the body and gives withdrawal bleeding after 25 - 27 days. Repeat the cycles for 3 months and allow the uterus to go into natural cycles so wait for some time and see. Basing onthe out come further advise is given. Good luck.
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Chlamydia - Things You Must Know About It!

MBBS, DIiploma in Yoga and Ayurveda, Diploma In Dermatology And Venerology And Leprosy (DDVL), PGDPC
Sexologist, Pune
Chlamydia - Things You Must Know About It!

Chlamydia is a Sexually Transmitted Disease. It is generally found in men and women under the age of 25. Researchers have found that in the United States about 2.9 million individuals develop this disease every year.

Here are things that you must know about the disease:

What is it all about?
It is caused due to bacterial infection and is transferred sexually. You can be infected with disease by having vaginal, oral or anal sex with the patient. You must be aware of the fact that you can develop chlamydia even if your partner doesn’t ejaculate inside your vaginal tract. If you had suffered from this disease in the past, you can still get it again by having unprotected sex with an infected person.

What are the symptoms of this disease?
There aren’t any obvious symptoms for this disease. Most of the patients show no sign of developing this disease. Thus, you never get to know when you were infected actually. However, some patients do reflect some symptoms after 4 to 5 days of infection. These symptoms include abnormal penis or vaginal discharge and painful, burning urination. Men can also develop a bleeding rectum.

How do you know for sure that you are infected?
Well, you can get yourself tested to confirm about the infection.

What happens if you don’t get treated?
If the patient doesn’t seek medical help, he or she is posing threat to his or her health. Women may develop pelvic inflammatory diseases, infertility or ectopic pregnancy. In men, it can cause pain and fever as the infection spreads along the tube carrying sperm.

Is there any treatment?
This disease is curable. But it is important to avoid sexual contact with anyone during the period of treatment or medication. First, you need to undertake the test to confirm the infection. You shouldn’t have sex for seven days after the treatment is over. It is advisable to get yourself tested thrice in a year. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a sexologist.

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After how many weeks fetal heart beat can be recognized. My cousin is currently at 6th week undergone for scan, unfortunately heart beat not recognised on fetal.

BHMS, MD - Homeopathy
Homeopath, Vijayawada
Hi lybrate user, at about 5 weeks gestation, your baby's heart begins to beat. At this point, a normal fetal heart rate is about the same heart rate as the mother's: about 80-85 beats per minute (bpm). So I think there is a development problem and rescan in a week to confirm diagnosis and to take further step.
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I"M married 4 month back and we decided to go for baby but still now no sign of pregnancy, Want to ask gynecologist.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Pregnancy can happen only on one day of cycle- on day woman ovulates. Means you had only 4 trials of pregnancy that too if you had sex on or around that day. That is why you have to give 12-18-24 months chance to nature depending on age of your wife.
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Umbilical Cord Blood Banking: Why It can be a saviour for your child always

MD - Microbiology, MBBS
Pathologist, Mumbai
Umbilical Cord Blood Banking: Why It can be a saviour for your child always
Umbilical Cord Blood Banking: Nurturing life after pregnancy

Stem cells are the basic building blocks of our body. They are found in the blood, tissues, organs and immune system. These powerful stem cells are found in umbilical cord blood. They have a remarkable ability to regenerate themselves and differentiate into specialized cells, thus they can replace diseased cells and can be used for the treatment of life threatening diseases.

What is umbilical cord and why is it so awesome?

Throughout the pregnancy, the umbilical cord functions as a lifeline between mother and baby. It carries rich nutrients, oxygenated blood from placenta to the developing baby through the umbilical vein. The baby in turn pumps nutrient-depleted, deoxygenated blood back to the placenta through umbilical arteries. Yes it’s reverse! Umbilical cord is a rich source of cord blood and cord tissue stem cells. Stem cells have a unique ability to differentiate into functional cells which can help treat more than 80 diseases in the baby after birth. According to the WHO report, minimum 2000 Cord Blood Stem Cell Transplants are performed annually to cure diseases such as leukemia, sickle cell anemia, thalassaemia, cerebral palsy, myeloma, lymphoma and more. More than 35000 cord blood stem cell transplants have already been performed worldwide and 53% of cord blood transplants have been performed in children. (World Cord Blood Congress 2015 Report)

5 unique qualities that make umbilical cord blood banking so convenient and important.

Umbilical cord blood banking is the process of collecting and preserving your baby’s umbilical cord blood stem cells for future medical uses.

1. Collecting umbilical cord stem cells is a quick and easy procedure and painless for the mother and baby.
2. Stem cells from the umbilical cord blood are young and unexposed to the external environment, thus they can be transplanted with higher chances of acceptance in the patient body.
3. The therapeutic potential of umbilical cord stem cells is vast. These stem cells are already being used to treat more than 80 life threatening diseases.
4. Cord blood stem cells are genetically unique and exclusive. If your family has a history of complex diseases, like: Alzheimer's disease, Arthritis, Asthma, Heart disease and stroke, chances of your children inheriting them are higher. These life threatening diseases can be cured with cord blood. All the more reason why you should opt for preservation of cord blood stem cells.
5. Umbilical cord stem cells if preserved are readily available in case of emergency for the baby and family. This ensures that in situations of crisis, you wouldn't have to spend months or years finding a donor.

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I am at 15 dpo, I have some symptoms breast tenderness, lower abdomen cramps, lower back pain, feeling tired, is it possible I am pregnant?

Gynaecologist, Delhi
If you have had your last period within last 28 days and if you have not missed any period on an expected date, it is not likely that you are pregnant.
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Adolescent Issues.

Post graduate in counselling psychology
Adolescent Issues.
How to talk to your Son about Periods?
Imagine yourself in a situation; your son will reach his puberty in next couple of years and you want him to reach this critical age with complete understanding of how a man and woman’s body works. This is not an imagination, but most of us either have already faced this situation or will going to face it in future.

Shivani Misri Sadhoo, an eminent psychologist in Delhi, today’s shares her tips on how to talk to your son about periods.

First you should start a direct conversation with your son; don’t run in circles, tell him about periods and patiently answer all his questions. Be as straightforward as you can. You can start your conversation like:

1. In your school you have seen older boys, their voices sound heavy like your father’s. This happens because when boys grow up they pass through a phase where lot of physical changes take place, both inside and outside of the body. This phase is called puberty.

2. During puberty a boy’s voice change, hair grows in his facial and genital region. Just like that, when girls hit their puberty they start menstruating.

3. Just like birds, mammals including humans come from an egg which is inside a girl’s body. The egg develops inside a girl every month though she doesn’t necessarily get pregnant every month. When the girl doesn’t get pregnant, the egg passes out of her body with some blood.

4. When a girl menstruates, her body sheds the lining of the uterus along with an unfertilised egg and it flows from the uterus to the cervix and out of her body through the vaginal opening. This whole process is called menstruation or periods.

5. A girl bleeds every month for around four or more days depending on her menstrual cycle. Yes, your mother goes through it too till a certain age.

6. For hygiene girls use sanitary pads, which absorb the blood. Hence, the pad is placed near the cervix covering the vaginal area.

7. During periods, some women might feel discomfort or pain in the lower abdomen area; others may feel a slight discomfort.

8. It is not something to be embarrassed by or something you should make fun of. It is very normal. It is a sign of a girl being healthy. Not getting periods on time is very unhealthy, and might prove to be a big medical problem.
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I am 26 year old suffering from pcos. My periods are irregular. Its being one year i'm taking medicine to get my periods. I am scared that it will effect my sex life.

You can take homoeopathic medicines. You will get satisfied with these medicines without any side effects. Please send me all the details of your complaint.
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Mera miscarge ho gya tha. Last year or ab hum thoda or tym lena chahte h baby k liye isme koi problem to nhi.

Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery (B.U.M.S)
Unani Specialist, Hyderabad
Koi problem nahi hota behter hai aap may be one year delay kerain kiun ke recover ho ker phir concive ke liye aap ko fit rehna padta hai.
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I am not getting my periods. And I am scared if I am pregnant. I can't use any kind of test. Please help me out. My last period was on 28.05.2016 and I had intercourse on 15.06.2016.

BHMS, MD - Homeopathy
Homeopath, Delhi
Hi lybrate-user definitely there are tests to check pregnancy. You will find it easily at a chemist shop. Simple urine test prega strip or prega news. Read the instructions and follow.
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Dentist, Jamshedpur
Hormonal changes in women increase senitivity and may also lead to the occurance of gingivitis.

My periods are 2 days late , I checked on I can preg check but it's pregnancy negative . But I am scared . I don't want to be pregnant now . Please advice ?

MBBS, DGO, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology)
Gynaecologist, Chennai
Wait for few more days. If no periods repeat the pregnancy test and depending on the result take treatment.
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Respected Doctor, I am 25 years old with one 5 years male baby. I have gone through scesserion for ruptured right tubal pregnancy on 14 July 2016. But I want to know the causes of this tube pregnancy. Warm Regards.

MBBS, DGO, MD, Fellowship in Gynae Oncology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Hello, The possible reasons of an ectopic pregnancy can be pelvic inflammatory disease, endometriosis, history of ectopic pregnancy, tubal surgery and cigarette smoking.
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Hello I am 1 20 years I missed my periods fr 2 months now I consumed about 2-3 delay tablets after I got my chumps and it got stopped after that I got intercourse with my partner n consumed an ipill with 72 hrs BT after that its been 2 months I did not get my chumps I took a pregnancy test thrice BT it all shows negative n my gums gave me regestrone the same pill I took to delay please help!

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Gurgaon
It usually happens after consuming Hormone Tablets for delaying periods and I-Pill, don't worry, It will be normal within few months. Take nutritious diet, exercise regularly, practice de-stressing Yoga and meditation.
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Hi I am 9 days late for my period. I had intercourse few weeks back. I did a pregnancy test and it says positive. What shall I do? Which medicine should I take?

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics & Gynecology, Fellowship in Infertility (IVF Specialist)
Gynaecologist, Aurangabad
Hi Neha Congratulations! Please start with folic acid tablet. Have healthy diet no outside or street food. Protein rich diet, avoid oily spicy foods. Daily green vegetables and fruits in diet.
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