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Dr. Deepika Bhakeda

Gynaecologist, Delhi

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Dr. Deepika Bhakeda is an experienced Gynaecologist in Daryaganj, Delhi. You can visit her at Sanjeevan Medical Research Centre PVT LTD in Daryaganj, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Deepika Bhakeda and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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My mother got pricked her finger so I removed the blood with my hand from her finger then forgot to wash hand and 2 min after I went to toilet and with that same hand clean my vagina I was on period so that hand contacted with my vagina what will happen can std or other infection can occur please tell.

MD
General Physician, Mohali
Dear lybrate-user. Please do not worry about STDs. This is not the way it spreads. However please practice caution and keep a small kit of cotton and bandages with savlon at home. It's better to avoid direct contact with blood or injury. For safety of both the individuals. Take care.
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Actually I had sex on 28 nov and I have periods start from 9th so is it safe sex it was with protection but I doubt help me out.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), MS - Counselling and Psychotherapy
Ayurveda, Jammu
Actually I had sex on 28 nov and I have periods start from 9th so is it safe sex it was with protection but I doubt h...
Hello Lybrate user if the act was with protection than its okay don't worry. But still if you have any doubt you can take unwanted 72 within 72 hrs of act. U can ask for further information.
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Hii my wife is pregnant she has second trimester (19 week) there HB 9.8 and RDW-16 fl what I be done.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
Hii my wife is pregnant she has second trimester (19 week) there HB 9.8 and RDW-16 fl what I be done.
Hello, as she is just 19th week, hb can be increased by regular iron tab intake daily till term and hb shall rise gradually by then.
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3 Ways of Staying Stress Free During Pregnancy!

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Agra
3 Ways of Staying Stress Free During Pregnancy!

If you are stressed and wondering if this anxiety will affect the health of your child, you can be assured that you will have an uncomplicated childbirth and a healthy baby. It is absolutely normal to be stressed to some extent regarding the changes that are taking place in your life and to your body. But that doesn’t mean you can be stressed all the time and if this is the case with you, then you should seek professional help as high anxiety levels can adversely affect the health of your baby. This is because the cortisol or stress hormone may cross the placenta and create an impact on the emotional development of the baby.

There are various ways of staying stress free during pregnancy, and they are simple enough to be incorporated in your daily routine.

  1. Take enough rest and concentrate on your baby: It is good for you and the baby if you relax. You should sing and talk to your baby and you will be happy to know that he or she can hear you from around 23rd week. This would also allow you to bond better with your child after the birth takes place.
  2. Talk about your stress with people you trust: If you have any tension or worries regarding your child’s well-being, you can always communicate it to your best friend, your mother or anyone you faith in. You should never hesitate to be honest about your thoughts and feelings, and when you are true to yourself, you are likely to receive the support you require. You should talk to your partner as well and you may be surprised to know that both of you share similar worries and that your partner has some concerns that you are unaware about.
  3. Eat well and stay healthy: Eating tasty as well as nutritious food is good for your mind and body. Take in as many minerals, vitamins and Omega-3 fatty acids as you can, as these will help in elevating your mood. It is believed that the amino acid named tryptophan can help you get rid of all the tensions and boost your mood. It also helps in raising the levels of serotonin and melatonin that allow you to sleep better and make you feel well rested.

With little exercise and pampering, you will be able to reduce the stress and feel comfortable about your pregnancy

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Sir my wife is suffering with hbsag positive is there any danger to her life and safety precautions for me to control it and this disease is attacked to my recently during pregnancy she is 6 months pregnant.

BHMS
Homeopath, Ludhiana
Sir my wife is suffering with hbsag positive is there any danger to her life and safety precautions for me to control...
Hello. Hepatitis B is highly contagious. It spreads through contact with infected blood and certain other bodily fluids. Although the virus can be found in saliva, it’s not spread through sharing utensils or kissing. It also doesn’t spread through sneezing, coughing, or breastfeeding. Symptoms of hepatitis B may not appear for 3 months after exposure and can last for 2–12 weeks. However, you are still contagious, even without symptoms. The virus can live outside the body for up to seven days. Possible methods of transmission include: direct contact with infected blood transfer from mother to baby during birth being pricked with a contaminated needle intimate contact with a person with HBV oral, vaginal, and anal sex using a razor or any other personal item with remnants of infected fluid. Sexual partners of individuals with hepatitis B should consider vaccination to prevent acquiring infections, says Fallon. Hepatitis B immune globulin — which works like an antibody, quickly fighting infection — can also be given to a partner who has been exposed to your body fluids within two weeks after exposure to prevent infection. Even after your partner has been vaccinated, you should always use a condom. Use condoms. Use a latex condom for any type of sex, and use a water-based lubricant to help reduce the chance of the condom breaking. A lubricant also decreases the chance of developing a friction-related sore on the penis or inside the vagina. The condom should be worn from the beginning until the end of sexual activity, and care should be taken when handling and disposing of the condom afterward. Don't mix sex and alcohol. Mixing alcohol or other drugs with sexual activity can impair your judgment, reduce your ability to communicate responsibly before sex, and interfere with proper condom use. These will guide you. Stay healthy.
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She do not want to take risk. Can she have I pill. Does it have any side effects. As her date of next period date is 17 jan16.

DGO, MD, MRCOG, CCST, Accredation in Colposcopy
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
She do not want to take risk. Can she have I pill. Does it have any side effects. As her date of next period date is ...
If it is a question of unprotected intercourse then it is better to take I-PILL rather than nothing to prevent any unwanted pregnancy, It is usually safe ; can cause nausea, bloating, breast discomfort and occasionally irregular periods.
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Me and my wife had sex with condom on 19/1/2018. Last period of her was 24/12/2017. After having sex she got period on 29/1/2018 and ended on 1/2/2018. But again she bleed 2 drops on 2/2/2018 and again bleed 2 drops on 3/2/2018. Why she is bleeding like that? And is she safe from pregnancy?

MBBS
Internal Medicine Specialist, Kendujhar
Me and my wife had sex with condom on 19/1/2018. Last period of her was 24/12/2017. After having sex she got period o...
Hello, Thanks for your query on Lybrate "As" per your clinical history is concerned do a clinical examination by your treating Doctor and do a pregnancy test to confirm it .Pregnancy test should be done after 10 days of your missing periods on 10th feb and if it comes positive then she is pregnant. Hope that clears your doubts.
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#TimeIsNow - This International Women's Day, Empower The Woman In Your Life!

MA - Psychology, PhD Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
#TimeIsNow - This International Women's Day, Empower The Woman In Your Life!

It's International Women’s Day yet again. A time to celebrate women’s accomplishments- both those of legendary creators including Mother Teresa, Kiran Bedi, Anuradha Koirala – the anti-sex-trafficking activist & Mary Kom to name a few and the women in our lives who mentor and inspire us every day. It’s a day to celebrate our journey towards gender equality and women empowerment.

This year’s International Women’s Day theme is “Time is Now: Rural and urban activists transforming women's lives.” It comes on the heels of unprecedented global movement for women’s rights, equality, and justice. The theme has taken the global campaigns and marches on issues ranging from sexual harassment and femicide to equal pay and women’s political representation.

Women still have a long way to go to attain equality and non-discrimination from her male counterparts. 2018 International Women’s day is an 'iron in the fire opportunity' to bring a call to action to entrust women with what they actually deserve, not only in a particular sector but to every woman who resides in urban as well as rural areas. It is a step to respect and appreciate the women who step out every day for the livelihood of their families and kids - a step to stop casual sexism faced by urban women in the workplace.

Women, experiencing sexual harassment in the workplace, not only bear strained relationships with their counterparts but also are at risk of numerous health problems. Let us know about the health effects of sexual harassment:

  1. Depression: Self-doubt and criticism can lead to depression and loss of interest in work or other activities. Women also experience loss of self-confidence and feelings of failure & powerlessness.
  2. Anxiety: Many women feel anxious about going to work, communicating with co-workers or being involved in social situations.
  3. Insomnia: Sexual harassment trauma can cause nightmares and may lessen the woman's ability to sleep properly.
  4. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD): Studies say that sexual harassment meets the Criteria A1 and A2 of PTSD. The stress of sexual harassment may cause a woman to relive the trauma even when it is not happening, or avoid things or people that remind her of the sexual harassment.

The International Women’s Day echoes a word for transforming the lives of women with a bold determination not just on papers but in reality to support the women all around the globe. Many working women have sad tales to tell as they are exploited at a very high level, and they actually lead a stressful life in comparison to their male counterparts.

So, the spotlight this year is to fight against the injustice that most women face every day and to bring about a change that will be remembered for years and will outshine the lives of such women who devote themselves for the livelihood of their families.

Join a campaign, embrace your inner activist and empower the women in your life...

The #TimeisNow To:

  • Raise your voice
  • Support each other
  • Share the workload
  • Get involved
  • Educate the next generation
  • Know your rights

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Haiii doctor. I am 22 years old. I am having problem of irregular menses problem. Please suggest what to take and what to do for correct menstruation.

BAMS
Ayurveda, Ambala
Haiii doctor. I am 22 years old. I am having problem of irregular menses problem. Please suggest what to take and wha...
For making regular your period these are some instructions given below: • Take proper diet full of nutrition . Eat green leafy vegetables and seasonal fruits and a glass of milk daily. Eat a fruit daily . • Do Not take stress because stress causes imbalance in hormones of female and make your menstrual cycle disturb and make your ovulation disturb .Do some meditation for maintain hormonal balance. • Do jogging and running exercise daily .If you are obese lose some weight this is also a cause of irregular periods. • Do skipping regularly for 2 to 3 minutes daily. • you can take these medicines for regular periods. Syrup Dashmolarishtha or ,syrup EVECARE of himalya. 2 tsf daily once in a day after meal but only under the guidance of ayurvedic doctor. .• Practice Yogasana like Chakrasana & Pawanmuktasana daily under the guidance of yoga expert. • Check out Thyroid hormone level & if your T3, T4 , TSH hormone are abnormal then get treatment of it to make your periods regular. You can consult me privately for more detailed treatment & doubts.
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If a female is HIV affected and done intercourse at the time of her periods, would it affect her partner or not?

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. HIV Spreads through Contact between broken skin, wounds, or mucous membranes and HIV-infected blood or blood-contaminated body fluids. Deep, open-mouth kissing if both partners have sores or bleeding gums and blood from the HIV-positive partner gets into the bloodstream of the HIV-negative partner. HIV is not spread through saliva. In this case, there is risk of HIV. Take care.
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