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Dr. Deepika Rastogi is an experienced Gynaecologist in Daryaganj, Delhi. She is currently practising at Sanjeevan Speciality Hospital in Daryaganj, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Deepika Rastogi and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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How To Improve Haemoglobin Naturally?

MD - Internal Medicine, FUPDA, FICP, FIACM, FDI
Internal Medicine Specialist, Faizabad
How To Improve Haemoglobin Naturally?

Haemoglobin is a protein rich in iron and is found in red blood cells. The main function of haemoglobin is to carry oxygen throughout the body. In other words, it carries oxygen from the lungs to the other parts of the body so that the cells can carry on with their basic functions. It also carries carbon dioxide back to the lungs from those cells so that this gas can be exhaled.

Haemoglobin is important for maintaining a healthy life. The normal levels of haemoglobin in human body include:
• 14-18g/dl for adult men
• 12-16g/dl for adult women

Foods that improve haemoglobin

  1. Consume iron-rich food products: According to National Anaemia Action Council, lack of iron is the most common cause behind low haemoglobin levels. To improve iron content in your blood, you can take asparagus, tofu, almonds, oysters, fortified breakfast cereals, liver, red meat, shrimp, spinach, dates and lentils. However, consult your doctor for the right intake, as too much consumption of iron may be harmful for your health.
  2. Improve your vitamin C intake: Absorption of iron is improved if vitamin C is taken in adequate quantities. Lemon, tomatoes, papaya, oranges, strawberries, bell peppers, broccoli, grapefruit, etc. are some of the fruits that are rich in vitamin C. In fact, if there is a deficiency of vitamin C in our blood, haemoglobin levels go down. You may also take vitamin supplements to improve haemoglobin in your body, but consult a doctor first.
  3. Focus on food items rich in folic acid: This acid is basically vitamin B complex, which is required to make red blood cells. Food products that are rich in folic acid include rice, liver, breakfast cereals, sprouts, dried beans, wheat germ, peanuts etc. A diet comprising 200-400 milligrams of foliates is enough to supplement your Vitamin B needs.
  4. Include beetroot as a part of your diet: Rich in iron, folic acid, fibres and potassium, beetroot helps in augmenting haemoglobin levels. Drinking beetroot juice daily increases the iron content in your red blood cells.
  5. Have apples: They are rich in iron and if you have an apple daily, then your haemoglobin level will improve significantly. If possible, take a green apple with its skin. Apple juice mixed with beetroot juice has a marked effect on haemoglobin levels. You can also add some ginger or lemon juice to this mixture and have the concoction twice a day.
  6. Eat blackstrap molasses: This food is rich in iron, vitamin, folic acid etc. and improves the haemoglobin level in your blood. Take 2 tablespoons of blackstrap molasses and apple cider vinegar each, mix them in a cup of water and drink this concoction once a day.

Hello doc. My last period was 14th october. After that I got pregnant. Last saturday I went for an ultrasound and doc said your pregnancy looks like 6 weeks. According to my calculations it sud be 7th week. I came home. After 3 hours I suddenly started passing brown discharge. Panicked I immediately rushed to hospital. There my doc took 3 hrs more to attend. During that I once checked there was no bleeding. Bt before c checked my pad was wet with both brown and little red blood. C told me to get admitted. Said pregnancy is threatened. C gave me hope. Next day was sunday. Monday I had an ultrasound. She showed me and wat I noticed that wat I watched saturday now the shape of sac was smaller than half. Earlier also c did not find any heartbeat. C told me to see the sac leaving the line too. Bt c dint said it is miscarriage. Now also I am bleeding once ima day brown blood plus clots. C told me to repeat ultrasound after 10 days. Whats exactly happening. Its killing. Bt mentally. Physically there is no pain or sometimes mild like period. please help.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
Hello doc. My last period was 14th october. After that I got pregnant. Last saturday I went for an ultrasound and doc...
Hello, This is likely anembryonic gestation where foetal heart beat has not arrived yet which generally comes by 5-7 weeks. Max it can arrive by 9 weeks in cases of delayed ovulation, hence a repeat usg required after 10 days to reconfirm. If it doesn't arrive by then you would have to undergo a D&C.
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When I have sex I have bleed I have done 10 times when it was first den after six months I have done it then also I was bleeding too much please tell me what is the problem?

M.Ch - Urology, MS, MBBS
Urologist, Dehradun
When I have sex I have bleed I have done 10 times when it was first den after six months I have done it then also I w...
when you have had sex for more than a year, your vagina will not get tight. so there is less chance of bleeding. your hymen is already gone.
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Dear sir ,me and my girl met physically on 2nd of this month, her period time is 15th of this month, but till today period not came, so yesterday and today morning 2 times she checked pregnancy with home test kit, it showed negative 2 times, no early symptoms are appearing, and 1st time in her life 8 days delayed period, so please suggest us sir, and is there any chances for pregnancy.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
Dear sir ,me and my girl met physically on 2nd of this month, her period time is 15th of this month, but till today p...
Hello, If pregnancy is ruled out then the delay is likely to be stress induced and if menses do not arrive in next 7 days then she can opt for a withdrawal bleed with progesterones.
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Pregnancy and Immunology

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, MBBS, DGO
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
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I am Dr Mohan Raut. I am practising Gynaecology from last 27 years and partner of ICPRM, India's first Immunotherapy centre for patients of treatments with repeated miscarriages or IVF failure or Implantation failure.

Today I am going to talk on an interesting topic, Pregnancy as Nature's miracle and how Immunology plays an important role in pregnancy maintenance?

Our body has a defence mechanism for Immunology system which protects us from various diseases. So anything which is foreign to our body is not acceptable to our body and our body builds up and immunological response against that. This is how the bacteria viruses which are prone to enter our body are prevented by our immunological system. Even in case of transplant is done, suppose kidney transplant, our body will not accept any kidney. It has to be matched with our body, tissue match is important. In a transplant, the kidney is donated by blood relation which can be easily acceptable.

Now in pregnancy lets see what happens. In pregnancy, 50% is from the mother and 50% is from the father. Now the part which comes from father's body is a foreigner to mother's body. So practically, there should be a rejection of pregnancy, but it doesn't happen. Because normally, there are immunological mechanisms within mother's body which protect the pregnancy in the uterus. Now in some unfortunate women, these mechanisms don't react normally or they are abnormal and because of which mother's immunological system considers the pregnancy as foreign and builds up an immunological response against the pregnancy. This stops the growth of pregnancy and leads to miscarriage. Now depending upon on what stage this response becomes maximum, we can get maximum presentations;

  • Like when the response is late, then there will be a pregnancy, then the growth will stop and leads to miscarriage.
  • If it an early stage possible, then there will be only a pregnancy test positive. Nothing will be seen in sonography and there will be a biochemical pregnancy.
  • Or if happens very early, before missing the periods, then it leads to implantation failure and infertility.

So this is called as Alloimmune problem, responsible for miscarriages. This problem can be diagnosed with certain tests and can be treated with the treatment called immunotherapy.

In my next video, I will tell that how we can diagnose various immunological problems and other causes of repeated miscarriages.

For more information, you can contact me on www.lybrate.com.

Thank you.

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Hypertension - How it Affects you During Pregnancy?

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Thane
Hypertension - How it Affects you During Pregnancy?

Are you experiencing high blood pressure or hypertension during pregnancy? Hypertension is a condition in which your blood pressure levels shoot up to a level, which may cause damage to the body. In case of pregnant women, hypertension may inflict damage on both the mother and the growing baby. You require a special care for dealing with hypertension during pregnancy, irrespective of the fact whether it develops before or after conception. Here are some important facts you ought to know about hypertension and pregnancy.

There are different types of high blood pressure issues caused during pregnancy.

  1. Gestational hypertension: Women with this form of hypertension have high blood pressure, which develops around 20 weeks of pregnancy. There is no sign of organ damage or the presence of protein in urine. Many women with gestational hypertension develop preeclampsia eventually.
  2. Chronic hypertension: Chronic hypertension is the high blood pressure condition which is present before pregnancy or it may occur before 20 weeks of pregnancy. It is hard to determine high blood pressure as it does not have prominent symptoms.
  3. Chronic hypertension with superimposed preeclampsia: This condition is likely in women with chronic blood pressure being present from before pregnancy. During pregnancy, women with this condition develop worsened high blood pressure and protein content in the urine. Other health complications are also indicated.
  4. Preeclampsia: This is a pregnancy complication featured by high blood pressure along with signs of damage to other organs of the body. This happens from chronic high blood pressure and gestational hypertension. It usually sets in within 20 weeks of pregnancy. If untreated, preeclampsia can lead to several serious complications to the mother and the baby.

Risks of high blood pressure during pregnancy
High pressure during pregnancy is associated with several risks. They are as follows:

  1. Decreased flow of blood to the placenta: When the placenta does not receive sufficient blood, your baby will be deprived of enough oxygen and nutrients. This might cause slow growth, premature birth or low birth weight in your baby. Prematurity also causes breathing trouble in the baby.
  2. Placental abruption: Preeclampsia increases the risk of placental abruption, where the placenta gets separated from the inner uterine wall before delivery. Severe cases of placental abruption lead to placenta damage and heavy bleeding.
  3. Premature delivery: In some cases, early delivery of the baby has to be carried out for preventing some life threatening conditions.

For reducing the risk of complications caused by hypertension during pregnancy, it is important for you to consult a doctor regularly throughout pregnancy. You should take blood pressure medicines prescribed by a doctor in the most suitable dosage. You should also stay active, follow a healthy low sodium diet and stay away from smoking, alcohol and substance abuse.

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MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Agra
Your appetite is most likely to increase substantially as your into the 5th month of your pregnancy because of the steady growth of your baby. Stock your pantry with low gi (glycaemic index) foods which take longer to digest and will satisfy your stomach for a longer time.
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I performed sex with out safety but did not ejaculate inside vagina arey there any chances of she becoming pregnant?

MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Ludhiana
Yes, still there are chances of getting pregnant, as pre ejeculate fluid may also contain some sperms.
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My menstrual cycles is not regular. so, what should I do to have it in regular interval?

BHMS
Homeopath, Faridabad
My menstrual cycles is not regular. so, what should I do to have it in regular interval?
Hi, are the menstrual cycle is irregular since menarche or it's been recently? Any other complaints with that? Tell me all the details. Meantime, take Pulsatilla 1M/ 1 dose only.
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I am 24 year old women I got pregnant can I calculate my intercourse date please tell me the procedure.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
I am 24 year old women I got pregnant can I calculate my intercourse date please tell me the procedure.
THERE IS NO FORMULA TO CALCULATE The INTERCOURSE DATE but ultrasound can help detect the likely conception date.
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Dr. I am newly married. I don't want to get baby soon. I what to enjoy my sexual life with my partner. But I don't want to use condom. Please suggest​me what I should do so that my partner didn't get pregnant.

MD - Ayurveda
Ayurveda, Thane
Dr. I am newly married. I don't want to get baby soon. I what to enjoy my sexual life with my partner. But I don't wa...
Better to ask to your to go OP (Oral pills), like Tabs Choice, for initial three months. Onwards, you may put copper T, device for your wife. So you will be better able to have sexual relationship with out interruption.
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Reasons You Can't Get Pregnant - Plus A Fertility Checklist

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Una
Reasons You Can't Get Pregnant - Plus A Fertility Checklist

Reasons You Can't Get Pregnant - Plus A Fertility Checklist

Here's a list of the most common reasons women can't get pregnant, plus a fertility checklist. The reasons for not getting pregnant range from azoospermia (no sperm) to irregular periods. These male and female fertility checklists will help you decide if you should see a doctor or infertility specialist.

Think about making lifestyle changes if you can't get pregnant. 'Couples who have sought specialist help and have been diagnosed with 'unexplained fertility' may find that making certain lifestyle changes can assist in conception,' writes Michael Dooley in Fit for Fertility. 'These fertility checklists might be useful.'

Why Can't You Get Pregnant?

The Fit for Fertility Checklist is made up of four individual checklists, for the egg, the sperm, conception, and general male and female fertility problems.

Fertility Checklist #1: The Egg (Female Fertility)

Answer yes or no to the following questions:

1. Are you having irregular, short (less than 21 days) or long (greater than 34 days) periods?

2. Do you bleed between your periods?

3. Are you overweight (with a body-mass index greater than 25)?

4. Are you underweight (with a body mass index under 18.5)?

5. Do you exercise excessively?

6. Have you had treatment for cancer?

7. Are you being treated for depression?

8. Do you have diabetes?

9. Have you ever had thyroid problems?

10. Have you stopped having periods?

Fertility Checklist #2: The Sperm (Male Fertility)

Answer yes or no to the following questions:

1. Have you had an operation on your testicles?

2. Have you had a hernia repair?

3. Is there blood in your ejaculate?

4. Have you had mumps?

5. Have you had an injury to your testicles?

6. Do you have any family members with cystic fibrosis?

7. Have you had a vasectomy?

8. Are you overweight (with a body-mass index greater than 25)?

9. Are you taking medication for a peptic ulcer?

10. Do you have diabetes?

Fertility Checklist #3: Getting Pregnant

Answer yes or no to the following questions:

1. Do you have intercourse less than twice a week?

2. Do you have a problem with intercourse?

3. Do you have pain with intercourse?

4. Does your partner have problems with erection?

5. Does your partner have premature ejaculation?

6. Have you had the pelvic inflammatory disease?

7. Have you had an operation on your abdomen (eg, a burst appendix)?

8. Do you have discharge?

9. Have you had an ectopic pregnancy?

Make sure you have intercourse at the right time (when you're ovulating)!


Fertility Checklist #4: Male and Female Fertility Problems

 Answer yes or no to the following questions:

Do you have a good, healthy diet?

Do you smoke or drink excessive amounts of alcohol?

Have you been exposed to environmental hazards?

Have you tried to conceive before without success?

Are you under significant stress?

Do you spend a lot of time apart?

Do you drink excessive amounts of caffeine?

Do you take regular medications?

Do you use recreational drugs?

Do you have a history of a genetic problem?

If you answered 'yes' to one or more of these questions, you need to consult a doctor about why you can't get pregnant. Make an appointment with your family physician doctor, and consider talking to our fertility specialist.

A Few Point To Be Consider For The Infertility are Stress, OverWeight, Irregular Periods, Having PCOS/PCOD Issue, Low Sperm Count , Sexual Problem.

In oestruse cycle of 28 days of women which day is safe for sex without precaution? Kindly please elaborate that in detail.

MBBS
General Physician, Chandigarh
It is considered that one week before and one week immediately after the cycle is comparatively safer period considering first day of the period as day one but remember as such there is no safe period as 2% chances of conception are always there.
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Hi doctor actually problem meri wife ko hai she is 6 month pregnant aur pehle to usse back me pain hota tha but now she says ki usse vegina ke pas thighs pe pain hota hai to iske liye kya kare aur kya waha pe balm use kar sakte hai koi problem to nahi hoga.

DGO, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Faridabad
Hi doctor actually problem meri wife ko hai she is 6 month pregnant aur pehle to usse back me pain hota tha but now s...
that may be bcoz of pressure try to avoid standing for long time take rest in between and get ur B12 and D3 tested any muscle relaxant can be used
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My wife is unable to conceive. Her period delayed every time. Every time her period comes in 2-3 months, and comes with the help of pills (regestrone). But this time we had decided not to take pills. So, her last period date was 23rd september 2016. After that period never happens. Now it has been five months. We have checked for pregnancy as well but result is negative. Our marriage completes one year and two months and we want a baby. But due to bad period cycles we are failed every time. We had consult with doctors as well. And gone through several tests like hsg, tsh, prolactin etc. Please suggest.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist,
My wife is unable to conceive. Her period delayed every time. Every time her period comes in 2-3 months, and comes wi...
Looks like she has some hormonal problem due to which she is Not able to produce hormones enough to make the lining of the uteurs. This means she is also not producing an egg (ovum) thats necessary for pregnancy. She needs expert infertility evaluation and you must upload her hormone tests to show the levels. Mostly she will be having PCOD, and may require fertility enhancing medicines to cause ovulation. Do NOT shirk away from medicines. Just making periods by taking a tablet is not good. The treatment must be aimed at making her have ovulation, which will automatically bring her either a period or make her pregnant. DO not do doctor shopping and visit numerous doctors. Find one good one and follow up with that gynecologist for a good 6 months while tests and other treatments are offered to her. If she is overweight, that could be a reason too which may hamper her ovulation and periods. If overweight losing weight is the simplest thing one can do to help oneself.
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Hii I m going for injectable iui treatment and with ovitrop injections on 5, 7, 9 day and after gmh injection the follicle size is 20 mm of left ovaries and right ovaries 16 mm, 16 mm on day 14 et 10.2 and 5 pm of 14 day had hcg trigger shots but day 15 had bleeding with clots so I m worried whats that because tomorrow they will do iui at 9 am. Is anything wrong or they will not do iui because of bleeding. please tell me the cause of bleeding.

MBBS, DGO, MD, Fellowship in Gynae Oncology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Sometimes bleeding may be present when the follicle ruptures, but not in excess. Still you need to consult your doctor on schedule, as she will only decide that whether iui can be done or not. Till then take precaution as advised by your doctor.
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My wife passed 1 years after her pregnancy, she enter her mens cycle after about 5 to 6 month later her delivery. But suddenly she got huge amount of bleed previous month. Two pad requires within 6 hr. We consult with Dr. And he give SYSRON NCR tablet for 20 days with iron folic tablet. But after completing that course she start bleeding again. My wife took rest after delivery about 8 weeks. My wife had C-SECTION delivery. After that normal house work done by her as we are alone. Is it normal for lactating women? Should I get worried about that? I am very tensed, please help me.

FICMCH, Diploma In Laproscopic Surgery, Certified in Laparoscopy & Hysteroscopy, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), MBBS
Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
My wife passed 1 years after her pregnancy, she enter her mens cycle after about 5 to 6 month later her delivery. But...
It is expected for a lactating woman to have slightly irregular periods, but if the bleeding is very heavy, it is advisable to consult the doctor. Heavy bleeding can be due to certain other reasons and hormonal disorders apart from a repeat pregnancy. Hence it is better to meet the doctor. 8 weks rest after C section is enough, so please don't worry.
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I m suffering from PCOD. Please can you explain me it's complications and how can it be treated, medically or surgically.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician,
PCOD (Poly Cystic Ovarian Disease) or PCOS (Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome) is a disease characterized by multiple ('poly') cysts (small sacs filled with fluid) in the ovaries. Patients with PCOD have abnormal levels of hormones that result in irregular menses, infertility and certain masculine changes in the body.It can cause bleeding disorder and lack of fertility , It can be treated medically and if needed surgically
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