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Dr. Deepti Handa

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Body Ache in the Morning - Tips to Get Rid of Them?

Spine and Pain Management
Pain Management Specialist, Hyderabad
Body Ache in the Morning - Tips to Get Rid of Them?

Do you wake up in the morning feeling like a log? Do you feel so irritated to move around with all the pain that you wish the day never started? People affected with disorders such as arthritis, rheumatism and fibromyalgia (a pain disorder which affects the soft tissue and the muscles in the body) are the most vulnerable to such kind of pain. Body stiffness in the morning can make it difficult for you to get out of the bed and go about your work for the day.

Here are some causes that may lead to such a condition:

  1. Not exercising on a regular basis
  2. Obesity
  3. An unhealthy diet which does not provide you with all the necessary nutrients
  4. Living in a damp and cold environment can stiffen up those muscles, contributing to this condition.
  5. A bad sleeping posture such as sleeping on your side can reduce the flow of blood to the concerned muscles, leading to early morning body ache.

Tips to get rid of it?
You can follow these tips to get your body up and about in the morning, right from the time you wake up:

  1. The first tip to get rid of morning stiffness is to get the required amount of sleep. The recommended amount is 6-8 hours of regular sleep. Avoid distractions such as the glare from the slickest smart phone you recently bought, or another mindless episode of Quantico on your TV set.
  2. Stretch your body before you go to sleep; a proper stretching routine will help loosen up the muscles and reduce stress from the body.
  3. Remember, cold aggravates almost any kind of pain. So, if the room is cold or damp, use heaters or blankets to make sure that you are not affected by the cold.
  4. Taking a hot shower before going to bed is a very good way to relax your muscles and also promote better blood circulation.
  5. You need to keep yourself hydrated; so drink at least 2-3 liters of water regularly. Dehydration can lead to body cramps that can prevent you from getting a good night’s sleep, a factor which will most certainly add to your morning fatigue and pain.
  6. Eat a healthy diet which consists of vegetables and fruits. Avoid eating too much carbohydrates as it can overload your system.
  7. Avoid or at least limit stress: Make use of relaxation techniques such as meditation to manage stress effectively. Meditating early in the morning can set the tone for the day.
  8. Get regular exercise as it promotes stronger muscles and keeps your body free from almost all kinds of pain. But make sure not to overstrain those muscles as that can add to a separate set of worries for you. Try not to exercise if you find the pain really troublesome and bothering; rather, let it subside before you resume with your exercises.
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Regular intake of medicines like unwanted 21 for 1 year or 2 years to prevent pregnancy. Is it safe? No future problem in conceiving baby?

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
Regular intake of medicines like unwanted 21 for 1 year or 2 years to prevent pregnancy. Is it safe? No future proble...
No it is not safe and should not be used ,stop it here itself as it can lead to very damaging effects on fertlity due to harmonal disturbance, and difficulty in concieving too ,for more details you may get back to us on a private consultation.
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Which days are called mid cycle ovulation tym? How it is calculated or known? Please tell me

BHMS PGCGO
Homeopath, Hubli-Dharwad
Which days are called mid cycle ovulation tym? How it is calculated or known? Please tell me
It's12-16 days of periods are called mid cycle ovulation. It's easy to calculate. Just add 12 days to your first day of periods. Example first day of period. Is suppose 5th may. Then 5+12=17.17, 18, 19, 20, 21 is your mind ovulation periods.
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My wife is suffering from low blood pressure in routine she is in her 6th month of pregnancy before pregnancy she never had this problem. She is having good diet eating fruits taking rest properly but still consistently suffering from low bp is it normal or not will it put any negative effect on the baby.

DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), PGDHHM, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
My wife is suffering from low blood pressure in routine she is in her 6th month of pregnancy before pregnancy she nev...
bp low because of imbalance diet and nutritional insufficiency.first advice her to take proper diet rich iron,calcium,folic acid,vitamin and protein supplements.take plenty of fluid and walk in morning atleast for 15 min.try to avoid constipation.
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The Science Of Orgasm - Why Orgasms Feel So Good?

MD-Pharmacology, MBBS
Sexologist, Delhi
The Science Of Orgasm - Why Orgasms Feel So Good?

The mention of the word "orgasm" is enough to numb your senses. It is like a pleasure trip that nobody wants to end. It gives a person an inexplicable eternal feeling, a climax that most couples wait for with bated breath. As known to all, an orgasm is a zenith of a sexual interaction or intercourse. You will seldom come across a person who doesn't enjoy an orgasm. 

Sex without an orgasm can be quite dull and boring. 
Have you ever been intrigued as to why an orgasm feels so good? What is it that makes an orgasm such an enjoyable experience? This article is an attempt to unravel this simple yet important query that has been baffling people for long. 

An orgasm is a way our body reacts physiologically on being sexually aroused. Though the level of excitement and its impact may vary from person to person, most people (both men and women) feel good and euphoric on reaching an orgasm. There is an interesting science behind this. It is important to mention that the brain plays a pivotal role in an orgasm. As in any other organ of the body, there are numerous nerve endings present in the genitalia. These nerve endings are in turn connected to the brain and the spinal cord via the large nerves. 

In this regard, the nerves that are instrumental in sending the signals and the stimulation to the brain (different regions of the brain) on being aroused or excited sexually include 

  1. The Pelvic nerve is responsible for sending signals from the rectum (in both the sexes) and also from the vagina and cervix (women). 
  2. The Hypogastric nerve is responsible for sending signals from the prostate (men) and also from the uterus and the cervix (women).
  3. The Vagus nerve (the longest of the 12 cranial nerve) is only involved in sending the signals from the cervix, uterus, and vagina in women. 
  4. The Pudendal nerve transmits the signals from the scrotum and penis in men. In women, it transmits the signals from the clitoris. 

The signals sent to the brain during an orgasm results in its activation, especially the reward circuits or the pleasure center. The pleasure center is responsible for all kinds of pleasurable feelings in a person. The areas mainly affected by the sexual excitement include 

  1. Amygdala: It is mainly involved in the regulation of emotions like sweating, increased heart rate, and blood pressure. •    Ventral tegmental area (VTA): It is responsible for the release of the neurotransmitter, Dopamine. 
  2. Nucleus accumbens: The nucleus accumbens is an important part that controls or regulates the release of dopamine. 
  3. Others: Cerebellum (maintains and coordinates the muscular activities in the body) and the Pituitary gland (responsible for the release of vasopressin, oxytocin, and beta-endorphins). 

The arousal, followed by activation, acts as a catalyst which further results in release of neurotransmitters and hormones. The more these neurotransmitters and hormones are released, more pleasure and excitement is experienced during the act. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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I Had unprotected sex and just after that my periods started. What should I do? Should I take an i-pill.

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics & Gynecology, Fellowship in Infertility (IVF Specialist)
Gynaecologist, Aurangabad
I Had unprotected sex and just after that my periods started. What should I do? Should I take an i-pill.
hi lybrate user, no need to worry if it proper period and on right time too. no need to have emergency contraceptive pills
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My wife is 2 months pregnant. Shall I have sexual intercourse with her? Or not? Whether, It may spoil her pregnancy or it affects the baby growth inside her. It's okay not to have sexual intercourse on which month I should stop having intercourse?

Diploma in Paediatrics, MBBS
Sexologist, Dehradun
My wife is 2 months pregnant. Shall I have sexual intercourse with her? Or not?
Whether, It may spoil her pregnancy o...
Avoid sex in first trimester ie for first 3 months as jerks can cause chances of abortion.after that u can do sex in lateral position.
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Reasons and Risks of Amputation - HARD FACTS

MS - General Surgery, MBBS
General Surgeon, Delhi
Reasons and Risks of Amputation - HARD FACTS

Roadside accidents are common and they lead to many health problems in which some may require amputation for removal of one of the limbs to save the life of a person.

Amputation is a life-saving procedure by which a part of the body that has suffered irreversible damage is surgically removed. Amputation is only carried out as a last resort when the infection/ decay spread to the other parts of the body.

Why is this procedure needed?

The most common cause of amputation is blockage of blood circulation. Without blood, the tissues do not get oxygen and begin to decay, and an amputation is carried out to stop the damage from spreading to other tissues. As stated above, an amputation is carried out only as a last resort. The surgeon checks the infected part for the following to make sure that an amputation is required:

  • Sensation
  • Circulation
  • Checking for a pulse close to the region where the cut is to be performed
  • Comparing skin temperatures with the affected limb

The surgeon tries to bypass arterial blood from the nearest artery to the affected region to rejuvenate the cells. Some reasons of amputation are:

  • Severe injury (extreme burns/ vehicular accidents)
  • Cancerous tumor in the bone or muscle
  • Serious infection, which has stopped responding to antibiotics
  • Thickening of nerve tissue called neuroma
  • Frostbite

Risks and complications of amputation

Risk of complication is lower in planned amputations than in emergency amputations. In the case of a planned amputation, the surgeon will shape individual muscles for future prosthetic limbs, smooth out rough bones and bone fragments and take care of all the loose ends of the procedure. In emergency amputations, however, the limb is amputated very fast and bleeding is stopped as soon as possible. The following complications may arise as a result of amputation procedures:

  • Heart complications
  • Venous blood clots
  • Slow wound healing or infection of the wound
  • Pneumonia
  • Stump or "phantom limb" pain
  • Psychological problems

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I am 30 years old female hve one daughter now I want to conceive with baby boy. Wht shall I do? I want medicine for this.

MBBS, MD - General Medicine, DM - Endocrinology, DNB Endocrinology, MNAMS, Speciality Certificate (Endo. & Diab.) (MRCP, UK), Fellow of American College of Endocrinology (FACE)
Endocrinologist, Delhi
I am 30 years old female hve one daughter now I want to conceive with baby boy. Wht shall I do? I want medicine for t...
Prenatal sex selection and planning for a child of a particular sex is unethical and illegal in India and in most of the countries globally. Its against the laws of the nature. One should let nature take its own course. And I would like to inform you that daughters (female child) are not only in general genetically stronger, have better survival potential in the early part of their life than a male child. Daughters are in general more caring than sons, and girl can do anything a boy can do, and perhaps even in a better way. Hence I humbly request you not to seek such irrational treatment options. There are no medicines available for what you have asked and no morally correct doctor will support this question.
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