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Dr. Deepshikha Goel

Gynaecologist, Delhi

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Dr. Deepshikha Goel is a popular Gynaecologist in Seelampur, Delhi. You can visit her at Shyam Medical Center in Seelampur, Delhi. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Deepshikha Goel on Lybrate.com.

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Does the time of the Day matter when it comes to Calories

PGDD, RD, Bachelor of Home Science
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
Does the time of the Day matter when it comes to Calories

A calorie is a calorie, regardless of when you eat it, and that what causes weight gain is simply eating more calories than you burn. This is the calorie in/calorie out theory of weight control.

Actually, it does not matter what time of day you eat. It is what and how much you eat and how much physical activity you do during the whole day that determines whether you gain, lose, or maintain your weight.

Still, there are good reasons to be cautious about eating at night. Try not eating after dinner (other than a small, calorie controlled snack) because it's just so easy to overdo it. People eat at night for a variety of reasons that often have little to do with hunger, from satisfying cravings to coping with boredom or stress. And after-dinner snacks tend not to be controlled. They often consist of large portions of high-calorie foods (like chips, cookies, chocolates), eaten while sitting in front of the television or computer. In this situation, it's all too easy to consume the entire bowl full, bag, carton, or container before you realize it. Besides those unnecessary extra calories, eating too close to bedtime can cause indigestion and sleeping problems.

There's nothing wrong with eating a light, healthy snack after dinner as long as you plan for it as part of your daily calories. To keep from overeating, pay attention to your food while eating, avoid eating in front of the TV or when using your mobile phone or computer and choose a portion-controlled snack. Some good options include milk, nuts, low-fat yogurt or fruit.

When you're trying to lose weight, eat regular meals and consume 90% of your calories before 8 p.m. The benefit of eating meals every three to four hours is it helps regulate your blood sugar and thus control hunger and cravings.

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Can ipill take any time after having sex? Is there any problem? What are the side effects?

BHMS
Homeopath, Haridwar
Can ipill take any time after having sex? Is there any problem? What are the side effects?
With in 72 hrs. It may cause nauseatic sensation some time feeling of heat in body some times may cause stomach disturbance.
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There is a family function so I need to take primolut-n to delay my periods. I need to know the dosage per day should I take.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
There is a family function so I need to take primolut-n to delay my periods. I need to know the dosage per day should...
any drug can be prescribed by only doctor who has examined you or can examine you so go to such medical practitioner.
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I am pregnent. 8 weeks. In torch test rubella igg 62 cmv129 hsv27. But igm -'ve. Can my baby healthy?

Diploma In Endoscopic Surgery, DGO, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Dear igg+is a sign of immunity which means you are immune to rubella, cmv and hsv. You have very good chances of a normal pregnancy. Infact these are the tests are not recommended nowadays. Feel free to contact me if you any issues with your pregnancy.
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‬Recent Changes in Tuberculosis Guidelines 2016

MBBS
Pediatrician,
‬Recent Changes in Tuberculosis Guidelines 2016

1.3 new goals – cure, prevent resistance and break chain of transmission.

2. Introduction of daily regime.

3. Definition and treatment of mono and polyresistance apart from mdr and xdr tuberculosis.

4. Treatment in cat 1 – 2 (hrze) + 4 (hre): continue ethambutol in continuation phase too.

5. Treatment in cat 2 – 2 (hrzes) + 1 (hrze) + 5 (hre).

6. Introduction of bedaquiline as a new drug. Atp synthase inhibitor specifically targets myc. Tb. Indicated in age more than 18 years. Contraindicatef in pregnancy and those taking hormonal ocp. It may be given in patients with stable arrythmia.

7. Definition of presumptive tuberculosis. Duration > 2 weeks etc.

8. New algorithm to diagnose tuberculosis – pulmonary, extrapulmonary, drug resistant.

9. Introduction of newer molecular methods like cbnaat and line probe assay in diagnostic algorithm apart from smear microscopy and chest xray.

10. Diagnosis of tuberculosis based on x-ray will be called as clinically diagnosed tuberculosis.

11. Sputum should be around 2ml and preferably be mucopurulent.

12. Follow up – new and previously treated drug sensitive pulmonary tuberculosis – no need to extend intensive phase, sputum microscopy at end of ip and end of treatment, weight monthly, chest x-ray if required.

13. Follow up – mdr tuberculosis – sputum smear monthly 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 months in intensive phase and at 3 months interval in continuation phase 9, 12, 15, extend ip phase by maximum 3 months total of 9 months.
Some more additions to it, adding here which might help to pg students. 
1) monitoring health status of tb treated patients (for recurrence of tb) for 24 months after treatment 
2) online monitoring of treatment adherence through 99dots programme (currently it is on pilot basis running for tb-hiv patients)
3) intensified tb case finding in clinically, socially and geographically vulnerable population. It's a provider initiated activity. 
4) now'tb suspect' term is replaced by'presumptive tb case.
5) in diagnostic algorithm sputum examination along with chest x-ray is recommended. 
6)'nsp' term is replaced by'microbiologically confirmed case'
7) nsn and others r called now onwards'clinically diagnosed tb' case. (terms replaced) 
8) definitions of cured, defaulted, treatment completed, failure, failure to respond, loss to follow up are somwhat changed. 
9) cat i, cat ii, cat iv terminologies r obsolete n replaced by drug sensitive (new or previously treated) and drug resistant tb categories.

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I am going to have sex with my gf for the first time nd I don't want to use condom so how pregnancy can be prevented without taking pills also?

Fellowship In Minimal Access Surgery, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Hyderabad
I am going to have sex with my gf for the first time nd I don't want to use condom so how pregnancy can be prevented ...
By having sex during safe period , u can avoid pregnency. If periods r regular 28 to 30 days cycles than day 1 to day8 n day 18 to day 28 r safe days taking 1st day of period as day 1.
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Things to Know Before Losing Your Virginity!

BAMS
Sexologist, Nashik
Things to Know Before Losing Your Virginity!

Virginity is not the measure of a woman’s character, but the decision to lose your virginity should be a well informed one. After all, there’s no going back from here. In biological terms, losing your virginity refers to the first time you have vaginal intercourse. For most women, it is symbolized by the breaking of the hymen. However, since the hymen can also break while participating in other activities like gymnastics and horse riding, this should not be taken as a measure of a woman’s virginity.

Here are a few things you should know about losing your virginity.

  1. There may be blood: Don’t freak out of you see a few drops of blood on the sheets. Most women break their hymen when they have sex for the first time. This is the source of the blood that you see. Unlike other cuts and bruises, you will not need to put anything on your vagina for the hymen to heal. At the same time, if you do not bleed don’t worry. This is a sign that your hymen was already broken.
  2. You may feel a little pain: There are two major factors that determine how much pain you will feel when having sex for the first time; your sensitivity to pain and the size of your partner’s penis. More than pain, you should be ready to feel a lot of pressure. This can be relieved by going slow or by using a lubricant.
  3. You should be comfortable: Don’t try any awkward positions for your first time. You should be comfortable both mentally and physically. This will help you enjoy the experience and will ensure that your body produces enough natural lubricant.
  4. You should use protection: Protection is a must for every time you have sex until you are ready to start a family. A condom will not only protect you from unwanted pregnancies but will also protect you against STDs.
  5. It’s OK to back out: You should never feel under pressure to lose your virginity. A good partner will understand this and let you take your time. Even if you had planned on ‘doing it’ but at the last moment do not feel comfortable about it, don’t be afraid to back out.
  6. Share your experience with someone: Though considered taboo, losing your virginity should ideally not be kept a secret. Parents are the best people to talk to about this but you could also talk to an aunt, elder sister or anyone you trust. Alternatively, speak to your gynaecologist; they are the best informed and there’s nothing they haven’t been asked before so you don’t need to feel shy about asking them anything. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Sexologist.
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Post delivery of 2nd child I got my menses after 4.5 months. It was regular twice and irregular 2 other times. What tablet can regularise it or natural foods to get it in regular manner. When ever it gets delayed it starts with giddiness. Please advice.

Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
Post delivery of 2nd child I got my menses after 4.5 months. It was regular twice and irregular 2 other times. What t...
if you are feeding the baby, irregular periods are common there is no food to make periods regular there's low dose contraceptive pill ovral L which can make cycle regular better choice is to get intrauterine device fitted under hygienic conditions and get the benefit of no side effects of oral pills if you skip periods, pregnancy is not possible if intrauterine device fitted well.
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My wife is very weak and emotional. She have not funny sex please provide me well advice.

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Chennai
My wife is very weak and emotional. She have not funny sex please provide me well advice.
Talk openly with her about her sexual and emotional needs. Treat her well to get good sex, she is not a toy. If you are not able to figure out, consult a psychiatrist. All the best.
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My wife was operated for ovarian cyst in 2015, and in June 2018 she has developed bartholin cyst. Is it curable forever or cyst will form latter again?

BHMS
Homeopath, Hooghly
My wife was operated for ovarian cyst in 2015, and in June 2018 she has developed bartholin cyst. Is it curable forev...
Yes it is very much curable by proper homoeopathic treatment,,if u do homoeopathic treatment it will be cured from it's root
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