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Dr. Kanta Gupta

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Dr. Kanta Gupta is a renowned Gynaecologist in Shahdara, Delhi. She is currently practising at Gupta Clinic in Shahdara, Delhi. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Kanta Gupta on Lybrate.com.

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I am in 3 month pregnancy. And my stomach is bloating due to gas after every meal. My gynaecologist suggested to take vitazyme. But my family doctor said not to take vitazyme. It is not safe during pregnancy. Can you suggest me whether to have vitazyme syrup or not.

dnbog, MBBS, DNBOG
Gynaecologist,
I am in 3 month pregnancy. And my stomach is bloating due to gas after every meal. My gynaecologist suggested to take...
Vitazyme syrup won't help, because this condition is because of gastric stasis and poor peristaltic movement inherent during pregnancy (a Progesterone effect). Slow chewing of food, small frequent meals, avoiding water or liquids in between chewing of food will help.
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What are the diseases which caused by virus? Can we neglect all this diseases in its beginning period? What are the effects of this diseases?

MS- Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
What are the diseases which caused by virus? Can we neglect all this diseases in its beginning period? What are the e...
Hiv hepatitis herpes measles mump dengue chickenpox flu chicken guinea rabies rubella. All these need treatment.
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Hi doc I had my anomaly scan on 20th week 3rd day. My baby's weight showed as 371 gms. My gyn told me to watch the weight of the baby. When I asked a junior doc she told it should be around 500gm. So my concern is whether my baby is underweight or is the weight normal. Please somebody help? :(

M.B.S.(HOMEO), MD - Homeopathy
Homeopath, Visakhapatnam
Hi doc I had my anomaly scan on 20th week 3rd day. My baby's weight showed as 371 gms. My gyn told me to watch the we...
Growth chart: fetal length and weight, week by week gestational agelength (us) weight (us) 20 weeks10.08 inches10.58 ounces 21 weeks10.51 inches12.70 ounces 22 weeks10.94 inches15.17 ounces 23 weeks11.38 inches1.10 pound your baby weight as per scan it is normal, normal weight at 21 week=360.038944 grams.
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Hysterectomy - Tips to Help You Recover Fast!

DGO , MBBS
Gynaecologist, Pune
Hysterectomy - Tips to Help You Recover Fast!

The surgical procedure that is used for uterus removal of a female patient is known as a hysterectomy. From uterine fibroids to cancer in the uterus, there may be a variety of reasons for carrying out this procedure. Here is everything you need to know about the procedure and recovery.

Causes: There are a number of reasons for which one may have to undergo a hysterectomy. If uterine fibroids and other kinds of growth are causing severe pelvic pain and bleeding, then it may be required. This also applied to particularly painful endometriosis. Abnormal vaginal bleeding as well as severe and chronic pelvic pain, are enough of reasons by themselves for going in for this kind of surgery to remove the uterus. Also, when the uterus slides away from its normal position and slips into the vaginal canal, this signifies a condition known as Uterine Prolapse, which will also require treatment in the form of a hysterectomy. Andenomyosis is another reason why this surgery may be required, as this condition results in the thickening of the organ. Finally, if the patient is suffering from cervical or ovarian cancer, then the doctor may recommend this surgery to remove the uterus in case the tumour found has been tested as malignant.

Technique: There are various techniques that may be followed in the course of this surgery, depending on the location, the size and the severity of the condition and the growth that is associated with it. 

  1. Open Surgery Hysterectomy: This involves an incision of six to seven inches, in the belly of the patient so as to act on the abdominal region. After recovery, there will be a visible scar on the stomach of the patient.
  2. MIP Hysterectomy: The various approaches for this technique include vaginal hysterectomy, laparoscopic hysterectomy, laparoscopic assisted vaginal hysterectomy, and robot assisted laparoscopic hysterectomy.

Risks: While this is mostly known as a low risk procedure, there may be various risks after the surgery including urinary incontinence, vaginal prolapse, formation of fistula where an abnormal link may form between the bladder and the vagina and finally, persistent pain. Infection, haemorrhage and blood clots may also happen in extreme cases.

Recovery: The female patient will automatically start menopause once this uterus removal procedure has been carried out. Usually, the doctor will ask you to refrain from lifting heavy weights for a few weeks after the surgery and also, to abstain from sex for a while. Most female patients reported complete cure of the problem following this surgery. Also, it is not common to find too many side effects after the surgery.

Tips

  1. Walking after a month. 
  2. Simple streching exercises after a month. 
  3. Plenty of fruits and vegetables in diet
  4. Water intake around 6 to 7 glasses. 
  5. Calcium supplements. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Gynaecologist.
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Irregular Menses - Why Consult A Doctor?

Diploma In Obstetrics & Gynaecology, FCPS - Mid. & Gynae
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Irregular Menses - Why Consult A Doctor?

Irregular menstruation is a common problem. Just like the downtime that women face during their bleeding, the absence of it or the uncertainty of when the periods will start also causes equal stress and worry. Irregularity in the menses is indeed a cause for concern and requires a medical intervention. Before proceeding to the times when one should consult a doctor, let’s first understand the causes of an irregular menstrual cycle.

Causes of Irregular Menses: Irregularity in the menses can be pretty normal in some cases. For example, when the menstrual cycle begins for a girl, before menopause, and a few times after childbirth, abortion, or miscarriage, it is normal to miss periods. But, apart from these times, irregularity in the menstrual cycle is not normal and a doctor should be consulted.  There are several reasons that can contribute towards irregular menses, including the following:

  • Eating disorder: Eating disorders such as bulimia or anorexia may cause an irregular menstrual cycle. This is due to the fact that the body is not producing enough hormones to regulate the menstrual cycle.
  • Hyperprolactinemia: The presence of too much of prolactin, a protein hormone, in the blood can lead to irregular periods.
  • Polycystic ovary syndrome: The imbalance of the sex hormone leads to the development of polycystic ovary syndrome, commonly referred as PCOS. This disrupts the regular menstrual cycle.
  • Premature ovarian failure: Premature ovarian failure implies that the ovaries of a woman have stopped functioning before the age of 40 years is attained by the woman. In some cases, women do have menses, but occasionally.
  • Unmanaged diabetes: Uncontrolled diabetes is another cause that can lead to irregular periods. This is due to the interaction of the hormones with the blood sugar levels, which disrupts the menstrual cycle.
  • Medications: Irregular menses may also result due to the effect of certain medicines. These medicines include antipsychotics and antiepileptics.

Why consult a doctor?
It is extremely important to understand when one should consult a doctor to address the problem of an irregular menstrual cycle. For a woman who is of reproductive age, the following are some instances when a doctor should be consulted:

  • Amenorrhea: It is the absence of menses for a minimum of 3 menstrual cycles. Oligomenorrhea: It implies having a menstrual cycle more than 35 days apart. Menorrhagia: It implies heavy bleeding for more than a week. The unusual bleeding or no bleeding at all may result due to the following conditions, which can only be diagnosed by an experienced gynecologist.
  • Endometriosis: This is a condition that occurs when the endometrial tissue starts to develop in other areas of the body like the ovaries, between the vagina and also the rectum. Painful and heavy menstruation flow signals this condition, which can lead to inflammation in the abdomen, bowel problems, and also infertility.
  • Uterine Polyps: Polyps are benign growths in the lining of the uterus and may occur due to the overproduction of hormones. Heavy or light spotting between periods can be an indication of uterine polyps.menstrual
  • Fibroids: Benign tumors found in the uterus are called fibroids. These are formed due to the stimulation of estrogen that leads to the formation of uterine tissue. In general, no symptoms are witnessed and they either go away with pregnancy and menopause or they get smaller in size over a period of time.
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I was not having periods since 3 months. Then I had period on 3rd October, my boyfriend and I had sex on 7th October i. E the day after my periods just ended up. Then I had a i-pil. After that I bleed for 2 days i. E. 11.

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
I was not having periods since 3 months. Then I had period on 3rd October, my boyfriend and I had sex on 7th October ...
Actually you have had sex in safe period of your menstrual cycle.So there was no need for taking IPILL.This sudden bleeding happened due to IPILL.Nothing to worry about and prohibit from taking IPILL regularily as it can cause serious health issues if taken frequently taken.Better you should gain proper knowledge of safe a nd unsafe period in your Menstrual cycle as it will help you in your future.
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Morning Horlicks 1cup milk, 5 badam 1roti with sabzi Coconut water then a fruit 1roti sabzi or rice daal Fruit may b banana, watermelon, mango shake, any 1of these Real fol (folic tablet) That's it this is my diet these days m bit concern is this good m 8 week pregnant.

BHMS, DNHE
Homeopath, Lucknow
Morning Horlicks 1cup milk, 5 badam 1roti with sabzi
Coconut water then a fruit 1roti sabzi or rice daal Fruit may b ...
Morning- 1 cup low fat milk. 1 slice whole wheat toast, you can also take fiber rich oat in breakfast, with fruits. Lunch- roti, sabji (u should eat green vegetable like saag everyday it fulfill your iron need) and a bowl of salad. Dinner-have an early dinner, and before you sleep have a glass of warm milk, do not overeat just eat for two. Just make sure you eat a variety of food. Snacks- a couple of hours after breakfast and in early evening time you crave for something to snack on, carry an apple, banana, coconut water which satisfied your hunger. Drink juices, with lots of water. And one more things do not eat the thing which helpful to reduce weight like (papaya & pineapple).
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What is Delayed Puberty?

MBBS, Diploma In Child Health
Pediatrician, Hyderabad
What is Delayed Puberty?

What is Delayed Puberty?

Delayed puberty is a condition where the sexual development starts later than usual, typically later than 14 years of age. Medical conditions, including diabetescystic fibrosis or kidney disease, can cause delayed puberty, but sometimes no cause can be identified. Disorders of the thyroid or pituitary glands may cause delayed puberty. Malnutrition can also delay puberty. 

Symptoms

  • No breast development in girls by age 13 

  • No menstruation for five or more years after the first appearance of breast tissue 

  • No testicles development by age 14 in boys 

  • Incompletely developed male organs by five years after the first start to develop 

Diagnosis

  • Complete physical exam and medical history 

  • Blood tests to determine hormone levels 

  • X-rays of the hand to determine bone age 

When to Call for Help

If your child exhibits no signs or few signs of sexual development by age 13 for girls, or by age 14 for boys, see a doctor. 

Treatment

Treatment depends on the individual case and the specific cause. For example, if insufficient hormones are the cause, delayed puberty can be treated by the use of supplemental hormones.

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HI, My girl friend is facing a issue. From her nipples a liquid such like a serum is coming out. Why this is happening?

Diploma In Gastroenterology, Diploma In Dermatology, BHMS
Homeopath, Hyderabad
HI, My girl friend is facing a issue. From her nipples a liquid such like a serum is coming out. Why this is happening?
causes: Pressure on the nipples from a tight bra. Inflammation of the breast ducts. Injury to the breast. Small growth in the breast that is usually not cancer. Non-cancerous breast tumours. Severe hypothyroidism. Widening of the milk ducts.
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