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Dr. Kaushik Jain

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Gynaecologist, Delhi

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Dr. Kaushik Jain is a popular Gynaecologist in Krishna Nagar, Delhi. He is a qualified MBBS . He is currently practising at Goyal Hospital & Urology Centre in Krishna Nagar, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Kaushik Jain and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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Goyal Hospital & Urology Centre

E-4/8, Krishna Nagar, Landmark:-Near Lajpat RAI Chowk, DelhiDelhi Get Directions
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I am 3 months pregnant and suffering from thalassemia. Would it effect on my baby? My husband doesn't have thalassemia.

DNB, DGO, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Ghaziabad
I am 3 months pregnant and suffering from thalassemia. Would it effect on my baby? My husband doesn't have thalassemia.
I am assuming you are talking about beta thalassemia, which is the common one in this area. If you have beta thalassemia minor and your husband does not, then there is no chance that the baby can have the major form of thalassemia which is a disease of extreme concern and requires multiple blood transfusions throughout life. The baby would either have a normal pattern or at most get thalassemia minor, in which hb stays on the lower side, but the person is otherwise healthy, like in your condition.
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My wife lmp was 8th apr we have done home pregnancy test on 15th may it was one dark and one light line. We went to gain next day and she had done some test hcg was 69.3 and she said it is positive pregnancy and re tested after 48 hrs it was down as 49.3 gynae advised us to wait. Nothing explain us. Is my wife still pregnant. No bleeding or cramps sign yet pls advise.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
My wife lmp was 8th apr we have done home pregnancy test on 15th may it was one dark and one light line. We went to g...
An hCG level of less than 5 mIU/ml is considered negative for pregnancy, and anything above 25mIU/ml is considered positive for pregnancy. The hCG hormone is measured in milli-international units per milliliter (mIU/ml). .As per the test she is pregnant.
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Hi, We are married and have one kid (2.5 years). I week back we participated in unprotected sex and then she took "unwanted tablet (Mifepristone 200 mg)" Next day on wards she is bleeding. Is it periods or any serious issue.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Sexologist, Lucknow
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We are married and have one kid (2.5 years). I week back we participated in unprotected sex and then she took "un...
Mefeprestone 200 used for abortions of unwanted pregnancy. This medicine prevent featus growth. After taking this next day bleeding occurs. This is not normal period this bleeding occurs due to this medicine.
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Ayurvedic Oil For Ear!

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Ambala
Ayurvedic Oil For Ear!

Ayurvedic ear oil 
Using ear oil strengthens the immune system and keeps your lymphs and sinuses moist and nourished. This helps prevent colds, infections and allergies. And just as powerful as the nourishing oil are the immune building, anti inflammatory, antibacterial and antiviral benefits of garlic.

Ayurvedic ear oil recipe

  1. 1/3 cup organic virgin olive oil
  2. 1 clove garlic – chopped

Directions:

  1. Throw the oil and chopped garlic into a pot and bring it to a simmer.
  2. Let the oil bubble and pop to release all the liquid. Press the garlic with a fork to help it release. It’s done when the oil doesn’t pop anymore, it should take about 5 minutes.
  3. Once your garlic oil is done cooking, let it cool, and then strain to separate it from the garlic.
  4. Lastly, pour the strained liquid into an eyedropper bottle or old tincture glass.

Use:

  1. Before using ear oil, always run the bottle under hot water to warm the oil. This makes the experience quite soothing.
  2. Drop in enough oil to fill one ear and let it sit for about 5 minutes. Now tilt the head and allow the oil to drain out, and do the other side for another 5 minutes.
  3. It’s a good idea to start doing this once every few weeks to keep your ears clear and your immune system strong. If you’re already sick, fill your ears once every hour, until your symptoms go away, you will feel better so quickly.
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If we use femilon tablet, we lose the complete pregnancy or not? It's dangerous or not?

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, MBBS, FNB Reproductive Medicine, MRCOG
IVF Specialist, Mumbai
If we use femilon tablet, we lose the complete pregnancy or not? It's dangerous or not?
Femilon is oral contraceptive low dose pill so it will prevent pregnancy in 99% cases if used effectively and consistently
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I am experiencing serve pain in my right beast. My period also not came from past 1 month. Last year also same thing happened. Did sonography for breast. diagnosed with fibrocystic breast. I experience pain only when in those months when the periods is irregular. Do I need to do a mammography?

MBBS, Post Graduate Diploma In Medicine, Fellowship In Medical Oncology
Oncologist, Kolkata
Hi lybrate-user Since you are having fibrocystic disease I would advise you to do bilateral mammography test. If you have any more queries I will be glad to help.
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She had a period on Oct 7 & last menstrual on 13th Nov n she too med primolut -n now till date her period is not started n wat is d reason behind her?

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
She had a period on Oct 7 & last menstrual on 13th Nov n she too med primolut -n now till date her period is not star...
It can be due to Hormonal imbalance.The following lifestyle factors can also upset your balance of hormones and cause irregular bleeding: • extreme weight loss or weight gain • excessive exercise • stress Contraceptives An intrauterine system (IUS) or contraceptive pill may cause spotting between periods. An intrauterine device (IUD) doesn't cause irregular periods, but can cause heavy bleeding or painful bleeding. Small bleeds, known as breakthrough bleeds, are common when the contraceptive pill is first used. They're usually lighter and shorter than normal periods, and usually stop within the first few months. Polycystic ovary syndrome Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) occurs when very small cysts (small, fluid-filled sacs) develop in the ovaries. The usual symptoms of PCOS are irregular or light periods or no periods at all. This is because, in women with PCOS, ovulation (the release of an egg) may not take place as often as normal. The production of hormones may also be unbalanced, and you could have higher levels of testosterone than normal. Testosterone is a male hormone that women usually have a small amount of. Gynaecological problems Irregular bleeding can also be caused by an unsuspected pregnancy, early miscarriage, or problems with the womb or ovaries. Your Doctor may refer you to a gynaecologist (a specialist in conditions of the female reproductive system) if further investigation and treatment is needed. Thyroid disorders A thyroid disorder is another possible, but rare, cause of irregular periods. The thyroid gland, found in the neck, produces hormones that maintain the body's metabolism (the chemical processes your body uses to turn food into energy). Your GP may test for a thyroid problem by taking a blood test to check levels of thyroid hormones in your blood. Ruling out pregnancy If you have irregular periods, your doctor may recommend a pregnancy test and ultrasound scan to rule out a possible pregnancy, particularly if you're in pain (which could mean you're having an ectopic pregnancy or miscarriage).
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Hi, I had my last period on 6th October. My cycle is usually 30-31 days long. I had protected sex with my bf on 27th to 2nd Oct. We were very careful each time. I did not get my period till now (11th Oct). According to my cycle my period was expected on 6-7th Oct. Should I be worried? Can I be pregnant? Should I take a test?

BHMS
Homeopath, Kochi
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I had my last period on 6th October. My cycle is usually 30-31 days long. I had protected sex with my bf on 27th ...
You said you had my last period on 6th October. That means you were in menses. Either you did not have menses on regular time and you had protected sex. Does that mean you guys used condems. Or any protection methods. Now its usually safe period. Still wait for 2-3 days and get atleast done to be sure do aHCG test in lab.
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Hi, I got married a month ago we decided to have baby after 2 years now we are using condoms instead of that can we use pills. Does it have side effect or affect her Health if yes what pills should we use.

BDS, Certification In Hypnotherapy, Certification In N.L.P, Certification In Gene & Behavior, Psychology At Work
Psychologist, Delhi
You should be aware of some serious adverse effects of contraceptive pills. Some of the changes may be long lasting 1Mood swings ” and other emotional issues, which may last long 2.Increased appetite and weight 3.Headaches 4.breast enlargement and tenderness 5 Spotting between PERIODS Condom is a better contraceptive aid
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