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Dr. Kavita Seth

Gynaecologist, Delhi

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Dr. Kavita Seth is an experienced Gynaecologist in Karol Bagh, Delhi. She is currently practising at Seth Clinic in Karol Bagh, Delhi. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Kavita Seth on Lybrate.com.

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Important Facts About Dengue!

MBBS, Associate Fellow of Industrial Health
General Physician, Chittorgarh
Important Facts About Dengue!

With the onset of monsoon, the risk of mosquito borne infections is on a high.Every year, our country struggles with dengue, with a huge number of people getting infected and some of them requiring hospitalization. Dengue is an extremely common viral infection which is transmitted by mosquitoes and presents as high-grade fever, body aches and pain in the joints.Here are some essential facts that you should know about Dengue.

1 . WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS
-Dengue should be suspected when you have a sudden onset of high-grade fever with a severe headache, pain behind the eyes, abdominal pain, body aches, rash and vomiting. The fever can lasts for 5-7 days.
-Around 3-7th day of illness, the fever will be very less or even normal.
-This marks the beginning of the critical phase where there could be a rapid decrease in decrease in platelet count.
-It is important to monitor the platelet count and watchful of danger signs (bleeding, rash, abdominal pain or vomiting). It usually lasts for 2-3 days.

2 . HOW IS DENGUE DIAGNOSED?
-Dengue is diagnosed by a blood test called Dengue Specific Antigen DS-1 (with or without Dengue Antibodies) and complete blood count (CBC) including platelet count.
-Typically, a patient will be positive for dengue specific antigen, decrease in platelet count and decrease in total white blood cells count.

-The normal platelet count is between 1.5 lakh -4 lakh.

3 . HOW SHOULD DENGUE BE MANAGED AT HOME?
-Most patients with dengue fever will not require hospitalization.
-They should take adequate rest, drink plenty of fluids (3-4 litres) and monitor the platelets closely.
-Use cold sponging and Paracetamol for fever.
-Aspirin, Ibuprofen other pain killers should be avoided.
-Antibiotics are not required.
-It is important to be watchful of any danger signs (bleeding, rash, abdominal pain or vomiting).
-The patient can follow up with their doctor every 24 hourly.

4 . WHEN DOES A PATIENT NEED TO BE HOSPITALIZED?
-The patient is usually admitted if he is dehydrated or bleeding or has any other danger signs.
-The patient is generally not admitted if the platelet count is above 50,000.
-The platelet transfusion is generally given if the platelet count is less than 10,000 in absence of bleeding manifestations.

5 . CAN A PERSON GET DENGUE AGAIN?
-It is possible to get dengue more than once.
-There are 4 different but related strains of dengue virus.
-Being affected by one strain offers no protection against the others.

6 . IS A DENGUE PATIENT INFECTIOUS?
-Dengue will not spread by touch, cough or secretions. But the spread of dengue from a patient to others is possible through a mosquito bite.
-The patient should be protected from contact with the mosquito by ensuring he sleeps under a bed net.

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Hi, I had sex unprotected 25 days ago and there was a 15 days delay in my periods. And also check for the pregnancy and it was negative what should I do now.

MBBS
Sexologist, Panchkula
Hi, I had sex unprotected 25 days ago and there was a 15 days delay in my periods. And also check for the pregnancy a...
Your periods are 15 days delay. I advise you to take proper balanced vegetarian diet. Take plenty of water daily. Take fruits and vegetables in daily diet. Do meditation for mental strength daily. Follow this and give feedback.
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Hormonal Problems of Women - How Homeopathy Plays A Role?

BHMS
Homeopath, Jaipur
Hormonal Problems of Women -  How Homeopathy Plays A Role?

Hormonal imbalance is very common in women who are about to reach their menopause. The setting of menopause can lead to a variety of symptoms like moodiness and depression to hot flashes, insomnia and vaginal dryness. Homeopathy has remedies which are very helpful in relieving the symptoms of menopause, when chosen for an individual as per their history. Homeopathy stimulates the person’s healing response to a certain stimulus, allowing the person to heal on their own.

Here are a few homeopathic remedies:

Pulsatilla:This is for women who are mild, sensitive and weep very easily during the perimenopause stage. These women might whine when unhappy and are very depressed and sad. The women who need this medication prefer company, companionship and support. She is often uncomfortable and warm in hot rooms especially while experiencing hot flashes. The remedy is helpful in cases of insomnia and empty nest syndrome, a syndrome when children leave home. This often coincides with change in a woman’s life. Pulsatilla is very helpful for hormonal imbalance including during the menstrual cycle and peri-menopause phase.

Cimicifuga:This is recommended for those women who suffer from severe headaches during perimenopause. The headaches are characterized by a pain in the right side of the neck, which often extends to the right shoulder. This remedy is also helpful in women who feel disappointed and trapped in their lives. Some women who have a feeling of being caged and surrounded by dark clouds also benefit from this. It is considered to be a perfect remedy for many women who experience hormonal changes at the menopausal stage of their lives.

Sepia:This remedy is especially helpful for perimenopause and hormonal imbalances. This is helpful in women who feel exhausted and chilly. Sometimes a woman might develop an aversion to her family members especially the children and does not want to care for them. Sepia is known to help women overcome these feelings, enables them to reestablish stability and balances hormones. Some women also get a feeling that their inside are bearing out and get a sensation that their uterus and vagina might fall. This feeling and sensation is eliminated by sepia. Sepia is also helpful for the host flashes, dryness, vaginal irritation and moodiness during this phase of their life.

Lachesis:This is indicated in the perimenopausal and menopausal symptoms like the night sweats and hot flashes. This remedy is capable to provide a relief from the occipital headaches associated with the changing hormones. Women who need lachesis might be witty, loquacious, nasty, crib and complain about the body pains which are more significant on the left side, like the left ovary discomfort. This remedy also relieves insomnia and depression related with the hormonal swings. Consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Mujhko pichle month 12 ko period hue or ab uske bd abhi tak nhi hui 6 din upper ho gaye h kya karu.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
Mujhko pichle month 12 ko period hue or ab uske bd abhi tak nhi hui 6 din upper ho gaye h kya karu.
If you are sexually active than get your urine checked for pregnancy and otherwise if you are a virgin than just wait for the periods to come on its own.
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Hi I'm a 23 year old female. I have been having sudden arousals every 15 seconds - 1 hour for the last 10 hours. I pulled out my menstrual cup and since then I've been having this. The arousals are surprising and a little painful. It lasts less than a second but it's very disturbing. What am I going through? What should I do?

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
Hi I'm a 23 year old female. I have been having sudden arousals every 15 seconds - 1 hour for the last 10 hours. I pu...
A standard medication for PGAD doesn't exist. The condition is treated with everything from anti-neuralgic medicine usually prescribed for Parkinson's disease, to, in some cases, Botox injections. The symptoms can be calmed, but not cured, and the permanent frustration can have severe effects on mental health.
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I am in 8 month of pregnancy. I have deficiency of calcium & iron. Please tell me what should I do. I can't sit in the sun. How to fulfil vitamin d.

Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
I am in 8 month of pregnancy. I have deficiency of calcium & iron. Please tell me what should I do. I can't sit in th...
vitamin D sachets or capsules are available along with calcium. don't exceed the dose beyond 500 IU and 500 mg. good combination of both is in shelcal 500 vitamin K helps absorption of vitamin D. dexorange syrup for iron is easily tolerated without causing vomiting, and constipation or gastro effects and iron folic acid supplements are available at most of primary health centers never take iron and calcium together or with milk take high protein simple diet take more of vitamin C all of above help build hemoglobin
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Health Benefits of Watermelon

MD - General Medicine
Sexologist, Delhi
Health Benefits of Watermelon

Health Benefits of Watermelon

Watermelon is by far, one of the most powerful, body-healing fruits out there! The amazing health benefits of watermelon cover everything from your brain all the way to the cells in your feet. Some of the best watermelon I've had was from Costa Rica. The fruit there is incredible, and watermelon tasted about 80% better than the stuff you buy in stores in North America. Plus, they all contained seeds, which means none of them were GMO, hybrid, or tainted in any respect. If you want to eat some tasty fruit with me down there at the Live Love Fruit Rawjuvenation Retreat, you won't be disappointed. Raw foods, unlimited fruit and vegetables, fresh cracked coconut water, yoga, eco-adventures and so much more! The best time to indulge in this fresh, succulent, juicy melon, is summertime, when they are in season and deliver an array of nutrients, vitamin and minerals.

Watermelon is incredibly hydrating (up to 92% water!) and is naturally low-fat. Make this melon a part of your daily diet and you will reap amazing benefits that range from improving cardiovascular health to nourishing your eyes and revving up your immune system! Read below and see for yourself! Cardiovascular and Bone Health The lycopene in watermelon is especially important for our cardiovascular health and is now being recognized as an important factor in promoting bone health. Consuming large amounts of watermelon has also been correlated with improved cardiovascular function because it improves blood flow via vasodilation (relaxation of blood pressure). Dietary lycopene (from foods like watermelon or tomatoes) reduces oxidative stress which normally reduces the activity of osteoblasts and osteoclasts (the two major bone cells involved in the pathogenesis of osteoporosis) - this means stronger bones for those consuming lycopene-rich foods. Watermelon is also rich in potassium which helps to retain calcium in your body, resulting in stronger bones and joints. Reduces Body Fat The citrulline in watermelon has been shown to reduce the accumulation of fat in our fat cells. Citrulline is an amino acid which converts into arginine with help from the kidneys. When our bodies absorb citrulline it can take the step of converting into arginine if so required. Citrulline, when consumed, has the ability to (through a series of steps) block the activity of TNAP (tissue-nonspecific alkaline phosphatase) which makes our fat cells create less fat, and thus helps prevent over-accumulation of body fat. Anti-inflammatory and Antioxidant Support Watermelon is rich in phenolic compounds like flavonoids, carotenoids, and triterpenoids. The carotenoid lycopene in watermelon is particularly beneficial in reducing inflammation and neutralizing free radicals. The triterpenoid cucurbitacin E is also present in watermelon, which provides anti-inflammatory support by blocking activity of cyclo-oxygenase enzymes which normally lead to increased inflammatory support. Make sure you pick ripe watermelons, because they contain higher amounts of these beneficial phenolic compounds.

 

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Mere last periods date 5th step ti ar aj 11 Oct mere periods miss hue h ar Maine pregnancy kit se test kiya WO negative h. please mujhe btaiye k ab mai kya kru.

MD Hom., Certificate in Food and Nutrition, BHMS, Diploma In Yoga, PGDM
Homeopath, Indore
Mere last periods date 5th step ti ar aj 11 Oct mere periods miss hue h ar Maine pregnancy kit se test kiya WO negati...
Delayed in periods (excluding pregnancy) may be due to reasons like Stress, Illness, Weight, Excessive exercise, Change in schedule, Medication, Hormonal imbalance, Thyroid disorder. So you need to exclude above reasons. Take pulsatilla 30 three times for 4 days If then too your period didn't come then do consult a good homeopath. And for my opinion contact me.
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