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Dr. Kiran Kukreja

Gynaecologist, New Delhi

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Hello and thank you for visiting my Lybrate profile! I want to let you know that here at my office my staff and I will do our best to make you comfortable. I strongly believe in ethics; a......more
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Dr. Kiran Kukreja is a trusted Gynaecologist in Sukhdev Vihar, Delhi. You can meet Dr. Kiran Kukreja personally at Dr Kiran Kukreja's Clinic in Sukhdev Vihar, Delhi. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Kiran Kukreja on Lybrate.com.

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Hello mam meri wife ke peroid menstrual cycle 4 to 4 hota hai but is month (jan 2017) me periods aaj (9-1-2017) ko hua hai Pregnancy ke liye kon si date ko love kre please help me, me bhut preshaan hu 2 year ho gye hai.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
Hello mam meri wife ke peroid menstrual cycle 4 to 4 hota hai but is month (jan 2017) me periods aaj (9-1-2017) ko hu...
Hello, You need to get her evaluated for PCOD, hypothyroidism and hyperprolactinemia as causes for irregular menses. Also please get your semen analysis also done to rule out any male infertility.
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Hii doctor. Maire sadi ko 3sal ho gaya haii. 2sal pehele main prgnant ho gayi thi. Tab meri hsbnd ko baby nehi cahiye tha isliye maine teblet kha liya. Aab main maa baan na cahti hoo kiya koyi problem hogi. Meri periods bhi regular hoti haii. Kiya koi cinta ki baat haii.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Hii doctor. Maire sadi ko 3sal ho gaya haii. 2sal pehele main prgnant ho gayi thi. Tab meri hsbnd ko baby nehi cahiye...
Pregnancy mahine ke ek hi din rah sakti hai jab anda phut ta hai. Vo din ke aaspas intercourse important hai. Kyonki mahine ka ek hi din pregnancy possible hoti hai isliye yeh din ke aaspas jab 12 se 24 mahina bina family planning intercourse hota hai aur phir bhi pregnancy nahi rahti hai tab Gynecologist ya to infertility specialist ke paas jana hota hai.
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In which months pregnant lady to avoid flight travelling? Kya pregnancy ke seventh month me flight travelling karna chahiye?

DGO, MRCOG1
Gynaecologist, Ghaziabad
In which months pregnant lady to avoid flight travelling?
Kya pregnancy ke seventh month me flight travelling karna c...
You can but not long ones more than 2 hrs. Take a break and move if the travelling time is more as you may have clots in veins due to pregnancy.
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My gf period usually starts by 13 till 20 in a month. If we have sex without protective method or condom from 16 till 28, will she be pregnant? Please tell me the answer with full explanation. Thanks.

MD - GENERAL PHYSICIAN
Integrated Medicine Specialist, Bangalore
Hi, to answer your question, the female ovulation can happen as early as from 8th day of menses (count from the 1st day of periods) usually, so if intercourse is performed unprotected it can certainly lead to pregnancy if she ovulates on the 8th day. It can also happen before the 8th day so you can check her status by using a urine pregnancy test. Urine pregnancy tests come positive only after 5-6 weeks of conception hence wait for her next time of periods and then test. You can use physical barriers as a means of simple contraception. Take care.
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I have undergone cesarean 4 months back. What precautions do I need to take to maintain good health?

DGO, MD, MRCOG, CCST, Accredation in Colposcopy
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
Eat a well balanced diet high in proteins; exercise regularly and try to reduce your weight to pre-pregnancy BMI. Also if anaemic take regular iron supplements. Cosider some form of contraception as well to avoid any unplanned pregnancy
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My wife vagina is very tight (age 58 yrs- post period. Can not enjoy sex. Suggest remedy.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Vagina can be loosened by a surgery called as vaginoplasty It is a day care surgery and has no complications snd make ur and ur partner life easy
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Causes and Treatment for Nighttime Itching!

MBBS
General Physician,
Causes and Treatment for Nighttime Itching!

Have you ever been all comfy and settled in bed only to feel a little itch? You give it a rub or scratch, and before you are content, the sensation returns. So you scratch it again and again as the itching grows and becomes a nuisance.

This is nighttime itching. We scratch a small itch maybe a dozen times a day unconsciously, but how serious is it when you develop itching at night? It may be a temporary reaction to a number of mild causes, or it may a signal an underlying health issue. We will uncover nighttime itching remedies and ways to prevent reoccurrences.

What Causes Nighttime Itching?

Pruritus is the itching of the skin. As with many conditions and illnesses, it seems to become worse at night. You may think it is dry skin, especially if it occurs mainly in the cold winter months when the skin becomes more susceptible due to the lack of moisture in the air. Or you may attribute it to your laundry detergent, new body soap, parasites, or even stress. Before you rush to the doctor or pharmacy to grab a bottle of lotion, let’s take a look at what causes itching at night.

1. Bed Clothes and Linen

Your personal items could be causing your nighttime itching due to irritants and even parasites. Changes in your body processes can cause you to develop an allergen to laundry soaps, body soaps, and shampoos, even if you have been using the same brand for years with no negative reactions. It could also be associated with a dust mite allergy. A change in your system can also impact the tolerance of certain components of your jewelry. Unfortunately, you could also have an infestation of bedbugs, fleas, or other insects.

2. Decreased Stimulation

As we sleep, our energy and stimulus levels decrease, which may make us more conscious of issues such as itchiness, even the most mild of the condition. If you suffer from a severe skin condition, it can disturb your sleep cycle to the point of waking you up in the night. Without a proper REM cycle, you can experience changes in mood and physical symptoms.

3. Internal Clock

Your internal clock, also known as circadian rhythm, refers to the biological processes your body goes through over a 24-hour period. These physical, mental, and behavioral changes in the system respond to your day (light) and night (dark) environments. Nocturnal itching episodes may be associated with these changes, although no definite factor has been identified.

  • Cytokine and prostaglandin can cause the itching sensation in an unbalanced circadian rhythm as these substances produced by cells affect inflammation outcome.
  • Skin temperature rises at night, which may stimulate the itch facilitator levels in our skin.
  • Corticosteroid body levels tend to decrease at night, which increases symptoms of an inflammatory skin disorder.
  • Water loss through the skin intensifies at night time.
  • Parasympathetic activity is known as the “rest and digest” portion of our autonomic nervous system. In this state of normal control, your body is in a relaxed condition, and at night, it increases and may stimulate itching.
  • Natural pain-relieving catalysts in our system rise in response to the darkness with a damaged circadian rhythm. A lessened pain increases our sense of itchiness.
  • Aside from severe dry skin, several health disorders and diseases also have symptoms of dry, itchy skin that seem to be exacerbated at night. These conditions are atopic dermatitis, psoriasis, urticaria, lichen simplex chronicus, liver and kidney issues, and blood disorders. There are some sleep pattern disorders that can also cause nocturnal itching.

How to Treat Nighttime Itching?

You can try to resolve the nocturnal itching at home with several remedies and prevent a reoccurrence.

1. Soak at Night

Bathe in the evening to remove the day’s dead skin cells, dirt, and sweat. Keep in mind very hot water can irritate and dry out the skin. Use warm water and spend 15 minutes or less in the shower or bath.

2. Use Mild Soaps

Use unscented soaps, especially at night. Antibacterial and perfume-infused soaps can draw the moisture from your skin and cause itchiness.

3. Moisturize the Skin

Use a moisturizer created for dry skin conditions. Moisturizing after a bath or shower can help prevent itchiness as it replenishes the skin’s moisture.

4. Change the Sheets

Change your sheets frequently. If you cannot alternate bed linen daily, hang your bedding in direct sunlight to remove dust mites and any bacteria and dead skin cells.

5. Flip the Mattress

Use a mattress protector or flip mattress weekly as it may be home to millions of microscopic organisms. Replace the mattress when you can.

6. Call Pest Control

Have a pest control agent inspect for infestations. There may be an issue with bedbugs, body lice, fleas, or scabies mites. You can still feel the effects from these parasites without direct contact as they attach to clothing, linens, and mattresses.

7. Ventilate the Room

Sleep in a cool well-ventilated room. This will reduce body temperature and sweating, which can stimulate itchy dryness. Try keeping the bedroom heat down by opening a window, turning on a fan, or keeping the air conditioner on.

8. Use Lightweight Fabrics

Wear light cotton sleepwear and use light blankets. As your body temperature rises, so does the intensity of the itch.

When to Call a Doctor

If you have tried the aforementioned home remedies for nighttime itching with no relief, you may want to consult your doctor. Depending on the cause of your condition, you may be prescribed antihistamines to diminish itching or corticosteroids to reduce inflammation if itchiness is associated with a skin disorder.

You may need calcineurin inhibitors to suppress your immune system or even antidepressants. These will help in lessening the itch symptoms related to mental stress or psychogenic disorders.

Dry, itchy skin can be triggered by stimuli at night, which can interfere with your resting and sleeping times. There are various mild skin conditions that cause night itchiness as well as several health issues that should be addressed. Home remedies to counteract or prevent itchiness can be undertaken before calling a doctor. The answer may lie in your bedding, personal hygiene items, or even in the air you breathe. If all attempts fail, contact your doctor for guidance as it could be a hidden medical condition or a symptom of a related issue.

Am 37th week pregnant suffering from tight motion and pain at anal with swelling am using milk of magnesia but no use my due date of delivery is 1st may what to use to get relief from pain and swell and to get motion free.

DGO, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Am 37th week pregnant suffering from tight motion and pain at anal with swelling am using milk of magnesia but no use...
Constipation is common in pregnancy and pain and swelling are bcz of piles. Please drink plenty of water/ fluids and take fruits, Veges and salads so as to increase the amount of roughage. You can have sitz bath means fill a tub with warm water and dip anal area in it for at least 10- 15 mints twice or thrice daily. Walk around too.
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I got painful periods from 3 years ,now my age is 21 . And this month surprisingly I got no bleeding at the time of period . The pain was as usual . I am worried about it. What could be the reason ? Is not it unnatural?

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Kolkata
I got painful periods from 3 years ,now my age is 21 . And this month surprisingly I got no bleeding at the time of p...
U can take syp ashokarista 3tsf bdpc for three months it will more effective for your problems nd do usg lower abdomen to exclude poly cystic overy.
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