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Dr. Kirti Verma

Gynaecologist, 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
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; as a health provider being ethical is not just a remembered value, but a strongly observed one.
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Dr. Kirti Verma is a trusted Gynaecologist in Janakpuri, Delhi. You can meet Dr. Kirti Verma personally at Urocare in Janakpuri, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Kirti Verma and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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Hlo doc. My problem is last date of my periods is 14aug. Nd today is 21sept bt my period is not coming. Even I also chk d pregnancy bt all d tym result is negative. Now what should I do. LST to last day mrng I was woke up Nd gng loo Nd only a single drop of blood cmng bt ltr ntng. Today I chk bt result is negative. Now what I do.

BHMS
Homeopath, Secunderabad
Hlo doc. My problem is last date of my periods is 14aug. Nd today is 21sept bt my period is not coming. Even I also c...
Sometimes the periods get delayed. You can always visit a gynecologist for a routine check up and also learn more about health and safety precautions. Let the doctor diagnose (after checking you and the reports ). Please revert after the visit to the doctor. You can also add Homeopathy any time if the problem persists. You can contact me online also.
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I getting irregular periods would you tell any suggestions for irregular periods I had this problem from 2 years it comes 1 time in 3 months.

NCCH & MCH
Homeopath, Kolkata
I getting irregular periods would you tell any suggestions for irregular periods I had this problem from 2 years it c...
Dear Pushpa kindly update your full medical history along with treatment undergone so far along with usg of abdomen for better analysis. For now take Ashoka Q 15 drops in half cup water for a weeks time and consult back.
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My date was on 24 may it got over on 28th May. But on 5 june I got spotting of few drops of blood. May I now the reason.

BHMS
Homeopath, Hooghly
May be shredding of uterus, may b due to inflammation ,may be due to vaginitis, don't worry if it comes in every month then visit a gynaecologist.
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Last month Meri frnd ne periods ke 5th day unwanted 72 ka use kiya tha. Ab 45 days ho gye use periods nhi a rhe humne pregnancy test kit bhi use ki lekin results negative Hai please koi solution btayen.

Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
Last month Meri frnd ne periods ke 5th day unwanted 72 ka use kiya tha. Ab 45 days ho gye use periods nhi a rhe humne...
Unwanted or ipill should be taken only when the woman is pregnant and emergency medicine, not as a routine. Anyway unwanted tablet is loaded with hormones which can lead to complications like hormonal imbalances and irregular periods get ultrasound done to rule out other causes.
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Need Something To Munch On - 6 Healthy Snacks You Can Try!

Bcom-Hons, MBA-Marketing & International Business, Advance Diploma In Nutrition & Dietetics, National Diabetes Educational Programme
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Delhi
Need Something To Munch On - 6 Healthy Snacks You Can Try!

Munch on these lip smacking, but healthy evening snacks...

1. Spicy tangy aloo chaat- Potatoes, unless fried, have an array of health benefits. Boiled or mashed potatoes can be used to make aloo chaat for an evening snack. Potatoes are rich in nutrients like potassium, copper, manganese, vitamin B6, vitamin B3, and vitamin C. The best part is consumption of boiled or baked potatoes can keep your tummy satisfied for a considerable amount of time. Aloo chaat is easy to make; one can add cucumber, tomato, coconut shavings, peanuts, mint chutney, herbs, lemon juice to diced boiled potatoes to enjoy an evening meal. For flavor, you might even add tomato sauce.

2. Munch on some dry fruits- Dry fruits are high in dietary fiber, vitamins, and minerals. Having a handful of dry fruit is good for your bowel movements and especially for your skin. It is known to regulate a person's cholesterol levels. People suffering from anemia should have nuts regularly and experience the health benefits.

3. Upma is a healthy snack- Upma made from suji can keep you fit while fulfilling your hunger. It takes time to digest and thus you feel full for quite some time. This kind of snack will raise your energy levels preventing you from being slackened. It is also great for your kidney health. Suji among Indians is also prepared as a dessert containing lots of sugar. Preparing Upma can keep you safe from the ill- effects of sugar.

4. Poha is filling and nutritious- Poha is a dish that originated in the land of Maharashtra. It is easy to make and is not time- consuming at all. One may use very little oil while cooking this dish and still have a tasty snack to eat. The dish usually contains vegetables like beans, carrots, and peas and therefore has a high mineral content. It supplies you with iron, necessary carbohydrates and also with vitamin B.

5. Adai is rich in protein- Lentils and rice in communion can gift us with wonderful snack recipes. A mix of lentil and rice can be used to make an iron and protein rich snack named adai. This snack is a reliable source of fiber, legumes and carbohydrates. It has a rich taste and flavor and can be had with a tomato and coriander dip.

6. Spiced corn cobs- Corn cobs are the easiest solution to rumbling tummies. One may spice it with salt, chili powder and a generous amount of lemon juice. Corn cobs defend your body against hemorrhoids and colorectal cancer.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Best Foods To Eat During Chemotherapy!

M.Sc. in Dietetics and Food Service Management , Post Graduate Diploma In Computer Application, P.G.Diploma in Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics , B.Sc.Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
Best Foods To Eat During Chemotherapy!

11 Best foods to eat during chemotherapy:

These healing foods may help minimize chemo side effects. 

1. Carrots give chemo a boost

Carrots are a chemotherapy superfood. Certain plant compounds, which are also found in parsley, can make chemo more effective by stopping a mechanism in the body that can sometimes interfere with cancer treatment, according to a recent study by the new zealand institute for plant and food research. Researchers hope these foods “could be used to complement conventional treatments to potentially deliver better results for patients. 


2. Gravy combats dry mouth

If your dry mouth—a common side effect of chemo—makes swallowing difficult, try moistening your food by covering it with sauces, gravies, or even low fat milk. Liquefying foods in a blender will also help your meal go down a little easier.


3. Rice and bananas for diarrhea


Bland foods like rice, bananas, cooked apples, and dry toast will help bind your stool if you have diarrhea from chemotherapy. Avoid fatty foods, raw fruits, and whole grain products, which can make diarrhea worse. You can also try these home remedies for diarrhea.


4. Whole grains battle constipation


On the other hand, if you are constipated, drinking plenty of fluids and eating foods high in insoluble fiber, such as whole grain breads or cereals, dried fruits, and dried beans or peas, will aid your digestive system. The national cancer institute (nci) recommends drinking eight to 12 cups of liquid a day for those undergoing cancer treatment. Here are other sneaky ways you might be making yourself dehydrated.

5. Small meals help with appetite loss


Loss of appetite is a common side effect of chemotherapy, but instead of forcing yourself to eat three big meals, eat five or six smaller meals throughout the day to stay properly nourished and energized. Adding protein supplements and higher-calorie foods to your diet will help you sustain a healthy weight. However, always consult your doctor to personalize your diet according to your condition, diagnosis, and needs.

6. Ginger candy eases nausea


Chemo often leaves you with a queasy stomach, but ginger candy and lemon drops work like a charm. Suck on them before eating, or sip on some flat ginger ale or cola during your meal. This will help ease your dizziness and settle your stomach. These are more natural remedies for an upset stomach.


7. Custard for mouth sores


Mouth sores can make it painful to eat even the softest of foods. If treatment has left your mouth in pain, try pureed foods that are easy to swallow, such as custards, rice, eggs, porridge, and soups. The blander the better, since salt or spices can make sores even more painful. Avoid sharp or crunchy foods like crackers, chips, and raw vegetables, as well as spicy foods like hot sauces, curry dishes, salsa, and chili peppers, which also irritate sores.

8. Orange juice prevents dry mouth


Ward off dry mouth before it takes hold by filling your diet with plenty of sweet and tart foods. According to the nci, drinking liquids like lemonade and orange juice will help you produce more saliva because their tartness stimulates your saliva glands. However, do not eat or drink these foods if your treatment has left you with a sore mouth or throat, as they will make your symptoms worse. These are other fruit juices that are healthier than you thought.

9. Onion and garlic boost your immune system

Grilled, cooked, or raw, onions and garlic are highly recommended as cancer fighters, as their high levels of antioxidants have been shown to stimulate the immune system’s natural defenses against cancer. In fact, cornell researchers found that strong-flavored onions could even inhibit the growth of some cancer cells. Here are more foods with cancer-fighting abilities.

10. Lean protein maintains energy and muscle

The nci recommends eating more protein when undergoing chemotherapy to give you energy and keep your muscles strong when treatment is draining. Opt for lean proteins like eggs, fish, tofu, and chicken. Many people with cancer find that red meat takes on an unpleasant metallic taste.

11. Selenium-rich foods fight cancer

Brazil nuts, seafood, oats, and brown rice are all great sources of selenium, a cancer-fighting mineral. A study published in the journal of biological chemistry found that selenium compounds boost the immune system, allowing it to fight certain cancers like leukemia and melanoma. However, avoid eating shellfish and raw fish.
 

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Dear Dr, I and my gf had sex on 4th March at around 2 pm. However the condom tore and the semen got inside. My gf gets her periods on 6th of every month. But she took an Unwanted 72 within 8 hours. Can she be pregnant? She has not found any spotting as of yet despite of having the Unwanted 72. How and when can she get to know that the ECP has worked?

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Dear Dr,
I and my gf had sex on 4th March at around 2 pm. However the condom tore and the semen got inside. My gf get...
Mostly unwanted 72 prevents pregnancy onlu occassionaly may fail. Her period date was also close to period so as such low chance of pregnancy. After such tablet one gets withdrawal bleeding 5-8 days later that means if period was expected soon gets delayed then cyclicity changes. For future learn about family planning methods instead of high hormonal emergency pills
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How to test for pcod? If I have all the symptoms and only do not have symptom of weight gain instead I have weight loss. Then is it possible that I am having pcod?

BHMS, M.D Homoeopathy ( Practice of Medicine )
Homeopath, Nashik
How to test for pcod? If I have all the symptoms and only do not have symptom of weight gain instead I have weight lo...
Hello lybrate-user, I would suggest you to do a Ultrasoography scan of abdomen/ pelvis. This will clear the doubt whether you are having PCOD or not. Bye take care.
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I have thyroid since 3 years and I'm advised on 50 mg of thyronorm, is this dose enough as I am in third month of pregnancy.

MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Thane
I have thyroid since 3 years and I'm advised on 50 mg of thyronorm, is this dose enough as I am in third month of pre...
Please do Free t3 Free t4 and ultra TSH. Depending upon results you dose will be decided. Repeat this report every 2 months to keep thyronormalcy as Thyroid hormone is essential for nervous system development of baby.
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