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Dr. Kusum Sareen

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology

Gynaecologist, Delhi

47 Years Experience
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Dr. Kusum Sareen is a popular Gynaecologist in Hauz Khas, Delhi. She has had many happy patients in her 47 years of journey as a Gynaecologist. She is a qualified MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology . She is currently practising at Dr. Kusum Saren Clinic in Hauz Khas, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Kusum Sareen and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology - Delhi university - 1971
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Hi, I had 2 miss miscarriage happened .and my baby developed only six week in both pregnancy .So my doctor suggest me do a torch test here in the reports toxoplasma igg is 1.34 ,cytomeglavirrus igg is 1.71 and rubella igg is 1.74 so the results is positive .just tell me it is reason of miscarriage and baby is not develop. Please tell me.

M.B.S.(HOMEO), MD - Homeopathy
Homeopath, Visakhapatnam
Hi, I had 2 miss miscarriage happened .and my baby developed only six week in both pregnancy .So my doctor suggest me...
intrauterine growth restriction: Intrauterine growth restriction (“IUGR,” for short) is a term for a baby who is smaller than normal during pregnancy. The baby is not growing inside the uterus at the normal rate. These babies usually have a low weight at birth. Most of the causes of IUGR are beyond your control. Usually, nothing the mother did causes IUGR in her baby. But if you smoke cigarettes, drink alcohol or abuse drugs, you can cause IUGR in your baby. Pregnant women who are infected with CMV rarely have symptoms, but rather their developing baby may be at risk for congenital (meaning from birth) CMV disease. ... For a woman who has a recurrent CMV infection during pregnancy (meaning this is not a primary infection), the rate of newborn CMV infection is about 1%. A rubella infection can cause miscarriage, preterm birth, or stillbirth, as well as a variety of birth defects, but it depends on how far along you are when you contract the virus. ... If you get rubella during the first 12 weeks of pregnancy, there's a high chance (up to 85 percent) that your baby will develop CRS. If you are newly infected with Toxoplasma while you are pregnant, or just before pregnancy, then you can pass the infection on to your baby. You may not have any symptoms from the infection. ... Occasionally infected newborns have serious eye or brain damage at birth.
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Me and my wife doing sex for a month, wife gets her period after 40 days what are the cause she is not getting pregnant.

M.D. - Ayurveda, B.A.M.S (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine& Surgery), N.D.D.Y(Diploma in Naturopathy,Diploma in Yoga)
Ayurveda, Pune
Me and my wife doing sex for a month, wife gets her period after 40 days what are the cause she is not getting pregnant.
40 days cycle is not very healthy. Up to 35 days is considered fine. Get a scan done and also thyroid profile.
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Benefits of Treatment at SSOHM

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Delhi
Benefits of Treatment at SSOHM
The gall bladder stores bile juice that is pith ka ras.

Small pieces of stone come out with that juice only and directly enter into intestine and with stool they pass out easily.
It does not cause any pain because medicine prescribed here provide relaxation to muscles and opens the ducts so stones will remove easily.

Give a look to this image of stones removal from gall bladder and removed stones.

Everything You Need To Know About Depressive Disorder!

MBBS, MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Chennai
Everything You Need To Know About Depressive Disorder!

Rekha is 32 years old, she has a succesful career, a lovable husband and two wonderful kids. She has a few helpful friends and a supportive family. She also got promoted at work 6 months ago. Yet for the past few months she has been finding it a little difficult to fall asleep at night, she dreads daybreak and wished she could sleep for a bit more time. She fights through the tiredness as everything she once enjoyed seems grey and non rewarding. She stopped following her favorite tv show and hasn’t been talking to her friends as much. She has been unable to focus on work and it takes her longer than usual to complete her tasks. The food she once loved seems drab and unappealing. There is no more color to festivals and functions, and smiling becomes an effort. She worried about the future and feels helpless as her life spirals down a eternal dark staircase.

Rekhas husband has noticed this and is supportive as he can be, telling her that she needs to snap out of whatever that she is going through. Not that she wouldnt want to snap out of it. People around her have been trying to cheer her up, suggesting everything that they feel would make her feel better! But no, the shadow of depression follows her around and makes her feel that her life is not worth living anymore.

What are the numbers ?

Depression is difficult, depression is dark and depression is dangerous. Studies have reported numbers ranging from 1 in 10 to 1 in 30. An article in the Indian express on feb 15,2016 was titled “with 36% of India depressed, we must end the taboo around mental health”

Depression was reported to be higher in females, in the age-group of 40-49 years and among those residing in urban metros. Equally high rates were reported among the elderly.Depression and suicides are closely linked, with upto 15% of depressed individuals attempting suicide. With around a lakh and 30000 people ending their lives by suicide every year, and atleast 10 times as much attempting suicide, this 15 percent starts looking like a very large number.

What causes depression

Contrary to popular belief, depression does not necessarily stem from a weakness in one's "mind" or from ones poor ability to cope with the stressors of life. This Depression like every other illness stems from complex interactions between biological, psychological and social factors. Like one cannot "think away" a fever, it is impossible to "think away" depression.

Genetic studies have demonstrated a concordance rate for mood disorders in identical twins of 70 to 90 percent. Implying a strong role of inherited factors in depressive illness. Alterations in hormonal regulation and sleep architecture can also lead to depression.

At the base of the illness there are abnormalities at the synaptic level in the neuronal networks in the pre-frontal cortex (a region in the brain). The pre-frontal cortex holds and processes information in regard to ones personality, memory, decision making, motivation and complex cognitive tasks. These processes are encoded in the form of synapses or interneuronal connections. The neurons communicate via electrochemical processes called neurotransmission. Current knowledge implicates a imbalance in serotonin, dopamine and noradrenaline (neurotransmitters) and or an abnormal number of their receptors in the synapses in causing depression. Most anti depressants increase serotonin concentrations at the synaptic level so as to improve mood and cognition.

Low levels of serotonin have also been observed in those who attempt suicide.

 

What are the symptoms of depression? How is it diagnosed ?

Symptoms of depression include persistent low mood, easy fatiguability and a lack of interest in things that were previously pleasurable. Physical symptoms such as changes in sleep patterns, changes in appetite and weight and decreased interest in sex may also occur. Further a loss of self confidence, undue feelings of guilt, emotional lability and thoughts about self harm are also common.
The safest thing to do, if one is experiencing such symtoms is to seek professional help.

The Psychiatrist or Psychologist will be able to make a diagnosis based of Criteria set forth by the world health organization. They may suggest laboratory investigations to rule out physical illnesses such as anemia and thyroid dysfunction that mimic depression and will offer appropriate treatment measures.

Depression tends to occur in episodes with each episode lasting from 6 months to two years with an average of 8 months. Untreated depression tends to leave behind residual symptoms that include fatigue, anhedonia, long lasting sleep disturbances, poor productivity and a propensity to recur. 60% of those who develop a depressive episode, develop another Thus earlier and effective treatment will improve prognosis and will decrease the long term morbidity.

 

Effective treatment strategies are available for the management of depression. Based on the severity of illness and the nature of symptoms, you health care provider may prescribe either behavioral changes, psychotherapy or biological therapy. You do not have to go at it alone. Help is available for all those who seek it !

Depression is nothing to be afraid of, and certainly nothing to be guilty or ashamed of. With the right intervention from qualified experts, depression can be managed effectively.

You can find a lot more information about mental health and mental illness at our stigma breaking.

 

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Hi Sir, Can 1.5 month abortion possible with tablet's? Is it safe? Do we need to consult with doctor before taking these tablets? What tablets these are and how can we take?

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
Yes it is possible. Not that safe. Yes you should consult a gynecologist. Tablet and how to take will be advised once you will consult.
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I'm have pcos from my 18. But my periods r really fine. Since my marriage last year my periods made a huge change and it's stopped for every 2 months. Then my gynaec gave me Chastaberry tablets. Now I'm getting it every one month gap. But what is d sudden change occurred and how can I regulate this without taking hormonal tablets. And one more ques is that true women with pcos never get pregnant.?

MBBS
Sexologist, Panchkula
I'm have pcos from my 18. But my periods r really fine. Since my marriage last year my periods made a huge change and...
I advise you to do meditation for mental strength by doing slow and deep breathing relaxation exercises in the morning. Take proper balanced vegetarian diet. Take lots of water and fluids. Avoid garlic and red chilly and non veg and eggs. Women with pvos can become pregnant, take treatment for pcos when you are planning for baby.
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Irregular Periods - When To See A Gynaecologist?

MBBS
Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
Irregular Periods - When To See A Gynaecologist?

Missing out on your periods or irregular periods once in a while is common. However, the problem arises when irregular periods become every month’s story. The irregularity can be an amalgamation of a host of factors. Ignoring the same for long will only complicate things further. For women of reproductive age, the problem can give rise to deleterious consequences, including difficulties in conceiving. In this article, we will discuss some of the common triggers that result in irregular periods and when to seek medical help.

What causes Irregular Periods?
The hormonal balance plays a significant role in the proper functioning of the vital organs of the body. More than often, irregular periods are found to be a manifestation of hormonal imbalance. Some of the conditions that trigger the hormonal imbalance include

  • PCO is a common medical condition that affects women of reproductive age. PCOS is characterized by the formation of cysts in the ovary (one or both) that affects the ovulation process. In PCOS, there is an increased production of Androgen, especially Testosterone that can cause irregular periods, hair fall, facial hair, weight gain etc.

  • Time and again doctors and health professionals emphasize the importance of leading a stress-free life. Research suggests stress and anxiety often interfere with the functioning of the Hypothalamus. As a result, the pituitary glands that control and regulate the activities of the ovaries, adrenal glands, and thyroid glands may be affected. These can also trigger a hormonal imbalance giving rise to menstrual problems such as Irregular periods. In case of extreme stress, there may be a short-term cessation of periods (Secondary Amenorrhea).

  • The hormonal imbalance and irregular periods can also be an outcome of other medical conditions such as endometriosis, a cancer affecting the reproductive organs, fibroids, obesity, diabetes, hyperprolactinemia (characterized by elevated level of prolactin) or even thyroid disorders.

  • Women who indulge in strict dieting can also suffer from irregular periods. Strict dieting (especially the ones that are without a proper nutritional guidance) can rob the body of the essential nutrients disrupting the hormonal balance.

  • Irregular periods are normal in women who are nearing their menopause.

When to seek medical assistance?
Irregular periods can be indicative of a severe health problem. Consult a gynecologist

  • If your regular cycles get delayed by more than 7 days.

  • There is spotting or bleeding in between the periods.

  • Your periods last for more than ten days or less than two days.

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

  • There is excruciating pain during periods.

  • The gap between two successive menstrual cycles is more than 35 days or less than 21 days.

  • Your periods are heavy and unmanageable, affecting your daily routine.

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We are planning for baby now. My husband had alcohol 4 days before our intercourse when planning to have baby. If I get pregnant with this intercourse will that impact my baby health? Will drinking alcohol impacts the health of my husband's sperm? Please confirm me, I am scared of this.

MD
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
We are planning for baby now. My husband had alcohol 4 days before our intercourse when planning to have baby. If I g...
Alcohol will not affect the preg if you have conceived. However habitual drinking alters semen values and reduces chances of conception.
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I am 35 and suffered two miscarriages in last two years. last month I had a thorough check where all my test results such acne, HSG,TSH etc were normal. But on the second day of my periods upon screening doctor is saying that I had only 6 eggs and low ovarian reserve. He has suggested for IVF. I want to know what are the chances of conceiving normally? And if I do IVF will I have a successful pregnancy?

MBBS, DNB Obs &Gynae, Diploma in Reproductive Medicine (Germany), Fellowship in Laparoscopy
IVF Specialist, Delhi
I am 35 and suffered two miscarriages in last two years. last month I had a thorough check where all my test results ...
Apart from low ovarian reserve on basis of number of number of eggs on usg just send me your other reports and get an Amh test done. And yes at the age of 35 with low reserve of ovaries it will be difficult for you to conceive naturally and more waiting will do more harm to you as after some time your reserve will be so low that you might require for a donor egg also for ivf success. So it's high time you should plan for ivf. How to proceed for it. U can consult me privately .don't worry you will get pregnant. All the best.
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