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Dr. Madhu Batta  - Gynaecologist, Delhi

Dr. Madhu Batta

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology

Gynaecologist, Delhi

42 Years Experience  ·  300 at clinic
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Dr. Madhu Batta MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology Gynaecologist, Delhi
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To provide my patients with the highest quality healthcare, I'm dedicated to the newest advancements and keep up-to-date with the latest health care technologies....more
To provide my patients with the highest quality healthcare, I'm dedicated to the newest advancements and keep up-to-date with the latest health care technologies.
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Dr. Madhu Batta is one of the best Gynaecologists in Preet Vihar, Delhi. He has been a practicing Gynaecologist for 42 years. He has done MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology . He is currently associated with Priyadarshini Nursing Home in Preet Vihar, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Madhu Batta on Lybrate.com.

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Education
MBBS - Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi, - 1976
MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology - Kasturba Gandhi Hospital, - 1982
Languages spoken
English
Hindi
Professional Memberships
Delhi Medical Association (DMA)
Indian Medical Association (IMA)
DELHI MEDICAL COUNCIL

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Priyadarshini Nursing Home

Room No 333, Gagan Vihar, Preet Vihar. Landmark: Near Gagan Vihar Colony Gate No. 3, DelhiDelhi Get Directions
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I had a sex with my girl friend on 5th day of her period starting date she had regular periods for every 28 days is dere chance of pregnancy wat is safe period days to have sex please let me know doctor.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), L.C.P.S, PhD,D.P.S.M
Sexologist, Ahmednagar
There r less chances of pregnancy. If the periods r regular then from day one of menstrual cycle up to 12th day and from day 17th onwards till the starting of the menses is the safe period.
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Dear Sir/madam, Please tell me precaution my wife she is 3 months pregnant. but some time she feels pain in stomach for some time.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, DGO
Obstetrician, Vadodara
Dear Sir/madam, Please tell me precaution my wife she is 3 months pregnant. but some time she feels pain in stomach f...
Hello lybrate-user it is common in first pregnancy. Go with light frequent diet. If is persist for longer time then consult your gynec Dr. Thanks.
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I had sex with my girlfriend on 8 June nd then I gave her a I pill on the same day that is 8 June so nw her menstrual cycle must have started on 14 June bt till now there are no signs of periods is it normal .m afraid please help. Asap.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
I had sex with my girlfriend on 8 June nd then I gave her a I pill on the same day that is 8 June so nw her menstrual...
In such a situation I will suggest you to wait for her menstrual cycle to arrive as per her routine and if it doesn't come within a month
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Hi I am 26 years old and my girlfriend want to doing sex with me but she don't like condom but she don't want to take any risk of pregnancy so can you suggest me any tablets for unwanted pregnancy. Which one tablets will be best for her.

MBBS, DGO, MD, Fellowship in Gynae Oncology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Hi I am 26 years old and my girlfriend want to doing sex with me but she don't like condom but she don't want to take...
Hello, Emergency contraceptive pills are bad for her health if taken for more than once in a month. Instead, ask her to take oral contraceptive pills (OCPs) from 2 nd day of her period cycle to avoid getting pregnant.
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Got marriage have irregular period and thyroid is 3.61 my doc prescribed me to take novelon tablet for 3 month. Now I am in second got period correctly with less bleeding. Vll I b able conceive after completing this treatment. Or s there any other suggest for to conceive soon.

MBBS, DGO, MD, Fellowship in Gynae Oncology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Got marriage have irregular period and thyroid is 3.61 my doc prescribed me to take novelon tablet for 3 month. Now I...
You can conceive after stopping this medicine. Once your cycle is regular. If you have a history of pcod then start doing exercise daily, and take nutritious diet including green vegetables and fruits.
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My wife is missing her periods and also the reports of pregnancy test are nagative.

MBBS
Sexologist, Panchkula
I advise you to consult a good gynaecologist proper examination of your wife and ascertain the cause behind missing periods.
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General Physician, Kolkata
Healthy Life

1. Regular workout atleast an hour everyday
2. Fluid intake 4-5l/day
3. Sleep atleast 6-8hrs
4. Avoid keeping cell phones along with you while sleeping
5. Add extra vegetables in your diet that includes fibres
6. No to alcohol and smoking
7. Be positive, stay positive, be happy
8. Dont skip meals
9. Avoid purchase of medications without advice of a doctor
10. Smile and spread smile.

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Alternative Medicine Specialist, Chandigarh
Health Tip :

Dangers Of Teflon Cookware

Non-stick cookware has become enormously popular because of its convenience factor, and is now the most popular cookware. However, millions of people are unknowingly sacrificing their health to save a few minutes in the kitchen.

Sure it's easy to clean, affordable and incredibly popular, but this cookware is considered toxic by many experts, so this article is to help you help you pick the safest option for your family.

Teflon may be the most popular cookware sold, with some serious advantages when it comes to easy cleanup and also allowing cooks to use less oil and butter. However, it has come under fire in recent years over concerns about toxic chemical emissions, as dozens of reports and studies from both industry and outside sources. So I have talked to numerous experts and looked at the major studies conducted to find out what we should do about this issue.

A Little Background on Teflon

The chemical name for Teflon is polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), and it contains an entire set of fluorine-containing compounds called Fluoropolymers, (which are generally toxic) and are the reason that foods don't stick. This combination has been used commercially since the 1940s.

Another potential problem with nonstick cookware comes from a chemical used in making Teflon called perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), as it has been linked to cancer in laboratory animals, and possible connections to elevated cholesterol, thyroid disease, and reduced fertility. PFOA has come under scrutiny by the EPA because the chemical has shown up in samples of people?s blood, which is concerning because PFOA lasts a long time in both people and the surrounding environment.

Depending on who you talk to, you may find that the majority of people in the know, feel that Teflon cookware is technically safe as long as it's not overheated, but when it is, the coating will begin to break down at a molecular level, that you can't see, allowing toxic & carcinogenic particles and gases to be released.

How HOT Is Too HOT?

It is said that Teflon pans start to overheat at temperatures at 500 degrees Fahrenheit and above, as smaller chemical fragments are then beginning to be released, and DuPont, inventor and manufacturer of Teflon, Kurunthachalam Kannan, Ph.D, agrees that 260�C is the recommended maximum temp for cooking with these items. However, other findings show that the coating begins to break down and release toxins into the air at only 230�C. The next question is how fast will a nonstick pan reach 230 - 260 �C? What was found is that it only takes 2-5 minutes to hit these temps, and for non-stick cookware to emit at least six toxic gases.

During some nonstick cookware lab tests, the results were surprising when showing how quickly some pans got too hot, and at very high temperatures. At 348.8�C and above, these pans can significantly decompose, emitting fumes strong enough to cause "polymer-fume fever, a temporary flu-like condition marked by chills, headache, and fever. These fumes won't kill you, but they can kill pet birds, whose respiratory systems are more fragile. After about three to five minutes of heating, when the pans reach 360�C, they release at least six toxic gasses, including:

Two carcinogens
Two global pollutants
MFA, a chemical deadly to humans at low doses

The manufacturer of the leading non-stick cookware brand, claims that the coating does not cause a problem under ?normal use.? with significant decomposition of the coating only occuring only when temperatures exceed 348.8�C, and say that these temperatures are well above the normal cooking range. However, results from a study conducted by a university food safety professor that found a generic non-stick frying pan reached 391.1�C in three minutes and 20 seconds when heated on a conventional, electric stovetop burner. And the temperatures continued to rise after the test was stopped. The leading non-stick cookware rose to 382�C in five minutes under the same conditions, and if you heat non-stick cookware to 537.7�C, the coatings will break down into a chemical warfare agent known as PFIB, that is a chemical analog of the WWII nerve gas phosgene. So your best friend in the kitchen may actually be your family's worst health enemy.




Dr.VARINDER SINGH CHANDHOK
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