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Dr. Madhulika Sardana

Gynaecologist, Delhi

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Dr. Madhulika Sardana is a renowned Gynaecologist in Jeewan Mala Hospital, Delhi. You can consult Dr. Madhulika Sardana at Nova Specialty Hospitals - Karol Bagh in Jeewan Mala Hospital, Delhi. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Madhulika Sardana on Lybrate.com.

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My wife is 7 week pregnant. I want to know the complete diet chart & routine till delivery. What should we do and shouldn't? Kindly advice in details month wise or week wise.

MBBS, DGO, MD, Fellowship in Gynae Oncology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
My wife is 7 week pregnant.
I want to know the complete diet chart & routine till delivery.
What should we do and sho...
Hello, Now that she is a mum-to-be, it is important to eat well. This will make sure she gets all the nutrients needed. If her diet is poor to begin with, it is even more important to make sure she have a healthy diet now. She needs more vitamins and minerals, especially folic acid and iron. She needs a few more calories during pregnancy as well. Getting the right diet for pregnancy is more about what she eat than about how much. Limit junk food, as it has lots of calories with few or no nutrients. Milk and dairy products: skimmed milk, yogurt/curd, buttermilk (chhaach), cottage cheese (paneer). These foods are high in calcium, protein and Vitamin B-12. Talk to your doctor about what to eat if you are lactose intolerant. Cereals, whole grains, dals, pulses and nuts: these are good sources of protein if you do not eat meat. Vegetarians need about 45 grams of nuts and 2/3 of a cup of legumes for protein each day. One egg, 14 grams of nuts, or ¼ cup of legumes is considered equivalent to roughly 28 grams of meat, poultry, or fish. Vegetables and fruits: these provide vitamins, minerals and fibre. Fluids: Drink lots of fluids, especially water and fresh fruit juices. Make sure you drink clean boiled or filtered water. Fats and oils: Ghee, butter, coconut milk and oil are high in saturated fats, which are not very healthy. Hydrogenated vanaspati oil and ghee is high in trans fats, which are as bad for you as saturated fats. A better source of fat is vegetable oils because these contain more unsaturated fats.
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I mean the days when there is chance of getting pregnant like my periods date is 2 and on 7 I had sex.

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
I mean the days when there is chance of getting pregnant like my periods date is 2 and on 7 I had sex.
If your periods started on 2 feb and your period cycle is minimum of 25 days, and you have had unprotected sex on 7 feb, then no chances of pregnancy---------------------
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Learn how consuming tomato can really help in various conditions.

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Delhi
Learn how consuming tomato can really help in various conditions.

Health ‎benefits? of ?‎tomato:

  • Aids in ‎digestion?
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  • Good source of ‎antioxidants?
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Dear doctor, I got my period on 05.01.2017. My last period before that was on 23.11.2016. I took an emergency contraceptive pill in December and I didn't get my period that month. It got delayed and I got it on the 5th of January. When are the days I can have unprotected sex now this month without falling pregnant? Kindly let me know please.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
Dear doctor,
I got my period on 05.01.2017. My last period before that was on 23.11.2016. I took an emergency contrac...
Hello, You would be safe during day 2-day 10 and then ideally after day 22 till menses if your cycles are 28-30 days.
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Vasti Ayurvedic Treatment - Which Type Is Suitable For You!

BAMS, MD (AM) , Panchakarma, Yoga
Ayurveda, Gurgaon
Vasti Ayurvedic Treatment - Which Type Is Suitable For You!

Are you thinking of undergoing an Ayurvedic Panchakarma treatment for its various health benefits? In Panchakarma treatment, five procedures are undertaken for eliminating the vitalized doshas from the body. The five procedures form the basic types of Vasti. Vasti is considered to be the primary Panchakarma treatment and it refers to medicated enema. As the medicine reaches the bowels directly without any enzymatic actions, this therapy is very effective.

Types of Vasti
Vasti is carried out along with other Ayurvedic treatments in many cases. Vasti has a great healing capability and is considered to be the half treatment for many diseases. The treatment is primarily used for flushing out loosened doshas from the body via the intestinal tract. In Ayurveda, there are several types of Vasti or medicated enemas. Here is a list of the most common vastis in Ayurveda along with their various benefits:

  1. Uttara Vasti: Uttara Vasti or Urobasti is a herbal oil treatment therapy, which is used as a part of Panchakarma therapy for the treatment of muscular chest pain. Problems such as pain in the sternum, intense anxiety, chest pain and many others are cured by this form of vasti. It also helps in restoring normal skin elasticity.
  2. Kashaya Vasti: This is a type of vasti in which heat gets applied to a specific part of the body. It is done by retaining warm and medicated oils. A dam, made of herbal dough, gets built in the area which is affected and oil is poured. The oil is left there, which rejuvenates the body by easing the pain, swelling and tension. This therapy also helps in getting relief from acute and chronic back pain, lumbar spondylosis, sciatica, osteoporosis and a prolapsed disc. Sciatica pain is relieved and pain in intervertebral disc prolapsed is reduced as well. The nerves get stimulated, easing pain and numbness. This vasti is also prescribed for treating rheumatoid arthritis, lumbosacral strain and disc bulge.
  3. Sneha Vasti or oil enema: In Sneha Vasti, only medicated oils or ghrithams are used unlike in other vastis, where a combination of various ingredients with predominant decoctions are used.

Vasti treatment accounts for being the most effective Ayurvedic Panchakarma treatment. It helps in alleviating constipation, distention, chronic fever, sexual disorders, kidney stones, common cold, neck pain, backache, vomiting and acidity. There are more than 80 disorders which are related to Vata, many of which are treated with Vasti therapy. These may include sciatica, rheumatism, arthritis and gout.

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

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I am 21 year girl. I did sex on 24 may. My periods date was 1 june. But I did miss. 25 june I check my pregnancy text and its positive. Now what can I do for this unwanted pregnancy. Please suggest me safe pill.

BASM, MD, MS (Counseling & Psychotherapy), MSc - Psychology, Certificate in Clinical psychology of children and Young People, Certificate in Psychological First Aid, Certificate in Positive Psychology
Psychologist, Palakkad
I am 21 year girl. I did sex on 24 may. My periods date was 1 june. But I did miss. 25 june I check my pregnancy text...
Dear user. ABORTIONS can be performed as early as an intra-uterine pregnancy can be identified by ultrasound, which is usually about 3-4 weeks after your Last Menstrual Period (LMP). In the first trimester, two options are available: Aspiration is done by a physician in the clinic or the Abortion Pill which you take at home. Do not take any decisions before consulting your gynecologist. Take care.
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Vaginal Piercing - What the Possible Risks Involved?

MICOG, MS, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Vaginal Piercing - What the Possible Risks Involved?

Piercing is a form of body ornamentation. It involves the use of needles to pierce through the skin and attach a piece of jewellery to the skin. The purpose of piercing is to beautify and in case of genital piercing, it comes with the additional perks of sexual stimulation. However, this completely depends on individual preference. In the female genital anatomy, several parts are suitable for piercing. This includes the clitoral hood, the labia and the vulva vestibule.

How piercing should be done?
1. The skin around the area where the piercing is to be done must be cleaned with antiseptic.
2. A topical anaesthetic may be applied to temporarily numb the area to be pierced. This helps to control pain.
3. Any piercing must be carried out by a licensed, well-practised professional.
4. Piercing must be done with the use of new, unused, sterilized needles, which are easily disposable.
5. After-care must be provided immediately after the piercing. This includes the application of medicated healing creams, or an ice pack that relieves the pain of piercing. Typically a piercing should heal completely by the sixth week.

Risks associated with vaginal piercing
1. Wrong technique of piercing can lead to uncontrollable bleeding and wounds.
2. Poor placement of jewellery can cause the piercing to heal very slowly and painfully.
3. Poor sterilization of needles and unhygienic methods can cause severe skin infections and other complications.
4. Tearing of skin or sagging of the clitoral hood, or labia can occur due to the improper weight of the jewellery placed.
5. Spread of genital disease may occur if the piercer does not use gloves or antiseptic during the procedure.

Never opt for a piercing just because your friends are getting it done. A healthy method of getting pierced involves an understanding of your anatomy, skin type, tolerance of certain kinds of metal on your skin and extremely hygienic conditions. It sure is fashionable and may appeal to people with a different sense of aesthetics, but you must never ignore the risks. Do a thorough background check of the piercer you would like to visit and the possible after care products that you can use. It would also help to quickly get a check up done by a doctor before going ahead with the piercing. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a doctor and ask a free question.

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If the periods is late due to the thyroid problem than what we do? It is almost 42 days to last periods. Please suggest for the same.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
If the periods is late due to the thyroid problem than what we do?
It is almost 42 days to last periods.
Please sugge...
Periods can be late by hormonal problems. If you did not had sex in the last month, then there is no reason to worry. Menses will come, you can wait for another 1 month to get spontaneous menses. If this problem is recurrent then you should get sonography and hormonal tests.
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Hi, I got married recently and may I know which period is best for sex to avoid pregnancy without using condoms?

MBBS, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Hi, I got married recently and may I know which period is best for sex to avoid pregnancy without using condoms?
Day 7-18 is the fertile period when ovulation generally occurs, considering the 1st day of periods as day1. Before and after that is unsafe. However chance ovulation may occur in stimulation anytime in cycle. Failure rate of this method of cintraception is high. So a safer way to avoid pregnancy will be to use low dose contraceptive pills.
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What is a remedy for a woman of 27 yrs. Who has sever abdominal pain 2 days before her periods.

M.S.Gynaec(ayurved )
Ayurveda, Pune
I think you are suffered from dysmenorrea, allopathy suggests analgesics for it. You may follow ayurveda, it also gives better result.

Hi. My wife is pregnant of 22 weeks. From last 4 days the baby is not quickening inside the belly and it feels like a milk pouch is moving in the lower abdomen .Just wanted to know is it safe?

MBBS, Diploma In Ultrasound, Fellowship in Reproductive Medicine
IVF Specialist, Bangalore
Hi. My wife is pregnant of 22 weeks. From last 4 days the baby is not quickening inside the belly and it feels like a...
Do not worry she will start feeling hence forth. There is an anamoly scan during this time get it done.
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DoesvPrimolut N 5mg helps me to get my period even if I m having any kind of infection. please help me.

PG Hom, London, BHMS
Homeopath, Mumbai
DoesvPrimolut N 5mg helps me to get my period even if I m having any kind of infection. please help me.
Hello Shagoon, Yes Primolut N will help you get normal periods even if you have some kind of infection. However I would suggest you to solve the infection. In that case, you will get periods even without taking Primolut N. At the age of 19 yrs, it is not good to take such hormonal pills regularly.
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I am suffering from ringworm like disease, treatment is going on but it keeps coming again and again? What should I do.

BHMS
Homeopath, Chennai
I am suffering from ringworm like disease, treatment is going on but it keeps coming again and again? What should I do.
Ringworm or Tinea infections, are a fungal skin disease. A family of fungi called dermatophytes causes these infections which might occur anywhere on the body, typically the arms, legs, neck, groin, scalp, hair, nails or beard. The fungi survive on the dead skin cells or keratin and rarely invade the deeper membranes and tissues. However, many ringworm (or Tinea) infections often recur and the usual medicines simply do not help the patient. In such cases, homeopathic remedies for ringworm can help. You can easily take an online consultation for further treatment guidance
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I am pregnant and I want to know that stomach pain and back pain is normal during pregnancy?

D.G.O
Gynaecologist, Faridabad
I am pregnant and I want to know that stomach pain and back pain is normal during pregnancy?
People may hav some discomfort as you complain but surely the best modality is usg for more confirmation.
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Pregnancy Tips

BDS
Dentist, Mumbai
Pregnancy Tips

Pregnancy Tips

Pregnant ladies should exercise special precaution while taking medicines as some of them can cause discolouration of the child's teeth. Also, always inform your dentist about your pregnancy.?

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I've been having clear vaginal discharge here lately, it soaks my panties. My vagina is healthy but sometimes burns or itches. A couple months ago my boyfriend took my virginity. I don't know if this has anything to do with it or not:/ but I did have my last period on time and my normal flow. What's going on, should I go see the doctor?

BHMS
Homeopath, Faridabad
I've been having clear vaginal discharge here lately, it soaks my panties. My vagina is healthy but sometimes burns o...
Hello, Vaginal discharge serves an important function in the female reproductive system. Fluid made by glands inside the vagina and cervix carries away dead cells and bacteria. This keeps the vagina clean and helps prevent infection. Most of the time, vaginal discharge is perfectly normal. The amount can vary, as can odor and hue (its color can range from clear to a milky white-ish), depending on the time in your menstrual cycle. For example, there will be more discharge if you are ovulating, breastfeeding, or are sexually aroused. However, there are certain types of discharge that can indicate an infection. Abnormal discharge may be yellow or green, chunky in consistency, or have a foul odor. Abnormal discharge is usually caused by yeast or bacterial infection. If you notice any discharge that looks unusual or is foul smelling, you should see your doctor for diagnosis and treatment. None of those changes is cause for alarm. However, if the color, smell, or consistency seems significantly unusual, especially if it accompanied by vaginal itching or burning, you could be noticing an infection or other condition. If you have unusual discharge with other symptoms such as a fever, pain in the abdomen, unexplained weight loss, fatigue, or increased urination, you should see your doctor as soon as possible. If you have any concerns about the normality of a discharge, make an appointment to see your doctor. Home Care for Vaginal Discharge: Here are some tips for preventing vaginal infections that can lead to abnormal discharge: Keep the vagina clean by washing regularly with a gentle, mild soap and warm water. Never use scented soaps and feminine products or douche. Also avoid feminine sprays and bubble baths. After going to the bathroom, always wipe from front to back to prevent bacteria from getting into the vagina and causing an infection. Wear 100% cotton underpants, and avoid overly tight clothing. Don’t use douches because they can make discharge worse by removing useful bacteria. You should also practice safe sex and use protection to avoid sexually transmitted diseases. To decrease the likelihood of yeast infections when taking antibiotics, eat yogurt that contains live and active cultures. If you know you have a yeast infection, you can also treat it with an over-the-counter yeast infection cream or suppository.
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I'm in 8th month of maternity is there any classes conducted for normal delivery in thanjavur.

MD - Alternate Medicine, BHMS
Homeopath, Surat
I'm in 8th month of maternity is there any classes conducted for normal delivery in thanjavur.
There are various maternity hospital available in Thanjavur. So, yes, normal delivery is possible there.
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Sir meri gf ko waise 10 ko period aate hai hamne 8th ko sex kiya tha hor 72pill v de di thi but 15 ho gai hai period nahi aaye ham kiya kare koi pregnancy ka chance hai.

MBBS, cc USG
General Physician, Gurgaon
Sir meri gf ko waise 10 ko period aate hai hamne 8th ko sex kiya tha hor 72pill v de di thi but 15 ho gai hai period ...
if 72 hours i- pill has taken at right time than is no chance of pregnancy. wait for few more days as there is hormonal disturbance due to i-pills that cause change in menstrual cycle date.
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What is the chance of an abortion not happening completely with medications and what are the risks.Please tell.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
There is 1% chance of abortion not happening with oral medication and can be taken under the guidance of a gynaecologist.
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11 Ways To Escape Water Borne Diseases This Monsoon

D ( Diabetology), AFIH, DNB (F.MEDICINE), MBBS
General Physician, Pune
11 Ways To Escape Water Borne Diseases This Monsoon

11 Ways To Escape Water Borne Diseases This Monsoon

Water borne diseases are easily contracted during rainy season and tend to spread very fast. They could be parasitic, viral & bacterial and are transmitted through contaminated fresh water, usually. To prevent seasonal diseases viz. malaria, worms, cholera, diarrhea, malaria, dysentery, etc. take the following steps before hand.

1) Avoid Water Stagnation - Make sure that there is no water accumulated anywhere around your home or office. If storing water, change it every day. Very common examples of stored water in India are coolers and water drums. Ensure they are cleaned and the water stored is either used up or changed regularly.
2) Use Clean Water - Always use clean water to cook, to wash hands & vegetables and also to brush your teeth.
3) Wash Your Hands - Always wash your hands well with clean water and soap before eating, cooking or feeding.
4) Avoid Pre-Cut Fruits - Avoid eating pre-cut/peeled fruits and vegetables, especially the ones sold in roadside stalls. Cut or peel them yourself and eat instantly.
5) Use Antiseptic - Put a few drops of antiseptics in the water you take your bath with. This will take care of any skin infections that might be lingering.
6) Boil Drinking Water - Drink only boiled/filtered water.
7) Clean Before Use - Always store water in clean containers. Take special care in ensuring the containers used to store drinking, cooking and bathing water, are clean.
8) No Street Food - Avoid all kinds of street foods. Its the riskiest.
9) Cover Stored Water - Close overhead tanks.
10) Avoid Dampness - For asthmatics, make sure that clothes and carpets are well-aired. There should not be in fungal growth in shoes, furnitures, etc.
11) Don’t Stay Wet - If you are diabetic, make sure your feet don't stay wet. Dry them as soon as possible.

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