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Dr. Manisha Bansal

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I pride myself in attending local and statewide seminars to stay current with the latest techniques, and treatment planning....more
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Dr. Manisha Bansal is a trusted Gynaecologist in Laxmi Nagar, Delhi. She is currently practising at bansal clinic in Laxmi Nagar, Delhi. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Manisha Bansal on Lybrate.com.

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5 Simple Things to Do to Prevent Arthritis

MS - Orthopaedics, MBBS
Orthopedist, Hyderabad
5 Simple Things to Do to Prevent Arthritis

Arthritis is caused by the inflammation of the joint lining and gives rise to pain, stiffness, warmth and redness in the joints. Major types of arthritis are osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, and gout.

Here are some tips, which help you in preventing arthritis:

  1. Exercise: Strengthening your muscles around your joint decreases the pressure on the joint. If there is less pressure on the joint, then the chances of arthritis are reduced. The best way to decrease pressure on the joint and strengthen your muscles is to exercise.
  2. Take Omega-3 fatty acids: Research proves that the regular consumption of Omega-3 fatty acids, present in fish, result in decreased risks of rheumatoid arthritis. Omega-3 fatty acids are also found in foods such as olive oil and walnuts.
  3. Eat ginger and broccoli: Ginger and broccoli are two of the most therapeutic foods for various reasons and the chances of getting arthritis are also proven to reduce due to these foods.4. Avoid injury Although this is very hard to do sometimes, avoiding injuries do reduce your chances of getting arthritis.
  4. Take Vitamins: Vitamins are crucial, especially A, C and D. Vitamin A can be found in carrots. vitamin D can yet again be found in fish while vitamin C can be found in strawberries, mangoes, pineapples and oranges.
  5. Avoid injury: Although this is very hard to do sometimes, avoiding injuries do reduce your chances of getting arthritis.
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My wife is pregnant,baby conceived in jan 2016. She's having pain in her breast what should we do.

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
My wife is pregnant,baby conceived in jan 2016. She's having pain in her breast what should we do.
Breast pain after delivery can be due to many possibilities like 1. The letdown reflex the letdown reflex, also called the milk ejection reflex, is set off by the hormone oxytocin. It stimulates the muscle cells in your breasts to squeeze out milk. Oxytocin is released whenever your baby feeds in the first few days after she's born. Later on, just thinking about feeding your baby can trigger this hormone release. You may even find that your breasts leak when this happens. Different women feel the letdown reflex in different ways. You may feel: (a) slight tingling, or pins and needles (b) immense pressure and slight pain, ache or discomfort (c) nothing at al as time goes by, and as you get used to breastfeeding, you'll probably become less and less aware of this. 2. Producing too much milksome mums who produce lots of milk have painful twinges deep in their breasts during feeds. This painful letdown reflex usually fades in the first three months of breastfeeding. If your baby latches on well each time she feeds, your milk supply should quickly settle down to match her needs. 3. Engorgement in the first few days after your baby is born, your breasts flood with milk, and more blood flows to your breasts, making the tissues swell. This may lead to your breasts becoming engorged and feeling hot and painful. The milk-producing cells in your breasts become swollen, making letdown difficult. Your breasts may also look red and shiny. This is perfectly normal. It's your body's way of making sure your new baby has plenty of milk. Once your baby starts feeding regularly, and latching on well, your breasts will regulate the amount of milk that's produced, and the discomfort should pass. If it doesn't, see your midwife, health visitor, or a breastfeeding specialist as soon as possible. 4. Mastitis if an area of your breast becomes inflamed, this can mean you have a painful condition called mastitis. It happens when excess milk is forced out of a duct and into your breast tissue. Your breast will be red and tender, and you will feel feverish. You can keep breastfeeding your baby, but see your doctor straight away for treatment. What to do 1. If your breasts are engorged, your baby may not be able to suckle fully. You may need to start with gentle hand expressing or a breast pump until your baby is able to draw your breast comfortably into her mouth. Try using warm, damp flannels on your breasts before a feed to help the milk to flow. After feeding or expressing you could use cold damp flannels, cold gel packs or cold, green or white cabbage leaves on your breasts. Cabbage leaves may reduce the swelling, though there isn't much firm evidence for this. A strong letdown from over-full breasts can also make feeding difficult. If your baby comes off your breast spluttering from too much milk, try this technique: 2. Put your baby to your breast, as usual. 3. When you feel your milk let down, gently break the suction and catch the initial spurt in a towel. 4. Let your baby latch on again when the flow slows down a bit. The more often your baby latches on well, the more quickly your supply will settle down and you will become more comfortable. If your breast pain does not go away within a few days, then meet your gynecologist to find for other causes like mastitis.
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I am 3 month pregnant with low hb level in blood which result in leg swelling. So please suggest me any exercise or tips to cure the problem. I am teacher after all day work I feel my weight is gradually increases because of pregnancy. My thighs become heavy this time which obstruct me to walk n stair climb.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
ur Hb is low means u need iron cap in form of Fefol 1 bd green leafy vegetable with good protien diet, like daal, eggs etc and Calcium ..eg Shecal 1 bd
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Hi I hav problem with my Penis. Its too short. I hav to increase its length and grip. Can u plz suggest me best solution for my problem. Thanks a lot.

MD-Dermatology, MBBS
Sexologist, Pune
Please contact and discuss in details regarding your related problem at private questions by request and payment of Rs.100 through Lybrate/ contact email drrameshm2@gmail.Com/on androide Lybrate app. Mob 09822006427. For your complete health solution.Dr.Ramesh Maheshwari Sexologist Pune.
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Hi. I am a 28 YO female. Me and are going on a vacation and I wish to conceive there. We are going on a 10 day trip and I am expecting my periods during last one or two days of the trip. Can I delay my periods somehow so I could conceive during the trip? Will it be ok (health-wise) for the baby? What are my options? Thanks.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Hi. I am a 28 YO female. Me and are going on a vacation and I wish to conceive there. We are going on a 10 day trip a...
Delaying or preponing the menses will never make you pregnant and even if you get pregnant like this after taking progesterone tablets, it can harm the fetus. Also these medicines do not change the ovulation date, when pregnancy occur, it only delay or prepone menses.
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Mene mere bf k sath sex kiya tha 11/2/17 ko without any protection or meri periods ki date 27 to 30 k bich thi aaj 7/3/17 ho gyi h abitk muje periods nahi aaye mene test nhi karwaya abitk please muje btao me kya kru?

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
Mene mere bf k sath sex kiya tha 11/2/17 ko without any protection or meri periods ki date 27 to 30 k bich thi aaj 7/...
Hello, Please get a urine pregnancy test done at home to rule out pregnancy. If there are two lines in the kit then you are pregnant.
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Dear Sir/ madam I'm 25 years male. I'm getting blood in urine. It happened twice in past 1 week. This occurs when my penis gets erected due to some inner feeling, and I'm not doing masturbation though, while I go to urine after my erection stops, blood come in. Urine. If I go second time after that, it is same as the normal urination. What precaution or medication to be done. Wats the problem actually I'm having. Please help out me to overcome this.

Ex Sen.V.Surgeon/Research Scientist, M.D.(Alternative Medicine/tibetan/chinese/acupuncture), Vaida/ Unani, Homeopath
Unani Specialist, Moga
hi dear this happens bcz of sudden rush of blood to sex organs-- due to thoughts etc - so u take -- take a piece of alum-- fry it on tawa- powder it- take a pinch of it in banana for 5 days. and be happy
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7 Tips To Stay Healthy And Hydrated In Summer

BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
7 Tips To Stay Healthy And Hydrated In Summer

In this too much adverse summer, stay hydrated using following health tips:

1. Eat lots of fruits & vegs containg more water, like, watermelon, cucumber, coconut water, orange.
2. Take light and healthy diet, avoiding street food. Eat meals cooked with leafy vegetables.
3. Drink plenty of water, at least 15-20 glasses per day.
4. Avoid going outside unless emergency.
5. While outside, do not be ashamed of using protection with cap, helmet, scarf, etc.
6. Have drinks made up of lemon water, orange water, etc. In case of emergency, use ors (oral rehydration solution).
7. Take enough sleep and do not stay awake unnecessarily at night and at noon.

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If someone is having symptom. Of adrenal cancer. Does not it can be easily detected in ultrasound after six month?

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
If someone is having symptom. Of adrenal cancer. Does not it can be easily detected in ultrasound after six month?
Swelling can be detected in an ultrasound but to confirm whether it is a cancerous type we have to do a biopsy.
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My period date is 20 and I had a pregnancy test on 15 by preganews. Result was negative. I wanted to ask wen should I take a pregnancy test so that I have a confirm result.

FICMCH, Diploma In Laproscopic Surgery, Certified in Laparoscopy & Hysteroscopy, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), MBBS
Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
My period date is 20 and I had a pregnancy test on 15 by preganews. Result was negative. I wanted to ask wen should I...
Hi lybrate-user, you should do a pregnancy test if you don't get a period by your due date. Before that, the test is unlikely to be very informative even if you are pregnant.
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