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Dr. Meena Chawla

MBBS

Gynaecologist, Delhi

31 Years Experience  ·  250 at clinic
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Dr. Meena Chawla MBBS Gynaecologist, Delhi
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My experience is coupled with genuine concern for my patients. All of my staff is dedicated to your comfort and prompt attention as well....more
My experience is coupled with genuine concern for my patients. All of my staff is dedicated to your comfort and prompt attention as well.
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Dr. Meena Chawla is a renowned Gynaecologist in Pitampura, Delhi. She has helped numerous patients in her 31 years of experience as a Gynaecologist. She is a MBBS . You can meet Dr. Meena Chawla personally at Dr. Chawla's Total Health Clinic in Pitampura, Delhi. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Meena Chawla on Lybrate.com.

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MBBS - - 1987
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English
Hindi
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Delhi Medical Association (DMA)

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Hi ,its been 4 months I go married. But we are not planning for bay at least for 2 years. I didn't get my regular periods for this month. So please suggest which medicines should I take to get my periods regularly.

MS - Prasutitantra & Striroga, BAMS
Ayurveda, Navi Mumbai
Hi ,its been 4 months I go married. But we are not planning for bay at least for 2 years. I didn't get my regular per...
Before taking any medication confirm that you are not pregnant by urine pregnancy test. If you are not pregnant then you can consult a doctor for medicine for your menses.
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I have vaginal pain, yellow discharge red dots (very small, 3 in number) and pain during urination, also normal pain. And this pain Is inside the vagina at the bottom of the opening. This started on 13! I had sex with my boyfriend on 12. I'm also under medication for throat infection and viral fever. The pain is miserable! Please help.

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Sexologist, Faridabad
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Can numerous fibroids and an enlarged uterus cause bladder prolapse? Why does my gynecologist think my bladder bulging into my vaginal canal is a fibroid even after I was sent to a urologist for stress incontinence issues?

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
In some cases numerous fibroids and an enlarged uterus cause bladder prolapse and they need to be cured by surgery or medications.
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She is suffering from mental problem and she is taking quel sr50 and other one. She was consulted to two physiatrist but she didn't get well even after taking medicine. She remain well for some period bt she change without any reason. She roam around here and there n sometimes says something .I assume it's just because that she couldn't control her mind .she think too much .I guess this might be the reason of mental problem. Is there a meditation center for such patient where she can control her mind and get well.

MBBS, MD (AIIMS, Gold Medalist), Diploma in CBT (UWS, Glasgow)
Psychiatrist, Delhi
She is suffering from mental problem and she is taking quel sr50 and other one. She was consulted to two physiatrist ...
Dear Jigmet, I think we need to review the diagnosis and medicines. Quetiapine 50 mg is a low dose of medication. Also, we do not have information regarding the other medicine. Also, the information provided here seems to suggest a definite problem but to wxactly pin point the details, we need a detailed interview. Meditation will certainly be a useful adjunct to medicines, but the two are not interchangeable and both need to be done properly. I suggest a review of the medicines and diagnosis for this reason. Take care!
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I am suffering alot bcz of breast pain since 2 years. I get the pain nearly at the position of my heart. Please suggest.

M.Ch - Surgical Oncology, MS - General Surgery, MBBS
Oncologist, Delhi
I'd the pain cyclical associated with menstrual cycles. Please get an ultrasound of the breast and share report before further advise.
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Loneliness In Old Age - How To Manage It?

MBBS, Diploma In Psychological Medicine, Diploma In National Board In Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Navi Mumbai
Loneliness In Old Age - How To Manage It?

Elderly people are usually prone to social isolation which can take a toll on their health. With physical inability or limitations to move around, socializing also gets limited and loneliness comes into your life. Thus, a major section of the senior population tends to have psychological issues as well which may be caused due to the loss of company and lesser interaction as well as a generation gap in trying to deal with younger people. 

If you are finding it hard to cope with loneliness, here are a few initiatives worth giving a try: 

  1. Meet New People: Try giving an effort into meeting new people and enjoying their companionship. With time, few of these relationships might culminate into deep friendships. You can always turn to these people for emotional support as well as keeping company. 
  2. Community Volunteering: Volunteer your time engaging yourself in local community activities and social events. Also try and get into interest groups where you can find people who have common interests as yours. 
  3. Get back to your long lost hobbies: Re-kindle your long-lost zeal by adopting or getting back to hobbies you truly love, for instance, art and craft, gardening, sewing, playing an instrument, reading and writing, puzzles and writing to pen pals. 
  4. Get a pet: Pets can add a new meaning to your life through their unconditional love. There is no greater joy than the joy of bringing up a pet. Ensure you don’t have allergy problems and will be able to keep up with the bodily requirements of pets. 
  5. Reminisce your good old days: Recollection would enhance your emotional health and will less likely make you feel withdrawn. 
  6. Invite people over: In case you are home-bound, coming across people each day would be difficult. In that case invite your mates over tea or keep in touch with them through phone or internet. The internet is also a great resource to keep yourself occupied and to find hobbies that you can get into. 
  7. Keep depression at bay: Loneliness can often make you fall prey to depression. Keep a check on any sign of physical or mental deterioration such as the feeling of despair and sadness, sleep-troubles, suicidal thoughts, unwillingness to take decisions, apathy and appetite loss. 
  8. Help others: Use your acquired experiences and knowledge of your life-time in helping people out. Teach as well as learn something new each day. 
  9. Write it down: Maintain a personal journal to pen down the things you are looking forward to or devise a plan for the forthcoming week. 
  10. Take initiative: Do not wait for others to call on you. Instead travel by yourself to visit them. Seize every chance to initiate a conversation and smile even if life seems hard so that people are automatically attracted to you.

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

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Sudden Loss Of Consciousness - Ways You Can Cope With It!

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Cardiologist, Mohali
Sudden Loss Of Consciousness - Ways You Can Cope With It!

When you see someone faint all of a sudden, it leads to chaos around, and you are perplexed not knowing the reason. The sudden fainting or loss of consciousness is Syncope. Syncopal episodes are generally prompted by an unexpected, momentary fall in the flow of blood to the brain, leading to a person passing out and losing muscle control.

Falling causes blood flow to return to the brain, resulting in the person regaining consciousness. The duration of Syncopal episodes is generally for a few seconds or minutes, and it can happen to anyone regardless of age. It does sound scary to lose consciousness suddenly but educating yourself about the signs and symptoms, and the possible causes are the best ways to cope with Syncope.

Symptoms
The trademark sign of syncope is that the patient regularly passes out. The symptoms leading to such a black out episode include:

  1. Legs feeling heavy
  2. Blurry vision
  3. Being puzzled
  4. Rising body temperature
  5. Dizziness and the person going pale
  6. Epigastric distress
  7. Nausea
  8. Sweating
  9. Vomiting
  10. Drop in blood pressure
  11. Weak pulse

However, the extreme symptoms include exertion, chest pains, labored breathing, lower back pain, heart palpitations, constant headaches, central neurologic shortfalls, diplopia and slurred speech.

Causes
Syncope can be triggered by an unresolved medical ailment or from sudden changes in the environment. Falling unconscious can also be caused by emotional stress. Other causes include severe pain or an uncharacteristically low blood sugar. Many people faint when they see blood. Syncope can also be prompted by extreme dehydration coupled with low blood sugar. Syncope can be due to a genetic disorder and can also be caused by a medicinal side-effect.

Ways to cope with Syncope
A person who has had syncopal episodes earlier must know a few things especially when he/she lives alone or while at work or outside. A few tips to manage when you feel a syncope episode is approaching:

  1. When you start feeling the symptoms react with anti-gravity approaches instantly. Either sit down with your head in between knees or lie down so that the blood flow to the brain is recovered.
  2. Seek for a safe and secure place to faint. This is crucial so that you are least hurt in case you fell unconscious.
  3. If you had fainted, when you regain consciousness take time to get on foot. Lie down for some more time and ensure that the blood flow is restored.
  4. Stay hydrated after the episode and it is a good practice to stay well-hydrated always.

Syncope is fairly common, but it is generally people above eighty face a larger risk of being hospitalized due to it the problem. In case one thinks that he or she is facing syncopal episode, they must consult a doctor immediately and get all the necessary tests done to handle it properly.

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Now she is a pregnant. Her husband is a recently found diabetic. So what kind of precautions to be taken? Please advice us. Thank you. Nag.

Mbbs,, MS OBGY
Gynaecologist, Pune
Now she is a pregnant. Her husband is a recently found diabetic. So what kind of precautions to be taken? Please advi...
No relation of hubsand status ,as she is pregnant screen her for gestational diabetes at 24 weeks.
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My wife have not getting her period. Today is 10th day we did check urine test yesterday it was negative so can I confirm she is not pregnant or waiting some few days please tell me.

DHMS (Hons.)
Homeopath, Patna
My wife have not getting her period. Today is 10th day we did check urine test yesterday it was negative so can I con...
Hello, Lybrate user, It might be due to stress, anxiety & deficiency of haemoglobin, tk, couple of days more, waiting restoration of her period, please. Tk, care.
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