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Dr. Meeta Sharma

Gynaecologist, Delhi

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I want all my patients to be informed and knowledgeable about their health care, from treatment plans and services, to insurance coverage....more
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Dr. Meeta Sharma is a trusted Gynaecologist in Goyal Hospital, Delhi. You can visit her at Sharma Maternity & Fracture Clinic in Goyal Hospital, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Meeta Sharma and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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I am trying to conceive. Used to have pcos. What all measurements to be taken to conceive easily.

Assisted Conception accreditation , DFFP , MRCOG , CCT, Assisted Conception
IVF Specialist, Bangalore
I am trying to conceive.
Used to have pcos. What all measurements to be taken to conceive easily.
Investigations female: FSH/LH, Prolactin, Thyroid function test, ultrasound pelvis Male: Semen analysis Once all of this done get back for further advise and prescriptions to ensure ovulation.
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I have given my gf ipill within 8 hours after unprotected sex 48 hours before from now and now again I had unprotected sex with her so now ipill will work?

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
I have given my gf ipill within 8 hours after unprotected sex 48 hours before from now and now again I had unprotecte...
Yes, no need to take another but remember there is small chance of failure of everything so also of I pill. Look for withdrawal period 5-10 days after I pill. For future learn about family planning m, ethods.
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Common Breast Disease - How To Screen Them?

MS - General Surgery, FMAS, Fellowship of Indian Association of Gastrointestinal Endo Surgeons (FIAGES)
General Surgeon, Bangalore
Common Breast Disease - How To Screen Them?

Breast pain, lumps in the breast or discharge from the nipples are some of the more common complaints seen in women. Also, it is generally observed that such women are between the ages of 40-69. While most of these cases are benign, the diagnosis or the problem should be deciphered only after a detailed analysis of the case, symptoms, and history of breast cancer if any.

  1. Breast Pain: Breast pain can arise from a condition called mastitis. It is generally seen in new mothers where the bacteria can enter the milk ducts through the cracks in the nipple causing an infection in the tissue. These infections can also be caused in menopausal women as well, it is more commonly seen in young mothers.
  2. Lumps in Breast: Breast tissue changes constantly during a woman’s lifetime and the changing hormone levels during a menstrual cycle can also cause such benign lumps. Benign lumps move as you press against them and can usually be seen in both breasts.
  3. Nipple Discharge: While most nipple discharges arise as a result of a benign condition, it will need to be investigated further to understand whether it due to an abscess, an injury, birth-control pills, pregnancy/childbirth or hormonal changes.

Screening:

  1. Breast Exams: The doctor will typically examine the patient’s armpits and breast in various angles for irregularities in shape, inward-turned nipples or lumps. The armpits are checked for enlarged lymph nodes as well.
  2. Mammography: This form of testing which involves x-rays of both the breasts is more effective in older women when the fat tissue is generally a lot more. In such cases, it is easier to identify other tissues from the fat tissue.
  3. Sonography: Where an abnormality is discovered in a mammography, the sonography helps to clarify things further. A lump which is filled with liquid are rarely cancerous and this can be done through a sonography.

Risk Factors:

Most women are still not aware about the factors that can put you at risk when it comes to breast cancer. Compiled below are some points that can help understand the same and what can be done to lower the risk:

  1. Age: While it is possible for any woman to get fibrocystic breast disease, women between 30 and 50 are more susceptible to such conditions thanks to the hormonal changes during this time.
  2. Family history: If anyone in your family has been diagnosed with breast cancer then automatically your risk increases. Also, if the person diagnosed is in first relation then the risk factor doubles and in case there are two people in first relation who have been diagnosed then the risk factor increases by 5 times. It is also sometimes linked to faulty gene such as BRCA1 and BRCA2. 
  3. Exposure to radiation: In case you have undergone a treatment and were exposed to the any type of radiation near the chest area for any type of medical treatment then your risk of acquiring breast cancer increases. The younger you were at the time of radiation exposure higher is the risk. 
  4. Obesity: Women who have a BMI over 25 are more at risk of developing breast cancer than others. Further, obesity also increases the risk of recurrent breast cancer. 
  5. Pregnancy & breastfeeding:  Women who conceive after 30 years of age are more at risk of acquiring breast cancer, as breast growth cells are immature and active before a full term pregnancy and mature only after it and regulates them. Further, not breastfeeding your baby for 1 complete year can increase your risk of cancer. 
  6. Alcohol: Alcohol has the tendency to damage the DNA in cells and  increase levels of estrogen and other hormones associated with hormone-receptor-positive breast cancer. Women who drink alcohol 3 drinks a week have 15% more risk of developing breast cancer, which further increases by 10% if you consume it regularly.

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

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Deficiency of Iron in Children

PALS, MD, MBBS
Pediatrician, Delhi
Deficiency of Iron in Children

For the growth and development of children, they need an essential nutrient Iron. It helps in the transfer of oxygen from lungs to the body's tissues. Red blood cells contain iron in the hemoglobin. The hemoglobin carries oxygen in the blood to the different parts of the body. Iron has an important role to play in the development of brain and generating energy in a child's body. The lack of sufficient iron in the child's body can lead to anemia, which is a nutritional deficient illness and will require medical attention. When a child suffers from anemia, the lack of oxygen makes a child weak and sick.

There are certain symptoms of Iron deficiency in a child's body. These are:

  1. Infections and weak immune system can make a child suffer from frequent infections.
  2. Lethargy and fatigue is another common symptom of an iron deficient body. Due to deficiency of Iron it is difficult for the body to transport oxygen to cells in the body and hence it unable to generate enough energy levels.
  3. Breathlessness and increased sweating can be a sign that your child may be suffering from iron deficiency.
  4. Pica Children suffering from iron deficiency may find a special taste for non-food substances like chalk, dirt and clay.
  5. Lack of iron in the body hampers the physical growth of a child.

The deficiency of iron in children can be diagnosed through blood tests. Your doctor may recommend supplementing iron content orally or through multivitamin medicines. But the deficiency of Iron in a child's body should be taken care of with absolute urgency.

Proper steps should be taken to prevent the deficiency of Iron in children. Those notable precautions are mentioned below:

  1. Balanced diet: A well balanced diet is always recommended. For older children (within 9-12 years of age), red meat, chicken and fish would suffice as good sources of iron.
  2. Oral iron supplements: Oral iron supplements would be required for children with low weight at birth and who have a deficiency of iron in their daily diet.
  3. Vitamin C: Foods such as strawberries, tomatoes and potatoes help in providing the sufficient iron content when included in daily diets, thus reducing the chances of anemia.
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I am 47 years old and my wife is 45 yrs. We got married 7 years ago but no child. We have done several test and treatments but to no avail. We need help.

Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery (B.U.M.S)
Ayurveda, Kanpur
I am 47 years old and my wife is 45 yrs. We got married 7 years ago but no child. We have done several test and treat...
Contact with ultrasound report and blood report FSH and T3, T4, TSH hormones of female partner and semen analysis report of male partner only it will be cured completely within 4-6 weeks till then take kamdev awleh 10 gm twice a day - male. Rati modak awleh 5 gm twice a day - female.
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My UPT is negative but I feel pregnancy symptoms like morning sickness, headache, sleepiness. Also my lower abdomen is paining sometime. It is a sign of pregnancy.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
My UPT is negative but I feel pregnancy symptoms like morning sickness, headache, sleepiness. Also my lower abdomen i...
If you have missed a period, repeat the upt after 7 days. These symptoms also happen due to normal delay in cycles even without pregnancy.
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I have a 5 years old girl. At the time of delivery I had face serious bleeding .there was no chance to survive. So now can I think for 2nd issue.

BHMS PGCGO
Homeopath, Hubli-Dharwad
I have a 5 years old girl. At the time of delivery I had face serious bleeding .there was no chance to survive. So no...
Yes you can think of second. But delivery time you need to mention Dr. that you had this issue during your first delivery so that they can take preventive measures during your delivery.
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When will I feel that my baby is delivery position? I am 9th month pregnant. Tell me the symptoms of labour is near.

M.B.S.(HOMEO), MD - Homeopathy
Homeopath, Visakhapatnam
When will I feel that my baby is delivery position? I am 9th month pregnant. Tell me the symptoms of labour is near.
Pre-labor: One to four weeks before labor Your baby “drops” Your cervix dilates. You feel more cramps and increased back pain. Your joints feel looser. You have diarrhea. You stop gaining weight (or lose pounds) You feel extra-tired. Or you have an urge to nest. Your vaginal discharge changes color and consistency.
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Hello doctor can you please tell me for what purpose tab fludek 20 been used? Local doctor prescribed my mother.

M.D. - Ayurveda, B.A.M.S (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine& Surgery), N.D.D.Y(Diploma in Naturopathy,Diploma in Yoga)
Ayurveda, Pune
Hello doctor can you please tell me for what purpose tab fludek 20 been used? Local doctor prescribed my mother.
It contains fluoxitine which is a mood regulator or used in balancing brain area which controls mood. Its used as an anti depressant mainly.
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