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Dr. Neeta Aggarwal

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Dr. Neeta Aggarwal is one of the best Gynaecologists in Karkardooma, Delhi. You can visit her at Pushpanjali Medical Centre in Karkardooma, Delhi. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Neeta Aggarwal on Lybrate.com.

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C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
7 mistakes you don't do for your health

You have been trying to do everything right for a healthy living.
But have you thought about the possible diet mistakes you might be
Making? here's my list.

1. Eat while you eat! do not mix any activity with your meal.
Though multitasking is the requirement of the times it is not a
Wise thing according to experts. When you are doing some task your
Brain concentrates more on the task and never feels satisfied. This
Would cause you to overeat if not then but later on.

2. Its ok to buy frozen vegetables if you generally compromise on
The diet part after work. Wilted" fresh" vegetables are worse than
Frozen ones which retain all their nutrients as they get frozen
Right after their harvest. So a pack of veggies are great for an on
The go salad or a quick microwave boiled veggie snack.

3. Salads are healthy as far as all the ingredients are healthy.
Yes, I mean it. All those you add in a salad should be vegetables
(except potato), olive oil, eggs and vinegar and no crispies,
Cheese and meat. Add all the pigmented vegetables and some low fat
Sugarless dressings.

4. Diet sodas are not perfect as they sound. You drink more of them
As you know what you are drinking are diet sodas which contain less
Calories. And its tricky that the sodium in these can make you go
Thirsty wanting to drink more. And your brain mistakes thirst for
Hunger!

5. Not drinking milk is another mistake you commit. Thinking that
Milk would make you fat you have less of it. If you are worried
About your gross flab, have non fat milk.

6. While junk foods are something you can't resist snack bars make
You guilty again. Its better to have a boiled egg or a scoop of
Peanut butter instead of reaching for a supposedly nutritious snack
Bar.

7. Sleep is important too. A tiring day and a sleeplessness night
Tempt you to an" all that you can eat" menu. So sleep as much as
You need until you are fully awake and fresh.
Consult me for any doubts.

I haven’t got my periods yet, I should get it on 1st oct. like I don’t even have symptoms yet. what I am supposed to do?

BHMS
Homeopath, Noida
I haven’t got my periods yet, I should get it on 1st oct. like I don’t even have symptoms yet. what I am supposed to do?
You need to do Urine Pregnancy test. It should be done 10 days after missing your period. For example if your date was 10th, then do the test on 20th. Before that it can give false negative or false positive test.

If I had intercourse to become pregnant and if I do walking regularly after intercourse does it affect becoming pregnant? Like whether it makes me to attain period again. Avoiding pregnancy.

PGDD, RD, Bachelor of Home Science
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
If I had intercourse to become pregnant and if I do walking regularly after intercourse does it affect becoming pregn...
Hi. Thankyou for the query. Not sure of your question. But why do you want to go for a walk after intercourse. Also walking is not a solution to either get pregnant or not get pregnant. If you want to get pregnant a daily morning walk will keep you healthy. If you don't want to get pregnant then use contraception.
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Don't Let Health Excuses Become a Barrier to Your Success - Power of Positive Thinking

MD - General Medicine
Sexologist, Delhi
Don't Let Health Excuses Become a Barrier to Your Success - Power of Positive Thinking

But My Health is not good." Health excuses range all the way from the chronic "I don't feel good," to the more specific "I have got such and such wrong with me."

  • "Bad" health, in a thousand different forms, is used as an excuse for failing to do what a person wants to do, failing to accept greater responsibilities, failing to make more money, failing to achieve success or just another Defense Mechanism to escape from one's Obligations and Responsibilities.
  • Millions and Millions of people suffer from Health Excuses. But is it, in most cases, a Legitimate Excuse? Think for a moment of all the highly successful people you know who could- but who do not- use Health as an Excuse.
  • All Physicians and Surgeons say the perfect specimen of Adult Life is Non-Existent. There is something physically wrong with everybody. Many surrenders in whole or in part to Health Excuses but Success- Thinking People do not.

For instance, the Correct and Incorrect Attitude towards Health can be Detrimental.

Incorrect Attitude: - A young Chap of about 30 visited a psychologist and said, "I have got a bad heart, and I have got to hold myself in check". He went on to explain that he'd seen four doctors but they could not find his trouble and asked what he should do.

The psychologist said to him that "I know nothing about the heart, but as one layman to another, here are three things I'd do. First, I'd visit the finest heart specialist I could find and accept his diagnosis as final. You've already checked with four doctors and none of them has found anything peculiar with your heart. Let the fifth doctor be your final check. It may very well be you have got a perfectly sound heart. But if you keep on worrying about it, eventually you may have a very serious heart ailment. Looking and looking and looking for an illness often actually produce illness.

The second thing I'd recommend is "Emotions Management". Three out of every four hospital beds are occupied by "EII" or "Emotionally Induced Illness" people who are sick right now would be well if they had learned how to handle their emotions.

"Third, I'd resolve to live until I die." Declare to yourself "I am going to live until I die and I am not going to get life and death confused. While I am on this earth I am going to live."

Correct Attitude: - On the other hand, after the noise of the take-off, one of the passengers heard a tickling sound. Rather startled, he glanced at the fellow sitting beside him, for the sound seemed to be coming from him.

The second fellow smiled a big smile and said, "Oh, it's not a bomb, it's just my heart."

Further, he said and assured, just 21 days before, I had undergone an operation which involved putting a plastic valve into my heart. The tickling sound, he explained would continue for several minutes until new tissue had grown over the artificial valve. The first fellow passenger asked him what he was going to do.

"Oh," he said, "I have got big plans. I am going to study law when I get back to my country. Someday I hope to be in government work. The doctors tell me I must take it easy for few months, but after that, I'll be like new."

There are two ways of meeting the health problems. The first fellow, not even sure he had anything organically wrong with him, was worried, depressed, on the road to defeat, wanting somebody to second his motion that he could not go forward. The second individual, after undergoing one of the most difficult operations, was optimistic, eager to do something. The difference lay in how they thought toward health:- Attitude about Health!

Therefore, it is warned that "Diabetes or any other lifestyle-related ailment is a physical condition, but the biggest damage results from having a negative attitude towards the same. Worry about it and you may have real Trouble."

There are two kinds of people; one who has a very mild case belongs to that fraternity of the living dead. Obsessed with a fear of the weather, he is usually ridiculously bundled up. He's afraid of infection, so he shuns anybody who has the slightest sniffle. He's afraid of overexertion, so he does almost nothing. He spends most of his mental energy worrying about what might happen. He bores other people telling them "How Awful" his problem really is. His real ailment is not Diabetes. Rather, he's a victim of Health excuses. He has pitied himself into being invalid.

The other extreme is a division manager for a large publishing company. He has a severe case; he takes about 30 times as much insulin as the fellow mentioned above. But he is not living to be sick. He is living to enjoy his work and have fun. One day he said, "Sure it is an inconvenience, but so is shaving. But I am not going to think myself to bed. When I take those shots, I just praise the guys who discovered insulin."

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If I get medicine, I get periods but flow of blood is less than when my periods were stable. Why I bleed less? What is the reason.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
If I get medicine, I get periods but flow of blood is less than when my periods were stable. Why I bleed less? What i...
Hello, It is important that a hormonal profile and a thyroid profile be done for you to rule out any biochemical hyperandrogegism or hypothyroidism. Regards
1 person found this helpful

We are trying for a baby. Can I use Himcolin gel as a Lubricant? Will it affect the sperm or damage it?

MBBS, DNB (Obstetrics & Gynecology), (MRCOG)
Gynaecologist, Chennai
We are trying for a baby. Can I use Himcolin gel as a Lubricant? Will it affect the sperm or damage it?
Himcolin is an Ayurvedic preparation with vague effects and side effects. Most gels affect sperm motility. Use with caution.
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