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Dr. Pareshansha

Gynaecologist, Delhi

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Hello and thank you for visiting my Lybrate profile! I want to let you know that here at my office my staff and I will do our best to make you comfortable. I strongly believe in ethics; a......more
Hello and thank you for visiting my Lybrate profile! I want to let you know that here at my office my staff and I will do our best to make you comfortable. I strongly believe in ethics; as a health provider being ethical is not just a remembered value, but a strongly observed one.
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Dr. Pareshansha is an experienced Gynaecologist in Mayur Vihar, Delhi. She is currently practising at Raja Nursing Home in Mayur Vihar, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Pareshansha on Lybrate.com.

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Hi! my friend is a little chubby. She had protected sex with her bf. She's having her regular periods as on her regular date. But she she feels her stomach size is increasing. Is there a bad news?

BHMS
Homeopath, Bahadurgarh
Hi! my friend is a little chubby. She had protected sex with her bf. She's having her regular periods as on her regul...
No there is no bad news ask her to have some diet plan she is getting overweight - if she have protected sex than there should be no sigh of pregnancy.
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I am doing crunches since last 3 days. I do 2 sets of crunches daily. I have started feeling some contraction im ny abs. I want to know does it hampers with my menstruation and will it increase my menstrual cramps?

MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, MBBS, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
I am doing crunches since last 3 days. I do 2 sets of crunches daily. I have started feeling some contraction im ny a...
Muscular pain is normal after starting a new exercise. it will subside as your body gets used to it in a couple of days. regular exercise will reduce menstrual cramps.
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Your Sex Life After Baby: When You Can Get Back to Sex

MD
Sexologist, Srinagar
Your Sex Life After Baby: When You Can Get Back to Sex

Marriage is believed to be a license for sex, there is always a partner available anytime, anywhere. Right? Maybe, in the initial stages, before the realities of marriage set in (that too provided you have the privacy and the household chores in order). With kids entering the scene, this scene changes completely. For both men and women, life changes drastically, and sex soon becomes a thing of the past.

While the woman undergoes a lot of physical changes and the new one becomes the centre of all her attention, the male is confused somewhere between frustration and loss of attention.

Suddenly, everything revolves around the new one, and somewhere, the physical intimacy between the couples is completely lost. Most couples resign to it as a way of life, a part of parenthood. Some get frustrated and may even look for sex outside marriage. Come to think of it, what created the child is taken away completely by the child.

However, the scene need not be as bad too. There are always ways and workarounds and taking out a couple of hours for the couple should not be a problem, if planned nicely.

Lost privacy:

With the kid on the scene, the couple often loses privacy (of the house sometimes, of their bedroom for sure). This is also one of the main reasons for the loss of sex. Maybe, after a year (or earlier depending on a case-to-case basis), try to have a separate bedroom for the child. This not only gives you privacy but also can lead to a romantic night. So, growing a baby does not have to take you away from your partner!

Planned dates:

Ensure the kid (or kids) is taken care of. Get your close family or friends to babysit them and get yourself out of the environment physically. Being at home will make you constantly want to supervise if things are going well. Trust your babysitters, and they will be fine. Do this at least once a month (or more frequently if possible) to keep the romance alive.

Plan your day:

With a newborn baby around (or for that matter, with a child around, whatever the age), there is never an end to the to-do list. Getting to bed very late completely drained does not allow for any physical intimacy between you and the partner. Once in a while, wind up a little early, leave some things for the next day and take some time out with the partner. Even some heartfelt talk would leave you feeling close and be a great way to end the day. Sex, for sure, demands some physical energy and reserve it! If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Sexologist.

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I am 27 years old having irregular periods but after marriage come regularly. I am planning for baby but did not get success. I have gone through a pelvic ultrasound and reports are normal. Now since two months I have periods in 15 days. In start n end of the month. First tym in month have very less bleeding n in second half of month normal bleeding. I want to know why this happens to me. Somebody told me that because of that I will not be able to conceive. But I want to conceive as soon as possible. Please guide me. What should I do.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
I am 27 years old having irregular periods but after marriage come regularly. I am planning for baby but did not get ...
First stop all types of drugs, allopathic, homeopathic and aurvedic for 3 months. Wait for normal regular cycles to get restored. Have adequate sleep, simple home food, and take steps to avoid mental and physical stress. If the menses regularise, then try for pregnancy from 10th to 20th day (beginning on 1st day of bleeding). If still not successful after 3 months, go for semen analysis and HSG/Laparoscopy. If menses go not regularise, few hormone tests may be required in addition.
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During sex she has blood loss I'm really scared but she said it's ok pls clarify.

fellow in Obstetric Medicine , MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Hyderabad
hello, itz not ususal to bleed after an intercourse so kindly visit a gynaec who cuud screen her for any infections or other problems..!
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Hi Doctor I'm 21 years old I'm not getting my periods regularly. Once 2 to 3 months I vil get. I'm suffering from thyroid as well. I'm gaining weight day by day.

BHMS
Homeopath, Hooghly
Hi Doctor I'm 21 years old I'm not getting my periods regularly. Once 2 to 3 months I vil get. I'm suffering from thy...
Well irregular period is due to the thyroid, do some yoga, do some jogging, control your diet, you need proper homoeopathic treatment to cure your problem permanently, if you can do homoeopathic treatment for long term your thyroid problem also be cured along with other symptoms, Soo you can contact me through Lybrate in private consultation.
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Is TPHA curable? I got a job opportunity to work in Gulf. My Blood test showing a result TPHA positive. I don't want to loose my job. Please help me.

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
Yes... It is a venereal disease and curable by homeopathic treatment... But requires detailed case study.
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Paneer Vs Tofu - Find Out Which is Better For Your Body?

Net Qualified In Community Health And Social Medicine, M.Sc - Dietetics and Community Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Durgapur
Paneer Vs Tofu - Find Out Which is Better For Your Body?

Paneer Vs Tofu - Find Out Which is Better For Your Body?

Paneer and Tofu - the similar looking foods come with their own sets of nutrients, along with being extremely beneficial at warding off diseases. In terms of preparation, while paneer is made from curdled buffalo milk, tofu is prepared from soy milk

Here's a nutrient guide to help you pick one over the other.

1. Iron content
When it comes to the iron content of these two foods, tofu comes out as the winner. Tofu contains 5.4mg of iron per 100gm, while paneer's iron content is just 0.1mg per 100gm. For this reason, the soy product is extremely beneficial for individuals who suffer from anaemia as it is high in iron content and can help in maintaining optimum levels of blood haemoglobin

2. Protein content
Especially for vegetarians, paneer is one of the best sources of protein. Every 100 gm of this dairy product is found to contain 18.3 gm of protein. In contrast, tofu offers only 6.9 gm of protein. If you are planning to put on weight or pursue a muscle building regimen, paneer is a source of protein that you can consider. It aids in muscle building as well as reduces muscle damage caused by wear and tear. 

3. Fat content
Along with high protein content, paneer is also known to come with a high fat content. Every 100gm of paneer contains about 20.8gm of fat content. Tofu, on the other hand, contains only 2.7gm of fat every 100gm. Due to its low fat content, tofu is an excellent health option for weight loss

4. The 3 Cs: carbohydrate, calcium and calorie content

In terms of carbohydrate, calcium and calorie content, both tofu and paneer clock different figures. 
Even though paneer is made from milk, its levels of carbohydrate are low. Since the carbohydrate content in paneer is about 1.2gm, it is a friendly food option for diabetics. Tofu, on the other hand, has a carbohydrate content that is double to that of paneer (2.4gm). 

Calcium content is extremely high in paneer with every 100gm of paneer offering 208mg of calcium. Due to its high calcium count, paneer is extremely useful to build strong teeth and bones. In contrast to the high calcium content of paneer, tofu records about 130mg of calcium. 

Lastly, both tofu and paneer have different calorie counts with paneer reporting a higher calorie count than tofu. For every 100gm of serving of tofu and paneer, tofu has 62 calories and paneer comes with 265 calories. Since it has a low calorie count, tofu is the perfect weight loss food. 
In terms of which one is a healthier food option, it depends on certain factors. If you are planning to lose weight, tofu is a better option. 

But if you're planning to build muscles, paneer presents itself as a better option. This is because paneer contains high calcium and protein content. Keeping the pros and cons in mind, you can choose to include either one or both in your diet. Although when it comes to paneer, moderation is the key. 

If you would like to consult with me privately, please click on 'Consult'.

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Ovarian Cancer - 7 Common Signs To Watch Out For!

MBBS, MS - General Surgery, FRCS
Oncologist, Kolkata
Ovarian Cancer - 7 Common Signs To Watch Out For!

Ovarian cancer is referred to as the cancer of the ovaries. The ovaries are a component of the female reproductive system. There are two ovaries located on either side of the uterus in a woman's body. Ovaries which are the organs responsible for producing egg cells also produce the hormones estrogen and progesterone. Ovarian cancer is a type of cancer which often goes undetected until it has spread all the way to the pelvis and the abdomen. However, it is also very difficult to treat the condition in its later stages which is why diagnosing ovarian cancer quickly is quintessential. Here is everything you need to know about ovarian cancer;

Symptoms:

  1. No symptoms at first: Usually, in its early stages ovarian cancer does not cause any symptoms.
  2. Abnormal bloating: Bloating is when your abdomen swells due to excess fluid or gas inside. Abnormal bloating is more frequently associated with irritable bowel syndrome or even constipation is a common symptom of ovarian cancer.
  3. Feeling full quickly: This is also an associated symptom which has often been mistaken for constipation or irritable bowel syndrome.
  4. Weight loss: This is one of the more common signs of ovarian cancer.
  5. Discomfort in the pelvis area: This symptom occurs towards the later stages of ovarian cancer after it has already spread.
  6. Constipation: Constipation is a symptom of ovarian cancer as well.
  7. Frequent urination: This is yet another symptom which is a sign of ovarian cancer.

The symptoms of ovarian cancer are often mistaken with that of irritable bowel syndrome and constipation.

Causes: As with other forms of cancer, it is still very unclear what exactly causes ovarian cancer.

Treatment:

  1. SurgerySurgery most commonly involves removing large parts of the female reproductive system which includes the ovaries, the fallopian tubes, the uterus as well as the lymph nodes. The surgeon will also try and remove as many cancer cells as possible from the abdomen and pelvic areas.
  2. ChemotherapyChemotherapy is usually done after surgery. It is usually performed so that the rest of the cancer cells are killed off. Chemotherapy drugs can be injected directly into the vein, abdominal cavity or sometimes even both.

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

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