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Dr. Preeti Tahilyani

Gynaecologist, New 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. Preeti Tahilyani is a renowned Gynaecologist in Hari Nagar, Delhi. She is currently practising at Dr Preeti Tahilyani's Clinic in Hari Nagar, Delhi. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Preeti Tahilyani on Lybrate.com.

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My period cycle is normal but clotting of blood happens every time. First day itself blood clots starts. What should I do?

MD - Alternate Medicine, BHMS
Homeopath, Surat
My period cycle is normal but clotting of blood happens every time. First day itself blood clots starts. What should ...
Take more protein food items during such mentrual days such as eggs, milk, chicken, meat, pulses, etc...and have little bit more of ghee too.
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Hi Sir, I had sex on the 4th and 5th day of stopping my periods and then I take mpill. Is there any chance of pregnancy?

MBBS, DGO
Gynaecologist, Pune
Hi Sir, I had sex on the 4th and 5th day of stopping my periods and then I take mpill. Is there any chance of pregnancy?
Very rare but wait till you get your next menses n do urine pregnancy test for confirmation of pregnancy if menses don't.come.
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I have mild nipple discharge from three months there is no pain or lump or no sensation I am taking medicine for acid reflux and also sleeping medicine.Please suggest.

I have mild nipple discharge from three months there is no pain or lump or no sensation I am taking medicine for acid...
The discharge does not have anything to do with the medicines you r taking. Visit a physician to get it checked.
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Super Diets Vs Super Foods - What Exactly They Are?

M.Phil biotech and PGD Dietitics
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Panchkula
Super Diets Vs Super Foods - What Exactly They Are?

There is a palpable buzz around superfoods all over the world. One day quinoa is being hailed as the star among foods and the next day everyone is falling head over heels over the benefits of kuttu (buckwheat).

One wonders what makes certain foods qualify for the ‘superfood’ label. One, they need to be loaded with vital nutrients and vitamins. Second, they need to help in treating or lowering the risk of certain diseases? Let us explore a bit more.

What most of us do not realize is that a lot of superfoods have been around for centuries and our grandparents and ancestors have long been consuming them for their health benefits. It is only now that they have been re-discovered and are hitting the headlines. At the same time, a lot of exotic superfoods are being introduced, which are difficult to source and generally rather expensive.

The food industry wants to persuade us that eating some foods can slow down the ageing process, lift depression, boost our physical ability, and even our intelligence. Had that been the case, mother nature would have created only those foods and not so many kinds of foods, with different nutritive values.

The problem with some of the superfoods being aggressively marketed is that they are exotic in nature. So, unless you have the local or native super foods, not only would they be difficult to source but would also make a huge dent into the pocket. So, one would have something like kale only occasionally. Healthy, yes, but would one consume it every day? Probably not!

We over here prefer to talk about ‘Super Diets’ and like to avoid the use of the term ‘superfoods’. The emphasis is on a healthy, balanced diet, rich in fruits, vegetables and wholegrain foods, which are all easy to source.

So, what should be our strategy to a super diet?

  1. Eating foods and vegetables that are in season. Seasonal fruits and vegetables provide maximum health benefits and nutritional requirement for that time of the year. For example, bottle gourd (ghiya or doodhi) is a summer vegetable and is widely recommended for weight loss, managing high cholesterol and hypertension. But one must remember that since it is rich in water content (96 gm per 100 gm), it’s consumption during winters will not be as beneficial for our body. This is because it helps to reduce our body heat whereas in winters we want to trap the body heat to maintain our body temperature.
  2. Going local and consuming foods that are native to our region. Let’s make the best of what is available locally. Our humble jamun available during summers, is very high in Vitamin C content and works as an immunity booster. But, the trend is growing towards consumption of imported, dried cranberries which also give the same nutrition, but at a much higher cost. What we forget is that since jamun is a native fruit, our body is inherently adapted to digesting it better and getting the maximum benefit from it.
  3. Adopting unprocessed foods from all major food categories. As far as possible, we should banish processed and packaged foods from our shopping basket. For example, readymade breakfast cereals like wheat flakes have added preservatives, hidden sugars and are processed (extrusion method) such that when compared to the old, whole grain wheat dalia, they have far lower nutritional value.
  4. Focusing on getting our five portions of fruits and vegetables in a day. Eating a variety of foods ensures we get a wide variety of the nutrients our body needs. Fruits and vegetables have differed colours to indicate a different set of vitamins and minerals. So, include as many colours as you can in a day for a super-diet.
  5. Adjusting our diet based on our needs, ability to digest and medical conditions. For example, soya and its products are a blessing for adding proteins to a vegetarian diet, but if consumed by people with thyroid problem, it can interfere with proper absorption of medicine by the body.

Remember, there are no miracle foods and consuming a certain food is not going to undo the damage caused by unmindful eating. Any food when eaten at the right time and in the right combination shall keep us in good health. A balanced super diet far outweighs any super food in terms of the wholesome nutrition it provides our body. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a dietitian-nutritionist.

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She had her menses on 30 march and On 8 April. I had pre-cum on my penis but I cleaned or wiped it and inserted in her Vagina for about 10 seconds and I pulled Out but did not ejaculate in her. What are the chances of pregnancy and will she be ovulating or conceive looking at the dates.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
She had her menses on 30 march and
On 8 April. I had pre-cum on my penis but I cleaned or wiped it and inserted in he...
She can get pregnant with this act as preejaculatory secretions can contain sperms ard they r released without your knowledge. So it is better to give her ipill asap even if the chance of getting pregnant with this act is low.
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I had sex on 26 mar the I taken I-pill in 60 hours then I have period on 5th april. But now I have a vomiting problem from 2 weeks and I have not had 2nd periods yet.

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, MRCOG
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
I had sex on 26 mar the I taken I-pill in 60 hours then I have period on 5th april. But now I have a vomiting problem...
If you miss your next period then get urine Pregnancy test and TVS (Trans Vaginal Sonography) by a good Sonologist to rule out Pregnancy and consult Gynecologist.
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I am taking yasim (birth control pills) as my gynecologist asked me to take them for three months so that my periods get regulated. Every month when the ovulation takes place I get a sharp horrible (8/10) pain in my upper back. What should I do? The pain comes for just one day but it's extremely bad.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
I am taking yasim (birth control pills) as my gynecologist asked me to take them for three months so that my periods ...
Hello, iF you are on birth control pills then ovulation should not take place at all , else you can get easily pregnant and birth control fails. Pain in upper back is not an ovarian pain, its likely tone musculoskeletal so please get yourself examined.
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My breast milk is leaking but I haven't had sex with boyfriend, why it is leaking ?,Please answer

MBBS
Internal Medicine Specialist, Kendujhar
My breast milk is leaking but I haven't had sex with boyfriend, why it is leaking ?,Please answer
Hello, Thanks for your query on Lybrate "As" per your clinical history is concerned please follow like this- 1) Do a physical examination by your family Doctor and to confirm do few pathological investigations like (Serum prolactin, TSH, and pregnancy test) 2) Do take treatment as per underlying pathological cause only and if all test report is normal then no treatment is required. Do follow lifestyle modifications like this - To minimize breast stimulation: 1) Don't touch your nipples during sexual activity 2) Avoid performing breast self-exams and manipulating your nipples more frequently than once a month 3) Wear clothing that minimizes friction between the fabric and your nipples Hope that helps.
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I have thioroid and left ovarian cyst problem, hormone also imbalanced what treatment I have to take.

Doctor of Medicine, DGO
Gynaecologist,
reduce the weight to 55kgs and need the report which shows ovarian to cyst and the thyroid functions test
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My sister is 19 years old and has pcos. What long term treatment do you suggest to keep her fit and healthy and reduce future health risks due to pcos? I have heard a lot about the medicine furocyst. Is it helpful? also, are there any better alternatives? please suggest long term treatment methods. Regards

BHMS
Alternative Medicine Specialist, Vadodara
Hello homoeopathy can be choice of treatment for pcos. Untreated pcos lead to problems like infertility facial, hair, obesity, diabetes. For long term treatment with homoeopathy it will be cure. For better management consult privately. Thanks.
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