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Dr. Rekha Gupta

Gynaecologist, New Delhi

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I'm dedicated to providing optimal health care in a relaxed environment where I treat every patients as if they were my own family....more
I'm dedicated to providing optimal health care in a relaxed environment where I treat every patients as if they were my own family.
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Dr. Rekha Gupta is a popular Gynaecologist in Mayur Vihar, Delhi. You can visit her at Dr Rekha Gupta's Clinic in Mayur Vihar, Delhi. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Rekha Gupta on Lybrate.com.

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There are some lumps in my chest and armpits. Are they symptoms of breast cancer?

Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery, MS - General Surgery, MBBS, FICS
General Surgeon, Delhi
It can not be said so because there are many causes of lumps in the chest/armpits. You need to be examined at least once so as to arrive at a diagnosis. Thanks.
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I am 21 Years old I have PCOD prblm and three month no mc and unwanted hair on face so plse what I do the regular periods?

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Thane
I am 21 Years old I have PCOD prblm and three month no mc and unwanted hair on face so plse what I do the regular per...
Hello lybrate user. Pcod is nowadays very common in female. Its a hormonal disbalance problem. You r having amennorhoea since 3 months. As well as unwanted hair growth which r classical presentation on this disease. I would like to suggest for homeopathic treatment. You will b benefited for sure. As you r too young n your response towards medicine will b wonderful.
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I had unprotected sex after which I took an ipill. Now I am having this discomforting constant urge to pee when I don't really have to pee. What to do?

MBBS, PG Diploma (HIV Medicines)
HIV Specialist, Surat
It will resolve automatically. I pill will help to prevent pregnancy. There is risk of HIV and other 29 Sexual Transmitted Infection.
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Gastrointestinal Malignancies - How Radiosurgery Can Help?

MD, MBBS
Oncologist, Ernakulam
Gastrointestinal Malignancies  - How Radiosurgery Can Help?

Common gastro-intestinal (GI) malignancies are colon cancer, carcinoma rectum and anal canal, pancreatic cancer, cholangiocarcinoma, carcinoma stomach, hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) and liver metastasis. Other uncommon tumours include gastro-intestinal stromal tumour (GIST), klaskin tumour and neuro-endocrine tumour. Surgery is the treatment option in these tumours. Unfortunately, majority of these tumours are inoperable at presentation and treated with supportive/palliative intent. Majority of these tumours are relatively chemotherapy (CT) resistant. Role of conventional radiation therapy (RT) in gastro-intestinal malignancies are also not well defined in many of these tumours.

  • Response rate with delivered dose is not acceptable, and dose escalation is not possible with conventional RT without compromising in critical structure (small intestine, duodenum) tolerance. With modern stereotactic whole body RT (SBRT) higher dose of radiation can be delivered in shorter duration and normal tissue tolerance is respected. SBRT has evolved in recent years and also have promise to improve local control in these relative resistant tumours. Pre-operative and adjuvant RT is established in carcinoma of rectum.
  • In recent years, short course RT (hypofractionated RT, 25 Gy/5 Fr) had shown to be equally effective as conventional RT (1.8-2 Gy/Fr) in inoperable rectal cancer. Role of conventional RT in inoperable pancreatic cancer has been argued in the EORTC study. Whereas, short course RT (fractionated radiosurgery) is slowly being accepted as an option to complete RT early, start adjuvant CT at the earliest and also improve quality of life (QOL). In liver metastasis, radiosurgery is a non-invasive alternative to surgery. Higher equivalent radiation dose delivered with radiosurgery there may have comparable survival function in selected patients.
  • Radiosurgery is an option in liver tumour close to porta, sub-diaphragmatic location (segment VIII), nodal involvement and in medically inoperable patients. In hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC), fractionated radiosurgery is an option as ‘bridge therapy’ for patients waiting for liver transplant, medically inoperable patients, chemotherapy resistant, post TACE residual and in recurrent HCCs. Radiosurgery is also consider as primary treatment in suitable patients. There is an ongoing multicentric randomized trial comparing chemotherapy and radiosurgery in HCCs.
  • In uncommon slow growing tumours such as cholangiocarcinoma, neuro-endocrine tumour and klaskin tumour fractionated radiosurgery have excellent response rate and improve symptoms. In conclusion, modern fractionated stereotactic radiosurgery is an option in many of the GI malignancies improves response rate and also may improve QOL. In coming years with publication of more matured data from randomized and prospective phase II studies the role of radiosurgery will be established. ours , 2) require only thermoplastic mask, no need for invasive frame, 3) has inverse planning system, can spare critical structure, 4) there is a ‘intra-fraction’ correction technology with imaging, 5) there is no need to change the source, hence may be more cost effective and 6) can be used to treat extra-cranial tumours also. CyberKnife has a linear accelerator attached with a robot and is capable of treatment from various coplanar and non-coplanar field arrangements. CyberKnife has sub-millimeter accuracy and unmatched dose distribution. 
  • The advanced technology behind CyberKnife uses image guidance technology and computer-controlled robotics to deliver and extremely precise dose of radiation to targets, avoiding the surrounding healthy tissue, and adjusting for patient and tumor movement during treatment. In conclusion, CyberKnife is an extension of gammaknife radiosurgery delivery system. This machine has immense promise to treat with short course regimens with high dose and improve local control without increasing toxicities.

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My period due date is 17th june and today is 7th june. Whn I went to pee a few mins ago, I found few drops of blood. I hav 28 days cycle and my periods are always normal. What could be the problem?

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Ayurveda, Gulbarga
My period due date is 17th june and today is 7th june. Whn I went to pee a few mins ago, I found few drops of blood. ...
Heavy periods, also called menorrhagia, is when a woman loses an excessive amount of blood during consecutive periods. In most cases, no underlying cause of heavy periods is identified. However, some conditions and treatments have been linked to menorrhagia, including uterine fibroids intrauterine contraceptive devices (iuds) anticoagulant medication polycystic ovary syndrome (pcos) he cause of the problem may sometimes need to be investigated further. This will usually involve having a pelvic examination. A blood test may also sometimes be recommended to check for anaemia (iron deficiency) if a cause is still not found, then you may have an ultrasound scan treating heavy periods in some cases, heavy periods do not need to be treated, as they can be a natural variation and may not disrupt your lifestyle. For treatment consult privately.
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Hi, Greetings to you. Please can you advise us what we have to eat in the first trimester of pregnancy. What a pregnant lady has to eat in her first trimester. What not to eat? What precautions has to take? We really don't know about these days. Your valuable suggestions will help us a lot. Thanks in advance for your time & help.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Hi,
Greetings to you.
Please can you advise us what we have to eat in the first trimester of pregnancy.
What a pregna...
food likes change during pregnancy whatever she likes she can eat more water fruits ,vegetables,.frequent small meals,avoid spicy and outside food .avoid exersion
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My girlfriend's last menstrual date was 3 July 2017. Me and my girlfriend had unprotected sex on 31st July 2017. After having sex she took unwanted 72 and now its been from 2-3 days she is having cramps in stomach and pain in vagina, when she is lubricating a white fluids coming out from her vagina. She did not got her periods till now. So is there anything major problem? Is this normal or is she pregnant?

M.D. Consultant Pathologist, CCEBDM Diabetes, PGDS Sexology USA, CCMTD Thyroid, ACDMC Heart Disease, CCMH Hypertension, ECG
Sexologist, Sri Ganganagar
My girlfriend's last menstrual date was 3 July 2017. Me and my girlfriend had unprotected sex on 31st July 2017. Afte...
Do not worry at that time she was in safe days the periods delay due to some other reason it will come within 2 to 3 days.
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My date was 26 August. But still having no periods. I had 3 pregnancy test, all r negative. Having headache, back pain, tiredness.

MD - Alternate Medicine, Doctor of Homeopathic Medicine (H.M.D.)
Homeopath, Delhi
My date was 26 August. But still having no periods. I had 3 pregnancy test, all r negative. Having headache, back pai...
Take Pulsatilla 200 1-2 drops in 1/4 cup lukewarm water for next one month in the morning. And Alteris Ferinosa Q 5-10 drops similarly at night. For further consultation you may contact me on my personal messenger.
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I am 20 years old and I have concern regarding my breasts i. E whatever dress I wear my nipples are popped out to dress and easily visible. Request you to advise me on what measures to be taken to avoid it completely so that I am able to wear any type of dress.

MS - General Surgery, FMAS.Laparoscopy
General Surgeon, Gandhinagar
Respected lybrate-user heena first of all don't worry as it is natural thing regarding nipple size shape. So far as projection in dress is concerned you definately have to use padded braziers & with that dresses with less transparency that's all dear.
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