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Dr. Ritu Sebrwal

Gynaecologist, Delhi

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Dr. Ritu Sebrwal is a popular Gynaecologist in Vinayak Hospital, Delhi. You can meet Dr. Ritu Sebrwal personally at Sethi Nursing Home in Vinayak Hospital, Delhi. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Ritu Sebrwal on Lybrate.com.

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I had my period on 25 and then had unprotected sex on 3 dec by prega news will I able to know I am pregnant or not after week of having sex.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
I had my period on 25 and then had unprotected sex on 3 dec by prega news will I able to know I am pregnant or not af...
As per the information provided you are not pregnant for now and preganews is useful once you miss your monthly expected date
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I am suffering from polycystic ovary problem. Am getting more stress and anxiety.

MBBS, MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Mumbai
I am suffering from polycystic ovary problem. Am getting more stress and anxiety.
Tremors, feeling anxious or nervous, sense of panic, sweating, increased heartbeat, feeling of impending doom, stomach discomfort, dizziness etc are signs of anxiety. These can be debilitating. If the anxiety us overwhelming, consult a psychiatrist at the earliest. With the right medication and counseling, it is likely your symptoms will improve. Other than that, try yoga, deep breathing, meditation, moderate exercise, progressive muscular relaxation and guided meditation.
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How much sex should you really have?

India Best Sexologist Clinic, MD - Medicine - HMB, Member of The Royal Society for the Promotion of Health (UK) (MRSH)
Sexologist, Delhi
How much sex should you really have?

Sex is an extremely personal and subjective matter. Different individuals relate to and indulge in sex differently. The idea of sex also varies from person to person and may not always fit the stereotypical penile-vaginal penetrative intercourse.

There is no way of determining exactly how much sex is good and how much of it is too much. Some people like to be sexually active with thorough regularity while others find comfort in abstinence. Age also plays an important role here with people between the ages of 18-29 indulging in higher levels of sexual activity than those who are middle-aged or elderly.

The different levels and frequencies of sexual activity have varying degrees of impacts on the overall mental, physical and sexual health of a person. There are numerous health benefits attached to having an active sex life, which manifests themselves in both the body and the mind.

The health benefits of having sex are -
As per studies conducted, it has been shown that having sex, at least, two times a week can boost overall physical and mental health. The many health benefits of being sexually active are as follows:

  •   It improves immunity and makes the body more resilient to diseases
  •   It improves bladder control in women and prevents urinary incontinence
  •   It prevents erectile dysfunction in men
  •   It improves blood circulation and lowers blood pressure
  •   It acts as a stress reliever
  •   It improves functioning of the heart and lowers the risk of heart disease
  •   It reduces sensitivity to pain

There are several other benefits of sex, which include the effective healing and nurturing of the body in a holistic manner.

Is there a limit to having sex?
A large number of people all around the world are concerned about their carnal compulsions and frequently approach sex therapists about what frequency of sex constitutes as a 'healthy' dose.

There really is no such thing as too much sex. But if overindulgence in sexual activities causes a disturbance in everyday activities such as work, classes, household responsibilities and other obligations, it becomes a problem. If such a situation arises, it might be signs of a sex addiction in which case it is important to consult a sexologist or sex therapist. Ideally, having sex two times a day is good for your body, mind and soul.

'Consult'.

Related Tip: Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) - What You Need To Do Before And After Sex To Avoid Them

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Smartphones - Why Should We Avoid Them Before Bedtime?

MD - Medicine , MBBS
General Physician, Vadodara
Smartphones - Why Should We Avoid Them Before Bedtime?

For most of us, our smartphone is the first thing we look at in the morning and the last thing we check before going to bed. But, is it a right practise? Well, it is not. As per a recent study published by the Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, using a smartphone right before bedtime actually reduces the overall quality of sleep. 

Here's how:

  • Difficulty in falling asleep - We feel sleepy when our brain releases a hormone called melatonin, which is determined by the body's circadian rhythm. The blue light emitted by the screen of the smartphone interferes with this rhythm and the secretion of melatonin, which makes it difficult for us to fall asleep, even after we keep our phone aside. 
  • Poor quality of sleep - Using a smartphone before going to bed also hampers the overall quality of sleep because, when we check an office email or a text message as the last thing before we sleep, it gets difficult for our brain to relax, due to which we are unable to sleep peacefully.
  • Decreased attention span - Our productivity suffers during the day, due to lack of proper sleep at night. Also, not getting enough sleep is known to hamper our decision-making skills, impair our long & short-term memory, which leads to unnecessary stress and anxiety.
  • Increased risk of weight gain - Our body is more likely to feel hungry when we don't get our due share of sleep, as sleep deprivation slows down our metabolism. Thus, use of smartphone right before bedtime can induce cravings, which lead to snacking and weight gain.
  • Weak immune system - While we are asleep our immune system produces antibodies that help fight infections, it also releases a protein known as cytokines. This protein not only promotes sleep but also fights inflammation and other problems caused by stress. Lack of sound sleep decreases the production of cytokines and increases the risk of falling sick, it also slows down our recovery cycle. Further, long-term sleep deprivation can raise the risk of diseases, such as diabetes, heart problems and obesity. 
  • Skin damage - Sleeping late at night and not getting enough sleep can lead to dark circles, puffy eyes and fine lines across our face. The blue light emitted by our smartphones triggers the secretion of cortisol, which can damage our skin's smoothness and elasticity.

Thus, even if we are spending only some time on our smartphone before going to bed, it affects our overall mental and physical well-being. Want to know more about the problems sleep deprivation can cause or solutions that can help, consult our expert & get answers to questions!

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Hello Doctor, I am three months pregnant. Last date of my period is 10.07.2017. I am 28 years old. This is my first pregnancy. Recently I had my blood test and found that Rubella IgG is 2.27 and Rubella igM is 0.35. Is there any risk. Please suggest.

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Hello Doctor, I am three months pregnant. Last date of my period is 10.07.2017. I am 28 years old. This is my first p...
IgG +ve means past infection. It means you have developed immunity against rubella igm tells about recent infection .as your igm is -ve their is nothing to worry.
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I always get my periods late All hormones test is normal Ultrasound is fine but problem still exists. It comes in 40 or 50 days some time I need to take medicine for it meprate or cornea ncr. Prescribed by my gynaecologist.

Ayurveda, Mumbai
I always get my periods late All hormones test is normal
Ultrasound is fine but problem still exists.
It comes in 40 ...
Please take. Aloes compound 1 Tab twice daily after meals by Alarsin For 1to 3 months Avoid excess oily spicy junk food Take vegetables and salads more Best,
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Hi. If I have sex in the 4 days of my period and took ipill does it cause pregnancy.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Hi. If I have sex in the 4 days of my period and took ipill does it cause pregnancy.
If u r counting 4 days meaning from 1st day of period then no need of i pill also as no chance of pregnancy.
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Using a natural remedy for itching

Master in Psychology, MD - Ayurveda, Dems, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda,
Using a natural remedy for itching
Using a natural remedy for itching




If you need a remedy for itching, try the following natural cures:

Sufferers of chronic itchy skin should seek medical attention to rule out any underlying cause or disease. Typically, health care professionals will treat itchy skin with hydrocortisone cream or, in some cases, prednisone steroids. If you need help finding an effective herbal or organic remedy, a physician practicing holistic medicine may be a suitable match to treat your itching skin.

Coconut oil/lemon juice:

A mixture of equal parts coconut oil and lemon juice is believed to reduce inflammation and remedy itch. For ease of application, fill a spray bottle with the mixture and apply liberally as needed.

Oatmeal:

Oatmeal is one of the most popular natural remedies to relieve itching. Add two cups of uncooked oatmeal to warm bathwater and soak for 15-20 minutes.

Menthol:

Any topical rub containing menthol, such as vick's topical
Vaporub will immediately help an itch subside.

Aloe vera gel:

A natural cure-all, aloe vera gel can be applied liberally as needed to itchy skin, it will naturally soften and cool the tender skin.

Baking soda:

Baking soda is a useful and effective home remedy for itching. To make a baking soda paste, mix together baking soda and water to desired consistency, and rub on affected areas as needed to treat an itch.
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Hello, My wife had surgical abortion In Feb 2015. Now we are planning to have baby. But she is not convincing. We tried from last 2 months. What should we do now.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
Hello, My wife had surgical abortion In Feb 2015. Now we are planning to have baby. But she is not convincing. We tri...
What's the age of your wife, In case she is not able to conceive you may get her examined for tubal patency and harmonal balance by getting HSG, ultrasound and few blood tests, and based on the reports we shall be able type to guide you further. Alternatively since it's only two months you have been trying, give her some more time and try with some fertlity enhancing medicines. You may contact us for further advice or queries.
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I am 15 year old. I had my first periods on 9 july 2016. It lasted for 3 days with very less flow. I started my second periods on 25 September and it is still continuing. I was having very heavy flow till yesterday. I had to change pads after every three hours. Today the flow is lesser comparatively. Today I am changing pads after 5-6 hours. I am absolutely tired of changing pads. We have a very important festival from 6th october to 11th october and I badly want my periods to end before that. Please help.

MD, BAMS
Ayurveda, Mumbai
I am 15 year old. I had my first periods on 9 july 2016. It lasted for 3 days with very less flow. I started my secon...
Hello. Firstly your in very small age and having your 2 nd menstrual cycle of life. My advice is that please wait for stopping your period naturally provided you don't have weakness due to heavy blood flow. Till next 6 months to 1 year you can have varied pattern of menses so don't bother. Start with ayurvedic medicine 1. Ashokarisht 2 tsp twice daily wid warm water till you get menses regularly with normal flow.
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