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Dr. Rukmini

Gynaecologist, Delhi

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Dr. Rukmini is one of the best Gynaecologists in Vikas Marg, Delhi. Doctor is currently associated with Walia Nursing Home in Vikas Marg, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Rukmini on Lybrate.com.

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Diabetes During Pregnancy - Know The Best Ways To Control It!

MBBS, MRSH
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Diabetes During Pregnancy - Know The Best Ways To Control It!

Pregnancy brings with it a set of challenges, and for a diabetic woman, these only increase further. Earlier, the risks of dealing with pregnancy and diabetes as a combination were too high. However, over the last few decades, things have changed. The age at which women are choosing to have a baby has gone up. On the other hand, the age of onset of diabetes has come down drastically.
These days, there are many diabetic women who go through pregnancy smoothly without major complications. Of course, there is extra care and precaution required, but it is not something that cannot be planned and managed well between the doctor and the mother-to-be.

The following are some rough guidelines for a pregnant diabetic woman.
Potential complications

  1. It increases the risk of polycystic ovaries, thereby making it difficult to conceive.
  2. Fluctuating sugar levels can be a reason for not being able to conceive, as the body does not see itself as healthy.
  3. It increased the chances of miscarriage.
  4. There are higher chances of birth defects in the developing baby due to very high sugar levels in the first trimester.

Preparation
If you are planning for a pregnancy, meet with your doctor to review your sugar levels. Chalk out a plan with your doctor, taking into account your diet and nutrition, exercise, lifestyle, and medications.

  1. Diet: Ensure you cautiously decide what and how to eat ahead of your pregnancy. Moving away from refined carbohydrates and processed foods towards wholesome food items like whole grains, fresh fruits and vegetables will make a difference.
  2. Exercise: Build an exercise routine to suit your body and keep yourself active. It is very important to stay active so that diabetes is under control.
  3. Lifestyle: Quit smoking and reduce alcohol use. This helps in managing stress also, which can help keep diabetes under check.
  4. Medications: Check with your doctor on the medicines you are taking and if dose adjustments are required to get sugar levels under control, plan them out.

During pregnancy, constant monitoring and vigilance is required to ensure diabetes is under control.

  1. Let your gynecologist know about your condition (stable/fluctuating), and if you are doubtful about them being able to handle your condition, do not hesitate to change.
  2. Many consider switching to oral medications as the risk of transmission to the baby is less and the control over sugar levels is better.
  3. Constant monitoring for daily blood sugars is essential.
  4. A regular, healthy lifestyle in terms of eating and sleeping should help keep the sugars under check.
  5. Constant monitoring of the baby is essential to ensure its normal growth with no developmental defects. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Gynaecologist.

 

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I had my periods on may 15 then had sex on may 20! Frm 26th may I started to bleed like my periods for 3-4 days but bleeding was bluish brown! And today it's June 25 and still I didn't have my periods! Am I pregnant.

BHMS, MD - Homeopathy
Homeopath, Navi Mumbai
I had my periods on may 15 then had sex on may 20! Frm 26th may I started to bleed like my periods for 3-4 days but b...
Dear lybrate user, u had intercourse on 6 th day of ur menstrual cycle so there is no chance of becoming pregnant,secondly u again had bleeding for 3-4 days. So there is no pregnancy but this irregularity of menses if continues u might need treatment.TC
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Healthy Voice / Vocal Hygiene

Masters
Speech Therapist, Delhi
Healthy Voice / Vocal Hygiene

1. Increase fluid intake 4-8 ounces of water per day.
2. Avoid excessive throat clearing - try sipping water instead.
3. Get plenty of sleep. Fatigue can cause voice to sound hoarse.
4. Use plenty of breath support.
5. Do not speak in sentences that are too long. This causes you to vocalize with inadequate breath support at the end of your air stream.
6. Minimize caffeine, alcohol, menthol throat lozenges and dairy intake. These can dry out the vocal cords and/ or create thick mucous.
7. Avoid smoking. 
8. Avoid raising your voice above others in a loud environment, it can cause straining and vocal abuse. 


 

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My wife have undergone surgery of her right arm. Doctor have wraped the wounds with cotton band for six weeks. I have heard that operated wounds are not needed to be wraped for six weeks. Please clarify.

Diploma - Diploma - OLO - Rhino-Laryngology
Acupuncturist, Indore
For wraping you need to follow your Dr. But for fast healing of wound you can give your wife haldi n milk daily at night and pineapple juice daily in day acupressure will give magical results in healing wound.
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My age is 28, Pregnancy test is positive, it's something around 1 month, could you suggest pill (unwanted kit) or any other options. Is there any side effects of pills?

MBBS
Sexologist, Panchkula
My age is 28, Pregnancy test is positive, it's something around 1 month, could you suggest pill (unwanted kit) or any...
Pregnancy test is positive and you want to stop pregnancy. I advise you to tell me whether she is already taking any medicines or not? for better guidance and treatment.
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I wish to know about hymenoplasty. Please suggest a good doctors in guwahati. Also, guide on the pros and cons of this surgery and consequences post surgery. Can a patient climb stairs post surgery? Please guide elaborately.

MCh Plastic Surgery, MS - General Surgery
Cosmetic/Plastic Surgeon, Bangalore
Hello, Hymenoplast Repair has no direct medical benefit. Absence of the hymen or failure to bleed is not necessarily a sign of previous intercourse. Studies have shown that over 40% did not bleed at first intercourse and intact hymen has been reported in 52% with prior intercourse. Also the procedure of hymenoplasty does not guarantee bleeding on intercourse. The procedure can be done under local anesthesia or spinal, you can get back to daily activity after 2 days no restriction in walking etc. No usage of tampons for a month, no sexual intercourse for 6wks. The decision to undergo procedure is individual for various reasons, it neither has benefit nor disadvantages.
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Our baby is 3 month old and is on breast feed, what risk free contraceptive measure we choose to have gap of 3 to 4 year between our babies, our baby is delivered through c section, can we go for normal next time.

MD Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Ahmedabad
Our baby is 3 month old and is on breast feed, what risk free contraceptive measure we choose to have gap of 3 to 4 y...
If you do not want another pregnancy for 3 years, you can go for iucd, or use condoms, I would prefer condoms. If the caesaren has happened due to a non repetative cause, you can very well try for a normal delivery. But if there is an genuine indication, do not resist the decison of your gynec for a caesaren.
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My wife is of 25 years and I am of 26 we have married before 2 years back but from past 7 months after normal delivery of baby she lost interest in sex totally please help and suggest some medicines for her we dont have any past medical history?

Diploma in Paediatrics, MBBS
Sexologist, Dehradun
It is normal as your wife is giving more time to her baby. She could be feeling tired nusing her baby.
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I am not pregnant so which reasons still I do not get periods? Its monopose or what? I am so worried about this.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
I am not pregnant so which reasons still I do not get periods? Its monopose or what? I am so worried about this.
Hello, The delay can be due to stress induced hormonal imbalances during this cycle if pregnancy has been ruled out. Menopause is not seen early.
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