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Dr. Rupendra Sekhon

Gynaecologist, Delhi

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Dr. Rupendra Sekhon is a renowned Gynaecologist in Rohini, Delhi. He is currently associated with Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Hospital in Rohini, Delhi. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Rupendra Sekhon on Lybrate.com.

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I have missed my periods 6 days back and I undergone pregnancy test on 5 day it was positive and today I am having slightly brownish discharge what is the problem and what can I do now I am worried.

DGO, MD, MRCOG, CCST, Accredation in Colposcopy
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
I have missed my periods 6 days back and I undergone pregnancy test on 5 day it was positive and today I am having sl...
It is best you are seen by a Gynaecologist as you would need to be examined and an ultrasound arranged
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Health Benefits Of Olive Oil!

Diploma in Diet n Nutrition, BHMS
Homeopath,
Health Benefits Of Olive Oil!

7 reasons why olive oil is so good for you!

Olive oil also known as ‘jaitoon ka tel’ is an essential fruit oil with its origins being mainly in the mediterranean regions. It is utilized for cooking purposes, developing cosmetic products and soaps, for medicinal purposes and as pharmaceutical supplements. The various types of olive oil are virgin olive oil, extra virgin olive oil and pure olive oil. Apart from being a cooking medium, olive oil also has several unique health benefits. Here are some of them:

1. Helps prevent alzheimer’s

Studies have shown that oleocanthal, a polyphenol found in extra virgin olive oil, reduces cognitive decline that comes with ageing including alzheimer’s disease. Polyphenols – powerful antioxidants found in extra virgin olive oil – also help to combat the oxidative stress associated with ageing.

2. Regulates blood sugar levels

Eating extra virgin olive oil as part of a balanced diet may help prevent or delay the onset of diabetes. Extra virgin olive oil helps regulate and balance our insulin levels so that there are no sugar spikes.

3. Moisturizes the skin

Unlike commercial moisturizers that can clog pores and aggravate a current skin condition, olive oil penetrates deeply into the skin while providing a cleansing effect. Try using olive oil at night as a substitute for your regular moisturizer. Apply the oil to your face and neck. Gently pat the skin with a tissue to wipe away any excess oil.

4. Fights ageing

Olive oil contains 3 major antioxidants – vitamin e, polyphenols and phytosterols. Antioxidants when applied topically help protect the skin from premature skin ageing. Vitamin e partly accounts for the anti-ageing benefits of olive oil because it helps restore skin smoothness and protects against ultraviolet light. Hydroxytyrosol, a rather raw compound found in olive oil also prevents free radical damage to the skin.

5. Keeps blood pressure in check

Just as monosaturated fats (mufa’s) can look after the health of your heart, monosaturated fats found in olive oil also contain high amounts of an essential fatty acid (efa) called omega3. Omega3 and mufa keep your heart healthy by helping to lower blood pressure. It is called efa because the body cannot make it by itself and therefore we must get it from food sources.

6. Prevents osteoporosis

There is strong evidence that olive oil helps improve the amount of calcium in the blood which can have a positive effect on bone density, so it may prevent osteoporosis from developing. Olive oil appears to be particularly beneficial when combined with omega3 fatty acids.

7. Helps prevent strokes

Stroke is caused by a disturbance of blood flow to the brain, either due to a blood clot or bleeding. In developed nations, stroke is the second most common cause of death, right after heart disease. After much research olive oil was found to be the only source of mono-saturated fat associated with a reduced risk of stroke and heart disease.

Add olive oil to your diet to reap the many health benefits. Extra virgin olive – the oil from the first pressing of the olive fruit is green and has a full bodied flavour, is best consumed raw, as dressing for salads and dishes, in dips raw, as heating the oil can reduce its benefits. For cooking use pure olive oil which is milder in taste and yellow in colour.

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On what time is the safest time to do intercourse with my partner from her period, what i'm trying to say is, we don't want pregnancy now, but i'm not satisfy with condom, so which time is the correct time to do intercourse in between 1 period to another period time.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
On what time is the safest time to do intercourse with my partner from her period, what i'm trying to say is, we don'...
This method is called" safe period" method and because of failure of method (high failure meaning more chance of pregnancy) it is called unsafe method. Even no condoms there are other methods so meet family planning advisor or gynaecologist and learn. To come to your question in a woman having regular 28 days period safe days are 1-10 and 17-28. Different type of periods need calculations.
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Sex ke kitne month baad pregnancy ka pata chalta hai? I had unprotected sex on 25th February and my last date of period was 26th January. I have not taken any pills Maine 5 days period start hone ka medicine v liya par start nahi hua.

Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery (B.U.M.S)
Unani Specialist, Gaya
Sex ke kitne month baad pregnancy ka pata chalta hai?
I had unprotected sex on 25th February and my last date of peri...
Pregnancy test se yeh clear ho jata hai, its simple, agar aap ne one month miss kar diya period ka to aap ke khud bhi check kar lena chahye, ziyada delay na Karen, aap ne agar unprotected sex 26 jan ko kia hai to 26 feb tak period aa jana chahye tha,
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Hello, I am 22years old woman and I play cricket a lot. So is it okay if I practice during periods? Well, our coach takes up rigorous exercises and there's a lot of strain to body. If I go to practice will my body be affected? Will it cause any problem related to pregnancy later on?

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
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I am 22years old woman and I play cricket a lot. So is it okay if I practice during periods?
Well, our coach t...
Exercise in any form is healthy for everyone and if you remain fit with exercise all the hormones are secreted in proportion and it will help you in getting pregnant in future.
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Human Papillomavirus - Causes And Symptoms Of It!

MBBS, DGO, MRCOG
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Human Papillomavirus - Causes And Symptoms Of It!

HPV or human papillomavirus is a strain of viral infection that is usually passed through skin to skin contact. There are many varieties of HPV although the main focus is one the ones which are usually transmitted through sexual contact. Most sexually active people are infected by this disease although very few develop the full fledged symptoms. 

Symptoms of HPV--
Primary symptoms of HPV are the growth of warts on your body in various stages or in various areas. Some of them are:

  1. Typical common warts - The easiest way to spot an HPV infection is the development of common warts on any parts of the body. They could appear on elbows, hands, feet and fingers. These look like bumps on the skin ad although they aren't usually are painful, itchy but unsightly.
  2. Flat warts - Flat warts tend to be small smooth bumps which are slightly raised skin lesions on the body which can be a little darker in colour. Men usually get this in the beard and face area while women tend to get this on their legs.
  3. Plantar warts - These warts usually grow on the heels or the balls of the feet and are hard grainy growths. These can be painful and even cause discomfort while walking.
  4. Genital warts - This is one of the most obvious and most common symptoms of HPV, especially in the variety which is transmitted through sexual contact. These usually look like small bumps or protrusions on the skin and can be of different shapes. Women can have this on the vulva, vagina or even cervix and men can have this on the penis, scrotum, and adjacent areas. Both men and women can have this on their anus as well.

Causes of HPV--
The primary cause of HPV infections is the intrusion of the virus in your skin through small cuts or abrasions on your skin. Skin to skin contact with an infected person will transfer this to you. However, genital warts are usually transferred from skin to during sexual contact. Even oral sex can transmit HPV and cause lesions in the upper respiratory tract and cause breathing problems as well. Most warts can also be transferred with the contact or touching the wart directly and thus should be avoided.

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

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5 Foods that Fight Water Retention

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
5 Foods that Fight Water Retention

5 foods that fight water retention

Fluid or water retention is a health condition in which there is an excessive buildup of fluids in the body and as a result, the feet swell up the first. While there are medicines which help combat this situation, there also exist foods which act against this situation, hence, should be consumed regularly. Salt should be avoided if you are experiencing water retention.

1. Melons: fruits which have a high content of potassium are good for reducing water retention. It is a good idea to start the day with fruits like melons and citrus fruits.

2. Nuts: nuts have vitamin b6 which works against the bloated feeling one gets when there is water retention.

3. Water: odd it may sound but when your body is dehydrated and in needs water, you can face water retention. In such cases, drink ample water for the swelling to subside. Make sure you drink at least eight glasses of water and enough before going to sleep. If drinking plain water is a pain, then add slices of lemon, mint leaves and grated ginger in the water.

4. Salmon: it is one super food which is loaded with omega-3s that is good for our health and act against water retention. You can also have flax, herring, mackerel, and tuna.

5. Green leafy vegetables: blot fighting goods like watercress, celery, tomatoes, carrots, onions, and peppers should be included in daily diet. It is always a good idea to have a salad during meals.

In case water retention is of long duration, must consult a doctor to rule out any medical problem leading to excessive water retention.

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She have a habit to apply oil over her body before bath .and massage her body .while so she massage her breast too and milk drop started releasing. And she had her period on 27 Dec and got over on 30th Dec and this happen on the 4th of January. Is it all fine or need to consult a doctor.

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Alternative Medicine Specialist, Chandigarh
She have a habit to apply oil over her body before bath .and massage her body .while so she massage her breast too an...
It is fine may be prolactin levels little high, do not squeeze but massage gently, there is a proper way.
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My wife has taken. Medical termination pack kit. 4 months back, after that she is not getting pregnant. What should we do? We have not went for any checkup or treatment after that. Please advice.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
My wife has taken. Medical termination pack kit. 4 months back, after that she is not getting pregnant. What should w...
Pregnancy can occur only one day of cycle the day when woman ovulates and that too if you have unprotected sex around that day. So when you say 4 months it means 4trials. Couple should be patient to wait for 12-24 months. If required then meet Gynecologist or infertility specialist.
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