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Dr. Sadhana Sharma

Gynaecologist, Delhi

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Dr. Sadhana Sharma is a renowned Gynaecologist in Patel Nagar, Delhi. You can meet Dr. Sadhana Sharma personally at Sadhana Medical Centre in Patel Nagar, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Sadhana Sharma on Lybrate.com.

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My wife was pregnant before 15 days. Today she get some bleeding like periods. I am worried. What was it tell me soon.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
My wife was pregnant before 15 days. Today she get some bleeding like periods. I am worried. What was it tell me soon.
Hello, you need to get a transvaginal ultrasound done to rule out any retroplacental haemorrhage asap.
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I am in my 4 th month of pregnancy. Not feeling to eat anything at all. If anyone take the name of food. I feel like vomiting. Hb is 8gm. So worried what shd I do pls suggest. Thanks in advance.

BSc - Food Science & Nutrition, PGD in Sports Nutrition and Dietitics , Diabetes Educator
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
I am in my 4 th month of pregnancy. Not feeling to eat anything at all. If anyone take the name of food. I feel like ...
Hello, Iron transfusion is recommendable in the last trimester.Include dark green leafy vegetables rich in folate and iron ,lotus stem,beetroot,nuts in your daily diet with good levels of vitamin C and protein rich food in your diet.Pregnant females are usually deficit in Haemoglobin,but make sure you cover up enough before your child birth.Get in touch with me for an ideal diet.
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Hi doctor. Me and my boyfriend had intercourse last Sunday. He was not fully into me. But I did not bleed and I had much pain. I'm a virgin. I have pcod. It was just for 30 sec. Is there any chance of pregnancy? Please I'm worried.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist,
Hi doctor. Me and my boyfriend had intercourse last Sunday. He was not fully into me. But I did not bleed and I had m...
You say your boy friend was" not fully" into you, and that you did not bleed. Vagina is the place where the penis gets inserted at sex. Vagina has a outer covering called hymen and this hymen has a central small hole through which the penis passes at sex. While most of the women have bleeding if hymen is torn during sex, some do not have it in some women the hole in the hymen is elastic enough to allow the penis to go beyond it. So even though you may have an intact hymen and no bleeding and your boyfriend has not been" fully into" you, it could be that he has either ruptured your hymen or gone beyond it due to its elasticity. In some men the pre ejaculatory fluid which comes at erection and drops out of the penis when being inserted, it may contain sperms. So there could be a" slim" chance of pregnancy, if such a sperm has been released. But by and large pre ejaculatory fluid doesnot contain sperms and so the chances of the pregnancy are" rare" at the most. The chances of the pregnancy are high if the intercourse has happened in the fertile days if 72 hours have not passed since the intercourse, it may be prudent to take a emergency contraceptive pill for safety. Do not worry. If you are feeling very worried consult a gynecologist.
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Me and my gf had sex on 3 July . She had a pill on same day but still no sign of periods after that . Please advise.

Fellowship In Minimal Access Surgery, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Hyderabad
Me and my gf had sex on 3 July . She had a pill on same day but still no sign of periods after that . Please advise.
Hi lybrate user, ipill is not 100% effective in preventing pregnancy, wait for her period, in case if she misses her period do a urine pregnency test n confirm.
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My left fallopian tube had been removed. Today my ovulation study done day 14 of period Right ovary not show any dominant follicle. Left ovary show 38*35 mm. Endomaterialthickness is 11. 7 and minimal free fluid in POD.

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Ghaziabad
My left fallopian tube had been removed. Today my ovulation study done day 14 of period
Right ovary not show any domi...
If there were active follicle on right side earlier and is not visible now then it can be ovulation on right side but if this is the only Usg then can't predict whether it is due to ovulation or is PID.
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Test thru pregnancy kit, showing positive. Last period occur on 14th Feb. Pls tell when I need to visit to Gyno doctor, immediate or some time left. If after some time pls tell the exact date. I had heard that Folic Acid tablet is given to preg women for first 3 month. Is it true? Pls note that this will be my first ever visit to gyno doctor. Pls reply.

Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
Test thru pregnancy kit, showing positive. Last period occur on 14th Feb. Pls tell when I need to visit to Gyno docto...
Folic acid tablets help to get babies with no defects and mother who does not suffer from anemia first visit should be around 6 weeks and if ultrasound done, heart beat is visible.
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I have 11 days left for my pregnancy for 3 months. I have stopped vomiting. Is there a problem? please suggest me.

Homeopathy, BHMS, Msc dietitics & food service management, PG DHA
Homeopath, Delhi
I have 11 days left for my pregnancy for 3 months. I have stopped vomiting. Is there a problem? please suggest me.
Dear lybrate-user, Every female body reacts differently in pregnancy. It's not necessary to have vomiting throughout pregnancy. So don't worry about that. However get Obstetrician advise and get all the necessary investigation done periodically.
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Miscarriage - 3 Ways It Can Be Prevented!

MS, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Miscarriage - 3 Ways It Can Be Prevented!

The most devastating period for any pregnant women is a miscarriage. This normally happens because of genetic abnormality noticed in the fetus caused due to tripling of a chromosome. This is also called ‘spontaneous abortion’ because the body rejects the random genetic abnormality. Apart from this, there are many other reasons for miscarriage namely blood clotting, deshaped uterus, uterine fibroids, unhealthy cervix and so on. Now, this could lead you to the next question - What can we do to prevent miscarriage?

Time to meet the gynaecologist:
When there is tripling of chromosomes or genetic mismatch, the body actually rejects the fetus, thereby preventing birth of an unhealthy baby. But, if the miscarriage repeats several times, then you have to meet your gynaecologist for further tests and appropriate medical intervention.

Symptoms of miscarriage:
In the normal course, when miscarriage occurs, the women would experience back pain or vaginal bleeding or blood in the vaginal mucus or cramping or abdominal pain. Ironically, sometimes the miscarriage may happen without any of these symptoms. It would get noticed only during routine scanning. However, in the normal course, the chance of a miscarriage is highest before the 12th week. But if miscarriage happens after the 12th week and before the 24th week, then it is called spontaneous abortion. Thereafter, it is known as a ‘still born’ baby.

However, there are some steps that can help women prevent a miscarriage. These steps are briefly explained here.

  • Nicotine retards growth of fetus and it is for this reason the couple should shun smoking, months before they plan pregnancy. This change in lifestyle has remarkable effects in preventing miscarriage. Similarly, caffeine can also be the cause of miscarriage. Therefore, women should regulate their intake of coffee as per the advice given by the gynaecologist.
  • Women suffering from chronic ailments like lupus, problems with thyroid, epilepsy and such other ailments are prone to a miscarriage. Similarly, it is also advisable that women should get tested for STD/HIV because these ailments can cause a miscarriage. Women suffering from such ailments should be under constant medical care.
  • In addition to these, the women should take food rich in vitamins, proteins, Omega-3 and fibres. Further, they should also do physical exercises as per the instructions given by the gynaecologist. One should drink enough water so as to keep oneself sufficiently hydrated. Women must practice meditation, which helps in reducing stress.

The causes of a miscarriage are many; women should discuss about the issues relating to a miscarriage with their gynecologist. This helps them take appropriate preventive steps against this unwanted situation.

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

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