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Dr. Sarala Sharma

Gynaecologist, Delhi

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Dr. Sarala Sharma is a renowned Gynaecologist in Sangam Vihar, Delhi. You can visit her at R K Hospital in Sangam Vihar, Delhi. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Sarala Sharma on Lybrate.com.

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I have pcos but thin lean body n amenorrhea since 5 months. I have started ayurvedic medicines since a month. How much time would it take for periods getting regular n I hv underdeveloped mammary glands too. I am 21 YEARS. HELP!

MD Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Ahmedabad
I have pcos but thin lean body n amenorrhea since 5 months. I have started ayurvedic medicines since a month. How muc...
PCOS may not be very effectively treated by ayurveda, but u may try for 3 months.. Bach flower therapy practised by a few naturopaths has been effective. Sinceu r lean, i cant even advice u to loose weight.. When u marry and want to concieve, u should treat PCOS more aggresively by allopathy. Breast size is a genetic issue.. you can go for breast impants if it worries u
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I am suffering pain in right testicle from 1 year. In starting period I consulted with doc and he advised me to do USG and result was negative. Again I have consulted with doc and he advised same and USG report are showing mild hydrocele in right testicle. Doctor has advised me to go for surgery. But I would want to go for it. Could it cure by medicine or any other way? I always feel little pain and burning sensation in right testicle. I would be great if I will get right suggestion from great Doctor panel. Thanks in advance.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Sexologist, Delhi
I am suffering pain in right testicle from 1 year. In starting period I consulted with doc and he advised me to do US...
surgery is the last option but before that you can try ayurvedic medicines. in early stage these medicines works very good.. take ERAND PAK 10gm with lukewarm milk, VRIDDHI BADHIKA VATI 2 tablets, KANCHNAR GUGGUL 2 tablets.. take all these medicines twice a day, wear tight underwear..
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I want to postpone periods but taking medicine for epilepsy too. PLease guide me which medicine I have to take if want periods to delay 4 days?

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
I want to postpone periods but taking medicine for epilepsy too. PLease guide me which medicine I have to take if wan...
There are hormonal drugs for same but any drug can be prescribed by only doctor who has examined you or can examine you so go to such medical practitioner.
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5 bizarre sex accidents that has happened to real people

Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery (B.U.M.S)
Sexologist, Chennai
5 bizarre sex accidents that has happened to real people

5 bizarre sex accidents that have happened to real people

These sex accidents have actually happened to real people.

Sex is supposed to be fun, exciting and even relaxing, but sometimes, things might not go as planned.

Things can go wrong when people try to experiment or take risks without being sensible about it. Below are 5 sex accidents that have actually happened to real people.

Vaginal cuts - Small tears or cuts in the vagina are the most common sex accident and it is the direct result of rough sex, without proper lubrication.

Broken penis - Although there aren't actually any bones in the penis, it can still be broken. The condition is known as penile fracture and it occurs when the erect penis sustains the extreme force. A cracking or popping sound, immediate loss of erection, swelling, bruising and deep pain are the most common symptoms of a penile fracture. As embarrassing as it might be for some men, the solution is to rush to the hospital, waiting can result in deep scarring that can alter the shape of the penis and is much harder to treat.

Wrong lubricant - There is only one thing that should ever be used as lubricant during sex - that is a lubricant. Using other substances such as Vaseline, baby oil, cooking oil or toothpaste can result in serious rushes, genital infection for both partners and even poisoning. Check the labels of over-the-counter lubricant as you should also avoid ingredients

Blocked rectum - Far from being an urban myth, this is a highly common and equally embarrassing sex accident. During sexual experimentation, people have inserted all sorts of objects, including candles in their rectum. Depending on the softness of the object, it might be possible for doctors to remove it without causing too much damage. But in extreme cases, it can cause rupture of the anus area.

Blocked vagina - Another point of entry for sexual creativity and experimentation is the vagina. Cell phones, cans, and bottles have been recovered from women's vaginas in various hospitals around the globe.

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By mistake sperm sticking to my fingers get into my gf vagina is there any risk of pregnancy.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
By mistake sperm sticking to my fingers get into my gf vagina is there any risk of pregnancy.
Once sperm comes into direct contact with air, it is dry and dead and cannot travel to fertilize an egg. Sperm cannot come back to life once it has dried on the hand, even if it get wet. She can not get pregnant as there was no penetration nor any sperms gone inside the vagina. For getting pregnant enough sperms has to be deposited inside the vagina.
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FICOG, Training in IVF , MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
You may feel sexually more attracted towards your partner in the third month of pregnancy because of the increased energy levels and blood circulation to your genitals. Also, it is perfectly safe to continue to have sex during pregnancy.`
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Hi. I have endometriosis and was suffering from infertility frm 3 years. I went IVF treatment this month, 23rd they did egg retrieval and doctor informed me that I have OHSS (bilateral enlarged ovaries) Please assist what foods to be taken for my ovaries to get back to normal.

MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
You should take protein rich diet. You can take protein shakes. Drink electrolyte balanced fluids like ors. Coconut water, neebu pani add extra salt to your food do light exercises.
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Postpartum Menstrual Pain - Common Causes Behind it!

MBBS, DNB (Obstetrics and Gyneacology), FNB Reproductive Medicine
Gynaecologist, Hyderabad
Postpartum Menstrual Pain - Common Causes Behind it!

Having a child is one of the best things that can happen to a woman. While giving birth to a child is a very happy scenario, something called ‘postpartum menstrual pain’ can act as a damper. Postpartum menstrual pain occurs during the first period post-delivery. To understand it in a better way, here is a detailed overview that should help you out:

Period after childbirth
Periods usually return after 7-8 weeks of the delivery, provided there is no breast feeding. If you breast feed, then the timing of the period can vary. In some cases, a woman misses out on her periods for the entire duration of breast feeding; whereas in others, the period returns irrespective of whether she is breast feeding or not.

Once the periods start post-delivery, tampons are recommended against. Women who are breastfeeding don’t usually have their periods due to hormonal changes in the body. Hormones that induce periods are suppressed by the hormones which are responsible for the production of breast milk. The entire process of ovulation gets suppressed, thus leading to the absence of menstruation.

Difference in periods
Once your periods begin after the delivery, it will be different from the ones you have had before childbirth. As the body adjusts to the menstruation process post childbirth, one generally experiences the following symptoms:

  1. Stronger cramps
  2. Heavy menstrual flow
  3. Formation of small blood clots
  4. Pain during periods

Postpartum menstrual pain happens because of the following reasons:

  1. Pain in the vagina: The childbirth process may lead to swelling and stinging in the vagina. Painful periods will persist till the swelling subsides.
  2. Contractions of the uterus: Post childbirth uterus contractions are common as it comes back to its regular size; this may be a source of the pain.
  3. Breast feeding: Breast feeding can also trigger menstrual pain as it results in the release of ‘oxytocin’, which causes contractions in the uterus.

This problem of painful periods doesn't last longer. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a gynaecologist.

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