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Dr. Seema Agarwal

DGO, MBBS

Gynaecologist, Delhi

36 Years Experience
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Dr. Seema Agarwal DGO, MBBS Gynaecologist, Delhi
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Dr. Seema Agarwal is a trusted Gynaecologist in Madhu Vihar, Delhi. She has helped numerous patients in her 36 years of experience as a Gynaecologist. She is a qualified DGO, MBBS . You can meet Dr. Seema Agarwal personally at Agarwal Polyclinic & Lab in Madhu Vihar, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Seema Agarwal and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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DGO - Ganesh Shankar Vidyarthi Memorial Medical College - 1987
MBBS - Ganesh Shankar Vidyarthi Memorial Medical College - 1982
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English
Hindi

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Hi doctor, I was drunk had sex with my bf on Wednesday night and then next day Thursday itself by afternoon 12 I did took ipill. Is there any chances of pregnancy as I am really scared. Out of few symptoms I did see that I feel sleepy and I am eating a lot more than my regular diet.

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Hi doctor, I was drunk had sex with my bf on Wednesday night and then next day Thursday itself by afternoon 12 I did ...
There is very fewer chances for you to get pregnant as you have taken ipill within 72 hours. BUt wait till your perids come. And if they are delayed then after 5 days of expected date you can go for a pregnancy test.
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I am a 27 years old female. I am facing a major problem. Last two month my husband and I conceived but I am having no positive sign. My weight is 85kg and height 5'7' I am afraid of it. Please suggest.

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I am a 27 years old female. I am facing a major problem. Last two month my husband and I conceived but I am having no...
Hello, With each cycle there are only 15 % chances of one getting pregnant naturally so please be patient and keep trying naturally.
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I miss my periods. I take morning pill on 14 april then I have light bleeding on 21 april. Last time my period on 3 april and I also do home urine test it shows negative but my periods still not come.

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I miss my periods. I take morning pill on 14 april then I have light bleeding on 21 april. Last time my period on 3 a...
Dear lybrate user probably you are having secondary amenorrhoea there can be several cause for it but it needs to be ruled out on basis of pathological reports. It can also be post pills effect, severe illness, stress, emotional disturbances and so on. However homeopathy has answers for all its variants. For now please use pulsatilla 200 c twice for 5 days and revert back.
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Sir/Mam My gf Nd me have done unprotected sex few weeks earlier. And now she missed her periods. She has done pregnancy test via prega test kit. And it seems negative. But she done that test in afternoon. It is correct or test should only be done in Morning time. I'm confused Please suggest.

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Just repeat the test in a proper diagnostic lab if it is confusing for you. The home pregnancy kits are not always reliable. Since she has already missed her periods you should do this on a priority basis.
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Planning for a baby. Did follicular study. On 11th day of my period size of rt ovary 34×28 mm, left ovary size is 21×16 mm and endo thickness is 15 mm. Please advise on chances of getting pregnant.

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Planning for a baby. Did follicular study. On 11th day of my period size of rt ovary 34×28 mm, left ovary size is 21×...
Hello, how ant follicles were present in each ovary and which was the largest among them. please mention the size of teh follicle .
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Any chance of pregnancy after intercourse on 5th day of Menstruation? Is it suggestible to have a contraceptive pill to avoid any unwanted pregnancy, as we haven't planned for it now. Early response would be appreciated and thankful.

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Any chance of pregnancy after intercourse on 5th day of Menstruation? Is it suggestible to have a contraceptive pill ...
No pregnancy chances on 5th day of menses. And avoid unwanted 72 as much as possible as it is extremely harmfull for your hormones.
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When and how to take an ipill? What are the side effects of ipill? I am 21 years old. Please reply.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
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When and how to take an ipill? What are the side effects of ipill? I am 21 years old. Please reply.
It is only for emergency, it is not family planning method. To be used in case of emergency as early as possible after intercourse not later than 72 hours.
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Hi doc. I'm 25 yrs, 112 kgs, 155 cm height. I have PCOD, got continuous bleeding over 3 months, and have taken medications. My doc advised me to undergo Bariatric surgery. But I'm very much confused and depressed about doing surgery and all. I'm not interested too. And one Doctor advised me to follow Paleo diet or a good protein diet for weight loss. I need a true guidance in this moment, I'm really very much worried and depressed about my body. Please doc help me.

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Hi doc. I'm 25 yrs, 112 kgs, 155 cm height. I have PCOD, got continuous bleeding over 3 months, and have taken medica...
Hello, Bariatric surgeries are only entertained unless you have some severe troubles in managing other metabolic issues. It should probably used as the last resort and the point to make is it should never be taken as cosmetical procedure,but a life saving procedure. Get in touch with me privately and will help you with a proper recommendation. Unfortunately bariatric surgeries are used as shortcuts to lose instantly.
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7 Do’s and Don’ts of Jogging

Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT), Bachelor of Physical Therapy
Physiotherapist, Hyderabad
7 Do’s and Don’ts of Jogging
7 Do’s and Don’ts of Jogging

Exercises like jogging give great benefits during the cold weather, provided they are done in the correct way. Jogging not only keeps you active throughout the day by increasing your energy level, but also helps you in maintaining your shape even if you consume some extra calories when the weather is relatively pleasant or colder than usual like it is during winters. Read on to find out the do’s and don’ts of jogging.

Do’s

1. Wear thin and loosely woven clothing
Opt for clothes made of thin synthetic material while jogging. This is because this type of material is beneficial in absorbing the sweat from your body. Additionally, you can wear an outer layer of nylon, to ensure that you remain protected from the wind and precipitation, besides maintaining the heat balance of your body. Never wear cotton while jogging as it does not absorb sweat and leaves you with a wet feeling.

2. Cover your hands and feet properly
The heat possessed by your body escapes mostly through your hands and feet (as much as 30% of heat is released by them). So, make sure to cover your hands and feet with running gloves and socks during jogging when the cold is mild, and with mittens when the temperature further decreases. Wear wicking sock liners underneath your woollen socks to soak the moisture generated while running.

3. Maintain your regular fluids intake
Irrespective of the type of weather, your body loses fluids in the form of sweat while jogging. In addition to this, the chilly air of the winter increases the chances of dehydration. So, keep yourself hydrated during, before and after jogging by drinking enough water or sport drinks.

4. Warm up
It is necessary to stretch out a bit before jogging to wake up your tired muscles. So, before starting your daily jogging regime make sure that you get a bit of physical activity.

Don’ts

1. Stay in damp clothes
Getting wet from rain or sweat while jogging on a cold day, increases your chances of developing hypothermia by decreasing the body temperature further. Immediately change your clothes if they are wet and turn on your heater to warm yourself.

2. Overdress
Never dress in a way that makes you feel warm and comfortable before starting to jog. This is going to make you feel warmer as your movements increase, and in turn results in more sweating or discomfort.

3. Forget to cover your head
It may be an astonishing fact, but your body actually loses 40% of its heat through the head. So, never make the mistake of leaving your head bare before stepping outside to jog in the winter. You can wear a hat, woollen cap or a scarf during this time to protect your head.

CAUTION: Jogging at a slower pace is a low impact exercise as compared to running. Research has shown that jogging at slow speed is better than running because of lower impact on foot, ankle, knee and hip joints. However if you have any medical conditions then you should discuss with your medical practitioner to know if jogging is safe for you.

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