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Dr. Shalu Wadhawan

MBBS, MD , DNB

Gynaecologist, Delhi

45 Years Experience
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Dr. Shalu Wadhawan MBBS, MD , DNB Gynaecologist, Delhi
45 Years Experience
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My favorite part of being a doctor is the opportunity to directly improve the health and wellbeing of my patients and to develop professional and personal relationships with them....more
My favorite part of being a doctor is the opportunity to directly improve the health and wellbeing of my patients and to develop professional and personal relationships with them.
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Dr. Shalu Wadhawan is a popular Gynaecologist in Ganesh Nagar, Delhi. She has had many happy patients in her 45 years of journey as a Gynaecologist. She has done MBBS, MD , DNB . She is currently associated with Shanti Medical Centre in Ganesh Nagar, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Shalu Wadhawan and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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MBBS - Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi - 1973
MD - Kasturba Medical College - 1999
DNB - Delhi - 1999
Languages spoken
English
Hindi

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We are newly married. We had unprotected sex last week. Can you please suggest me how to avoid pregnancy as we are not looking for pregnancy such quickly.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician,
We are newly married. We had unprotected sex last week. Can you please suggest me how to avoid pregnancy as we are no...
You can try safe period if her cycle is regular but is not very effective. Alternatively, use condom which is not pleasant for most people and and use vagianal pessay like Today or use tabelt for a short period and it has its own disadvantages.
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पालक है सबसे अच्छा

MD - Paediatrics, MBBS
Pediatrician, Faridabad
पालक है सबसे अच्छा

पालक है सबसे अच्छा:

  • दृष्टि सुधारने में मदद करता है | 
  • रोगों से लड़ता है |
  • प्रतिरक्षा प्रणाली को मजबूत बनाता है |
  • पालक फाइबर में उच्च है, तो यह आपको पूर्ण और पाचन में मदद करता है।
  • कैंसर को रोकने में मदद करता है |
  • यह विरोधी भड़काऊ है |
  • उच्च रक्तचाप को कम करता है |
  • स्वस्थ, चमकदार त्वचा को बढ़ावा देता है |
  • हड्डियों को मजबूत करता है |
  • मस्तिष्क और तंत्रिका तंत्र समारोह में मदद करता है |
  • पालक, कोलोरी में कम लेकिन पोषक तत्वों में उच्च है ।
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I am 23 female. I am having hypothyroid and i am taking medicines last 1 month. And i am also having irregular periods (within 20 days. Sometimes normal sometimes abnormal of absence of blood. Is there any problem for my pregnancy? Please help me some suggestions.

CCH, CGO, BUMS
Unani Specialist, Siddharth Nagar
I am 23 female. I am having hypothyroid and i am taking medicines last 1 month. And i am also having irregular period...
U have to schedule your thyroid checkup every three years till normal. Might be increment of dosage would be needed. After that yr menses will become normal and there will no problem in pregnancy so take the medicine for now and after 2 months recheck thyroid.
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Otoplasty - 13 Deformities for which You Can Opt for It

MBBS, MS Surgery
Cosmetic/Plastic Surgeon, Delhi
Otoplasty - 13 Deformities for which You Can Opt for It

Otoplasty is a cosmetic surgery which corrects the deformities or absence of the external ear. Otoplasty originated in ancient India during 800 BC.

When should you opt for an otoplasty?

  1. Cagot ear: This is a defect where there is no ear lobe attached to the ear.
  2. Cat’s ear: In this condition the outer side of the ear is pulled forward. It gives the person a more feline appearance.
  3. Cauliflower ear: This generally occurs when your ear looks like a cauliflower. This is also caused due to hematoma that occurs because of severe trauma.
  4. Cleft earlobe: In this condition, there is a notch on the fleshy part of the earlobe and can be corrected by otoplasty.
  5. Constricted ear: In this condition, some of the cartilage is discarded by surgery and a new one is reconstructed.
  6. Cryptotia: An incision is made and the upper part of the ear is exposed by contraction.
  7. Darwinian ear: This occurs when the rim cartilage of the conchal bone (hollow next to the ear canal) is flat and not folded outwards. The term ‘Darwinian ear’ is derived from the British biologist Charles Darwin.
  8. Lop ear: People who have lop ear generally have a protruding ear with a central depression, producing a more ‘cup ear’ appearance. The helix is enlarged after surgery.
  9. Macrotia: In this situation the ear of the patient is very big as compared to his head. So the surgeon makes incisions on the lateral surface of the pinna (outer ear).
  10. Microtia: In this condition the pinna is extremely small and the whole ear seems much smaller.
  11. Question mark ear: This is a rare defect. There is an indentation between the cartilage and the ear lobe rim. This is also known as Cosman ear.
  12. Scroll ear: The outer edge of the ear protrudes forward in such a condition.
  13. Stahl’s ear deformity: In this condition the outer skin and cartilage folds abnormally giving an ‘elf’ kind of appearance.

Otoplasty is usually done to improve the appearance of the ear in severe cases and it is important to get a recommendation from more than one doctor or more than one ENT specialist before going forward with this procedure.

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How Frequently Should You be Having Sex?

MBBS, F R S T & H London , Fellowship of College of General Practice (FCGP)
Sexologist, Alwar
How Frequently Should You be Having Sex?

It has been espoused in common knowledge that when you have inttercourse with your partner, it makes both of you feel happier, satisfied and contented. This helps bring you closer to each other and results in a stronger and better relationship. Sexual activities have a direct connection to your psychological well-being. However, the number of times you have sex isn’t as important as the quality of the time you spend with your partner.

Stressed out on sex!
Due to modern lifestyle and stress, young couples are increasingly finding it difficult to hit the bed together, thus putting sex on the backburner. Research states most young couples now consider sex as secondary, mechanical and monotonous, which can be kept for a later time. But that is not the sign of normalcy. You don’t need to do it daily, but 2 or 3 times a week is beneficial for a healthy body, mind, and relationship.

Some of the benefits of having regular sex

  1. Sex releases endorphins hormone which reduces stress and also lets you experience euphoria. This makes you feel satisfied and happy during the act and in general with your life.
  2. It is directly related to promoting attractiveness. During sexual intercourse, the body releases pheromones which make you look more attractive to other people.
  3. If you experience orgasms during the activity, you are most likely to have an enhanced life span due to the promotion of better circulation within the body.
  4. Sex acts as an excellent pain reliever due to the release of endorphins.
  5. Sex also helps you to have better control of your bladder by working out the muscles during an orgasm.
  6. It has also been shown to lower the risk of prostate cancer in men.

How much is too much?
These are just a few of the reasons sexologists and health care experts advise you to have intercourse often, at least twice weekly. You don’t need to do it regularly, as over indulgence will have negative effects too. It could also signal the start of problems with sexual addiction. Some of the negative effects of too much sex could be:

  1. It will lead to a detrimental effect on your sexual activity. You will find it difficult to get aroused often.
  2. You experience cramps on your body.
  3. You can experience difficulties in your bowel and urinary functions.
  4. You would be constantly distracted by the thoughts of sex which could lead to sex addiction.

It is best to stay within a limit, have fun with your partner twice or thrice a week and enjoy the health and psychological benefits of this natural marvel. If you wish to discuss any specific problem, you can consult a sexologist.

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My wife is getting abdominal pain one week prior to periods time. Last 3 times happening like that. Is it symptoms to pregnancy? Or some other. Do I need to take check up?

BHMS, MD(AM)
Homeopath, Kota
My wife is getting abdominal pain one week prior to periods time. Last 3 times happening like that. Is it symptoms to...
Its bcoz of weakness. Or hormonal imbalance. Don't need to check up. Should proper intake of calcium & protein in diet & consult with good homeopath for hormonal regulation.
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Some Womens are Gain Weight on their Breast and Hips, After they are started having Sex. What is the reason for that?

MD-Ayurveda, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Sexologist, Haldwani
Some Womens are Gain Weight on their Breast and Hips, After they are started having Sex. What is the reason for that?
Hello- Weight gain is not related with sex. It is related to low physical workout and improper diet including fast foods which leads to hormonal disturbances and slow BMR.
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Is it safe for a 17 year old girl to consume emergency contraceptive pills? If not, what are the side effects associated?

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Is it safe for a 17 year old girl to consume emergency contraceptive pills? If not, what are the side effects associa...
It is better to use some family planning method than emergency pill as it has high hormones and causes temporary imbalance of hormones.
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Dear doctor, I got my period on 05.01.2017. My last period before that was on 23.11.2016. I took an emergency contraceptive pill in December and I didn't get my period that month. It got delayed and I got it on the 5th of January. When are the days I can have unprotected sex now this month without falling pregnant? Kindly let me know please.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
Dear doctor,
I got my period on 05.01.2017. My last period before that was on 23.11.2016. I took an emergency contrac...
Hello, You would be safe during day 2-day 10 and then ideally after day 22 till menses if your cycles are 28-30 days.
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