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Dr. Sheetal Sachdeva - Gynaecologist, Delhi

Dr. Sheetal Sachdeva

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DNB (Obstetrics & Gynecology), DGO, MBBS

Gynaecologist, Delhi

18 Years Experience  ·  500 - 1000 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
Dr. Sheetal Sachdeva 88% (80 ratings) DNB (Obstetrics & Gynecology), DGO, MBBS Gynaecologist, Delhi
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Hi friends,<br/><br/>I am Dr Sheetal Sachdeva I am a practicing gynecologist in Delhi, Pitampura....

Hi friends,

I am Dr Sheetal Sachdeva I am a practicing gynecologist in Delhi, Pitampura.

Today I welcome you all to the journey of pregnancy, I am sure one of the happiest moment in the lady's life is when your urine pregnancy test returns positive. There are so many questions which run through your mind, when should I visit to doctor, what all medicines I should be eat in, what all foods to avoid, what all activities to pursue or not pursue. Today I would like to clarify few doubts of yours, let me start you from the time, let's begin from that time actually when you start thinking about starting a family. Once that thought croses your mind you should start your folic acid, should get some basic investigations done with your doctor, avoid the x-rays, eat write, whenever you fall sick tell your attending doctor that you are thinking about starting a family, so the appropriate medicnes are written or avoided. Once you have urine pregnancy positive in front of you then visit your doctor she will advise you folic acid, Folic acid is a vitamin which is supposed to prevent the birth defects in the coming pregnancy. It's good for your baby, it's good for the development of the brain of the baby, after that a few investigation would be done, the your doctor would be giving you some medication for excessive nausea or vomiting, if required. The ultrasound would be done at the appropriate time, we counted the weeks and we count from the first day of your last menstrual period. We know you are never conceive on that day but to standardized the issues, we count weeks from the first day of your last menstrual period. In the first trimester in the fall of visits your doctor would be helping you out with the weight gain as far as the weight gain is concerned there is an average of 1 kg weight gain in the first 3 months. So you don't have to eat too much, eat what you find is appropriate, is present to you avoid outside food, don't eat raw food there is no specified fruit which should be avoided from our side. Coming to the second trimester, the 4th 5th and 6th month of pregnancy you will start feeling the baby's movement. Usually by the end of the fifth month you are able to do so, it's little earlier in the patients you know who have conceived second or the third time, in the first pregnancy you might take a while realizing that these are the baby movements. Your doctor would be advising you appropriate immunizations that would be against tetanus, T-dap and influenza vaccines, Iron and Calcium supplements would be started again as far as the weight gain is concerned there will be an average of 5 kg of weight gain in the middle three months of pregnancy. So eat what is right for you take lot of protein, avoid fats, take appropriate carbohydrates. In the third trimester, that is the 7th 8th and 9th month pregnancy you will start feeling the movements on the better side, so you have to start counting your movements as well, you are the best judge when the movements are lighter or stronger on that day, in case there is any doubt consult your gynaecologist. On an average it's always better to lie on your left or the right side 1 hour after you take your food as an breakfast, lunch and dinner and then perceive your movements, babies are more active after you had your food. You will be continuing with the Iron, calcium supplements or any other medications if required. There is an again an average weight gain of 5 kgs in the third trimester. Now regarding a few issues which sleeping posture to be avoided or promoted you can lie on whichever side you want left or right, in the first three months you can even lie on your tummy, but after that you won't be comfortable doing that. Second, as far as what are the foods to be avoided or eaten? Whatever is palatable to you, take high, good protein, take well cooked home cooked food, avoid food from outside because of the hygiene issues, which activities to pursue you can do basic yoga, you can do basic walk, its always good for you. Pregnancy is not a disease and you should be as active as possible unless and until your doctor advises against it.

I am sure and hopeful that I have cleared that some of your doubts have been cleared and I will happy to help you, I am doctor Sheetal Sachdeva, I will be available at my clinic in Pitampura, Delhi or you can consult me on Lybrate, Lybrate as well.

All the best for your journey.

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Dr. Sheetal Sachdeva is an experienced Gynaecologist in Pitampura, Delhi. She has over 18 years of experience as a Gynaecologist. She studied and completed DNB (Obstetrics & Gynecology), DGO, MBBS . You can consult Dr. Sheetal Sachdeva at Nest Gynae & Ortho Speciality Clinic in Pitampura, Delhi. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Sheetal Sachdeva on Lybrate.com.

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Education
DNB (Obstetrics & Gynecology) - Sir Ganga Ram Hospital - 2007
DGO - Delhi University - 2005
MBBS - Maulana Azad Medical College New Delhi - 2001
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B G Kotwani Best Post Graduate Award - Sir Ganga Ram Hospital
MBBS Silver Medalist
Professional Memberships
Association of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists of Delhi (AOGD)
Federation of Obstetric & Gynaecological Societies of India (FOGSI)
Indian Medical Association (IMA)

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Hi friends,

I am Dr Sheetal Sachdeva I am a practicing gynecologist in Delhi, Pitampura.

Today I welcome you all to the journey of pregnancy, I am sure one of the happiest moment in the lady's life is when your urine pregnancy test returns positive. There are so many questions which run through your mind, when should I visit to doctor, what all medicines I should be eat in, what all foods to avoid, what all activities to pursue or not pursue. Today I would like to clarify few doubts of yours, let me start you from the time, let's begin from that time actually when you start thinking about starting a family. Once that thought croses your mind you should start your folic acid, should get some basic investigations done with your doctor, avoid the x-rays, eat write, whenever you fall sick tell your attending doctor that you are thinking about starting a family, so the appropriate medicnes are written or avoided. Once you have urine pregnancy positive in front of you then visit your doctor she will advise you folic acid, Folic acid is a vitamin which is supposed to prevent the birth defects in the coming pregnancy. It's good for your baby, it's good for the development of the brain of the baby, after that a few investigation would be done, the your doctor would be giving you some medication for excessive nausea or vomiting, if required. The ultrasound would be done at the appropriate time, we counted the weeks and we count from the first day of your last menstrual period. We know you are never conceive on that day but to standardized the issues, we count weeks from the first day of your last menstrual period. In the first trimester in the fall of visits your doctor would be helping you out with the weight gain as far as the weight gain is concerned there is an average of 1 kg weight gain in the first 3 months. So you don't have to eat too much, eat what you find is appropriate, is present to you avoid outside food, don't eat raw food there is no specified fruit which should be avoided from our side. Coming to the second trimester, the 4th 5th and 6th month of pregnancy you will start feeling the baby's movement. Usually by the end of the fifth month you are able to do so, it's little earlier in the patients you know who have conceived second or the third time, in the first pregnancy you might take a while realizing that these are the baby movements. Your doctor would be advising you appropriate immunizations that would be against tetanus, T-dap and influenza vaccines, Iron and Calcium supplements would be started again as far as the weight gain is concerned there will be an average of 5 kg of weight gain in the middle three months of pregnancy. So eat what is right for you take lot of protein, avoid fats, take appropriate carbohydrates. In the third trimester, that is the 7th 8th and 9th month pregnancy you will start feeling the movements on the better side, so you have to start counting your movements as well, you are the best judge when the movements are lighter or stronger on that day, in case there is any doubt consult your gynaecologist. On an average it's always better to lie on your left or the right side 1 hour after you take your food as an breakfast, lunch and dinner and then perceive your movements, babies are more active after you had your food. You will be continuing with the Iron, calcium supplements or any other medications if required. There is an again an average weight gain of 5 kgs in the third trimester. Now regarding a few issues which sleeping posture to be avoided or promoted you can lie on whichever side you want left or right, in the first three months you can even lie on your tummy, but after that you won't be comfortable doing that. Second, as far as what are the foods to be avoided or eaten? Whatever is palatable to you, take high, good protein, take well cooked home cooked food, avoid food from outside because of the hygiene issues, which activities to pursue you can do basic yoga, you can do basic walk, its always good for you. Pregnancy is not a disease and you should be as active as possible unless and until your doctor advises against it.

I am sure and hopeful that I have cleared that some of your doubts have been cleared and I will happy to help you, I am doctor Sheetal Sachdeva, I will be available at my clinic in Pitampura, Delhi or you can consult me on Lybrate, Lybrate as well.

All the best for your journey.

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I feel like pregnant then I do test light line in test. What means it. My period is late. i forgot the lmp.

I feel like pregnant then I do test light line in test. What means it. My period is late. i forgot the lmp.
It means that urine pregnancy test is weakly positive. You should consult a gynaecologist for further management.
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Ovarian Cysts - How Can It Be Treated?

Ovarian Cysts - How Can It Be Treated?

During their reproductive years, women can develop ovarian cysts, which can be described as fluid-packed sacs around their ovaries. Cysts are known to form in a woman’s ovaries during their menstrual cycles and also, through the pregnancy phase. In most cases, women with cysts do not require treatment as they dissolve on their own. However, at times, the cysts could enlarge in size and be the cause of discomfort. In rare cases, they could be cancerous too. Mostly, no symptoms are perceived when they occur. At times, the woman could experience irregular menstrual cycles, bowel-related problems, and pain during intercourse. If you notice these symptoms, visit the doctor for a diagnosis.

As a part of the diagnosis of ovarian cysts, blood tests and ultrasounds are conducted. These tests can help assess whether you are pregnant, have hormone-related problems, or if cancer is suspected.

As per the results, the medical experts will be able to structure your treatment plan. Ovarian cysts can be either functional or non-functional. If they are a part of your menstrual cycle, they are termed as functional (follicle or corpus luteum cysts). On the other hand, if the ovaries have the tendency of forming cysts or they are a result of cancer, they are known to be non-functional in nature.

Treatments for Ovarian Cysts:

In a majority of the cases, no treatment is administered for ovarian cysts. The medical professionals may deem it suitable to treat the abnormality only if the cysts cause any discomfort. Some of the treatment methods for ovarian cysts include the following:

  1. Medications: If the cysts are painful, then your doctor may prescribe birth control pills. They may not prove to be effective in dissolving the cysts but can prevent new cysts from developing. At times, hormonal drugs may be advised to control the functioning of the ovaries and the complete reproductive system.
  2. Surgical Procedures: In some cases wherein the ovaries are large in size or the cysts are causing discomforting symptoms or they do no dissolve over a period of time, a surgery is performed as a part of the treatment plan for ovarian cysts. A surgery may be required in women nearing menopause as the cysts may turn cancerous in them. The doctors may remove the cyst or the ovary, depending on the location, size, and the number of cysts.
  3. Laparoscopy: In case of smaller cysts, your doctor may conduct laparoscopy. As a part of this procedure, a small-sized incision is made around your belly and with the help of minute surgical equipment, including a small-sized camera-mounted tool, the cyst is removed. d. Laparotomy: If your cyst is cancerous, then laparotomy may be considered appropriate. In this procedure, the removal of the ovaries is carried out through a large-sized cut in the belly.

Final Thoughts: Most of the cysts that develop in the ovaries of women are benign. Normally, they dissolve within 30 to 90 days. In some cases, they can rupture and as a result, you may experience pain. During a pelvic exam, the presence of the cysts can be ascertained. Also, ultrasounds are performed to learn whether the ovarian cysts are simple or compound. If they are simple, they are considered benign; in cases of compound cysts, a surgery is required as a part of the treatment. For determining the type of treatment for ovarian cysts in women, their age is taken into consideration. Also, the type, size of cysts, and their appearance on the ultrasounds are considered.

Functional cysts are monitored on a frequent basis and only if they rupture and cause bleeding symptoms, then doctors may perform surgery. As an aftermath of the surgery, the tissue is examined by the pathologists under a microscope, following which the professionals are able to determine the type of cyst.

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

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Recurrent Early Pregnancy Loss - How Can It Be Treated?

Recurrent Early Pregnancy Loss - How Can It Be Treated?

Recurrent pregnancy loss (RPL) is defined as a condition where the woman suffers three or more pregnancy losses consecutively and the miscarriages occur within 20 weeks from the last menstrual cycle of the women. This condition is fairly common in women. Some of the causes that may be responsible for this condition include genetic factors, uterine disorders, hypothyroidism, diabetes, anatomical or cervical conditions, endocrine-related disorders, auto-immune diseases, chronic endometritis, viral infection, ecological conditions, and antiphospholipid antibody syndrome (APS).

As part of the RPL diagnosis, the medical experts will conduct a transvaginal ultrasonography during the early stages of the pregnancy. If the woman is not pregnant, had had two to three pregnancy losses in the past, and is being evaluated for pregnancy loss, the doctors may deem it suitable to conduct parental chromosome testing (karyogram). Also, blood tests may also be carried out to determine blood sugar levels, thyroid-related problems, ovarian dysfunction, and thrombophilia.

Treatment For RPL-

When treating a woman for RPL, the doctors will need to determine the cause of this condition. In cases of congenital thrombophilia and antiphospholipid syndrome, the doctors could prescribe anticoagulants if the woman has suffered recurrent miscarriages. Several studies conducted in the past have shown that through a course of antibiotics, women suffering from chronic endometritis can enjoy a healthy pregnancy. In cases wherein the woman is found to have a karyotypic disorder, she is advised to undergo genetic counseling. During the sessions, the genetic specialist will have a discussion on the type of genetic disorder and the possibility of future pregnancies.

Some couples may also opt for prenatal genetic studies for analyzing the genetic makeup of the fetus. In this procedure, chorionic virus sampling and amniocentesis may be carried out. In cases of chromosomal conditions, when treatment is not available, the in vitro fertilization (IVF) with preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) procedure may be advised. As a part of this treatment, the woman is given shots over a period of some days for eggs to grow in her ovaries. Then, the eggs are obtained through a minor surgery and a sperm is injected into them to enable the embryos to grow. Thereafter, a single cell of the embryo is subjected to biopsy and the genetic disposition is examined. This helps to prevent the transfer of an afflicted embryo. In cases of uterine abnormality, the doctors may conduct a surgery as a part of the treatment.

In cases of thyroid-related issues or diabetes, medicines for treating the respective conditions are prescribed. However, if the patient has antiphospholipid syndrome, they are given drugs to prevent the development of blood clots.

The condition of women who has a history of recurrent pregnancy loss must be monitored closely. Even if they are given proper treatment, the chances of future pregnancy loss cannot be ruled out completely. After each pregnancy loss, the woman may suffer from psychological trauma and she may harbor doubts about her ability to conceive as well. In such cases, they require counseling for helping them in overcoming their grief. Also, recurrent miscarriages can result in the women suffering from coronary heart disease, cardiovascular problems, and ovarian cancer at a later stage. During their later pregnancies, they run the risk of having preeclampsia as well. Moreover, the mortality rates of such groups of women are high.

Unexplained RPL: In cases of unexplained RPL, there are no treatments available. The afflicted groups are given counseling. By doing so, there is around 50 to 60 percent probability of them delivering in their subsequent pregnancy. However, with each pregnancy loss, the woman’s chances of conceiving diminish. Aspirin is not known to be effective in preventing recurrent miscarriages in women. Also, immunotherapy does not meet the desired results. Currently, the drug NT100 is under scrutiny for improving the chances of conception in women with unexplained recurrent pregnancy losses.

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

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Hypertension During Pregnancy - How Can It Be Controlled?

Hypertension During Pregnancy - How Can It Be Controlled?

A certain percentage of women are known to suffer from hypertension when they are pregnant. Such women have blood pressure levels above the acceptable range, that is, 140 / 90. Hypertension during pregnancy may result because of the changes that their body experiences during pregnancy or a history of high blood pressure prior to pregnancy. However, if a woman develops high blood pressure after becoming pregnant, then she is said to be suffering from gestational hypertension.

Some of the leading causes of hypertension during pregnancy are hormone-related imbalances, nutritional deficiencies, age-related factors, and obesity. The risk factors of the condition include genetic considerations, cigarette smoking, and previous pregnancies. During pregnancy, if you are experiencing symptoms such abdominal pain, kidney-related issues, nauseous sensation, ringing in the ears, or liver-related troubles, then getting diagnosed for hypertension is advised. This is because if you have hypertension, the development of the fetus could also be affected. Pregnant women may suffer from different types of blood-pressure conditions, including chronic hypertension, gestational hypertension, and chronic hypertension with preeclampsia, or just preeclampsia.

Controlling Hypertension During Pregnancy:

There are different ways of reducing the blood pressure levels during pregnancy. Some of these include the following:

  1. Body Exertion: During pregnancy, remaining active is extremely important. As a consequence, you can improve your cardiovascular health and also, lower your blood pressure levels. Additionally, this ensures the release of the ‘feel-good’ hormones known as endorphins. They help to keep you in a positive state of mind.
  2. Avoid Alcohol and Tobacco Intake: As a result of smoking tobacco or drinking alcohol, there could be an imbalance in the blood pressure levels. Especially pregnant women, especially those with gestational hypertension, are advised to abstain from these vices.
  3. Anti-hypertensive Drugs: In some cases, your doctor may deem it suitable for you to take blood pressure medications when you are pregnant. He or she will do so after studying your physical condition, even though these drugs are not advised for regular consumption during pregnancy.
  4. Never Miss Prenatal Appointments: Be sure to visit your doctor for regular check-ups to ascertain that your blood pressure levels are within the reasonable range. Also, your weight will be checked during your visits to the healthcare provider. Additionally, urine and blood tests will be conducted to ensure that the situation is under control. The medical professionals will check the fetus’s health as well during the visit. Through ultrasounds, they can monitor your baby’s heart rate and the overall development as per the gestational age.
  5. Controlling Hypertension Before Pregnancy: Prior to becoming pregnant, you can take some measures to keep your blood pressure levels within the normal range.
  6. Nutritious Diet: When planning for pregnancy, you must increase your intake of fresh fruits and vegetables to provide sufficient nutrients to your body. Also, the consumption of potassium-rich foods is advised to reduce the strain on blood vessels and subsequently, monitoring of the blood pressure levels.
  7. Postpone Pregnancy: If you are suffering from obesity, consider delaying your pregnancy. You must keep in mind that a lowering body weight to normal levels can help prevent hypertension during pregnancy. Therefore, at first, you should intensify your weight-loss efforts and only then, plan for pregnancy.

Conclusion: In case you develop hypertension during pregnancy, your medical practitioner may consider it suitable to induce labor prior to your due date for your well being, as well as the health of the fetus. Always work in conjunction with your doctor and carefully consider your options before taking any decisions. It is better to maintain a balanced approach so you do not regret your decisions later. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Gestational Diabetes Management Tips!

Gestational Diabetes Management Tips!

Gestational diabetes is a condition characterized by higher than normal blood sugar levels during pregnancy. The symptoms of this disorder are mild and a blood test has to be conducted as a part of the diagnosis. In all cases, the women should be administered treatment to avoid medical complications associated with it and to be on the safer side. Proper diagnosis is absolutely essential in the case of women with prediabetes or those women who had diabetes prior to pregnancy.

When the insulin receptors fail to function normally, the blood sugar levels may rise. This is known to be one of the causes of gestational diabetes. Post pregnancy, the symptoms of gestations diabetes disappear on their own; however, such patients are an in increased risk of suffering from type 2 diabetes at a later stage. Moreover, children born to mothers with gestations diabetes are at an increased risk of suffering from conditions such as jaundice, diabetes, and certain other health issues.

As a part of gestational diabetes treatment, the expecting mother is advised to consume a nutritious diet, practice a daily exercise regime, and monitor blood sugar levels on a regular basis. Nonetheless, if your blood sugar levels become extremely high, you may be advised to take specific medicines to control it and avoid complications.

The following are some of the treatment methods used to manage gestational diabetes:

  1. Medical Treatment: Under modern medicine, the patients are prescribed antidiabetic drugs and insulin to keep blood sugar levels within the normal range.
  2. Natural treatment: Some of the ways to naturally manage gestational diabetes include the following:
    • Balanced Diet: According to several research studies, an erratic eating schedule can cause diabetes because the functioning of the body gets disrupted. For this reason, consuming a balanced diet becomes extremely important. In fact, eating small meals at an interval of two to three hours is recommended by the nutritional experts. Consequently, the body becomes accustomed to metabolizing the nutrients and blood sugar imbalances are avoided as well.
    • Exercise Regime: If you are suffering from gestational diabetes, then maintaining a regular exercise regime is beneficial. At the start, you can exert the body for 30 minutes and gradually, increase the time limit. Only the low-impact exercises such as swimming and walking are advised. However, be sure to consult your doctor beforehand.
    • Fiber-rich Diet: The intake of foods that are rich in fiber such as whole grains and flaxseeds is advised for women with gestational diabetes. This nutrient helps balance the insulin levels within the body by regulating the activity of the insulin receptors. During pregnancy, women are advised to increase their consumption of fiber-rich foods anyway to improve their cardiovascular and digestive health. However, the positive effect of fiber-rich foods on insulin receptors is crucial during the onset of gestational diabetes.
    • Additional Dietary Recommendations: During the gestational diabetes recovery period, foods that are sources of vitamin D (such as tofu, salmon, and mushrooms) must be consumed as they foster the growth of healthy bacteria in the gut and helps to have a healthy pregnancy. Other foods that pregnant women with gestational diabetes can benefit from include foods rich in vitamin C and proteins. Also, foods that come under the category of complex carbohydrates must be consumed. Moreover, women with gestations diabetes should abstain from sugar-rich foods.

Conclusion: On a concluding note, you should note that the above treatments for gestational diabetes should be practiced only after a thorough discussion with the doctor. Keep in mind that during pregnancy you have to adopt a precarious approach; by doing so, you can prevent you and your baby from getting adversely affected. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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I got withdrawal bleeding my withdrawal bleeding stopped within a day we had next day sex will become pregnant.

I got withdrawal bleeding my withdrawal bleeding stopped within a day we had next day sex will become pregnant.
Hi. There is never a totally safe period to avoid pregnancy, do take emergency contraception. All the best.
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I have no single symptoms of pregnancy but I missed a period it means I am pregnant? Please tell me abortion methods at home please.

I have no single symptoms of pregnancy but I missed a period it means I am pregnant? Please tell me abortion methods ...
Hi. First do a urine pregnancy test, according to that decide further action. Unfortunately there are no home remedies for abortion, visit a Dr. if you land in such a situation, you are precious. All the best.
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I am writing this for my mother. She was diagnosed as simple hyperplasia without atypia. She is on treatment on medroxyprogesterone acetate since 2 months. Last month and this month she got her periods on correct dates with normal bleeding. But after 10 days of last menstrual cycle. What is the cause for this bleeding? Should we need to stop the medication?

I am writing this for my mother. She was diagnosed as simple hyperplasia without atypia. She is on treatment on medro...
Hi. You should not stop medicine. If your mom has repeat episode of bleeding, then don't worry, first contact your attending Dr, she may increase the dose of meds or alter them as needed. Don't panic, all the best.
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My period is late .I have pimples from 7 yrs. I have blackness in my neck. Scan report said that I have pcos. I am having my period only after 10 days of date. I'm married too.

My period is late .I have pimples from 7 yrs. I have blackness in my neck. Scan report said that I have pcos. I am ha...
Hi. What you seem to have is acanthosis nigricans, but it should be confirmed by clinical examination by gynaecologist. It is one of the indicators of pcos. Do not gain weight, walk for 20 min after meals. Get your hormones checked and then decide line of treatment. All the best.
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