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Dr. Shika

Gynaecologist, Delhi

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I pride myself in attending local and statewide seminars to stay current with the latest techniques, and treatment planning....more
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Dr. Shika is a popular Gynaecologist in Dwarka Sector-1, Delhi. You can visit him/her at Life Line hospital in Dwarka Sector-1, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Shika and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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I always feel wetness in my vagina. I scared to think about sex. I feel I am not a normal person. Nd after marriage I can not handle the physical relationship.

MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, MBBS, Post Doctoral Fellowship in Reproductive Medicine, Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery
Gynaecologist, Pune
Why so much of apprehension. Bit thinking of sex in itself is a sexual thought. Just relax n let life flow as it wants. Don't be in stress.
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Hi my period has not come and it is 37 th day upt is negative and bhcg is 5.62 could I still be pregnant.

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
Hi my period has not come and it is 37 th day upt is negative and bhcg is 5.62 could I still be pregnant.
There are less chances of you being pregnant better take a gynecological consultation and get properly examined.
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My husband iz 24 years old v r planning for baby but my husband iz a frequent smoker wil it cause any problem to get me pregnant.

BHMS
Homeopath, Surat
My husband iz 24 years old v r planning for baby but my husband iz a frequent smoker wil it cause any problem to get ...
If you are planning for pregnancy and do not get result then go for your husband's Semen analysis test. As smoking is directly related to low sperm count.
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7 Reasons Why You Should Stop Chewing Gum

Masters In Nutritional Therapy, Diploma In Diet & Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Nagpur
7 Reasons Why You Should Stop Chewing Gum

Do you love chewing gum? You love popping it and get a kick when chewing gum with friends. You think it’s a style statement and a cool thing to do. Above all, you think it’s only for fun and is harmless! Well, this article may be an eye opener for you. Here are some facts about chewing gum that can change your thinking.

  1. Chewing gum has been a favourite snack for millions of people, especially children and adolescents. Besides the sweetness, people like it for its flavour. Many people also use it as a replacement for a food craving. One fact that refrained many from consuming chewing gums was that it was loaded with sugar. However, with ever-growing awareness about consumption of sweetened products, the companies have now started offering sugar-free gum to health-conscious people which are made using artificial sweeteners.
  2. The artificial sweetener most commonly used in chewing gums is aspartame whose components metabolizes into wood alcohol and formaldehyde in the body. Both have carcinogenic properties and the body is unable to eliminate them through normal waste. These have been linked to cancers, birth defects and weight gain.
  3. Some tooth whitening gums contain an ingredient called Titanium Dioxide. This gives the chewing gum its glossy white color. It is a dangerous compound linked to many disorders including auto immune disorders, crohn’s disease, asthma and cancer.
  4. Gastrointestinal problems are quite common among chewing gum consumers. The symptoms include pain and cramps in abdomen, indigestion and diarrhea. Irritable bowel syndrome has been found to be associated with chewing gum eaters as chewing gum can lead to swallowing of excess air and changing of bowel habits.
  5. Dentists strongly recommend staying away from chewing gum habit, as it can be a cause of tooth decay. Chewing gum may also release mercury from Dental fillings into the system causing host of problems.
  6. Recent research has established a link between eating chewing gum and headache and migraines. It is believed that chewing gum puts an undue pressure on temporomandibular joint causing headaches. It can also lead to pain and lack of mobility in the jaw, causing an inability to chew meals. This is called temporomandibular joint disorder and is commonly found among chewing gum lovers.
  7. A chewing gum base is made from a combination of chemicals and non-edible substances. We generally chew it for flavour and throw the rest. However, the compounds do get stuck to the linings of the mouth and enter our system. A chewing gum adds no nutritive value and diminishes a person’s ability to chew and eat normally. For its far-reaching side effects, this habit is a big no to keep. Stay safe!
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I am having pcos and slightly thyroid and I am taking medicines of metformin, folic acid, APCOD obis. Some times I feel nausea in normal and vomiting in empty stomach. Is there anything serious.

MBBS, DGO, FGO
Gynaecologist, Jalandhar
I am having pcos and slightly thyroid and I am taking medicines of metformin, folic acid, APCOD obis. Some times I fe...
Nausea may be due to metformin you are taking, nothing serious, just take along with meals and never on empty stomach
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Dear Doctor, We made a pregnancy Test for Beta - Human Chorionic gonadotropin Hormone and it's Result is 1126.9 mIu/mL. Could you tell me the pregnancy date or days gone? Please suggest healthy baby precautions? Thanks.

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics & Gynecology, Fellowship in Infertility (IVF Specialist)
Gynaecologist, Aurangabad
Dear Doctor, We made a pregnancy Test for Beta - Human Chorionic gonadotropin Hormone and it's Result is 1126.9 mIu/m...
Hi lybrate user congratulations it's positive pregnancy report. Exact weeks of gestation can not be commented depending on bhcg value. Get a ultrasound done to confirm weeks of gestation. Avoid sexual relations, avoid outside street food, avoid lifting weights. Eat healthy balance diet. Drink plenty of water.
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I hav a 28 days cycle, had my periods on 1 st March aftr dat on several occasions had sex but every time v both had clothes on. There was pressing of penis on vagina part.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
I hav a 28 days cycle, had my periods on 1 st March aftr dat on several occasions had sex but every time v both had c...
You can not get pregnant as there was no penetration nor any sperms gone inside the vagina. For getting pregnant sperms has to be deposited inside the vagina. Even though sperms are good swimmers, they die immediately in contact with air. And also they need a medium to swim. So don't worry, sperms can not go to vagina through pant on. Menses can get delayed by hormonal changes also.
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Pain & Depression Due To Endometriosis - How To Deal With It?

M.R.C.O.G. (LONDON) Gold Medalist, MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology , MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Pain & Depression Due To Endometriosis - How To Deal With It?

The woman’s reproductive system is an extremely complex one. The uterus which is the main organ with its appendages helps in conception, pregnancy, and childbirth by undergoing marvellous changes. The uterus measures just about 7.5 x 4.5 in a normal woman and expands to accommodate a full-term baby within her during gestation.

The uterus is lined with smooth muscles, and due to unknown reasons, this lining material could be found in other parts of the pelvic organs. This condition is known as endometriosis and is one of the main causes of pelvic pain. Most women suffer through it, and it mostly gets diagnosed when some other issue is being investigated.

For women with endometriosis, there are mainly two issues to deal with i.e. pain and depression.

Pain: While the pain per se is one issue, the way it affects daily normal life is another thing to be considered. For the pain to minimally affect routine life, the following are effective ways.

  1. Exercise: Anything that you prefer like swimming, jogging, dancing, aerobics, cycling. This will help in stress management and pain relief.
  2. Rest: Get adequate rest of 8 to 9 hours per night. On severely painful days, go ahead and sleep for a couple of hours extra.
  3. Stress management: Whether through yoga or meditation or music, learn to manage stress better. Nobody is without stress but managing it is the key.
  4. Eat healthy and fresh: Whole grains, fresh fruits and vegetables, increased fibres are definitely useful. Reduce whites including sugar, salt, and dairy products if possible.
  5. Social life: Stay connected with people whose company you enjoy – be it family or friends, or even counsellor if required.
  6. Speak up: Let your close circle of friends at work know your problem, so they can help when you need it the most.

Depression and mood swings can be managed in the following ways.

  1. Do what makes you happy: There are some activities which will definitely make you feel better. A quiet walk to get some fresh air. Watching a dance video. Listening to your favourite soundtrack. Changing body language to one without stopped shoulders and frowning foreheads can make a big difference.
  2. Focus on the good: Writing down or thinking about what went well for the day can cheer you up and overcome the blues that is so common in women with endometriosis.
  3. Positive thinking: Instead of saying, I can not try saying I will try. It makes a BIG difference, and you will be amazed at the results.
  4. Keep happy company near you: Surround yourself with happy, positive people and see your happiness quotient go up!!!

Endometriosis is definitely an enigma that is not well known, understood, or identified. However, the above are definitely useful way to cope with it. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Dear. Next weak I will marry. One question in my mind that I want to know that my fiyance is virgin or not. What will be there in the first night I don't know. Please tell me what symptoms of virginity break. How I will come to know that she is virgin. What will I do at first time that I come to know that she is virgin. How much blood will be there? And how tight will be vagina that indicate virginity. I never had sex before. Her age is 20. Please tell me.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Patna
If you don't trust your partner, you better leave her at this point only. You want to check virginity after marriage. To ruin her life ,if your doubts are not cleared. There is no test to check virginity in male or female.
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