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Dr. Shweta Jain

Gynaecologist, Delhi

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Dr. Shweta Jain is a popular Gynaecologist in Rohini Sector 3, Delhi. You can visit her at Jaipur Golden Hospital in Rohini Sector 3, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Shweta Jain and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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Adolescent Behavior - Tips To Help You Manage It!

MBBS, MD - Aerospace Medicine, Eular Certification in Rheumatology
General Physician, Pune
Adolescent Behavior - Tips To Help You Manage It!

Upon reaching adolescence, children's bodies undergo several changes and so do their minds. It is then that their minds are most, as well as least impressionable. And the daunting question regarding the upbringing of an adolescent is how to treat their constantly changing behavior?

Here are some of the tantrums adolescents more commonly throw, and what should ideally be your approach to it:

  1. Your child seems to hate you: It is very common for a phase of emotional exclusionism to prevail between 16-17 years of age approximately. And the worst thing you could do is heighten that emotion by returning the hatred. Make sure you're firm against any extremely unacceptable behavior, but at the same time, show them that you're there for them no matter what.
  2. Electronic devices become the center of their attention: Whenever you want to have an earnest conversation with your children, their attention seems to be drawn solely to their phones and computers. They feel the need to be connected to their friends and all times. Ways to monitor that are by setting limit to the maximum hours spent on devices or making them pay their own bills, which will make them more responsible rather than splurging unnecessarily. Also, if your child is not entirely secluded from the family, it is probably best not to interfere all the time.
  3. Ignoring the curfew: Your kids often stay out later than the set limit. But it is quite possible that your curfew is unreasonable when compared to other parents' curfew. Find out what the average time limit is; it may prevent your child from bearing a grudge against you. In case they still fail to respect your curfew, make sure you spill out to them what the consequences can be, like being grounded for a week. However, in certain cases, your child may be spending time doing nothing constructive, but away from home. There may be something else going on, find out what that is.
  4. Being friends with the wrong people: Sometimes it might happen that you think some children do not have a good influence on your child, but you cannot say that directly because adolescents tend to get very defensive about their choice of friends. Unless the adolescent is doing something harmful with the friend, like using drugs, let him exercise his choice. Otherwise, don't hesitate from seeking professional help to counsel your child.
  5. Being over-dramatic: Every emotion is heightened in your child and you cannot tell them that what they are whining or being overjoyed about are trivial, because that's their prime focus then. Let them realize on their own how irrational they sound or else you may risk spoiling your relation with them. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a General Physician.
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The Ayurvedic Way of Removing Toxins From The Body!

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), MD - Alternate Medicine
Ayurveda, Karnal
The Ayurvedic Way of Removing Toxins From The Body!

The body is in a constant state of metabolism, which produces toxins or waste substances that need to be removed. Not removing them can affect the efficiency of the whole body system and result in various diseases.
Ayurveda believes that an individual’s well-being and overall health are the results of balance maintained between the three body fluids (pitta, Vata, and Kapha). Regular detoxification helps in restoring balance and thereby preventing diseases.

Read on to know some of the most effective detox methods from Ayurveda.

  1. Fasting: One of the best ways to clear the body of accumulated toxins is fasting. Fasting for shorter periods at regular intervals (like a chosen day of the week every week) is preferred. The overall benefits are reduced gas, fresher breath, mental clarity, overall well-being, and detoxification. You can choose to fast with only fruits, only water, only light foods, or complete fast depending on your body.
  2. Panchakarma massage: There are structured massage programs using essential oils and last for 4 days. There is a simple dietary regimen to be followed which washes the digestive system thoroughly and flushes out toxins through the colon.
  3. Detox programs: Ayurveda has detox programs of varying periods from daily to 4 days to 45 days. The salient features of these detox programs would be the same. There is a reference to ama which is the undigested residue from food that is present in the colon. During any of the detox program, the objective is to remove the ama, which is believed to be the causative factor for all digestive diseases.
    1. Eat at the same time every day, with complete attention on the food
    2. Do not fast or skip meals
    3. Eat only if you are hungry, after the previous meal has completely digested
    4. Do not eat to your full capacity
    5. When at your table, give 2 minutes before eating and 2 minutes after finishing the meal
    6. The lunch should be the main meal, with lighter meals at breakfast and dinner
    7. Eat warm, fresh, light vegetarian foods like roti, daal, whole grains, and vegetables.
    8. Sleep well, as your body requires more sleep during this process
    9. Hydrate yourself with warm water and/or teas to help flush out toxins
    10. Develop a regular light exercise regimen, which will improve digestion and eliminate wastes
    11. Try massage like Abhyanga followed by a warm shower

With these simple steps, see yourself detoxed and healthy with renewed vitality and energy. These are preferred to be done at the change of season to a colder one so that the body is rid of the toxins and fresh to take on the season. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an Ayurveda.

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Having the problem of irregular periods so I am taking krimson 35 as prescribed by the doctor. I want to know that for how many days in a month I have to take the pills as it contains 21 pills in one strip and when to start it again after periods. Please reply.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
Having the problem of irregular periods so I am taking krimson 35 as prescribed by the doctor. I want to know that fo...
First pill to be taken on 4th day of your cycle and take it for 21 days and stop it and wait for the periods to come on its own and than if advised than repeat same thing in next cycle
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We did 1st time sex on 20 April, she took an ipill within 2 hours. She got her period on 17 may. Then we did sex on 20th June and she took an ipill within 2 hours. She got light bleeding on 26th for 3 days. She got her normal period on 26 June. She also done UPT after 45 days of sex, it comes negative. But she is noticing that her breast size has increased. Is there any chance of pregnancy? Or is it ipill side effects?

MBBS, DGO, MD, Fellowship in Gynae Oncology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
We did 1st time sex on 20 April, she took an ipill within 2 hours. She got her period on 17 may. Then we did sex on 2...
Hello, if you want to confirm whether she is pregnant or not, then get a beta hcg test done. Also do not use i-pill every month rather use emergency contraceptive pills. I-pill is for emergency purpose only.
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I had unprotected sex on 7th day of my periods which was 9th April and took ipill the next day within 12 hours however I started bleeding on 15th April and its the third day and still bleeding so I am unsure if it is my periods or it's bleeding because of ipill. I am very worried so please help.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Sexologist, Jodhpur
I had unprotected sex on 7th day of my periods which was 9th April and took ipill the next day within 12 hours howeve...
it is side effects of pill..avoid excessive use. .you will be fine in few days..your cycle may get disturbed but will be on track in couple of months
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Breast Reduction Risks and Safety

MCh - Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
Cosmetic/Plastic Surgeon, Bangalore
Breast Reduction Risks and Safety

While the complaint of being born flat chested is faced by a number of women, there are a few women who have very heavy breasts. Over the time, large breasts have been linked with a number of health problems such as backaches, neck pain, numbness in the fingers and shortness of breath. Thus, it is not only for cosmetic reasons that many women choose to undergo breast reduction surgery. This involves the removal of tissues and skin from the breasts to reduce the size of the breasts and reshape them. Breast reduction is a very safe procedure,however, just like any other surgery, there is always a risk and hence the question arises, 'How safe is breast reduction surgery'.

  • Since the procedure involves making incisions in the skin and removing tissues, most women feel pain in the breasts for the first few days post surgery. This later transforms into a mild discomfort before which completely goes away after a few days. Pain medication and anti inflammatory drugs can help ease the pain. Swelling and bruising in the area is also a common effect of the surgery and may last for about a month or two. The patients are usually advised to wear a surgical bra all the time as it help in giving proper support which in turn helps ease the pain and reduce swelling.
  • Scarring is one of the most common risks associated with this surgery. To remove the tissue, a surgeon has to make an incision under the breast. This incision is usually positioned in line with the natural curves and creases of a woman's body in order to conceal them. However, it always leaves behind a scar. Scarring varies from person to person and also depends on the type of incision made. Typically, scars fade over time but for some women, they may remain noticeable for many years.
  • Fortunately, in most cases, the incisions can be restricted to areas covered by a bra or bikini. Some women complain loss of sensation in the breasts or nipples after such a procedure but mainly this is a temporary side effect and resolves within a few months of the surgery. Depending on the type of procedure, some women may also find it difficult to breastfeed after the surgery.
  • On its own, breast reduction surgery is a fairly safe procedure as long as it is performed by a certified plastic surgeon on a healthy patient. Therefore, it is important to do plenty of research and go for a best possible surgeon. So, do not let your fear of surgery keep you from making life more comfortable for yourself!

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

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Hi. I had medicinal abortion under guidance of a gynae doctor 10 days back. Urine test is now coming negative but I feel some movements or strain in belly? Is there still a chance of preg.? I bled after medicinal abortion for 6 days.

DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), MBBS
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Hello lybrate-user, even though the urine test is negative now. The only way to be 100% sure is to do a sonography. That will solve all your queries.
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Hi m 28 weeks pregnant. I had bleeding in the beginning of pregnancy. Now my doctor advised me to take ecosprin 75 mg at 28 weeks. Is it safe.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, MBBS, FNB Reproductive Medicine, MRCOG
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Hi m 28 weeks pregnant. I had bleeding in the beginning of pregnancy. Now my doctor advised me to take ecosprin 75 mg...
ecosprin is recommended if one has history or recurrent abortion or blood clotting*thrombosis. else it's not needed as it can cause side effects like gastritis .Though it is safe in pregnancy
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