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Dr. Siddarth

Gynaecologist, Delhi

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Dr. Siddarth is an experienced Gynaecologist in Shalimar Bagh, Delhi. You can visit him/her at Jain Child & Maternity Hospital Pvt Ltd in Shalimar Bagh, Delhi. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Siddarth on Lybrate.com.

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Foods For Bone Health

MS - Orthopaedics, MBBS
Orthopedist, Mumbai
Foods For Bone Health

Calcium is the most important and abundantly found mineral in our body. It is stored in the bones and the teeth. Though our body needs lot of calcium, many of us are not eating enough calcium-rich foods. Calcium is needed not only for  bones, teeth and good health but also for our blood clotting, optimal nerve transmission, hormonal secretion and muscle contradiction. This is easily possibly by bone calcium, which is also known as a storage area, that releases calcium into the blood stream when needed. Blood calcium plays a critical role in balancing body’s acid/alkaline and pH (potential of Hydrogen). The body borrows calcium from the bones when need arises.

  • Calcium is used to create new  bones and maintain the strength of the bones. It is also used to control breast cancer and reduce PMS symptoms while helping in weight loss. Calcium is found to be deficient in postmenopausal women and milk intake is quite essential for them. Each day, we lose calcium in the form of skin, nails, hair, sweat, urine and cannot produce it. That is why it is necessary to outsource calcium.
  • The symptoms of Calcium deficiency symptoms are Osteopenia or Osteoporosis, tooth decay, muscle tension and high blood pressure.
  • Magnesium, Vitamin D and K are needed to absorb calcium in the body. Complex food-based supplements are preferred to isolated calcium supplements to meet our calcium needs. Generally men require 1000 milligrams of calcium per day and women need 1200 milligrams per day.
  • Products in which calcium are found in abundant are raw milk, sardines, yogurt, kale,  broccoli, water crush, beans  and lentils, figs, edamame and tofu, cheese, okra, almonds, custard apple. Calcium is also found in green vegetables and raw dairy products.
  • Supplements for calcium include Citracal Calcium +D3 Slow Release, Kirkland Signature Calcium Citrate Magnesium and Zinc, Bluebonnet Calcium Citrate and Vitamin D3,  GNC Calcium Plus 1000, New Chapter Bone Strength CalciumNature Made Calcium with Vitamin D, Swanson Calcium Citrate and Vitamin D, Calcium Magnesium with VitaminRainbow Light Calcium Citrate Mini-tabletsSolaray Calcium Magnesium Zinc
  • While taking calcium supplements, please choose brand supplements with high reliability, carefully read the product label and determine the amount of elemental calcium. You must take  calcium supplements mostly with food. Also, while trying a new supplement, take in smaller amount and try adequately and efficiently. Side effects of calcium supplements may occur such as constipation and gas problems.
  • Benefits of calcium are manifold. Our body needs calcium to build and maintain strong bones. Heart muscles and nerves also require Calcium to function adequately. Study reveals that calcium along with vitamin D can have benefits beyond bone health, perhaps protecting against cancer,  diabetes and  blood pressure.
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Hello doctor I am 36 week pregnant and in my ultrasound report tell one loose loop of cord is seen around fetal neck. Doctor is that any problem for normal delivery. I want Normal what can I do?

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Hello doctor I am 36 week pregnant and in my ultrasound report tell one loose loop of cord is seen around fetal neck....
According to my opinion one need not worry about that only obstetrician during labour keeps close watch on baby's heart tracings.
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Understand The Difference Between IVF Vs Tubal Ligation Reversal

Best Fertility Centre In India
IVF Specialist, Chennai
Understand The Difference Between IVF Vs Tubal Ligation Reversal

In vitro fertilization (IVF) includes empowering the woman with medicines, taking various eggs from her ovaries, fertilizing them with her partner’s sperm, and inserting a portion of the subsequent embryos into her uterus with the trust that one will form into a fetus. 

Tubal ligation reversal, on the other hand, requires a laparotomy, which needs a much bigger entry point on the abdomen, usually around four to six fingers long. Since the skin, each of the muscles, and different tissues of the stomach must be sliced through, there is extensively more uneasiness and a longer recovery time required after the surgery, when compared with a laparoscopic surgery, for example, with a tubal ligation. 

Here are a few common differences: 

  1. Sperm quality: The male partner needs a sperm test before basic procedures of either of the two. In case that the sperm quality is great, then the couple could consider proceeding. In case that the sperm quality is poor, in vitro treatment is the better alternative. With IVF, poor sperm quality is effectively overcome. 
  2. Tubal status: The length of the remaining tubal stumps after tubal ligation is an important aspect. The more extended the two remaining stumps are on each side, the better and more effective is the pregnancy. The shorter the stumps, the lower are the odds for pregnancy. 
  3. Status of other pelvic conditions: Pelvic endometriosis or any scar tissue in the range of the tubes or ovaries would diminish the chance for accomplishment after tubal ligation reversal. Although, IVF pregnancy achievement rates are usually not influenced by these conditions. Along these lines, in vitro fertilization is most likely a superior alternative in women with noteworthy endometriosis or pelvic scar tissue. 
  4. Female age: Chances for pregnancy with either tubal ligation or IVF decrease in the mid to late thirties and significantly reduce at the age of thirty-eight. By age forty-three or forty-four, not many women will have the capacity to have a baby using either approach. 
  5. Egg amount and quality: A few women have a decrease in either egg amount or quality prior in life than anticipated. In this manner, the woman’s ovarian capacity needs to be tested before a choice is made in regards to whether to continue with either tubal ligation or in-vitro fertilization. AMH levels, ovarian antral follicle number, and day 3 FSH levels are generally done to evaluate ovarian capacity or hold. 
  6. Doctor intervention: The greatest favorable position of tubal ligation reversal over IVF is that once the woman has experienced the surgery she ideally will not require any medication through the doctor, for example, medications or systems, keeping in mind the end goal to get pregnant.

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

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I took the I pill but my partner is saying don't take the pills bcoZ nothing has happened. While he was injecting it was painful so I was trying to stop him. But I had wound in my vagina so I am worried thats y I took the I pill for safety. If he didn't eject & I took for safety. Will it affect me in any kind (like I could be able get pregnant again or any other major or minor problem)?

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
I took the I pill but my partner is saying don't take the pills bcoZ nothing has happened. While he was injecting it ...
Ipills has many side effects... And I don't understand the relationship between wound and ipill... It is for preventing pregnancy and not for infection... Better take any medication with doctor's advise... By paying the fees you can avoid many suffering... Which cost lot more otherwise..
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I am 5 weeks pregnant. I want to use medicinal abortion kit named mifegest. I want to know how to have the tablets.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Drugs for termination of pregnancy can be taken only under supervision of doctors licensed for termination, so meet Gynecologist.
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I am 8 months pregnant. And now having difficulty in passing urine because all time i feel that i need to go for loo. Even during night i go for loo around 5-6 times. I cant even stand for more than 15-20 minutes due to the pressure on bladder.And my baby moves a lot in womb.But my doctor said my baby is weak. What are the reasons behind it? Kindly suggest. Thanks.

MBBS, MD
Gynaecologist,
Your increased frequency of urination during day time and night may be due to some common conditions like pressure of head of the fetus on bladder or urinary infection. So get your urine tested for infection. Have an ultrasound done for fetal position, weight and well-being. Also blood may be re-tested for sugar level.
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Hello doc. I got red spots but not getting bleeding.In my usual cycle I used to get bleeding after spots but dis tym I got at 42 day. But no bleed. Nd I even not getting symptoms of pregnancy. Last 19 Nov I got periods wr are planning baby. After missed abortion, nd after 2 months we are trying for baby nd November month 3 Rd attempt. M worried. please suggest.

Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Bangalore
Hello doc. I got red spots but not getting bleeding.In my usual cycle I used to get bleeding after spots but dis tym ...
Dear Lybrate user, Get Urine pregnancy test done. Sometimes, there are no symptoms of pregnancy. If positive, get ultrasound of lower abdomen done.
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Why Tracking Your Menstrual Cycles Is Important?

M.D. Gyn. & Obstetrics, MBBS, Diploma in Advanced Gynaec Laparoscopic Surgery, D.N.B., F.C.P.S.(Mid. & Gynae), D.G.O., D.F.P.
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Why Tracking Your Menstrual Cycles Is Important?

Tracking the cycle means that you keep a record of when you are menstruating and what are the symptoms you experience. Many doctors emphasize on maintaining a regular planner and mark the first day of your period on the planner. This will help you as well as your doctor to diagnose the real cause of any problem you are suffering. You could know the length of the menstrual cycle and if the duration changes every time, you could take up the issue with the doctor.

It is very important for the woman who wants to conceive or who wants to avoid pregnancy to understand the rhythm of the cycle. Those women who have very regular cycles can find big help in the cycles as it is an effective tool for birth control. This method has been used since ages and it has proved effective to be most of the times.

Keeping track of your periods gives you a clear indicator of whether you have become pregnant because delay in menstrual onset implies pregnancy. The reverse is also true; if you are trying to get pregnant, conception is usually fruitful on these days of maximum ovulation, which you can easily calculate based on your well maintained menstrual record.

What to Track?

  1. Period heaviness by day — Does your period start with a couple of days of heavy flow and then taper off to a day or two of spotting? If so, you probably require different strengths of pads or tampons through the course of your cycle. Anticipating these needs can make your life much easier.
  2. Changes in mood during the menstrual cycle — If you experience PMS or PMDD, your moods may seem subject to random fluctuations. Start tracking your moods in the days leading up to and during your period, though, and you just might find that you wake up on the wrong side of bed exactly two days before starting your cycle each month.
  3. Energy level, appetite and other changes — A lot of women don't even realize how many aspects of their lives are dictated by the menstrual cycle, at least during parts of the month. When you track how you feel as your cycle approaches, you can learn some pretty interesting things about your habits. Also, it might be possible that tracking your energy level shows you that you are always exhausted on day three of your period, or that you get a headache before your period starts each month. When you track every aspect of your cycle, you won't be blindsided by your body's reactions to menstruation.

How should you go about keeping track of your menstruation?

While it not possible to note down every possible aspect of the menstruation in a notebook, the easiest way of maintaining a planner is to mark the first day of each period on the calendar. However, if you want to get a little more high-tech with it, there are computer programs, online trackers and smart-phone apps that give you the ability to keep up with every detail you could want. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a gynaecologist.

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I am pregnant and now it's 62 days over. I had consulted gynecologist and she gave Folvite tablets 5 mg to intake after breakfast in the morning. And also told me to take blood and urine test. In my report, they found out that my sugar level was 112 at fasting and I also have Thyroid of TSH level 5.52. Now for thyroid they have prescribed Eltroxin 25 mcg tablet in the morning in empty stomach. Can you please advise whether can I take both tablets Eltroxin before 1 hr to food and Folvite after my food in the morning itself. Is this safe to have. And also please advise me about my Thyroid and sugar levels, is it too high or moderate or low. Kindly advise accordingly. Thank you.

BHMS
Homeopath, Secunderabad
I am pregnant and now it's 62 days over. I had consulted gynecologist and she gave Folvite tablets 5 mg to intake aft...
The thyroid ( TSH ) is a little high and so the tablet was given which will be beneficial for you. Regarding the sugar levels , you can again repeat fasting/ post lunch and HbA1c or as your doctor suggests. Being regular for the follow up and investigations will help the doctor to assess your progress ( baby's health and your health ) so that you can have a safe and happy pregnency. Please eat a healthy and balanced diet and do mild exercise according to your comfort. Please be objective and pragmatic, and do not anticipate any problems. If you have any questions please ask your doctor so that you can be reassured. Mentally staying calm ( positive frame of mind ) will help you to enjoy this journey.
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