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Dr. Smruthi Uppal

Gynaecologist, Delhi

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Dr. Smruthi Uppal is a popular Gynaecologist in Preet Vihar, Delhi. You can meet Dr. Smruthi Uppal personally at Narula Medicare Centre in Preet Vihar, Delhi. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Smruthi Uppal on Lybrate.com.

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I and my girlfriend had unprotected sex two months back. We took I pills daily. She had slight bleeding in that month. Next month she had bleeding and cramps just like a normal period, the bleeding was so heavy that she had to change 3 pads a day. Now she has white discharge with slight abdominal pain, nausea and back pain. Are these symptoms that she is pregnant? Is she pregnant? Was it her periods? Please help we are only 19.

BHMS
Homeopath, Delhi
I and my girlfriend had unprotected sex two months back. We took I pills daily. She had slight bleeding in that month...
Hello lybrate-user, The very first thing you need to do is, go for a scan. Because she must be having some infection related symptoms. Abnormal white discharge, pain, nausea and back pain may be result of PID, so go for an ultrasound. And stop taking I pills daily, this is emergency pill. If someone is taking regularly, it may cause some harm. As hormonal imbalance. Meet a good gynaecologist near by. And choose better option for contraception.
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Today, while we check the pregnancy test at home through prega news. That one line is dark and the other line is light what that means. Is she is pregnant or not? please help doctor.

BHMS, MD - Alternate Medicine
Homeopath, Nagpur
Today, while we check the pregnancy test at home through prega news. That one line is dark and the other line is ligh...
I will suggest you to to get done sonography first with the help of good gynaecologist because we cannot comment anything right now and revert reports to us if possible do pregnancy test after 3-4 days.
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Nipah Virus Awareness

MBBS,D.Ped., Jawaharlal Nehru Medical college, Belgaum , Boston University, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Pediatrician, Ahmedabad
Nipah Virus Awareness

Q: what is nipah virus?
A: nipah virus was initially discovered when it caused an outbreak of brain fever among pig farmers in malaysia.

Q: should I be worried? 
A: a little. As it is transmitted from person to person and there is no effective antiviral therapy for this infection.

Q: who is at high risk? how is it transmitted? 
A: 1. People working with pigs and consuming pigs.
2. Farmers who come in contact with bats.
3. Consuming fruits which are already bitten by bat.
4. Contact with people who already have nipah virus infection

Q: what are the early symptoms? 
A: the initial presentation is non-specific, characterized by the sudden onset of fever, headache, muscle pain, nausea and vomiting. Neck rigidity and photophobia are also seen.
The disease rapidly progresses, with deterioration in consciousness *leading to coma within five to seven days.* 


Q: how is it diagnosed? 
A: the rdiagnosis is by elisa which is currently done at national institute of virology, pune.

Q: how is it treated? 
A: supportive care is the mainstay of treatment and infected patients may require intensive care monitoring.
*there is no approved specific therapy for this infection*. So prevention is the only cure! 

Q: how do I prevent it? 
A: 1. Avoid contact with pigs and pig handlers.
2. Maintain personal hygeine and intensive hand washing practices
3. *avoid consuming raw fruits,* consume only well cooked, clean, home made food till the outbreak settles down. 
4. Preferably use n95 mask while travelling or working in public places to avoid person to person transmission.
5. Be aware of the symptoms and report to the doctor immediately for early diagnosis and treatment.

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3 Ways You Can Prevent STDs (Sexually Transmitted Diseases)

MD-Pharmacology, MBBS
Sexologist, Delhi
3 Ways You Can Prevent STDs (Sexually Transmitted Diseases)

Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) are infections that you can get from having sex with someone who already has the infection. The causes of STDs are bacteria, parasites, and viruses. These infections often do not cause any symptoms, and can still be passed unknowingly from the infected partner to the other. However, some common symptoms include genital itching, lesions, flu / fever like symptoms and feeling pain / pressure in the lower part of the stomach.

There are many kinds of STDs including Chlamydia, gonorrhea, genital herpes, syphilis and HIV.

The important thing to understand and know is that these STDs can be prevented.

3 ways of preventing STDS are:

1. Precautions before having sex

There are some things you can do to reduce your risk of contracting STDs before having sex. This include:

  • Limiting the number of sexual partners
  • Talking honestly with partners about your sexual history
  • Getting tested, along with your partner, before having sex
  • Getting timely vaccination against HPV and HBV

If you have been diagnosed with an STD you should tell your partner about it and also explicitly ask your partner if they have had an STD.

2. Practice safe sex

Use a latex condom every time you have sex and use a water-based lubricant. If your sex life involves intercourse, anal or vaginal, make up your mind to never have sex without a condom. If you or your partner is at a high risk of STDs, be consistent about barrier use during oral sex as well. Avoid sharing towels or underclothing to reduce the risk of an STD. Check the expiration date of the condom and make sure that it has an air bubble, which shows it has not been punctured. Dispose the condom properly and never reuse it.


3. Don't drink Alcohol or use drugs before having sex

It's impossible to make responsible choices about your sex life under the influence of drugs or alcohol. When you are under the influence of any one of them, you are not in your mind and are likelier to choose a partner you wouldn't have picked otherwise. In that case, you may be at a higher risk of contracting an STD. Also, if you are on birth control pills and you vomit, the pills could lose some effectiveness.

'Consult'.

Related Tip: Does Watching Porn Together Really Help You Have a Better Sex Life?

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We have tried from the day 9 to 16. I have regular period of 28 days or 29 days but from last 3 months my periods days are increasing i. E March I got periods at the day 30. April at the day of 32 and the month of may I got periods at 35th day. I got periods on may 5 Now that is may 14 is my 10th day of my period. Now which is the right time to get a baby.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
We have tried from the day 9 to 16. I have regular period of 28 days or 29 days but from last 3 months my periods day...
Hello, you should be in your fertile period between day 15-day 22 of this cycle, so practice intercourse during this time increasing your chances of pregnancy.
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Why Spacing Your Pregnancies Is Good For You?

Certification in IVF & Infertility, Diplomate Gynae Laparoscopy, Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (MRCOG), MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Ghaziabad
Why Spacing Your Pregnancies Is Good For You?

Spacing pregnancies is an essential part of family planning. Although it rests on individual preferences, there are certain psychological and economical factors associated with it.

Factors That Decide The Spacing Of Pregnancy-

  1. The mother’s childbearing abilities, general health and fertility.
  2. The family’s income and financial condition.
  3. The choice to have more than one child.
  4. Pressure from the family members to go through another pregnancy.
  5. The child’s wish to have sibling/s.

Risk Associated With Close Consecutive Pregnancies-

  1. Health risks, especially in case of a very recent C-section. The mother may not be able to recover fully from the physical or mental stress of pregnancy,
  2. None of the children receive wholesome attention from parents as both will be very young. This may create resentment in both children.
  3. The second baby may have very low birth weight.
  4. Depletion of nutrients in the mother’s body. This can happen in case the mother has been breastfeeding recently.
  5. There can be genital inflammation during the second childbirth and labour.
  6. There are researches that show the increasing rate of autism in the second born child who the mother delivers within a short span, after the first pregnancy.

Risks Associated With Pregnancies Spaced Too Far Apart-

  1. Sometimes there are risks of premature babies and low birth weight.
  2. Some mothers may be slightly unwilling to go through the entire process of bringing up a child, as it is emotionally and physically very demanding.
  3. It might pose some birth complications if the mother does not have age on her side.

Besides these, spacing out pregnancies may actually be beneficial because it provides the first child enough love and care. Also, at a certain age, the child is mature enough to welcome a new member. He or she may even want to share responsibilities with parents in looking after the young baby. In this way, none of the children are denied attention. Also, once a woman goes through the entire experience of motherhood, she will find it easier to go through the process once more, without panicking. Parents are also able to take up the responsibility of the second child with more maturity as they are better informed. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a gynaecologist.

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I am suffering from constipation m 12 weeks pregnant and when my third month started I felt this unusual thing please help me out as I cannot take any medicines any home remedy or any medicine which is safe in pregnancy?

MD - Medicine, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), Post Graduate Certficate in Ksharsutra & Ano-Rectal Diseases
Ayurveda, Mumbai
I am suffering from constipation m 12 weeks pregnant and when my third month started I felt this unusual thing please...
Dear lybrate-user, following tips will help to over come constipation problem 1) one bowl of green leafy vegetable once in day. 2) one bowl of fruit vegetable once in day. 3) 2-2-2- 2 tea spoon of cow ghee with food or milk 4) suran sag alternate day 5) 6 - 8 glass water daily. 6) take food regular & on time- breakfast 7-8 am, lunch 12-1 pm & dinner 7-8 pm 7) pomegranate & other fruits twice daily at 10-11 am & 4-5 pm 8) no raw food only well cooked home made food, 9) avoid excess tea- coffee, cold drinks, out side food, oily, fermented, pack, tinned, junk, chinese food. 10) take 6-8 hours sleep between 10 pm to 6 am.
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