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Dr. Sonia Malik

Gynaecologist, Delhi

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Dr. Sonia Malik is a popular Gynaecologist in NH8, Gurgaon, Delhi. You can consult Dr. Sonia Malik at Max Hospital-Gurgaon in NH8, Gurgaon, Delhi. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Sonia Malik on Lybrate.com.

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My wife 5 weeks pregnant I want to know Which test we should do And which type healthy food take for healthy pregnancy.

M.B.S.(HOMEO), MD - Homeopathy
Homeopath, Visakhapatnam
My wife 5 weeks pregnant
I want to know
Which test we should do
And which type healthy food take for healthy pregnancy.
at 5 weeks pregnant the level of hcg (the pregnancy-announcer hormone) in your urine is high enough to be detected by a home pregnancy test. Clearblue advanced pregnancy test with weeks estimator. Wholemeal bread, cereals and pasta oats and grains rye bread, sourdough bread and rice cakes no-added-sugar muesli unsalted, unsweetened nuts and dried fruits low-sugar, low-fat cereal bars mixed seeds, including sunflower, pumpkin and sesame fibrous fruit and veg: pears, apples, figs, plums, apricots, peaches, broccoli, asparagus, squash, peas, greens, runner beans legumes: lentils, chickpeas, black-eye beans, borlotti beans, broad beans wholegrain rice, red rice, couscous, bulgur wheat and quinoa berries: strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries lean white meat and fish oily fish (but no more than two portions per week inpregnancy) low-fat bio yogurt and fromage frais pasteurised goats' cheese, feta and halloumi eggs (cooked thoroughly in pregnancy) salad leaves, including spinach (well washed). Ten basics of healthy eating in pregnancy superfoods in pregnancy.
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Penis Rash: Likely Causes And Effective Remedies

MD - General Medicine
Sexologist, Delhi
Penis Rash: Likely Causes And Effective Remedies

Penis Rash: Likely Causes and Effective Remedies

The human skin can be susceptible to problems like rashes. These can often be easily treated using topical medications. But if a rash appears on sensitive body parts such as the penis, there could be cause for concern. Failure to treat rashes and other problems in this delicate area can lead to more serious issues. To better care for this sensitive body part, it's important to be aware of some common causes for penis rash, as well as the recommended treatments.

- Razor Bumps ­- As suggested by the name, these red, itchy spots usually appear after shaving the hair around the penis. However, this is not as serious as it can be perceived, as razor bumps are simply the result of irritated skin and can be remedied easily. Experts suggest shaving after taking a shower, when the skin is soft, and applying shaving gel for moisturizing. Shaving towards the direction of hair growth is also recommended.

- Jock Itch - This is another common problem that most men have to deal with on a regular basis. Prevalent most especially among athletes, jock itch is caused by a fungus that thrives in warm, moist areas. It can cause a red, spreading, itchy rash that may affect the entire groin area, as well as the thighs. Topical medications such as those used to treat athlete's foot are generally effective for clearing up this condition.

- Contact Dermatitis - This condition is a type of allergic reaction to something in the environment. Most mild cases appear like the run-of-the-mill skin rash, but worse scenarios include fluid-filled bumps that may dry and peel. The most common triggers for contact dermatitis include soaps, laundry detergents, some types of condoms, and even plants and grasses. This condition can be treated by use of topical hydrocortisone ointments. A high-end moisturizer is also recommended to help sooth the itch and minimize drying and flaking.

- Balanitis - Balanitis refers to inflammation of the foreskin and/or glans and is most common among uncircumcised men. It is normally caused mainly by poor hygiene, which allows for the proliferation of bacteria, leading to swelling, soreness, and an itchy, red rash. The best remedy for balanitis is simply cleaning the infected area with a mild cleanser and avoiding the use of scented soaps that may contain irritant chemicals.

- Psoriasis - Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition that essentially speeds up the life cycle of skin cells, causing a rapid build-up of dead skin cells on the skin's surface. Genital psoriasis, in particular, comes off as a deep red rash appearing shiny patches at the tip of the penis or on its shaft. Similar to jock itch, it is aggravated by the moisture that is being locked in. Unfortunately, there is no real cure for this condition, but there are methods to keep it under control, such as treatment with oral medications, UV light, and use of crèmes containing vitamins A and E.

Prevention is better than a cure

The penis is one of the most delicates part of a man's body, and it should be given utmost attention when it comes to treatment. Hygiene, of course, will always play a big role, as well as maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

Daily penis care may be extended beyond simply bathing the area to use of a penis health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil). A high-end product containing nutrients such as Vitamins A, B5, C, D3, and E, as well as rich moisturizers such as Shea butter, can be a key solution for maintaining hydration and soothing itchy, dry, reddened skin.

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Me and my girl friend had sex on her 2nd day of her periods last month 30th sep after that she took ipill within hour but its been month but she did not get her period still .is she got pregnant ?please help me out.

BHMS
Homeopath, Noida
Me and my girl friend had sex on her 2nd day of her periods last month 30th sep after that she took ipill within hour...
There is no fixed time in which one bleeds after taking ipill. Sometimes unexpected bleeding occurs more over it is not necessary. Next menstrual cycle can be early or delayed as side effects of the pill. As she has taken within 24 hrs it is 95% effective.
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We had sex more than 2 months ago I have given her pill to avoid pregnancy She got periods on that month But she don't have periods, From more than a Month I have checked on pregnancy detector Its showing positive sign Can I know She is pregnant or not.

Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Bangalore
We had sex more than 2 months ago
I have given her pill to avoid pregnancy
She got periods on that month
But she don'...
Dear Lybrate user, Sometimes, there may be slight bleeding even during pregnancy. If pregnancy test is positive get ultrasound of lower abdomen done. Further management will depend on that report.
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I had an normal delivery. After 3 months when I had sexual intercourse, I started bleeding, so can someone help me out.

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
I had an normal delivery. After 3 months when I had sexual intercourse, I started bleeding, so can someone help me out.
Yes it can be cured by homoeopathic treatment.. Till then take Arnica Montana 200 one dose. And consult for proper treatment.
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My last period is 28 but still I am not getting a period please clear my problem.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
My last period is 28 but still I am not getting a period please clear my problem.
If sexually active do urine pregnancy test, if not active or pregnancy ruled out then meet Gynecologist.
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More Sex Really Is Better - 13 Health Benefits of Intimacy

MD - General Medicine
Sexologist, Delhi
More Sex Really Is Better - 13 Health Benefits of Intimacy

More Sex Really Is Better - 13 Health Benefits of Intimacy

Most men don't need a reason to have sex, other than the fact that they want to. But just in case a man - or his partner - needs some convincing, here is a list of 13 reasons to have sex tonight. Read them, memorize them, print a copy and keep them in the night stand so that the next time the old not tonight because of a headache excuse comes out, there is a whole list of reasons why yes, tonight should win out! Of course, with all these extra reasons to have sex more frequently, men may need to up their penis care routine to keep the little guy running as efficiently as possible.

1) Sex cures headaches: Looks like that classic excuse is no more. Research has found that orgasms can actually provide headache relief - even of a severe migraine - so next time she has a headache, encourage her to skip the medicine cabinet and head right for the bedroom!

2) Stress lowers blood pressure: Studies have found that people who have sex more often have a lower diastolic blood pressure (the bottom number) - that's another good reason to increase the nookie.

3) Sex may improve breathing: Believe it or not, sex may be a natural antihistamine; some people report relief from allergy and asthma symptoms after sex.

4) Sex makes one happy: Researchers have found that the more sexually active a person is, the happier - and healthier-they are. In fact, people who are getting more action tend to take fewer sick days than those who are not.

5) Sex is a stress reliever: Getting the heart pumping is a sure fire way to drop one's stress level. Some people hit the gym, some people hit the sheets - consider the latter the next time there is a need to blow off some steam!

6) Sex burns calories: A particularly active romp in the hay may burn as many as 200 calories or more! Sure beats an evening at the gym!

7) Sex boosts immunity: Even men who only squeeze in one tryst per week enjoy a healthier immune system. Regular sex boosts the body's production of immunoglobulin A; so it seems that having sex every day keeps the doctor away!

8) Sex is heart healthy: Regularly getting it on actually keeps the ticker healthy and reduces a man's chance of a fatal heart attack - according to one British study. Men who had sex two or more times per week were at half the risk of those who got busy less than once a month.

9) Sex promotes bonding: Sex releases the chemical oxytocin, which facilitates bonding and feelings of closeness between partners. So rather than hop in the shower immediately after, lie around and reap the benefits of these feel-good chemicals.

10) Sex improves self-esteem: Researchers have found that not only does sex improve one's self-esteem, individuals with higher self-esteem have more sex - so getting on a roll may just create a positive cycle of wanting more sex.

11) Sex fights pain: Having sex releases endorphins - which are the body's natural pain-killers - individuals have reported relief from headaches, arthritis pain, minor aches and pains, and menstrual cramps after having sex.

12) Sex may protect against prostate cancer: The Journal of American Medical Association published an article finding that men who ejaculated 21 or more times per month were less likely to get prostate cancer compared to men who only ejaculated 4-7 times per month. Though other health factors certainly influence one's risk, frequent ejaculation appears to reduce the chances by some margin.

13) Sex encourages sleep: Many people find that they dose right off to sleep after sex; this happens because the oxytocin released promotes relaxation and induces sleepiness. Crashing out post coitus is all well and good, just be sure to satisfy all parties involved to prevent bad feelings and assure that both people get a good night's sleep.

Priming the Penis for Sex

Now that there are 13 scientifically backed reason to get it on more regularly, a tune up of the penis care routine may be in order. A little penis TLC can go a long way toward a healthy sex life. Simply wash the area gently with soap and water, pat dry and apply a penis vitamin cream to the area while it is still slightly damp (most professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil). A penis vitamin cream, loaded with essential vitamins and minerals, will help keep the skin supple and smooth while fighting odor causing bacteria and eliminating unsightly bumps and rashes, which can occur from too much bacteria. Daily application can help keep the penis fresh and ready to go - whatever the reason to have sex may be that day.

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I got my periods after unprotected sex. It was 2 days late, also it only later for 1 and a half day-2 days approx. Nothing to worry right? Please help.

M.D.
Sexologist, Mathura
I got my periods after unprotected sex. It was 2 days late, also it only later for 1 and a half day-2 days approx. No...
Dear lybrate-user ji Don't worry about your problem if you should confirm about your period why not come I advise you pregnancy test by test kit by urine than we will treating your problem first check your pregnancy test if you want more known about your problem.
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