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Dr. Sunita Agrawal

Gynaecologist, Delhi

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Dr. Sunita Agrawal is a trusted Gynaecologist in Paschim Vihar, Delhi. You can consult Dr. Sunita Agrawal at Sanchet Hospital in Paschim Vihar, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Sunita Agrawal and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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Sir, since 28 days no period & test is negative and for 3 days brown light spotting are coming. Please help is this implantation bleeding? Since 28 days I have no period what I do.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Sir, since 28 days no period & test is negative and for 3 days brown light spotting are coming. Please help is this i...
Usually implantation bleeding is around ovulation meaning in mid cycle for those who have regular periods. As test is negative pregnancy less likely. May wait, may repeat urine test or blood test serum HCG-Beta.
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Fruits - What Is The Right Time To Eat Them?

BHMS
Homeopath, Faridabad
Fruits - What Is The Right Time To Eat Them?

We all believe that consuming fruit is an uncomplicated task that involves buying, cutting and eating the pieces. But in reality, to reap the benefits, you need to consume it at the right time. By consuming fruits at the right time, it can contribute to boost the detoxification process and help in weight loss and kick-start the metabolism process.

When is the best time to eat fruits?
Fruits comprise of different types of nutrients which offer protection against different types of diseases and infections, lower the chances of heart diseases and hypertension. If you eat fruits without proper knowledge of how to consume it, it can create problems rather than offer benefits. You should, therefore, try to eat fruits at the following timings.

  1. Empty stomach in the morning: Experts always recommend consumption of fruits on an empty stomach and in between meals. This is because digestion takes place at a fast pace during these times and the enzymes required for digestion of fruits are released easily when you are on an empty stomach. Fruits are high in simple sugars which need long hours to be completely digested by the body. Thus, if you eat fruits on an empty stomach, all the nutrients, sugar and dietary fibers are processed properly in the body. This ensures that your body gets the right quantity of nutrition from the consumption of fruits.
  2. Before and after workout: Another viable time of eating fruits is before or after exercising. You are free to eat your choicest fruits right before or immediately after working out. The body would easily utilize the sugars derived from the fruits for extracting energy before a workout. It also helps in filling back the energy content of the body if you consume fruits right after workout sessions.

Eating fruits is a simple process which is known for offering a host of benefits. But there are also numerous myths regarding the timing of consumption of fruits which need to be debunked. One such myth is that if you are suffering from high blood sugar, you should consume fruits at least one to two hours before meals. The idea behind the myth is that people with diabetes have digestive issues and eating fruits separately can improve digestion to some degree. But there is no supportive evidence for the statement.

So, it is advised to eat the fruit as a snack together with protein-packed meals which can aid in digestion. This is also beneficial as smaller amounts of sugar gets absorbed at a time which leads to the meagre amount of rising in blood sugar levels. With these few factors in mind, you can get the most out of your daily fruits consumption.

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Hi, My question is that if I taken i pill without any doctor's permission for prevent pregnancy from unprotected sex then any doctor found it out in any medical test that recently I had taken I pill.

MBBS
General Physician, Jaipur
Hi, My question is that if I taken i pill without any doctor's permission for prevent pregnancy from unprotected sex ...
No it's not possible until it's a incomplete abortion. You should take advise how to remove it completely.
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Meri period me blood clotting hota Hai aur meri shadi ka 2 years hue hai sir please answer dijiye kya Main thik ho payungi?

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
Meri period me blood clotting hota Hai aur meri shadi ka 2 years hue hai sir please answer dijiye kya Main thik ho pa...
To clear your doubts get an ultrasound pelvis done to rule out any pathology and follow up with reports.
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I am 35 weeks pregnant and suffering from cold like only running nose any medicine or remedies to cure?

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS, Fellowship in Assisted Reproductive technology
Gynaecologist, Noida
I am 35 weeks pregnant and suffering from cold like only running nose any medicine or remedies to cure?
Hello, Its best to opt for steam inhalation and saline warm water gargles and unless there is fever , you should not opt for any antibiotics.
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Mam I had I pill within 24 hours after intercourse but no bleeding. Do please tell me are there any chances of pregnancy.

Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
Mam I had I pill within 24 hours after intercourse but no bleeding. Do please tell me are there any chances of pregna...
Be sure that you will not get pregnant Periods will be on time. There's no immediate bleeding after pill Warning, emergency pills are loaded with hormones and they can make periods Erratic or irregular or delayed Visit registered ® with government family planning center and get counseling done for preventing pregnancy Emergency pills can't be used for routine.
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PCOD - How Homeopathy Plays A Role In Treating It?

BHMS
Homeopath, Pune
PCOD - How Homeopathy Plays A Role In Treating It?

Polycystic Ovary Disease (PCOD) refers to the condition where multiple cysts are formed in the ovary. It is a hormonal disorder observed in women. The hormonal imbalance causes irregular menstrual cycle and makes it difficult for women to conceive.

What causes PCOD?
There are a number of factors responsible for PCOD; genetics, hormonal changes, insulin resistance etc. often play important roles in the development of the disorder. If you have someone in your family who’s had PCOD, then the condition may be inherited. When excess androgen hormones are produced in the ovary, it results in complications related to ovulation. According to experts, about 70% of women develop PCOD due to insulin resistance (when your cells fail to utilise insulin properly). As a result, the demand for insulin in your body increases. The excess insulin produced by the pancreas triggers over-production of male hormones, this hormonal imbalance being a cause of PCOD.

Early symptoms of PCOD-
Women diagnosed with PCOD usually encounter symptoms like irregular periods, excess hair on the face and body, dark patches on the neck, weight gain, frequent breakouts of acne and pimples. Over 70% of women with PCOD grow hair on the face and body. This excess hair growth condition is known as hirsutism. Due to excess production of male hormones, your skin becomes oilier and prone to acne breakouts. About 80% of women who develop PCOD are also obese or overweight.

 

Role of homeopathy-
Since the root cause of PCOD is hormonal imbalance, the best alternative treatment is homeopathy. Conventional treatment is directed towards the repair of PCOD symptoms but they only treat the condition for a short span of time. Moreover, it increases your dependency on certain drugs which may have side effects. Homeopathy, on the other hand, corrects hormonal imbalance and rejuvenates your body from within without having negative side-effects. Homeopathy drug Pulsatilla helps dissolve ovarian cysts and regularizes menstrual cycle. Thuja and Sepia are extremely effective medicines for PCOD accompanied by hair growth on the face. Conium is a safe, natural medicine used in homeopathy treatment and it works wonders for the removal of acne that manifests as a symptom of PCOD.

The benefits reaped from homeopathy medications are indisputable. Many women choose to go for homeopathy treatment in order to avoid further complications associated with ovarian cyst treatment. Homeopathy treatment results are positive and long-lasting. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Hi, 7 weeks post my Myomectomy, I got this TVS ultrasound done yesterday and it revealed a 3 cm endometrial ovarian cyst and a 1.4 cm subserosa fibroid (fundus). I am experiencing lower abdomen discomfort as well after this TVS ultrasound. I had this Myomectomy to remove three fibroids (15 cm, 5 cm and a seedling, all subserosa), got few endometrial cysts drained and endometriosis excision. And still I have fibroid and cyst left. I am on Endoreg 2 mg pills as well since 1.5 months. I am visiting my surgeon on Monday but I am too stressed to wait for another 2 days. Can anyone please advise.

MSc Applied Biology, Diploma in Naturopathy
Ayurveda, Delhi
Hi, 7 weeks post my Myomectomy, I got this TVS ultrasound done yesterday and it revealed a 3 cm endometrial ovarian c...
It is rare, but you can get an infection after the myomectomy procedure. If this happens, you will be given antibiotics. It is fairly common to get a fever after myomectomy, but this has more to do with tissue changes than with infection usually. Take some analgesic like flexon/brufane or any with the telephonic advice of your GYNAE surgeon!
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