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Dr. Sushma Jindal

Gynaecologist, Delhi

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My favorite part of being a doctor is the opportunity to directly improve the health and wellbeing of my patients and to develop professional and personal relationships with them....more
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Dr. Sushma Jindal is a renowned Gynaecologist in Dilshad Garden, Delhi. You can meet Dr. Sushma Jindal personally at Dr. Sushma Jindal Hospital in Dilshad Garden, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Sushma Jindal on Lybrate.com.

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Hi Doctor, I would like to know whether there is a chance of getting pregnant on doing first sex, the sperm has not left inside vagina. Please confirm if there is way of avoiding pregnancy in case there is chance of pregnancy.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
Hi Doctor,
I would like to know whether there is a chance of getting pregnant on doing first sex, the sperm has not l...
Hello, The best would be to take an emergency contraceptive pill within 72 hrs of intercourse to avoid chances of pregnancy.
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How to stop pregnancy by medicine and without using condom. please tell precautions to be taken.

MBBS
General Physician, Faridabad
How to stop pregnancy by medicine and without using condom. please tell precautions to be taken.
copper t is the best for you. get it inserted by a doctor . whenever you want pregnancy , get it removed. in my opinion oral pills should be avoided. it will help you. welcome for further help.
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I get too much pain during periods and that is unbearable. please give me any suggestions . period are regular . Always but only it pains too much and it becomes difficult for me to go outside anywhere these days.

Certified IVF Specialist, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Ghaziabad
I get too much pain during periods and that is unbearable. please give me any suggestions . period are regular . Alwa...
take healthy balanced diet. especially rich in vitamin e . do exercise regularly to strengthen your back ms. pain killers can be taken cyclically to get rid of period pain.
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I went and had a Ultrasound, they said that I have CYST in both breast and that I have to go back in 6mth's and get them checked out. They said the name of the cyst I can not remember it. Is this calling for any CONCERN?

BAMS, MD, Panchakrma
Ayurveda, Nashik
No it is not a cancer it may simple cyst. So take ayurvedic treatment for cyst it will be destroyed.
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My periods are irregular because of that my tummy fat is increased nd I am becoming fat last month it came on 10th april this month it has not came.

DGO, MD, MRCOG, CCST, Accredation in Colposcopy
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
My periods are irregular because of that my tummy fat is increased nd I am becoming fat last month it came on 10th ap...
Possibly you have polycystic ovarian syndrome. I would therefore advice you to get a hormonal assay and pelvic usg done to tailor treatment.
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Hi, I am 25 years old, my problem is irregular periods, please tell me what I do? please advise.

BHMS
Alternative Medicine Specialist, Vadodara
Hi, I am 25 years old, my problem is irregular periods, please tell me what I do? please advise.
U can take homoeopathy medicine for irregular periods. Start with pulsatilla 200 & give your feedback. Other medication will prescribe you later.
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6 Things You Need to Know About Sex During and After Pregnancy

MBBS
Sexologist, Gurgaon
6 Things You Need to Know About Sex During and After Pregnancy

Pregnancy, especially the first one, is a very anxious phase in a couple's life. There is the knowledge of leaving your previous life and transition to a new one filled with excitement (and copious amount of poop). Every pregnancy is different. Some women are completely turned off by the thought of having sex while others suddenly have their interests spiked. Here are six things you need to know about sex during and after pregnancy

1. You won't hurt the baby: As creative as you get thinking of different positions, it is unlikely that sex will harm your unborn child. Although it is a good sign that your maternal instincts are kicking in, this is a simple open and shut case. While you and your partner get on the act, your baby will rest safely in the amniotic sack well protected with layers of cushion in the form of flesh and fluids. The mucous plug in your cervix that puts a cork on the amniotic fluid ensures things remain stable.
2. You won't bump the baby on the head: As much as your partner would like to believe that his penis is long enough bump into the baby during sex, this is not a possibility. No penis is that big or close to being big enough to get close to the baby. Even if your baby is head down resting in your pelvis, it is unlikely he or she will take a hit during sex.
3. Your baby won't watch your act: You have to have sex to make babies. That is one of the most natural and beautiful realities of our lives. It is true that your baby activity may spike a little when your uterus contracts after an orgasm, so that way the baby will know something exciting happened. But it is not possible for the baby to 'know' or 'remember' what happens on the outside.
4. Sex won't result into an STD transmission to your baby: For one, it is best to stick to your partner who you know is free from STD with or without the baby bump. You'll also feel better knowing that once the baby is inside, your cervix is shut and out of access for anything from semen to other organisms as the mucus plug acts as a super tight cork. But when it comes to STD, it is better you go the safe way for yourself and only proceed if you know your partner is clean for sure.
5. You'll have some extra fun with new manoeuvers: With a baby bump in between, the usual missionary position becomes uncomfortable for many women. Try new and fun ways to keep your partner happy
6. Sex will feel better or worse: Sex will make you feel better or worse depending on how comfortable you are. It is always great to get that loving feeling with your partner, but if you don't want to go all the way, you can start with a hug and end with a kiss too.
In case you have some questions or concerns you must discuss with your doctor.

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Ovarian Cancer - Are You At Risk?

MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Chennai
Ovarian Cancer - Are You At Risk?

Are you concerned about being at the risk of having ovarian cancer? Ovarian cancer is a form of cancer that occurs in your ovaries. It leads to abnormal cells, which are capable of spreading to other parts of your body. The major symptoms of ovarian cancer that are experienced at later stages of the condition include pelvic pain, bloating, swelling and loss of appetite. There are several risk factors which increase your chance of developing ovarian cancer. The most important factors are as follows:

  1. Age
    • Your chances of developing ovarian cancer increase with your age.
    • The condition is uncommon in women below the age of 40 and most cases of ovarian cancer are likely to occur in women after menopause.
    • Most cases of ovarian cancer are found in women who are above the age of 63.
  2. Obesity
    • There is an association between obesity and the development of ovarian cancer. It has been observed that obese women are at a higher risk of getting an ovarian cancer.
  3. Reproductive history
    • Women who have been pregnant and completed their term before the age of 23 are at a low risk of having ovarian cancer. The risk increases with each full term pregnancy and women who have a full term pregnancy after 35 are more likely to develop ovarian cancer.
  4. Birth control
    • Women using birth control pills or oral contraceptives are at a lower risk of getting ovarian cancer.
    • The risk gets lowered only after using the pills for a period of 3 to 6 months. The longer you use the pills, the less risk you are at.
  5. Fertility drugs
    • According to studies, the use of a certain fertility drug for a period of more than one year increases your chances of developing ovarian tumours and hence, ovarian cancer.
    • The risk is maximum in women who did not get pregnant while using the drug. These drugs increase the risk of ovarian tumours, which are called low malignant potential.
    • Infertile women are usually at a higher risk of being affected by ovarian cancer, even if they do not use fertility drugs.
  6. Androgens
    • These are male hormones. A certain drug that is used for increasing your androgen levels is associated with higher chances of developing ovarian cancer. However, this is not yet confirmed and more research is currently being undertaken to find out how much androgens are responsible for causing ovarian cancer.

It is recommended for you to consult a doctor and undertake several tests and examinations. This will help in the proper diagnosis of your condition and regular screenings will help you to keep safe and know about any disruption in your ovaries that indicate ovarian cancer development. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Gynaecologist.

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Doctor, during monthly periods of my daughter her stomach pained and the pain is of over control. No medicines work to control of pains. So what can se do to overcome from this problem?

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Doctor, during monthly periods of my daughter her stomach pained and the pain is of over control. No medicines work t...
She is suffering from severe dysmenorrhoea, which is not relieved by medications. You should get her ultrasound done asap and get examined by gynecologist. She may be suffering from either fibroid or endometriosis or ovarian cyst or even fibroids, which may need surgery for treatment. Ultrasound can diagnose all these conditions.
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Tips For A Healthy Stomach!

MBBS
General Physician,
Tips For A Healthy Stomach!

Due to poor dietary habits you feel with bloated stomach, nausea, constipation, etc. By changing your dietary habits one can get relief from such symptoms.

Here are some few tips to get rid of these symptoms:

  • High fiber diet: increase fiber in the diet by adding green veggies and seasonal fruits in your daily diet. Include fiber of both the kinds that is soluble and insoluble as it will help retain the water in the gut resulting in softer stools. Include cereals like daliya, oats, multi grain flour, etc in your diet.
  • Avoid fried foods: keeping diet low in fat will not only keep your waist line in check but also keep your tummy healthy. Frying the food changes oil composition of the food which is harmful for stomach. So better go for grilled, baked, sauteed and steamed varieties of food.
  • Lean meats: chicken and fish are easily digested as compared to mutton due to low fat content in them. Try chicken and fish varieties in the form of salads for daily requirement of proteins, vitamins and minerals.
  • Pro-biotics and fermented foods: our digestive system has presence of good bacteria. They not only help in digestion and better nutrient absorption but also strengthen immunity. 
  • Regular intervals: for a healthy gut one should always eat on time and at regular intervals. The absorption of nutrients is higher. Also these helps in keeping the weight in check and also helps in increasing your metabolism.
  • Water: it keeps you hydrated, helps in flushing out the toxins from body and ensures that one is not constipated. Make sure that it is cleaned and filtered properly otherwise contaminated water can harm the gut.
  • Processed and junk food: due to urbanization and food technology advancement, our food is highly processed. Avoid refined and junk food as it contains maida and maida will cause constipation and other digestive issues. Refined and processed food also contains other food adulterates which are not good for body. 
  • Chew thoroughly: every bite you eat should be chewed properly. Enjoy the taste of the food without any distraction and stress. Small portion sizes help in aiding digestion process. Rather than eating large meals at one go. Smaller meals keeps the gut healthy. 
  • Avoid excess of alcohol, tea, coffee and packaged drinks as they interfere with the absorption of nutrients.
  • Avoid distractions while eating.

Enjoy journey to health!

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Healthy Brain - Five Foods For It!

BAMS, PGFP
Ayurveda, Jalgaon
Healthy Brain - Five Foods For It!

While many of us may associate healthy food with a healthy body, it is also true that healthy food can support a healthy brain. As we start to grow old, there is something known as oxidative damage which can lead to memory impairment and general brain decline. A healthy brain is one where the brain function is at an appropriate level and the aging process has been pushed back in terms of stellar memory and information processing. According to Ayurveda and other arms of medical science, there are a number of super foods that can help in this process. Here is a list of five foods that can lead to a healthier brain.

  1. Brahmi: This is one of the most commonly used Ayurvedic herbs. It can be used for many ailments and it also prescribed as a brain tonic for stronger memory. Besides making the memory clear and sharp, this ingredient can improve the brain’s grasping power and the mental capacity of the brain. It is also an excellent anti-anxiety agent, as per Ayurvedic science.
  2. Ginkgo Biloba: This herb promotes better blood circulation in the brain, which helps in improving the overall brain function. It is also a memory enhancer. This herb is used by Ayurvedic doctors for the treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease and Amnesia. It is a good medicine that can repair the damaged cells of the brain.
  3. Ashwagandha: This is also known as an Ayurvedic wonder herb. This herb contains many beneficial properties for the brain and the rest of the body. When it comes to the brain and its functioning, Ashwagandha is ideal for patients who are suffering from severe stress. Besides being a stress reliever, this herb can also be used to keep the brain in a calm state for better performance. It helps in improving the functioning of the brain and its complex nerves. This herb is also a good memory enhancer.
  4. Gotu Kola: Gotu Kola is a well-known Ayurvedic herb that can be used for protecting the nerves from damage. It protects the brain cells as well. Also, it enhances the capacity of the brain and leads to improved performance thanks to the many vital elements that it carries.
  5. Mulethi: This is a stress relieving herb used by Ayurvedic doctors. It improves the blood circulation in the nervous system, which gives rise to better brain function. This is a very good herb for children and students, as it is a memory booster which helps them in retaining and retrieving information. It is also a stress relieving medicine that can be used to keep the brain calm and cool even in the most challenging situation. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an Ayurveda.
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I shaved my pubic hair and since then I have an urge to itch and the itching doesn't go away. It has been 6 days since this started. Could you please suggest any medication.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Noida
It is not mentioned about using any razor or chemical bleachers. Wash with warm water boiled with fitakari followed by massage of mahamarichadi tailum or dinesh valyadi kerum twice daily.
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I have 6 months baby girl now I am pregnant again its safe for my baby to continue this pregnancy.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
I have 6 months baby girl now I am pregnant again its safe for my baby to continue this pregnancy.
Hello, If your first child was a vaginal delivery then you may consider to continue the pregnancy, as its already 6 months of breast feeding , you can switch your child to formula milk and weaning foods as necessary.
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I am overweight, but happy news is I loss my weight from 85 kg to 82 - 83 kg.(in one month) I am not gym person. I go for walk, jogging, squatting all summed up in 30 mins session. Doctor, last month I missed my period too. Doc prescribed me medroxyprogesterone acetate. And I get my periods back. She advised me for weight reduction. Pls tell me about different ideas about boosting the weight reduction programme. Thanks.

fellow in Obstetric Medicine , MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Hyderabad
I am overweight, but happy news is I loss my weight from 85 kg to 82 - 83 kg.(in one month) I am not gym person. I go...
hello arpita... u are doing a gud job..!! just be regular with exercise and increase it to an hr everyday...'! supplement it with small frequent meals.. this shud give u good results..!avoid junk..!!
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Hi my Dr. Has suggest me clomifene citrate from day 5th to 9th of cycle. On day 12th Dr. Scan me he says no follicle seen in ovary. So come to me next cycle. Now on day 33rd of cycle my period has come. If follicles not develop then how my period come on timely. Now for conceiving what next step of treatment if chlomophene not work.

BHMS, Certified in Aesthetic Skin Treatments, Certified in Applied Behaviour Analysis
Homeopath, Mumbai
Hi my Dr. Has suggest me clomifene citrate from day 5th to 9th of cycle. On day 12th Dr. Scan me he says no follicle ...
Follicular growth and formation is the maturation of the ovarian follicle, a densely packed shell of somatic cells that contains an immature oocyte . A menstrual cycle can be without any ovulation and is called anovulatory cycle. If your body doesn't respond to chlomiphene, Your doctor might change your medicine to induce ovulation. For natural treatment take homeopathic medicines with zero side-effects. Consult.
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Hello doctor I was suffering my hypothyroid and I was using thyronorm 50 mg tablet and now I am 5 weeks pregnant when should I test for thyroid profile again now. Should I continue my medicine now or change the dose.

Diploma In Postpartum Depression, Formerly , House Job , Gynecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Hello doctor I was suffering my hypothyroid and I was using thyronorm 50 mg tablet and now I am 5 weeks pregnant when...
Thyroid values can fluctuate during pregnancy and affect the growth of the baby. Get your thyroid profile asap and regulate your medication according to the result. Then keep repeating the test every 2 months throughout pregnancy.
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My wife is 22 years old and she has been taking I-pill since past year and it has sum up to 13. After her last period ended we had sex and she took another pill. Then we had protected sex after 7 days and since then it's been a month and she hasn't got her periods yet. What is the problem?

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Navi Mumbai
My wife is 22 years old and she has been taking I-pill since past year and it has sum up to 13. After her last period...
Hi lybrate-user avoid regular eating of I pill it will effect her period. If you will had protected sex then there is no chance of pregnancy but to confirm pregnancy you should do upt [urine pregnancy test]. If it will negative then just wait and watch for some more days.
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I am 31 years unmarried girl. I have listened that having baby after 30 years can be risky for body and baby too. Should I go for harmonal checkup?

MBBS, MD Obs & Gynae, FNB Reproductive Medicine
Gynaecologist, Jalandhar
I am 31 years unmarried girl. I have listened that having baby after 30 years can be risky for body and baby too. Sho...
Yes hormonal tests will tell u about the status of the ovaries. Ovarian reserve keeps decreasing with age and the loss is very rapid after 35-37 yrs.
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