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Gynaecologist, Delhi

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Organ Donation - The Gift That Lives On!

MD, DTDC , MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
Organ Donation - The Gift That Lives On!

When you decide to donate an organ that could make someone normal again, you are actually giving the gift of life, even after you are long gone. Organ donation is the preservation of organs after someone's death, and a cause supported by many people around the world.

Read on to find out everything there is to know about organ donation!

  1. What is Organ Donation?: Organ donation is the process of pledging your organs through recognised institutions, so that the same may be used after your demise. This pledge usually allows the transplant of healthy organs as well as tissue that can be used to benefit someone who has been going through life without the said organs or without properly functioning ones. While some donations like the kidney as well as some part of the lungs can be done while the donor is still living, most of these transplants happen after the person's death.
  2. Types of Donation: There are three ways in which one can donate organs. The first is brain stem method where the person's brain activity has stopped due to an injury. In such a case, the heart and other organs may still be working due to life support system like a ventilator. The next method is circulatory death where a cardiac arrest gives rise to the complete loss of function in one's heart and lungs, which can lead to a state where the person cannot be revived. The third kind is living donation like kidney transplant or a small section of one's liver or lungs.
  3. Importance of Organ Donation: The importance of organ donation cannot be stressed enough. This potentially lifesaving act can help in bringing back someone's sight or give them a heart that beats normally. With organ donation like kidney transplant, one will not need to go through dialysis again. Also, organ donation can save much time, money and effort in painful treatments and give the person a whole new lease of life. It is also important because it ensures that the vital organs are used by a needy person even after the death of the donor.
  4. Importance of Physical Health: The physical health of the person is important in such cases because the donation should not have negative implications for the wellbeing of the patient. Through a system of donor assessment, the donor is checked for infections and other ailments including HIV so that the same are not passed on to the patient.
  5. Organs that you can donate: Starting from the eyes to the kidney, lungs, heart, pancreas, intestines, bones, as well as bone marrow and even the skin and corneas, one can donate a number of organs. If you wish to discuss any specific problem, you can consult a general physician.
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Hi. I am 27 years old and of 52 kgs weight and had missed period. I had tested for pregnancy through test kit which resulted in negative. But I am feeling of my stomach bloating and feeling so full even I eat little quantity and having little problem in breathing now. What can be the reason and did get my periods. Can you suggest me what to do.

BHMS
Homeopath, Hyderabad
Hi. I am 27 years old and of 52 kgs weight and had missed period. I had tested for pregnancy through test kit which r...
Missing a period doesn't always make you pregnant it might be because of many reasons, first have them checked. irregular periods will be mainly due to thyroid dysfunction, PCOD or other hormonal disorders so first have a hormonal profile, thyroid profile and USG abdomen done to rule out the exact cause of your missing periods. Coming to bloating sensation and easy satiety this might be because of acidity and this is the common symptom of acidity hence try to avoid acidity and constipation and make your bowels clean, I think you will be free and if you still need any medication for your problems please write back to me in detail
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I am suffering with too much pain at the time of menses because of stone in Gall bladder. What shall I have to do?

DGO, MD, MRCOG, CCST, Accredation in Colposcopy
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
I am suffering with too much pain at the time of menses because of stone in Gall bladder. What shall I have to do?
I would advice you to see a general surgeon to consider removal of gall bladder. Also get a usg pelvis done to rule out any pathology in the uterus and ovaries.
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My mother has blood cancer (leukaemia) she is getting her treatment (only medicines no change) from Vellore. But she experiences heavy pain in back legs hips and also heavy flow during her periods please tell me how to treat her.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), MS - Counselling and Psychotherapy
Ayurveda, Jammu
My mother has blood cancer (leukaemia) she is getting her treatment (only medicines no change) from Vellore. But she ...
Hello lybrate-user the pain that your mother is feeling is due to her weekness, improve her diet, add seasonal fruits, you can give her stri rasayan vati it will help her. 1 tab BD after meals. U can ask for further information.
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My periods were regular but I'm not having it since last month it's 20 days late. Help. It's for the 1st time.

BHMS
Homeopath, pathankot
My periods were regular but I'm not having it since last month it's 20 days late. Help. It's for the 1st time.
That is not a big problem. It may be due to any kind of stress or exertion. You have to wait for periods. But don't take any hormonal medicine.
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Periods me jo girls k pain hota h pet me or kamar me kya ye natural h. Kuch bataye please kya pain kam ho sakta h koi food lene se ya koi natural tareeka ho jis se koi side effects na ho.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
Periods me jo girls k pain hota h pet me or kamar me kya ye natural h.
Kuch bataye please kya pain kam ho sakta h koi...
Uterus ka pain natural hota hai and For stomach pain take tablet Meftalspas-Ds eight hourly if necessary and I will suggest her to eat nutritious home made food with adequate fluid intake and take physical rest.
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Hi i am 24 year old. I have irregular period for 1 year. What is the reason and what should I do.

International Academy of Classical Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath,
Hi mam, I read your complaints, please read my health tips on pcos. Take puls 6c 3 hrly for 6 days.
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Hi, Is any scanning really required during the end of 3rd month of pregnancy. Is it mandatory to take scanning at the end of 3rd month pregnancy.

MBBS, DMRD, DNB, Fellow Interventional Radiology
Radiologist, Mumbai
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Is any scanning really required during the end of 3rd month of pregnancy. Is it mandatory to take scanning at the...
Yes it is important to undergo scanning at the end of 3rd month for some important parameters. Thank you
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Adult Orthodontics

MDS Prosthodontics
Dentist, Lucknow
Adult Orthodontics

Adult orthodontics---An insight
A few decades ago, orthodontic treatment was not frequently undertaken for adult patients but the number of adult patients nowadays receiving orthodontic treatment is increasing day by day. Most of the adults (18-40 years) who have not received orthodontic treatment as children or young adults due to financial restrictions or lack of awareness, now want to seek orthodontic treatment as they have become financially independent and are more aware of their looks. Their main goal is to correct their malocclusion, their smile, appearance & their quality of life.


 Adult orthodontics demand additional skills to bring out the best possible outcome in most of the cases as most adults in both the younger & older groups fairly understand what they want as outcome of the treatment. Although buccal fixed metallic braces are efficient treatment systems, these motivated adult patients have some concerns about the appearance of conventional orthodontic braces. The demand for an invisible orthodontic treatment comes from adults who are concerned about the reaction of others to obvious orthodontic treatment either due to peer pressure, demands of their working atmosphere other constrains. Nowadays, there are 3 main options for adults to undergo orthodontic treatment:

  • Ceramic braces: These are brackets made of tooth colored material placed on the outer side of teeth. They do mask the metallic smile of course, but these are not totally invisible.
  • Lingual orthodontics: These braces are placed on the inner side of teeth, so these are not visible at all but patient need more adjustment time in them due to the close proximity of tongue. These are more technically difficult for the orthodontist to use efficiently orthodontists do need to have special training to master this technique with a long steep learning curve.
  • Clear aligners: These are transparent appliances which are snapped over teeth for treatment. These appliances are efficient effective for non-extraction treatment with mild to moderate malocclusions but still have a long way to go before they can be successfully used to treat difficult malocclusion cases. Further developments in technique technology may overcome these limitations.
  • Summarizing, it can be said that treatment options are numerous. Depending upon the patient’s expectations as well as the financial aspect complications of the case, your orthodontist will suggest you the treatment mode best suited for you. However, its absolutely necessary that patient realizes that the skill competence of a trained certified orthodontist is the most important factor in the success of the treatment.

My wife is pregnant of 25th week. Scan shows the low lying placenta of 2 cm and blood report shows pcv of 33%. Is there any risk of low lying placenta. Please guide.

DGO, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
My wife is pregnant of 25th week. Scan shows the low lying placenta of 2 cm and blood report shows pcv of 33%. Is the...
if she has low lying placenta , she needs to rest and not exert as there are at times chances of having bleeding. PCV 33 ...her haemoglobin seems to be ok but she can improve her levels by having more of green vegetables and high protein diet .
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My wife is 38 years old I am 56 we have tight issue now I want one more wife has done sterilization is it possible?

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
My wife is 38 years old I am 56 we have tight issue now I want one more wife has done sterilization is it possible?
It is advisable to avoid pregnancy at this age for possibility of problem to coming child and mother both. However still if you want it is possible by recanalisation surgery or IVF. First meet Gynecologist as a couple
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Hi I am 29 Yrs old I am pregnant with second baby. My first one is 9mnths old. Can I continue breastfeeding.

MBBS- 1996 & MD - (OBG)/DVD/DPM/Dip.Andrology.
Gynaecologist, Hyderabad
Hello if satisfy first one remove of breast feed also fine, then u stop. Then u give good vegetation vitamins foods. Ok.
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Hello doctors. How to get rid of bloating or gas during second trimester of pregnancy? Does constipation lead to gas? Is there any way out other than having regular medicine for gas ?pls advice.

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology)
Gynaecologist, Bangalore
Hello doctors.
How to get rid of bloating or gas during second trimester of pregnancy? Does constipation lead to gas?...
Dear lybrate-user In pregnancy, You can safely use routine remedies like ENO, buttermilk, decreased amount of spices in food and having small frequent meals to deal with gas problems. If it doesn't settle then do try antacid syrups instead of tablets. They don't have any negative impact on the baby. You can even try home remedies like isaphgol. Good luck.
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I'm with pcod so eating high fibre foods but its causing excess farting so suggest me now what I have to do?

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
I'm with pcod so eating high fibre foods but its causing excess farting so suggest me now what I have to do?
I dont think high fibre diet has anything to do with pcod... Its better to take high fibre diet.. In case you want treatment for excessibe flatulence and permanent solution for pcod then consukt for homeopathic treatment with more details... Without details it woukd not be wise to prescribe any medicine.
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I am having itching and burning sensation on my vaginal areas and I am 18 is it a big problem?

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
I am having itching and burning sensation on my vaginal areas and I am 18 is it a big problem?
Hello, the most common cause of vulval pruritus is fungal infection. You need to get a swab culture to confirm the diagnosis.
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I am having facial hair growth over chin and a little around cheeks. It started 2-3 years ago when I got some medications for my irregularities in periods. Please suggest a safe treatment for me.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
I am having facial hair growth over chin and a little around cheeks. It started 2-3 years ago when I got some medicat...
As you are suffering for pcod, in which there is excessive hormone build up in your body which is responsible for the hair growth or hirsutism. It can be controlled with lifestyle modifications and medicines. Mainstay of your treatment is krimson-35 for 6-12 months will stop growth of new hairs on your body. Those who are already formed, you should get it removed at the dermatologist. Electrolysis and laser hair removal are best options, but expensive and may require multiple settings. Electrolysis uses an electric current applied to each hair follicle to destroy its root. Laser hair removal involves shooting a laser beam at each hair follicle to destroy its root. Shaving, bleaching, plucking, waxing, and using depilatories (creams that dissolve hair) are some of the more common ways of removing or hiding unwanted hair.
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I want to conceive and my periods are regular. Can I use folic acid tablets? In how many months we use folic acid tablets before pregnancy? What are precautions taken to become conceive?

MBBS
IVF Specialist, Vadodara
I want to conceive and my periods are regular. Can I use folic acid tablets? In how many months we use folic acid tab...
If your periods are irregular then you need to see gynecologist and do vaginal scan and some hormone test to rule out Pcos.
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Hi. I n my husband tried to do Intercourse three ago. I had spread my legs n put around the waist of my husband. But he didn't insert his penis fully inside. He just rubbed it. After that day for me it's paining for me in my down part. N during passing urine it pains more. I am very much concerned about it. Is everything ok.

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Chennai
Hi. I n my husband tried to do Intercourse three ago. I had spread my legs n put around the waist of my husband. But ...
Since rubbing alone caused pain, it is most likely to be an abrasion, where exactly is the pain. You might have had a urethral injury or abrasion in the pubic region, consult a doc and get a course of antibiotics as necessary, if there is abrasion it needs to be treated as well. All the best.
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I am 28years old. I have a breast pain on left side. It is common for me before period. But now the left breast has been swollen than right one and has a pain. Last tym I have periods on 20th august. Is that normal?

BHMS
Homeopath, Faridabad
I am 28years old. I have a breast pain on left side. It is common for me before period. But now the left breast has b...
Hello, slight swelling, tenderness and pain before the menses is quite normal! for that, take homoeopathic medicines - calcarea fluor. 12x/ thrice a day for 1 month. But if the pain is persistent and the swelling is also becomes a regular feature, then need to visit a gynaecologist for proper diagnosis and treatment.
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How To Diagnose Breast Pain?

MD(Am)
General Physician, Secunderabad
How To Diagnose Breast Pain?

Do you feel a slight twinge of pain in your breasts whenever you jump or try to reach something in a top cabinet or whenever you get a hug? annoying isn’t it?

This might also become a reason of great concern as you may get dreadful thoughts about breast cancer. But do not worry. Breast pain is a quite common problem faced by women at least once during their lifetime and alone it is not usually a sign of breast cancer.

Breast pain (or mastalgia) is characterized by any feeling of discomfort, pain, or pressure in either of the breasts. These discomforts can become as severe as an intense, ardent pain that radiates throughout the chest and they might interfere with your daily activities. While there are several possible reasons for feeling pain in the breast, the most common one is hormonal imbalance, particularly during puberty, pregnancy, post-partum – including breastfeeding – and menopause.

Mastalgia can also be broadly divided into cyclical and non-cyclical causes. Cyclical mastalgia (breast pain) usually occurs because of hormonal fluctuations and the intensity of pain varies according to the menstrual cycle. On the other hand, non-cyclical mastalgia usually occurs because of musculoskeletal causes and the pain persists all throughout the month.

Cyclical breast pain:

1) Is more common and usually occurs about five days prior to the start of your period

2) It usually subsides after periods start

3) It usually resolves in women when they hit menopause

On the other hand, non-cyclical breast pain:

1) Is less frequent than cyclical

2) Has a shorter duration of symptoms

3) Usually affects one side and 50 percent of the pain tends to subside spontaneously

How to diagnose breast pain?

For the correct diagnosis and management of breast pain, it is important for the doctor to know certain points regarding the pain like:

1) Duration of pain

2) Location – restricted to one point or spread over the entire breast

3) Intensity of pain

4) Fluctuation in intensity of pain over a few days

5) Radiation of the pain – is the pain running to some other site from the breast

6) Is there a lump associated with the pain? usually, breast cancer does not lead to pain in the initial phases

7) What makes the pain better

8) What makes the pain worse

These facts along with clinical examination and an ultrasound/ mammography help the doctor in determining the cause of breast pain. The above-mentioned points can easily be maintained in a “pain diary”.

You can use this diary to record your pain and what you did to ease it each day. This will help your health care team understand your pain better.

This information will help your doctor in:

1) Assessing the cause of pain

2) Judging the response to therapy

So the next time you visit your doctor with complaints of breast pain, make sure you maintain a ‘pain diary’ so that your treatment can proceed smoothly.

To conclude,

As mentioned above, pain isn’t usually a sign of breast cancer but it’s better to talk to your doctor to rule out if anything serious. If your breast pain is sudden and accompanied by severe chest pain and numbness in your extremities, seek immediate medical attention. These symptoms can indicate a heart attack.

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