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Dr. Usha Khanna

Gynaecologist, Delhi

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Dr. Usha Khanna is a trusted Gynaecologist in Janakpuri, Delhi. She is currently practising at Dr Usha Khanna Maternity Home in Janakpuri, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Usha Khanna and consult privately on has an excellent community of Gynaecologists in India. You will find Gynaecologists with more than 32 years of experience on You can find Gynaecologists online in Delhi and from across India. View the profile of medical specialists and their reviews from other patients to make an informed decision.


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I have coming cells just like water from vagina and sometimes comes blood from vagina. Test shows it comes blood cells. And I have weight loss.

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
If it is associated with weight loss then you should consult and get detailed check up... As it is not a good sign.. We need more details to reach the diagnosis and then will be able to suggest treatment..
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Physiotherapist, Gurgaon
Can i have your few minutes to read this one??

We all follow certain myths regarding health. There are a lot of myths regarding Physical therapy and Exercising as well. Here are some myth busters which might help shed some light on the actual facts –
1. Myth: I need a referral to see a physical therapist.
Fact: There is no need to get a Physician’s referral to work with qualified experienced Physiotherapists. They are trained to do the evaluation and treatment planning.
2. Myth: Physical therapy is painful.
Fact: Physical therapists seek to minimize your pain and discomfort—including chronic or long-term pain. They work within your pain threshold to help you heal, and restore movement and function.
3. Myth: Physical therapy is only for injuries and accidents.
Fact: Physical therapists do a lot more than just stretch or strengthen weak muscles after an injury or surgery. They are skilled at evaluating and diagnosing potential problems before they lead to more serious injuries or disabling conditions—from carpal tunnel syndrome and frozen shoulder, to chronic headaches and lower back pain, to name a few.
4. Myth: Any health care professional can perform physical therapy.
Fact: Only qualified Physiotherapist from a recognized college who has done 41/2 years degree course are eligible to do the evaluation and treatment.
5. Myth: Surgery is my only option.
Fact: In many cases, physical therapy has been shown to be as effective as surgery in treating a wide range of conditions—from rotator cuff tears and degenerative disk disease, to meniscial tears and some forms of knee osteoarthritis. Also for stress incontinence. Those who have recently seen a good qualified physical therapist know this to be true.
6. Myth: I can do physical therapy myself.
Fact: Your participation is key to a successful treatment plan, but every patient still needs the expert care and guidance of a qualified physiotherapist. Your therapist will leverage his or her specialized education, clinical expertise, and the latest available evidence to evaluate your needs and make a diagnosis before creating an individualized plan of care.

Hello doc I hv a history of pcod for 4-5 yrs. I do exercise and gaining too. Still my wght is nt reducing and is stagnant. Its 61.5 kgs, my height is 162 cms and I am 28 ys old. BMI is normal. Pls suggest me a diet to cope up with pcod. Its been the longest delay, I am not having periods since 3 months.

Homeopath, Hooghly
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I hv a history of pcod for 4-5 yrs. I do exercise and gaining too. Still my wght is nt reducing and is stag...
First of all u need to cure ur pcod problem permanently,, otherwise it will be difficult to loose ur weight,,by proper homoeopathic treatment it is curable,,now for diet take carrot,,beet root,,bitter gourd,,tomato and make a juice take it in empty stomach daily,,,take overnight soaked jeera water,,take honey in warm water with lemon juice,,,then take green tea with sugar free biscuits,,in breakfast take oats,,boiled egg ,,fruit,,,in lunch take one bowl rice with chicken or fish,,and dal,, veggies,,and sour card,,in the afternoon take few almonds,,in evening take sprouts or soaked chic peas,,,in Dinner take chicken soup with brown bread and salad,,this will help
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I am 50 plus years, from last 1 years having periods after 3 - 4 months every time. From last 10 days having heavy period, need to change 7 pads a day also feeling weakness, pain in legs accompanied by heavy lower abdomen. What to do.

International Academy of Classical Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Pune
I am 50 plus years, from last 1 years having periods after 3 - 4 months every time. From last 10 days having heavy pe...
hi giv her arnic 3c liquid 3times days for 4days murex 12c 3tims day for 13 days china off 12c 3tims a days for 15 days helon 12c 2tims day for 10 days millefo 30 once a day for 5 days inform mr progress
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Different Types Of In Vitro Fertilisation You Must Know!

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, DGO, MD - Physician, Certificate Course In Reproductive Medicine & Ivf, Basic Life Support (B.L.S), Advanced Infertility Management Training, ivf training in NUH singappre, masters in Reproductive Medicine
IVF Specialist, Gurgaon
Different Types Of In Vitro Fertilisation You Must Know!

Infertility treatment is common among couples, who are unable to conceive children through the natural process, due to health or hormonal problems. Among the infertility treatments, In Vitro Fertilisation is one of the most common methods used to help couples get rid of the problems and allow them to conceive children in an unconventional manner. This artificial treatment was successfully performed for the first time in 1978. Now let’s take a look at some of the different types of IVF Treatment:

Natural Cycle: This particular type of variation in IVF does not require stimulation of woman’s ovaries for producing several eggs for collection. Only the egg which is produced during her normal menstrual cycle gets collected and it is then merged with the man’s sperm to successfully achieve fertilisation and in the process, an embryo. This method carries with it certain advantages, like this does not involve the risk of ovarian hyperstimulation and it is accepted by certain cultures and religious groups due to the fact that no spare embryos are created, which might require to be disposed of or get it frozen.

As far as disadvantage for this type of treatment is concerned, the success rates are not that high. The statistics published by the United Kingdom’s Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority, show that only one out of 26 women under the age of 35 could get pregnant in 2008 due to the natural cycle in vitro fertilisation.

Mild Stimulation In Vitro Fertilisation
This process is carried out just like standard in vitro fertilisation. Only exception is that the hormones used to stimulate the ovaries for producing a number of eggs, get used for a short span of time. This helps to narrow down the risk of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome in women, who had developed this particular risk  in previous cycles of in vitro fertilisation.

Mild stimulation might help get rid of the initial treatment to suppress the menstrual cycle, as a result of which one may not find this phase of treatment to be an uncomfortable one.

Like any form of treatment, this type of in vitro fertilisation treatment is not without certain disadvantages. One of them is the fewer number of eggs available for collection and hence lesser number of embryos to choose from for transfer. Still, due to the fact that stimulation of ovaries is not done in a similar manner, one does not require to wait for so long to repeat the particular cycle of in vitro fertilisation.

The low cost of mild stimulation IVF makes it a more desirable mode of infertility treatment as compared to the standard procedure followed for bringing for the desired results.

Hence, we have discussed about the two types of in vitro fertilisation for treating the problem of infertility among males and females along with their advantages and disadvantages in great detail.

Teenage Pregnancy - Know Everything About It!

MBBS, MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Teenage Pregnancy - Know Everything About It!

Expecting a baby is the best feeling for any woman but this may or may not be the case in teenage pregnancy. Getting pregnant at the early age can cause serious damage to her not only to her health but also her future. Any pregnancy that occurs in women under the age of 20 is termed as teenage pregnancy. It is classified as high-risk pregnancy which can cause grave danger to the mother as well as her unborn child.

Technically, a girl can become pregnant after sexual intercourse anytime after beginning ovulation. In common- speak, a girl can become pregnant after she begins menstruating.

Risks of Teenage Pregnancy
Usually what happens is that a teenager gets pregnant against her wish… She doesn’t plan to but gets pregnant maybe due to unprotected sex. This increases the risk to both her and her baby.
It usually leads to a lag in her accessing and getting prenatal care. This can lead to problems later on like-

  1. High blood pressure
  2. Premature births
  3. Low birth weight

Controlling high blood pressure during pregnancy and getting regular prenatal care is the single most important thing that a pregnant teen can do for her own and her baby’s health.

High BP
Teenage mothers are at high risk for suffering from high BP which means they are at high risk for developing pre-eclampsia. This is a sudden increase in blood pressure after the 20th week of pregnancy and can be life-threatening for both the mother and the unborn baby. There are no proven ways to prevent it and most women who have signs of pre-eclampsia are monitored to lessen the harm and to avoid complications. The only way to cure pre-eclampsia is to deliver the baby. Usually, doctors manage high blood pressure in pregnancy by closely monitoring the baby, lifestyle changes by the mother and use of medicines. Compliance among teenagers for making lifestyle changes is usually low according to experts.

Premature Babies
Premature babies are also common in teenagers and these babies can have health problems at the drop of the hat because their organs did not have enough time to develop in the womb. Problems that they are prone to are-

Low-birth weight
Low birth weight babies are another risk of teenage pregnancies. These babies who weigh less than 5 pounds are at higher risk for health problems like delayed motor and social development or learning disabilities. They also become sick more often in the first days of life or develop infections.

Risks of low birth weight, premature labour, anemia, and pre-clampsia are linked to the low age of the mother and all of these are observed in teen births even after controlling for other risk factors such as prenatal care.

What can be done?
A pregnant teen, therefore, should do the following-

  • Get regular prenatal check-ups
  • Take vitamins and iron to prevent birth defects
  • Staying away from smoking, alcohol, and drugs to prevent birth defects
  • Use a condom during sex to prevent sexually transmitted diseases that could hurt the foetus

The only way to prevent teenage pregnancies is educational interventions and promotion of birth control. And both of these should be used to prevent these high-risk pregnancies. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Gynaecologist.

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I had sex yesterday I got bleeding for whole day now it stopped. I was expecting my periods also. I thought I am down but the bleeding now stopped. It was my second time I had sex so was it the hymen break? I had ecp last time when I did it I got two internal periods for 3 days each. Now what to do? When will my periods become normal.

Homeopath, Mumbai
I had sex yesterday I got bleeding for whole day now it stopped. I was expecting my periods also. I thought I am down...
Dear lybrate-user, You might have got your menses that is periods this time. Sometimes due to stress it might come for a little and go. So manage your stress and wait for two days. If bleeding doesn't stop consult a gynecologist. To have a normal menses I can help you with homeopathy .they are natural medicines and work at a mind and body. Level. Feel free to contact me for the support.
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Sir I had heavy periods regulary lasts for 5days on 28 cycle. I am on infertility treatment.Undergone D&C for septum on Nov.2014. From Dec I am having hardly 3days period with very low bleeding. What will be the problem? Please help thank u.

MBBS (Gold Medalist, Hons), MS (Obst and Gynae- Gold Medalist), DNB (Obst and Gynae), Fellow- Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (ACOG, USA), FIAOG, MRCOG (London, UK)
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
Don't bother about duration of bleeding. 3 days is enough. Continue therapy. All the best for fertility issues
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TMJ (Jaw Joint) Disorder!

MDS Prosthodontics
Dentist, Ranchi
TMJ (Jaw Joint) Disorder!

If you feel pain and clicking in your jaw joint and if you have frequent headache, neck pain, eye pain, difficulty in opening and moving your jaw. Then you have tmj disorder. Don't ignore it and take proper care and treatment.

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I had unprotected sex with my wife on 20th October at 4 pm and she took unwanted 72 on 23rd October at 10 am in the morning. It was first time for both of us. Will she get pregnant? If she gets pregnant, what will we do .we do not want any risk of children at this time.

Gynaecologist, Jalandhar
I had unprotected sex with my wife on 20th October at 4 pm and she took unwanted 72 on 23rd October at 10 am in the m...
Unwanted 72 is to be taken within 72 hrs. Regarding chances of pregnancy, you have not mentioned in which day of menstrual cycle she was. There is less likelihood of pregnancy to occur one week after the periods and one week before start of next periods.
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