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Dr. Vimala Bansal

Gynaecologist, Delhi

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Dr. Vimala Bansal is one of the best Gynaecologists in Rohini, Delhi. She is currently associated with Bhagwan Mahavir Hospital in Rohini, Delhi. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Vimala Bansal on Lybrate.com.

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Hyperacidity - How Ayurveda Can Help?

MD - Ayurveda, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine & Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Pune
Hyperacidity - How Ayurveda Can Help?

Digestion is an important process that helps in converting food to energy. It begins at the mouth and the stomach is where the detailed process begins. The stomach produces acids to digest the food. But when food is not consumed at the right time or if it is too spicy, it can lead to acid reflux. Acid reflux may result because of individual habits too such as excessive smoking and alcohol consumption. In this condition. the valve that controls the release of acids does not close properly. This causes the acid to move up and cause pain in the upper abdominal region. Acid reflux or hyperacidity initially starts with a burning sensation and gradually manifests itself as severe pain that is intolerable. Ayurveda, the ancient medical science of India, suggests a number of efficient solutions for this condition.

Triphala: This is a combination of three ingredients – the Indian gooseberry, ink nut, and beleric – in equal proportion. These three ingredients ensure a balance of the three doshas – pitta, vatta, and kapha. Ayurveda says that any imbalance in three doshas can cause diseases and disorders in the body. Therefore, consuming triphala in the form of powder or pills every day helps balance the three doshas. You can take half to one teaspoon on to triphala with warm water on an empty stomach in the morning and as you go to bed at night.

Indian gooseberry: This is an Indian fruit that is loaded with antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties. It helps in reducing pitta, which is fiery in nature as per Ayurveda and is characterized by an excessive heat. Elevated pitta is responsible for acid reflux. Taking gooseberry is easy, as it can be eaten raw or taken in the form of juice. It can also be included in a few recipes.

Other remedies: Lots of other home remedies come handy in alleviating pain related to hyperacidity. One of them is Aloe Vera. Aloe Vera juice soothes the pain and cools down the system. Additionally, buttermilk offers an instant remedy to ensure that the pain and burning sensation are relieved.

Restrictions that Ayurveda suggests: It is not only what you consume to treat the disease that matters. A few foods should be avoided to ensure complete cure. While people know that spicy foods should be kept at bay, tea, coffee, vinegar, tamarind and other sour foods should be avoided as well. Peanuts are very acidic and can trigger acid reflux.

Lifestyle changes recommended by Ayurveda: Quitting smoking and stopping consumption of alcohol is what all streams of medicine recommend. Ayurveda also advises people to follow early to bed and early to rise principle. This ensures that the body performs all its duties within hours of its optimum functioning. Lying down after a meal is not advised. Also, wearing tight clothes should be avoided. Foods that are oily and fatty should be avoided. Eating freshly-prepared food items is considered good as per Ayurveda.

Stay relaxed: Hyper acidity may also result because of stress and tension. The best way to combat stress is to stay cool and calm. Practicing yoga can help relieve hyperacidity and also alleviate pain caused by it.

Pranayama, peacock pose, and shoulder pose are recommended to combat hyperacidity. As per Ayurveda, sticking to healthy eating habits is the one-stop solution for several ailments and hyperacidity is no different. Sleeping for at least 7 to 8 hours in a silent and soothing environment is also advised by this system of ancient medicine to lead a happy and healthy life. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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I want to conceive and I got married 10 months back. My husband had masturbations habit. And I am suffering with ovarian cyst two months back but now the problem is cleared in the last scan. Is it problem to conceive? Or can we take any treatment?

MBBS, DGO, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology)
Gynaecologist, Chennai
I want to conceive and I got married 10 months back. My husband had masturbations habit. And I am suffering with ovar...
Both of your conditions are not problems for conceiving.You can try naturally for few months and if not conceiving try treatment.
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When To Consult A Lung Specialist For Your Child?

MD - Pulmonary, DTCD
Pulmonologist, Faridabad
When To Consult A Lung Specialist For Your Child?

Lung specialists are able to provide a thorough evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of a number of breathing disorders in children. In addition to asthma, they can help in the management and treatment of conditions such as cystic fibrosis, upper airway obstruction recurrent pneumonia, chronic or a recurrent cough, wheezing and sleep disorders. These specialists even known as paediatric pulmonologists can also be consulted in cases breathing and lung diseases in children from birth till the age of 21 years.

When to see a specialist?
You should consider visiting a lung specialist if you observe any of the following signs in your child:
Asthma

  • If your child had to be hospitalised for an asthma attack more than once
  • If the condition cannot be properly controlled or managed even after following the advice of the doctor.
  • If your child has had more than two courses of oral steroids for asthma in the past year.
  • If your child has been diagnosed with asthma and you want a second opinion.

Cough

  • If your child has a chronic cough, which lasts for more than four weeks, or a congestion that does not seem to respond to any form of medication.
  • If your child coughs for more than two nights a month or more than two days a week.
  • If your child starts coughing when exercising or running or performing any other strenuous activity.

Breathing

  1. If you observe any changes in breathing or if your child seems to stop or pause while breathing when asleep or awake.
  2. If you notice frequent bouts of fast or laboured breathing.
  3. If your child is susceptible to viral or bacterial respiratory infections.
  4. If your child snores or has a disturbed sleep at night.
  5. If your child has raspy or rattling breathing.

Pneumonia

  • If your child has been diagnosed with pneumonia more than once.
  • Children or young adults with breathing problems or asthma combined with conditions such as deformity of the chest wall or pectus excavatum and Sickle cell disease will require a consultation with a paediatric lung specialist.

A paediatric lung specialist has the qualifications, training, and experience required to best treat your child. They would require the parent or guardian of the child to fill in a comprehensive questionnaire so as to correctly diagnose, treat and manage the condition. These questions would also form the basis of the medical history of the child.

In order to disease, the specialists may perform tests such as pulmonary function testing and flexible fiberoptic bronchoscopy or FFB in a way that is best suited for your child. They will be able to interact and effectively answer any questions that the child would have.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

 

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Respected doctor, as I am using diane 35. But at the fifth day of periods I had unprotected sex and he ejaculated inside my vagina. Kindly help me is there any chances of pregnancy?

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
Respected doctor, as I am using diane 35. But at the fifth day of periods I had unprotected sex and he ejaculated ins...
Yes you can become pregnant if you have only taken the Diane 35 pills on 2 consecutive days. To be contraceptive safe you need to taken at least 7 active tablets on consecutive days. Some doctors recommend that you take extra precaution for the whole of the first month when you start taking a combined oral contraceptive pill.
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Physiotherapist, Rajkot
Always wear a pair of comfortable laced-up shoes which support your feet, rather than high heels and slippers to prevent yourself from falling.

I am 30 yr old lady having 10 months old baby, last 2 months period not came, I had done prega test it is -ve, this problem causeing bodypain, irritation.

M.B.S.(HOMEO), MD - Homeopathy
Homeopath, Visakhapatnam
Most women after giving birth do not ovulate, and do not have menstrual periods in the months immediately after delivery [medspeak for the lack of periods: physiological amenorrhea]. This happens because the hormonal processes involved in breast milk production also affect the ovarian and the uterine (menstrual) cycles.
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Super Fact of the Day: The total surface area of your lungs is equal to that of a tennis court!

MBBS, Diploma in Nutrition and Health Education (DNHE), Diploma in Clinical Cosmetology
General Physician, Noida
Super Fact of the Day: The total surface area of your lungs is equal to that of a tennis court!
Your lungs have thousands of branching bronchi and small grape shaped alveoli for the efficient oxygenation of blood. Each of these are further full of microscopic capillaries which contain carbon dioxide and oxygen.

The reason why your lungs are so large is because it allows for the easy exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide, ensuring you stay properly oxygenated at all times

Would you like to share this interesting fact with family or friends? go ahead and share!
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Uncomfortable Penis Injury: Frenulum Breve

MD - General Medicine
Sexologist, Delhi
Uncomfortable Penis Injury: Frenulum Breve

Uncomfortable Penis Injury: Frenulum Breve

There aren't a lot of different penis health issues between intact men and circumcised men, other than basics like needing to clean beneath the foreskin if a guy is intact. However, there is one penis injury an intact male might suffer - it's called frenulum breve.

The frenulum

Often referred to colloquially as the banjo string, the frenulum is (to quote Wikipedia) "an elastic band of tissue under the glans penis that connects the foreskin (prepuce) to the vernal mucosa, and helps contract the foreskin over the glans." The frenulum is typically long and helps allow for full retraction of the foreskin when the penis is in its erect state. All men are born with one; however, if a male is circumcised, most or all of the frenulum is removed during the circumcision.

Many men find the frenulum to be especially sensitive to touch and therefore one of their favorite erogenous zones.

Sometimes, however, an intact male may find that his frenulum is too short, a condition estimated to occur in about 5% of all intact men. This is what is meant by the term "frenulum breve."

Penis injury

If the frenulum is too short, it can cause issues when the penis becomes erect. The foreskin may retract, but not all the way. Or it may fully retract, but the shortness of the frenulum may cause the glans to bend, so that it pulls forward in a manner which can cause pain.

But the real penis injury comes from small tears and cuts that occur when the shortened frenulum tries to stretch too far. Despite the fact that these are small, they can create a significant amount of pain. Think how painful paper cuts are, despite the fact that they are small. Now put that pain on one of the most sensitive areas of the body and imagine what it must feel like.

Sometimes the cuts can heal on their own, although this requires abstaining from sex for a while - and not all cuts do heal spontaneously. If the penis injury does not heal by itself, it's important to seek out a urologist for his assistance.

Treatment

In some cases, the urologist may suggest continued rest. At other times, however, some form of surgery may be necessary.

Often a urologist will suggest circumcision as the best way to handle frenulum breve. Removal of the foreskin can indeed remove the problem; however, many men who are intact have very strong feelings about maintaining their foreskin and do not wish to consider removal.

Another option is something called a frenuloplasty. It's a short procedure, usually lasting about half an hour and generally conducted under local anesthesia. The doctor will take the frenulum and make a cut in it, then re-sew the two flaps in such a way that the frenulum has greater length and movement. The stitches usually stay in for a few weeks.

Freedom from pain is not immediate; it usually takes several months for the procedure to totally heal. However, most men then report that their erections do not have the pain they once had and find a greater freedom of foreskin movement.

Men with frenulum breve should consult a urologist, especially if the condition has already resulted in a penis injury. In the meantime, to keep the penis in as good a health as possible, men need to daily rub in a superior penis health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). The best crème will have a combination of moisturizing agents, such as Shea butter and vitamin E; by keeping the skin smooth and moisturized, the foreskin is kept more pliable. The crème should also include vitamin C, which adds tone and elasticity to penis skin.

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I have a high temper issue. I pick up fight for very small things .as I am pregnant will it effect the health of my baby or will it effect my baby mentally. Pls help.

BHMS, DEMS
Homeopath, Pune
I have a high temper issue. I pick up fight for very small things .as I am pregnant will it effect the health of my b...
do meditation regulary. avoid to fight for small things . when u r angry keep calm ,do something what you like ,listen music. first u take care urself ,love urself ,eat healthy then automatically baby born healthy . take care.
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Hi, alhua is my wife and we had unprotected sex while she was in her periods, she has stopped bleeding and it happened on 5th day unfortunately the protection didn't play it role properly, and so I'm worried about her getting pregnant, what should we do,

B.A.M.S
Ayurveda, Ahmedabad
Hi, alhua is my wife and we had unprotected sex while she was in her periods, she has stopped bleeding and it happene...
Dear Lybrate user this is safe period for intercourse very less chance of pregnancy in this period although if you have suspect wait for few days and do urine pregnancy test if positive kindly visit nearest Gynecologist and follow advice.
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