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There are many causes of infertility, including some that medical intervention can treat.The main...

There are many causes of infertility, including some that medical intervention can treat.The main symptom is an inability to get pregnant. In many cases, there are no additional symptoms.

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Hello! <br/><br/>I am Dr. Anjuli Dixit running a nursing home at sector 84 J-Block, Greater Farid...

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I am Dr. Anjuli Dixit running a nursing home at sector 84 J-Block, Greater Faridabad. I am going to talk about something regarding cervical cancer. Cervical cancer is the second most prevalent cancer among women which infects about 80 to 90% of the girls before attaining menarche. So it is important to discuss something about this. What is cervix? Cervix is the part connecting uterus to the vagina of the woman and this is the part through which sperms passes into the uterus. So this is the most important organ which gets involved during sexual intercourse. So this is the part which gets infected even before attaining menarche and we should know something regarding this because it is the most common cancer of the women. What causes cervical cancer? Cervical cancer is caused by HPV virus which is present in vaginal secretions and in the environment which infects vaginal discharge and causes cervical cancer.

How it infects the woman? It may cause infection through skin, through sexual intercourse or through secretions which may infect the women. Who are the potential candidates for the cervical cancer? Girls after attaining menarche, girls which start early sexual intercourse, in girls who are having multiple partners and cigarette smokers are also potential candidates for this cervical cancer. How does it present? It may present through genital warts, through vaginal warts, through cervical erosion and any long-lasting infection which infects the cervix. Pain, abnormal vaginal bleeding, pelvic discharge which is long lasting, pelvic pain leading to dyspareunia these are the symptoms which it affects the women and which causes women to seek medical advice. When we should seek advice? We should get Pap smear done even at the age of 20-25 years or just after becoming sexually active.

And early detection always improves the outcome of the cervical cancer treatment because it is a very slow growing disease and its effect, infects the part early and it presents the disease in a later stage. So even in early 20s or 30s women may get infected with HPV but it may present the disease at the age of 50. Earliest detection always brings better outcome. We should get Pap smear done at the age of 25 years. We can even prevent the infection before being infected by cervical cancer vaccine which can be given at the age of 9 years.

It may be given in 2 doses between the age of 9 to 14 year and then 3 doses at the age of 14 years and it can be given up to the age of 45 years. It will prevent cervical cancer because this is the only cancer which can be prevented by vaccine and early detection may lead to better outcome of the disease so early detection and treatment always prevents the cervical cancer spread.

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Causes and Symptoms of PCOS

My self Dr Anjuli Dixit speaking on the topic of Polycystic Ovarian disease. Polycystic Ovarian disease is a syndrome affecting most women of reproducing age group. It includes many melodize such as hormonal imbalance, obesity, menstrual irregularity. Generally, it is according to rotatom criteria developed in 2003 any of the 3 features if found they are labelled as Polycystic Ovarian disease. This includes ovulation, metabolic dysfunction or any polycystic ovaries diagnosed on ultrasonography if those not included in diagnosing this as Polycystic Ovarian but insulin resistance and Hyperinsulinemia are generally found in patients of Polycystic Ovarian disease. And it is, through studies we have come to know that Polycystic Ovarian disease patients have Hyperinsulinemia and insulin resistance in 40 to 50% of the patient either they are lean or they are OBs. In OBs patient’s insulin resistance is found to be in 80% of the cases and we treat them according to this insulin resistance and we try to reduce this insulin resistance. Give them insulin sensitizing drugs and diet and exercise. If you want any treatment regarding Polycystic Ovarian disease you can contact me either at Anjuli Nursing home or through Lybrate.

 

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When Can You Use Contraception After Having A Baby?

Hello, I am Dr. Anjuli Dixit working in Anjuli Nursing Home sector 84, BPTP. I am talking on the subject to of contraception must after delivery. If you have just delivered a baby or you are planning to have a baby than delaying another pregnancy is not the most pressing pressing issue in your mind but it is always wise to decide which type of contraception you can to use before leaving hospital or before delivering a baby. So if you are planning to breastfeed your, baby, or if you are planning to start breastfeeding then it is all, it is the most excellent idea because breastfeeding has a very good impact on the health if your child and on mother but if you are planning to breastfeed your child then your contraception must be, taking in view that it should not affect your breastfeeding. It should not have any effect on growth and development of your child and it should not also have any medical or any side effect on your body. So your maternal condition, medical condition and fetal growth and development keeping in view all of these things we decide the method of contraception you can use. And all the contraceptive methods are covered in the insurance plan so there are having no health issues also or any financial burden on your pocket. So it is always better to decide which type of contraception you can use before leaving the hospital. If you want, you can come and meet me at Anjuli Nursing Home sector 84, or you can contact Lybrate for using your contraceptive.

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Why is Antenatal Care Important?<br/><br/>Hello, I am Doctor Anjuli Dixit, practicing at Anjuli N...

Why is Antenatal Care Important?

Hello, I am Doctor Anjuli Dixit, practicing at Anjuli Nursing home, greater Faridabad sector 84. I want to talk regarding Antenatal care.

Antenatal care is a very important part of a pregnant woman’s life as it gives you direction to get a healthy motherhood and a healthy child. If you become booked under some gynecologist or an obstetrician, then you get many directions regarding the health issues of your fetus and you, yourself. So, I think it is very important for you to get booked under some gynecologist and get many questions which are unanswered for you to be answered as there are many issues which may become hidden because you are not knowing about them as some congenital malformation and some diseases which are prevailing inside the fetus but you are not knowing about them to become exposed if you are getting good antenatal care.

So, I think every pregnant woman should go under antenatal care and become booked under any obstetrician or gynecologist of her area. If you want to get booked then you can contact me at Anjuli Nursing Home, sector 84, Faridabad or you can consult me on lybrate.com .

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DGO, MBBS
Gynaecologist
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A branch of medicine reserved especially for treating female conditions of the reproductive system
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Hi, this side female 24, I am one and half month pregnant, last 3 days I am getting white discharge with light pink colour, and today brown colour it's just a little bit it's thick. Its signs for?

DGO, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Faridabad
Hi, this side female 24, I am one and half month pregnant, last 3 days I am getting white discharge with light pink c...
it may old collection dt separation of sac or sometimes low lying placenta may cause this kind of bleeding in anu case usg will confirm the diagnosis and rest is the treatment
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Hi doctor want to know severe breathlessness during pregnancy and if not treated, how it will affect at the time of delivery of baby?

DGO, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Faridabad
Hi doctor want to know severe breathlessness during pregnancy and if not treated, how it will affect at the time of d...
it depends wat type of breathlessness it is if it is dt dusre soon it will settle assoonas head status receding so nothing to worry if it is dt asthma HT or cardiac disease it has concern
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HI, I am taking medication for pregnancy from the last three months like Duphaston, Fertisure F and Letroz. But this month period comes 15 days ahead of its actual date. The medicine are still there to take. What should I do? Shall I stop taking those medicines or continue it till the actual date.

DGO, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Faridabad
HI, I am taking medication for pregnancy from the last three months like Duphaston, Fertisure F and Letroz. But this ...
these med are taken acc to your pd date and are not for reg intake I m not able to understand how ur taking these pills and why ur pd got delayed it may be dt prolonged intake of medicine
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Acne In Pregnancy - How To Treat It?

DGO, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Faridabad
Acne In Pregnancy - How To Treat It?

Many women experience acne during pregnancy. It is most common during the first and second trimester. During pregnancy our body produces an increased amount of hormones called androgens which can cause the glands to grow and produce more oil. This oil leads to bacteria, inflammation, and breakouts. This is natural, and nothing to worry about from a health perspective. There is often no way to prevent acne during pregnancy as it is not possible to control the hormonal changes that lead to the problem. However, you can take following precautions to check its outbreak:

  1. Use a mild, soap-free face wash or cleanser to clean your face daily. You should cleanse your face not more than twice a day.
  2. Pat your skin dry after each wash as rubbing with towels or washcloths can irritate the facial skin, leading to the problem.
  3. Use oil-free moisturizers, face wash and makeup.
  4. Use an oil-free sunscreen lotion whenever going out during daytime.
  5. Wear full-sleeve clothes to avoid exposing your skin to direct sunlight.
  6. Wash your hair regularly especially if you have oily hair.
  7. Maintain proper hygiene. Wash and clean your towels, pillowcases and hats regularly.
  8. Drinking lots of water to flush to keep the skin hydrated.
  9. Have a balanced diet containing plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables which are rich in vitamins A, E and B complex and fibre.
  10. Avoid oily, greasy foods and fast foods.
  11. Have adequate sleep and practice some relaxation techniques to avoid fatigue and stress.
  12. Stop touching your face that often as bacteria from your fingers can pass on to your face.
  13. Buy makeup products after utmost diligence.
  14. You should also take zinc supplements to prevent acne.

If you still get acne despite following the above mentioned tips, then you should take appropriate medicine as prescribed by the dermatologist. Medicines like Clindamycin e.g. Cleocin T, Clindagel, Azelaic acid (Finacea, Azelex) and Erythromycin are considered safe during pregnancy. You can also apply the medicine only as recommended as most products are intended for daily or twice-daily use only. Also try some home remedies like apply a mixture of honey and ground oatmeal to your face and rinsing off gently. Massage gently with a plain carrier oil such as argan oil or olive oil. You can also consider applying aloe vera gel to cure acne. These treatments will not be as effective as taking medicines though.

However, avoid hormone therapy including anti-androgens like spironolactone, flutamide and estrogen as these can lead to major developmental changes to the foetus. Oral tetracycyclines and topical retinoids should also be avoided. Accutane also leads to increased risk of miscarriage, hence do not even consider it.

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Right ovary measures 45×26×42 mm with a volume of 26.9 cc appears bulky and shows multiple follicles within few of them shows homogenous dense low level of internal echoes within measuring ~17×15 mm and 15×11 mm-? Haemorrhagic/endometriosis cyst. What does it mean? Can't I become pregnant due to this?

DGO, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Faridabad
Right ovary measures 45×26×42 mm with a volume of 26.9 cc appears bulky and shows multiple follicles within few of th...
this is dt pcod keep thand exerciseyroid in control do walkand exercise these are not very big problems if ur fertility is good u can very well conceive
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I am 27 years old and have no periods at all done hormones test FSH= 4.3mlU/ml LH=1.4mlU/ml whats the problem.

DGO, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Faridabad
I am 27 years old and have no periods at all
done hormones test
FSH= 4.3mlU/ml
LH=1.4mlU/ml
whats the problem.
Get your other hormonal test also to rule out hypogonadotrophic hypogonadism also see by usg if mullerian agenesis is not there.
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Know The Advantages Of Menstrual Cups Over Tampons!

DGO, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Faridabad
Know The Advantages Of Menstrual Cups Over Tampons!

A menstrual cup is a flexible cup designed out of medical grade silicone or rubber, which can be inserted inside the vagina. It is not used for absorbing blood; rather it collects the menstrual blood.

Advantages of menstrual cups over tampons

  1. Tampons are disposable. Menstrual cups can be cleaned, rinsed and reused.
  2. Need not be changed after every few hours. One can go without changing a menstrual cup for more than 12 hours.
  3. Easier to use compared to a tampon. The insertion is smoother and it is generally not very uncomfortable if insertion is done correctly.
  4. The menstrual cups need not be replaced frequently. Tampons however are needed in large numbers every month.
  5. Tampons absorb almost all the vaginal fluid, leaving it dry and prone to irritation. Menstrual cups on the other hand, leave the beneficial bacteria in place and maintain vaginal pH.
  6. Menstrual cups help prevent menstrual odours as it is present internally.

Reasons why you should use menstrual cups
Menstrual cups rarely cause allergic reactions, unlike tampons. One menstrual cup lasts an entire day, month and even years. They are also the most environment friendly choice as there is no need to dispose them after every use. They prevent staining, leakage and do not increase muscle cramps. There is no risk of TSS (Toxic Shock Syndrome) from menstrual cups, which is a major risk from leaving tampons inside the body for too many hours. Menstrual cups are also helpful if you are a swimmer. They don’t make things difficult for you at all. Menstrual cups are made from 100% medically approved silicone and not cotton or rayon. If you are unable to use tampons, you may choose menstrual cups as the insertion is generally smoother. However, it completely depends on individual preference. Menstrual cups also reduce the bulk of having to carry like sanitary napkins during travel, and urgent needs to change. Thus it makes a long journey worry free. No matter what protective measures you take, remember to be comfortable. Try and maintain a diet rich in nutrients, that can help regulate the blood flow and prevent painful blood clots. Also, it is important to remain physically active to prevent muscle cramps and back pain.

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Infertility

DGO, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Faridabad
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There are many causes of infertility, including some that medical intervention can treat.The main symptom is an inability to get pregnant. In many cases, there are no additional symptoms.

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7 Common Problems Faced By Pregnant Women!

DGO, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Faridabad
7 Common Problems Faced By Pregnant Women!

Pregnancy can put quite a strain on your body. As your body changes to accommodate the growing baby, you may find yourself suffering from a few common discomforts associated with the various stages of pregnancy. Most of these are nothing to worry about. Here are a few of the most common problems faced by pregnant women.

  1. Backaches: As the body’s ligaments stretch and become softer to prepare for labour, you may feel a strain on your lower back and pelvis. This can cause a chronic backache. The growing weight of the fetus within your body can also add to this discomfort.
  2. Morning sickness: Despite its name, morning sickness can affect you at any time of the day. Most women begin to experience nausea and an urge to vomit from the 4th or 6th week of pregnancy, but this usually resolves itself by the 16th or 20th week of pregnancy. Some women may even feel sick for the entire day.
  3. Bleeding gums: Pregnancy hormones can make your gums more vulnerable to the build-up of plaque. This can lead to inflammation and bleeding gums. This condition may also be known as pregnancy gingivitis.
  4. Cramps: Many pregnant women complain of cramps in their calves and feet. This usually is more common at night, but the cause behind it is not clear.
  5. Urinary incontinence: Urinary incontinence is a problem experienced by many women during and after pregnancy. They often find themselves involuntarily urinating while coughing, laughing or sneezing. In most cases, this is a temporary problem caused by the relaxation of pelvic floor muscles (to prepare for delivery) and should resolve itself after delivery. Women may also find themselves feeling the urge to urinate frequently. This may be because of the pressure being placed on your bladder by the uterus.
  6. Skin and hair changes: Pregnancy hormones can make birthmarks, moles and freckles darken. Your nipples may also turn darker. In addition to this, you may notice the bumps around the nipples become more prominent. Pregnant women may also find their skin more prone to sunburns. You may also notice an increased rate of hair growth.
  7. Feeling hotter than normal: The hormonal changes occurring during pregnancy can make you feel warmer than normal because of increased blood supply to the skin. You may also find yourself sweating more than usual. In addition, you may also feel faint because of decreased blood supply to the brain.
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