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Dr. Rachna Singh  - Gynaecologist, Gurgaon

Dr. Rachna Singh

MBBS, Post Graduation from Obs & Gynae

Gynaecologist, Gurgaon

22 Years Experience  ·  700 at clinic
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Dr. Rachna Singh MBBS, Post Graduation from Obs & Gynae Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
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Dr. Rachna Singh is a trusted Gynaecologist in Sector-51, Gurgaon. She has over 22 years of experience as a Gynaecologist. She is a qualified MBBS, Post Graduation from Obs & Gynae . You can visit her at Max Hospital-Gurgaon in Sector-51, Gurgaon. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Rachna Singh on Lybrate.com.

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MBBS - Delhi University - 1996
Post Graduation from Obs & Gynae - Delhi University - 2000

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Max Hospital-Gurgaon

B-Block, Phase-1, Sushanth Lok 1. Landmark:Near Huda Metro station & metro pillar no 190, GurgaonGurgaon Get Directions
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My wife is carrying now just 7 weeks over. She is getting white discharges. For that what we need to do? Then for me feeling sexy mood with my wife. Now we can get in contact is right or wrong. In which position we can do?

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
My wife is carrying now just 7 weeks over. She is getting white discharges. For that what we need to do? Then for me ...
Hello, YOU should avoid intercourse till 14th week of gestation to avoid any chances of miscarriage.
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Hi Dear Sir/Madam, my mother is suffering form uterus infection, she went for urine routine test, that report shown she have some puss cells, after that we consulted one doctor she gave cream and l tablets for vagina and other tablets for her. Now my mother is so afraid of this what we can do madam. Please tel me some remedy, awaiting for your reply.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)and Dip inYoga and Naturopathy
Ayurveda, Ludhiana
There's nothing to b afraid off. Get a ultrasound done if shez too afraid. And for uterine inf one has to insert vaginal pesaries. If still itching and pain continued than you can revert.
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Colorectal Cancer - In a Nutshell!

Post Doctoral Research (Ph.D.) (A.M) (Oncology), Integrative Oncology for Physicians (MSKCC, N.Y, USA), Doctor of Natural Medicine (N.D/ N.M.D), Ayurveda (I) Cert., Advanced Strategic Management (APSM), B.E (Computer Sc. & Engg.), Clinically Relevant Herb-Drug Interactions (CME) - (Cine-Med Inc. USA)
Alternative Medicine Specialist, Bhubaneswar
Colorectal Cancer - In a Nutshell!

Colorectal cancer is otherwise known as cancer of the colon or the rectum. This can affect both men and women with age being a major risk factor. Majority of such cancers are seen to occur after age of 50 years.

  1. Type: Colorectal cancers can present as one of the following types: 

    1. Adenocarcinomas are the most common type of colorectal cancers. These cancers begin in the cells making mucous and other fluids. Certain colorectal cancers begin as adenomatous polyps (adenomas) that turn cancerous over a period of time. This is precisely why the adenomas are regarded as pre-cancerous or pre-malignant.

    2. Gastrointestinal (GI) carcinoid tumors, GI stromal tumors, primary colorectal lymphoma, leiomyosarcoma, melanoma & squamous cell carcinoma are certain other colorectal cancers

      • Carcinoid tumors: start in specialized cells that produce hormones, in the intestine.

      • GI Stromal tumors: start in the interstitial cells of Cajal (ICC), in the wall of the colon.

      • Lymphomas: start typically in the lymph nodes but they may also start in colon or rectum.

      • Sarcomas: can start in the muscle and the connective tissue in the walls of the colon and rectum.

  2. Gender: It affects both male and female populace.

  3. Etiology: Mostly, the factors that are associated with increased risk of colorectal cancer include the following –

    1. Age exceeding 50 years.

    2. Racial & ethnic background such as African Americans, in the USA, are known to have the highest incidence of colorectal cancer, and mortality rates.

    3. Low fibre and high fat diet. Excessive consumption of red meat (e.g. goat meat, beef, pork, lamb, or liver), processed meats, butter, refined grains, sweets, sugary drinks etc all can increase the risk of colorectal cancer.

    4. Personal history of inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD) (e.g. ulcerative colitis), Crohn’s disease, adenomatous colorectal polyps, colorectal cancer etc all.

    5. Family history of colorectal cancer or adenomatous polyps etc all.

    6. Inherited syndromes such as familial adenomatous polyposis (FAP) and Lynch syndrome (hereditary non-polyposis colon cancer or HNPCC).

    7. Sedentary lifestyle/ associated Obesity.

    8. Type 2 diabetes.

    9. Tobacco and alcohol abuse.

  4. Features or symptoms can vary from person to person depending on the size and location of the tumour. Following are the signs & symptoms mainly -

    1. Changes in bowel habits, diarrhea or constipation or an alternating diarrhea and constipation.

    2. Occult/ blood in the stool, and 

    3. Problems related to blood loss (e.g. anemia, weakness, fatigue, intolerance to exercise, shortness of breath, increased heart rate, chest pain etc all),

    4. Abdominal discomfort (frequent gas/ flatulence, bloating, fullness, cramps, and pain), vomiting etc.

    5. Unexplained weight loss,

    6. Pain with bowel movement,

    7. Feeling that bowel does not empty completely,

    8. Stools are narrower than usual.

  5. Diagnosis: Following are the diagnostics employed. Abnormal blood test results may be indicative of malignancy, but a follow-up imaging/ biopsy is always the gold standard for accurate diagnosis.
    1. Blood: fecal occult blood test, Carcinoembryonic Antigen (CEA) assay values are raised, Hb/ RBC counts may be low.
    2. Imaging: Colonoscopy, Endorectal Scan/ CT Scan followed by Biopsy clinches the diagnosis and the nature of the disease.
    3. Apart from the above-mentioned barium enema X-Ray, USG, Chest X-ray, PET CT scan etc all help detect metastasis, if any. An increase in level of the serum tumor marker ‘CEA’ is indicative of metastatic spread/ proliferation that can be ascertained through a PET CT scan.
  6. Treatment: Conventional treatment includes surgery, radiation and chemotherapy as contextually appropriate. Simultaneously, an adjunctive/ integrative naturopathic treatment with suitable complementary & alternative medicines (CAM)/ therapies too can help improve clinical outcomes and facilitate recovery as feasible contextually.
  7. Prognosis: Preventive measures, earlier diagnosis and right early treatment is key for better prognosis and efficient/ effective therapeutic management. Usually, the chances of cure for an early stage cancer are more. Above-mentioned apart, recovery chances are influenced by the grade, stage of cancer, recurrence and the patient’s general health & vitality etc all too.

  8. Prevention: Rightly said, prevention is always a better choice. Although genetic risks are difficult to modify, still an adherence to a Mediterranean diet, maintaining an ideal body weight and an active lifestyle with due emphasis on regular exercising (for at least 30 minutes daily), de-stressing and relaxation is highly recommended for prevention or reducing the risks of colorectal cancer. A healthy eating plate comprises essentially a low fat diet, fibre rich foods including whole grain cereals, green leafy vegetables cooked using healthy vegetable oils, fresh fruits of all colours as seasonally available and healthy proteins/ fats including fresh fish, poultry, beans, nuts etc all. It is advisable to limit milk/ dairy, preferably of low fat content, to 1 to 2 servings max daily. Although alcohol is optional and is not for everyone, the consumption of the same, if any, has to be strictly in moderation, and is best avoided. Smoking is to be avoided as well. Again, red meat, butter, refined grains, sweets, sugary drinks including carbonated beverages and other high calorie foods etc all, if any, are to be taken sparingly or are best avoided too. Apart from the generic preventive measures as mentioned above, certain pre-malignant conditions, of which adenomas are the most common, can be successfully treated with complementary and alternative medicines too.

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I am a PCOD and thyroid patient and my age is 25 n I want to know what are my chances to conceive in future. And iam taking these medicines from last 8 years.

MBBS, DGO, MD, Fellowship in Gynae Oncology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
I am a PCOD and thyroid patient and my age is 25 n I want to know what are my chances to conceive in future. And iam ...
If your thyroid levels are controlled you can try for pregnancy. Start some exercise also as it will help you in conceiving.
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Im 28 years my height is 5.3 ft.None of my family member has thyroid disease. My period cycle was 20 days (4 days periods with 1st and 2nd day heavy flow, 3rd and 4th day normal) so I went to gynecologist she advice me to do thyroid test On dated 2 june 17 weight was 52 kg my TSH: 12.88uIU/ml, T3=0.51 ng/ml, T4=4.71ug/dl. I was taking thyrox 75 mcg and observed all symptoms of Thyroid swelling on my face and below chin, irritation, depression almost all the symptoms and weight gained to 57 kg. On 8july 17 TSH= 3.43uUI/ml, FT3=3.19pg/ml, FT4=19.14 pmole/it. And weight gained to 59 kg. From 16th of August started taking thyrox 25 mcg tablet for 16 days and stopped taking medicine from 1st of september. On 8th September TSH 123 ng/dl, T4 9.2 μg/dl, TSH <0.01 μIU/ml From 15th of September to 20th of November I stop taking Thyrox 25 mcg and after that my weight got loss to 54 kg, observed no symptoms of thyroid like before hair fall etc and was feeling better. Now my period cycle is 25 days (Observing 2 days spotting before start of cycle and 1st days normal and 2nd day heavy flow, 3rd day very less and no flow on 4th day) On 20November FT3 0.79 NG/DL, TSH 60uIU/ml, Anti-TPO Ab 597IU/ML Started with Thyrox 25 mcg dose again from 21st of November. Please Advice me for the following My questions are: Is there any difference between thyronorm 25 mg and levothyroxine 25 mcg? Should I decrease my dose to 12. 5 mcg once my TSH get to normal rang? Is this condition likely temporary or long lasting? What treatment do you recommend? How long will I need to take medications? What side effects could I experience from the medications? How to monitor whether my treatment is working? Will I experience long-term complications from this condition? Do I need to change my diet? Is there a generic alternative to the medicine you're prescribing? Swelling on face and body is this will be permanent? When I will start feeling good as I am facing following issues once I start taking medicined=s? Swelling on body, Fast heart rate, feeling short breastfeeding unusually cold weakness, tiredness, sleep problems (insomnia) memory problems, feeling depressed or irritabledryness of your skin or hair, hair loss changes in your menstrual periodsAcidity, weight changes.

Bcom-Hons, MBA-Marketing & International Business, Advance Diploma In Nutrition & Dietetics, National Diabetes Educational Programme
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Delhi
Im 28 years my height is 5.3 ft.None of my family member has thyroid disease. My period cycle was 20 days (4 days per...
Hi, there is no spot reduction possible through diet or exercise, weight always goes from overall body. I would suggest you to follow our 2 months weight loss program wherein we can help you reduce 6-8 kgs surely if you ll follow the diet chart very seriously. It will be very easy, simple and balanced diet. And also ill ensure that I give you such food items to eat which gives more promising results on your belly. But still if you want I can suggest you some changes in diet which ll lead to weight loss and belly reduction:- 1) Please have 1 Table spoon Chia seeds soaked overnight in 1 small glass water empty stomach everyday. 2) Start having 1 spoon jeera boiled in 1 glass water fr 5 mins- Every morning empty stomach 15 minutes after having chia seeds. 3) Start Green tea with pinch of cinnamon powder post lunch and dinner. 4) Stroll 20 minutes both after lunch and dinner 5) Have early dinner around 7: 30-8 pm maximum. Finally if you really want permanent results, do give us a chance to help you and you do not need to spend much, our packages are quite reasonable. Otherwise please try the above tips I have mentioned, they are also very effective. Thanks.
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My mc date is 26-27 oct. I am planning for a baby. Please tell me proper days to intimate. So that I can conceive.

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Surat
My mc date is 26-27 oct. I am planning for a baby. Please tell me proper days to intimate. So that I can conceive.
If your cycle is of 28-30 days, your best period for conceive is from 14- to 18th day from your last day of period. So according to your date if you calculate it’s between date 12th of November to 16th November and same on.
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Strain Injury

Master of Physical Therapy MPT CARDIO, BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Rajkot
Strain Injury

Don't ignore the early signs of strain injury like the weakness of the grip, numbness, and pain or discomfort in the arms, hands, wrists or shoulders.

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I m 27 year old married female. Had a miscarriage last year march 2014. Now I have delayed my periods its like 5 days delay. And my pregnancy test is negative. I have done it 3 times on alternate day but all time it is negative. Now I m worried please help me out

MBBS (Gold Medalist, Hons), MS (Obst and Gynae- Gold Medalist), DNB (Obst and Gynae), Fellow- Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (ACOG, USA), FIAOG
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
Pregnancy is negative. But we have to find out the cause of not having periods and then give you the drugs.
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I'm 18 year old. Almost 6 months back I had an unprotected gay sex. Last weak I have done an Elisa test and the result was negative. The value showed was 0.101. Doctor now I'm afraid that whether I'm in risk of having hiv. Can I rely on this result? Please lemme know.

MBBS, PG Diploma (HIV Medicines)
HIV Specialist, Surat
But unprotected sex is associated risk of HIV and other 29 Sexually transmitted infection so come on private chat to discuss in detail online. HIV ELISA is not good enough to detect early infection you need special test for details discussion come on private chat.
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