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Dr. Reena Kawatra  - Gynaecologist, Gurgaon

Dr. Reena Kawatra

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MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology

Gynaecologist, Gurgaon

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Dr. Reena Kawatra 93% (4516 ratings) MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
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Dr. Reena Kawatra wants all patients to be informed and knowledgeable about their health care, from treatment plans and services, to insurance coverage. Ethics comes naturally to Dr. Reena Kawatra. She is a reputed Gynaecologist with over three decades of experience in her field. An MBBS from the prestigious JLN Medical College and Research Institute, Dr. Reena Kawatra went on to earn her M.D(Gynae & Obs.) from the Medical trust Hospital, Cochin. She is also a member of the Delhi Medical Council and she offers her expertise in Surrogacy Treatment, MTP (Abortions), Infertility, Caesarean Section, Contraceptive Advice, Pre And Post Delivery Care, Gynae Problems, Gynecology Laparoscopy, Hpv Vaccination and treatment Of Female Sexual problems. Dr. Reena Kawatra's specialty also includes Treatment of Menopause-Related Issues and Treatment of Menstrual Problems. She believes in ethics and remembers it as a value rather than a medium. Having 30(+) years of experience in the field she has earned the admiration of her peers and patients. Her professional opinions are much sought after by many of her colleagues and she is one of the highest rated Gynecologists. She is well versed in English, Hindi and also understands other Indian languages.

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MBBS - GNA Medical College - 1984
MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology - Medical Trust Hospital, Cochin - 1987
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Worked at Medical Trust Hospital, Cochin
Worked at Batra Hospital
Worked at Alchiemist Hospital
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Worked at Forrtis Hospital
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I am 33 years old and I have a problem of scanty periods, hair fall, mood swings and low libido.Please advise.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
I am 33 years old and I have a problem of scanty periods, hair fall, mood swings and low libido.Please advise.
You might be suffering from PCOS, we advise you to visit us at the clinic for evaluation and advise, for appointment call on
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My sis in law is getting treatment for PCOS n doctor put her on contraceptive for her severe acne but wen she stop taking contraceptive to get pregnant her whole face filled with acne. Wat could b treatment step by step like how she could stop contraception n not having acne. Js there any other med. For acne other than using contraceptive.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
My sis in law is getting treatment for PCOS n doctor put her on contraceptive for her severe acne but wen she stop ta...
Unless she gets completely treated for PCOS she should not try pregnancy, will advise you to complete treatment which would need supplements as well besides diet and exercise to resolve this issue.
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Hii. I am 21 year old. I had sex with my boyfriend about 90 days from now. Since then I'm not getting my periods. I've already take pregnancy test twice, and its negative. But I'm worried now. Please help.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
Hii. I am 21 year old. I had sex with my boyfriend about 90 days from now. Since then I'm not getting my periods. I'v...
If you were getting regular periods then there is a need to evaluate you further for the cause, kindly get back to us on this on a direct paid consult.
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Hi, I am 32 years female and from last some days, I am feeling some lumps in my left breast. The size of both breast looks different with some swelling in the same breast. Apart from it I have a lot of itching around the nipple with a lot of body pain. Please suggest what it looks like?

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
Get a mammogram done for your breast along with serum prolactin test and get back to me for any further information on this if needed.
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Sir in 6 june I have taken the pill without any pregnancy test because I have miss my period for 6 days. But symptoms of medical abortion (mifepristone and misoprostol) was same as described. I got my periods form 6 june to 12 june After that I have sex on 19 june And till date I not got my periods.

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Do a urine pregnancy test to clear doubts on pregnancy and get back to us for any further assistance if needed.
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I have 3 kids ,so I'm not interested in anymore kids, but this time I haven't used protection while intercourse so she is scared of getting pregnant, on 21st June she had her last mens (28 days cycle). please suggest some medicine to abort it Or reduce the chance of getting pregnant.

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Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
I have 3 kids ,so I'm not interested in anymore kids, but this time I haven't used protection while intercourse so sh...
Do a urine pregnancy test to clear doubts on pregnancy and get back for advice on medicines for termination on a direct Consultation.
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Thyroid - Know How It Can Mess Up Your Mensuration Cycle!

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
Thyroid - Know How It Can Mess Up Your Mensuration Cycle!

Irregular periods and menstrual cycle disturbances are common in almost 30% women due to several reasons, and thyroid disorders one among them. Most women may not realize that their menstrual cycle is closely related to the proper functioning of their thyroid gland. Any irregularities in your menstrual cycle might be caused due to hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism and knowing the symptoms will help you seek the help of an expert to treat the condition.

Severe premenstrual syndrome
Most women experience a premenstrual syndrome or PMS, a week or 10 days before their period starts. When the woman is suffering from thyroid disorders, this syndrome becomes severe. The common symptoms include bloating and fluid retention, tenderness in breasts, fatigues, insomnia, headaches, cramps, food cravings, tension, irritability, anxiety, depression, trouble in concentrating and many more. These symptoms are magnified when she is suffering from hypothyroidism.

Conditions that affect menstrual cycle

  1. Hypothyroidism: Hypothyroidism is caused when you have an underactive thyroid, and it is a common disorder of the endocrine system in which the thyroid gland fails to produce adequate thyroid hormone. Several menstrual irregularities are associated with hypothyroidism. They are:
  2. Early menstruation: The average age of menarche or the first onset of a period is 12. But a girl suffering from hypothyroidism can experience menstruation as early as the age of 10.
  3. Heavy menstrual periods: A woman can suffer from menorrhagia or heavy periods if she has hypothyroidism. Under this condition, the woman can experience heavy and prolonged menstrual bleeding.
  4. Frequent menstrual periods: Hypothyroidism causes periods to occur more frequently, mainly at a gap of 21 days instead of the usual 28-day cycle.
  5. Longer menstrual periods: While a menstrual period lasts for an average of 5 days, hypothyroidism patients will have their periods lasting longer than 6 days.
  6. Painful menstrual periods: Dysmenorrhea is the term used to describe painful menstrual periods. This includes backaches, menstrual cramps, headache, and stomachache along with other symptoms.
  7. Hyperthyroidism: It is a condition caused due to the excessive production of thyroid hormone by the thyroid gland. An undiagnosed and improperly managed hyperthyroidism can cause several menstrual irregularities, such as 
    • Late menstruation: A female suffering from an untreated hyperthyroidism will experience her puberty at a late age of 15 or older compared to the average 12 years.
    • Lighter menstrual periods: The periods experienced by hyperthyroidism patients are lighter than the usual.
    • Short Menstrual periods: While the average time span of a period is 5 days, hyperthyroidism patients will have a period span of 3 days or lower.
    • Sporadic menstrual cycle: Hyperthyroidism patients suffer from oligomenorrhea, where they experience a strange and irregular menstrual cycle. The period may skip one or even two months and then resume again or come every 35 to 40 days.

When there is an irregularity in menstruation for more than 6 months, it becomes important to consult your physician to know the cause behind it and follow the appropriate treatment procedure. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Workout During Menses - Should You Do It?

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
Workout During Menses - Should You Do It?

Should you be hitting your gym during your ‘time of the month’ that is during your periods? This is a very common query and is presently a debatable issue. However, after weighing the various pros and cons, it has been concluded that working out during your periods is actually a good thing.

How work out during menses is helpful?

Exercising helps in beating the uncomfortable and painful cramps in the lower abdomen and helps in relieving fatigue, headaches and malaise. Exercising also helps in regulating blood flow, preventing clots. Working out also helps in sweating out the excess water retention or bloating that occurs during the premenstrual period. It keeps unnecessary weight gain in check. Exercise also helps in the steady flow of feel good hormones, scientifically termed as endorphins. This helps in improving mood, significantly making menstruating women happier and feeling positive.

It's a myth

  • In fact, there may be benefits to exercising on your period, including reduced cramps and higher pain tolerance. Additionally, the hormonal changes don’t impact your strength or endurance. So although you may feel tired, heading to the gym might make you feel better. Plus, we all know that exercise releases endorphins that cause happiness, so you’ll probably feel a bit cheerier after your workout as well.
  • If you feel really ill or have extreme cramps, don’t force yourself to exercise. Sometimes when your body is asking for rest, it’s because all it really needs to recover is a bit of rest.
  • If you’re still not sure about working out, try doing some low-impact exercise for the days you’re on your cycle, and switch back to heavier work when you’re off.

Use the right protection:
Generally, one of the biggest concerns for working out while during period is "what if I leak?" Although you will be moving your body in ways that might cause more of a flow, you can use the right tools to keep your menstrual cycle out of view. Opt for using a menstrual cup or a tampon rather than pads or panty liners; these options will trap the blood before it leaves your body, making it less likely to leak. If you’re still concerned, double up your protection by using a menstrual cup or tampon with a panty liner. Menstrual cups are much better at preventing leaks than tampons are, but their application may not be comfortable for everyone. Insert a new tampon just prior to exercising, so that you’ll have a better chance of being leak-free.

Here are 4 exercises you can explore during your periods:

  1. Aerobics: If you don’t feel enthusiastic about performing at your usual intensity, try some simpler aerobic exercises like running on a treadmill, Pilates, etc. If you play any games, continuing your sports during periods is a good idea.
  2. Yoga: By trying some breathing and relaxation exercises, you can reduce the stress and tension, in both mind and body. There are yoga postures that have been created specifically for the abdomen that can soothe painful muscles.
  3. Lifting Weight: If you don’t feel like moving around much, try lifting weights during your periods. You can burn calories even when at rest. Work out all major muscle groups. You can do smaller sets with lighter weights.
  4. Swim: Swimming during periods is not impossible. You can wear a tampon and take a dip, whether it is to swim laps or just to float around. The water will make you feel lighter and you’ll feel fresh too. Change your protection before and after the swim.
  5. Take home message: There is only one real rule for working out during your period: Listen to yourself. If you are cramping in a major way, listen to your body and take the day off. Push yourself to exercise but don’t push yourself too hard.

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

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Breast Cancer - 6 Ways You Can Reduce The Risk!

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
Breast Cancer - 6 Ways You Can Reduce The Risk!

Of all cancer types that affect the female population, breast cancer is the most common one. Statistics show that above 1 in 8 women in the USA are likely to develop breast cancer (invasive type, which is often severe). Changing lifestyles including prolonged use of birth control, smoking, alcohol abuse, lack of physical activity, dietary changes, etc., have led to an increased incidence. As these are here to stay, the only way is to prevent.

The likelihood of developing breast cancer is determined by risk factors. Some of these risk factors cannot be changed. For instance, age, ethnicity, and history of familial breast cancer. However, there are others, which can be acted upon or modified to reduce the chances of developing breast cancer.

Some of the preventable risk factors are as follows:

  • Nicotine abuse: Quitting smoking has multiple benefits for a woman, and one major benefit is the reduced risk of developing breast cancer. Other benefits include reduced incidence of diabetes, heart disease, and other cancers.
  • Hormone replacement therapy: To the extent possible, avoid prolonged use of birth control pills or hormones for other treatment purposes. In addition to using non-hormonal methods, if not avoidable, constantly monitoring hormone levels is very important. Birth control pills should especially be avoided by women over 35 years of age who smoke. The risk associated with developing cancer reduces as soon as the hormone supplement is stopped.
  • Weight Management: One of the major risk factors is obesity, and in people with other non-alterable risk factors, it is best to work on weight management from an early age. Talk to your doctor about your ideal BMI and ensure this is maintained.
  • Physical Activity: Regular physical activity, at least 30 minutes per day, in addition to strength training will help in keeping the body agile and managing weight. It also reduces the risk of breast cancer.
  • Breastfeeding: Studies have shown that breastfeeding has protective effect against breast cancer; longer a baby is breast fed, greater is the protective benefit.
  • Screening: Even if not completely preventable, early detection of breast cancer is very important. This will help in less severe treatment and better prognosis. Recommended ages for mammography are as follows:
    • In the age of 40 to 44, an annual mammogram is advised along with a discussion with the doctor on the risks.
    • An annual mammogram for all women in the age of 45 – 54 is important as most women enter menopause by this time. This needs to be continued annually, as self-breast exams alone cannot detect cancer, thus it is a good practice and anything abnormal will not go undetected.
    • These will help reduce the risk of developing breast cancer, help in early detection, and improve prognosis.

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

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