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Dr. Vidya Bisla is a renowned Gynaecologist in Sector-43, Gurgaon. You can visit her at Paras Hospitals-Gurgaon in Sector-43, Gurgaon. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Vidya Bisla on Lybrate.com.

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Pelvic Inflammatory Disease - All You Need To Know!

MBBS (Hons.) , DGO, Obs and Gynae, MS- Obs and Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Ranchi
Pelvic Inflammatory Disease - All You Need To Know!

Pelvic Inflammatory Disease is a common infection in the female reproductive organs like the ovaries, the uterus and the fallopian tubes and also the inside of the pelvis. If left untreated for a long time, PID can lead to severe problems like pregnancy complications, infertility and cancer.

Causes

Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD) like chlamydia and gonorrhea produce vaginal bacteria which travel to the interior organs and cause PID. Having unprotected sexual contact with someone who has an STD is the most common cause of PID. Moreover, medical processes like abortion, miscarriage, childbirth, insertion of contraceptive devices can also lead to bacterial infection.

Having sex with a number of different people, or having sex before the age of 20, or having had an STD in the past, also increase the chances of Pelvic Inflammatory Disease.

Symptoms

The disease may show only minor symptoms or it may not show any symptom at all. When it does, the common symptoms are pelvic pain, discomfort while urinating or having intercourse, difficulties with menstruation and unusual fluid discharge from the vagina. Associated symptoms of Pelvic Inflammatory Disease include high fever, nausea, vomiting, indigestion, exhaustion, shivering and fainting.

Diagnosis

A pelvic examination is conducted to check for abnormal bleeding from the cervix (the opening of the uterus), fluid discharge or severe pain in the uterus, fallopian tubes or in the ovaries.

Swabs taken from the cervix and the vagina are tested for STDs or other possible bacterial infections that may cause Pelvic Inflammatory Disease.

An ultrasound or a Computerized Tomography (CT) scan is conducted to make sure that the symptoms are not being caused by other disorders like appendicitis or other kinds of infection in the reproductive organs.

A pregnancy test is also done to take the necessary precautions to protect the fetus from the adverse effects of the infection.

Treatment

The treatment procedures of Pelvic Inflammatory Disease vary depending on the type of bacteria that caused the infection in the specific case. Antibiotic medication is used to treat the condition. In case of severe complications, the patient has to be hospitalized.

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26 weeks pregnant and found growth of e.coli in urine culture. Any serious issue?

MD-Gynaecologist & Obstetrician , MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
26 weeks pregnant and found growth of e.coli in urine culture. Any serious issue?
Yes, you need to take treatment under your doctor supervision.Drink a lot of water and maintain local hygiene as well

Hi, my LMP was Aug 27. We had sex on 11th of September. I didn't get my periods yet. I checked the pregnancy kit, it is negative. Past two days I feel vomiting senses in the morning. Can you please let me know if I need to wait for few more days to consult doc or tmr can I consult?

M.D. Consultant Pathologist, CCEBDM Diabetes, PGDS Sexology USA, CCMTD Thyroid, ACDMC Heart Disease, CCMH Hypertension, ECG
Sexologist, Sri Ganganagar
Hi, my LMP was Aug 27. We had sex on 11th of September. I didn't get my periods yet. I checked the pregnancy kit, it ...
Yes wait and recheck morning specimen for pregnancy. Do b h c g test/usg .there are chances of pregnancy according to sex that was ovulation day. Contact me or your doctor.

Hello Doctor we are planning for our second child but my wife is getting periods in 20 days. Kindly suggest what should we do? My wife is 32 years of age and we do not have any medical history.

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
Hello Doctor we are planning for our second child but my wife is getting periods in 20 days. Kindly suggest what shou...
Firstly try to find out the reason why your wife i having so early periods.Treat the causse.Secondly if there is no any reason for early menses then you mut have knowledge of safe and unsafe period in your wifes menstrual cycle.and If you areaware of all this then get youself and your wife tested . Your wife blood test for CBC,Thyroid Profile,LH,FSH and PROLACTIN Your SEMEN ANALYSIS ( Provide ample of sperms after 72 hour of prohibition from sexual contact)

Bacterial Vaginosis - 5 Signs You are Suffering from it

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
Bacterial Vaginosis - 5 Signs You are Suffering from it

What is Bacterial Vaginosis?

Bacterial Vaginosis is an infection that occurs in and around the female genitalia. It does not usually pose a major health threat and is a mild infection that can be controlled and cured with timely medical intervention. Although it is believed to be sexually transmitted, it can also affect women who are not sexually active.

Bacterial Vaginosis can however, be dangerous for women who are pregnant and are near to their delivery date. It can cause severe uterine infection and increases the chance of miscarriage.

In some cases, pelvic surgeries, which include caesarean, hysterectomy, abortion or other abdominal surgery, bacterial vaginosis can be contracted during the surgical procedure. This can further complicate the condition of the patient.

Bacterial Vaginosis is a common complaint among women who have physically reached the child bearing age and symptoms of this physical problem can become prominent at any time of the menstrual cycle.

Causes of Bacterial Vaginosis

  1. Unhygienic washrooms

  2. Dirty, unwashed underwear

  3. Multiple sexual partners

  4. Change in the vaginal pH, causing the reduction in the protective acidic secretion that prevents the growth of other harmful bacteria

  5. It can also arise from the placement of Intrauterine device (IUD), a contraceptive device placed to prevent the eggs released by the ovaries, from reaching the uterus.

Symptoms of Bacterial Vaginosis

  1. The most common sign of bacterial vaginosis is a foul smelling vaginal discharge.

  2. The discharge increases after sexual activities.

  3. Discomfort during urination

  4. In some rare cases, there is itching and dryness

  5. In most cases, bacterial vaginosis does not reveal too many symptoms and does not even cause intense irritation.

Treatment

  1. Bacterial Vaginosis can be treated with antibiotics that are generally to be continued for a course of 7 days.

  2. Symptoms and discomfort of bacterial vaginosis generally recede within 2-3 days. However, it is recommended that the medicine should not be stopped even after the symptoms disappear.

  3. Only in rare cases, certain antibiotics may lead to a vaginal yeast infection. In case of redness, inflammation, irritation and undesirable discharge, you must seek medical attention immediately.
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I am 25 year old, I am 60 days pregnant I take milflostone one tablet but it doesn't work now tell me it is dangerous to me, or what can I do?

MBBS, DGO - Preventive & Social Medicine
Gynaecologist, Sri Ganganagar
I am 25 year old, I am 60 days pregnant I take milflostone one tablet but it doesn't work now tell me it is dangerous...
You do not want pregnancy? Take full abortion kit mifepristone and misoprostol if you want abortion.
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I have been diagnosed with lupus nephritis last year and I am already taking an aggressive treatment. What if I plan to get pregnant? Will that be safe for me and the baby? And will that pregnancy be successful?

MS- Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
I have been diagnosed with lupus nephritis last year and I am already taking an aggressive treatment. What if I plan ...
about kidney status it is better to talk to nephrologist. u must b on high dose steroid they can lead to malformation in new born .It is better if u plan pregnancy once dose of steroid reduce

Stay Healthy

MBBS, MD - Community Medicine, CCIP
Sexologist, Ranchi
Stay Healthy

If you can run do run at least for 10 minutes alternately. Its always better to start early in your life.

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Surgery For Parkinson's Disease - Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS)

MBBS, MHS, MD - Neurology (USA), Fellowship In Epilepsy, Clinical Attachment In Movement Disorders
Neurologist, Mumbai
Surgery For Parkinson's Disease - Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS)

Brain Surgery for treating Parkinson's diease is called Deep Brain Stimulation, or DBS.

If your symptoms are well controlled with medications, no doctor in their right mind would recommend you to have surgery. But in a few patients, medications no longer is pushed into a very particular part of the produce adequate improvement. Either the improvement lasts for a very short time, or the medication produces such dramatic dyskinesias that giving an adequate dose is impossible. Approximately, 70% of such patients benefit  kept in the skin below the chest. No part from this surgery.

The improvement is very significant, but DBS does not make all symptoms of Parkinson’s disease magically disappear. It is very important to have realistic expectations from the surgery. The improvement seen after surgery is not the same for every patient. On an average, patients get 5 extra hours of good functioning during which time they can walk, talk, go around and – in general – have a better life. The 5 “good” hours may not seem like much. But when you consider the fact that these patients frequently don’t even have 4 hours of good functioning before the surgery, it represents a major improvement in their quality of life.

DBS SURGICAL PROCEDURE - how is this surgery done?

This is a brain surgery, but a relatively minor one. A metal frame is usually attached to the patient’s head. A very small hole (approximately 1 cm in diameter) is made in the head, and a thin (1 to 1.5 mm thick) wire is inserted through it. The wire brain called the “sub-thalamic nucleus”.

The same process is repeated on the other side and another small wire is inserted. These wires are then connected to a small battery (a square of approx. 3 inch) that is of this device can be seen from the outside, and any scars on the head are usually covered by hair in a few weeks.The device is usually turned on 4 weeks after the surgery. On an average, most batteries last about 5 years, and can be replaced when required. Consult an Expert & get answers to your questions!

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