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Management of Abortion
Caesarean Section Procedure
Treatment Of Female Sexual Problems
Termination Of Pregnancy Procedure
Treatment Of Pregnancy Problems
Well Woman Healthcheck
Treatment Of Female Sexual Problems
Treatment Of Medical Diseases In Pregnancy
Treatment Of Menstrual Problems
Intra-Uterine Insemination (IUI) Treatment
Medical Termination Of Pregnancy (Mtp) Procedure
Gynecology Laparoscopy Procedures
Pap Smear Procedure
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I am 24 years old and have pcos. I had irregular periods thus was under treatment for 6 months for pcos. I do exercise regularly. I had not been using medicines since november. I got periods twice in december. I am planning to have a baby. Do I need to worry about it?
What is salt and sodium?
Salt is made of sodium (40% by weight) and chloride (60% by weight). Sodium is a crucial electrolyte in the body. Sodium is an essential nutrient necessary for maintenance of plasma volume and blood pressure, acid-base balance, transmission of nerve impulses and normal cell function.
Different types of salt?
- Table salt or common salt
- Sea salt
- Himalayan rock salt (sendha namak and black salt)
The primary advantages of various types of salts other than common salt is having trace minerals (in very small amounts) and lack of processing and additives.
How salt intake normally?
WHO recommends that adults consume less than 5 g (just under a teaspoon) of salt per day. This goes around 2300mg of sodium per day. But, most Indian people consume too much salt - on average 9-12 grams per day.
What are health hazards of high salt intake?
How high intake of sodium cause kidney disease?
High salt intake is associated with kidney disease by two mechanisms:
Causing hypertension, vascular injury and proteinuria.
FOOD containing high salts?
Fast foods, preserved and packaged foods like:
- Bread products
- Salted and dry-roasted nuts
- Salt fish
- Smoked meat and fish
- Soy sauce
- Stock cubes
Many snack foods - chips, crackers, and pretzels - contain several hundred milligrams of sodium per serving.
Conditions where low salt is beneficial?
How to reduce sodium (salt) intake?
- Not adding salt during the preparation of food
- Not having a salt shaker on the table
- Limiting the consumption of salty snacks
- Choosing products with lower sodium content
- Remove salt from recipes whenever possible
- Use salt substitutes wisely
- Eat more fresh fruits and vegetables and low-fat dairy
- Use onions, garlic, herbs, spices, citrus juices and vinegars in place of some or all of the salt to add flavour
- Drain and rinse canned beans (like chickpeas, kidney beans, etc.) and vegetables
- Combine lower-sodium versions of food with regular versions. This will not differ much in taste. This works especially well for broths, soups and tomato-based pasta sauces.
- Cook pasta, rice and hot cereal without salt
- Cook by grilling, braising, roasting, searing and sautéing to bring out natural flavors. This will reduce the need to add salt
- Incorporate foods with potassium like sweet potatoes, potatoes, greens, tomatoes.
We r using flavoured condoms for vaginal sex. But for the last 10 days I was feeling little pain in my vagina. Which I ignored. Now after sex I find little blood. Can this be infection due to condoms.
My wife is pregnant. She has 8th month. She has a fever and cough from five days. She has consulted a doctor. She give multivitamin and tablet unimox cv 625 and syrup kofarest. Can she multivitamin with antibiotics and syrup kofarest.
Hi, I am married. i have to know about pregnancy time which time I have to sex with my partner. please brief.
Hi, I am 7 week pregnant. Had a missed abortion in 2016 n this is my 2nd gestation after that. I have undergone ovulation induction for 3 cycles. Now my doctor suggested me to take susten 300 mg for 6 weeks, but earlier when I was taking this, had low bp issues n many other side effects. Should I go for this tablet, c has also suggested hucog5000 injection for one month. I am really confused about susten, though I know its importance but m afraid of its side effects. I am a ltl hesitant to ask my gynae. I just want to know, how urgent it is n is there any alternative I mean in injection form. I am 35 years and 2 months old.
I am 31 years old lady having 3 years old kid. And placed copper t since last 2.5 years .My last period date is 12 Dec. But then 24 th Dec again I started bleeding like periods only. I went to a doctor, wrote me overall g for 21 days as I wanted to stop bleeding as I a family function to attend. It didn't stop my periods ever but reduced it quite well. After 15 days I went to a doctor she physically checked and gave me clingen forte for 7 days for the infection treatment. After taking 6 tablets also I still have spotting everyday. I Just finished my course taking last tablet yesterday morning of overall g and I am getting bleeding today by afternoon. What this could be? Why didn't my bleeding stop after finishing infection treatment? What else it could be?
Hi am Jyoti, I got positive pregnancy test in hospital checkup, but actually my Question is every month my mesus was delayed it take time of 45 days, am I confirm I am sure pregnant?
Pregnancy is a normal life function that many women go through. Yet, this is a function or a part of life where one has to take special care of one’s health and condition as there are many biological changes that happen in one’s body. Swollen legs and ankles are a common part of one’s pregnancy. This condition is most commonly known as edema and it usually occurs when fluid collects in the tissue. This in turn happens when the blood chemistry changes and the fluid gets routed to the tissue. This is a common occurrence due to the hormonal changes that one goes through during pregnancy. The condition usually troubles pregnant ladies during their third trimester.
Read on to find out the various ways in which one can deal with it.
- When to call a doctor: Call a doctor or a midwife for a thorough check up if you happen to see any puffiness or swelling in your face and eyes. This could point at a more serious problem like the onset of preeclampsia. Also, if you happen to notice that one leg is more swollen than the other, then you may want to see a doctor about it, as it could mean that there is a blood clot in the leg.
- Put your feet up: This is especially important if you are at a desk all day. The best way to deal with such swelling is to put your feet up every once in a while, so that the swelling may reduce. You can use a foot stool or even a pile of books for this purpose.
- Breaks: If you are constantly sitting or lying down, it would be a good idea to give it a break and walk around a little so that there is better blood circulation. This also keeps the blood from pooling into the lower regions of the legs, which can prevent an increase in the swelling.
- Comfortable footwear: One should stick to flat and comfortable footwear with an even elevation as well as foam soles so that the comfort level while walking and standing is optimum. Choose your shoes so that they can accommodate your swelling instead of pinching your feet. Also, you can choose to wear snug socks and stockings, which will form a band around your feet. This will ensure that the swelling does not increase to a painful level. At the same time, you must avoid socks that have bands, which are too tight as this may lead to blood pooling and subsequent swelling in the legs and ankles.
- Water: Drinking plenty of water ensures that there is less fluid retention. This is one of the best ways of fighting edema whether or not you are pregnant.
6. Freqent bp monitoring is required in these patients.