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Dr. Anitha

Gynaecologist, Hyderabad

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Dr. Anitha is one of the best Gynaecologists in Madinaguda, Hyderabad. Doctor is currently associated with Lalitha Gaythri Hospital in Madinaguda, Hyderabad. Book an appointment online with Dr. Anitha on Lybrate.com.

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#5-70, Phase 2 , R R Dist, Mytri Nagar, ISITECH Business School, Madinaguda. Landmark: Near to Reliance Fresh, HyderabadHyderabad Get Directions
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I'm a 16 year old boy and I've noticed that my right breast has enlarged and when I press it some colorless sticky liquid is released. Should I be worried and consult doctor. P. S. It pains when I press it but not usually.

Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
I'm a 16 year old boy and I've noticed that my right breast has enlarged and when I press it some colorless sticky li...
In boys at 16 some enlargement of breast does occur at time of puberty as boys have some female hormones too, like girls and women have some male hormones but they coexist in hormony without showing any symptoms, wait and watch, you may grow out of it when other symptoms of puberty take over the lead over female hormones, I am not for getting any doubts cleared by plastic surgery, there are health magazines full of ads cashing in on the fear factors.
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My period starts usually on the first week or last week of the month and after taking ipill on June 17, (2 days after my. Period end). I got a bleeding after 4-5 after taking ipill and now my period time is over which usually happen on 1st week of every month. Am I pregnant? shall I go. For pregnancy test or Is this the side effect of Ipill?

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
My period starts usually on the first week or last week of the month and after taking ipill on June 17, (2 days after...
If ipill was taken timely, then it should have prevented any pregnancy. The bleeding after ipill is proof that it has acted successfully. Moreover you took ipill just 2 days after end of last period, which may have been the 5-6th of the cycle, a time when egg formation and ovulation is rare. So all the pointers are giving a clean chit. However, it this period is delayed by ore than 10 days, go for pregnancy test as well since safety from ipill is not 100%.
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How Can Ayurveda Help In Mother And Child Care?

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Ahmedabad
How Can Ayurveda Help In Mother And Child Care?

Motherhood is a big responsibility. Being a caretaker and a nurturer requires a lot of hard work and time. Staying active physically, emotionally and spiritually is the most difficult work of all. It is even more tiring as the entire process of giving birth is a tiring task in itself.

In order to get over this tiredness, according to Ayurveda, one should try to calm their Vata. Spiritual elements of the body are collectively called Vata. Vata is responsible for maintaining the balance and order of the body.

How to calm Vata?

Diet

For the Mother:
A mother is tired, sleep deprived, and in pain after the daunting process of giving birth.

  • She should be present in cold and dry environment at all times
  • To calm her Vata, she should maintain her diet as well
  • This includes having light food, good fruits, and a lot of water
  • It is very important to remember she shouldn’t eat spicy food at all
  • She should try having food that provides nourishment to the body by including special herbs in the food, like Fenugreek, Ashwagandha and Pippali. These herbs stimulate the nourishing quality of food and provide the perfect balance to body.

For the Baby:

When it comes to taking care of infants, the best medicine and nurturer is the mother’s milk.

  • After the toddler is 10-11 months old, Ayurveda can play a major role in their diet.
  • Rasayana and Chyawanprash can boost immunity in children and calm their Vata.
  • Swarna bhasma when mixed with ghee and honey can be a very effective medicine during cold.
  • Shankhapushpi is also a medicinal herb that is very useful to boost immunity during the winters.

Physical Care

  • Physical care is important for both the mother and the baby. This includes mild massages and exercises from time to time.
  • Massages in the mother should be focused on the hip and the lower back region, as those are the places that experience most pain in the body. Ashwagandha and Bala oils are the best to massage with.
  • When it comes to the child, the most focused part is the skin. Though infants shouldn’t be subjected to massages at first, after a year, one can massage a baby with Snehana and Ashwagandha oils to improve the skin.

Emotional Care

  1. The mother and the child need emotional support more than anything. This requires a mother to spend time with her child as much as possible.
  2. A mother should get ample amount of sleep during the nights. So, as much as possible, the father should take care of the child during the nights.

Above are some of the best practices to nurture mother and the child. But it's not an easy task. It's going to be challenging and confusing, but once this becomes a habit, everything will fall into places. Consulting an Ayurvedic doctor is very helpful at this stage.

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Hello, I have sex with my wife on 3rd/4th day of period. She don't want to get pregnant. Is there any chance to get pregnant? Please provide me the details of the day in which if we have unprotected sex then the chance of pregnancy is zero.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
Hello, I have sex with my wife on 3rd/4th day of period. She don't want to get pregnant. Is there any chance to get p...
You will most likely ovulate on day 14 (although it can be a day or two sooner or later), and your fertile window is from days nine to fourteen (six days). If you bleed the average five days, and you start having unprotected intercourse four days after your period ends, you can get pregnant.An egg lives about a day after ovulation and sperm live about six days after sex, [so] you're basically fertile for around seven days of every menstrual cycle: the five days before you ovulate, and the day you ovulate. You can also get pregnant a day or two after ovulation, but it's less likely.
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I am 22 years old girl. I am suffering from pcos, thyroid, hair loss in scalp like hair thining. My weight is 85kg. I used to follow diet and exercise but my weight is not reducing. So please help me how to overcome it.

DGO, MD, MRCOG, CCST, Accredation in Colposcopy
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
You need to cut down or stop all sweets and fried foods as well as coke pepsi and fruit juices. Have vegetables cereals and dry toast and roti with dal. Do not take butter ghee and cheeses. Take small frequent meals instead. Join a gym, walk or jog or skip regularly. If needed see a dietician.
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Sexologist, Mumbai
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Hi Sir, I am 22 years old and I have been sex with my gf with protection and now we both wants to do openly sex without protection. Her period start on 27-July-2018. So please tell me the fix safe day or date for sex.

MBBS
Sexologist, Panchkula
You can do unprotected sex 5 days before start of periods and 5 days after end of period. There are no chances of pregnancy in this period.
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Hi me and my wife having sex without protection but I have not ejected my sperm in her body but she was missing a day Of period. Please advice

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), MS Counselling & Psychotherapy
Ayurveda, Mysore
Hi me and my wife having sex without protection but I have not ejected my sperm in her body but she was missing a day...
It's natural to miss periods, if intercourse have been carried during ovulation period, if you have a doubt about pregnancy then get pregnancy test done.
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Why Is Preventive Health Check-Up Important?

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, MBA - Health Care Administration
General Physician, Delhi
Why Is Preventive Health Check-Up Important?

An apple a day keeps the doctor away” however, while one may commend you on an excellent diet schedule, keeping the doctor away might not always seem to be too favourable an option, especially in recent times when unforeseen circumstances and complications pertaining to lifestyle irregularities always keep creeping up.

While proper diet and regular workouts may keep you remarkably fit, genetic constraints might easily overrule such efforts to maintaining good health. Frequent checkups are especially recommended for those who share a family history of a number of diseases, infections, any type of cancer, hypertension, or sleep disorders, since problems might grow quietly and steadily when left unchecked for a longer span of time.

Most people usually visit their doctor or physician when they face an emergency. This should not be the scenario, as is advised by most health experts. It has been widely accepted that the average visit to the clinic must be at the least, four times a year. However, uniformity isn’t to be maintained by everyone in this regard. Infants see a doctor for at least eight times a year while six to eight year olds visit their physician twice a year.

It is important to have a number of crucial matters looked into and tested periodically in order to keep track of any unfavourable developments:

  1. Dental check-up every six months
  2. Annual pap smears
  3. Semi-annual HIV tests
  4. Eye examinations once every two years, once a year for those patients with current vision problems
  5. Biennial skin cancer screening
  6. Full physical examination once a year
  7. Breast examination once a month
  8. Pelvic examination every few months
  9. Thyroid tests every five years
  10. Check blood pressure level every month

It is imperative to understand that not one particular check-up schedule is capable of fitting in the necessities of all individuals. This makes it all the more clear that, while the requirement of physical attention isn’t the same for everyone, once a year physical check-up is a must for any individual.

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

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