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Dr. Anjali J

Gynaecologist, Hyderabad

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My experience is coupled with genuine concern for my patients. All of my staff is dedicated to your comfort and prompt attention as well....more
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Dr. Anjali J is a renowned Gynaecologist in Saidabad, Hyderabad. You can consult Dr. Anjali J at Sai Venkata Hospital in Saidabad, Hyderabad. Book an appointment online with Dr. Anjali J on Lybrate.com.

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Madam, I am 21 year old I had my last periods on 28th Jan and I had unprotected sex on 5 Feb evening and then took unwanted 72 on 8 th morning then on 25 th I have bleeding which is Brown in colour and it stops on next day morning mam please help me I am quite stressed please and I also had a protected sex on 16 th.

MS sexuality, M.Phil Clinical Psychology, PhD (behaviour modification), Certified in Treatment of Resistant Depression
Sexologist, Hyderabad
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I am 21 year old I had my last periods on 28th Jan and I had unprotected sex on 5 Feb evening and then took un...
You are lucky you didn't conceive the first time as you were almost in the fertile period. Always use planned protection while having sex you are far too young to spoil your Gynec health. Protection which is planned will prevent unwanted pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections and stress that years undergoing please do not take your health lightly. All the best for more clarifications, advice and guidance you can contact me over online consultation. Best of luck.
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I am 26 year old unmarried female. From last two days my breast is having a lit pain and it started leaking a light white coloured liquid. What is this due to?

MBBS, CCEBDM, Diploma in Diabetology
Endocrinologist, Hubli-Dharwad
lybrate-user, Thanks for the query. Some times around menstrual cycle due to hormonal changes, breast may be engorged and there can be some pain plus milky discharge also may be seen. Please check the thyroid hormone and prolactin levels. Thanks.
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Diabetes and seasonal 'FLU'

MD - Internal Medicine, CCMD(Diabetology), PG Course in Diabetology
Diabetologist, Dehradun
Diabetes and seasonal 'FLU'
September marks the start of flu (influenza) season, flu is a serious respiratory illness that can lead to other illnesses, hospitalization and death. People with type 2 diabetes are at high risk. The flu is a common illness that can be prevented with a yearly flu shot (vaccine). The american diabetes association recommends that people with type 2 diabetes (and those who have type 1 diabetes) who are over the age of 6 months should get a flu shot each year.
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My last period date was 15th Aug and on 28th aug withdrawal bleeding started due to ipill and it started after 7 days so now when my next period will come?it is already delayed.

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
My last period date was 15th Aug and on 28th aug withdrawal bleeding started due to ipill and it started after 7 days...
Hi... Ipill makes the periods irregular so it is difficult to forecast the next date... And there other many side effects if it... My personal advise to u is choose condoms over any other contraceptive methods.
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I am 36 week pregnant. My scan report shows cord seen once around the neck. What does it mean? Is there any problem?

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Thane
I am 36 week pregnant. My scan report shows cord seen once around the neck. What does it mean? Is there any problem?
Dear Lybrate user, umbulical cord is the cord connecting your baby to the uterus is around the baby's neck. It is nothing significant however sometimes it might prevent the baby's head from coming down during delivery.
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Im advised to take overall l tablet ,actually I want to know the purpose of taking that tablet. If its for preventing pregnancy means shall I stop taking it because im separated from my hubby now.

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Homeopath, Hubli-Dharwad
Im advised to take overall l tablet ,actually I want to know the purpose of taking that tablet. If its for preventing...
this can be taken for both as not to get pregnant and to regulars your periods if for contraception you were using it then stop other wise for regularity you x rd taking them take for only three moths and stop
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Anaemia and How It Can Affect Your Health

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General Physician, Trivandrum
Anaemia and How It Can Affect Your Health

The lack of red blood cells or hemoglobin in the blood is termed as Anemia. You may also be diagnosed as anemic is your red blood cells do not have a high enough hemoglobin count. Since hemoglobin is responsible for the amount of oxygen in our blood, being anemic results in a decreased flow of oxygen in the blood. 

There are 5 different types of anemia. These are:

  1. Iron deficiency anemia: When the iron levels of the blood are lower than normal. 
  2. Sickle cell anemia: When the red blood cells are shaped like a 'sickle' and hence more fragile. This is an inherited condition. 
  3. Thalassemia: When the body does not produce enough red blood cells or hemoglobin. This is also an inherited condition.
  4. Megaloblastic anemia: When the blood does not have enough vitamin B12 and hence cannot transport hemoglobin through the body. 
  5. Hemolytic anemia: When the red blood cells are rapidly removed from the blood due to an infection, medication or disease. 

Lack of oxygen can have a serious effect on the organs of the body. Hence the symptoms of anemia are also the effects of the disease. 
Some of these are: 

Anemia can also lead to a number of major health problems such as:

  1. Heart disease: Anemia is directly linked to heart disease. When the blood carries less oxygen, the heart needs to work harder to pump it to the rest of the body. Thus, people who are anemic are at a higher risk of having a heart attack than a non anemic person. Anemia can also lead to arrhythmia or a condition where the person suffers from an irregular heartbeat.  
  2. Pregnancy complications: One of the first and most vital supplements prescribed to a pregnant woman is iron. Iron is essential not only for a healthy baby, but also for your own body. Anemia caused by a lack of iron can result in premature birth and a number of other complications at the time of pregnancy. 
  3. Increased risk of infections: Lack of oxygen in the blood can affect your immune system by lowering its ability to fight infections. This makes the body vulnerable to diseases. 
  4. Cognitive damage: Anemia in children can result in a greatly reduced attention span and weaken their memory. Sometimes, even when treated, this can result in permanent scarring and reduced IQ levels. 

Fighting anemia is not hard. Consult your doctor instantly if you recognize any of its symptoms and start eating food rich in iron to fight this disease.

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I am a 20 year old. My boyfriend and I had a little intimacy but I think his penis touched my labia. My next period is on 17th may. Should I take unwanted 72? If so then what effect will it have on my periods?

MBBS
General Physician, Chandigarh
I am a 20 year old. My boyfriend and I had a little intimacy but I think his penis touched my labia. My next period i...
You should take this tab within 72 hrs of sexual exposure this ipill tab will disrupt the pregnancy if it has happened.
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Calcium Tablets - Can They Be Bad For You?

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, Post Graduate Program in Diabetology
General Physician, Delhi
Calcium Tablets -  Can They Be Bad For You?

For many people, popping a calcium tablet is something which has benefits, but at the same time does no harm. After all, who does not want to have strong bones and healthy teeth? The unfortunate part is that things are not so simple and a lot of research has debunked this.

Take, for example, the findings that when an old woman has calcium, the fracture rates are not all that different as compared to one who has not had calcium supplements. In addition to this, it was also found as part of a study that there is no positive impact on the mineral density of the hip.

As a matter of fact, calcium tablets and supplements can pose a significant risk, as well. While it is true that calcium does help in the effort of getting heart disease, an amount which is greater than the dietary limit does not. Actually, the excess calcium may increase the risk. This is true when it comes to calcium from supplements and not calcium which is absorbed by the way of food. So, what sort of additional risk is there? A study found that people who receive calcium from a tablet or another similar source have about a 140% greater chance of a heart attack!

How much is too much?

A thousand milligrammes of calcium in excess of the requirement on a daily basis is said to increase the risk of death from CVD or cardiovascular disease by about a fifth. Not a trivial amount, by any measure.

But why does this happen?

The key to answering this question comes from how the calcium is absorbed by the body. When calcium from food is eaten, the rate of it being released is a lot slower as compared to calcium from tablets. Also, when there is excess calcium, it is not absorbed and kept in reserve by the body but is excreted in the form of urine. So, this calcium going through the kidneys can cause some trouble there, as well!

Yes or No?

So, what is to be done in order to make sure one is having a sufficient amount of calcium? Well, there are a lot of sources and consuming things such as dairy products and fish, along with dark leafy vegetables are some great ways to get natural calcium. Only if a person has very low calcium levels should calcium tablets be consumed? It is well worth remembering that too much of a good thing is a bad thing! If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a General Physician.

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