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Dr. Anjali J

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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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I got married in February 2016 still now baby not formed need suggestions v both r healthy no problem with us.

MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
I got married in February 2016 still now baby not formed need suggestions v both r healthy no problem with us.
Wait planned intercourse day 12-day 20 of menses evaluate and visit gynec if you don't conceive even after 1 year of marriage.
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Hi doctor. I had a miscarriage on 29of july. And got treatment for rpoc. I had bleeding till 5th of August. Yesterday I had sex. Today I started cramps and light bleeding. Is it the bleeding of miscarriage or periods. Should I go for another scan for rpoc. Or else it is normal to have bleeding.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, MBBS, Diploma In Specialised Advanced Gynaecological Endoscopy
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Hi doctor. I had a miscarriage on 29of july. And got treatment for rpoc. I had bleeding till 5th of August. Yesterday...
Yaa you shud go for scan for rpoc. Also do maintain abstinence for atleast 20 days. Unprotected intercourse at this stage will predispose you to infection (pid). In case you have any fever, pain lower abdomen, foul smelling discharge. Visit a gynaec.
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Planning Your Pregnancy - Why Is It Important?

Fellowship in Gynae Endoscopy, FMAS, DNB, DGO, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Planning Your Pregnancy - Why Is It Important?

Planning your pregnancy means thinking about what it means to have a baby and making decisions with your partner about the future of your family. Are you ready to be parents now? Or do you want to wait a while?
Certain tips you must follow before you try to get pregnant:

  1. Schedule a preconception visit: You don't have to have a doctor or midwife lined up to deliver your baby yet, but consult gynaecologist, midwife or family doctor now for a preconception checkup.Your practitioner will likely discuss diet, weight, exercise and any unhealthy habits you may have (such as smoking, drinking, and taking drugs); recommend a multivitamin; make sure you're up to date on your immunizations.
  2. Take folic acid (and watch out for vitamin A): You can buy folic acid supplements at the drugstore, or you can take a prenatal or regular multivitamin. Check the label on multivitamins to make sure they contain the 400 mcg of folic acid you need.
  3. Give up binge drinking, smoking, and drugs and get help if you need it: If you smoke or take drugs, now's the time to stop. Many studies have shown that smoking or taking drugs can lead to miscarriage, premature birth and low-birth-weight babies.
  4. Stock your fridge with healthy foods: You're not eating for two yet, but you should start making nutritious food choices now so your body will be stocked up with the nutrients you need for a healthy pregnancy.
  5. Check your caffeine intake: While there's no consensus on exactly how much caffeine is safe during pregnancy, experts agree that pregnant women and those trying to conceive should avoid consuming large amounts.
  6. Aim for a healthy weight: You may have an easier time conceiving if you're at a healthy weight. Having a low or high body mass index (BMI) makes it harder for some women to become pregnant.
  7. Create and follow an exercise program: Start and stick to a fitness plan now, and you'll be rewarded with a healthy body that's fit for pregnancy.
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Tell me Ayurvedic medicine for weakness, scanty periods, increase estrogen level naturally?

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), MD - Ayurveda
Ayurveda, Pune
Tell me Ayurvedic medicine for weakness, scanty periods, increase estrogen level naturally?
Use warm water for drinking,take healthy ,warm food,fresh fruits,dry fruits,take proper rest,sound sleep,do regular exercise, yoga,pranayam. Avoid- chilled water,cold drink, foods kept in fridge,oily,spicy,outside food,water, avoid late night works, travelling ,overexertion during menstruation. best luck..
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I have done sex with my partner during my ovulation period without using condom so he ejaculated semen in my vagina but I have inserted cu-t in june 2016 so is there any risk of pregnancy I had also checked my iud it was on place before sex.

MD, MBBS
General Physician, Noida
I have done sex with my partner during my ovulation period without using condom so he ejaculated semen in my vagina b...
Cu-T is very effective and as effective as i-pill for emergency contraception. It means that if Cu-T is inserted even after sexual intercourse within 5-days, it is effective in preventing pregnancy. Failure rates for Cu-T is 0.1% to 2.2% after 1 year of use depending type of Cu-T. As you got your Cu-T inserted within 4 months. It's failure chances are even lesser. So theoretically there is very small risk of getting pregnancy, practically you can't have pregnancy after Cu-T.
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I got baby in 14th dec 2015 & I had sex without protection on 9th march and now I hv doubt if I get pregnant again but I do not want to get pregnant again so can I have UNWANTED 72 please please please reply soon so that if I can have this medicine I wil; take within 48hrs please help me to get rid of it please tel me if there is any other solution please .

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
I got baby in 14th dec 2015 & I had sex without protection on 9th march and now I hv doubt if I get pregnant again bu...
While breastfeeding, ovulation does not occur but that is not the rule. Even without menstruation, ovulation can occur. There is no harm in taking i-pill asap, as it will definitely prevent pregnancy. Menses usually starts after cesarean section between 6 months to 12 months. But even before menses starts you can get pregnant. Ideal contraception for breastfeeding woman is copper t which has highest efficacy. While choosing a method of contraception, it is important that it not interfere with lactation or have negative effects on the infant. Iucd or copper t is more effective than condoms and progesterone only pills. Oc pills suppresses milk production.
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Hello sir mujhe ye janna ki mai agar period 17/3/17 ko aya tha or maine 4/4/17 ko physical relationship banaya with out comdom to kya mai pregnent ho jaongi.

BASM, MD, MS (Counseling & Psychotherapy), MSc - Psychology, Certificate in Clinical psychology of children and Young People, Certificate in Psychological First Aid, Certificate in Positive Psychology, Positive Psychiatry and Mental Health
Psychologist, Palakkad
Hello sir mujhe ye janna ki mai agar period 17/3/17 ko aya tha or maine 4/4/17 ko physical relationship banaya with o...
Dear user. FERTILE PHASE is the phase of a female's menstrual cycle when an egg (ovule) is released from the ovaries. In humans, ovulation occurs about midway through the menstrual cycle, after the follicular phase. The few days surrounding ovulation (from approximately days 10 to 18 of a 28 day cycle), constitute the most fertile phase. So if you have ejaculatory sexual inter course from day 10 from the first day of period and to day 20, the chances of pregnancy are much more. There are many determinants of pregnancy. You should be sexually matured. Your partner should be sexually matured. The period of your partner should be in the fertile stage. Her egg and your sperm cells should healthy enough. Then her uterus should be capable to get conceived. If all these were satisfied, the pregnancy could be a result. Take care.
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Everything You Should Know About 'Morning After Pill'.

MBBS
General Physician, Chittorgarh
Everything You Should Know About 'Morning After Pill'.

Choosing what to do about an unwanted pregnancy can be a very hard decision to make. Thankfully, with the introduction of emergency contraceptives, numerous unwanted pregnancies have been successfully nipped in the bud.
Emergency contraceptives, also called “morning-after pills”, and are relatively new to the medical world, and many of you may be unaware of their usage, advantages, and side-effects. Here are some important questions that may cross your mind when planning to take an emergency pill:

1. When to take an emergency contraceptive? an emergency pill has to be taken orally, within 24-72 hours of unprotected sex. Some pills are advised within 24-48 hours of intercourse, while others can work up to 72 hours.

2. What is its composition? most emergency birth control pills are composed of a progesterone-estrogen combination called ‘levonorgestrel’.

3. How effective is emergency contraception? A majority of the emergency pills have a success rate of 95% if taken within 24 hours. The rate of success decreases with the passage of time after unprotected intercourse. Even though these pills can work up to 72 hours, they should be taken as soon as possible to avoid any risk of pregnancy.

4. How does emergency birth control work? depending on your reproductive cycle, the emergency pill works by delaying ovulation (the release of egg from ovaries)and disrupting the fertilization of the egg with the sperm. It may also prohibit the implantation (attachment) in the uterus, even after fertilization has occurred.

5. Does it protect against sexually transmitted diseases? emergency pills do not protect against the risk of sexually transmitted diseases and hiv. Condoms should always be used to prevent these diseases.

6. How safe are these pills? emergency birth control is a rapid and action-driven process. The dosage is usually strong, and regular usage is strictly not advised. Some pills are absorbed into the system and remain active up to 7 days, while others are never absorbed. The pills are safe if taken in a cautious and responsible manner. 

However, there may be some side effects such as nausea, fatigue, headache and stomach cramps due to hormonal imbalance. Periods may start early or even get delayed.

Remember! emergency contraceptives should not be used as a primary method of contraception. Instead, regular birth control methods like condoms, intra-uterine devices (iuds) etc. Should be considered. Also, these pills do not work if pregnancy has already occurred.

Although emergency pills are effective in a majority of cases, professional consultation along with proper precautions is always advisable. Ensuring proper intake of water and a healthy diet is highly recommended for combating the side effects of emergency contraception.

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I m suffering from irregular periods maximum and last for 5 days and is very painful after it stops please suggest me what should I do.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
I m suffering from irregular periods maximum and last for 5 days and is very painful after it stops please suggest me...
As u r just 14 years old, ur ovary has not started functioning properly yet. In this age this kind of irregular cycles are expected to happen which do not require any treatment. It will be auto-corrected as ur age advances. For the pain u can take any pain killers and if the pain is too severe to stop u from going to school, u can get an ultrasound done to find out any problem
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I am bleeding since last 25 days. I am bleeding a lot during my menstrual cycle and clots are coming which is really painful for me I am not sexually active and having pain in my lower stomach area. What could be the cause of it and treatment for this. I am worried for this What are the reasons of this.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), Diploma in Pharmacy
Ayurveda, Mumbai
I am bleeding since last 25 days. I am bleeding a lot during my menstrual cycle and clots are coming which is really ...
For the bleeding to stop for now take. Tablet texakind mf 1-1 tablet ethasyl 500 mg 1-1 for 5 days. Ashokarishta 2 spoons twice a day with equal quantity of warm water. After the bleeding stops get your sonography done follow me up with the reports for further treatment.
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