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Dr. K Aruna Kumari

Gynaecologist, Hyderabad

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I pride myself in attending local and statewide seminars to stay current with the latest techniques, and treatment planning....more
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Dr. K Aruna Kumari is an experienced Gynaecologist in Malakpet, Hyderabad. You can consult Dr. K Aruna Kumari at Balaji Womens Clinic in Malakpet, Hyderabad. Book an appointment online with Dr. K Aruna Kumari on Lybrate.com.

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Hello doc. My aunt, 51 years, have irritable bowel syndrome. And her sugar level fasting is 107mg/dl. Her weight is 63. She is loosing weight rapidly. Pls suggest diet. Expecting a honest reply.

MD-Ayurveda, Basic Life Support (B.L.S), Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Ahmednagar
Hello doc. My aunt, 51 years, have irritable bowel syndrome. And her sugar level fasting is 107mg/dl. Her weight is 6...
For ibs only diet charts are not sufficient. As she needs oral herbal medicine to strengthen her colons. Consult with me in private for details.
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I got married recently. Im nt getting my period it has 10 days delayed. We are not planning for baby so please suggest me the medicine.

M.B.S.(HOMEO), MD - Homeopathy
Homeopath, Visakhapatnam
First important thing to prevent pregnancy to maintain the safe period that is: menstrual cycles have several days at the beginning that are infertile (pre-ovulatory infertility), a period of fertility, and then several days just before the next menstruation that are infertile (post-ovulatory infertility). The first day of bleeding is considered day one of the menstrual cycle. In this safe period calculator, days 1 to 7 and day 21 to rest of the cycle is calculated as" safe period" or" safe days" for individuals with regular 26-32 days cycles. Plese read the method overview for more information. Proper use of safe period calculation method along with coitus interruptus (withdrawal method or pull-out method) is a suggested as a sin free or green family planning method for couples with self control over sexuality. Withdrawal method is not suggested for adolescents or those having casual sex. Others may use condoms during unsafe days to avoid serious and potentially life-threatening risks associated with the use of contraceptive pills.
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Do You Know Nightcaps (Drinking Alcohol Before Bed) Give You the Worst Sleep!

MD - Medicine, Diploma in Diabetology, MBBS
General Physician, Malda
Do You Know Nightcaps (Drinking Alcohol Before Bed) Give You the Worst Sleep!
"Nightcaps (Drinking alcohol before bed) give you the worst sleep ever!

Any alcoholic beverage (generally brandy, wine, beer, bourbon etc) consumed before bedtime is known as a nightcap. You may have a nightcap thinking you’ll get better sleep, but did you know that it’s actually responsible for giving you a disrupted sleep pattern? Nightcaps may gradually start interfering with your sleeping quality, causing you to wake up sooner than you want.

How do nightcaps adversely affect your sleeping pattern?

Recently, a study conducted by the University of Melbourne revealed the fact that alcohol before bedtime can give you the worst sleep ever. In this study, several volunteering adults were neurologically monitored in a lab for a few days. Half of them were asked to have nightcaps, while the other half was instructed to drink non-alcoholic beverages. After completing their observation, the researchers reached the conclusion that though alcohol resulted in greater number of sleeping hours, it left the participants feeling dehydrated and less refreshed in the morning due to fragmented sleep. This is because the sleep induced by nightcaps is very shallow, and having nightcaps regularly can result in less restorative sleep.

The side-effects of nightcaps

Ruining your sleep is not the only ill effect nightcaps have on your health. Nightcaps give rise to other issues too, like snoring and night sweats. Moreover, consuming alcohol before falling asleep also weakens your immune system, damages your memory, speeds up the ageing process, results in nightmares, and causes headaches and insomnia. In fact, regular nightcaps are bad for your heart too.

4 ways how you can prevent alcohol from affecting your sleep pattern

Nonetheless, if you want to include a bit of alcohol to your dinner, it can be done in the correct way to ensure that it doesn’t affect the quality of your sleep. You can follow these simple rules to minimise the ill effects of nightcaps:

1. Stick to the three hour rule: Ensure that you drink alcohol at least 3 hours prior to sleeping.

2. Limit yourself to a fixed amount: Always consume alcoholic beverages in moderation and try to limit yourself to only one or two drinks every day.

3. Sleep early: Try to avoid staying awake longer than you usually do as this adds up to alcohol’s abilities of disturbing your sleep.

4. Increase your water intake: Prevent your body from getting dehydrated by the effect of alcohol by consuming at least one glass of water for each glass of alcohol. Additionally, don’t forget to sip a few glasses of water after waking up in the morning.

Sleep is important for your overall well being, so try not to compromise with it by consuming nightcaps regularly, especially after knowing about its devastating effects.

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I am trying for pregnancy again after two miscarriages. I am taking 12.5 thyroxine for thyroid, my recent test result of TSH is 4.08 uIU/MI. Kindly suggest me if there should be any change in tablet dose or I can continue with the same power of thyronorm.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
I am trying for pregnancy again after two miscarriages. I am taking 12.5 thyroxine for thyroid, my recent test result...
Anyone who had 2 repeated abortions needs lot of reports before planning pregnancy so meet Gynecologist.
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Is it normal to have 16*13 mm follicle on day 11 and if ovulation occur on this size is there a chance to get pregnant?

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology)
Gynaecologist, Bangalore
Is it normal to have 16*13 mm follicle on day 11 and if ovulation occur on this size is there a chance to get pregnant?
It's normal to have a follicle of this size on Day 11. However the size has to be around 20mm for the follicle to be mature and result in ovulation. The chances of pregnancy are low if ovulation occurs at 16*13mm size.
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My girl friend have periods for more than 5 days? Is there anything to worry? Is it normal.

Minimal invasive surgery in gynaecology, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, DNB, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
My girl friend have periods for more than 5 days? Is there anything to worry? Is it normal.
Bleeding upto 7 days is normal if flow is not excessive. But if it is more than 7 days or with excessive flow and passage of clots, it needs to be investigated.
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My wife is 4th time pregnant. Last 3 times she used abortion pills. In 2 years she had 3 abortion pills. We don't use birth control methods. She is 27 years old. Is it safe to take the pill again? She is 6 week pregnant.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
It is not safe to take the pills often and you need to use other contraceptive methods like using a gelly or pessary insertedinto the vagian before pentration or taking the contraceptive non hormonal pill like Saheli Blocking estrogen in the uterus comes with added benefits – it has no nasty hormonal side effects. Women who take Saheli don’t experience nausea, headaches, or changes in weight. They also find their periods are lighter. Effective Saheli is nearly as effective as the normal birth control pill. If it's taken consistently, fewer than 2 in 100 women get pregnant within the first year, compared to fewer than 1 in 100 women with hormonal pills. By comparison, your chances of getting pregnant without using any birth control method is 85 in 100. Bi-weekly to weekly dose You’ve got to take Saheli twice a week for the first three months. But after that you take just one pill a week. What this means practically is that if your period starts on Monday, you take the pill every Monday and Thursday for the first three months. Starting on the fourth month, you only take it once a week every Monday. All the benefits minus the side effects Not surprisingly, Saheli is advertised as comparable to the pill with all the effectiveness of hormonal birth control minus its nasty side effects. With all these benefits, one has to wonder why it's only available in India.
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My wife is pregnant with 6.3 weeks. She is suffering with vomiting every time she have something. Kindly suggest any remedy for the same. For how many months will it continue?

MBBS, DGO
Gynaecologist, Hyderabad
My wife is pregnant with 6.3 weeks. She is suffering with vomiting every time she have something. Kindly suggest any ...
Vomiting in early weeks of pregnancy is common, no need to worry about that, your doctor might have prescribed some medication for that, you can take that. Try to give the food which she likes. Early morning after rising from bed, after brushing, give her bread slice, then wait for 1 hour, then she can take whatever she wants.
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Signs That Something May Be Wrong With Your Thyroid

Doctor of Homeopathic Medicine (M.D.), Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine & Surgery (BHMS), Post Graduate Diploma in Counselling Psychology
Homeopath, Mumbai
Signs That Something May Be Wrong With Your Thyroid
Many people come with abnormal thyroid hormone levels and overt symptoms. Their frequent inquiry is, why are we not able to see the signs coming on?

Truth is, you can.

Your body is an intelligent temple. It always gives off alarms or notifications if something is going wrong somewhere. These few signs can alert you that your thyroid may not be functioning as well as it should be:

1. You have begun to gain weight suddenly.
2. Your energy levels have drastically gone down.
3. You are sweating more than you usually do (even during cold weather).
4. Your skin has become dry and hair has become strawy and brittle.
5. Your appetite has reduced.
6. You have suddenly become constipated.

If you begin to experience a combination of any of the above symptoms, it is advisable to get your thyroid levels checked.
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