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Dr. K.Harati

Gynaecologist, Hyderabad

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Dr. K.Harati is a popular Gynaecologist in Chanda Nagar, Hyderabad. You can visit him/her at Kadimi Nursing Home in Chanda Nagar, Hyderabad. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. K.Harati on Lybrate.com.

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What's the reason for blood in urine? Is this related to cancer or any other disease?

MD - Ayurveda, B.A.M.S.
Ayurveda, Ajmer
What's the reason for blood in urine? Is this related to cancer or any other disease?
Hello Lybrate user blood in urine might be due to infection, stone, any renal disease, any malignancy or might be due to any medicine. Go to urologist and get complete urine examination.
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During follicular study it's found that right ovarian follicle size is 19x15x12 mm at 10th day after my period. Endometrial thickness is 4 mm. Left ovarian follicle size is 9x8x7 mm. Will it be possible to get pregnant this month?)

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
During follicular study it's found that right ovarian follicle size is 19x15x12 mm at 10th day after my period. Endom...
Hello, follicle bursts after 22 mm size is reached, so there is a possibility that you may conceive if you have natural sex starting from day 12 onwards.
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I am 30 yrs old housewife. B. P blood sugar all is normal. Me & my husband leading normal sex life. From 2 week I suffer bygenital itching specially clitoris & side of the vagina. Used terbenafine tab & below in ointment. Sudden relief but again came back.

DGO, MD, MRCOG, CCST, Accredation in Colposcopy
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
Please get a high vaginal swab done to check the nature of the organism/fungus with sensitivities. Also ensure that your blood sugar is okay.
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Hii sir, my age is 21 and I am having irregular periods. Can you please suggest me how to make my periods regular.

B.H.M.S.
Homeopath, Solapur
hello , how many mths u had c/o? is there any cause ? family his. of same c/o ? take q jonsia 15 drops 3times cinn.zeyl 12c 4times day for wk take care thnks
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Health Constitution - 6 Tips That Will Help You Stay Fit!

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), Msc. Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Lucknow
Health Constitution - 6 Tips That Will Help You Stay Fit!

People who rarely fall ill and are able to undertake strenuous tasks are said to have a strong constitution. When talking in terms of health, constitution refers to a person’s physical and mental strength. The stronger your constitution, the healthier you are. Having a strong constitution also makes treatment more effective in case you do fall ill. Here are a few tips to help build a strong constitution.

  1. Eat a well-balanced diet: Missing out on important nutrients may not have immediate effects, but in the long run, will cause deficiencies and harm your constitution. Not following a healthy diet is also one of the most common reasons for reduced immunity. In a day you must eat 2-3 servings of fresh fruits and vegetables and at least one serving of carbs and proteins.
  2. Drink plenty of water: It isn’t enough to give your body all the nutrients it requires, you must also drink plenty of water so that your body can absorb these nutrients. Water plays an important role in every process of the body from the digestive system to the circulatory system. Water also helps eliminate wastes and toxins from your body.
  3. Avoid processed foods: Processed foods have very little nutritional value but have a high fat content. Jams, packaged juices, breads, cakes etc. are packed with additional sugar that lead to weight gain and other problems associated with it. Instead, snack on fruits and nuts and drink freshly squeezed juice.
  4. Exercise daily: Exercise not only helps you regulate your weight, it also helps tone and strengthen muscles. Exercise also makes a person more flexible and boosts the immune system. Ideally, exercise outdoors early in the morning for half an hour a day but if that isn’t possible, break up your workout into smaller sections. Simple ways of incorporating exercise in your daily life are to use the stairs instead of the elevator or walk short distances.
  5. Meditate: Your mental health is as important as your physical health. Stress has a huge impact on your health and daily meditation is an easy way to deal with everyday stresses. Set aside time at the beginning of each day to quietly meditate and ready your mind for the day’s tasks.
  6. Get adequate sleep: Your body uses the time you are asleep to rebuild muscles and repair tissues. A person should ideally have an uninterrupted sleep of 8 hours a day. Sleep deficiency can lower your immunity, cause irritability and mood swings etc. To ensure you get a good night’s sleep, create and follow a sleep routine of going to bed and waking up the same time every day. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a dietitian-nutritionist.
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My age is 35 and planning to get married by thus year. What things I need to take care so that I do not have any problem in my pregnancy. I know I am very late but it can be possible to have healthy pregnancy now also?

MBBS
General Physician, Hisar
My age is 35 and planning to get married by thus year. What things I need to take care so that I do not have any prob...
Hi lybrate-user With advancement in medical technologies, and high level of awareness amongst women, age is no longer the biggest concern as long as expectant mothers carefully plan their pregnancies with utmost prenatal care.  1 Consistent prenatal care Whenever you get pregnant have regular check-ups. A proper prenatal care will include screenings, tests, counseling and thorough knowledge about the different symptoms and risks. These tests would include checking your blood pressure, blood sugar and urine samples for the amount of protein and sugar to detect any ailments. Be regular with prenatal tests: With advancing age, the risk of pregnancy complications can increase, including the chances of having an ectopic pregnancy. The prenatal tests suggested by your doctor are vital in keeping track of any health-related troubles like birth defects concerning the baby. These will help you in getting any such problems treated without any delay. More invasive tests like Amniocentesis can detect chromosomal birth defects up to 90% accuracy. Take prenatal vitamins: Whether you are trying to conceive, or have already tested positive, you must take prenatal vitamins as advised by your doctor. Usually doctors advise supplement consisting of minimum 400 mcg folic acid daily. The amount of folic acid requirement can vary from woman to woman. It is best to start prenatal vitamins at least 3 months prior to trying for conception. These vitamins will help in lowering the risk of any brain or spinal cord related defect in the baby. It is even more vital for older women as their babies are more susceptible to these diseases. Ensure a healthy diet: Eat a well-balanced diet comprising of fresh fruits, green leafy vegetables, whole grains, low-fat milk products, cereals etc. In addition, include calcium-rich products in your diet for stronger bones and teeth. Since folic acid is vital for the healthy growth of the baby in your womb, you can add some citrus fruits and dried beans in your meals. Quit smoking & cut down your alcohol consumption: Apart from following a nourishing diet, you need to stay away from alcohol and cigarettes. Smoking and drinking alcohol during your pregnancy can lead to birth defects in your child. Smoking can lead to low birth weight in newborn babies, and increase the chances of preeclampsia. Exercise frequently: Be regular with some kind of exercise routine. Mild exercises like yoga, walking and stretch-outs can help you to stay fit, stress-free, active and healthy during your entire term of pregnancy. Consult your doctor before starting with your workout schedule as some women are recommended to avoid certain exercises due to some health conditions. Maintaining ideal weight: It is important to gain an ideal amount of weight during your pregnancy as it helps to reduce the risk of preterm delivery, and slow growth of your baby. There is also less risk of developing pregnancy-related ailments like high blood pressure and gestational diabetes. If you normally have a healthy BMI, you would gain 11-15 kg during your term of nine months. On the other hand, if you were overweight before conceiving, you should aim to gain around 7-12 Kg.
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Periods nhi hue h 3 month se jiski wajah se pain h kafi apka and mila tha pregnancy test karane k liye but she is unmarried.

DHMS (Hons.)
Homeopath, Patna
Periods nhi hue h 3 month se jiski wajah se pain h kafi apka and mila tha pregnancy test karane k liye but she is unm...
Hello, a home pregnancy test kit is available in the market, you may collect that kit to help her. Tk care.
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Hello Doctor's Please help I had sex with my girlfriend during her period's I used condom for safety. Bt the blood leak and after the blood is in my whole stomach and thighs legs. Is am I infected with std. Sexual transmitted disease. please help what should I do. Am I infected with std. Bcoz I use condom bt still the blood lekin in my whole stomach and legs. Am I infected.

MBBS
General Physician, Patna
Do not worry. It usually does not cause not any harm. But to be on a safer side and clear your doubts you can go for tests for std which includes hiv1 hiv 2 hbsag hcv vdrl test.
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My wife is pregnant on 02-05-15 but now she has teethache, dentist suggest root canal thats safe or not. please help me.

DGO, MD, MRCOG, CCST, Accredation in Colposcopy
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
My wife is pregnant on 02-05-15  but now she has teethache, dentist suggest root canal thats safe or not. please help...
I would advice analgesia like calpol and antibiotics to control the infection first. If it settles down and you don't have a recurring problem you can defer the root canal treatment till you have delivered.
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